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Incredible turn of -29 the Grizzlies against the Spurs



Things and wonders from the Grizzlies against the Spurs, with Memphis coming back from -29 to win 126-120 in overtime in San Antonio. The Celtics beating the Blazers, wins for the Cavaliers and Rockets, a two-overtime loss in Chicago and a 49-point Bulls win by DeRozan all come together.

The Grizzlies are still searching and awaiting the return of Ja Morad. However, against Spurs – disappointing this year – they showed they have a pulse after coming back from -29(!) and winning 120-126 in overtime in San Antonio.

Memphis not only came back from -29, but also from -9 at the end of the rule, with Dillon Brooks sending the game into overtime with a 3-pointer.

Jaren Jackson with 28 points led the way for the winners, with Desmond Bane adding 21 points and Tyus Jones adding 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.

For the Spurs, Devin Vassell had 25 points, Zach Collins had 24 points, and Keldon Johnson had 21 points (but 8/21 shooting).

THE DODECALPTA: 35-26, 69-46, 93-81, 109-109, 120-126

Blazers – Celtics 112-126

The Celtics confirmed they’re on the rise – again – after playing a nice basketball, defeating the Blazers 112-126 in Portland and staying in 2nd place in the East. It was the 4th win in the last 5 games for the Celtics and the 5th straight loss for the Blazers as they see the Play-in West… slip away.

Jayson Tatum with 34 points and 12 rebounds led the way for the winners, with Jaylen Brown adding 27 points and Marcus Smart adding 15 points.

With the Blazers, Damian Lillard had 41 points (25 in the 4th quarter) and Anferni Simons had 17 points (but 5/15 shooting).

THE DODECALPTA: 24-32, 48-63, 70-89, 112-126

Cavaliers – Wizards 117-94

The cavaliers did… what they had to do against the wizards. They showed seriousness from the start of the game, increasing the lead by more than 20 points early on and taking the win 117-94, taking another step towards playoff qualification.

Darius Garland led by 24 points, with Donovan Mitchell and Evan Mobley each adding 20 points.

With the Wizards, Bradley Beal had 22 points and Kristaps Porzingis had 20 points.

THE DODECALPTA: 31-24, 61-44, 84-74, 117-94

Bulls – Wolves 139-131

An unlikely matchup took place in Chicago, with the Bulls needing two overtimes to beat Wolves – who lost Anthony Edwards in the first period – 139-131 and finished 10th with a 32-37 record in to climb the Eastern Conference.

DeMar DeRozan led the Bulls with 49 points and 14 rebounds, with Zach LaVine adding 39 points and Nikola Vucevic adding 21 points and 11 rebounds.

With the Wolves, Mike Conley had 28 points, Jaden McDaniels had 25 points, and Rudy Gober had 21 points and 19 rebounds.

THE DODECALPTA: 28-32, 54-59, 80-90, 113-113, 123-123, 139-131

Rockets – Pelicans 114-112

The Rockets have no targets (beyond…#1 in the 2023 NBA draft), but that doesn’t mean they won’t dish out damage when given the chance. They did the same against the Pelicans, who were disappointing without Williamson, and won 114-112 thanks to a 3-pointer from Jabari Smith in the final.

Jaylen Green led the way for the winners with 25 points, with Kevin Porter adding 20 points and Alperen Shengun adding 17 points and 11 rebounds.

For the Pelicans, Brandon Ingram had 31 points and Jonas Valanciunas had 22 points and 17 rebounds.

THE DODECALPTA: 31-26, 49-54, 80-90, 114-112

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The NBA East and West rankings after the Pelicans win and the Mavericks lose




Here’s how both the Eastern and Western conferences of the NBA have evolved according to the latest results. The Pelicans edged out the Clippers in the west to 6th place, with the Mavericks remaining in 10th place.

The Heat defeated the unlikely Luka Doncic’s Mavericks to stay in 7th place in the East, while Dallas stayed in 11th place in the West and were eliminated from the play-in.

In the other game of the night, the Pelicans defeated the Clippers and edged them out in the West to 6th place, moving themselves up to 7th place and openly threatening the LA team for a playoff spot.


