The Washington Wizards, led by Russell Westbrook, beat the guest Indiana Pacers 154-141 in Monday’s North American Basketball League (NBA) game with more than 20 rebounds and assists.
Westbrook scored 14 points, 21 rebounds and 24 assists. His career tripled to a triple of 178, only three times behind Oscar Robertson, who ranked first in the permanent rankings. This is the third game in NBA history. One of the players scored 20 rebounds and assists. Among them, Westbrook and the legendary Wilt Chamberlain were competent in the previous two games.
Utah, the league’s first state, confidently defeated San Antonio, who won for the fourth consecutive time. The best Jazz to improve the balance of victory to 47/18 are Croatia’s Bojan Bogdanovic (25 points) and France’s Rudy Gobert (24).
Stephen Curry led the Golden State Warriors to New Orleans with 41 points. Young star Zion Williamson contributed 32 points.
Defending champion Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James struggled again with an ankle problem and stood with Denver, but still managed to break his three-game losing streak. James has missed 20 games recently due to an injury. This time the Californians can’t count on Dennis Schröder of Germany. Due to the coronavirus, he will certainly not be able to play for a week. The Nuggets are still ranked last after five victories, but they are already sixth in the Western Conference in the playoffs.
Washington Wizards-Indiana Pacers 154-141
Detroit Pistons-Orlando Magic 112-119
New Orleans Pelicans-Golden State Warriors 108-123
Atlanta Hawks-Portland Trail Blazers 123-114
Chicago Bulls-Philadelphia 76ers 94-106
Memphis Grizzlies-New York Knicks 104-118
Los Angeles Lakers-Denver Nuggets 93-89
Utah Jazz-San Antonio Spurs 110-99