Domantas Sabonis logs 26-19-14 as Indiana demolishes Oklahoma

2021-05-02T10:32:53+00:00 2021-05-02T10:32:53+00:00.

Stefan Djordjevic

02/May/21 10:32

Domantas Sabonis, Nikola Jokic, and Bojan Bogdanovic followed Luka Doncic’s historic performance with their own big outings among lots of European action in last night’s NBA schedule

By Eurohoops team/

The Indiana Pacers showed complete and utter domination over the Oklahoma City Thunder last night, handing their opponents the largest home loss in NBA history with 152-95 on the scoreboard.

Domantas Sabonis led the charge as he put up a triple-double already by halftime and eventually finished the run with 26 points, 19 rebounds, and 14 assists.

For the Thunder, Svi Mykhailiuk scored 13 followed by Gabriel Deck and Theo Maledon’s eight points each. Deck also grabbed ten rebounds.

Meanwhile, another European big man put up big numbers. Nikola Jokic went for 30 points, 14 rebounds, and seven assists in Denver’s road win over the Clippers which was very important seed-wise as now the Nuggets took over the third spot from the LA team. Campazzo contributed with ten points.

Bojan Bogdanovic continued to shine in Utah’s jersey while Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley are missing and he banked in 34 points to push his squad to the win over Toronto. Rudy Gobert logged 13 points and 16 rebounds.

Atlanta’s European trio was quite solid as well with Clint Capela having 20 points and 11 rebounds while Bogdan Bogdanovic scored 15 and Danilo Gallinari nine points.

Moe Wagner was perhaps the biggest surprise of the night, with 24 points in Orlando’s win over the Grizzlies which was as much of a surprise. Jonas Valanciunas had 11 points, 16 rebounds on the opposing side.

Minnesota and New Orleans clashed and so did the Hernangomez brothers as Juancho scored 14 points while Willy had 12 points and 12 rebounds. Ricky Rubio delivered 11 points.

Cedi Osman also had a good night with 15 points, 11 assists, and seven rebounds while Goran Dragic had nine points, seven assists, five boards.

Detroit’s youngsters, Killian Hayes and Sekou Doumbouya scored ten and nine points respectively.


Charlotte HornetsDetroit Pistons 107-94
Houston RocketsGolden State Warriors 87-113
Atlanta HawksChicago Bulls 108-97
Cleveland CavaliersMiami Heat 107-124
Minnesota TimberwolvesNew Orleans Pelicans 136-140
Oklahoma City Thunder – Indiana Pacers 95-152
Orlando MagicMemphis Grizzlies 112-111
Dallas MavericksWashington Wizards 125-124
LA ClippersDenver Nuggets 104-110
Utah JazzToronto Raptors 106-102