All-Star Moment of the Night: Domantas Sabonis's 42-point career-game lifts Pacers past Jazz
Sabonis showed early signs of a big game, scoring 17 of his 42 in the first quarter alone on a perfect 7-of-7 shooting from the field. His career-game played a huge role in the Pacers overcoming the Jazz at home 125-113.With NBA All-Star voting tipping off on Christmas Day, fans now have the opportunity to select the players they believe should start in the 2022 NBA All-Star Game set to be held in Cleveland, Ohio. When potential All-Stars deliver vote-worthy performances, we'll be sure to bring that to your attention with our "NBA All-Star Moment of the Night" series to highlight those deserving players.
End of series for knicks. New York, who remained on three rank wins, saw its beautiful dynamic stopped Monday night at Martin Luther King Day by Charlotte (97-87) on the Madison Square Garden floor. Fallen on a bridges of the big evenings (38 points, including 22 in the first half) on the side of the hornets, the New Yorkers and Evan Fournier, very discreet (6 points to 2 in 9 on the shots, 2 passes, 1 rebound), took the entrance water (34-23 in the first quarter-time) against the players of the North Carolina, which thus restart a series (the hornets had chained four success before bowing home against Orlando two days earlier).
Black-ish will feature cameos from Simone Biles and Stephen A. Smith
Among the stars set to appear, which stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson, include Olympian Simone Biles, ESPN personality Stephen A. Smith and NBA icon Magic Johnson.Among the stars set to appear on the sitcom, which stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson, include Olympian Simone Biles, ESPN personality Stephen A. Smith and NBA icon Magic Johnson, as well as Andrew Bachelor, Jeanie Buss, Daveed Diggs, Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds, Vivica A. Fox, Isaiah Mustafa and Reid Scott.
Knicks, in the wake of Tandem Barrett-Randle (18 points each) reacted at the end of the game but to no avail. Opening this mlk day, a little earlier, Boston, on his side, had been very hot at home against Pelicans, who have a time of 18 points before getting spilled (104-92) By Jayson Tatum (Best Match Marker with 27 Points) and his, who thus sign their fifth victory over their last six outings.
stopped by Portland This weekend, Washington, for its part, returned with success in the third game of this evening by imposing quite clearly on its parquet (117-98) against a Philadelphia, who had made the Travel in the capital with the hope of aligning a third rank victory. Failed objective for the sixters despite the 32 points (8 rebounds, 1 passes) by Joel Embid. The Wizards of Montzl Harrell, author of 18 points, and a Kyle Kuzma in all the blows (15 points, 16 rebounds) led the dance all night.
NBA: In addition to Simmons: HAVE SIXERS STAR?
The Philadelphia 76ers apparently try to subscribe to Tobias Harris in Trade Talks next to Ben Simmons. Allegedly, the Sixers hope to take the hoped-for all-star as a support for franchise star Joel Embid. © Provided by Spox In addition to Ben Simmons, the Sixers allegedly try to get rid of Tobias Harris. This reports Marc J. Spears and Brian Windhorst in the ESPN -Podcast "The Hoop Collective".
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Boston Celtics - New Orleans Pelicans: 104-92
New York Knicks - Charlotte Hornets : 87-91
Washington Wizards - Philadelphia 76ers: 117-98
Cleveland Cavaliers - Brooklyn Nets
Memphis Grizzlies - Chicago Bulls
La Clippers - Indiana Pacers
Atlanta Hawks - Milwaukee Bucks
Orlando Magic - Portland Trail Blazers
Miami Heat - Toronto Raptors
Dallas Mavericks - Oklahoma City Thunder
San Antonio Spurs - Phoenix Suns
Los Angeles Lakers - Utah Jazz
Four questions surrounding Lakers star Anthony Davis upon return from injury .
After missing the last 17 games due to a left MCL sprain, Anthony Davis appears to be set to return for the Lakers nationally televised matchup against the Nets on Tuesday.Davis has missed the last 17 games after suffering a sprained left MCL back on Dec. 17 in a matchup against the Minnesota Timberwolves.