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NBA results: the best Chicago from Jordan. Denver flop, high Clippers

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DeRozan decisive with Toronto, Valanciunas unlocks Pelicans, Miami wins the Florida derby

Chicago continues to win (4-0, best start to the season since 1996) and also passes to Toronto, Miami beats the Magic in the Florida derby while the Clippers dominate Portland.

The Heat wiped out the Magic stamina with a score of 12-2 in the last quarter and won the Florida Derby. Jimmy Butler injures Magic’s defense in the painted area and eventually scores 36 points. 13 points and nine assists on the bench for a Tyler Herro who started the season well.

You love Me: Butler 36 (15/21, 6/6 tl), Adebayo, Morris 16. Rimbalzi, Adebayo 13. Assist: Herro 9.

Orlando: Wagner 15 (4/16, 2/7, 1/2 tl), Suggs 15 (1/4, 4/8, 1/2 tl), Hampton, Anthony 12. Rimbalzi: Carter Jr. 9. Assist: Anthony 5 .

They still have to face big teams but the Bulls continue to send some very encouraging signals to their fans by achieving another success in Toronto and thus maintaining their seasonal invincibility. Making a difference in Canada is still a very missed ex like DeRozan. The former Raptors and Spurs have in fact signed 11 of his 26 points in the final stage, making a fundamental contribution to the attack of the Bulls. 17 assists, however, for VanVleet, his career record.

Toronto:Anunoby 22 (4/9, 4/8, 2/2 tl), Trent Jr. 18, VanVleet 15. Rimbalzi: Achiuwa 11. Assist: VanVleet 17.

Chicago:DeRozan 26 (5/15, 2/4, 10/10 tl), LaVine 22, Vucevic 17. Rimbalzi: Vucevic 8. Assist: LaVine, Ball 5.

Minnesota-New Orleans 98-107

While waiting for Sion, the Pelicans take their first success of the season by going to win in Minneapolis. Valanciunas makes a big voice under the basket (22 points and 23 rebounds), Ingram and Graham find the retina with continuity and Nola puts under the Timberwolves betrayed by a disappointing D’Angelo Russell: 3/14 from the field.

Minnesota:Towns 32 (6/14, 4/10, 8/8 tl), Edwards 28, Beverley 13. Rimbalzi: Towns 14. Assist: Towns 7.

New Orleans:Ingram 27 (7/14, 4/7, 1/1 tsp), Valanciunas 22, Graham 21. Rimbalzi: Valanciunas 23. Assist: Graham 7.

The intriguing Cavaliers are racing to be one of the surprises of the season and with personality they bring the Nuggets to Colorado. Cleveland defends with order and energy, forcing Denver to a measly 23% long distance and strength up to 21 turnovers. In attack Kevin Love returns incisively and signs 22 points in 21 ‘on the field, Jarrett Allen’s performance is also very solid: 21 points and 16 rebounds.

Denver:Jokic 24 (8/11, 1/4, 5/6 tl), Gordon, Barton 12. Rimbalzi: Jokic 19. Assist: Morris 6.

Cleveland: Love 22 (7/9, 1/4, 5/5 tsp), Allen 21, Markkanen 12. Rimbalzi: Allen 16. Assist: Rubio 8.

LA Clippers-Portland 116-86

First success of the season for the Clippers who dominate the disappointing Blazers. LA starts with his foot on the accelerator and immediately sets the record straight, escaping the +18 already at the beginning of the second quarter. The rest is also all downhill because Portland confuses in attack and argues with the basket. Paul George made his mark especially in defense and ended up with eight points (his career record) on the scoresheet.

LA mowers:Kennard 23 (2/3, 6/7, 1/1 tl), Jackson 18, George 16. Rimbalzi: Zubac 8. Assist: Bledsoe 7.

Portland: McCollum 20 (3/5, 4/11, 2/2 tl), Simons, Lillard 12. Rimbalzi: Nurkic 10. Assist: McCollum 4.

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