Brook López goes looking to get two points in the Bucks win
Brook Lépez scored; He scored 25 points and the Milwaukee Bucks extended their winning streak since the start of the season to nine, extending a franchise record, after beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 108-94 on Saturday. .
Giannis Antetokounmpo was absent. for the first time in the season. He included him & gué; on the list of “questionable” He went down with left knee soreness one night after recording his first triple-double of the season in Minnesota.
The Greek star did not participate. in the warm-up before the match. Coach Mike Budenholzer said afterward that the league's second-leading scorer, averaging 32.6 points per game, would take the night off.
Without Antetokounmpo, Lopez guided to Milwaukee on a 10-for-16 shooting streak, which included; four of the Bucks' 17 3-pointers. Jevon Carter and Grayson Allen each had five 3-pointers apiece and finished with 18 and 19 points, respectively.
Bobby Portis hit the jackpot. his fifth double double of the campaign with 12 points and 21 rebounds. Jrue Holiday ended also with a double double: 10 points and 13 assists.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander connected. seven of 16 shots and led to Oklahoma City with 18 points. Josh Giddey scored. 15 points and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl added. 12.
Jaylen Brown got a win. 30 points, Jayson Tatum added 26 and the Boston Celtics hit a franchise-record 17 3-pointers to beat the New York Knicks 133-118 on Saturday.
Brown and Tatum hit six 3-pointers apiece, while backup point guard Sam Hauser set up eight. He posted career-best stats with 16 points and five 3-pointers. 14 points.
Julius Randle scored. 29 points and RJ Barrett added 29 points. 27 for the Knicks, who have lost four of their last five meetings. Jalen Brunson posted 22 units and 10 assists.
Two Randle free throws brought the Knicks within four points midway through the fourth quarter, but the Celtics went on an 8-2 run, capped by a Tatum 3-pointer for Boston's 26th, to increase the lead to 124-114, with 3:34 to play.
Grant Williams established then a club record for 3-pointers in a regular-season game with 14 seconds left.
Dejounte Murray totaled He had 22 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, and the Atlanta Hawks outscored the New Orleans Pelicans 124-121 in overtime on Saturday.
Clint Capela added; 21 units and 19 rebounds for Atlanta, which improved to 6-3 with their second straight win.
The Pelicans fell to 5-4. He has suffered three overtime losses in the first three weeks of the season. with 29 points, while Zion Williamson established. He posted his best season tally with 13 points, in addition to grabbing 17 rebounds for New Orleans, who played 2-0. on consecutive nights.
Young, who used Three nights after taking a hit to the eye, he put on protective goggles. nine of 26 shots from the field and was the protagonist of an accelerated attack that exceeded beat New Orleans 22-14 on points scored through fast breaks.