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Phoenix dismisses New York on buzzer, Milwaukee wins clash against Chicago


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The Philadelphia Sixers recorded a 5th consecutive victory on Friday, against Cleveland, thanks in particular to Tyrese Maxey and their new recruit James Harden, in an NBA evening also marked by the buzzer victory of the Suns against the Knicks. Update on last night’s results

Without its two stars Chris Paul and Devin Booker, Phoenix won the buzzer 115-114 against New York on Friday in the NBA, the North American basketball league.

With 38 points, his career high, Cameron Johnson was the executioner of the Knicks by planting the winning shot on the buzzer. Cameron Payne (17 points, 16 assists) and Mikal Bridges (20 points) also contributed to the building to allow the Suns to keep the lead in the Western Conference and the best record in the entire NBA.

New York side, Julius Randle (25 points) was excluded at the end of the third quarter for a second technical foul while the 20 points of RJ Barrett and the 16 units of Alec Burks and Evan Fournier were not enough.

The Knicks, 12th in the East, see the playoffs a little further away after the 114-117 victory over Atlanta (9th) in Washington (11th).

Milwaukee wins top game

At the top of the Eastern Conference, Milwaukee won the top game against Chicago (112-118). The Bucks were logically able to rely on Giannis Antetokounmpo, author of 34 points. The Greek was able to count on the support of his lieutenants Jrue Holiday (26 points) and Khris Middleton (22 points).

On the Bulls side, Zach Lavine planted 30 points and Demar DeRozan added 29 despite shooting 11 of 30. A victory that allows Milwaukee to share 3rd place in the East with Chicago, just behind Philadelphia, winner of Cleveland 125-119.

In the other matches of the evening, Detroit won against Indiana (111-106) and Orlando did the same in Toronto (97-103). New Orleans slapped Utah (124-90), Minnesota easily won Oklahoma City (101-138) and Denver dismissed Houston (116-101).

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