The Houston Rockets ranked 20th in the North American Professional Basketball Championship (NBA) series. On the last day of the game, he lost 114-112 to the Oklahoma City Thunder in a guest appearance.
The Rockets’ loss series ranks ninth in the NBA’s permanent rankings and is the longest such cycle since the Philadelphia 76ers’ 28-loss series in the 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 seasons.
They did a great job:
The defending champion Los Angeles Lakers played the second biggest star of the season without an injured LeBron James this season, and as in the first game of this kind, he has now been eliminated. This time the Lakers are still guests of the Phoenix Suns 111-94. Devin Booker and Deand Arton contributed 26 points for the home team, becoming the sixth basketball player in NBA history to reach 10,000 assists.
The Brooklyn Nets also defeated the Washington Wizards with 28 points from Kyrie Irving and James Harden with 26 points, while the Dallas Mavericks defeated Portland with 37 points from Luka Doncic.
In the fierce battle in Philadelphia, after overtime, he proved to be a little better than the host New York, so since December 2017, he has defeated the Knicks 15 times in a row.
In Denver, Nikola Jokic’s 11th season triple-double was not enough for the hosts to play against the New Orleans Pelicans. The guests beat Brandon Ingram and Zion Williamson by 30-30 points to 113-108.
Houston Rockets-Oklahoma City Thunder 112-114
Phoenix Suns-Los Angeles Lakers 111-94
Brooklyn Nets-Washington Wizards 113-106
Portland Trail Blazers-Dallas Mavericks 92-132
New York Knicks-Philadelphia 76ers 100-101-after overtime
Denver Nuggets-New Orleans Pelicans 108-113
Miami Heat, Indiana Pacers 106-109-after overtime
Boston Celtics-Orlando Magic 112-96
Cleveland Cavaliers-Toronto Raptors 116-105
Detroit Pistons-Chicago Bulls 86-100