The Lakers scored 130 points against the Jazz, what else?

It’s the NBA’s hallowed night of retro, with at least twelve games still to go before practice, so that much tells you it’s going to break down big around noon. Is that new? We’re not bad, so here’s the big recap of the night, for you, yes you, you who slept.

The night’s results (with a little house statistics in order)

What to remember

  • The Cavs showed up in Detroit without Donovan Mitchell or Darius Garland, but Evan Mobley stuck in eight blocks in the scred, Jarrett Allen and Kevin Love put up pawns and the Pistons got it. Cavs win and 7-1 record, it’s a joke in Ohio.
  • Without Jimmy Butler, the Heat bowed out to the still attractive Pacers. Small flat, Chris Duarte had a boo and had to leave friends urgently.
  • The Warriors left 35 of the best players in the city to rest, and the Pelicans inevitably took advantage of the opportunity to lead to a relatively easy victory.
  • Brandon Ingram is also coming back and he hasn’t gotten any bigger.
  • Evan Fournier came off the bench for the first time since joining the Knicks. We don’t know if there’s a relationship with Quentin Grimes’ tenure (there isn’t), but in any case New York shocked the Sixers at home to seed them in the standings.
  • Kevin Durant in Washington has always been a pleasure, and Daniel Gafford learned that the hard way. Easy victory for the Nets, biggest all-time home loss for the Wizards, and an interior that has been searching for its soul since that night.
  • The Lakers seemed focused, Anthony Davis dominated the debates and Russell Westbrook went 6MOY, but the Angelinos defense ended up in the water again, and the Jazz won again.
  • DeMar DeRozan scored 46 for the Celtics but Jayson Tatum and Malcolm Brogdon responded and gave Boston the victory.
  • Paul George has managed the Spurs quietly, despite Devin Vassell’s return to excellent form.
  • The Grizzlies blew the Hornets dry, we didn’t watch the game and we don’t blame ourselves.
  • Luka Doncic fouled out for the eighth time in eight games and the Mavs beat the Raptors.
  • In this match, it seems that the referee Tony Brothers will have insulting remarks against Spencer Dinwiddie, in any case the player confirms it.
  • The Bucks won their eighth straight game and are still undefeated. In this game? Rudy Gobert takes a 3-point shot, we’ll let you guess the outcome of the action.
  • Jerami Grant gave the Blazers the victory over the Suns, in a game-winner, and after taking at least five steps. My NBA, heart with fingers.

TTFL top pick: DeMar DeRozan

The Top 10: there

Some memories of the night


West ranking on November 5, 2022

Next night’s matches:

  • 10 pm: Magic – Kings
  • 0h: Hornets – Nets
  • 12:30 am: Hawks – Pelicans
  • 12:30 am: Knicks-Celtics
  • 1am: Bucks-Thunder
  • 1am: Wolves-Rockets
  • 2 am: Nuggets – Spurs
  • 3 am: Suns – Blazers

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