NBA: Nikola Jokic leads Denver to win over Huston, Lakers lose to Pacers



by   |  VIEW 214

NBA: Nikola Jokic leads Denver to win over Huston, Lakers lose to Pacers

During the night, ten games were played in the NBA league, and Nikola Jokic continued to excel and showed that this season he will be among the main candidates for the MVP trophy. This time, the Serbian center was phenomenal in Denver's 129:113 victory over Houston.

Jokic had more points (32) than minutes played (27), and he rounded off a great game with 12 rebounds and 8 assists. Kevin Durant (45 points, 7 rebounds) in Brooklyn's victory over Orlando 109:102, Devin Booker (44 points, 8 rebounds, 6 steals) in Phoenix's victory over Sacramento 122:117, and Kristaps Porzingis ( 41 points) in Washington's triumph over Minnesota 142:127.

The most exciting match ended a few minutes ago, and the LA Lakers and Indiana played in it. The Lakers led from the beginning until the very end of the match. In the last quarter, they had a plus of 17, and 20.9 seconds before the end of the game, the Lakers led 115:113, and Indiana had the last attack.

First, 5.6 seconds before the end, Myles Turner missed a three-pointer for the win, but Tyrese Haliburton caught the ball in the attack and passed to Andrew Nembhard, who hit a three-pointer from a very difficult position to win with the sound of the siren.

Anthony Davis was the most efficient with 25 points, 6 assists, and 13 rebounds, Russell Westbrook had 24 points, 4 rebounds, and 6 assists, LeBron James scored 21 points with 7 rebounds, and Reaves scored 13 points. In the ranks of the Pacers, 24 points, 7 rebounds, and 14 assists for Tyris Haliburton, 23 points were given by Benedikt Maturin, 16 by Aaron Nesmith, 15 and 13 rebounds by Myles Turner, and 15 and 4 rebounds by Buddy Hield, while Andrew Nembhard scored 12 points.

A spectacular game took place in Sacramento, where the Kings were defeated by the Phoenix Suns with a score of 122:117. This is the Sacramento Kings' third straight loss, coming after a seven-game winning streak, while the Suns are in top form with five straight victories.

Devin Booker was fantastic with 44 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists, which is his personal record this season, followed by Deandre Ayton with 17 points and 13 rebounds, while Lee had 15, and Bridges had 13 with 8 rebounds and 7 assists.

and 11 points was the performance of Torey Craig. As for the Kings, Malik Monk scored 30 points, Hurter had 18 with 7 rebounds, Domantas Sabonis scored 17 points, 9 rebounds, and 10 assists, and Murray, Fox, and Davis scored 11 points each.

Other results:

  • Philadelphia - Atlanta 104:101,
  • Boston - Charlotte 140:105,
  • Toronto - Cleveland 100:88,
  • New Orleans - Oklahoma City 105:101,
  • Utah - Chicago 107:114.