A sniper named Tyler Herro

Houston Rockets 108-Miami Heat 111

Miami recovers its smile somewhat after achieving its third consecutive victory in Houston, the sixth in the last ten games. It was a victory suffered in a game that was close to going to overtime if Kevin Porter Jr. had hit the triple that he shot with 4 seconds left to finish regulation time. Those from Florida attacked the Rockets thanks to a highly inspired Tyler Herro, who finished with 41 points with a 10 of 15 shot from the triple! A success that adds to the one he achieved in the previous duel, against the Oklahoma City Thunder when he reached 9 of 17. Usman Garuba played 20 minutes for 2 points (which made it 108-111), 9 rebounds and 3 assists.

Los Angeles Clippers 95-Phoenix Suns 111

Phoenix broke a streak of five straight losses (six in seven games) in Los Angeles, against some Clippers that one more day did not have Paul George or Kawhi Leonard. Without its two big stars, the Los Angeles franchise is a wish and I can’t let it go on too long without consequences. Or the admission that it is a completely closed project. The Suns also won without the need to squeeze all the offensive talent of Devin Booker, who had only 14 points. Chris Paul reached 15 points and 13 assists. Mikal Bridges was the top scorer of the game with 27 points.

Memphis Grizzlies 142-Milwaukee Bucks 101

Morant and the Grizzlies sweep the Bucks to reign in the West. Memphis destroys Milwaukee, first in the East, to lead the Western Conference. Very good contribution from Santi Aldama: 14 points. Read the chronicle here.

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Utah Jazz 132-New Orleans Pelicans 129

Utah cuts off the flight of Zion and the Pelicans. The Jazz beat New Orleans in overtime with some fantastic Clarkson and Markkanen. Willy Hernangómez is left without playing. Read the chronicle here.

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