1. Milwaukee Bucks 55-22*
2. Boston Celtics 54-24*
3. Philly 76ers 51-26*
4th Cleveland Cavaliers 48-30*
5.New York Knicks 45-33
6. Brooklyn Networks 42-35
7.Miami Heat 41-37
8.Atlanta Hawks 38-39
9.Toronto Raptors 38-39
10.Chicago Bulls 37-40
11. Washington Wizards 34-43
12. Indiana Pacers 34-44
13. Orlando Magic 33-44
14. Charlotte Hornets 26-52
15. Detroit Pistons 16-61


1. Denver Nuggets 51-26*
2. Memphis Grizzlies 49-28*
3. Kings of Sacramento 47-30*
4. Phoenix Suns 42-35
5. Warriors of the Golden State 41-37
6.LA Clippers 41-38
7. New Orleans Pelicans 40-38
8. LA Lakers 39-38
9.Minnesota Timberwolves 39-39
10. Oklahoma City Thunder 38-40
11 Dallas Mavericks 37-41
12. Utah Jazz 36-41
13. Portland Trail Blazers 32-45
14. San Antonio Spurs 19-58
15 Houston Rockets 19-59
* You have qualified for the playoffs
** The top six teams in each region advance directly to the playoffs.
** *Teams ranked 7th-10th in each region will enter the play-in tournament and claim the last two spots in East and West respectively.

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Ingram executed the Clippers, wrecking west for playoffs and play-ins




The Pelicans were excellent, relying on the star of Brandon Ingram (36 points) and taking the Clippers 122-114, dropping them to 6th in the West and causing… destruction in play-ins and playoffs .

The pelicans are still here. Confirming their uptrend, New Orleans beat the Clippers 122-114, dropping them to 6th place in the West and closing in on LA by half a game to ignite a spot in the West’s playoffs and play-in.

Brandon Ingram led with 36 points, with Jonas Valanciunas adding 23 points and 12 rebounds, and Trey Murphy and CJ McCollum each adding 19 points.

With the Clippers, Kawhi Leonard had 40 points, Russell Westbrook had 24 points and Ivica Zubac had 15 points.

THE DODECALPTA: 21-31, 55-56, 91-90, 122-114

pelicans: Ingram 36 (8 assists), Jones 12 (1), Valanciunas 23 (1 3-pointers, 12 rebounds), McCollum 19 (1/5 3-pointers), Murphy 19 (2), Nance 2 (1/6 shots). ). , 6 rebounds), Marshall 3, Richardson 3 (1), Daniels 5 (1)

clippers: Batum 2, Leonard 40 (4/8 threes, 8 rebounds), Zubac 15 (6 rebounds), Westbrook 24 (3 threes), Powell 12 (5 rebounds), Covington (4 (1), Plumlee 6 (5 rebounds) , Highland 5 (2/7 shoot, 1 three-pointer), man 6 (2)

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Heat, butler bend unlikely Doncic and Mavericks, Dallas in distress




The Heat were excellent, beating the Mavericks 129-122 thanks to Butler’s 35 points and putting Dallas in even greater trouble where a shocking night by Doncic (42 points) went awry.

The Heat faced the Mavericks without Bam Adebayo. Still, they found a way to earn a 129-122 win and move one step closer to seventh place in the East while leaving the Mavs in 11th place in the West.

The impressive Jimmy Butler with 35 points and 12 assists led the way for the winners (who even hit +18 in the second period), with Cody Zeller adding 20 points and Max Struss 18 points on 6/9 3-pointers.

For the Mavericks, Luka Doncic has done wonders with 42 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists, Tim Hardaway added 31 points with 6/10 three-pointers and Kyrie Irving added 23 points, but with the defense…beat them from all over, where she could claim nothing more.

THE DODECALPTA: 44-31, 76-64, 102-96, 129-122

BLOW: Butler 35 (1 three-pointer, 3 rebounds, 12 assists), Zeller 20 (8 rebounds), Vincent 9 (2), Hiro 15 (5/16 shooting, 2/8 three-pointers, 6 rebounds), Struss 18 (6/9 3 points), Love 18 (2 3 points, 5 rebounds), Robinson, Martin 8, Lowry 6 (1/8 shooting, 7 assists)

MAVERICKS: Hardaway 31 (6/10 3-pointers, 6 rebounds, 7 assists), Bullock 2 (1/5 shots), Powell 2, Irving 23 (1 3-pointers, 8 assists), Doncic 42 (2/6 3- Pointer, 10 rebounds, 8 assists), Kleber 8 (2 threes, 5 rebounds), Wood 8 (2), Holliday 3, Green, Hardy 3 (1)

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