NBA roundup: Warriors edge Giannis-less Bucks
Stephen Curry scored 41 focuses, remembering 30 for the subsequent half, and the Golden State Warriors mobilized late to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 122-121 on Tuesday in San Francisco.
Kelly Oubre Jr. had 19 focuses and Kent Bazemore added 18 as the Warriors finished a three-game losing streak in the opener of a stretch of four home games. Oubre gave the Warriors the lead on two free tosses with 7.7 seconds remaining. Brilliant State had lost seven of its past eight games.
Jrue Holiday scored 29 focuses and Khris Middleton added 28 as Milwaukee saw its three-game series of wins end. The Bucks were playing without driving scorer and rebounder Giannis Antetokounmpo for the second back to back game due to left knee irritation.
Birds of prey 123, Pelicans 107
Trae Young scored 30 focuses and started a 3-point shooting torrent as Atlanta crushed visiting New Orleans for its fourth consecutive success.
The Hawks were 20-for-31 for a season-high 64.5 percent from 3-point range, including a NBA-record 11-for-11 from significant distance in the second from last quarter. Atlanta started the night positioned rearward in the alliance in 3-point shooting (33.3 percent). The Hawks missed the mark concerning the establishment record of 70.6 percent 3-point shooting set in 1996 against Dallas.
New Orleans got Zion Williamson back in the setup after he missed three games with a hyper-extended right thumb. He scored 34 and expanded his dash of 20 or more guide games toward 25 straight.
Lakers 110, Raptors 101
Talen Horton-Tucker scored 17 focuses off the seat and visiting Los Angeles crushed Toronto in Tampa.
Markieff Morris added 15 focuses and snatched nine bounce back for the Lakers, who had lost their 11 past games with the Raptors. Previous Raptor Marc Gasol scored nine of his 13 focuses in the primary quarter and had nine bounce back, five helps and four squares for the Lakers.
Pascal Siakam scored 27 focuses for the Raptors, who had won their past two games. Chris Boucher added 19 focuses.
Bulls 113, Pacers 97
Nikola Vucevic had his most beneficial game since joining Chicago, contributing 32 focuses and 17 bounce back in the Bulls' success over injury-perplexed Indiana at Indianapolis.
Zach LaVine contributed with 19 focuses for the Bulls, who were opening a five-game outing.
Caris LeVert had a group high 20 focuses for the Pacers, who started the night without Domantas Sabonis (hyper-extended lower leg) and Malcolm Brogdon (stressed hip) and finished it without Myles Turner, who supported a hyper-extended lower leg in the second from last quarter.
76ers 106, Celtics 96
Joel Embiid got back to arrangement and got done with 35 focuses and six bounce back to lead Philadelphia to a success at Boston. The Sixers cleared the groups' three-game season arrangement.
Embiid, who passed on Philadelphia's Sunday misfortune to Memphis, played for the second time in the group's previous three games in the wake of passing on the past 10 because of a bone wound in his left knee.
Jayson Tatum was held scoreless in the primary quarter yet got done with 20 focuses to lead the Celtics.
Grizzlies 124, Heat 112
Dillon Brooks scored a season-high 28 focuses as visiting Memphis snapped Miami's four-game series of wins.
The Grizzlies likewise got 20 focuses and 10 bounce back from Jonas Valanciunas. On the disadvantage for Memphis, Ja Morant was offed the court and went to the storage space with a back physical issue late in the final quarter. He finished the night with 10 focuses on 3-of-8 shooting.
The Heat were driven by Bam Adebayo, who finished with a triple-twofold of 18 focuses, 10 bounce back and 10 helps. Jimmy Butler drove Miami in scoring with 28 focuses.
Pieces 134, Pistons 119
Nikola Jokic scored 27 focuses on 13-of-16 shooting from the floor and doled out 11 helps to lead have Denver to its 6th consecutive success, a defeat of Detroit.
The Nuggets procured their fifteenth triumph in the previous 18 games. Michael Porter Jr. furthermore, Will Barton scored 25 and 24 focuses, individually, for Denver. Jokic got eight bounce back.
Jerami Grant drove Detroit in his re-visitation of Denver, where he played in the 2019-20 season, posting 29 focuses, five bounce back and four helps. Saddiq Bey, who got done with 25 focuses, shot 6 of 12 from 3-guide range toward lead Detroit's 15-of-35 shooting from outside.
Trimmers 133, Trail Blazers 116
Paul George scored 24 of his game-high 36 focuses in the primary half and host Los Angeles drove by upwards of 26 focuses before the break on the way to a success over Portland.
Kawhi Leonard got done with 29 focuses, 12 bounce back and seven helps for the Clippers. Reggie Jackson added 23 focuses off the seat.
Norman Powell paced the Blazers with 32 focuses, and CJ McCollum added 24 focuses. With Jusuf Nurkic (right knee irritation) sitting out, Enes Kanter had 13 focuses and 15 bounce back.