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Irving was on fire!


On the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, as part of the NBA regular season, the Phoenix Suns returned to success at the Orlando Magic (99-102). Just like the Brooklyn Nets at the Charlotte Hornets (99-102) with 50 points from Kyrie Irving.

Game of the Night: Orlando Magic v Phoenix Suns

We had to wait until the very end of the match. Finally, on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, as part of the NBA regular season, the Phoenix Suns won on the floor of the Orlando Magic (99-102). A victory made possible thanks to a final counter, in the very last seconds of this meeting, achieved by Mikal Bridges, while the locals had still managed to lead 97-96. At the arrival, the Suns, who remained on a setback on the side of Milwaukee, revive therefore and thus consolidate more than ever their first place in the Western Conference standings, under the leadership in particular of Deandre Ayton, best scorer in his franchise but also best scorer of this meeting, with a double-double at the key and personal statistics of 21 points, 19 rebounds and 1 assist.

The MVP of the night: Kyrie Irving (Brooklyn Nets)

It was his party! On the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, as part of the NBA regular season, American international point guard Kyrie Irving, now 29, largely finished as the top scorer in his Brooklyn Nets franchise, which ended imposed on the floor of the Charlotte Hornets (121-132), and this meeting, with personal statistics of 50 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists. Irving is simply the only Brooklyn Nets player to score at least 50 points more than once. In this case, it was the third time in his career. This victory is more than precious for the Nets, who remained on a series of four defeats in a row. Brooklyn ranks eighth in the Eastern Conference.

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The flop of the night: Los Angeles Clippers

And two. After five straight wins, the Los Angeles Clippers have just recorded their second loss in a row. On the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, as part of the NBA regular season, the franchise based in the State of California lost on the floor of the Golden State Warriors (112-97). A setback which thus revives the locals who remained, for their part, on five defeats in a row. However, it was the visitors who took matters into their own hands, from the outset, even if the debates were quickly balanced. Behind, in the second quarter, the Warriors then took off, to count up to 20 points ahead. A lead that grew after the break and it was therefore natural and easy that Golden State then spun to victory.

The French of the night: Nicolas Batum (Los Angeles Clippers)

Several French people were out on the NBA courts, as part of the regular season, on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday. Even if, at the end, there is therefore defeat, on the floor of the Golden State Warriors (112-97), Nicolas Batum, resident of the Los Angeles Clippers, is the one who came out the best, but d from an accounting point of view. With personal statistics of 17 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 steals, the Habs even finished fourth best scorer of this meeting but also and above all best scorer of his franchise. However, that was not enough to prevent his people from recording a second loss in a row. This is his first big game, from an offensive point of view, since February 16.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2022
Charlotte Hornets- Brooklyn Nets : 121-132
Indiana Pacers- Cleveland Cavaliers : 124-127
Orlando Magic- Phoenix Suns : 99-102
Memphis Grizzlies –New Orleans Pelicans: 132-111
>>> Yves Pons (MEM) (2 points (1/1 on shots, 0/0 to 3pts and 0/0 on free throws), 1 rebound, 0 assist, 0 foul, 0 interception, 0 lost ball and 0 against in 6 minutes of play).
>>> Kevin Tillie (MEM) (0 point (0/5 in shots, 0/5 in 3pts and 0/0 in free throws), 2 rebounds, 0 assist, 1 foul, 0 interception, 2 lost balls and 1 against in 8 minutes of play).

Oklahoma City Thunder- Milwaukee Bucks : 115-142
>>> Théo Maledon (OKC) (4 points (1/3 on shots, 0/2 to 3pts and 2/3 on free throws), 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 0 fouls, 0 interceptions, 3 lost balls and 1 against in 14 minutes of play).
>>> Olivier Sarr (OKC) (3 points (1/3 on shots, 1/1 to 3pts and 0/0 on free throws), 0 rebounds, 0 assists, 1 foul, 0 interceptions, 1 lost ball and 2 blocks in 11 minutes of play).

Golden State Warriors –Los Angeles Clippers: 112-97
>>> Nicolas Batum (LAC) (17 points (6/11 on shots, 3/7 on 3pts and 2/5 on free throws), 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 fouls, 2 steals, 0 lost ball and 0 against in 27 minutes of play).

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