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A crazy night and unstoppable Grizzlies!

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Crazy night this Thursday in the NBA with the boxes of Denver and OKC respectively facing Portland and Brooklyn on the floor of the Nets but also the eleventh consecutive success of Memphis, which continued its impressive series against the Wolves. In the clash of the night, Milwaukee, which was up to 39 points ahead of the Warriors, slapped Golden State in Wisconsin.

Crazy night in the NBA this Thursday. Only five matches were on the schedule but in their own way, they all gave a glimpse of why this championship does nothing like the others. Starting with the shock of the night and probable final announced for many this season, between Milwaukee and Golden State. Deprived of their leader Draymond Green and not helped in this match by a Stephen Curry not really on his plate (only 12 points, 4 out of 11 on shots), the Warriors bit the dust (118-99) on the floor of the Wisconsin players and a ruthless Giannis Antetokounmpo (30 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists, the first player in league history to return such a copy in less than thirty minutes of play) for this Dub Nation which only had the name Thursday.

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The Bucks return to success after two straight losses while Golden State suffered a second loss in a row. And yet, with a 39-point lead at the break for the Bucks, this evening could have turned into an outright humiliation for the San Francisco franchise. The Warriors avoided the rout, Brooklyn and Portland cannot say the same. Deprived of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, the Nets took on water at home (130-109) against Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s Thunder, who passed a monstrous triple-double (33 points, 10 rebounds, 9 passes).

Eleventh victory in a row for Memphis!

The Blazers have not emerged either, on the floor of Denver (140-108). Nikola Jokic (20 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists) did not even need to return to the field for the last quarter. Dirty evening also for the Clippers, corrected in New Orleans (113-89) by Pelicans carried by a gala Brandon Ingram (24 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds). The second victory in a row for the 12th in the Western Conference. But in terms of series, there is currently nothing to hope for against Memphis. Winner at home of Wolves on Thursday (116-108), the Grizzlies are now at eleven consecutive victories. What’s worse is that the team that recently ousted Utah from third place in the conference never gave the feeling of forcing Thursday. And if Ja Morant (16 points on 5 of 16 in shots, 9 assists, 8 rebounds) was far from delivering the match of his life, Desmond Bane (21 points) and Jaren Jackson Jr (20 points) knew how to take the match perfectly. relay.

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NBA 75 BASKETBALL – NBA / REGULAR SEASON
Thursday, January 13, 2022
Milwaukee Bucks – Golden State Warriors: 118 – 99
Memphis Grizzlies – Minnesota Timberwolves: 116 – 108
New Orleans Pelicans – LA Clippers: 113 – 89
Brooklyn Nets- Oklahoma City Thunder : 109 – 130
Denver Nuggets – Portland Trail Blazers: 140 – 108

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