The Warriors made history while the Pistons marched through Cleveland
The Golden State Warriors reached 50 victories sooner than everyone during a single season, in the history of the NBA. Their win against the Hawks overshadowed probably every other result last night, in the best basketball league in the world.
Of course, the “roadkill” of the Detroit Pistons in Cleveland didn’t go unnoticed, as well. The L.a. Clippers were impressive against the problematic Phoenix Suns, while the Toronto Raptors march on, now destroying the Knicks in New York.
The Timberwolves prevailed the Celtics at the very last moments of the game, and the Miami Heat finally defeated the Indiana Pacers in a traditional Eastern Conference matchup.
Last… but definitely not least, Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks to victory against the Lakers with his first triple-double in the NBA.
Cleveland Cavaliers – (Reggie Jackson 23 p.): 88 – 96
(Goran Dragic 24 p. 8 r. 5 a.) – Indiana Pacers: 101 – 93
New York Knicks (Kristaps Porzingis 17 p.) – : 95 – 122
Atlanta Hawks – (Stephen Curry 36 p.) : 92 – 102
(Giannis Antetokounmpo 27 p. 12 r. 10 a.) – L.A. Lakers: 108 – 101
(Ricky Rubio 18 p. 8 r. 8 a. ) – Boston Celtics: 124-122
L.A. (J.J. Redick 22 p.) – Phoenix Suns: 124 – 84