Phoenix basketball players defeated Denver away last night with 140: 130 and thus recorded the seventh consecutive NBA league. Phoenix was led to victory by Devin Booker, who scored a record 49 points this season with ten assists, while Chris Paul returned to the field with 17 points and 13 assists.
In the Denver team, the best was again Nikola Jokić, who finished the game with only one miss from the game. The Serbian center scored 28 points, with six rebounds and three assists.
Phoenix is first on the Western Conference table with 60 wins and 14 losses, while Denver is sixth with almost 43/31.
The basketball players of Memphis beat Indiana with 133: 103 and thus definitely secured a place in the playoffs.
The most deserving for the victory of Memphis was Desmond Bane who scored 30 points, ten less was added by Jaren Jackson, while Dantoni Melton scored 19. In the ranks of Indiana, the best was Lance Stevenston with 25 points.
Jrou Holliday helped the weakened Milwaukee with 24 points and ten assists to beat Washington with 114: 102, while Devonte Graham hit five three-pointers and scored a record 30 points in the victory of New Orleans against Chicago with 126: 109.
The Toronto basketball players celebrated against their direct rival for the playoffs, the Cleveland team with 117: 104, led by Pascal Sijakam, who played the best game of the season.
He scored 35 points, while on the other side, the most efficient was Lauri Markanen with 20 points.