The Warriors lost, Lebron for… Oscar

2016-04-02T12:16:24+00:00 2016-04-02T13:30:47+00:00.

Antonis Stroggylakis

02/Apr/16 12:16

Eurohoops.net

Meanwhile, the Eastern Conference remains a boiling pot, while things in the West are much more clear.

By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net

While the Eastern conference remains an unpredictable boiling pot, seven out of eight playoffs spots are sealed in the Western Conference. When it comes to the last ticket, the Utah Jazz and the Dallas Mavericks got some highly important victories last night to stay one step in front of the Houston Rockets.

The surprise of the night took place in “Oracle Arena” where the Golden State Warriors were beaten at home for the first time January 2015! Stephen Curry and co. were counting 54 (36 this season) consecutive victories in Oakland until the Boston Celtics arrived to end their crazy record.

By scoring 29 points against the Atlanta Hawks, Lebron James became the 11th best scorer in the history of the NBA, surpassing the great Oscar Robertson.

The Results:

Charlotte Hornets (Kemba Walker 26 p. 11 r.) – Philadelphia 76ers : 100 – 91

Detroit PistonsDallas Mavericks (J.J. Barea 29 p.) : 89 – 98

New York Knicks (Langston Galloway 18 p. 7 a.) – Brooklyn Nets: 105 – 91

Atlanta HawksCleveland Cavaliers (Lebron James 26 p. 16 r. 9 a.) : 108 – 110

Memphis GrizzliesToronto Raptors (DeMar DeRozan 26 p.) : 95 – 99

Milwaukee Bucks (16 p. 11 r. 11 a.) – Orlando Magic: 113 – 110

Utah Jazz (Gordon Hayward 22 p. 5 r.) – Minessota Timberwolves: 95 – 85

Sacramento KingsMiami Heat (Gerald Green 30 p.) : 112 – 106

Golden State WarriorsBoston Celtics (Jared Sullinger 20 p. 12 r.) : 106 – 109

Phoenix SunsWashington Wizards (John Wall 22 p. 10 a.) : 99 – 106