Sunday, November 27, 2022



NBA Dawn – Results



The NBA season is on fire and there were games that left a lot of fabric to cut. Toronto Raptors beat the New York Knicks. In PlayOn99 News we leave you everything you need to know about the 7 games that were played this morning.

Toronto Raptors 120 – 105 New York Knicks

Toronto Raptors beat the New York Knicks 120-105 at home on a new NBA day and after this game they have a total of three wins in their last five games. Although both are out of playoff spots after this meeting.

In the first quarter there were several changes of leader on the scoreboard: the locals got a 13-1 run during the quarter until they finished with a result of 30-27. In the second quarter the local team increased their difference and went on to win by 17 points (45-28), but ended with a partial result of 26-18. Then they reached the break with a 56-45 on the scoreboard.

During the third quarter Toronto Raptors distanced itself in the electronic game and had a maximum difference of 24 points (86-62) until concluding with a partial result of 40-29 and a 96-74 overall result. In the last quarter the visitors reduced differences and achieved a 12-2 partial, although it did not serve to win the match and the fourth ended with a partial result of 24-31.

The highlights were Fred Vanvleet’s 35 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds and Pascal Siakam’s 20 points, 7 assists and 14 rebounds for his team’s victory.

Boston Celtics 116 – 111 Orlando Magic

Boston Celtics managed to win at home and with extension to the Orlando Magic by 116-111. The locals got a 10-2 run, went on to win by six points (110-104) and ended with a 16-11 result.

The Celtics had an unstoppable Jaylen Brown: 50 points, 4 assists and 11 rebounds. The guard had a magnificent performance that put him among the 7 players in history who scored that many points with the Boston green jersey. While Dennis Schroeder returned to the court very lucid with 21 points, 7 assists and 3 rebounds.

Cleveland Cavaliers 108 – 104 Indiana Pacers

Evan Mobley and Jarrett Allen led the Cleveland Cavaliers to their 21st NBA win. Cleveland Cavaliers managed to beat the Indiana Pacers 108-104 at home and remain in the playoffs with 21 victories in 37 games played.

Cleveland took the victory thanks to Mobley’s 24 points, 4 assists and 9 rebounds and Allen’s 18 points, 2 assists and 11 rebounds. Domantas Sabonis had 32 points for Indiana, but they were useless.

Sacramento Kings 115 – 113 Miami Heat

Sacramento Kings stayed with the game in an agonized way and the luck that the opponent’s shot did not enter when the buzzer was sounding. The Miami Heat player was in the paint zone and missed the shot. The Kings arrived with a game won with the last attempt by Chimezie Metu and were able to repeat the victory.

The hosts took the victory thanks to 26 points, 3 assists and 6 rebounds from Buddy Hield and 24 points, 6 assists and 6 rebounds from De’Aaron Fox. The match was so even that the teams finished the third quarter with 90-90.

Miami remains in the playoff zone and snapped a streak of 5 consecutive victories, while Sacramento climbed to 10th place with the illusion intact until the San Antonio Spurs recovers the 3 games it owes.

Charlotte Hornets 99 – 133 Phoenix Suns

Phoenix gave a recital against Charlotte and swept them in their own stadium by more than 30 points of difference. Devin Booker and Jalen Smith were the most responsible: they got 24 points, 3 assists and 7 rebounds and 19 points and 12 rebounds respectively.

The Suns remain second in the Western Conference and reaffirm their candidacy for the title. While Charlotte left Philadelphia free to move away in the fight to go directly to the playoffs.

Oklahoma City Thunder 86-95 Dallas Mavericks

In the game with fewest points of the day, Dallas beat Oklahoma on the road and rescued a victory that leaves him on the prowl for last place to enter the playoffs. Luka Doncic’s team repeated victory and began to find their way.

Doncic had 14 points, 10 assists and 9 rebounds. While Marquesse Chriss scored 15 points and 7 rebounds.

Dallas had a young record on the field: Joshua Giddey scored 17 points, 14 assists and 13 rebounds, and became the youngest player in NBA history to record a triple-double. The Australian arrived just two months ago.

Los Ángeles Lakers 108 – 103 Minnesota Timberwolves

LeBron James lo hizo de vuelta. Con 37 años recién cumplidos, sigue haciendo historia en la NBA y firmó ¡43! puntos, 4 asistencias y 14 rebotes. Los Ángeles Lakers volvieron a tener dos victorias consecutivas y quedaron en las puertas de la zona de playoff directo.

El equipo costero puede pagar caro la seguidilla de derrotas de diciembre, pero harán todo lo posible para tener a LeBron jugando las finales.

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