NBA results: matches and summary for today, April 9

The NBA puts an end to its regular season this Sunday. Six months and 1,230 games that will give way as of Tuesday for the third time since its establishment in 2021 to the play-inthe last gateway for four teams (two per conference) to the playoffs, which will begin next Saturday, April 15. The final of the North American league to the best of seven games will start on June 1.

Phoenix Suns 114-Los Angeles Clippers 119

The Lakers had no option for the results of the Clippers and Warriors, all three with victory. The incredible came in the Timberwolves-Pelicans. Read the chronicle.

Portland Trail Blazers 101-Golden State Warriors 157

The Lakers had no option for the results of the Clippers and Warriors, all three with victory. The incredible came in the Timberwolves-Pelicans. Read the chronicle.

Los Angeles Lakers 128-Utah Jazz 117

The Lakers had no option for the results of the Clippers and Warriors, all three with victory. The incredible came in the Timberwolves-Pelicans. Read the chronicle.

Toronto Raptors 121-Milwaukee Bucks 105

Milwaukee Bucks, with first place in both the Eastern Conference and the entire NBA, played in Canada without Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jrue Holiday, and fell with a double-double from Meyers Leonard: 10 points and 12 rebounds. Gary Trent shot up to 23 points for some Raptors who will face each other in the first game of the play in with Chicago Bulls. The winner will face the loser of the Miami Heat-Atlanta Hawks. Whoever wins that duel will face the Bucks in the first round of the playoffs.

Dallas Mavericks 117-San Antonio Spurs 138

With six down, including Doncic and Irving, the Mavs let themselves lose again. With this they close the season in the worst possible way. Read the chronicle.

Boston Celtics 120-Atlanta Hawks 114

Neither Jayson Tatum nor Jaylen Brown participated in the 57th victory of the season for the Boston Celtics. Nor was Trae Young in some Hawks who must get rid of the Miami Heat in Florida to access the playoffs. If they fall, they must win in Georgia to the one who passes the playoffs of the play-in between Toronto Raptors and Chicago. If they reach the final rounds in the first round, they will meet Boston in the first round. And if they do it to the second, with Milwaukee Bucks.

Washington Wizards 109-Houston Rockets 114

The Rockets close another deplorable season with the non-renewal of their coach, Stephen Silas. Start a new time in Houston. Read the chronicle.

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Brookyn Nets 105-Philadelphia 76ers 134

The Brooklyn Nets close a turbulent season due to the departures of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant with a loss against the Sixers without Embiid and Harden who dream of doing something big in the playoffs. Mainly, by Embiid. The African center is the great candidate for the MVP after finishing the course as the top scorer in the NBA with 33.1 points. This same duel will be repeated in the first round of the playoffs.

Miami Heat 123-Orlando Magic 110

Orlando Magic lost their final game of the season. will not be in the playoffsbut this course has been good in general terms for those from Florida, who have grown and have in Paolo Banchero the next rookies of the year in the NBA. The Heat, for their part, must overcome the play-in to reach the playoffs. They have two chances: against Toronto or, if they lose, against the winner of the Toronto Raptors-Chicago Bulls. If they reach the final rounds in the first round, they will meet Boston in the first round. And if they do it to the second, with Milwaukee Bucks.

Cleveland Cavaliers 95-Charlotte Hornets 106

Second game as a starter for Ricky Rubio this season. The Spanish point guard had 6 points and 7 assists in the loss of the Cleveland Cavaliers against the Charlotte Hornets, who are saying goodbye to this season (another bad season). The Cavs will have a home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs in which they will face New York Knicks.

Chicago Bulls 103-Detroit Pistons 81

Detroit Pistons says goodbye with defeat to a season heavily influenced by Cade Cunningham’s midterm injury. Chicago Bulls, for their part, still has some life: they will have to overcome two rounds of the play-in to play the playoffs. First stop, Toronto. Second, either Miami or Atlanta.

New York Knicks 133-Indiana Pacers 139

The New York Knicks will return two seasons later to the playoffs. It will be his second final rounds in the last ten years. Their rival is the Cleveland Cavaliers with the home court factor against them. Good day for Quickley, who shot up to 30 points. Indiana Pacers, for their part, says goodbye to the NBA until next season with symptoms that the project is advancing thanks to players with Mathurin: 26 goals this Sunday at Madison.

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