There were five NBA games on Sunday, highlighted by a battle between two teams that made a lot of noise at the trade deadline: one for what they did and one for what. they did not do it, like the new 76ers LeBron James look and the Los Angeles Lakers in Sunday morning.

The match between the two teams was the second of the season. The Sixers won the Los Angeles Lakers less than two weeks ago. LeBron, however, suffered a groin injury for this game, but that did not change the outcome as the Sixers moved away from the Lakers in a match that changed in absolute shooting.

In addition, to close the night, the defending champions, the Warriors, defeated the Miami Heat in a very close affair that saw Golden State return to a double-digit deficit to win. DeMarcus Cousins ​​overturned a pair of free throws in the final seconds to clinch victory.

NBA program for Sunday, February 10

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  • Dallas Mavericks 102, Portland Trail Blazers 101 (Box Score)
  • Philadelphia 76ers 143, Los Angeles Lakers 120 (Box Score)
  • Sacramento Kings 117, Phoenix Suns 104 (Box Score)
  • Orlando Magic 124, Atlanta Hawks 108 (Box Score)
  • Golden State Warriors 120, Miami Heat 118 (Box Score)
  • Thompson hits the rider on a particular game

    This is not exactly the type of score game that fans have been used to seeing. Klay Thompson attempted to hit the DeMarcus Cousins ​​with a pass, but the pass hit the Cousins' heads. Nevertheless, Thompson managed to pick up the ball and reverse a jump shot in the first quarter.

    Bagley scores career high of 32 points against Suns

    Rookie striker Marvin Bagley III has had a performance for centuries against the Suns. Bagley scored the highest of his career with 32 out of 10 shots on 15, with seven rebounds.

    Isaac records three blocks in a series

    Jonathan Isaac has always been a player for which Magic had high hopes and he showed why against the Hawks. On a defensive sequence, Isaac rejected three shots, including one on Trae Young at the edge.

    Harris continues to shine for the Sixers

    Tobias Harris seems to be in good shape with the 76ers after his first two appearances on the team, while allowing Philadelphia to win the Lakers by scoring 22 points and six rebounds and six assists.

    Lillard catches fire for Trail Blazers

    After a slow start to the game, Damian Lillard took over the Portland Trail Blazers in the third quarter against the Mavericks as he had 21 points in the quarter.

    Kuzma bursts for 39 points against the Sixers

    The Los Angeles Lakers kept Kyle Kuzma at the trade deadline and he was paying dividends for the Purple and Gold Sunday by catching fire early and never slowing down as he finished defeat with 39 points.

    Embiid shines for Sixers in big victory

    While it was Kyle Kuzma who dominated Sunday's first quarter-final, Joel Embiid did the job for the Sixers despite the fact that he was unsure of playing in the match with an illness.

    Vucevic starts strong for Magic

    The Orlando Magic will not play in the NBA playoffs, but Nikola Vucevic was one of the biggest surprises of the season as he plays at an all-star level and was again on Sunday with six points in a row for Orlando in the match. first trimester.

    Redick scores a three when he falls out of bounds

    With all the star power in the Sixers' starting lineup, J.J. Redick finds plenty of free space on the offensive to get shot. This three in particular was more impressive than the others because it stopped dead after sprinting the wing and firing a goal as it fell off the field.

    Luka starts the game with style

    The impressive rookie season of Luka Doncic has made him one of the most intriguing players in the game. He continued his good start in the NBA on Sunday by turning the corner of the defense and scoring the goal with a slam dunk.

    Nurkic puts a Mavericks defender on a poster

    While the Lakers and Sixers were the televised match on television Sunday afternoon, the Trail Blazers and Mavericks also clashed and Jusuf Nurkic was quick to make itself felt.