The Golden State Warriors defeated the Utah Jazz, the top leader of the North American Basketball League (NBA), 131-119 on Sunday.
For the home team, Draymond Green is the 26th triple-double in the NBA: He scored 11 points, scored 12 rebounds and 12 assists, helping to break the team’s four-game losing streak.
Warriors leader Stephen Curry scored 32 points and succeeded in 6 of 9 attempts from beyond the arc. After winning the triathlon at the All-Star Gala last week, he scored 1/8 in the last clash with the Los Angeles Clippers, but it is now a good goal. By the way, Curry has scored 4854 assists in his career, and only one assistant has pushed Guy Rodgers to the top of the list.
The Philadelphia 76ers lost Joel Embiid (Joel Embiid) on Friday, which lasted about two weeks, and now is the first time they have won without the Cameroonian giants. The team defeated the San Antonio Spurs in a home environment in front of 3071 spectators.
In the finals last year, the Miami Heat found themselves more and more after the initial hardship, this time they won at the home of Florida’s opponent Orlando Magic. Led by Jimmy Butler (29 points, 9 assists, 7 rebounds) and Taylor Harrow (22 points, 8 rebounds), the Heat have won 10 of the last 11 games.
After a brief outbreak (5 victories in 7 games), the 2019 champion Toronto Raptors went up and down again, losing for the fifth time in a row, this time as a guest of the Chicago Bulls. Due to the pandemic, the Canadian Guard is temporarily unable to receive its opponents in their homes.
Basketball, NBA, Sunday game day results:
Orlando Magic, Miami Heat 97-102
Atlanta Hawks-Cleveland Cavaliers 100-82
Houston Rockets-Boston Celtics 107-134
Minnesota Timberwolves-Portland Trail Blazers 114-112
Chicago Bulls-Toronto Raptors 118-95
New Orleans Pelicans-Los Angeles Clippers 135-115
Oklahoma City Thunder-Memphis Grizzlies 128-122
Golden State Warriors (Utah) Jazz 131-119
Philadelphia 76ers-San Antonio Spurs 134-99