On the last day of the North American Professional Basketball Championship (NBA), the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers won 126-101 at the home court of the Brooklyn Nets.
After maintaining balance in the first half, the Lakers advanced after winning by 12 points (31-19) in the third quarter, further widening the gap in the final set. California team LeBron James and Anthony Davis are missing, and home team James Harden both missed the game. The eight Lakers players also scored at least 10 points.
Donovan Mitchell (Donovan Mitchell) contributed 42 points for Utah’s 40th victory, reaching the top of the field. The Jazz defeated the Sacramento Kings 128-112 this time. Mike Conley scored 26 points, Joe Ingles on the bench scored 20 points in the winning home team, and both players won five successful three consecutive championships.
Donovan Mitchell’s Giant Block:
Utah won its 24th victory in the national series, surpassing its opponents for the 11th time in the last 13 games of the league.
As the most successful basketball player in the field, Stephen Curry scored 38 points against the Houston Rockets against the Golden State Warriors 125-109. Since 2009, Curry has earned 17,765 points from GSW during his career, 18 points higher than the club’s record-setting legend Wilt Chamberlain’s 18,783 points.
Washington can’t stand the lack of missing key man Bradley Beal (Bradley Beal), his league average (30.9) in Phoenix, is his 134-106 with the Suns.
In the Wizards, Russell Westbrook (Russell Westbrook) ended this season with 22 doubles (17 points, 14 assists, 11 rebounds).
Gary Trent Jr. won a 135-115 Cleveland victory in Toronto with 44 career highs. The Raptors maintained the game throughout the first quarter after winning the 47-26th game-their players were eliminated at the time with a club record efficiency of 85%.
Enes Kanter scored a record-breaking 30 rebounds in Portland, which was the best game of the season, surpassing Detroit by 118-103. The Turkish Trail Blazers did not score 24 points.