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Sports Miami takes revenge against the Lakers

11:28  21 february  2021
11:28  21 february  2021 Source:   sports.fr

LeBron takes charge in 2nd OT, Lakers edge Pistons 135-129

  LeBron takes charge in 2nd OT, Lakers edge Pistons 135-129 LOS ANGELES — LeBron James scored eight of his 33 points in the second overtime, Anthony Davis added 30 points and the Los Angeles Lakers narrowly avenged a loss in Detroit last month with a 135-129 victory over the undermanned Pistons on Saturday night. Dennis Schröder had 22 points and eight assists in the defending NBA champions’ fourth consecutive victory since that 107-92 loss to the Pistons nine days ago. The Lakers committed a season-high 23 turnovers and wasted several chances to close out the win in regulation.

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It took the Lakers less than five minutes to put together a 20-6 run, taking the lead back at 91-89 with 8:55 left on a layup by Rajon Rondo. “We were almost fighting back the entire game,” Morris said. The last punch went to Miami , Butler simply unwilling to let his team go down 3-0. “We know how Jimmy is in these moments, and the world has seen what Jimmy Butler is capable of,” Herro said. Miami ’s starters outscored the Lakers ’ starting five 89-51, and the Heat held the Lakers to a 14-for-42 night from three-point land. James, who won two titles with the Heat, wasn’t in the least bit surprised that

Basket – NBA : Miami prend sa revanche face aux Lakers, Charlotte douche Golden State au buzzer, Washington stoppe Portland © Supplied by Sports.fr Basket - NBA: Miami takes revenge against the Lakers, Charlotte shower Golden State at the buzzer, Washington stops Portland THE MATCH OF THE NIGHT Miami takes its revenge. A little more than four months after the coronation of the Lakers at the expense of the Heat, Jimmy Butler and his family took revenge on Saturday night by going to win against the Californians (96-94) on the floor of the Staples Center on the occasion of the reunion between the two teams. Deprived of Anthony Davis, finally absent for a month, but also of Dennis Schröder, the reigning champions, immediately badly embarked, chased the score throughout the game. The Lakers, thanks in particular to LeBron James (19 points, 9 rebounds, 9 assists) and Kyle Kuzma (23 points), have never let themselves go so far, and if Miami kept its lead until the end by taking advantage of two Butler's decisive free throws (24 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists) in the dying moments to validate his success, an interception from James offered match point to third in the Western Conference. Unfortunately for the Lakers, Alex Caruso missed his three-point attempt.

Bam doesn't give up on the play! @MiamiHEAT up 4 with 4 minutes left on ABC.

LeBron leads Lakers past Thunder again in OT, 114-113

  LeBron leads Lakers past Thunder again in OT, 114-113 LOS ANGELES — LeBron James hit the tying 3-pointer late in regulation and then broke up the Thunder's final possession in overtime to lead the Los Angeles Lakers to their sixth consecutive victory, 114-113 over Oklahoma City on Wednesday night. James had 25 points, seven assists and six rebounds for the defending NBA champions, who survived their third consecutive overtime game. Montrezl Harrell scored 20 points, and Dennis Schröder had 19 points and seven rebounds as the Lakers rallied back from another huge early deficit and again showed just enough late-game poise to win.

Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks have yet to make real noise in the postseason despite finishing as the top overall seed the past two seasons. They were bounced in the second round by the Miami Heat in last year's bubble, leaving a very bad taste in their mouths. The Bucks will look for revenge as they draw the Heat in the opening round as they seek their first NBA title in 50 years. The Bucks take a 80-78 lead into the fourth quarter of Game 1.

All the turnovers came because the warriors offense was too predictable, first the lakers and now the grizzlies everybody seems to know where steph and draymond are going to pass it before they do. Yeah I've been excited about that Warriors forest championship year comparison all year. Matchups are going to be tough but the Jazz have a path they can take to a championship. Part of me really wanted to face GSW or Lakers because knocking the Grizzlies out in the first round ain't going to shit anyone up around here.

- NBA (@NBA) up 4 with 4 minutes left on ABC.— NBA (@NBA)? Ref_src = twsrc% 5Etfw "> February 21, 2021 MVP OF THE NIGHT Terry Rozier sent Golden State to the ... roses to allow Charlotte, beaten by San Antonio during his previous outing at home, to resume success in his room (102-100), Saturday against the Warriors. Already by far the best player in this game between the Hornets and the double NBA champions, with 36 points scored in total in the evening (Kelly Open Jr, in the opposite camp, was satisfied with 25 points), the leader of the North Carolina franchise played the heroes until 'at the end by delivering his team to the buzzer (102-100) on a completely crazy shoot. Caught in a pincer movement by the opposing defense, the number 3 thus succeeded despite this shock treatment of the Warriors to clear a passage and trigger a Unimaginable shot near the end line (but at two points) that hit the mark. Golden State, already deprived of Stephen Curry - the star of the team felt bad before the meeting and preferred to give up - then also played without Draymond Green, sent off nine seconds from the end.

HORNETS in the CLUTCH!

Lakers probably longer without a superstar

 Lakers probably longer without a superstar Bad news for the Los Angeles Lakers. Superstar Anthony Davis is not expected to be available in the coming weeks. © Provided by sport1.de Lakers probably longer without superstar The Los Angeles Lakers have to do without basketball star Anthony Davis for several weeks. National player Dennis Schröder's team mate suffered an Achilles tendon injury according to ESPN ​​information and will be out until the NBA's All-Star break (March 5-10).

