What a night Campazzo and Bolmaro had!

A forgettable Saturday. For one reason, for another. But cold, like that, forgettable. a little bit of Facundo Campazzonothing of Leandro Bolmarobeyond the results and the pleasure of being in the exclusive World NBA. But… At what price?

Pascal Siakam scored 33 points, Scottie Barnes added 25 and the Toronto Raptors they took off on the scoreboard in the final stages to defeat the Denver Nuggets 127-115 on Saturday, that they only gave Facu 1’13” of play (who did not move his scoresheet).

Chris Boucher added 21 points and 13 rebounds for the Raptors, while Barnes also had 10 assists and eight rebounds. Toronto posted its third win and improved to 5-5 since the All-Star break.

Nikola Jokic, meanwhile, had 26 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Nuggets. Bones Hyland added 17 points and Will Barton finished with 16 in his return from an ankle injury.

Nikola Jokic played a good game against Toronto but it was not enough for him.

Another win for the Wolves but…

For their part, Jaylen Nowell scored 16 points, Karl-Anthony Towns and Anthony Edwards added 15 points each and the Minnesota Timberwolves -with Leandro on the bench- defeated the Miami Heat 113-104. The Wolves have won seven of eight gameswhile the Heat lost their second meeting in the last three outings.

Tyler Herro scored 30 points for the Eastern Conference-leading Heat. Miami’s Markieff Morris had six points and four rebounds in 17 minutes off the bench in his first game in more than four months. He missed 58 games due to a cervical injury. The Heat played without star Jimmy Butler (sore toe), Caleb Martin (knee) and veteran Victor Oladipo (knee).

With Bolmaro on the bench, the Timberwolves won against Miami.

With Bolmaro on the bench, the Timberwolves won against Miami.

Saturday’s results

Chicago at Cleveland 101-91
Minnesota to Miami 113-104
Indiana at San Antonio 119-108
Golden State to Milwaukee 122-109
Toronto to Denver 127-115
Utah to Sacramento 134-125
Portland at Washington 127-118

NBA standings

Eastern Conference:

.1. Miami Heat (45-24)
.two. Milwaukee Bucks (42-26)
.3. Philadelphia 76ers (40-25)
.4. Bulls (41-26)
.5. Boston Celtics (41-27)
.6. Cleveland Cavaliers (38-29)
.7. Toronto Raptors (37-30)
.8. Brooklyn Nets (34-33)
.9. Charlotte Hornets (33-35)
10. Atlanta Hawks (32-34)
11. Washington Wizards (29-37)
12. New York Knicks (28-39)
13. Indiana Pacers (23-45)
14. Detroit Pistons (18-49)
15. Orlando Magic (18-50)

Western Conference:

.1. Phoenix Suns (53-14)
.two. Memphis Grizzlies (46-22)
.3. Golden State Warriors (46-22)
.4. Utah Jazz (42-25)
.5. Dallas Mavericks (41-26)
.6. Denver Nuggets (40-28)
.7. Minnesota Timberwolves (39-30)
.8. LA Clippers (35-34)
.9. LA Lakers (29-37)
10. New Orleans Pelicans (27-40)
11. Portland Trail Blazers (26-40)
12. San Antonio Spurs (26-42)
13. Sacramento Kings (24-45)
14. Oklahoma City Thunder (20-46)
15. Houston Rockets (17-50)

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What a night Campazzo and Bolmaro had!