The Warriors are resting

New NBA day before Thanksgiving (a night with no games) with up to 12 games played and different results for the teams at the top and those at the bottom. The loss-plagued Sixers are still in the doldrums, as are some Raptors who fell to the Nets’ best Kyrie Irving of the season. The Warriors are resting, and the Wolves, with 5 consecutive victories, have the best streak in the North American competition. Also, Luka Dončić gives in to the power of the Garden, and the Nuggets, Cavaliers, Hawks, Heat and Bulls add victories against Giannis. All that and much more, in the summary of the day:

CHARLOTTE HORNETS 107 – 101 PHILADELPHIA SIXERS

The Sixers blamed the effort on Tuesday, when they beat the Nets in Ben Simmons’ return game in Philadelphia, and this Wednesday they lost to the Hornets led by Terry Rozier (22 points and 6 assists). Without Joel Embiid, James Harden and Tyrese Maxey due to injuries, Shake Milton led the Sixers with 22 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists in a game where neither team hit 30% from 3-point range.

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 114 – 96 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

With four straight losses, the Blazers have lost much of their momentum in the early weeks of the season and are on their knees against some Cavaliers this Wednesday led by Donovan Mitchell (34 points) and assisted by Darius Garland (24, with 12 assists). Cavs go to 4 consecutive victories. Jusuf Nurkic (22 points and 6 rebounds) led some Blazers in which Damian Lillard is still injured.

INDIANA PACERS 101 – 115 MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES

Others who also had their winning streak snapped were the Pacers, who lost to the Timberwolves after going on a five-game winning streak, something their rivals are now doing. The joy has changed the neighborhood as it is now the Wolves who have won five games in a row. Dominican American Karl-Anthony Towns had a triple-double performance (23 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists), while the Pacers were led by Myles Turner (31 points and 7 rebounds).

ATLANTA HAWKS 115 – 106 SACRAMENTO KINGS

After seven consecutive victories, something they haven’t managed since 2004. The Kings fell to the Hawks who dominated this game from start to finish thanks to Trae Young (35 points and 7 assists), a star in a state of grace. With Sacramento, Malik Monk was the best with 27 points.

BOSTON CELTICS 125 – 112 DALLAS MAVERICKS

Luka Dončić falls in the Garden despite the last attempt to come back. See the chronicle here.

MIAMI HEAT 113 – 105 WASHINGTON WIZARDS

The Heat bounced back from four straight losses and they beat the Wizards led by Kyle Lowry who scored 28 points. Kyle Kuzma was the leading scorer for the visiting team with 33 points despite a poor 2 of 13 3-pointers.

TORONTO RAPTORS 98 – 112 BROOKLYN NETS

Juancho Hernangómez is enjoying minutes in Kyrie Irving’s stellar performance. See the chronicle here.

MILWAUKEE BUCKS 113 – 118 CHICAGO BULLS

A three-pointer by Coby White and another by Nikola Vučević, both in the last minute, gave the Bulls a valuable victory on the road at Milwaukee just after the loss of the Celtics in the previous game. Giannis Anteokounmpo had 36 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists, but DeMar DeRozan responded to the Greek in the Bulls with 36 points and 8 assists. The Spanish Congolese Serge Ibaka did not play in the Bucks.

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER 126 – 121 DENVER NUGGETS (PROD.)

By overtime and with the great Nikola Jokić (39 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists) they were The Nuggets beat the Thunder in Oklahoma and thus climb to second place in the Western Conference. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander continued his great season with the Thunder, adding 31 points, 7 rebounds and 11 assists.

SAN ANTONIO SPURS 110 – 129 NEW ORLEANS PELICANS

Zion Williamson is out and the Pelicans are establishing themselves at the top of the West. See the chronicle here.

UTAH JAZZ 116 – 125 DETROIT PISTONS

Bojan Bogdanović with 23 points shone in his return to Utah, so the Pistons unexpectedly and deservedly defeated the Jazzers, who are one of the revelations of the season, but who received an indisputable 12 of 24 three-pointers from their opponents. very precise on the outside. Malik Beasley led the home team with 29 points.

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 124 – 107 LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS

After the incredible beating against the Pelicans, the Warriors had no mercy on some of the Clippers without Kawhi Leonard or Paul George and very comfortably cruised to victory thanks to Andrew Wiggins’ 31 points. In the Clippers who arrived in San Francisco with three consecutive victories, Marcus Morris stood out (19 points).

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