There are no more undefeated teams: the Jazz fall in Chicago under the blows of DeRozan. Cunningham’s debut in Detroit’s first success (on the Magic). Wizards fly against the Celtics
There are no more undefeated teams in the NBA. Utah falls in Chicago, folded by DeRozan. Winning debut of the first overall choice of the last Draft, Cade Cunningham, for the first seasonal success in Detroit. This is the showcase of the 10 games of the night under the magnifying glass. Miami, Golden State and Jokic continue to blaze, Boston to limp far beyond the lawful.
Chicago Bulls-Utah Jazz 107-99
The last undefeated team in the NBA of this beginning of the season also falls. Chicago, in fact, responds to the great after the misstep at home with the Knicks and trips the Jazz. The Bulls run away with the partial of 18-5 between the end of the third and the beginning of the fourth period, they also reach +17 and then keep Mitchell and his companions at a distance. DeRozan is loud (32 points), but LaVine (26 points) and Vucevic (16 points and 12 rebounds) also make a fundamental contribution.
Chicago: DeRozan 32 (13/21, 0/1, 6/6 tl), LaVine 26, Vucevic 16. Rimbalzi: Vucevic 12. Assist: LaVine 5.
Utah: Mitchell 30 (7/16, 2/11, 10/10 tl), Gobert 17, Clarkson 16. Rimbalzi: Gobert 19. Assist: Mitchell 6.
Washington Wizards-Boston Celtics 115-112 d.2t.s.
The Wizards are serious. Washington remains at the top of the Eastern Conference (paired with Heat, Bulls and Knicks) thanks to the victory in the second overtime against the Celtics. Washington, as always in attack, relies on the production of a super Bradley Beal (26 points), but the former Lakers Kyle Kuzma also thinks to make the difference, who signs 17 points and scores 17 rebounds, his career high. .
Washington: Beal 36 (9/24, 3/8, 9/9 tl), Dinwiddie, Harrell 20. Rimbalzi: Kuzma 17. Assist: Beal 6.
Boston: Brown 34 (14/19, 0/1, 6/7 tl), Tatum 27, Richardson 18. Rimbalzi: Tatum 15. Assist: Schroeder 9.
Detroit Pistons-Orlando Magic 110-103
Finally comes the first success of the season for the Pistons who manage to get the better of the Magic. Cade Cunningham, who has been out until now due to a sprained right ankle, also makes his debut in the NBA. The former Oklahoma State star struggled to find rhythm in shooting and in the end finished with two points (1/8 from the field) and seven rebounds in 18 minutes of play.
Detroit: Grant 22 (5/8, 1/6, 9/10 tl), Olynyk 18, J. Jackson, Bey 13. Rimbalzi: Stewart 8. Assist: Joseph 6.
Orlando: F. Wagner 19 (5/9, 3/6), Anthony 15, M. Wagner 13. Rimbalzi: Anthony 10. Assist: Suggs 6.
Memphis Grizzlies-Miami Heat 103-129
The Heat continue to impress. They boast the best record in the league, 5-1. They also win in Tennessee, dragged by the usual Butler, scoring 21 triples. Good contribution from Herro, found after last disappointing season, from the bench. The Grizzlies (3-3) are already overwhelmed by the 1st quarter, closed under 22-38 and never manage to raise their heads. This time Morant, brilliant at this start of the season, cannot work miracles: 38% of team shooting leaves no way out.
Miami: Butler 27 (7(10, 1/2, 10/11 t.l.), Herro 22, Robinson/Lowry 15. Rimbalzi: Dedmon 9. Assist: Lowry 8.
Memphis: Morant/Melton 20, Bane 17. Rimbalzi: Adams/Tillman 5. Assist: Morant 7.
Milwaukee Bucks-San Antonio Spurs 93-102
Surprise victory for the Texans (2-4) at the home of the reigning champions. Murray scores 16 of his 23 points in the 4th quarter and gives Coach Popovich an unexpected success after 4 consecutive knockouts. Excellent Young off the bench. The Bucks (3-3) pay for the absences of Holiday, Lopez and Portis, the usual devastating Antetokounmpo is not enough for them, this time with 28 points and 13 rebounds, but also with the burden of 7 turnovers. Coach Bud’s team pays 10/39 from 3 points, of the five only Allen is effective from the perimeter (4/9).
