New Orleans Pelicans have found a way to stop Stephen Curry. Last night, the lights went out suddenly while Curry was docking to a triple pointer.
New Orleans and the Golden State faced each other on Tuesday for the second match in a row. In New Orleans, this time it was the Pelicans who won the day. Under the strong ball defended by Lonzo (33 points), the home team won 108-103.
Stephen Curry was the visitors’ best shooter with 37 points and that could have been 3 more. In the third quarter, the lights went out suddenly when Curry hit a triple pointer. The ball flew across the net and Curry wanted to add the three points, but that failed.
Milwaukee is sure of the qualifiers
At the Eastern Conference, Milwaukee Bucks now have a qualifying ticket, thanks to a 124–118 win over opponent Brooklyn. Giannis Antetokounmpo was the best player with 36 points and 12 rebounds.
Brooklyn lived in tandem with Irving Durrant, earning 70 out of 118.
Thanks to the win, Milwaukee also maintains the chance to finish the regular season as No. 1 in the East and thus strengthen the home advantage in the playoffs, even though Philadelphia has 3 fewer losses.
All Tuesday night results:
- Detroit – Charlotte 99-102
- Milwaukee – Brooklyn 124-118
- Miami – Dallas 113-127
- New Orleans – Golden State 108-103
- Oklahoma City-Sacramento 99-103
- Los Angeles Clippers – Toronto 105-100
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