It’s funny for Denver, Boston and Utah, not Cleveland

After an evening rest, thirteen matches were scheduled for Wednesday evening to prepare for the US midterm elections. Overall, the favorites didn’t disappoint, except for two: Cleveland and Dallas. Donovan Mitchell’s Cavaliers (38 points) suffered their second straight loss at Sacramento. The Mavericks fell to Orlando, and Luca Donzi, who had 24 points, fell short of 30 points for the first time this season.

The Bucks traveled to Oklahoma City without Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jrue Holiday, but with a fiery Jevon Carter (36 points, 12 assists) won after two overtimes. While the Hawks lost to Utah, the Celtics beat the Pistons with a great Kilian Hayes (16 points). The Jazz, like Boston, are now on a four-game winning streak. Another team with four straight wins: Denver. Nikola Jokic was hamstrung by his five fouls, but the Nuggets and two-time MVP avoided the Pacers’ trap.

The Pelicans overcame their awkward 3-pointer to knock off the highly inconsistent Bulls, and the Blazers picked up another win over the Hornets. Charlotte’s slump continues, now six straight … Memphis also eliminated San Antonio, which is underperforming with five straight losses. Evan Fournier (6 points) and the Knicks fell behind a dominant Kevin Durant (29 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists).

Funny sequence in Minnesota where the Wolves beat Phoenix and played four against five possessions on defense! D’Angelo Russell almost forgot to play… Rudy Gobert (25 points, 11 rebounds) and his family are having a tough time, losing five of their last six games. Finally, Nicolas Batum’s Clippers (two points) won the Los Angeles derby against the Lakers. In addition to the loss, LeBron James is suffering from injuries…

  • Charlotte-Portland: 95-105
  • Indiana-Denver: 119-122
  • Orlando-Dallas: 94-87
  • Atlanta-Utah: 119-125
  • Boston-Detroit: 128-112
  • Brooklyn-New York: 112-85
  • Toronto-Houston: 116-109
  • Chicago-New Orleans: 111-115
  • Minnesota-Phoenix: 117-129
  • Oklahoma City – Milwaukee: 132-136 (after double overtime)
  • San Antonio – Memphis: 122-124 (after overtime)
  • LA Clippers-LA Lakers: 114-101
  • Sacramento-Cleveland: 127-120

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