History is being rewritten at the FedExForum in Memphis. The Grizzlies (12-10), even without star Ja Morant, disintegrate the non-existent Oklahoma City Thunder (6-16) 152-79. A +73 that is worth the record with the highest margin in the history of the NBA, even surpassed the 148-80 with which the Cleveland Cavaliers had spread the Miami Heat on December 17, 1991. Nine players in double figures among the hosts with Jackson Jr in front of everyone with 27 points. The Grizzlies shoot an impressive 62.5% from the field and 52.8% from long range.
Nba: Antetokounmpo flies Milwaukee, ransom for Dallas and Atlanta
Phoenix makes 18 and franchise records
After taking the top of the Western Conference in the big match against Golden State (this night is repeated), the Phoenix Suns (19-3) write a new franchise record: Detroit (4-18) beaten 114-103 and 18 consecutive victories . Chris Paul and his teammates, however, risk ruining the party in the third quarter when, after dominating the match throughout the first half, they suffer a 17-0 run that rekindles the Pistons’ hopes. In the last quarter Phoenix returns to Phoenix and there is no more history for Detroit.
Chicago sbanca New York, Milwaukee ko a Toronto
In the East the Chicago Bulls (15-8) momentarily return to second place in the East thanks to the away victory against the New York Knicks (11-11). After having been over by about twenty points, they let themselves be reassembled by the hosts, only to then put the arrow back and bring home the success: 34 points for DeRozan (decisive in the last minute with a score at 111-111) and 27 to head for LaVine and Vucevic, Randle’s 30 vain on the other side. Falls in Toronto, however, Milwaukee. The Bucks (14-9), without Giannis Antetokounmpo (resting) and Brook Lopez (long stop for him), surrender to the Raptors (10-13) 97-93 overwhelmed by an excellent VanVleet, able to score 13 of his 29 points in the last decisive quarter. Closes the third success in a row of San Antonio (7-13) who pass without particular problems at the home of the Portland Trail Blazers (11-12), without Damian Lillard: 83-114 the final.
New York Knicks-Chicago Bulls 115-119, Toronto Raptors-Milwaukee Bucks 97-93, Memphis Grizzlies-Oklahoma City Thuder 152-79, Phoenix Suns-Detroit Pistons 114-103, Portland Trail Blazers-San Antonio Spurs 83-114.