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  • Washington Wizards 119-130 Los Angeles Lakers

The Angelinos were on the move in the capital last night, an opportunity for them to find their good friend Kyle Kuzma. But the meeting was soon interrupted: the Lakers led by 18 points at halftime and 24 points after three quarters. The reason: don’t look much furtherAnthony Davis. The multi-all star is everywhere yesterday and is fully on the Wizards racket. He totals 55 points, not counting his 17 rebounds and 3 blocks. Impressive, especially if we remember the Milwaukee match two days earlier (44 points, 10 rebounds, 3 blocks). The Chicago native is monstrous in terms of efficiency, returning 22 of his 30 shots. Beside him, Lebron James continues to illuminate the game (29 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists) despite some clumsiness (5 balls lost yesterday). More generally, he is a collective that is slowly starting to assert itself against the Lakers, with a Russell Westbrook who gives energy to the bench (only 6 points but also 15 decisive assists, many of which are his great man A.D), Lonnie Walker IV which ensures (20 points 7 out of 10), and a team defense that really seems to be taking shape. On the other hand, we’ll try to get back up in the fourth quarter, but hoping won’t be enough to worry the guests, who now score 3 wins in a row. Note, however, the good matches of Kristraps Porzingis (27 points, 9 rebounds), Kyle Kuzma (26 points, 7 rebounds) and Daniel Gafford (19, 7 rebounds).

NB: With this game, AD becomes the first Lakers player to score at least 40 points in two consecutive games since the fire Kobe Bryant in 2013. He is also the first to total 55 points and 15+ rebounds since then Charles Mallone in 1990.

  • new orleans pelicans 121-106 denver nuggets

A tantalizing encounter between the 2nd and 3rd from the West, this match was the scene of star opposition such as Zion Williamson (25 points), Nikola Jokic (32 points, 16 rebounds and 9 assists) e Jamal Murray 18 points and 5 assists)… But the one who stood out last night was a sophomore 1.83 tall! Gentleman Jose Alvarado yesterday he transformed into a true elite scorer, with a flattering total: 38 points on 12 of 19 shooting (career high) including a magnificent 8/11 from three-point range! Thanks to him, the Pels managed to get rid of their evening opponents in the third quarter, after a tight first half. The Pelicans then continue their good run, with the fourth win in a row, for 9 wins in the last 11 games!

The Memphis Grizzlies cut the Detroit Pistons 122,112, including one goal I Morante radiant (33 points and 10 assists). He is well helped by Dillon Brooks et Anni Jackson Jr, each worth 22 points. In front of, Saddiq Bey stands out (24 points, 7 assists). Interesting matches of Bojan Bogdanović (18 points) e Killian Hayes (13 points, 6 passes).

Brooklyn received Boston for a revenge of the first round of the playoffs. The meeting immediately gave an air of dja-vu, with the Nets struggling to score, unable to contain the dynamic duo Jaylen Brown (34 points, 10 rebounds) e Jason Tatum (29 points 11 rebounds, 4 steals).

Eventually, the Knicks got the Cavaliers. We could expect the show Donovan Mitchellbut the meeting quickly turned in favor of the New Yorkers. Jalen Brunson (23 points), RJ Barrett (15 points), Julius Randle (18 points) e Emanuel Quickley (12 points) contribute in turn, and the Cavs yesterday played too formulaic an offense to worry the surprisingly good Knicks defensively.

DENVER 106 NEW ORLEANS 121

PHOENIX 133 ST

BOSTON 103 BROOKLYN 92

MEMPHIS 122 DETROIT 112

CLEVELAND 81 NEW YORK 92

THE LAKERS 130 WASHINGTON 119

CHICAGO 101 SACRAMENT 110

INDIANA 100 PORTLAND 116

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