Bogdan Bogdanovic rang the bell three points as the Sacramento Kings snatched a narrow victory over the unlucky Los Angeles Lakers on Lebron James-Los Angeles on Thursday night.
Score Thursday night
- Los Angeles Lakers 116-117 Sacramento Kings
- Portland Trail Blazers 110-109 Golden State Warriors (OT)
- Philadelphia 76ers 114-97 Utah Jazz
- New York Knicks 96-112 Milwaukee Bucks
- Boston Celtics 113-127 Houston Rockets
Los Angeles Lakers 116-117 Sacramento Kings
Bogdan Bogdanovic made a three-point shot on the bell to give the Sacramento Kings a win, with a 117-116 victory over Los Angeles visiting Los Angeles, which was not reinforced by injured LeBron James.
Bogdanovic scored 23 points, Willie Cauley-Stein added 19 and De: Aaron Fox collected 15 points with 12 assists and nine rebounds as the Kings won their third consecutive home match.
After returning from a 19-point deficit in each of their last two home wins, the Kings beat the Lakers after 15 points behind with less than seven minutes remaining.
Lonzo Ball almost produced its own triple-double for the Lakers, scoring 20 points with 12 assists and nine rebounds.
Kyle Kuzma scored 33 points for Los Angeles and Brandon Ingram added 22 when the Lakers played without James for the first time this season.
Left behind by 15 points with 6:44 to be played after the dunk hallway from Tyson Chandler, Kings carried out the attack. Sacramento tied the match 112-112 with just one minute left on three free throws from Justin Jackson.
Kuzma gave the Lakers a 115-112 lead on a three-pointer with 41 seconds remaining.
Ingram then made a 1-of-2 free throw with four seconds remaining to lead 116-114 Los Angeles before Bogdanovic made a three-pointer long distance to win it when time ran out.
Portland Trail Blazers 110-109 Golden State Warriors (OT)
The Portland Trail Blazers stole the ball from Stephen Curry when the Golden State Warriors could run out of time, and Damian Lillard scored three points with 5.1 seconds left for an amazing 110-109 extra-time victory in Oakland.
Kevin Durant, finishing the night where he had a triple-double, failed in the 12-footer on the last bell, allowing the Trail Blazers to win for the fifth time in their last seven matches.
A three-point shot by Draymond Green gave the Warriors a 109-107 lead with 51.8 seconds remaining in the extra session before CJ McCollum and Jusuf Nurkic were sidelined for Portland, giving possession of the Warriors with less than 20 seconds left.
However, the Trail Blazers trapped Curry, and his left-hand pass was deflected, causing Lillard to finally be the winner of the match at the other end.
The Warriors forced overtime by defeating the Trail Blazers 16-6 above the 3:01 end of regulation, with Durant's three-point shot with 19.1 seconds remaining to make the hosts equalize.
Portland had the last chance for regulation, but Lillard lost control of his dribble and then saw 30-foot-high despair under heavy pressure on board.
Nurkic scored 27 points, 12 double-double rebounds for Portland. McCollum added 24 points, Lillard 21 and Seth Curry and Moe Harkless 11 for the Trail Blazers respectively.
Durant's triple-double consists of 26 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists for the Warriors. Stephen Curry led the Warriors with 29 points, while Green and Klay Thompson contributed 15 points each.
Philadelphia 76ers 114-97 Utah Jazz
Joel Embiid scored 23 points, collected 15 rebounds, produced six assists and blocked five shots to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 114-97 victory over the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City.
Embiid finished 3,000 points for a career three years before resigning with 4:21 remaining.
JJ Redick added 24 points and Jimmy Butler contributed 18 points for the Sixers, who won for the third time in four matches. Ben Simmons finished with a triple-double, recorded 13 points, 14 rebounds and 12 assists.
Donovan Mitchell scored 23 points and Dante Exum added 20 from the bench to lead the Jazz. Rudy Gobert scored 17 points and 15 rebounds for the 30th double-double this season.
Utah shot only 38 percent from the field while letting the Sixers shoot 50 percent.
The Sixers led their first two digits after Redick sank three points in a row to make it 69-55. Philadelphia led 19 points during the quarter after Embiid scored three points and used a back-to-back position to make the Sixers ahead 95-76.
New York Knicks 96-112 Milwaukee Bucks
Giannis Antetokounmpo fell two assists because of the shame of recording a triple-double in the Milwaukee Bucks victory 112-96 over the visit of the New York Knicks.
& # 39; Greek Freak & # 39; scored 31 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, produced eight assists and blocked four shots.
Khris Middleton carried the initial load when Antetokounmpo fought off the floor. Middleton finished with 25 points, including nine in the third quarter when Milwaukee opened a 12-point lead.
Everything was difficult at the start of the fourth when Enes Kanter tapped Antetokounmpo on the floor with his arms over his head at the 9:56 mark.
The two players face to face with Kanter being an aggressor while the game continues at the other end. The game stopped, and Kanter was given a double technique and released. Antetokounmpo is also considered technical but remains in the game.
Malcolm Brogdon made a free technical throw, and Bucks was led by 10.
Milwaukee received a big ride from the bench from DJ Wilson, who in 20 minutes played scored 10 points and grabbed 14 boards.
Luke Kornet connected on 7 of 11 three-point attempts and led the Knicks with 23 points. Noah Vonleh posted a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds.
Boston Celtics 113-127 Houston Rockets
James Harden offset his career with three points as the Houston Rockets extended their home win to eight consecutive matches with a 127-113 victory over the visiting Boston Celtics.
Harden scored the highest in the match with 45 points, his eighth consecutive match with at least 30 points, and recorded 9 of 18 points three points to spur the Rockets to their eighth victory in nine matches.
He survived a cold spell after a hot start just to shoot again with four of the three in a row to help Houston withdraw late.
The Rockets supplied Harden with a lot of help because Clint Capela doubled (24 points, 18 rebounds) while Eric Gordon scored 20 points before finally missing the fourth quarter. Austin Rivers and Gerald Green scored 10 points each from the Rockets bench.
Kyrie Irving led the Celtics with 23 points and 11 assists. Marcus Morris added 19 points before being released with 4:38 to play after his second technical violation.
Jaylen Brown got 18 from the bench for Boston, who erased a 17-point lead before trailing third.
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