The Lakers gave up 130 points on the Jazz, what else

The hallowed NBA night in retro, with twelve games no less than a practice, has a lot to say it’s going to be tough at noon. Before that ? We’re not bad, so here’s a big recap of the night for you, yes you, you slept.

Tonight’s results (with little home stats going well)

What to remember

  • The Cavs were without Donovan Mitchell and Darius Garland in Detroit, but Evan Mobley had eight blocks, Jarrett Allen and Kevin Love walked and the Pistons pulled away. The Cavs win and 7-1 record is a joke in Ohio.
  • Without Jimmy Butler, the Heat bowed out to the still-attractive Pacers. Small apartment, Chris Duarte had to leave a grudge and hastily friends.
  • The Warriors rested 35 of the city’s best players, and inevitably the Pelicans took advantage of the opportunity to get a fairly easy win.
  • Brandon Ingram was also making a comeback, and he couldn’t get any bigger.
  • Evan Fournier came off the bench for the first time since joining the Knicks. We don’t know if Quentin Grimes’ tenure had anything to do with it (no), but either way New York went on to shock the Sixers at home to plant them in the standings.
  • In Washington, Kevin Durant learned that it’s always a pleasure and Daniel Gafford learned the hard way. An easy win for the Nets, the worst home loss of all time for the Wizards, and an interior that has been searching for its soul since that night.
  • The Lakers seemed focused, Anthony Davis dominated the debates and Russell Westbrook turned 6MOY, but the Angelinos’ defense was watered down once again and the Jazz won again.
  • DeMar DeRozan held the Celtics to 46, but Jayson Tatum and Malcolm Brogdon responded to give Boston the win.
  • Paul George has led Spurs quietly despite Devin Vassell’s return to excellent form.
  • The Grizzlies blew the Hornets, we didn’t watch the game and we don’t blame ourselves at all.
  • Luka Doncic fouled out for the eighth time in eight games and the Mavs beat the Raptors.
  • In this match, the head referee Tony Brothers would use abusive language towards Spencer Dinwiddie, the player confirmed it anyway.
  • The Bucks won their eighth game in a row and are still undefeated. In this game? Rudy Gobert hit a 3-pointer, we’ll let you guess the outcome of the move.
  • Jerami Grant gave the Blazers a win over the Suns with a game-winner and at least five touchdowns. My NBA, heart with fingers.

TTFL top pick: DeMar DeRozan

Top 10: there

Some memories from the night


Western rating November 5, 2022

Next night’s games:

  • 10:00 p.m.: Magic – Kings
  • 0h: Hornets – Nets
  • 12:30: Falcons – Pelicans
  • 12:30 p.m.: Knicks-Celtics
  • 1:00: Bucks-Thunder
  • 01:00: Wolves-Rockets
  • 2:00: Nuggets – Spurs
  • 3:00: Suns – Blazers

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