NBA: The missiles are still in free fall

The Houston Rockets are still in free fall in the NBA, scoring 20 straight losses, this time against the Oklahoma City Thunder, while Brandon Ingram and Zion Williamson added 60 points in the Pelican victory over the Nuggets.

The Missiles They continued to increase their record of losses in a row by losing at home by 114-112 to the youth team of thunder, Which didn’t even have its numbers Shai GilgiusAlexander And al Horford.

Canadian goalkeeper Luguentz Dort, Oklahoma City’s leading scorer with 23 points, was decisive in the final half by placing a superb save on John Wall with 4.9 seconds remaining, 113-112 behind the thunder.

Rockets missed fellow Serbian promoter Alexei Bukosevsky, who made one of two free throws, and in the last possession they put the ball back on to Wall, who missed the final hat-trick.

The veteran base finished with 24 points, seven rebounds, and the Pivot Christian Wood With a score of 27 points and eight boards.

The Rockets responded well at first to their superstar James Harden’s trade to the Brooklyn Nets in January.

The Texas franchise had eight wins and four losses in the first quarter without Harden, but has not celebrated a win since February 6, dropping to the penultimate place in the Western Conference, with the second-worst record in the league being 11.-30.

Ingram and zion tray with nuggets

With 30 points each, forward Brandon Ingram and powerhouse striker Zion Williamson led the New Orleans Pelicans 113-108 victory at the Nuggets.

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Denver, Who was achieving a stunning third straight win in overtime against BullsIt couldn’t stop the strength in the tallest men board Swans.

The all-new superstar, young Williamson, scored his 30 points with an efficacy of 69% on field shots (9-13) and 79% on free throws (11-14), which used to be the attacking Achilles heel, in addition to adding six rebounds and a steal. And block.

Denver’s Serbian star Nikola Djokic scored his eleventh double with 29 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, and Canadian goalkeeper Jamal Murray finished with 23 points and seven assists.


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