Celtics First – Warriors lose, curry wins Oscar
Daniel Theis and the Boston Celtics have taken the lead in the Eastern Conference. The record champion took a 134: 112 against the Minnesota Timberwolves and also benefited from the defeat of Philadelphia 76ers against Phoenix Suns in the top game of the day. Theeis get four points in almost 18 minutes on the field. Decisive proportion of the sixth victory in the episode of the record champion had the Duo Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown: Tatum scored 34 points, Brown contributed 31 points and ten rebounds at the 47th season success.
The Suns (Devin Booker, 35 Points) extended their winning streaks to eight and are further the undisputed best team of the league, the 76ers slipped through the 104: 114, on the other hand, from rank one in the east in fourth place fourth. The Miami Heat and defending champion Milwaukee Bucks is now facing the 76ers, which also did not reach the 37 points of Joel Embid.
Lakers are not enough 20 points lead
The Los Angeles Lakers, with 17 championship titles equal to the Celtics record holder in the NBA, satisfied another severe setback meanwhile. Against the New Orleans Pelicans, the team around Lebron James lost in spite of 20 points for a break with 108: 116 and slipped in the table back to the tenth place behind the Pelicans. As a tenth, the Californians would just take part in the play-in tournament, the eleventh has already summer break after the Regular Season.
The Dallas Mavericks climbed a 114: 100 against Utah Jazz rank four of the Western Conference. Luka Doncic (32/10/5) was once again Matchwinner, Maxi Klue controlled two points and seven rebounds in 23 minutes. Third parties are the Golden State Warriors who have lost five of the past ten games through the 115: 123 against Washington Wizards. Even a career repair of 25 counters by Corey Kispert did not help the guests in the capital.
Oscars for “Shaq” and Steph Curry
Kispert’s teammate Stephen Curry could comfort himself with the Oscar. Together with the former superstar Shaquille O’Neal, the Guard of Warriors cleared the coveted film award. Both are co-producers of the 22-minute film “The Queen of Basketball”, which was awarded in the category Best Short Documentation. He is about Lusia Harris, who had scored the first basket in the history of the Olympic Games in 1976 and was the first wife of a team from the NBA in 1977.