NBA results: matches and summary for today, February 3

New NBA day with up to 7 games played and many interesting things. In the most tense party, Santi Aldama stood out enormously despite the loss of his team and Dillon Brooks and Donovan Mitchell had a brutal fight. Meanwhile, the Lakers continue their fight to stay alive with success. The Mavs win, but Doncic is injured. And the Warriors fall to the Nuggets and get complicated in an already complicated Western Conference. At the same time, excellent victory for the Bucks in Los Angeles with a spectacular recital by Giannis Antetokounmpo. Also, they win Knicks and Bucks. All this and much more, in the summary of the day:

INDIANA PACERS 111 – 112 LOS ANGELES LAKERS

LeBron approaches Kareem and the Lakers at play-in. Check the chronicle here.

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 128 – 113 MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES

The Grizzlies lost this Thursday to the Cavaliers in a game in which two Spaniards stood out: Santi Aldama, who signed his best score in the NBA with 21 points, and Ricky Rubio, who sealed his most outstanding game with 13 points after returning from his serious injury (128-113). Aldama, a starter for the Grizzlies after the loss of Jaren Jackson Jr., made 7 of 15 from the field (including a terrific 4 of 7 from triples), hit all three attempts from the staff he had and also added 10 rebounds, 1 assist and a steal in 34 minutes. The power forward was the top scorer for the Grizzlies behind Desmond Bane (25 points) and Ja Morant (24 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists). This is the seventh loss in the last eight games for the Grizzlies (32-20). For their part, the Cavaliers (32-22) had a Rubio who, coming off the bench, made 4 of 9 shots (3 of 6 from 3-pointers), 2 of 2 from the personal line, 2 rebounds, 4 assists , 2 steals and a block in 21 minutes. Darius Garland (32 points and 11 assists) was the benchmark in attack for the Cavaliers. The game was marked by a massive brawl between the Cavaliers’ Donovan Mitchell and the Grizzlies’ Dillon Brooks that got both players ejected midway through the third quarter.

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NEW YORK KNICKS 106 – 104 MIAMI HEAT

RJ Barrett (30 points and 8 rebounds) and Julius Randle (23 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists) shook hands as the Knicks beat the Heat who fought until the end. Bam Adebayo (32 points and 9 rebounds) led the Heat.

CHICAGO BULLS 114 – 98 CHARLOTTE HORNETS

Six players from Chicago, with Ayo Dosunmu as a reference (22 points), they exceeded 10 points for the Bulls to defeat the Hornets. Terry Rozier (23 points and 8 rebounds) was the most productive of the visitors.

DALLAS MAVERICKS 111 – 106 NEW ORLEANS PELICANS

Doncic shows off, but is also injured. The scope, still unknown. Check the chronicle here.

DENVER NUGGETS 134 – 117 GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS

The Nuggets consolidated their dominance in the West with a resounding victory against the Warriors thanks to a new triple-double by Nikola Jokic (22 points, 14 rebounds and 16 assists). and a great performance from a rising Jamal Murray (33 points and 8 assists). With a demoralizing 49-32 run in the final 17 minutes, the Warriors left with their heads down despite Stephen Curry’s 28 points.

MILWAUKEE BUCKS 106 – 105 LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS

With a spectacular performance by Antetokounmpo (54 points and 19 rebounds), the Bucks came from behind to score an exciting game that they trailed by 21 points in the third quarter and led 28-18 in the last twelve minutes. Antetokounmpo gave a master class against the Clippers after he just two games ago won 50 points against the New Orleans Pelicans. Norman Powell (26 points) was the top scorer for the Clippers who couldn’t avoid Milwaukee’s sixth straight victory.

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