70 points by the “Splash Brothers”!
Dirk Nowitzki couldn’t stop the Golden State Warriors, as Stephen Curry scored 31 points, Klay Thompson had 39 wit 10 of 15 threes and the defending champs got the win in Dallas with 130-112, making Mavs coach Rick Carlisle say: “Right now, by NBA standards, this is bigger than the Rolling Stones on tour”.
Donatas Motiejunas for the Rockets and Enes Kanter for the Golden State Warriors were the best Euros of the night, which of course was dominated by the Warriors who know have a 62-6 record and the top spot of the West. In the East, Toronto playing without injured Jonas Valanciunas got the win over Boston and has a 47-21 record, chasing the Cavs (49-19) for the top. Here’s the Top10 and the results of the day.
Results of the day
Orlando Magic – Cleveland Calavaliers 103-109 (Movgov 7 p., 4 r.)
Philadelphia 76ers – OKC Thunder 97-111 (Kanter 16 p., 7 r.)
Detroit Pistons – Sacramento Kings 115-108 (Koufos 9 p., 5 r.)
Toronto Raptors – Boston Celtics 105-91 (Lowry 32 p.)
Houston Rockets – Minessota Timberwolves 116-111 (Motiejunas 17 p., 9 r.)
N.O.Pelicans – Portland Trail Blazers 112-117 (Lillard 33 p.)
Dallas Mavericks – Golden State Warrios 112-130 (Nowitzki 24 p., 9 r.)
L.A.Lakers – Phoenix Suns 90-95 (Teletovic 5 p., 7 r. 3 as.)