Lonnie Walker IV’s sensational late basket leads San Antonio Spurs to win over Utah Jazz | NBA News

Lonnie Walker IV scored a sensational basket in moments when the San Antonio Spurs came back in a rage to upset the Utah Jazz 128-126 in Salt Lake City.

Walker made the play of the game, leading in the center of 7-foot 1-inch Rudy Gobert, three-time defender of the year, and contorting his body with a high arc fade for the go-ahead score 14.9 seconds left. end.

Keldon Johnson scored 24 points and Derrick White added 22 for the Spurs, who were down 17 points in the second half before picking up the win, which ended the Jazz’s eight-game streak.

The NBA results on Friday night

  • Orlando Magic 105-115 Miami Heat
  • Atlanta Hawks 115-133 Denver Nuggets
  • Boston Celtics 107-111 Golden State Warriors
  • New Orleans Pelicans 116-112 Milwaukee Bucks
  • Utah Jazz 126-128-San Antonio Spurs
  • Minnesota Timberwolves 110-92 LA Lakers
  • Portland Trail Blazers 125-106 Charlotte Hornets
  • Sacramento Kings 105-124 Memphis Grizzlies

Walker finished with 19 points and was one of seven Spurs players in double figures. Dejounte Murray made a triple double with 16 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists. Donovan Mitchell led the Jazz with 27 points, but his potential attempt to win the game on the siren was a long way off.

The Timberwolves defeat the Lakers, who lose the injured Davis

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Highlights of the Los Angeles Lakers against the Minnesota Timberwolves in week 9 of the NBA

Karl-Anthony Towns scored 28 points and 10 rebounds as Minnesota walked away for a 110-92 win on their Los Angeles visit to Minneapolis.

D’Angelo Russell and Malik Beasley each scored 17 points for Minnesota, who won their third straight game. Jaylen Nowell finished with 14 points off the bench.

Isaiah Thomas led the Lakers with 19 points in his seasonal debut, while LeBron James scored 18 points and Anthony Davis made nine before limping into the locker room in the third quarter.

The Lakers said Davis had a bruised left knee and would undergo further evaluation in Chicago on Saturday.

Heat too hot for Magic

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Miami Heat highlights against the Orlando Magic in week 9 of the NBA

Max Strus scored 23 of his career-best 32 points in the first half and Gabe Vincent his career-best 27 points as Miami took advantage of a decimated Orlando roster, defeating the Magic 115-105 for their fourth consecutive win in the rivalry. Sunshine State.

Strus scored eight three-pointers and Vincent scored four, while Miami converted 19 of 35 triples as a team. PJ Tucker scored 15 points.

Former Magic player Dewayne Dedmon finished with 13 points and Kyle Lowry with 11 points and a seasonal record of 15 assists.

Curry in shape as the Warriors sink the Celtics

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Highlights of the Golden State Warriors against the Boston Celtics in week 9 of the NBA

Stephen Curry scored 30 points, Andrew Wiggins added 27, and the visit to Golden State survived after losing a 20-point lead in a 111-107 win over short-staffed Boston.

Andre Iguodala added 12 points while Draymond Green contributed eight assists for the Warriors, who have won three straight wins and five of their last six games.

Jayson Tatum had 27 points, eight rebounds and six assists to lead Boston, which has lost five of their last seven games. Jaylen Brown added 20 points, Marcus Smart scored 19 with eight assists, and Josh Richardson scored 15 for the Celtics.

Lillard shoots as Portland loses the race

Damian Lillard scored a season-high of 43 points and added eight assists and Portland ended a seven-game losing streak with a 125-116 win over visiting Charlotte.

Ben McLemore set a better season with 28 points off the bench and equaled his career record of eight points from three as Portland has only won for the second time in their last 12 games.

Norman Powell added 14 points to help the Trail Blazers stop a streak of six home defeats.

LaMelo Ball scored 27 points in 29 minutes in his first play since missing six games due to Covid-19 protocols, but failed to put an end to Charlotte’s woes in the Pacific Northwest as the club lost the club. 14th consecutive game in Portland since last win in 2007-08 season.

Pelicans beat Bucks in overtime

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Milwaukee Bucks highlights against the New Orleans Pelicans in week 9 of the NBA

Devonte ‘Graham scored 26 points and led six New Orleans scorers in double figures when the hosts defeated Milwaukee 116-112 in extra time.

Jonas Valanciunas added 24 points, Brandon Ingram scored 22, Herbert Jones 17, Nickeil Alexander-Walker scored 12 and Josh Hart scored 11 points and 15 rebounds for the Pelicans.

Jrue Holiday led the Bucks by scoring the career record of 40 points against his former team, Grayson Allen added 25 and Jordan Nwora scored 14 points and 13 rebounds while the Bucks played without Giannis Antetokounmpo, who was out due to the health and safety protocols.

Hyland sings as the Nuggets take out the Hawks

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Highlights of the Denver Nuggets against the Atlanta Hawks in week 9 of the NBA

Rookie Bones Hyland started off the bench to score 24 points, the career record, and sparked a visit to Denver for a 133-115 victory over Atlanta.

Jeff Green added a 20-point seasonal record to help Denver their third win in four games and a two-game seasonal sweep over the Hawks.

Denver made it through a free night from Nikola Jokic, who still finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. He was limited to 26 minutes due to early foul issues. Austin Rivers returned after missing eight games in the Covid protocol and scored 11 points.

The Grizzlies get the better of Sacramento

Desmond Bane scored 24 points, Dillon Brooks added 23 and Jaren Jackson Jr came in with 21 while visiting Memphis used a balanced attack to overwhelm Sacramento for their fifth straight win with a 124-105 triumph.

Memphis was leading by just 66-62 four minutes into the third period before Bane took home nine of his points in a 25-13 run that allowed the visitors to take a 91-75 lead by the end. of the fourth.

When Bane bombed with a pair of three-pointers, Killian Tillie added a third and Jackson turned a three-pointer game, the Grizzlies’ margin grew to 103-77 in the second minute of the fourth quarter, opening the game wide.

All five holders of the Kings scored in double figures, led by Tyrese Haliburton with 21 points and Harrison Barnes with 20.

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