NBA: Los Angeles Lakers set OKC franchise record

The Los Angeles Lakers have also won the seventh away game of the season, setting a new franchise record. Damian Lillard is hot in Sacramento and Kevin Durant is unstoppable by the New York Knicks in the Battle of New York.

The Nets have won the first duel against their rivals from New York – thanks to Kevin Durant. Minnesota plays an incredibly weak final quarter against Memphis.

Charlotte Hornets (6-6) – Dallas Mavericks (6-4) 93:104

You can find the detailed match report here.

Detroit Pistons (2-9) – Milwaukee Bucks (8-4) 101:110

  • The bucks seem to have found their rhythm. In Detroit, the team of coach Mike Budenholzer celebrated the sixth win in the seventh game and shot out the lights again with 19 converted three-pointers in 43 attempts. With the win, the Bucks jump to second place in the east, only the Celtics, who still have two games up their sleeves, have a better record.
  • The best man of the guests was once again Giannis Antetokounmpo, who achieved the 20th triple double of his career with 22 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. Jrue Holiday contributed 21 points to the success, while Khris Middleton (12, 5/12 FG, 6 assists) was not as accurate this time as usual. Coming from the bank, Bobby Portis (11) and Bryn Forbes (13, 5/8 FG) were able to convince.
  • The Bucks led for the entire 48 minutes and showed early who the boss in the ring is. In the first quarter they approved only 13 points, in the first half the guests were still leading with up to 23 points. In the meantime, the Bucks had hit more threesomes (11) than Detroit field goals (9).
  • After all, the hosts reared up again, but the victory for the favorite was never in danger. Jerami Grant (22, 7/19 FG) collected the most points for his team, Svi Mykhailiuk got 18 points. Blake Griffin (12, 4/9 FG, 7 rebounds, 6 assists) delivered a bit of everything, but his athleticism of days gone by has completely disappeared.

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