Saturday, February 4, 2023

Doncic takes New York, the Warriors take flight and the Bucks recover

Los Angeles (USA), 3 December. With a stellar third quarter, Luka Doncic’s Dallas Mavericks beat the New York Knicks at home this Saturday, with the Golden State Warriors confirming their improvement and the Milwaukee Bucks 24 hours after losing at home against the Los Angeles Lakers He got well.

Nick 100 – Mavericks 121

The Dallas Mavericks needed an unassailable 15-41 run in the third quarter after the break to take Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks, who have lost six of their last eight games.

Luka Doncic (30 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (28 points on 8-of-13 3-pointers) led the Mavericks to a desperately needed win, while Julius Randle (24 points) New Yorkers led.

Warriors 120 – Rockets 101

With their fifth win in the last six games, the Golden State Warriors have found their way and this Saturday they easily defeated the Houston Rockets, who are in last place in the Western Conference.

Andrew Wiggins (36 points with 8 of 10 on triples) dazzled some formidable Warriors from the perimeter (25 of 52) against some Rockets who crashed on outside shots (3 of 28).

Kevin Porter Jr. (20 points) was the top scorer for some Rockets as Spaniard Usman Garuba added 4 points, 10 rebounds and a block in 17 minutes.

Hornets 96 – Bucks 105

After suffering one of the craziest games so far this season on Friday against the Los Angeles Lakers, the Milwaukee Bucks got back to winning ways by defeating the Charlotte Hornets at home.

Without Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Junior Holiday (all on rest), the Bucks handed over Bobby Portis (20 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists), while the Hornets turned to Terry Rozier (26 points).

Clippers 96 – Kings 123

The Sacramento Kings got off the roller coaster in their trip to the Los Angeles Clippers and signed off on an impressive upset in a game they were already winning by 28 points in the second quarter.

Domantas Sabonis (24 points on 10 of 11) led the way for the Kings against some very unsuccessful Clippers (35.5% shooting from the field), who continue to miss the injured Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, and this time they’re Brandon He was the best man in Boston Jr. (18 points).

Jazz 111 – Blazers 116

With 45 points from a stellar Anfernie Simmons (he already had 33 at halftime) and another 33 from Jeremy Grant, the Portland Trail Blazers came back from three straight losses to edge out the Utah Jazz in a very close game. Gave.

All five members of Utah’s starting five had at least 15 points, with Jordan Clarkson (24 points) leading the way.

Timberwolves 128 – Thunder 135

A 27–38 run in the final quarter gave the Oklahoma City Thunder a crucial away win against the Minnesota Timberwolves in which Rudy Gobert was ejected in the second period for tripping Kenrich Williams.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (33 points and 6 assists) and D’Angelo Russell (27 points and 6 assists) were best for the Thunder and Wolves, respectively.

Raptors 121 – Magic 108

The eighth straight loss for the Orlando Magic came on Canadian soil against the Toronto Raptors, led by OG Anunobi (32 points) and Spanish Juancho Hernangomez, who played five minutes and contributed one point.

Bol Bol and Terrence Ross had 18 points each for Bottom East.

– Ranking

, eastern conference

.1. Boston Celtics 18-5

.2. Milwaukee Bucks 16-6

.3. Cleveland Cavaliers 15-8

.4. Atlanta Hawks 13-10

.5. Indiana Pacers 12-10

.6. Brooklyn Nets 13-11

.7. Philadelphia 76ers 12-11

.8. Toronto Raptors 12-11

.9. Miami Heat 11-12

10. Washington Wizards 11-12

11. New York Knicks 10-13

12. Chicago Bulls 9-13

13. Charlotte Hornets 7-16

14. Detroit Pistons 6-18

15. Orlando Magic 5-19

western conference

.1. Phoenix Suns 15-7

.2. Denver Nuggets 14-8

.3. New Orleans Pelicans 14-8

.4. Memphis Grizzlies 13-9

.5. Sacramento Kings 12-9

.6. Golden State Warriors 13-11

.7. Los Angeles Clippers 13-11

.8. Utah Jazz 14-12

.9. Portland Trail Blazers 12-11

10. Dallas Mavericks 11-11

11. Minnesota Timberwolves 11-12

12. Oklahoma City Thunder 10-13

13. Los Angeles Lakers 9-12

14. Houston Rockets 6-17

15. San Antonio Spurs 6-17

The next day (Sunday, December 4)

New Orleans Pelicans – Denver Nuggets

San Antonio Spurs – Phoenix Suns

Brooklyn Nets – Boston Celtics

Detroit Pistons – Memphis Grizzlies

New York Knicks – Cleveland Cavaliers

Washington Wizards – Los Angeles Lakers

Sacramento Kings – Chicago Bulls

Portland Trail Blazers – Indiana Pacers.

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