Regular season: Milwaukee loses again, Boston continues

Another loss for the Milwaukee Bucks. During the night from Friday to Saturday as part of the NBA regular season, the franchise lost on the floor of the San Antonio Spurs (111-93). Second loss in last three games. Keldon Johnson (29 points), or Devin Wassel (22 points) and Jakob Poeltel (15 points, 10 rebounds) led by injuries and the visitors again decreased. So it was able to be utilized, Especially in the absence of Giannis Antetokounmpo, a strained left knee, or even June Holiday with an ankle injury.. In Milwaukee, Khris Middleton, Pat Connaughton and Joe Ingles are still missing, while Grayson Allen got sick just before this game. Jevon Carter (21 points) and Brook Lopez (19 points) were not enough. San Antonio took control of this meeting, starting in the first quarter, and then caught up. Spurs capitalized on the opportunity to record their fifth straight win. As for the Bucks, they maintain their position as leaders in the Eastern Conference standings.

The Celtics carried Tatum

Five for Boston. The Celtics recorded their fifth straight victory after a good performance by the Denver Nuggets (131-112). Thanks to Jayson Tatum, who scored 34 points and 30 units or more for the seventh time this season, or Jaylen Brown and his 25 units. Al Horford, Grant Williams and Peyton Pritchard also contributed to this final result. At the same time, it’s the end of the streak for Denver, who are on a four-game winning streak. The Nuggets were ahead on the scoreboard, but only early in the game. Despite a huge resistance throughout this meeting, the franchise had to capitulate at the end of this match. Like Aaron Gordon (17 points, 8 rebounds), Nikola Jokic (29 points) was not enough.

Curry is still responding for the Warriors

Stephen Curry made the difference by himself, or almost. With 40 points, he was instrumental in the victory of his Golden State Warriors franchise against the Cleveland Cavaliers (106-101). Golden State’s second straight win after five straight losses. Curry was more valuable, especially in the fourth and final quarter. The period in which the main interested party has won 18 of his 40 points. Especially in the last 78 seconds, including a three-point basket to tie the game 98-98, just 1’18 “from the buzzer. On the opposite side, Donovan Mitchell came close to a triple-double (29 points, 10 rebounds, 9 assists) for the third time in a row after eight straight wins. Not enough to avoid defeat.

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