November 28, 2021
Devin Booker scored 30 points as Phoenix Suns kept up and survived host Brooklyn Nets’ second-half comeback attempt, winning 113-107 on Saturday night and pushing the winning streak to 16 games. Did.
Sands continues to win the second longest streak in team history. By defeating the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday, Phoenix will be able to rival the 2006-07 team for the longest streak in franchise lore.
Chris Paul added 22 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Paul shot 19 9 and second recorded his 5,000th career rebound.
Kevin Durant led all scorers with 39 points, but Brooklyn saw four consecutive wins stop.
Timberwolves 121, 76ers 120 (2 OT)
Taurean Prince laid up with 4.8 seconds remaining to lift Minnesota beyond his host Philadelphia in the first match of 76ers star Joel Embiid since November 6th.
D’Angelo Russell led the Timberwolves with 35 points, while Karl-Anthony Towns added 28 points and 10 rebounds before fouling out. Anthony Edwards contributed 19 points and Nazlead scored 13 points. Jarred Vanderbilt swept 14 rebounds.
Embiid returned from his three-week absence from COVID-19, giving the Sixers 42 points and 14 rebounds. Embiid blocked the shot because he ran out of time on his second overtime.
Knicks 99, Hawks 90
Alec Burks, who made the first start of the season, scored the team’s best 23 points and visited New York to defeat Atlanta, triggering a decisive third-quarter run.
For Burks, who started with Kemba Walker in a series of second games, 23 points was the best of the season. Evan Fournier finished with 20 points, RJ Barrett added 15 points, and Obadiah Toppin scored 13 points from Knicks’ bench, which alternated between winning and losing in the last seven games.
Trae Young scored 33 points, Clint Capela scored 16 points, and the Hawks recorded the season’s highest 21 rebounds. John Collins added 12 points.
Rocket 146, Hornets 143 (OT)
Christian Wood scored 33 points and Houston finally postponed his visit to Charlotte, marking his first consecutive win of the season.
Houston won three of the 19 games this season, two of which came across a four-night span. It played against the Hornets team, who won eight of the last nine games.
Rockets sank 23 shots from a 3-point range. This was the night after Charlotte made 23 shots from the 3-point territory, consistent with the franchise’s record.
Heat 107, Bulls 104
Gabe Vincent got out of the bench and scored 20 points when Miami finished a four-game roadswing with a defeat in Chicago, combining a balanced attack and a stuffy defense.
The heat pushed the Bulls into 22 turnovers and Miami converted to 21 points. Combined with Chicago’s floor-to-floor shooting to just 38-of-81 and including 11-of-39 from a 3-point range, Heat defends for a victory that saved the .500 mark on a road trip. rode.
DeMar DeRozan led all scorers with 28 points in an 11-of-19 shot from the floor. Alex Caruso went 6-of-8 from the field, including 3-of-4 from the 3-point range on his way from the bench to 22 points.
Wizards 120, Mavericks 114
Bradley Beal scored 26 points and 7 assists, and when he visited Washington, he recovered from an 8-point half-time deficit and defeated Dallas.
Kyle Kuzma added 22 points and nine rebounds, and Washington lost five games in a row in Dallas. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 16 points as the six wizards reached double digits.
Dallas’ Luka Doncic led all scorers with 33 points and had 10 assists. Trey Burke scored 14 points and Kristaps Porzingis lacked with 13 points and 7 rebounds.
Cavaliers 105, Magic 92
Darius Garland scored the season’s highest 26 points with 11 assists, Jarrett Allen posted his double-double, and host Cleveland defeated Orlando for five consecutive games.
Garland became the fourth youngest player in franchise history, reaching 2,000 points when he sank a short baseline jumper, leaving 2:48 in the third quarter. Allen (8-9 shots) scored 12 out of 19 points in the first half, ending with 11 rebounds and helping Cleveland defeat Magic for the first time since March 3, 2019.
Magic, who advanced 8 to 32 from the 3-point range, lost 6 times in a row and lost 9 of the last 10 times. Of the 17 defeats in Orlando, 11 were double digits.
Jazz 127, Pelican 105
Donovan Mitchell scored 21 points, Mike Conley and Jordan Clarkson each added 20, and Utah rebounded from a recent disappointing performance at home to rout New Orleans in Salt Lake City.
Mitchell, Conley, Clarkson, Rudy Gay and Joe Ingles retaliated for Friday’s tragic last second 98-97 defeat as jazz shot 57.1 percent (35-20) from long range and 56.2 percent overall. Emitted at least 3 points each. To New Orleans.
Mitchell, who has been struggling to find a ditch lately, played as usual in the first half of Utah’s lead in command, scoring 17 points with 7-of-14 shots with 7 assists and 5 rebounds.
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