Doncic and Jokic continue to dominate, Bucks streak ends

2022-11-08T10:10:21+00:00 2022-11-08T11:41:34+00:00.

Bojan Brezovac

08/Nov/22 10:10

Luka Doncic had 36 points and led the way for Dallas against Brooklyn, while Nikola Jokic added 26 against the Spurs. Denver got the “W”. A big streak ended for the Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks

By Eurohoops Team/

For the first time in NBA history, all teams played on the same night, and the Denver Nuggets managed to record their third consecutive victory. Denver defeated San Antonio 109-105.

Nikola Jokić from Serbia was once again fantastic and recorded 26 points, 10 assists, 8 rebounds, 2 steals, and 3 blocks.

The Dallas Mavericks after a hard battle defeated Brooklyn 96-94, and the sensation from Slovenia Luka Dončić delivered a fantastic game and scored 36 points with 6 rebounds and assists.

It was Luka Doncic’s ninth consecutive game with at least 30 points and now only the legendary Wilt Chamberlain is ahead of him with a streak of 24 such games.

Atlanta defeated Milwaukee 117-98 at home despite missing Trae Young, and this is the 2021 champions’ first loss this season after nine consecutive victories.

The Greek Freak Giannis Antetokounmpo had 25 points and 7 rebounds, while Swiss big man Clint Capela had 5 points and 12 rebounds for the winning side.

Another notable performance by Latvian big man Porzingis. He scored 19 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in the Wizard’s victory over Charlotte Hornets 108-100.

Italian Paulo Banchero scored 30 points, but it was not enough for the “W”. Houston Rockets defeated Orlando 134-127.

The Chicago Bulls got another victory. This time against Toronto Raptors 111-97, and the big man from Montenegro, Nikola Vucevic had 15 points and13 rebounds, followed by Slovenia’s Goran Dragic who added 10 points. On the losing side, Anunoby had 13, a Spain’s Hernangomez had 5 points.

NBA results and notable Euro-scorers:

Charlotte HornetsWashington Wizards 100-108 (Pozingis 19p 8r, 5a, Avdija 3p)
Orlando MagicHouston Rockets 127-134 (Bachero 30p, Wagner 23p, 5r, 7a – Sengun 20p,10r, Garuba 3p, 6r)
Detroit PistonsOklahoma City Thunder 112-103 (Bogdanovic 12p, Hayes 5p)
Indiana PacersNew Orleans Pelicans 129-122 (Valanciunas 14p, 7r)
Philadelphia 76ersPhoenix Suns 100-88(Saric 1r)
Atlanta HawksMilwaukee Bucks 117-98 (Antetokounbo 25p, 7r,Ibaka 4p, 4r)
Miami HeatPortland Trail Blazers 107-110 (Nurkic 4p, 11r)
Chicago BullsToronto Raptors 111-97 (Vucevic 15p, 13r, Dragic 10p, 5r – Anunoby 13p,Hernangomez 5p)
Memphis GrizzliesBoston Celtics 106-109 (Aldama 8p)
Minnesota TimberwolvesNew York Knicks 107-120(Hartenstein 4p, Fournier 2)
San Antonio SpursDenver Nuggets 109-105 (Poeltl 4p, Sochan 2p – Jokic 26p, 8r, 10a)
Dallas MavericksBrooklyn Nets 96-94 (Doncic 36p, Kleber 5p)
Golden State WarriorsSacramento Kings 116-113 (Sabonis 19p, 14r)
Utah JazzLos Angeles Lakers 139-116 (Markkanen 23p)
Los Angeles ClippersCleveland Cavaliers  119-117 (Zubac 10p, 9r- Osman 2p)

Eastern Conference standings

  1. Milwaukee Bucks 9-1
  2. Cleveland Cavaliers 8-2
  3. Boston Celtics 7-3
  4. Atlanta Hawks 7-3
  5. Toronto Raptors 6-5
  6. Chicago Bulls 6-6
  7. Indiana Pacers 5-5
  8. New York Knicks 5-5
  9. Washington Wizards 5-6
  10. Philadelphia 76ers 5-6
  11. Brooklyn Nets 4-7
  12. Miami Heat 4-7
  13. Charlotte Hornets 3-8
  14. Detroit Pistons 3-8
  15. Orlando Magic 2-9

Western Conference standings

  1. Utah Jazz 9-3
  2. Phoenix Suns 7-3
  3. Portland Trail Blazers 7-3
  4. Denver Nuggets 7-3
  5. Dallas Mavericks 6-3
  6. Memphis Grizzlies 7-4
  7. LA Clippers 6-5
  8. New Orleans Pelicans 5-5
  9. San Antonio Spurs 5-6
  10. Minnesota Timberwolves 5-6
  11. Oklahoma City Thunder 4-6
  12. Golden State Warriors 4-7
  13. Sacramento Kings 3-6
  14. LA Lakers 2-8
  15. Houston Rockets 2-9