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The Rockets beat the Bulls in a 15-game drought

The Rockets beat the Bulls in a 15-game drought

- As the Houston Rockets lost 16 games with a 118-113 victory over the visiting Chicago Bulls on Wednesday, Danuel House Jr. scored 18 points off the bench and gave a spark plug with the Houston Rockets a 118-113 win over the visiting Chicago Bulls.

The Rockets defeated the Rockets through 114-108 with 5:23 left, and followed by a two-pointer, while the Titans got out of a 3-point deficit by 2:23. House added a pair of critical free throws after Garrison Mathews sank the corner 3 from a Chicago defensive trap, and quickly climbed the Rockets to a 15.5-second lead.

The Rockets earned 59 bench points while four starters scored in double figures, paced by Christian Wood who paired 16 points with 10 rebounds. Two of them got a six-time final assist, leading the Mathews 3.

Zach LaVine paced the Bulls with 28 points while Lonzo Ball scored 17 points in the first half, DeMar DeRozan added 17 points and Nicol Vucevic had fourteen points and 13 rebounds, and Alex Caruso scored 13 points in the fourth quarter, including two late threes and fuel the rally.

Lakers 124, Pacers 116, Lakers 124, Pacers 124, 116, 124, 124, 498, 997, 115, 124, 116, 104, 116, 108, 109, 106, 125, 109, 110, 121, 111.

LeBron James scored seven of his season-high 39 points in overtime and Los Angeles closed its five-game road trip with a defeat of Indiana in Indianapolis.

The lead came in late overtime without Anthony Davis, who missed Wednesday's game due to a non-COVID illness. The guards, who broke up the power of the win over Los Angeles, also improved its momentum.

All three of the season began with a double-double and a single-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds. The score is 28 points, including 17 points, with T.J. McConnell and Caris LeVert score eight points. Dominicas Sabonis scored seven of his four 3-pointers with 13 points and 12 rebounds; Justin Holiday scored eight triple-doubles of the season, including two four-pointers with 10 rebounds and two-folds with 108 points.

125, Trail Blazers 121, Kings 125, 121, Kings 125, Trail Blazers 121.

Buddy Hield made five 3-pointers and scored 22 points off the bench to give Sacramento a convincing victory over visiting Portland.

The Kings lost at the hands of the Royals in the last quarter because of a left foot injury.

For Portland, with 12 rebounds and 17 assists, the Trail Blazers scored 22 points for The Trail Blazers.

Warriors 116, 76ers 96; Warriors 76ers 96; Warriors 76ers 76ers 116, 76ers 76ers 96, and 76ers 78ers 94, 96ers 96.

As a result, Golden State beat Philadelphia in San Francisco by four points. Seth Curry scored 24 goals.

The Warriors defeated the home side from 19 to record their ninth home win in a row. The Warriors' four goals on each other have been 12.

Tyese Maxey (19) and Danny Green (10) reached double figures on the final night of a long road trip without star big man, Joel Embiid (health and safety protocols).

Nets 123, Celtics 104, jolly 122, velly 104, terry 104, velope 104.

At the present, the Nets got eight games, five straight, five straight games as well as eight games, with three consecutive games thrown in.

Durant's first basket, on a pull-up jumper at 10:05 in the opening quarter, moved him past Don Iverson (24,368 points) into 25th place on the NBA's all-time scoring list. The night finished with 24,388 points.

Marcus Smart finished with 20 points and eight assists to help the Celtics beat the Celtics. Jayson Tatum scored just 4 of 16 shots and Dennis Schroder also scored 10 points on 3-of-10 shooting.

Bucks 114, Pistons 93, Bucks 93, Bucks 93, Bucks 93, Bucks 93, 109, 79, Pistons 93.

Even the last 16 seconds, a Giannis Antetokounmpo assist ignited a 14-0 victory by Milwaukee.

The Bucks beat the Pistons 5-0 on the homestand courtesy of their 12th consecutive victory.

Since the second night of a back-to-back, Trey Lyles was the one to earn a team-high 19 points for Detroit, who were playing with the team and suffered a fourth straight defeat.

Timberwolves 113, Heat 101, 111-foot-high, 101-foot-high.

With 33 points and 14 assists, Anthony Edwards scored a career-high 14 rebounds in the win over Minnesota in the fourth straight match.

As of today, Malik Beasley scored five 3-pointers and scored a season-high 29 points for Minnesota, which has risen five times in a row for the first time since 2018. D'Angelo Russell, 29, and Jarred Vanderbilt, 20, put 8 points and grabbed 15 rebounds and a season-high 15, respectively.

