Croatian basketball players spent a stable night in the NBA league. Bojan Bogdanović and Dario Šarić took part in above-average matches and their team won.
Utah defeated Chicago 113-106 and maintained its lead in the Western Conference. Bogdanovic scored 18 points and scored 8 rebounds this season. He shot 8/15 from the field, 1/4 three-pointers, hit the only free throw, and got an assist and a winning ball.
Ute’s first place was Donovan Mitchell, who had 26 points and Rudy Gobert had 19 points with 13 rebounds. The Bulls scored 26 points by Thaddeus Young, Zach LaVine scored 25 points, and Negolain Nikola Vučević scored 16 points.
Phoenix (Danijo Šarić) defeated Oklahoma City 140:103 with 11 points. Sibenik made a 4/9 field goal, made one of five three-pointers, averaged free throws, and had 3 rebounds and 2 assists.
Devin Booker led the Suns with 32 points, and the Thunder had two rookies-Frenchman Theo Malton (33 points) and Serbian Alexei Pkusevsky (20 points).
With this victory, Phoenix kept pace with the leading Uta and kept a distance from its followers in Los Angeles.