NBA – Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown take over Luka Doncic, Rudy Gobert and the Wolves are a hit

The match: Tatum and Brown too strong for Doncic

Jayson Tatum did not want to miss a duel with one of his peers, that is to say one of the best players in the league, Slovenian Luka Doncic, also a candidate for MVP this season. Although doubtful with ankle pain, the Celtics winger gritted his teeth and was essential in Boston’s win over Dallas on Wednesday (125-112). Tatum had his moment with Doncic. As the Mavericks superstar brought his team back in the dying minutes, the young American scored 4 straight points before blocking his direct opponent’s attempt.


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Doncic was exceptional with 42 points, 8 rebounds and 9 assists. Tatum finished with 37 points, 13 rebounds and 5 assists. Except that he was also supported by Jaylen Brown, author of 31 points and some important baskets in the fourth quarter. “It’s the best duo in the NBA“, acknowledged the Dallas magician after the game. Brown’s words summed up the match pretty well: “Luka caught fire and then our team responded.“A strong roster like Boston can win despite a masterful performance from the Slovenian. And two stars, like Tatum and Brown, are better than one.

The team: Fifth straight victory for the Timberwolves

Minnesota is taking off after a sluggish start to the season. Wolves have found the right adjustments and their quartet of major players understand better and better how to play together. As a result, the good results are linked. 5 wins in a row, already, after the success won against the Pacers last night (115-101).

The executives all contributed. 23 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists for Karl-Anthony Towns. 19 points for Anthony Edwards. 15 points and 12 assists for D’Angelo Russell. 21 points and 16 rebounds for Rudy Gobert. Offensively and defensively, this team is being born. And in addition to extending its winning streak, it also ended that of Indiana, who had not lost for five games.

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The player: DeRozan and the Bulls offer Giannis and the Bucks

After Boston, now Milwaukee. Things are better for Chicago, which has just beaten the two best teams in the league in quick succession after its victory of the night against the Bucks (118-113). The Bulls once again relied on an excellent DeMar DeRozan. He scored 36 points, as did Giannis Antetokounmpo. He added 8 assists.

The end game was worth watching. The Illinois franchise had a 10-point lead before being joined by Wisconsin. Coby White (14 points) then planted two crucial long baskets to widen the gap and Nikola Vucevic added a third on a DeRozan caviar. Milwaukee remains second in the East and Chicago wanders in eleventh place.

Performance: 39 points for double MVP Jokic

Very big performance from Nikola Jokic against the Thunder. The Serb scored 39 points but also added 10 assists and 9 rebounds. His teammate Bruce Brown did not miss the triple-double (17-13-10) and Aaron Gordon scored 30 points. The Nuggets won 131-126.

The end of the series: Trae Young stops the Kings

Winners of 7 consecutive matches, the Kings fell against the Hawks on Wednesday night (106-115). Trae Young applied himself to calm the most in-form team of the moment. The Atlanta All-Star point guard scored 35 points and handed out 7 assists. The Hawks are still in the top-4 in the East with 11 wins in 18 games.

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The French: Rudy Gobert dominating with Minnesota

The Wolves have therefore won their fifth consecutive victory and Rudy Gobert is gradually finding his bearings. The tricolor pivot posted a very massive double-double: 21 points at 9 of 11 on shots while taking 16 rebounds. It’s starting to work better and better for Minnesota.

Killian Hayes was only able to play one half before going out due to calf pain. He finished with 2 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists. The Pistons beat the Jazz. 4 points, 3 rebounds and 2 steals for Theo Maledon with the Hornets.

All scores

Hornets – Sixers : 107-101
Blazers – Cavaliers : 96-114
Pacers – Timberwolves : 101-115
Hawks – Kings : 115-106
Celtics – Mavericks : 125-112
Heat – Wizards : 113-105
Raptors – Nets : 98-112
Bucks – Bulls : 113-118
Thunder – Nuggets : 126-131
Spurs – Pistons : 110-129
Jazz – Pistons : 116-125


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