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NBA Minnesota puts a Brake on Boston's Winning Streak

NBA Minnesota puts a Brake on Boston's Winning Streak in Overtime

Harden scores 17 points in Clippers debut.

Team loses, Embiid scores 48 points, Philadelphia wins 5 games in a row.

The Minnesota Timberwolves of the National Basketball Association (NBA) suffered their first loss of the season to the favorite Boston Celtics.

Minnesota defeated Boston 114-109 after overtime with Anthony Edwards scoring 38 points in the 2023-2024 regular league home game held at Target Center in Minnesota, USA on the 7th (Korean time).

Minnesota won all 4 wins (2 losses) at home this season. 카지노사이트킹

Minnesota tied the game at 101-101 with Jayden McDaniels' 3-pointer 1 minute and 41 seconds before the end, sending the game into overtime.

In overtime, Mike Conley's 3-pointer with 3 minutes and 8 seconds left gave them a 106-105 lead, and they did not allow a comeback.

McDaniels scored a jump shot that sealed the victory 16 seconds before the end, defeating Boston, where Jayson Tatum (32 points) worked hard.

Boston lost for the first time in the season after winning five games in a row since the opening game.

After many twists and turns, special guard James Harden made his debut wearing the uniform of the LA Clippers.

Harden started in the away game against the New York Knicks held at Madison Square Garden and played 31 minutes, scoring 17 points and delivering 6 assists.

However, the Clippers lost to New York 97-111.

The game against New York that day was the first game in which Harden, who transferred from the Philadelphia 76ers on the 31st of last month, played as a member of the LA Clippers.

Harden ended up moving to the Clippers after a conflict with the Philadelphia club, which did not honor his request to sign a long-term contract.

The Clippers formed a luxurious team of Kawhi Leonard, Russell Westbrook, and Paul George along with Harden, but it did not immediately lead to an increase in power.

Leonard scored 18 points, Westbrook scored 17 points, and Paul George scored 10 points, but did not achieve victory.

New York beat the Clippers by scoring evenly across both starting and bench members, including Julius Randle (27 points) and RJ Barrett (26 points).

Philadelphia, which lost Harden, defeated the Washington Wizards 146-128 thanks to Joel Embiid's 48 points.

Philadelphia went on a five-game winning streak after losing the first game of the season.

Embiid scored 29 of his 48 points in the third quarter and then rested on the bench in the fourth quarter.

This is the 40th time in the regular season that Embiid has scored more than 40 points.

The Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Brooklyn Nets 129-125 with Giannis Antetokounmpo (36 points, 12 rebounds) dominating the court.

Milwaukee, led by Damien Lillard (21 points) and Jay Crowder (15 points), won its first away game of the season and recorded 4 wins and 2 losses.

Brooklyn struggled with Cam Thomas scoring 45 points, but suffered its third straight loss at home.