NBA Results | Antetokounmpo beats Doncic and Zubac grabs 29 rebounds!

CLIPPERS 114 – STIMULATORS 100

Ivica Zubac dominated with a stunning double-double for 31 points and 29 rebounds in the Los Angeles Clippers’ 114-100 win over the Indiana Pacers.

Zubac was the star of the Clippers’ win and finished the game with 31 points, 29 rebounds, three assists and three blocks in 35.40 minutes played.

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The Croatian center became the first player since Shaquille O’Neal in 2004 able to contribute at least 30 points and 25 rebounds with 80 percent shooting accuracy.

BUCK 124 – MAVERICK 115

With a double-double of 30 points and eleven rebounds, Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks victory against the Mavericks, in which Doncic sealed a double-double of 27 points and twelve assists, with five rebounds, unable to avoid the loss.

Grayson Allen for the Bucks also stood out, with seven 3-pointers and 25 points, while Argentina’s Facundo Campazzo, for the Mavericks, hit three-pointers in 3.26 minutes on the track.

CELTIC 130 – MAGI 121

Without Jayson Tatum, out with an ankle problem, Jaylen Brown shone with 36 points, Al Horford added 14 and the Celtics beat the Wizards.

In the team from the capital the best was Bradley Beal with 30 points, while the Estonian Kristaps Porzingis scored 21.

TIMBERWOLVES 114 – WARRIORS 137

Steph Curry hit four 3-pointers and came close to a triple-double with his 25 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists in the Warriors’ 137-114 win over the Wolves.

He was supported by Jordan Poole’s 24 points, coming off the bench, and Klay Thompson’s 21 points with five 3-pointers.

In the Wolves the best was Anthony Edwards, with 26 points, while the Dominican Karl Anthony Towns contributed 21 points, with four rebounds and four assists.

The Warriors, the reigning NBA champions, are ninth in the West with their third straight win (11-10), while the Wolves are down to eleventh place (10-10) after their second straight loss.

NETS 111 – TRAIL BLAZER 97

At the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Seth Curry dominated with 7 of 10 threes and 29 points, shooting 73%, to which he added three rebounds, an assist and a steal.

He shone alongside Kevin Durant, who starred with 31 points, five rebounds and five assists, in a game in which Kyrie Irving contributed 22, five rebounds and six assists.

Curry, Durant and Irving made fourteen of their team’s fifteen 3-pointers, with Joe Harris making the other 3-pointer.

KNICKS 123 – GRIZZLES 127

Ja Morant scored a triple-double of 27 points, ten rebounds and fourteen assists to boost the win against the Knicks and continue the victory obtained two days earlier against the New Orleans Pelicans.

The Knicks suffered their fourth loss in their last five games, despite Jalen Brunson’s 30 points and nine assists.

PISTONS 94 – KNIGHTS 102

Donovan Mitchell led the Cavaliers with 32 points and Darius Garland and Evan Mobley added double-doubles in the Pistons’ on-field win as the Ohioans solidified their position in third place in the East.

In the Pistons, without Cade Cunningham, Marvin Bagley scored a double-double for 19 points and ten rebounds.

HAWKS 98 – HEAT 106

Bam Adebayo shone with 32 points and eight rebounds and Tyler Herro posted a triple-double of 11 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the Heat’s win over the Hawks, in a game in which Jimmy Butler was out with right knee pain .

The Hawks shot just 35 for 88 and lost their second consecutive game, following a loss to the Houston Rockets.

MAGIC 103 – SIX 133

Without Joel Embiid or James Harden, the Sixers triumphed with authority in Orlando led by Shake Milton’s 29 points and Tobias Harris’ 25, who guided a group of six players to over ten points.

In the Magic, Italian Paolo Banchero, first pick in the last draft, contributed 18 points.

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