Neither lineup played a lick against the Lakers this season. It is unlikely Spoelstra veers from what has gotten Miami to this point, at least to start the series, even if Vogel plays a second center alongside Davis. Spoelstra stuck with that lineup against a big Bucks frontline, despite its struggles, if only The Lakers started McGee to great success in their two games against the Heat during the regular season, but both came opposite Leonard. Vogel has twice discarded McGee from his playoff starting lineup already, a sign of his distrust. The most logical counter to Adebayo at center is Davis, which would

An undermanned Lakers team that played the night before never threatened against a Golden State side out for vengeance, as the Warriors hammered their visitors by historic margin, 149-106. Golden State handed out a franchise-record 47 assists — the most in the entire The Lakers — who beat Oklahoma City at Staples Center 24 hours earlier — were never competitive in Oakland after taking the floor without starters D’Angelo Russell (sore knee) and Julius Randle (hip pointer). Before the game, the sold-out Oracle Arena crowd gave Walton, a former Warriors assistant, a standing ovation for his first

Following Terry Rozier's Saturday night, we look back at some of the top CLUTCH shots from the last 5 seasons! ???? ❄️ - NBA (@NBA) Saturday night, we look back at some of the top CLUTCH shots from the last 5 seasons! ???? ❄️— NBA (@NBA)? Ref_src = twsrc% 5Etfw "> February 21, 2021 THE NIGHT FLOP End of series for Portland After six straight wins, the Blazers and their star point guard Damian Lillard, irresistible during the of his last outings, fell Saturday night (118-111) at home against Washington. The king of "Dame Time" has however spared no efforts once again, to try to allow his team to continue on his very good momentum at the moment. Unfortunately for Lillard and his teammates, his still monstrous performance on Saturday against the Wizards (35 points to 10 of 30 on shots including 7 of 17 at three points, 12 assists, 6 rebounds), especially after the break (29 points), this time did not lead to another auspicious evening for Portland. The fault in particular in the fatal 9-0 passed in the last minutes to the Blazers by Bradley Beal (37 points), to a Russell Westbrook again at the top of his game (27 points, 13 assists, 11 rebounds, third consecutive triple-double p or him) and the Wizards, winners of their fourth game in a row.

Beal, Russ lead the to 4 straight! @ RealDealBeal23 : 37 PTS @ russwest44 : 27 PTS, 11 REB, 13 AST

Nets rout short-handed Lakers for 5th straight victory

  Nets rout short-handed Lakers for 5th straight victory LOS ANGELES — James Harden scored 23 points, Joe Harris added 21 with six 3-pointers and the Brooklyn Nets routed the short-handed Los Angeles Lakers 109-98 on Thursday night for their season-best fifth straight victory. Kyrie Irving had 16 points and seven rebounds as Brooklyn easily won this matchup of NBA title contenders and improved to 4-0 on a five-game West Coast trip with Kevin Durant missinghis third straight game with a strained left hamstring. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot scored 15 points and hit five of the Nets' 18 3-pointers, LeBron James scored his 35,000th career point while getting 32 points, eight rebounds and seven assists for the Lakers.

led Houston to take 22 games in a row five years ago. It would be a remarkable amalgamation of skill and will and “what the hell just happened,” and it would also leave the Miami Heat with a 63-14 record, with five games left to play and a whole lot of time to take it easy. Right before the playoffs. LeBron James is getting a game off after starting the first 36 for the Los Angeles Lakers this season. James is out for Wednesday night's game against the Sacramento Kings. James did not travel with the team after a loss to the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday and is getting a few days away from the team before

The Los Angeles Lakers have claimed their first NBA championship in a decade, defeating the Miami Heat 106-93 in Game 6 of the finals. The title comes in the same year the team lost its icon, Kobe Bryant, who led the franchise to its last five championships. For the first time since Bryant’s fifth and It would be, James predicted, the toughest title to ever win. They made the clincher look easy. James won his fourth title, doing it with a third different franchise — and against the Heat franchise that showed him to to become a champion. Bam Adebayo had 25 points and 10 rebounds for Miami , which got 12

- NBA (@NBA) to 4 straight! @ RealDealBeal23 : 37 PTS @ russwest44 : 27 PTS, 11 REB, 13 AST— NBA (@NBA)? Ref_src = twsrc% 5Etfw "> February 21, 2021 BASKET - NBA / REGULAR SEASON Wednesday February 17, 2021 Charlotte Hornets - Golden State Warriors: 102-100 Los Angeles Lakers - Miami Heat: 94-96 Chicago Bulls - Sacramento Kings: 122-114 >>> Adam Mokoka (CHI) did not play Memphis Grizzlies - Phoenix Suns: 97-128 Portland Trail Blazers - Washington Wizards: 111-118

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Butler takes over, Heat top Pelicans 103-93 .
NEW ORLEANS — Jimmy Butler had 29 points and nine assists, and the Miami Heat took advantage of Zion Williamson's absence to beat the New Orleans Pelicans 103-93 on Thursday night. With a repertoire of strong inside moves and accurate mid-range shooting, Butler made 10 of 14 shots and eight of nine free throws to help the Heat keep the Pelicans at bay. Butler added a late step-back 3 to give him 10 points during an 11-2 run that put Miami up 98-87 with 2:50 to go. “You can see we trust him, we want him to have the ball in those moments and he always comes through,” Heat guard Goran Dragic said. “It's really awesome to watch him, what he's able to do.

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