Tom Baker scored 17 points, Tyler Herro had 16 and Gabe Vincent was 14.

Jazz 110, 114 Thunder, 104 Jazz 111, 113 Thunder 104, 104 Jazz 117, 102 Thunder 104 Jazz 102 Jazz 102, 104 Thunder 104 Jazz 104 Jazz 110, 110 Thunder 104, 104 Thunder 104 Jazz 104, 104 Thunder 104.

Donovan Mitchell scored 13 points in the final minute, to lift on Utah.

Jordan Clarkson led the Jazz with 20 points off the bench. Bojan Bogdanovic added 19 points and Rudy Gobert was 15 points and 17 rebounds.

The Jazz wins fourth in five games, and the Thunder defeat four consecutive games with six.

Raptors 126, Grizzlies 113, Raptors 113, Grizzlies 113, Grizzlies 113, Grizzlies 113, Grizzlies 113, Grizzlies 113 and Grizzlies 122.

Gary Trent Jr. scored 17 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter as the visiting Toronto vs. Memphis defeated.

Precious Achiuwa scored all of his 17 in the third quarter, bringing the Raptors' record to 2-3 on their own six-game road trip.

The Raptors have 23 points, and Scottie Barnes and Pascal Siakam have 17 points per person.

127 Pelicans, Wizards 102 Wizards 102 Wizards 127 - 127 - 102 Wizards 102.

As New Orleans routed Washington, Brandon Ingram broke out of a shooting slump to score 26 points. Jonas Valanciunas scored a double as New Orleans beat Washington.

The Pelicans lost to a season-high point total and won just the fourth time this season.

The Wizards, who lost their fourth consecutive victory in five games on the winning streak, lost four times in a row in five games.

Hawks 124; Spurs 106; Hawks 124; Hawks 124; Hawks Spurs 106; Hawks 124; Hawks Spurs 124; Hawks Spurs 106; Hawks Spurs 124; Hawks 104; Hawks 129; and Hawks 123; Hicks 106; Hawks 124; Hawks 124; Hawks 124; Spurs 106; Hawks 124; Hawks 124; Hawks 124; Hawks

Trae Young scored 31 points and dished out 11 assists as the game endeared with an early third-quarter run that opened the game with the visit to Atlanta to secure the sixth straight fumble.

By adding 18 points to the Hawks, John Collins scoring 15 apiece and Lou Williams and Cam Reddish hitting 12 apiece, Claudio Capela scored 11 points and 13 rebounds and Kevin Huerter and Danilo Gallinari scoring 10 points each.

San Antonio lost six straight games; was beaten to its worst start since 1996-97. To finish with eight games, the Spurs have failed to reach the highest point in its history. For San Antonio - one of the shortest with the remaining 13 points in four seasons and having lost three consecutive games, and is not on the brink of a fourth since 1996-97 season.

Hornets 106, Magic 99.

As the first ever champion watched four games against Charlotte in 8 games, Terry Rozier scored 27 points, and Kelly Oubre Jr. contributed 21 points off the bench, with the visiting Charlotte win on its seventh win in eight matches.

Peach Bridges scored 11 points, nine assists and six assists during the season to defeat the Southeast Division rivals. P.J. Washington returned to the Charlotte lineup after missing the previous 10 games due to an aggressive left elbow and had one rebound and no points in six minutes.

The Magic also saw their home record down to 1-7. Mo Bamba scored 18 points and 12 rebounds while the Magic pushed through his lead in double figures, leading six Orlando scorers by eight points. Just like a glove, the Magic was a fan of its new orange-themed Nike helmet.

Suns 120, Cavaliers 115, Suns 120, 145, 125, 115, and Knights 115, 125.

Devin Booker scored 24 of his 35 points in the first half to reach Phoenix's 14. Straight victory, thanks to a win over Cleveland.

Aby Booker jumped from the floor and had three shots to help the Suns in this series' third consecutive victory streak. The Suns have seven titles shy of their franchise record set in 2006-07 season. Chris Paul got 17 points and 12 assists, Deandre Ayton was 16 points and nine rebounds, and JaVale McGee added 13 points and 12 boards for Phoenix.

Jarrett Allen collected 25 points and 11 rebounds to record his second straight double-double and seventh in nine games. Cedi Osman had 23, Darius Garland contributed 19 points and seven assists, and Ricky Rubio added 15 points for the Cavaliers, whose skid reached a season-high five games.

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