Last night, the NBA again gave us a sublime show with suspense in every way. And as usual, we can count on the great artists Trae Young and Ja Morant to do the show.
Thunder – Celtic 111 – 112: On the wire, the Boston Celtics went for their 7th consecutive win on the Thunder's floor last night. Great architect of this success, Jayson Tatum offered 26 points and 11 rebounds.
Wizards – Grizzlies 99 – 106: Thanks to the intractable Ja Morant, who yesterday offered the first triple double of his career (27 points, 10 assists, 10 rebounds), Memphis left Washington with the victory. The Grizzlies are slowly returning to the Mavs, at 8th place in the Western conference.
76ers – Bulls 118 – 111: By scoring more than 30 points against the Bulls, the Turkish Furkan Korkmaz (31 points, 5 rebounds) allowed his team to continue with another victory. At home, the 76ers have an incredible record of 24 wins, for only 2 losses.
Hawks – Knicks 140 – 135: After two extra time, it was the Atlanta Hawks who emerged victorious in their duel against the New York Knicks. Totally on fire yesterday, Trae Young took advantage of this long evening to register 48 points and issue 13 assists.
Rockets – Jazz 113 – 114: At the end of the suspense, Bojan Bogdanovic offered the victory to the Utah Jazz. Rudy Gobert and his family obtained their 34th victory of the season despite James Harden's triple double (28 points, 10 assists, 10 rebounds) and 39 points from Russell Westbrook.
Riders – Clippers 92 – 133: There was suspense, however, in Cleveland. The Clippers wandered back to the Nuggets and slowly put pressure on the Los Angeles Lakers of LeBron James.
Trail Blazers – Heat 115 – 109: Yet 4th in the Eastern Conference, the Miami Heat had a third defeat in a row last night. Damian Lillard (33 points, 8 assists) and the Portland Trail Blazers took the opportunity to clinch their 25th win of the season.