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The NBA, at the feet of VanVleet: 54 points and 11 triples for history

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Everything has happened in a new day of the NBA. In the evening party, The Nets beat the Clippers in Brooklyn with a stellar performance from big three, in which Kyrie Irving stood out, and a very exciting last minutes in which the local power prevailed over the rebellious connate that Kawhi Leonard and Paul George raised. At Golden State, Curry made history and reached 17,000 points, only Warriors player to do so alongside Wilt Chamberlain, but succumbed to the power of the Celtics, who are reunited with victory. In addition, the good numbers of Bradley Beal and Russell Westbrook do not allow to add the Wizards, the worst team in the competition, against some Blazers who breathe easy. And in the rest of the games, the Raptors, Pacers and Jazz beat Magic, Grizzlies and Detroit respectively, completing a day in which the good minutes of Domantas Sabonis for Indiana stood out. and the spectacular and historic Fred VanVleet display at the Toronto game, in which it has been the largest individual exhibition of the night and one of the best of this season.

ORLANDO MAGIC 108 – 123 TORONTO RAPTORS

History in Orlando. Raptors point guard Fred VanVleet scored 54 points against the Magic, a historic record for the Canadian franchise and also for any undrafted player, a ranking in which he has surpassed Moses Malone, who stayed at 53. VanVleet scored 17 of 23 on field goals and 11 of 14 on triples, of which 8 were before the break. The playmaker He also added 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals and 3 blocks, and was the leader of his team in the victory against the Magic, which allows them to put a 9-12 record after a catastrophic start to the season and sneak into the ninth position of an Eastern Conference more competitive than ever and in which they have Hornets and Cavs (10-11 each) to a single victory. In addition to VanVleet, Kyle Lowry had a triple-double (14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, adding 4 steals) and Powell (23) and Siakam (12) surpassed ten points and helped Nick Nurse’s team to continue climbing positions. For the Magic the best was Nikola Vucevic with 21 points and 18 rebounds.

BROOKLYN NETS 124 – 120 LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS

The Nets improve and show their most destructive version. Harden was the base, Durant flew and Kyrie exploded. Kawhi couldn’t handle the trio. The big three scares. Check the chronicle here.

INDIANA PACERS 134 – 116 MEMPHIS GRIZZLIE

Great game of Sabonis. The Lithuanian power forward recorded spectacular statistics in his best game of the season: of the season with 32 points and 13 rebounds, with 5 assists and 2 steals in 35 minutes, with a tremendous shooting series: 13 of 15 in field goals, 2 of 2 in triples and 4 of 6 in free throws for a +21 with him on the court. With this result, the Grizzlies are cut their streak of seven consecutive victories, in addition to receiving a corrective durro, which includes having received the ignominious figure of 71 points at halftime. At that point, Sabonis was already 24 + 11. The Lithuanian has 14 double-doubles in 16 games this season. Turner went to 22 + 11 and Brogon to 23 points. In addition, Dillon Brooks was the leading scorer for the visiting team, posting 25 points. Having won, the Grizzlies would have equaled their longest winning streak of consecutive games in franchise history, with eight, a brand they have reached up to four times. The last one was in 2015, when Marc Gasol was a member of the team.

WASHINGTON WIZARDS 121 – 132 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

The numbers of the pair are not enough and the Wizards lose again. Those from Oregon, with Lillard as the offensive leader and a very successful Carmelo, take a breath. Check the chronicle here.

UTAH JAZZ 117 – 105 DETROIT PISTONS

After eleven consecutive victories (the longest winning streak of this season), the Jazz fell to the Nuggets, their executioners in the last playoffs (in which they were 3-1 up, by the way). One game later, se have rediscovered victory against one of the worst teams in the competition, the Pistons, and take advantage of the loss of the Clippers to get back at the head of the Western Conference, which they command, extending their good moment and showing that, right now, they are the most fit team in the best League in the world. Donovan Mitchell, with 32 (10 of 17 in field goals and 4 of 7 in triples), was the best of the game, while Mike Conley reached 20 points. Bojan Bogdanovic and Royce O’Neal also passed the ten, while Rudy Gobert was not, on this occasion, one of the most outstanding, and finished with 9 + 7, with 3 blocks. For the Pistons, the best was, once again, Jerami Grant, who scored 27 points.

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 107 – 111 BOSTON CELTICS

Curry reaches 17,000 points, the only player in Warriors history to do so besides Chamberlain. He tried to do it all against Boston, but did not succumb. Check the chronicle here.

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