Saturday NBA recap: Phoenix lengthened its good time and dropped to Philadelphia

Philadelphia Sixers vs Phoenix Suns

Fifth victory in a row for Phoenix after beating the Sixers at home 120-111 with 36 points from their wonder boy, Devin Booker. Chris Paul also contributed all his baggage with a complete game of 28 points, 8 rebounds and 10 assists, while for Phila who did not slow down the scoring rhythm was his star pivot Joel Embid with 35 points and 8 rebounds.

Indiana Pacers vs Atlanta Hawks

Indiana stayed with a worked victory against Atlanta by 125 to 113 unlocking the game in the last period from the hand of Doug McDermott author of 26 points. In Atlanta he did not reach the double double of his pivot Clint Capela with 24 points and 10 rebounds.

Houston Rockets vs New York Knicks

New York had a solid win at Madison and beat Houston 121-99 with 22 from Immanuel Quickley. The Rockets had shown great improvement after accommodating changes in the team, but now they suffered a slump and added their fifth consecutive loss despite 26 points from Jon Wall.

Brooklyn Nets vs Golden State Warriors

Brooklyn in his sauce won a high-scoring game in Oakland after beating Golden State 134-117 with 23 points from Kyrie Irving and 20 from Kevin Durant. Harden was also very good in his role as distributor and added 19 points, 8 rebounds and 16 assists, while in the Warriors the highlight was Stephen Curry with 27 points, although he had a very weak night in three-point shots with just two conversions out of nine attempts.

Miami Heat vs Utah Jazz

Utah continues to show that it is for serious things this season and does not get off the top, winning its seventh game in a row against the Heat by 112 to 94. They also have an eighteenth win in 19 games, a great mark for the Mormon team that had last night to Donovan Mitchell as the team’s top scorer with 26 points.

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