NBA – Karl-Anthony Towns roughs up Warriors, Lakers lose again

Game: Lakers lose again

The Lakers really can’t do it. But at least they tried. Humiliated by the Pelicans in the last game and showing no desire or fighting spirit, LeBron James and his comrades experienced some flashes in their duel with the Mavericks on Tuesday night. But this is clearly not enough. Their air bags made them suffer a return from their opponents at the end of the game. Dallas eventually beat Los Angeles (109-104) led by Luka Doncic (25 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists).


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However, the California player dominated the third quarter, salvaging a 21-point deficit at the start of the game. But once they’ve ironed out in front, they can’t come to a conclusion. Doncic and his partner went 11-0 in the final minutes — seven straight shots — to regain control of the game. They didn’t break later. James finished the game with 26 points and 12 rebounds, but dropped an important ball in a key possession. As soon as the buzzer went off, the King walked off the field, visibly frustrated. His Lakers have lost three straight and their playoff eligibility seems to be increasingly affected. They are currently ninth, but they are losing to the top two teams in the rankings.

Players: Karl-Anthony Towns puts Warriors on the mat

The Warriors are going through tough times, and Karl-Anthony is happy to finish the injured beast. The Timberwolves leader scored 39 points to lead the team to a 129-114 victory over the second-ranked team in the West. In the absence of Anthony Edwards, his dominance was different. The All-Star pivot was able to take on more offensive responsibility, finishing the game on 14-for-22 shooting, surpassing Stephen Curry (34 points but 10-for-24 shooting). The Golden State Warriors are still without Klay Thompson (ill), Draymond and Nemanga Bjelica. The Californians lost their second straight and they still lost six of their ten games.

Team: Jayson Tatum and Celtics in good shape

Ime Udoka found the right recipe in Boston. The Celtics coach, who was on the bench this offseason, had a rough first few weeks. But since the start of the new year, his players have been fueled. In the final regular season, they won another victory over the Hawks (107-98) with the inevitable Jayson Tatum scoring 33 points. The Massachusetts team has won 10 of its past 12 games and is slowly getting closer to the podium in the Eastern Conference, despite still sitting in sixth place. The only downside was that Jaylen Brown was injured in the first few minutes of last night’s game. The All-Star guard suffered an ankle injury, and the Celtics are now waiting for him to undergo further testing to determine the severity of the injury (and the player’s absence).

Series: Clippers 4 games in a row

The Clippers didn’t hold back against the Rockets, one of the worst teams in the league. Another win for the Angelenos was 113-100, in which pivot Ivica Zubac had 22 points and 12 rebounds. It was the California team’s fourth straight win and eighth in the Western Conference, comfortably ahead of the Lakers, opponents and first chasers.

French: Killian Hayes is productive

Although the Pistons narrowly beat the Wizards (113-116), Killian Hayes had a rather interesting play. The young tricolor point guard had 7 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals in 27 minutes. Nicolas Batum is more cautious under the Clippers mantle. The veteran played 22 minutes, enough time to score 4 points and 4 rebounds.

NBA night results

Wizards-Pistons: 116-113
Celtics, Eagles: 107-98
Raptors-Nets: 109-108
Rockets-Clippers: 100-113
Timberwolves-Warriors: 129-114


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