Nba: Golden State falls, Milwaukee remains undefeated – Basketball

(ANSA) – LOS ANGELES, OCTOBER 30 – Thanks to PJ Washington’s 31 points, Charlotte beat Golden State – reigning NBA champion – 120-113 after extra time, while Milwaukee maintained her unbeaten run by overtaking Atlanta. In Charlotte, Stephen Curry also scored 31 points and at the end of the fourth quarter he had the ball of victory. He and Jordan Poole (24 points) have scored nearly half of their team’s points. Not enough to avoid defeat.

The only team still unbeaten since the start of the regular season, Milwaukee has stuck their fifth consecutive win against Atlanta (123-115). Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jrue Holiday were the great architects, both scoring 34 points, 30 of which in the second period for the Greek, who also captured 17 rebounds. Newcomer Bennedict Mathurin scored 32 points for the Pacers, including six from 3, a career record.

Luka Doncic shone but couldn’t avoid a bad night for Dallas, beaten 117-111 after the overtime from Oklahoma City. Despite the Slovenian’s triple-double (31 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists), the Mavs squandered a 16-point lead in the final five minutes and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (38 points) ultimately led the Thunder to victory. Victory also for Sacramento, the first of the season, against Miami (119-113), thanks in particular to Kevin Huerter’s 27 points. Without Ja Morant (injured), Memphis lost by one point (124-123) in Salt Lake City to the Utah Jazz. Among other results, Philadelphia beat Chicago 114-109, with 25 points from Joel Embiid. (HANDLE).