The Sacramento Kings pulled off a stunning 127-126 win against the Denver Nuggets this Wednesday, clinching the NBA’s Western Conference command by the New Orleans Pelicans.
That day DeMar DeRozan sealed a double-double of 42 points and 10 rebounds as he frustrated Greek Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 45 points and 22 rebounds to lead the Chicago Bulls to victory against the Milwaukee Bucks, while the Brooklyn Nets continued to surge and Recorded the tenth victory.
Kings 127 – Nuggets 126
The Kings played an unforgettable final quarter to overcome the Nuggets, with great contributions from Malik Monk off the bench, adding 33 points for the Californian cause.
The Kings avenged their home loss to the Nuggets on Tuesday, coming from behind by 19 points in the third quarter against Denver to win 127-126., with Jordi Fernandez as coach, replacing head coach Mike Brown. The Spaniard directed his third game in the NBA and won two with one stroke.
Domantas Sabonis, who was playing with a sore thumb, contributed a double-double of 31 points and 10 rebounds, while Malik Monk contributed 33 points. Also for the Kings, D’Auron Fox contributed 31 points and 13 assists.
The Nuggets fell despite Nikola Jokic’s 40 points and were caught by the Pelicans in command of the West.
Bulls 119 – Bucks 113
The Bulls turned the game around to earn their second win of the season against the Bucks, fueled by a stellar performance from DeMar DeRozan, who scored 42 points and collected 10 rebounds.
DeMar DeRozan had 42 points and 10 rebounds and foiled Antetokounmpo’s 45-point, 22-rebound double-double to give Chicago the win in overtime.
The Bucks, who couldn’t count on Khris Middleton or Junior Holiday, lost their fourth straight game, while the Bulls moved into 11th (15-22) after winning four of their last five games.
Pelicans 119 – Timberwolves 118
Williamson had 13 straight points in a clutch and was the main reason for a 119–118 win over Minnesota. He finished his huge game with a record in points (43), including 5 assists and 3 rebounds.
Zion Williamson scored 14 of his 43 points in the fourth quarter as the Pelicans defeated the Wolves, with Anthony Edwards and D’Angelo Russell each scoring 27 points.
The Pelicans tied for top spot in the West with the Nuggets, while the Wolves suffered their fourth straight loss and fell out of the playoff spots.
Warriors 112 – Jazz 107
Golden State celebrated 112–107 with Poole (26) and DiVincenzo (19) leading the scorers. Markkanen was 29 at Utah.
Without Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson or Andrew Wiggins, the Warriors overcame 29 points and 16 rebounds from Finn Lauri Markkanen, rallied from ten points behind in the third quarter and scored 26 points from Jordan Poole to win 111–107. .
The Warriors improved their record at home to 15–2, best in the NBA, and ranked tenth (18–18) in the West.
Leandro Bolmaro of Argentina did not see action for the Jazz.
Heat 112 – Lakers 98
Miami defeated LA at home, 112–98. Butler had 27 points and Adebayo had 23 points and 14 rebounds. LeBron King contributed 27.
with an aggressive defense, miami The Heat disarmed the Los Angeles Lakers in LeBron’s return to the city where he won his first NBA title. James ranked tenth in the ranking of players with the most appearances in the world’s best basketball league with 1,393, and scored 27 points with 9 rebounds and 6 assists.
For the Heat, Jimmy Butler tallied 27 points, while Bam Adebayo had a double-double of 23 points and 14 rebounds.
Hawks 107 – Nats 108
Under the command of Irving (28 points and 8 assists) and Durant (26 points, 16 rebounds and 8 assists), the Nets won 108–107 and earned their tenth consecutive win to cement themselves in the Eastern Conference.
The Nets won their tenth consecutive win, led by Kyrie Irving with 28 points, 5 rebounds and 8 assists, and Kevin Durant signed a double-double of 26 points and 16 rebounds.
Jacques Vaughan’s team is third in the East with a 23-12 record, while the Hawks, who could not rely on Trae Young, suffered a second straight loss despite Murray’s 24 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists from DeJounte. .
Wizards 127 – Suns 102
The Wizards came out strong at home to overcome the Suns, with a stellar performance from Rui Hachimura, who contributed 30 points and 5 rebounds off the bench.
The day after it was revealed that Devin Booker would be out for at least four weeks due to hamstring problems, the Suns lost at Washington despite DeAndre Ayton’s 31 points.
The Wizards were propelled by a trio formed by Rui Hachimura (28 points), Kristaps Porzingis (24 points) and Kyle Kuzma (22 points).
Pistons 121 – Magic 101
Detroit beat Orlando 121–101 and won after six straight losses. Burke (32) and Bay (28) were the top scorers. Franz Wagner contributed 19 in the rivals.
From the Palace, to Little Caesars Arena, scene of the epic battle between the Pistons and Ron Artest’s Indiana Pacers in 2004. The Pistons-Magic were marked by a tough battle that ended with the expulsion of three players: Franz Wagner, from the visitors, and Kilian Hayes and Hamadou Diallo, both from the Pistons, and local coach Dwayne Casey.
In a scramble for the splitting ball, Wagner pushed Hayes into the Pistons’ bench. Hayes reacted and struck Wagner over the head as virtually all of the Magic’s subs rushed to the scene.
During the fight, Alec Burke was the top scorer in the Pistons’ victory with 32 points.