New NBA Day with 8 games played and interesting stuff. Lakers fall without LeBron James and Anthony Davis and Mavericks win with Luka Doncic’s peerless exhibition, In another sequence of things, the Sixers unexpectedly break out and fall in Philadelphia against the Magic. expansion into Minnesota, conquered cities with kings, and Brilliant play by Stephen Curry, which gives the Warriors a new win, Also, the Wizards, Suns and Blazers win. All this and much more, in today’s summary:
Philadelphia Sixers 109 – 119 Orlando Magic
The Magic, who were trailing by 21 points in the second quarter, pulled off a great comeback at home against the Sixers, coming up fast and tearing apart in the second half (47-67). Paolo Banchero (29 points and 9 rebounds) and Joel Embiid (30 points and 11 rebounds) were the standouts for the Magic and Sixers.respectively.
Brooklyn Nets 121 – 104 Los Angeles Lakers
Without LeBron James or Anthony Davis, the Lakers come to Brooklyn. Check out the Chronicle here,
Minnesota Timberwolves 111 – 118 Sacramento Kings (OT)
After losing to the Timberwolves on Saturday, The Kings got revenge on a Minnesota team in a great basketball game and led by De’Aaron Fox (32 points) in an overtime victory., Anthony Edwards (33 points and 8 rebounds) was the beacon for the Wolves.
Oklahoma City Thunder 120 – 128 Golden State Warriors
Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson lead the Warriors to another win. Check out the Chronicle here,
San Antonio Spurs 106 – 127 Washington Wizards
Seven Wizards players surpassed 10 points as the Washington team extended its impressive streak to six straight wins. Spurs Denny Avdija (25 points and 9 rebounds) was the top scorer for the WizardsWith six straight losses, Keldon Johnson led the attack (26 points).
Dallas Mavericks 111 – 105 Detroit Pistons
Luka Doncic led the Mavs to the victory with 53 points. Check out the Chronicle here,
Phoenix Suns 114-106 Toronto Raptors
Mikal Bridges (29 points and 6 assists) He led the Suns to victory against some Raptors who failed to straighten out the course. Fred VanVleet (24 points and 9 assists) He captained a Canadian team in which Spanish Juancho Hernangomez had 1 steal in 7 minutes on the track.
Portland Trail Blazers 129 – 125 Atlanta Hawks
Damian Lillard (42 points and 6 assists) was measured in a great one-on-one one-on-one with Dejaunte Murray (40 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists) in a stellar duel. which ended with a Blazers victory in Portland. Hawks star Trae Young struck out.