Super Basketball League: Kevin Durant recorded his 14th triple-double of the season, leading the Brooklyn Nets to an overtime victory over the Toronto Raptors.
Patty Mills hit a game-tying three to send the game to overtime, but it was Durant who led the Nets. He compensated for his team’s lack of important players by scoring 34 points, grabbing 13 rebounds, and dishing out 11 assists.
Because Brooklyn had seven players in the NBA’s health and safety protocol, including starters James Harden, LaMarcus Aldridge, and DeAndre’ Bembry, Durant was elevated from questionable just before the game. He answered with his 14th triple-double of the season in response to the last-minute addition.
Because Brooklyn has seven players in the NBA’s health and safety procedure, including starters James Harden and LaMarcus Aldridge, Durant was elevated from questionable just before the game. Mills scored 30 points to lead Brooklyn to their third straight victory.
With 31 points, Fred VanVleet led the Raptors, while Gary Trent Jr. and Pascal Siakam each had 25.
The NBA’s results from Tuesday night
129-131 Toronto Raptors Phoenix Suns 111-107 Brooklyn Nets (OT) Golden State Warriors 105-96 Portland Trail Blazers (OT) Knicks of New York
Ayton returns to lead the Suns to an overtime victory over the Blazers.
Phoenix beat Portland in overtime after Deandre Ayton returned from a non-COVID-19 illness with 28 points and 13 rebounds.
Chris Paul, who hit the game-tying jumper in overtime, contributed 24 points and 14 assists for a Suns squad that is still without leading scorer Devin Booker due to a hamstring ailment.
The Trail Blazers dropped their sixth straight game despite Damian Lillard’s 31 points and 10 assists.
The Suns had only five losses this season, one of which came against the Los Angeles Clippers the night before. Before meeting the Blazers, Phoenix had lost two of its previous four games.
As the Warriors defeat the Knicks, Curry establishes himself as the 3-point king.
On Tuesday night, Stephen Curry became the NBA’s lifetime 3-pointer leader while scoring 22 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 105-96 victory over the New York Knicks.
With 7:33 left in the first quarter, Curry hit his 2,974th 3-pointer, prompting a loud celebration inside Madison Square Garden.
The Warriors improved their NBA-best record to 23-5 by holding the Knicks to 36% shooting.
Jordan Poole scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds while shooting 13 for 13 from the line to overcome a 3-for-11 performance from the floor.
The Knicks’ shorthanded lineup was led by Julius Randle, who scored 31 points.
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