The Cavaliers and Wizards continue to surprise

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Where are they going? Cavaliers; Reversing a difference of 19 points from the third period, they prevailed 91-89 against the Celtics and reached their record of 9-5 against each prediction. Darius Garland had 22 points and with two shots in 9 ” formed the final score, while Dennis Schroeder who had 28 for Boston missed the shot for extra time.

They continue their unexpectedly good course AND Wizards. They passed comfortably with 104-92 from Orlando, reaching the four consecutive victories and 9-3. Spencer Dingwidi with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists made the difference for the “magicians”, who played without Bradley Bill, who lost his grandmother.

The Miami ended a three-game losing streak in the best way possible, as it went 111-105 over Utah. Tyler Hiro had 27 points, while Duncan Robinson added 22 to 6/11 three-pointers for the Heat, who played without Butler and Morris. Bojan Bogdanovic had 26 points and Donovan Mitchell 22 points but both with 8/19 shots for the Jazz.

Justin Holiday scored 27 points coming off the bench and Pacers defeated the Sixers 118-113, playing for the fourth consecutive match without Joel Ebid (due to a coronavirus) suffered a fourth consecutive defeat. Tobias Harris with 32 points tried to fill the gap, but did not have much help.

Unstoppable Clippers, completed seven consecutive victories, defeating the Timberwolves 129-102. Chris Paul with 23 and Reggie Jackson with 21 points led the LA team aggressively.

Jeremy Grant scored 14 of his 24 points in the fourth period and Pistons they surprised by beating the Raptors 127-121 in Toronto, who played without VanBlit and Atschua.

The series ended with a series of nine defeats Pelicans prevailing 112-101 of the Grizzlies for their second victory this year (2-12).

Detailed results:

Utah Jazz-Miami Heat 105-111

Indiana Pacers-Philadelphia 76ers 118-113

Orlando Magic-Washington Wizards 92-104

New Orleans Pelicans-Memphis Grizzlies 112-101

Toronto Raptors-Detroit Pistons 121-127

Cleveland Cavaliers-Boston Celtics 91-89

Los Angeles Clippers-Minnesota Timberwolves 129-102

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