Sport NBA Top Shot This: Giannis Antetokounmpo's monster block vs. Clippers
Toronto Raptors clamp down on defence to hand Milwaukee Bucks their fifth-straight loss
The Raptors took care of the Bucks for a second-straight game, cruising to a 110-96 win at Fiserv Forum as Pascal Siakam and Norm Powell combined for 56 points.Minus Kyle Lowry, who missed the game with a thumb injury, Norman Powell led the Raptors with 29 points, while Pascal Siakam continued his good run of form with 27 points, six assists and five rebounds and Fred VanVleet 17 points and eight assists.
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Basket - NBA: Utah has fallen, career record for Embiid, best outing of the season for Fournier
© Panoramic joel embiid philadelphie After nine consecutive victories, Utah fell on the floor of the Los Angeles Clippers (112-116 ) but remains the leader of the Western conference. With 50 points and 17 rebounds, Joel Embiid is still the big favorite for the MVP title while Evan Fournier had the best game of his season. Game of the night In full, the Los Angeles Clippers brought down Utah (116-112).
So without further ado, your NBA Top Shot Moment of the day:
#NBATopShotThis: Giannis' monster block
Giannis Antetokounmpo had about five different plays from tonight's game to pick from, including his huge dunk in the final seconds, but this rejection on Ivica Zubac takes the cake.
The reigning Defensive Player of the Year finished with four blocks on the night, none better than this one. With the Clippers leading 90-85 with 8:11 to go in the fourth quarter, Zubac rolled to the rim and took off, ready to throw it down with two hands, but Antetokounmpo had other ideas, flying in from the corner to swat it away.
The timing, the confidence, the air time — Giannis pulled off the cleanest of blocks.
???? this Giannis DENIAL at the rim!
2-point game with 5 minutes left on ABC.— NBA (@NBA)
He finished the game with 36 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and four blocks as the Bucks made it five-straight wins.
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