NBA summary: Jokic crushes, Curry is injured and Herro plays the hero

Nikola Jokic crushed some ruinous Washington Wizards

this wednesday in which Stephen Curry left injured in some Golden State Warriors who continue to suffer on the road while Tyler Herro hit the game-winning shot for the Miami Heat.


43 points (17 of 20 shooting), 14 rebounds, 8 rebounds and 5 steals. That was the impressive service sheet of a gigantic Jokic that further depressed a Wizards sunk with eight straight losses.

Without Bradley Beal and Kristaps Porzingis, Washington held on to Kyle Kuzma’s 24 points without success.


The Stephen Curry’s left shoulder injurysensational until then (38 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists in 30 minutes), clouded even more a new black night of the Golden State Warriors away from homewhere they accumulate a terrible 2-13.

Tyrese Haliburton (29 points and 6 assists) was the benchmark for some Pacers who were winning by 25 points in the second quarterwho made 50.6% of their shots and who took advantage of Golden State’s 24 turnovers.

THUNDER 108 – HEAT 110

With a shot with 5 seconds to go, Tyler Herro, who finished the match with 35 points, was the hero of the Miami Heat in their assault on Oklahoma Citywho has lost four games in a row.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who missed the shot that would have forced the Thunder into overtime, had 27 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists.


Julius Randle (31 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists) and Jalen Brunson (30 points and 7 assists) extended the flight of the New York Knicks, who added their fifth consecutive victory by defeating the Chicago Bulls in overtime.

DeMar DeRozan (32 points) was the best of some Bulls who have not quite found their rhythm this season.


Donovan Mitchell (34 points with 6 triples) led a group of six players to over 10 points as the Cleveland Cavaliers took Dallas with a very choral and balanced performance.

Luka Doncic (30 points and 6 assists) led a Mavericks who were already down 23 points before the break and only made 39.2% of their shots.


In a fairly thick party, The Los Angeles Clippers got their act together in the fourth quarter (32-23) to take their third straight victory led by Kawhi Leonard (19 points and 8 rebounds) and Paul George (triple-double with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists)

In the Wolves, weighed down by the absences of Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell and who have lost three consecutive games, Anthony Edwards (19 points and 7 rebounds) and Rudy Gobert (11 points and 13 rebounds) stood out.

MAGIC 135 – HAWKS 124

With an amazing 50-22 in the first quarter, Orlando Magic, who broke their all-time scoring record in one period, added their fourth straight win by beating some troubled Atlanta Hawks (only one win in six games).

Franz Wagner (24 points) and Trae Young (19 points and 16 assists) stood out in Orlando and Atlanta, respectively.


The San Antonio Spurs’ streak of three consecutive victories -after having lost eleven consecutive games- came to an end this Wednesday with the visit of some Portland Trail Blazers led by a magnificent Damian Lillard once again (37 points with 7 of 14 in triples and 8 assists).

Keldon Johnson (25 points and 7 rebounds) led a Spurs who conceded 60.5% from the field from Portland.


With a 29-36 run in the last quarter of a close game, the Sacramento Kings left Toronto with a hard-fought victory thanks to De’Aaron Fox (27 points, 6 rebounds and 10 assists) and Domantas Sabonis (21 points, 20 rebounds and 7 assists).

Fred VanVleet’s 39 points and 8 rebounds were of no use to the Raptors.

Spaniard Juancho Hernangómez returned in Toronto after four games away with a sprained ankle and had 5 points, 5 rebounds and an assist in 24 minutes.


In a duel for everything low between the two worst teams in the East, Detroit Pistons beat Charlotte Hornets in overtimewhere LaMelo Ball returned (23 points and 11 assists).

Killian Hayes was close to the triple-double in Detroit (25 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists).

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NBA summary: Jokic crushes, Curry is injured and Herro plays the hero