The Knicks bring down the Warriors, the Suns revenge against the Bucks!

Julius Randle - New York Knicks - Stephen Curry - Phoenix Suns - Milwaukee Bucks - Chris Paul

The Warriors fell to the Knicks (116/114). Greece Evan Fournier (22 points), the Knicks are off to a better start in the first quarter than their opponents. Little by little, the players of Steve Kerr enter their meeting. Stephen Curry (35 points/10 assists) is more aggressive, Golden State’s offensive game is taking shape. Despite the physical presence of Julius Randle (28 points/16 rebounds/7 assists), New York sees its opponents pass them by during the second quarter… When they return from the locker room, the Warriors show no desire, no energy. Result: the Knicks take the opportunity to pass them an 11/0. After the good passage of Kemba Walker, Evan Fournier and Julius Randle wear New York. Golden State wakes up. Klay Thompson (17 points/7 rebounds) or Andrew Wiggins (15 points / 7 rebounds) register important baskets. The Californians are never far to score during the third quarter. They explode in full flight at the start of the final period. Under the impetus ofAlec Burks (15 points), they take a 13-point lead (97/84) before their opponents inflict a 14/2 on them. Stephen Curry is on fire. The defense is (finally) aggressive. This Golden State team is in action. After their return to the score (104/102), they are subject to the law of Evan Fournier and his family. They have a last opportunity to equalize on a shot from Klay Thompson. This one will not fit and the Warriors bow for the second consecutive time.

In the shock of the night, opposing the last two NBA finalists, the Suns delivered a basketball recital, winning 131/107. From the first minutes of the match, the players of Monty Williams rely on the axis DeAndre Ayton (27 points/7 rebounds)/Chris Paul (17 points / 19 rebounds) to register baskets while the Bucks offer individual exploits. Each in their own style, the two teams go blow for blow. The aggressiveness of Jrue Holiday (21 points), the physique of Giannis Antetokounmpo (18 points) and the technique of Kris Middleton (21 points) allow the Bucks to hang their opponents. The Suns are more solid defensively. Chris Paul continues his demonstration. At the end of the first half, they lead by eight points but nothing is settled. Upon returning from the locker room, Phoenix begins its demolition business. Their collective is stuffy like a Mikal Bridges (18 points) with many lungs while DeAndre Ayton steps on Bobby Portis, served by CP3. The Suns take a fifteen-point lead during the third quarter, never letting go of their grip on an overwhelmed opponent. Giannis Antetokounmpo is a good muzzle. By limiting its impact, Phoenix prevents Milwaukee from generating easy points in transition.

Miami wins (112/97) against the Pelicans for the first of CJ McCollum (15 points 6/21 on shots/7 rebounds/5 assists) in his new jersey. Complicated beginnings for New Orleans, lacking in offensive background against the big Florida defense. Jimmy Butler (29 points/8 rebounds) and Bam Adebayo (29 points / 10 rebounds) prove that they are the strong men of the Heat. Despite a lack of success, the Pels are three points from their opponents after a first quarter in which Brandon Ingram shows success. New Orleans finds rhythm in attack. Used several times Jonas Valanciunas (16 points / 9 rebounds) dominates the racket of the second opposing unit. McCollum is successful. They pass in front despite the good passage of Kyle Lowry (14 points/11 rebounds/11 assists). At the end of the first half, the Heat regained the advantage (56/55) thanks to the returns on the floor of Butler and Adebayo. The men ofErik Spoelstra are dominant defensively. They prevent New Orleans from finding easy baskets. Little by little, they take off again, leading by ten points in the yardstick of the last quarter. New Orleans is not defeated, they approach four units under the impulse of jose alvarado (17 points), before Miami unrolls completely around their star duo to finish with a fifteen-point lead.

And ten… After their huge transfer the day before, the Nets show that they need a new breath after their tenth consecutive defeat, this time against Washington (113/112), yet deprived of many elements… Despite offensive difficulties, Washington showed a lot of heart not to be completely dropped at the break. Kyrie Irving (31 points) achieves individual exploits but the collective chemistry of Brooklyn does not exist. During the third quarter, the good passage of Blake Griffin (15 points / 9 rebounds) allows the Nets to hope to end this bad series before the Wizards do not rebel. Kyle Kuzma (15 points/13 rebounds/10 assists), thanks to a triple-double, and Rui Hachimura (12 points), finally successful, are the actors of this rise of the Nets… In difficulty in attack, unable to defend, Brooklyn is trailing 100 87 some 7 minutes from the end of the match. Devi Avdija (13 points) is also on a good night. washington print. It’s underestimating Brooklyn’s talent (and Washington’s mind) to believe the game is over. Kyrie Irving comes out of his box once again, well helped by Cameron Thomas (27 points) to bring the flock of Steve Nash 109/107. Thanks to a well-negotiated money time, Raúl Neto (21 points/6 assists) and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (13 points / 5 rebounds) validates the victory of the capital players on the free throw line.

Today’s performance is credited to Luka Doncicauthor of a match 51 points for the victory (112/105) of the Mavericks against the Clippers.

The Raptors took the best (139/120) on the Rockets, breaking away inexorably during the second part of the second half. Gary Trent Jr took a new heat stroke, scoring 42 points. He was well paul by the 30 points of Pascal Siakam. CT Rockets, Kevin Porter Jr. scored 30 points.

Memphis needed only a few minutes to dominate the Pistons. Winners 41/19 of the first quarter, they left no chance to an opponent overtaken by the opposing collective, winning 132/107. Ja Morant scored 23 points while Desmond Bane add 22. Jerami Grantnot transferred, finished as his team’s top scorer with 20 points.

Detroit Pistons 107 – 132 Memphis Grizzlies

Washington Wizards 113 – 112 Brooklyn Nets

New Orleans Pelicans 97 – 112 Miami Heat

Houston Rockets 120–139 Toronto Raptors

Dallas Mavericks 112 – 105 Los Angeles Clippers

Phoenix Suns 131 – 107 Milwaukee Bucks

Golden State Warriors 114 – 116 New York Knicks


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