The Boston basketball players won last night away to Oklahoma with 132: 123, and thus inflicted the team’s 10th consecutive defeat in the NBA league.
Better than the others in the winning team was Jason Tatum with 36 points, seven rebounds and six assists, Jalen Brown added 25 points, while the double-double performance was achieved by Grant Williams with 20 points and 10 rebounds.
Tre Man scored 35 points for the home team, with seven rebounds. He entered the history of the league, as the first hand with seven consecutive “threes” in the first half.
Shay Gilges-Alexander scored 31 points, with nine assists, Darius Baisley scored a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds, while Serbian basketball player Alexei Pokushevski set a season record with 19 points, with six steals and three assists.
Boston is in fourth place in the Eastern Conference with 45 wins and 28 losses, while Oklahoma is in the penultimate 14th place in the Western Conference with 20 wins from 72 games.
Philadelphia was better than Miami at home with 113: 106.
The best players Joel Embid and James Harden did not play for the home team, and the most efficient was Tyrese Maxi with 28 points, 13 of which he scored in the last quarter.
Sheikh Milton added 20 points, and Furkan Korkmaz scored 18 points for Philadelphia.
Jimmy Butler had the best performance in the Miami team with 27 points, Bem Adebayo scored 22 points, with nine rebounds, while Kyle Laurie scored 20 points.
Miami is leading the table in the East with 47 wins and 25 losses, and Philadelphia is third with a performance of 44/27.
Dallas defeated Minnesota 110: 108 at home.
Dwight Powell scored 22 points for the team from Texas, Spencer Dinvidi scored 20 points, while Reggie Bullock added 18 points.
Luka Dončić achieved a double-double performance of 15 points and 10 assists, and Serbian player Boban Marjanović did not play for Dallas.
Carl-Anthony Towns was the most efficient in the visiting team with 22 points, while Anthony Edwards scored 19 points.
Dallas is fifth in the West table with 44 wins and 28 losses, and Minnesota is in seventh place with 42 wins and 31 losses.
The Los Angeles Lakers beat Cleveland 131-120 on the road, and they were led to victory by LeBron James, who scored a triple-double with 38 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds.
Houston beat Washington 115: 97 at home, with a career record for Christian Wood (39 points).
Charlotte defeated New Orleans at home with 106: 103, and so they came to the fifth consecutive triumph, and at home, Brooklyn came to victory, beating Utah with 114: 106.
Portland was better than Detroit with 119: 115 on the road, while Chicago broke a series of three consecutive defeats at home, beating Toronto with 113: 99.