Mobley and Bey are decisive, Chicago takes down Brooklyn

The results of the night in the NBA

Grizzlies @Hornets: 131-107
Sun @ Cavs : 88-90
thunder @ magic : 115-126
Pacers @ Sixers : 126-129, after extra time
Spurs@ Knicks : 114-117
bucks @ Raptors: 104-101, after overtime
net @ Bulls : 112-121
Blazers @ wolves : 106-113
@Rockets Pelicans : 108-119
Pistons @Warriors: 122-119
hawks @King: 120-117

Clay Thompson could be the hero of the night for the Warriors, after grabbing the equalizer against Detroit with 2 seconds left. This does not count the improbable shot of Saddiq Bey at the buzzer, completely freezing the Chase Center to hand the victory to the Pistons.

Killian Hayes had two key shots before Klay’s equalizer and returned the favor with 9 points and 13 assists on 3/12.

Warriors – Pistons: An incredible finish to the game leading to Saddiq Bey’s game-winner

– After a 12-game winning streak, the Nets finally lost. It was Chicago that managed to overthrow Brooklyn, in a game to rest Kevin Durant (44 pts) at the beginning of the 4th quarter will be fatal (8-0). The Bulls will look to this meeting to try to find consistency.

Of the 6 players with 10 or more points, incl DeMar DeRozan (22 pts), Patrick Williams (22 pts) and Nikola Vucevic (21 pts), Billy Donovan’s men showed the determination that has often failed them this season in the NBA.

Giannis Antetokounmpo I don’t want to joke at the beginning of the year. The Greek Freak knows his team needs a winning streak and he’s giving them some. If Grayson Allen tied the game in overtime with a 3-point shot, it was Giannis who left the mark in the match in Toronto.

A day after his career high against Washington, this time he had a mammoth triple-double with 30 points, 21 rebounds and 10 assists. The Bucks are one win away from the Celtics in the standings, who have a similar record to the Nets.

Donovan Mitchell (21 pts) didn’t need to score 71 points for Cleveland to beat Phoenix. “Spida” still offered to help. Evan Mobley for the first game winner of his NBA career with 4 seconds left. He was at 1/8 before returning this shot, proof of the kid’s coolness and mentality…

– The Lakers created a surprise against Miami, while LeBron James was at home with a cold. The Heat are surprising, with Dennis Schröder as an executioner. The German scored 14 of his 32 points in the final quarter, with help from Russell Westbrook (21 pts, 9 pds, 8 rebounds) and Thomas Bryant (21 pts, 9 rebounds).

Miami led by 6 points in the 4th quarter before the flag was lowered. Jimmy Butler had a chance to equalize at the buzzer but missed the target. This is the 4th victory in 5 matches for Los Angeles, which starts the year 2023 well.

– Joel Embiid was absent last night for the Pacers reception. Philadelphia suffered but still remained elusive at home (11 straight wins). The Sixers had to go through overtime to beat Indiana. During overtime, De’Anthony Melton and Montrezl Harrell scored the game’s two most important baskets to seal the deal.

– No surprises in Charlotte, where the Grizzlies easily defeated the Hornets for their 4th straight victory. Yes Morant (23 points), Desmond Bane (19 points), Dillon Brooks (18 pts) and Jaren Jackson Jr. (18 pts) shared the offensive work, facing a team that lost for the 14th time in 17 games…

Jalen Brunson looking to make up for lost time in his three fights and he did a tremendous job tonight. The Knicks point guard was huge against San Antonio and broke his NBA points record (38) to lead the Knicks to their third straight win. The former Mavs player fired New York into the lead with 3 minutes left, before turning in two crucial spears with a minute left.

Evan Fournier played 11 minutes for 6 points on 1/5.

– Despite missing four players due to suspension, the Magic won at home over OKC. Paolo Banchero did well with a complete performance (25 pts, 8 rbds, 7 pds), supported by Gary Harris and Terrence Ross (18 pts each). The 33 points of Shai Gilgeous-Alexandernothing during the correction made in Boston, was not enough.

– Look Rudy Gobert and Wolves to their advantage defensively, even better from time to time. Minnesota held on against Portland despite a big drop in tension in the second half. Chris Finch’s players limited the Blazers to 106 points, with Rudy posting a double-double (17 pts, 12 rbds) and a Anthony Edwards sharp in the 4th quarter (13 of his 32 pts).

This is the second win in a row for the Wolves after 6 straight losses.

– Despite the small morale blow of knowing Zion Williamson will be out for almost a month, the Pelicans found the resources to beat Houston at home. Here is having CJ McCollum as a strategist proves valuable. The former Portland player led the charge (28 pts) along with Jonas Valanciunas (16 pts, 17 rebounds) to help New Orleans keep their West rivals at bay.

– The Hawks operated as a foursome instead of a tandem tonight in Sacramento and the effects were positive. John Collins (22 pts), De’Andre Hunter (22 pts), Trae Young (21 pts) and Dejounte Murray (21 pts) compiled 66 points to defeat the Kings.

The finish was pretty rock’n roll with a run (7-0) from Atlanta that was capped off by 3-point action from Young and two throws from Murray. Sacramento still has the bullet to tie, but Onyeka Okongwu De’Aaron Fox comes to the tape and Domantas Sabonis misses his shot.

After losing 5 of their last 6 games, the Hawks need an away win like this to avoid the drop.

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