The results of the night in the NBA
mavs@ Magical : 87-94
Blazers @ Hornets: 105-95
nuggets @ Pacers: 122-119
Jazz @ Falcons: 125-119
pistons @ The Celtics : 112-128
Knicks @ net : 85-112
@Rockets Raptors : 109-116
pelicans @Bulls: 115-111
Suns @ Wolves: 129-117
dollars @ Thunder: 136-132, after two overtimes
The Grizzlies @ Spurs: 124-122, after overtime
lakers@ Clippers : 101-114
Cavs @ Kings : 120-127
– “Nets” celebrated the appointment of Jacques Vaughn as head coach with a victory over “Knicks”. The atmosphere in Brooklyn was once good and Kevin Durant He reminded Knicks fans that as much as they liked to poke fun at his choice to join “the other team in New York,” they were so strong that they would trade mom and dad to have him on the team today. “KD” scored a triple-double with 29 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists.
There was no game, and Durant used this soft derby to become the first player since Michael Jordan to score at least 25 points in his team’s first 12 games of an NBA season. Note that Brooklyn won 3-1 after Kyrie Irving was suspended.
Evan Fournier (6 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 block) now comes off the bench as usual.
Without Ime Udoka in Brooklyn, Jacques Von Nets has been promoted to the bench
Jazz continues the show, Wolves are ridiculous
– The Jazz continue to be incredible, and we’ll have to accept that the franchise has done anything but tank. Lauri Markkanen, aka “The Legend of Laurie.” The Finn had 32 points (his best this season) and 8 rebounds in a game in which Will Hardy’s men led by 15 points before turning off the power in the 4th quarter.
“Atlanta”, the team that suffered the least from the foreign address of the opponent, did not resist the Jazz team (43.6%). Jordan Clarkson He’s the fifth straight game with at least 20 points in the campaign en route to being the best 6th man.
Utah leads the West with twice as many wins and more than half as many losses as the Wolves…
– Wolves, exactly… In addition to the illogical defeat to “Phoenix” at home, Chris Finch’s players offered themselves the most ridiculous, unimaginable moment of the beginning of the season. See only 4 Minnesota players on the court in this drive that ended with a 3-pointer from the Suns? This is normal. D’Angelo Russell he forgot to come. We don’t know if he was just not concentrating or he was busy warning one of his teammates about cheating on his girlfriend, but his mind and body were not on the ground.
So there it is. D’Angelo Russell forgets to go down the field, the Wolves defend on 4-on-5 and hits an open three. JR Smith would be proud. pic.twitter.com/s6rYUdn0P3
— REVERSE (@REVERSEMAGAZINE) November 10, 2022
Without Chris Paul, the Suns were leaning Devin Booker (32 points) and Mikal bridges (31 points, 9 rebounds, 5 wts, 4 stls), the author of a brilliant start to the season in the NBA.
Devin Booker and Mikal Bridges each dropped 30+ PTS to power @Suns to victory! #BizVadiyik@DevinBook: 32 PTS, 4 REB, 10 AST, 2 STL, 5 3PM@mikal_bridges 31 PTS, 9 REB, 5 AST, 4 STL pic.twitter.com/W7E0jKDD5Y
— NBA (@NBA) November 10, 2022
Rudy Gobert He is back after a week in the Covid protocol. The Blues center scored 25 points, 11 rebounds and 3 blocks, but couldn’t prevent his team’s defensive collapse (129 points).
Bucks are amazing
– The best teams know how to win without their stars. That’s why we know them. It’s not clear how Milwaukee got out of it, but the Bucks won in OKC after two overtimes without Giannis Antetokounmpo or Jrue Holiday. Actually, yes, we know how Mike Budenholzer’s group did it: Jevon Carter dropped the game of his life (36 points, 12 points) and Milwaukee had some success.
— NBA (@NBA) November 10, 2022
When Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (39 points) at the end of the first overtime with 0.6 seconds left, the carrot seemed cooked. Also, Lou Dort was going to foul Brooke Lopez by 0.2. The Bucks were able to survive and dominate the second overtime.
