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Passed a Friday, February 12 super action in the NBA, with the dispute of no less than 11 games around the league. We review the best of them with statistics, highlights, summaries and much more.

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Charlotte Hornets 120 – Minnesota Timberwolves 114

With a sensational task from her point guards, Charlotte again hit Minnesota and won 120-114. James Borrego came out with his three guards (Ball-Rozier-Graham) at the same time in the opening draw and although Graham did not have a good night, the other two were excellent: 20 points and 11 rebounds for LaMelo and 41 points with a 13-20 from the field for Rozier! In addition to getting key points in the clutch. For the visit they did not reach 31 for Malik Beasley, 25 for Karl-Anthony Towns or 21 for Anthony Edwards.


Washington Wizards 91 – New York Knicks 109


Speaking of blows, he also received another Washington, which still does not raise its head. The impact came from the hands of the Knicks, who returned to victory with a clear 109-91, guided by 24 points and 18 rebounds from Julius Randle.. In the Wizards there was rest for Bradley Beal and Russell Westbrook managed to be close to the triple-double: 23 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists. With the results of this Friday, Washington was last in the East.

Atlanta Hawks 114 – San Antonio Spurs 125


The Spurs played a great game and beat the Hawks by 125-114, in a much more open game than the final score indicates: the advantage for the Texans was 38 points entering the fourth quarter. In the winner there were 23 points and 8 assists from DeMar DeRozan, accompanied by 20 goals from Keldon Johnson and a perfect night from Jakob Poeltl: 14 points, 12 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 blocks and 7-7 from the field. On the Atlanta side, there were 25 points in 23 minutes for Trae Young and 20 points for rookie Skylar Mays.

Dallas Mavericks 143 – New Orleans Pelicans 130


Round night for Dallas, beating the Pelicans 143-130 at the hands of its two main stars: 46 points, 12 assists and 8 rebounds for Luka Doncic, added to 36 points by Kristaps Porzingis. Dallas made 25 3s, establishing a new franchise mark. On the side of the Pelicans, 36 points from Zion Williamson appeared, within a very negative context for Van Gundy’s, especially because of the image left in defense.

Chicago Bulls 106 – LA Clippers 125


After an even first half (58-54 Clippers), Tyronn Lue’s men broke the parity in the second half and ended up beating Chicago 125-106. Kawhi Leonard was the figure of the winner with 33 points, while Marcus Morris brought in 20 points from the bench. In the Bulls they did not reach 26 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists from a Zach LaVine who is still on.

Boston Celtics 102 – Detroit Pistons 108


Another huge hit from the Pistons, beating Boston 108-102. Casey’s men only seem to allow themselves victories against the best teams in the league, including twice against these Celtics. This time they got it from the hand of a dream performance by rookie Saddiq Bey: 30 points, 12 rebounds and 7-7 in triples in 27 minutes. For Boston there were 33 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists from Jayson Tatum and 27 points from Jaylen Brown.

Denver Nuggets 97 – Oklahoma City Thunder 95


Unlike their recent win over Cleveland, Denver takes very little more than the result of its game against a casualty-ridden Oklahoma City. Michael Malone’s men did not play well, but ended up winning 97-95, to improve their record in the season to 14-11. OKC, meanwhile, fell to 10-15 with their third loss in a row. For the winner there were 22 points, 13 rebounds and 9 assists from Jokic, while Murray accompanied him with 22 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists. The best of the Thunder was Justin Jackson who brought in 20 points from the bench with a 7-11 from the court

Utah Jazz 129 – Milwaukee Bucks 115


If anyone had any doubts as to which is the best team in the NBA right now, Utah’s 129-115 over Milwaukee should help convince those last few skeptics. The Jazz added another wonderful night, improved to 21-5 (the best in the league) and now have 17 wins in the last 18 games. Rudy Gobert was the figure of the game with his 27 points, 12 rebounds, 4 blocks and 9-12 from the field, while Joe Ingles was not far behind with another 27 points and 7-9 in triples. Giannis Antetokounmpo added 29 points and 15 rebounds, but most of his production came with the game little less than defined.

Los Angeles Lakers 115 – Memphis Grizzlies 105


This time the Lakers did not wait until extra time to show their best version and although they started with a -15 in the first quarter, ending up beating Memphis 115-105. Anthony Davis returned and shone with 35 points and 9 rebounds, while LeBron James added 28 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists.. The Grizzlies’ leading scorer was Grayson Allen with 23 points and 6-10 on triples.

Portland Trail Blazers 129 – Cleveland Cavaliers 110


Portland continues to add victims at home and this time they beat Cleveland 129-110, with another great game from Carmelo Anthony with 23 points in 20 minutes, after what had been his fourth decisive period on Thursday against the 76ers. In the winner there were also 26 from Gary Trent Jr, 21 plus 13 rebounds from Enes Kanter and 20 plus 9 assists from Damian Lillard. For the Cavaliers they did not reach 25 points from Collin Sexton.

Sacramento Kings 112 – Orlando Magic 123


Orlando gave another of the surprises of the day and beat this irregular Sacramento by 123-112, with a Nikola Vucevic’s sublime game: 42 points and 9 rebounds, thanks to a tremendous 17-22 from the court. De’Aaron Fox did not play for the Kings due to a knee injury and the leading scorer turned out to be Buddy Hield with 19 points.

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