January 19, 2022

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The "triangular summit" falls on "Al Sharqia"

The “triangular summit” falls on “Al Sharqia”

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The first three places in the Eastern District, the Brooklyn Nets, the Chicago Bulls and the defensive Milwaukee Bucks, fell to the Houston Rockets, Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat, respectively, in the NBA’s most important results on Wednesday.
The Houston Rockets defeated regional leader Brooklyn Nets 114-104, their seventh consecutive victory, and the second-placed Chicago Bulls lost 115-92 to the Cleveland Calvaliers.
Eric Gordon scored 21 points for the Rockets before exiting with six errors in the fourth quarter, while Garrison Mathews added 19 to give Houston a seven-game win for the first time since their 8th win in November 2019.
On the losing side, James Horton has scored 25 points in the second game he has played against his former team since moving to the Nets last January.
Nets rest stars Kevin Durant, the league’s top scorer this season and Lamarcus Aldridge.
In Cleveland, Darius Garland scored 24 points and newcomer Evan Mobley added 16 and nine rebounds, bringing the Guards back on track for their biggest win of the season against Chicago.
Matt Thomas became the fourth Bulls player to be ruled out by the Corona virus protocol after suffering from Covit-19.
Thomas moved to Cleveland, but Bulls coach Billy Donovan received the news Wednesday morning, but despite the absence, he insisted that available players do what they could.
After the defeat, he said: “We’re better than that, we have to be better. I do not know who will return to the tournament and when they will come. All I can think about now is that we will go to Miami. We will win. ‚ÄĚLike today, I am not saying we will definitely win, but we can do better than today.
Miami, fourth in the East, are leading the Bulls after beating the Milwaukee Bucks 113-104, the third-ranked team in the Eastern District to suffer only a second defeat in the last 12 games.
Despite the absence of Pam Adebayo and Jimmy Butler from the winner due to injury, Caleb Martin was on time with 28 points, which was the highest in his career, and Greek legend Bucks star Yannis Antedogounbo scored just 15 points with 13 to five successful attempts. attempts.

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