NBA – DeMar DeRozan dons his MVP outfit, Celtics dominate Nets

PLAYER: DeMar DeRozan resumes his insane winning streak

Take a break and start again. Fresh off of Wilt Chamberlain’s record-breaking All-Star weekend, DeMar DeRozan returns from Cleveland with a firm intention to continue his historic series with at least 35 points and 50 percent on the clock. address. Last night’s game against the Hawks brought the series up to eight straight after his last 37 games (15 of 21). The Bulls won on arrival (112-108).


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The MVP candidate has also been heavily involved in the family’s success. Atlanta was still up 108-105 when DeRozan ended the game, turning things around in a few possessions. He scored on a jumper for the first time, then a second on a foul and transition throw while blocking Trae Young’s layup attempt. All in 58 seconds. Chicago was then tied in front of the score for its sixth straight win. The Bulls thus returned to the throne of the Eastern Conference.

Game: Jayson Tatum and Celtics off to a good start

After a nine-game winning streak culminated in a loss before the final All-Star Game, the Celtics resumed their pace on Thursday (129-106) with a rather dry victory over the Nets. Jayson Tatum was the strongman of the night, scoring 30 points. Boston’s five main players also reached 10 points: Jaylen Brown had 18 points, Marcus Smart had 15 points, Al Horford had 11 points and 13 rebounds. The Massachusetts team continues to approach the Eastern Conference’s leading quintet very seriously. Brooklyn, on the other hand, is still stripped of Kevin Durant and Ben Simmons, as well as Kyrie Irving at home for a few weeks, and is still stuck at No. 8 after losing eight of 10 games.

Performance: D’Angelo Russell leads Wolves

Minnesota is on a mission at the end of the season. The Wolves were finally able to hang on to the playoffs. Or at least shortlisted. But they have to keep up with them. The win against the third-placed Grizzlies in the West wasn’t just encouraging. They won 119-114 on D’Angelo Russell’s 37 points. The point guard scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, including the winning basket that gave his team an edge in the final moments. He added nine assists. Minnesota is now a small win for sixth place held by Denver.

Team: Suns stick around without Chris Paul

For the first time since the point guard was injured for the next six to eight weeks, the Suns played without master Chris Paul. The Suns have yet to gift the Thunder (126-116) for an eight-game winning streak. Sure, Devin Booker took over CP3 perfectly with 25 points, but most importantly by distributing 12 assists. Mikal Bridges and Cam Johnson improved their game with 21 points each. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander returned after 10 games on the road, adding 32 points and five assists for Oklahoma City.

Rookie: Cade Cunningham wins duel with Evan Mobley

There’s bound to be a game between Cade Cunningham and Evan Mobley in Detroit’s matchup with Cleveland last night. The No. 1 and No. 3 picks in the final draft are among the best rookies of the season, and they can still claim the Rookie of the Year trophy. Cunningham led the Pistons to a 106-103 victory over the Cavaliers, not least thanks to his four decisive shots in the final 46 seconds. He had 17 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists, while Mobley had 12 points and 8 rebounds.

PICTURES: Kings and Nuggets show solidarity with Ukrainian Alex Len

The Denver and Sacramento players expressed their support for Kings member Alex Len’s home country of Ukraine ahead of Thursday night’s game between the two teams.

NBA night results

Pistons – Riders: 106-103
Nets-Celtics: 106-129
Bulls-Hawks: 112-108
Timberwolves-Grizzlies: 119-114
Thunder-Sun: 104-124
Trail Blazers-Warriors: 95-132
Kings Nuggets: 110-128


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