Boston humiliated Brooklyn, Lillard and Sabonis

The results of the night in the NBA

magical @ Sixers : 94-105
Blazers @Grizzlies: 122-112
net @ The Celtics : 96-139
Lightning @ Rockets : 106-112
Warriors @ monsters : 114-119, after overtime
Kings @ Spurs : 99-109
Raptors @ Jazz : 128-131
Falcons @Suns:


Podcast #75: Are the Sixers Really Dangerous?

– “Wolves” need significant victories to gain confidence in this second part of the season. Beating the Warriors in overtime at home is about more. despite the absence Rudy GobertGroin touched, Minnesota Golden State found the dominant sources.

D’Angelo Russell did most of the work in the 4th quarter (14 of 29 points) before committing his 6th foul early in overtime and handing the keys to the truck to Anthony Edwards. Silent in the 4th quarter, AntMan scored 4 valuable points (27 total) in overtime. The Wolves had an 11-point lead at the start of Game 4, but Stephen Curry (29 points) and his teammates pulled off a three-game winning streak.

Often this season Naz Reid (24 pts, 13 rbds, 4 pds) was flawless.

– Portland needs the same observation, persuasion and climbing up the classification. Favoring the Grizzlies in Memphis was also a good idea in that regard. Seer Jeremy Grant and Yusuf Nurkic Injured in the first half, we told ourselves it was off to a bad start for the Blazers. It was incalculable Damian Lillard (42 pts, 10 wt) and a huge 4th quarter for his team (38-22) for their 4th win in 5 games. The Lady’s level of play over the past few weeks has been considerable, and there’s no question the name of the main man should Portland, who is 11th in the rankings, find themselves in the postseason.

On the Memphis side, it’s more complicated right now. Despite receiving 32 points, 12 assists and 9 rebounds Ja Morant or block party Jaren Jackson Jr. (18 points, 6 points), the Grizzlies are on a 7-game 6-game losing streak, and Denver has won at the top of the West.

– “The Celtics” committed an incredibly violent act last night. Boston blasted Brooklyn at TD Garden with no mercy. Joe Mazzulla’s men were ultra-dominant on both ends of the court, shooting 60% offensively for 139 points while limiting the Nets to under 100 points. The C’s were held up to… 49 points early and finished the frame at +43.

For the 8th time this season Jason Tatum (31 points) and Jaylen Brown (26 points) both scored at least 25 points. Nets fans, don’t watch the first quarter (46-16), under 18’s should be banned.

Domantas Sabonis deserves to start the All-Star Game this year, it’s that simple. With their best offensive performance of the season, the Kings’ interior was spectacular again tonight on San Antonio’s floor. Sacramento outplayed the Spurs in part because the Lithuanian was unable to stop offensively. His 34 points and 11 rebounds on 15/20 shooting, along with De’Aaron Fox’s 31 points and 10 assists, cemented the Californians’ third place in the West.

– The Sixers got revenge on the Magic, who were responsible for ending their 7-game winning streak earlier this week. Philadelphia didn’t go, but won the main one thanks to their 8th win in 9 matches. Joel Embiid (28 points, 11 rebounds) and James Harden (26 points, 10 points, 9 rebounds), reliable enough to avoid an unpleasant back-to-back situation, especially at the end of the match.

Despite the loss, Orlando remains the most improved team since mid-December, with a 15-12 record after a 5-20 start.

Lauri Markkanen He knows he has a good chance to be an All-Star in the next few hours, thanks to the coaches’ selection, and he’s acting like it. Finn had 28 points and 13 rebounds in a small but valuable victory over Toronto. However, the man of the match could be his teammate Mike Conley. The veteran leader was decisive, after 19 points and 8 assists, when Pascal Siakam’s 6th foul resulted in a three-pointer and two shots in the money.

Fred VanVleetOften cited as a candidate to leave before the deadline, he did everything he could to make the Raptors win. The All-Star guard recorded the second triple-double of his NBA career with 34 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.

– Having lost 18 of their previous 19 games, the Rockets are on a 5-game streak (3 wins, 2 losses). teenager Tari Eason, especially showing good things like that night in the win over Oklahoma City. Eason broke the NBA scoring record (20) and added 13 rebounds, his best performance off the bench. Eric Gordon (25 points), who should have been praying to leave just days before the deadline, managed a nice showcase to remind more ambitious franchises that he is available.

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