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Okc collapses to -73 in Memphis, worst knockout ever. Well Phoenix

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TORINO – Memphis’ success against Oklahoma City (152-79) is destined to make NBA history. The final minus 73 remedied by the Thunder in fact represents the greatest difference in a game in the history of the League. Among the Grizzlies, lacking their star Morant, the top scorer is Jackson with 27 points. In the other races held in the night Phoenix also overtakes Detroit (114-103) and gets the 18th success in a row. For the Suns double double for Paul, 12 points and 12 rebounds, and Ayton, 17 points and 12 rebounds, excellent also the contribution of Johnson (19 coming off the bench) and Bridges, 18 points. Chicago moves to Madison Square Garden against New York dragged by DeRozan’s 34 points and LaVine and Vucevic’s 27 points each. Randle’s 30 points and 12 rebounds are not enough in New York. Game also fought between Toronto and Milwaukee, with the reigning champions falling 97-93 also because they lack their leader Antetokounmpo. Holiday scores 26 points, Middledon adds 22, but on the other side the Canadians find a 29-point VanVleet and a 20-point Siakam. Barnes also did well with 13 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. Finally, the Spurs overwhelm Portland 114-83. Without Lillard the Trail Blazers give up with McCollum and Powell not going beyond 16 points each. San Antonio enjoys Murray’s usual super performance with 15 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists.

(LaPresse)

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