SHAI GILGEOUS-ISKANDER DOES IT AGAIN!!https://t.co/pU9Em4dJRC pic.twitter.com/ddmBqKm9ZE
—Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) November 10, 2022
Here they are at 10-1 with Giannis not even getting physical on the ropes and still unable to recover Khris Middleton.
Lakers lost again in the derby
– The worst teams do not get out of crisis, whether they get one of the best players of all time or not. After the away game LeBron James The Lakers couldn’t avoid another loss, their 9th in 11 games. To add to the frustration, it came during the Los Angeles derby against the Clippers.
LeBron (30 points) can work hard and put up crazy stats for a guy who is turning 38 soon, but that’s not enough. The king even came off the bench helplessly at the end of the match after experiencing new pain in his left leg. Anthony Davis (21 pts, 9 rbds) grits his teeth every step of the way on the floor and the rest of the supporting cast struggles, here Paul George (29 points) and his companions are gradually gaining confidence.
testing is ongoing Kendrick NunnThe 5th game with 0 points this season, with the worst differential of the game (-16). The Lakers are one of only two teams with 2 wins and the outlook is bleak.
– Spurs are playing hard, but they are definitely in line. Their 5th straight loss comes at home against Memphis and in overtime. The Grizzlies spent a lot of time getting rid of San Antonio, and it took sacrifice. Desmond Bane and Ja Morant (32 points) to get out of the trap.
In addition to being able to move people 2 meters like a cone, Stephen Adams this season is a great rebound. He had another 19 tackles last night to match his good start to the year.
– We did not think that the first team would limit it Luka Doncic (24 points) will be under 30 points and Dallas will be Orlando under 90 points. Without Paolo Banchero, the Magic surprised the Mavs by employing a rebound war (49-29) and relying on their efficiency. Franz Wagner (22 points). Dallas is undefeated in five games.
– All evening I was worried about defects, Nikola Jokic Kept his composure enough to throw a touchdown in the 4th quarter against Indiana. The reigning two-time MVP scored 24 points in 21 minutes to help Denver rally from an 18-point second half deficit and win in the finish.
– They probably didn’t plan it, but the Hornets are already going ashore. Charlotte suffered its 6th consecutive loss at Portland. The Blazers didn’t need a game-winner at the buzzer this time. Just a little seriousness and efficiency. After a poor start, Damian Lillard (26 points) and his family took over and erased a 12-point deficit in the 3rd quarter.
teenager Shaedon Sharpe showed good things off the bench with 17 points.
– Boston has become a team that cares a little less about defense and more about getting hurt on offense. The Celtics still outscored the Pistons last night by 128 points for their fourth straight win. The gun-toting JayJays scored 61 points, aided by X-factor/sniper Sam Hauser, who again broke the NBA scoring record (24).
Here’s the good French-French news of the day Killian Hayes Scored 16 points on 7/12 off the bench with 2 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 steal in 22 minutes.
– Don’t worry about the Raptors on the road Pascal Siakam. Fred VanVleet he takes care of everything. The All-Star scored 32 points (12 in the 4th quarter) to lead Toronto to a win over Houston. received help fromOG Anunoby (27 points, 10 rebounds), in a decidedly sharp offense early in the season.
Double doubles Jabari Smith Jr. (15 points, 10 rebounds) and Kevin Porter Jr. (12 points, 11 points) didn’t stop the Rockets from losing for the 8th time in 9 games and cementing their status as the NBA’s worst team right now.
– The Pelicans are positively ironed with a win in Chicago. Brandon Ingram (22 points) was decisive and composed in the 4th quarter, especially on the 3-pointer that gave NOLA the lead at the time. DeMar DeRozan’s turnover with 17 seconds left sealed the game for the Bulls, but they didn’t have to deal with the opponent’s outside address (3/19).
– No arbitration scandal tonight against the Kings. Mike Brown will be able to avoid the penalty and celebrate his home team’s great win over Cleveland. Sacramento succumbed to the cardboard Donovan Mitchell (38 points in 16/28) by dividing tasks well among 7 players who score between 14 and 21 points.