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the Mavericks on the podium, the Suns and the Grizzlies in record mode, welcome to the Wild West

The Playoffs are getting closer and the stakes are becoming more and more concrete. From the race to the best Draft pick to first place in the Eastern Conference, passing through the Western podium or the play-in tournament, the pressure is absolutely everywhere, on all the floors of the League and every evening. Tonight ? Two monsters from the West have validated their incredible season by the numbers and another has climbed the box, while in the East the fight is still raging in the Top 4. Shall we debrief? We debrief!

# The results of the night

  • Pacers-Nuggets: 118-125
  • Cavaliers – Mavericks: 112-120
  • Wizards-Magic: 127-110
  • Raptors–Wolves: 125-102
  • Celtics-Heat: 98-106
  • Knicks-Hornets: 114-125
  • Rockets-Kings: 118-121
  • Thunder–Hawks: 118-136
  • Spurs-Grizzlies: 111-112
  • Warriors-Suns: 103-107
  • Blazers – Pelicans: 107-117

# What you must remember

  • Lance Stephenson had Austin Rivers kicked out literally FOR NOTHING and he almost woke up his Pacers against Denver.
  • Fortunately Nikola Jokic has finished the job and everyone is happy.
  • Luka Doncic was WAY too strong for the Cavs.
  • Kristaps Porzingis dominated the racket of the Magic, in other words he did not dominate many people.
  • The Wolves started very well against the Raptors but they ended VERY badly.
  • Pascal Siakam slammed his second career triple-double, Gary Trent Jr. took care of the candles and the Raptors secure the sixth spot in the East.
  • In the shock of the night, yeah we talk like boomers, the Heat were stronger than the Celtics and won in Boston. Leaders.
  • Evan Fournier had initiated a big run for the Knicks and will end his evening with 30 points, but Miles Bridges took care of wiping the case in the fourth quarter.
  • Masterclass of tanking between the Rockets and the Kings and victory therefore defeat of Sacramento, in a match where we will also have seen a magnificent candy contest organized by Jalen Green, Kevin Porter Jr. and Davion Mitchell.
  • the Hawks had already scored against the Thunder 85 points at…halftime. 30 for Trae Young (41 in the end) and, funnier, 15 for Kevin Knox.
  • Oliver Sarr and Théo Maledon still showed themselves well despite the jerk received by their team.
  • The Spurs nearly robbed the Grizzlies but Keldon Johnson missed the lay-up for the win.
  • Suddenly the Grizzlies are champions of the Southwest Division for the first time in their history and will finish no matter what happens second in the Western Conference this season.
  • And they only need two games to tie the best record in franchise history.
  • Speaking of record, the Suns equaled theirs with a 62nd victory against the Warriors who were not unworthy, but who suddenly give up their place on the podium in the West.
  • CJ McCollum got his little standing ovation on his first return to Portland, and the Pels quietly shoved the Blazers’ tank to pull away in ninth place in the West.

# Some memories of the night

# The Top 10 of the night

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# The TTFL scores of the night

# The race for the Draft

# The race for the Playoffs

# Classification

# Tonight’s program

  • 1h: Pistons – Sixers
  • 1h30: Nets – Bucks
  • 1h30: Hawks – Cavs
  • 2 a.m.: Bulls – Clippers
  • 4 a.m.: Jazz-Lakers

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