Missed returns for Mitchell and Curry give the Clippers the edge over the Mavs

  • Game of the night: Utah-Cleveland

For a refund Donovan Mitchell We had some great stuff on the Utah side. At first, the reception from the Salt Lake City community gave their former star a standing ovation while the player wondered if he would be whistled. We present those pictures:

Finally, let’s move on to the very interesting and spectacular match! Almost done (Jarrett Allen will start but will go early because he’s sick), the best starter tonight is the Cavs. Led by Donovan Mitchell’s 12 points in the first quarter, Cleveland took the lead and dominated the opposing top five. But the rotations are different and very quick, with Utah especially turning the score upside down Rudy Gay. Mike Conley after his rest, he brought a lot from the Utah side, as always, to control his team’s game perfectly. Nevertheless, Donovan Mitchell’s return to the court and his new hot shooting (13 points in the second quarter) allow the Cavs to change the score and rebalance everything for the break (55-55). Returning from the locker room, Mitchell calms down a bit and uses Utah on offense. They hit 7 consecutive baskets, including a 3 Jordan Clarkson and went on a 13-2 run that allowed the Jazz to take an early lead. But little by little, Cleveland in turn would manage to re-melt that lead, going on a huge 11-0 start to scare all of Utah, who missed 13 of 14 shots, and take the lead. Cleveland leads by 5 points thanks to Mitchell’s 17 points in the final quarter and looks to be cruising to victory, but that’s before Clarkson goes on another 13-0 run! Cleveland will not resist and bow in the final minutes, 116-114! Despite the loss, Donovan Mitchell finished with 46 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists in a very successful individual comeback. Instead, Clarkson was decisive with 31 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. Markkanen, still going strong with 25 points and 16 rebounds. Cue Conley’s 13 points, Nikhil Alexander Walker and M.Beasley and 21 Wreath.

As usual, Luka Doncic He exploded against the Clippers, this time with 43 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists, but this time the victory did not end, and even more, Dallas did not have a chance throughout the game. Luke still scored 20 points in the final quarter hoping to build on that streak and win, but the Clippers were able to fight back when they were down by 23 points. In the end, thanks to 27 points, they won 113-101 Norman Powell but especially for a very good match Kawhi Leonard 33 points on 9/12 shooting, 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals.

A big surprise on the side of San Francisco or Golden State, with a comeback Stephen Curry, Güneş C team lost 125-113! without Booker it always hurts without him Chris Paul and without DeAndre AytonPhoenix could count Mikal bridges (26 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 blocks), Duane Washington Jr. (21 points, 5 subs) and Damion Lee (22 points, 7 rebounds 4 assists and 14/14 shooting) to make the difference! After a balanced first quarter, the Suns led by as many as 27 points! Frustrated defeat despite receiving 29 points in front Clay ThompsonStephen Curry’s 24 and 27 Jordan Poole.

We start on the Philadelphia side, where there was no matchup as Philly destroyed the Pistons. 147-116. Embiid 36 points and 11 rebounds in 23 minutes, Harden Made 16-12-15 in 26 minutes and overall it was Philly who had fun!

A last minute win for the Miami Heat, completely limited to 7 players!!! (Edmon quickly fired). Nevertheless, 26 points Shai Gilgeous Alexander and triple double Josh Giddey (18-15-10), Miami fought until the end, got a scare, but won a game in which it dominated. Max Struss shows 22 points, Jimmy Butler 35 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 blocks, 4 steals, Oladipo 19 points and above all, Miami captured the NBA record with perfect 40/40 shooting!

Raptors win over Charlotte in the final minutes, 132-120. Toronto didn’t make it easy, but won 28-8-7 Siakam22 points Anunobi and 24 points Gary Trent Jr. Conversely, Charlotte fought back especially well with 33 points terry rozier242 points and 14 assists LaMelo ball and 21 points Plumlee.

We end with Orlando winning and sinking the Blazers a little more: 109-106. The Magic controlled the entire game and had a scare at the end, but eventually won by 29 points Franz Wagner20 points and 9 rebounds Wendell Carter and 19-9 Banchero. On the contrary, 22-10 nurkic and 30 points Lillard not enough.

DETROIT 116 PHILADELPHIA 147

OKLAHOMA CITY 111 MIAMI 112

CHARLOTTE 120 TORONTO 132

CLEVELAND 114 UTAH 116

PHOENIX 125 GS 113

ORLANDO 109 PORTLAND 106

DALLAS 101 THE 113

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