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Warriors stop Phoenix, LA derby for Clippers

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The results of the night in the NBA

Heat @ Pacers : 113-104
Cavs @ Wizards : 116-101
Sixers @ Hawks : 98-96
Wolves @ Nets : 105-110
Magic @ Rockets : 116-118
Pelicans @ Mavs : 107-91
Celtics @ Jazz : 130-137
Suns @ Warriors : 96-118
Clippers @ Lakers : 119-115

The Suns are hot and the Knicks are bitter

Golden State takes revenge

– It’s been five weeks since the Suns had lost. Phoenix’s beautiful 18-game winning streak came to an end tonight against Golden State. After a stuck first half, the Warriors did not miss the opportunity to take their revenge, a few days after the good demonstration of their opponents.

Stephen Curry, who had lived one of his worst evenings for a long time during the first round, left with 23 points at 6/11 at 3 points to guide the effort of his family after the rest. Draymond Green was fundamental in its all-around register (9 points, 9 assists, 9 rebounds, 6 interceptions and 3 blocks) and the entire Californian collective managed to keep Phoenix under 100 points, thanks to the same poison that had overcome them Few days ago.

Just see the relentlessness of Gary Payton in front of Chris Paul to understand that the Warriors had no intention of being the Suns’ 19th casualty.

Andrew Wiggins (19 pts) gave us his best imitation of Penny Hardaway on this move.

The fight between these two teams has a good chance of continuing beyond the holiday season and we are looking forward to it.

The derby for the Clippers

– The quality of the antibodies LeBron James was not enough for the Lakers. Frank Vogel’s players bowed in the LA derby despite the presence of LeBron (23 points, 11 rebounds), initially in Covid protocol. The “King” got stolen from the spotlight by Luke Kennard, who became Luke the Cold Hand as he murdered the Lakers in the second half and in the money time.

Kennard scored 17 of his 19 points after the break, including two 3-point baskets in the dying minutes to make the difference. The Clippers have never been led and have gained the upper hand thanks to their 3-point address (45% at 16/36).

Darius Garland’s number!

– Cleveland is a great machine this season and continues to prove it. The Cavs won a fourth consecutive victory by winning in Washington. Darius Garland was simply dominant (32 points, 10 assists and 8 rebounds), in line with the great benefits he offers this season, especially since he no longer has Collin Sexton in the paws.

In addition to the young leader, the Cavs were able to count on the big game of Jarrett Allen inside (28 points, 13 rebounds) and a frankly ugly score of unrecognizable Wizards.

– Decimated and deprived of Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, the Miami Heat still managed to dispose of the Pacers. Floridians can thank Kyle Lowry to be revived with 26 points and 9 assists. The men of Spoelstra also made the difference thanks to their good outside address (16/34).

Embiid clutch vs. Atlanta

– Philadelphia felt a bit of a roller coaster ride against Atlanta. After a superb start, in particular thanks to Seth Curry (18 pts), the Sixers had huge air holes that will ultimately not be remembered thanks to Joel Embiid (28 points, 12 rebounds). The Cameroonian was clutched by giving his team the victory with a shoot 42 seconds from the end. This is the first time in the entire second half that Philly has taken the lead on the scoreboard …

KD propels the Nets

– Despite the absence of Karl-Anthony Towns, the Wolves held the shock against the Nets. Minnesota might have been able to hang in overtime if Kevin Durant (30 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists) had not returned the break shoot 11 seconds from the end.

Houston never stops!

– It’s hard to believe it, but the facts are there. The Houston Rockets claimed their fifth straight victory, sweeping away discussions about their chances of having the worst accounting season in NBA history. The Texans have this time disposed of Orlando, with Eric Gordon in the role of the clutch player. The one that we still imagine to be an interesting candidate for a trade to a contender in a few weeks, registered 24 points and the basket of the wins with 1.6 seconds from the end.

NOLA takes revenge on Dallas, Utah lights Boston at 3 pts

– 48 hours after losing 32 points against the Mavs, the Pelicans have offered themselves a nice revenge. NOLA fixed Dallas at home thanks to Brandon Ingram (24 points, 12 assists, 8 rebounds) and good defense which limited Luka Doncic to 21 points at 7/20 while forcing him to commit 7 losses.

Doncic got a blast from Jason Kidd, exasperated to see him constantly begging for whistles, after the meeting.

– Losing when you shoot at 52% in the NBA, it does not happen that often. Boston experienced this disappointment in a game much more offensive than expected against Utah. Jazz, led by Donovan Mitchell (34 points, 6 passes) et Mike Conley (29 points) responded to 3 points with (27 3-point baskets at 53%), surviving in particular the 37 points of Jayson Tatum.

Rudy Gobert pulled out a perfect with 18 points at 5/5, 12 rebounds and 2 blocks.

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