Milwaukee: G. Antetokounmpo 28 (11/15, 0/3, 6/11 tl), Middleton 19, Allen 12. Rimbalzi: G. Antetokounmpo 13. Assist: MIddleton 5.
San Antonio: Murray 23 (8/14, 1/3, 4/5 tl), White 17, Forbes 16. Rebounds: Johnson 11. Assists: Murray 9.
Golden State Warriors-Oklahoma City Thunder 103-82
All easy for the Dubs (5-1) who transform the challenge with the unfortunate Thunder (1-5) into an exhibition. The owners allow themselves to rest for a long time, especially Curry, to whom they have had to ask for overtime, so far. Steph scores 15 points in the 3rd quarter, digging an unbridgeable groove for the guests, who do not even reach 36% shooting. It’s hard to tell if OKC is tanking or just not competitive with this team. She certainly seems to be the first candidate for the worst record in the league.
Golden State: Curry 20 (1/3, 6/13), Green/Wiggins/Poole 14. Rimbalzi: Green 11. Assist: Green 8.
Oklahoma City: Gilgeous-Alexander 15 (4/7, 2/7, 1/2 t.l.), Dort 14, Giddey 10. Rimbalzi: Bazley 8. Assist: Giddey 6.
Minnesota Timberwolves-Denver Nuggets 91-93
The Nuggets (4-2) confirm themselves as the black beast of the Wolves (3-2), who beat for the twelfth consecutive time. This time in comeback, in the second evening of a back to back, dragged by the usual immense Jokic. The Serbian Joker scores 26 points and adds 19 rebounds and 7 assists. But the decisive play in the sprint bears the signature of Barton who stops Beasley. A Edwards, opposed by Jokic, fails the correction to the basket to force the extra. Nuggets never ahead of more than 4 points, but surgical in the final point to point. Minny also ahead +14, yet then mocked.
Minnesota: Beasley 18 (0/4, 6/10), Edwards/Towns/Russell 14. Rimbalzi: Edwards 11. Assist: Russell 6.
Denver: Jokic 26 (7/15, 3/8, 3/4 t.l.), Morris 16, Gordon 12. Rimbalzi: Jokic 19. Assist: Jokic 7.
Phoenix Suns-Cleveland Cavaliers 101-92
Booker celebrates 25th birthday with a victory. The Suns (3-2) come back from -14 to bury the Cavs (3-4) with a brutal partial of 50-12 between the 2nd and 3rd quarters. Phoenix therefore shows flashes of the team capable of conquering the last Finals, even if this start of the season has so far been far too complicated. Cleveland commits 19 turnovers, Osman’s good performance, 20 points off the bench, is not enough to go to Arizona.
Phoenix: Booker 27 (9/16, 0/4, 9/10 t.l.), Ayton 17, Paul 16. Rimbalzi: Ayton 12. Assist: Paul 10.
Cleveland: Osman 20 (1/3, 6/12), Love, Markkanen, Garland 11. Rimbalzi: Love 12. Assist: Garland 5.
New Orleans Pelicans-New York Knicks 117-123
The fast march continues for the Knicks who also get rid of the Pelicans, always without Zion, thanks to an excellent evening from long distance (19/33 from three) and the truly excellent performance by RJ Barrett. The Canadian becomes absolutely unstoppable in attack and in the end closes with 35 points, his highest in his career, shooting with a very good 6/8 from three.
New Orleans: Valanciunas 27 (9/12, 1/3, 6/7 tsp), Graham 17, Hart 16. Rimbalzi: Valanciunas 14. Assist: Graham 8.
New York: Barrett 35 (6/10, 6/8, 5/6 tl), Walker, Fournier 19. Rimbalzi: Barrett 8. Assist: Barrett 6.
Indiana Pacers-Toronto Raptors 94-97
Third consecutive success for the revived Raptors who overtake Indiana thanks to the excellent performance of rookie Scottie Barnes. The freshman of the Canadian team scores 21 points and 12 rebounds and signs the two free throws that give Toronto +3 six seconds from the siren. The forced triple at the end of Sabonis (usual double 22 points and 14 rebounds, for him) then does not find the retina.
Indiana: Sabonis 22 (7/11, 1/7, 5/6 tl), Holiday 16, LeVert 15. Rimbalzi: Sabonis 14. Assist: McConnell 7.
Toronto: Barnes 21 (9/16, 0/1, 3/6 tl), VanVleet, Mykhailiuk 16. Rimbalzi: Barnes 12. Assist: Anunoby 5.
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