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Why is Everyone Surprised by How Cool Milwaukee Is?
This is the latest in our series on underrated destinations, It's Still a Big World. In the ’70s, Milwaukee was known for the upbeat TV shows Laverne and Shirley and Happy Days; in fact, the “Bronze Fonz” statue that gleams over the Milwaukee River is a persistent reminder of what some consider to be the city’s glory days. In the ’80s, Jeffrey Dahmer took over as the city’s (very!) unfortunate claim to fame and, at one point, when I’d tell people I’m from Milwaukee, their first reaction would be “Oh, that’s where Jeffery Dahmer is from!” Indeed, it is.
on the Parquet of Boston Celtics, the Philadelphia 76ers found the way to victory (96 -106). For his part, Stephen Curry, with his franchise from Golden State Warriors, paid Milwaukee Bucks (122-121).
The match of the night: Boston Celtics - Philadelphia 76ers The defeat against the Grizzlies Memphis is already erased. In the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, as part of the regular NBA season, the Philadelphia 76ers returned with success, on the parquet of the Boston Celtics (96-106). For this meeting, the franchise was able to rely on a particular man. His All-Star Pivot Joel Embid was in shape and he proved it, since he finished better marker of his, but also better marker of this match , with a total of 35 points, 6 rebounds and 1 decisive pass. In the face, the Celtics had to be obvious. Especially since for this match, Boston had to do without his French Evan Fournier. The trio composed of Kemba Walker, Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum tried to do his utmost, but it was not enough. Thanks to this successful proubant, the Philadelphia 76ers recovers the first place in the ranking of the conference is.
2020-21 NBA Rookie Ladder: Who took the top spot from injured LaMelo Ball?
Welcome back to our 2020-21 NBA Rookie Ladder! Every other Friday, we will provide you with updated rankings to track which first-year players are leading the Rookie of the Year race. LaMelo Ball's injury has paved the way for a different first-year player to take the top rank since the first week of this ladder, but who claimed that spot? Also, a new rookie enters the top five for their first time this season.As a follow-up to my 2020 NBA Draft coverage, I will be providing an in-depth look at how this year's rookie class has performed to start their NBA career by ranking the leading candidates for Rookie of the Year every other Friday.
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French of the Night: Nicolas Batum More D 'Upload information ... NBA / REGULAR SEASON Tuesday 6 April 2021 Indiana Pacers - Chicago Bulls : 97-113 Atlanta Hawks - New Orleans Pelicans: 123-107 Boston Celtics - Philadelphia 76ers : 96 -106 Toronto Raptors - Los Angeles Lakers : 101-110 Miami Heat - Memphis Grizzlies : 112-124 >>> Killian Tillie (MEM) (5 points (2/6 with shots, 1/4 to 3pts and 0 / 0 to the throws-francs), 2 rebounds, 1 decisive pass, 0 fault, 0 interception, 0 balloon lost and 1 against in 13 minutes of play). Denver Nuggets - Detroit Pistons: 134-119 >>> Sekou Doumbouya (Det) (2 points (1/5 with shots, 0/2 to 3pts and 0/0 to the lancers-francs), 3 rebounds, 0 decisive pass , 0 fault, 0 interception, 1 balloon lost and 0 against in 30 minutes of play). Golden State Warriors - Milwaukee Bucks: 122-121 >>> Axel Toupane (Mil) (0 points (0/0 to fire, 0/0 to 3pts and 0/0 to the throws-francs), 0 rebound, 0 pass decisive, 0 fault, 0 interception, 0 balloon lost and 0 against in 1 minute of play). Los Angeles Clippers - Portland Trail Blazers: 133-116 >>> Nicolas Batum (Lake) (5 points (2/5 with shots, 1/4 to 3pts and 0/0 to the charts-francs), 6 rebounds, 2 Decisive passes, 2 faults, 1 interception, 0 balloon lost and 0 against in 21 minutes of play).
Sunday, April 4 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers .
There were eight NBA games to look forward to on Sunday. Follow along for final scores, stats and highlights from each contest. Dallas Mavericks 109, Washington Wizards 87 Luka Doncic pours in 28 points, eight rebounds and six assists to lead the Mavs to their fourth-straight win. 26 PTS, 6 AST for @luka7doncic.4 straight wins for @dallasmavs.#MFFL pic.twitter.com/V6oOLmcNmS— NBA (@NBA) April 4, 2021 New York Knicks 125, Detroit Pistons 81 Julius Randle scored a game-high 29 points and eight rebounds as the Knicks snap their three-game skid. WHAT A 1ST QUARTER for Julius Randle!???? 20 PTS ???? 4 3PM ???? pic.twitter.