Wednesday night in the NBA had some great action, some outstanding performances and Dwayne Wade being Dwayne Wade.
So let’s take a look at some of the top things you might have missed out on in the association.
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Bledsoe and Brogdon lead Bucks over Kings
With Giannis Antetokounmpo on a minute restriction (17 points in 25 minutes) and Khris Middleton fighting cramps, it was Milwaukee’s back-court that lead them to a huge win on the road.
They combined for 10 of the Bucks 15 points in the extra period as they won in overtime 141-140. Eric Bledsoe had a triple-double and Malcolm Brogdan scored 26 points in the victory.
Lillard outduels Irving in Boston
Damien Lillard scored 33 points as the Portland Trail Blazers continue their winning streak as they beat Boston 97-92 on the road.
This marks the third victory in their last 5 wins against a team that is currently in the Eastern Conference playoffs (They also have beaten Philadelphia and Brooklyn). Kyrie Irving had 31 points as the Celtics struggles to find victories continues.
Jazz win important tie-breaker over Clippers
As we get closer to April, conference games become more important. The Utah Jazz used that to strengthen their playoff case. They defeated the Los Angeles Clippers by the score of 110-101 to give them a season clinching tie-breaker as both teams fight to make the playoffs.Donovan Mitchell had 32 points as he lead the Jazz back from a 17 point deficit in first half.The Starting 5 Of The Night
So here is the best 5 based on performance, numbers and impact on Wednesday night.
Point Guard- Eric Bledsoe vs. Sacramento (26 points, 12 reboundsand 13 assists)
Shooting Guard- DeMar DeRozan vs. Detroit (17 points, 13 rebounds and 8 assists)
Small Forward- LeBron James vs New Orleans (33 points, 10 assists and 6 rebounds)
Power Forward- John Collins vs Minnesota (34 points and 10 rebounds)
Center- Karl-Anthony Towns vs Atlanta (37 points and 16 rebounds)