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Philadelphia 76ers crossed Minnesota Timberwolves differently

Philadelphia crossed Minnesota differently

The Philadelphia 76ers, the leader of the Eastern Conference in the NBA, reached the 14th victory of the season, beating the Minnesota Timberwolves 118-94, which they hosted at Target Center.

10 matches were played in the NBA. Eastern Conference leader Philadelphia 76ers reached the 14th win of the season, beating Minnesota Timberwolves 118-94, which they hosted at Target Center.

Joel Embiid contributed to the victory with 37 points and 11 rebounds, Tobias Harris 17 points and 11 rebounds, Ben Simmons 11 points and 7 assists, Furkan Korkmaz with 8 points, 3 rebounds and 2 steals in the Sixers.

Malik Beasley scored 22 points and 5 rebounds, Anthony Edwards 15 points, D’Angelo Russell 14 points in the Timberwolves, who lost the season 14.

The consequences of the night:

Charlotte Hornets-Indiana Pacers: 108-105

Washington Wizards-Atlanta Hawks: 100-116

New York Knicks-Cleveland Cavaliers: 102-81

Toronto Raptors-Sacramento Kings: 124-126

New Orleans Pelicans-Milwaukee Bucks: 131-126

Orlando Magic-Los Angeles Clippers: 90-116

Minnesota Timberwolves-Philadelphia 76ers: 94-118

Oklahoma City Thunder-Brooklyn Nets: 125-147

San Antonio Spurs-Denver Nuggets: 119-109

Utah Jazz-Dallas Mavericks: 120-101


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Los Angeles Clippers

60 points between Beal and Westbrook knock down Clippers without George

60 points between Beal and Westbrook knock down Clippers without George

Once again it was the combination of guard Bradley Beal and point guard Russell Westbrook that opened the way for the Washington Wizards to a 119-117 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, who suffered the third consecutive loss.

Beal was in charge of being the leading scorer with 33 points, including 14 points from 15 personnel shots, in addition to capturing seven rebounds, giving three assists and recovering two balls.

While Westbrook approached the triple-double again after contributing 27 points, 11 assists, nine rebounds and recovering four balls.

Westbrook outpointed Walt Bellamy for 42nd on the NBA‘s all-time scorers list with a jump shot in the second quarter. Westbrook now has 20,959 points.

Four other Wizards players also finished with double-digit numbers, including German center Moritz Wagner, who scored 12 points and Brazilian point guard Raúl Neto, who came out of reserve and added 11 points, the same as Latvian power forward Davis. Bertans.

Neto, who played 24 minutes as a reserve, made 5 of 10 shots from the field, including the only triple he tried. He also caught a rebound, gave an assist, recovered a ball, lost another and committed a personal foul.

The victory allowed the Wizards (14-20) to get back on the winning track and pursue their goal of being in the playoffs when the regular season concludes.

Washington won eight of 11 heading into the All-Star break.

While the Los Angeles Clippers (24-14), who lost three consecutive games so far this season for the first time, fell four games away from first place in the Western Conference, which is occupied by Utah Jazz (27-9), and had a day Rest.

Although the Clippers had the return of starting forward Kawhi Leonard, who finished as the team leader with 22 points, they were left without the other star forward, Paul George, who felt ill before the game.

Again, the Clippers failed on deciding points and concluded a five-game road trip with a losing record of 1-4.

Point guard Patrick Beverley with 17 points – three triples from five attempts – finished as the second highest scorer on a list of seven players with double-digit numbers, including four reserves.

One of them was Croatian center Ivica Zubac, who finished as the best of the Los Angeles Clippers in the inside game with a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds in 29 minutes of action.

Quite the opposite of what happened with the Spanish Congolese center Serge Ibaka, who played 18 minutes and went without points after missing both field goals he made, including a 3-point attempt.

Ibaka was better in the inside game with five rebounds – four defenses -, gave three assists and committed a personal foul.


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Brooklyn Nets

Merciless James Harden: destroy exes with a triple-double and set burning Nets on fire

Merciless James Harden: destroy exes with a triple-double and set burning Nets on fire

Star guard James Harden added a triple-double in the first game against his former team and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Houston Rockets on the road 114-132, who added their thirteenth consecutive loss.

The Nets set a franchise record with their seventh consecutive road win and have won 10 of their last 11 games.

James Harden had 20 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds as attacking director for his new team, the Nets (24-13), who remain second in the Atlantic Division and the Eastern Conference.

It’s Harden’s eighth triple-double this season and his second in a row after he scored 30 points, 14 rebounds and 15 assists in overtime in San Antonio against the Spurs on Monday.

James Harden had a mixed reception from the crowd. Many of the 3,615 fans booed him when they introduced him before the game, and more boos came the first few times he touched the ball.

The same happened with coach Mike D’Antoni, who did not want to continue with the Rockets and is now assistant to the Nets coach, Canadian Steve Nash.

The Rockets released a video showing some of the countless highlights from their eight seasons in Houston during a first-quarter timeout.

There were more boos than applause as he played. James Harden walked off the Toyota Center track and raised his arms before placing his hands in a prayer position to acknowledge the fans when he finished.

Point guard Kyrie Irving had 24 points and forward Joe Harris added 19 that also helped the Nets win, who for the eighth consecutive game played without injured star forward Kevin Durant.

Point guard John Wall had 36 points as the Rockets’ best scorer, but they did not prevent one more loss in the face of the lack of definition of the style of play of the Houston team, which this season have coach Stephen Silas on the bench.

Guard Victor Oladipo scored 33 points as the Rockets’ second leading scorer, while forward Jae’Sean Tate contributed a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds as the team’s best player in the paint.

But the Rockets remained losers in the longest losing streak for the Houston team, which only had eight players available due to injuries since losing 15 in a row in 2001.


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Atlanta Hawks

The Atlanta Hawks fire Lloyd Pierce and Popovich warns: “They will regret it”

The Atlanta Hawks fire Lloyd Pierce and Popovich warns: "They will regret it"

Coach Lloyd Pierce has been released from the Atlanta Hawks after two years in which he left a deficit of 63 wins and 120 losses, the Atlanta franchise announced on Monday, which is considering appointing assistant Nate McMillan to the position.

“We have high expectations for our team on the court and believe that by making this change we can now achieve a more consistent second half of the season with better results,” explained Hawks president of basketball operations and general manager Travis Schlenk.

Lloyd Pierce, 44, was hired before the 2018-2019 season.

Although the new season began with a balance of 10 wins and 9 losses, the Hawks have lost 11 of the last 15 games and are third in the Southeast Division, where the Miami Heat, their rival on Tuesday, is the leader.

Gregg Popovich, Pierce’s mentor at Spurs, warned of the mistake made by the Hawks with his decision: “We all know how volatile the environment is in the NBA and how short the deadline is for everything, but you don’t want to end up missing Someone like that. It’s like failing a good player in the draft or evaluating a player the wrong way. He’s the kind of person you want to build a franchise on. “


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