NBA: Memphis wins major duel, Brooklyn ends Raptors streak

Following the NBA last night with the results. On the program 11 posters and no 16th straight win for Toronto.

The Raptors beaten by the Brooklyn Nets with 20 points from Caris LeVert. The Canadians will not break the Milwaukee record with 18 consecutive wins. Back in business, Luka Doncic did not disappoint with 33 points against the Sacramento Kings and a win for Dallas. Orlando also won against Detroit with 19 points for Evan Fournier. Phoenix is ​​not trembling against Golden State, as is Washington, which is the New York Knicks.

27 points from Tristan Thompson and 23 from Sexton made the difference in Cleveland's win over the Atlanta Hawks. Great victory for Utah against Miami with a 26-point game by Mitchell and a double double with 16 points and 20 rebounds for Rudy Gobert.

Indiana revives against the leader of the East

In the last three games, a great victory for the Indiana Pacers with a very good TJ Warren. Opposite, without Antetokounmpo left to rest, the Bucks fall despite the 19 points of Donte DiVincenzo. Charlotte is doing better and proves it with a success against Minnesota and 28 points from Devonte ’Graham.

Capital victory for Memphis against the Portland Blazers in qualifying for the playoff. The Grizzlies won at home with 27 Clarke points and a big 20-point game, 5 rebounds and 9 assists. Same fate for Lillard (20 points) behind CJ McCollum, best scorer for Portland with 23 units.

Last game and shock at the top between Denver and the Lakers with LA victory and Anthony Davis' 33 points. Opposite 22 points for Jokic and it is Jamal Murray who finishes top scorer of the Nuggets with 32 units.


Denver – LA Lakers 116 – 120
Dallas – Sacramento 130 – 111
Brooklyn – Toronto 101 – 91
Indiana – Milwaukee 118 – 111
New York – Washington 96 – 114
Phoenix – Golden State 112 – 106
Utah – Miami 116 – 101
Memphis – Portland 111 – 104
Minnesota – Charlotte 108 – 115
Cleveland – Atlanta 127 – 105
Orlando – Detroit 116 – 112

MVP of the night: T.J. Warren (USA 26 years old) – Indiana Pacers – 35 points / 7 rebounds / 1 pass / 39 min 52.