Isaiah Hammerstein made his best game of the season in the fifth victory of the L.A. Clippers in a row. The Hawks lose on, Gianni Antetokounmpo has led the Bucks to a laborious victory against a Trivalent the east.
Philadelphia 76ers (8-4) — Milwaukee Bucks (5-6) 109: 118 (Box score)
The 76ers also supply in heavily decimated form still an uphill battle as the day before against the Knicks. The reigning champ has the game decided in the fourth quarter where Philly marked only 16 points. For the Bucks Gianni Antetokounmpo was again the superior man with 31 points and 16 rebounds with 12/26 from the field, but he hit only 13.7 free throws. This points haul Tyree Malay could keep up on the opposite side and was even slightly more efficient (12/24 FG, 4/9 3P). With Joel Embed, Tobias Harris and Matisse Thule in COVID-19 protocols, Seth Curry struck with a foot injury and Ben Simmons further away sat Doc Rivers effectively to a rotation of seven players, the eighth man Charles Basses was less than five minutes on the field. Milwaukee went on without Done Vincenzo, Brook Lopez and Chris Middleton, however, the replacement starter Grayson Allen (25, 5/9 3P) and Bobby Ports (19, 10 rebounds, 4.8 3P) gave again a good figure from. True Holiday is offensive not returned to the form of (4/14 FG) but made with 7 rebounds, 6 assists and 2 each block and steals useful.
Useful for the Mixers went Georges Ni ang coming once repented 21 points at 5/7 3P from the bank. Andre Drummond (17, 8/13 FG) took his 20 rebounds on the offensive board 7, only Furman Workman (5) is not met barn for the hosts (2/18 FG, 1/12 3P). The Bucks have so six times defeated the Mixers in a row.
Utah Jazz (8-3) — Atlanta Hawks (4-8) 110: 98 (Box score)
The false start of the Hawks in the season continues, Atlanta ran from the second quarter, only a residue behind. Led by Donovan Mitchell with 27 points (11/20 FG, 11.5 3P) Utah went shortly before the break with +18 lead and held Atlanta mostly on double-digit distance. The Hawks shortened right at the start of the third quarter quickly to -3 before Utah pulled away again. This Atlanta 18/35 hit from downtown, for which especially the trio Kevin Hunter (28, 6/9 3P), Trade Young (27, 11.5) and Cam Reddish (16, 4/6 3P) was responsible. Otherwise, contributed the Hawks but only Clint Capella with his usual double-double (13, 12 rebounds) with more than 7 points, the weak John Collins got together (3/11). The Hawks missed their two starters Bogdan Bogdanović (ankle) and DE Andre Hunter (wrist). On the strong rate of three Hawks Utah answered with a superior rate from the field, the Jazz hit 50.6 percent of their throws. Five players came for them to double-digits, including Jordan Clarkson (16, 4/9 3P) by the bank coming. Properly pale only Joe Singles was 2 meters, Rudy Robert (9, 14 rebounds) standing with foul problems only 24 minutes on the floor.
L.A. Clippers (6-4) — Portland Trail Blazers (5-6) 117: 109 (Box score)
The Clippers survived a late gasp by Damian Lillard and the Blazers and thus won their fifth consecutive game. The reigning player of the week in the West Paul George was the top scorer of his team with 24 points (10/24), 9 rebounds and 7 assists, which he after the game with a cool shower from the also strong Reggie Jackson (23, 10.5 3P, 6 assists) was rewarded. Portland led in the second half, only once, a residue of -12 in the final section but shortened Yusuf Turkic (15, 13 rebounds, 6 assists) with a triple almost three and a half minutes to go again to -3. Previously Lillard was warmed up, making it after a shaky start was (27, 4.13 3P) still top scorer of the game. 0 runs, making Portland ran out of time: then, however, the Clippers went on an 8th On this run Nicolas Datum was involved with a hit from downtown, the Frenchman hit 5.6 triples in the second half and finished the game with 22 points in only nine litters. Isaiah Hammerstein made his best game of the season with 14 points (6/7 FG) in just 17 minutes off the bench coming, plus he fell with smart passports (3 assists) and two offensive rebounds, but made also 4 fouls in a short time, however, Portland is still waiting for its first away win after five such games. Despite full strength the Blazers failed, partly because too little of C.J. McCollum (13, 6/15 FG) came and contributed none of the reservists more than 8 points. Norman Powell made a good match with 23 points at 05.06 from a distance.
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