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- Orlando Magic (18-50) – Minnesota Timberwolves (38-30) 118: 110 (Boxscore)
- Atlanta Hawks (32-34) – L.a. Clippers (35-34) 112: 106 (Boxscore)
- Boston Celtics (41-27) – Detroit Pistons (18-49) 114: 103 (Boxscore)
Orlando Magic (18-50) – Minnesota Timberwolves (38-30) 118: 110 (Boxscore)
- The Wolves seemed on the way to their first winning streak of seven games since 2004, but Orlando and Mo Bamba obviously had something against it. The Big Man made a monster game with 27 points, 12 rebounds and 2 blocks at 10/15 FG and 5/8 from Downtown, his last 5 meters caused the decision.
* In the final minute Bamba was launched at a guide of +3 only a free threesome of Jalen Suggs, then Wendell Carter Jr. found him to the Alley-Oop. The comeback of the Magic was perfect! Minnesota continuously led to the second quarter with +18 and until the end of the third quarter, but Orlando laid a 12-0 run and a little later suddenly led to +12. The Wolves made it exciting again, but ultimately lost the race against time.
* In addition to Bamba, Carter Jr. (20, 10 Rebounds, 5 Assists) Excellent, Moritz Wagner played 18 points (5/8 FG) and 6 rebounds in just 13 minutes from the bench and grabbed his team again and again. The Rookies Suggs (5, 4 Assists) and Franz Wagner (8, 0/4 3P, 4 Assists) paid apprenticeship.
* On the other side, Anthony Edwards was the TopScorer with 25 points at 9/19 FG and 5 assists. Karl-Anthony Towns (21, 13 rebounds) scored well when he stood on the field and packed two poster drunks, but had to spend a lot of time on the bench due to early Foulstrouble (3 in the first quarter). Pat Beverley sank 3 of its first 4 triple trials before replaced with 3 fouls in 4 minutes and no longer returned to the parquet.
Atlanta Hawks (32-34) – L.a. Clippers (35-34) 112: 106 (Boxscore)
- With six Hawks in Double Digits Atlanta secured a team win against the strong guests from Los Angeles. Trae Young led all players with 27 points (10/12 ft) and 11 assists, Kevin Huertler (16, 4/8 3P) and Danilo Gallinari (13, 3/7 3P) worried most of Atlanta Threesomes.
- The Hawks had a total of only 9/31 from outside (29 percent), but thanks to 15 offensive books and only 10 turnover significantly more degrees than their opponents. Atlanta led early in the second quarter with up to 11 points, but the game remained even close to the end.
- For this, Ivica Zubac with 24 points (10/13 FG), 12 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks, Reggie Jackson moved to 23 (3/8 3P) and 5 assists at 5 Turnover. Isaiah Hartenstein (2) played just under 12 minutes because he fouls three times in his first two minutes. Marcus Morris Sr. (12) was thrown in the third quarter with two technical fouls in succession from the game.
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Boston Celtics (41-27) – Detroit Pistons (18-49) 114: 103 (Boxscore)
- The pistons were still expensive than for several weeks, but against Jayson Tatum in his current constitution is not much to align. Compared to his recent shows, he made a rather quiet game, which still handed up for 31 points (13/27) and 6 assists.
- Cade Cunningham was equally equal to the duel with Tatum, but the Celtics, but with the no.1-pick on the bank at the beginning of the fourth quarter, grabbed a larger lead and barely melted. Cunningham (27, 10/27 FG, 6 assists) seemed to go out at the end of the air against the outstanding defense of Boston, which was still noticeably attracted in the final phase.
- The difference was clearly recognizable after the Celtics defensive the first three quarters had a little inaccurate and unconquented and never led there with more than 4 points. Detroit only met 2/15 out of the field in the last twelve minutes and let the Celtics bring the victory into dry cloths.
- In addition to Cunningham, Jerami Grant (6/17 FG) and Marin Bagley (11 Rebounds, 4 Turnover) participated in the resistance that made Detroit. For Boston, Jaylen Brown (22, 1/8 3P, 4 Assists) and Marcus Smart (20, 6/10 FG) supplied support. Smart also played 5 assists and listed 5 steads. Daniel Theis stayed without points in almost 11 minutes (0/1 FG, 3 rebounds).