NBA Roundup: Doncic and Irving Lead Mavericks to Victory, Spurs Outlast Nets in OT, and Bucks Beat Suns

Mavericks 107, Nuggets 105

Luka Doncic showcased his brilliance with a 37-point performance, while Kyrie Irving sealed the victory for the Dallas Mavericks with a left-handed floater at the buzzer, defeating the Denver Nuggets 107-105. Despite a fourth-quarter surge from Denver, Doncic’s clutch 3-pointer tied the game before Irving’s game-winner secured the win for Dallas, snapping the Nuggets’ five-game winning streak.

Spurs 122, Nets 115 (OT)

In a thrilling overtime matchup, Victor Wembanyama’s dominant performance led the San Antonio Spurs to a 122-115 victory over the Brooklyn Nets. Wembanyama’s impressive stat line of 33 points, 15 rebounds, seven assists, and seven blocks propelled the Spurs past the Nets, with Devin Vassell and Keldon Johnson contributing 25 and 24 points, respectively.

Heat 104, Pistons 101

Bam Adebayo’s remarkable buzzer-beater from 30 feet secured a narrow 104-101 win for the Miami Heat over the Detroit Pistons. Duncan Robinson led Miami with 30 points, while Adebayo contributed 20 points and 17 rebounds. Despite a resilient effort from Detroit, led by Evan Fournier’s 18 points, Miami emerged victorious in a thrilling finish.

Bucks 140, Suns 129

Bobby Portis and Damian Lillard fueled the Milwaukee Bucks to a 140-129 victory over the Phoenix Suns, despite the absence of Giannis Antetokounmpo. Portis matched his season-high with 31 points off the bench, while Lillard also scored 31 points, leading the Bucks to victory over the Suns, with Bradley Beal’s 28 points not enough to lift Phoenix to victory.

Magic 111, Raptors 96

Paolo Banchero’s stellar performance guided the Orlando Magic to a comfortable 111-96 win over the Toronto Raptors. Franz Wagner contributed 22 points for Orlando, while Jordan Nwora led the Raptors with 18 points. Despite a resilient effort from Toronto, Orlando secured its third consecutive victory, continuing its recent success.

Celtics 130, Wizards 104

Sam Hauser’s career-high 30 points, including 10 3-pointers, propelled the short-handed Boston Celtics to a commanding 130-104 victory over the Washington Wizards. Jordan Poole’s 31 points led the Wizards’ efforts, but Hauser’s remarkable shooting display guided Boston to victory, extending Washington’s losing streak to four games.

Hawks 110, Clippers 93

Dejounte Murray’s 21 points, coupled with De’Andre Hunter’s 20 points, powered the Atlanta Hawks to a convincing 110-93 win over the Los Angeles Clippers. Despite solid performances from Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, the Clippers fell short against the Hawks, who snapped a three-game losing streak behind Murray and Hunter’s standout performances.

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