Miami Laughing, Crying New York

Night NBA confirmed the current good form with the Heat 4evictoire on, against Atlanta. The ordeal, however, continued for the Knicks, the beaten again.

The Summary Of The Neight:

Miami continues its series with a fourth win in a row. The Heat dominated Atlanta last night, very well (104-88). To do so, Floridians have obviously relied on LeBron James (13 pts, 6 rebounds, 5 wt) but especially Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers allowed champions to widen the gap in the third quarter time.


Bosh (19 pts, 5 rebounds), including author of 8/9 shooting, participated in the Hawks 15-2 inflicted while Chalmers, he has score 12 of his 14 points in this period! It was obviously too much for Atlanta, yet despite Mike Scott (15 pts, 10 rebounds) and Pero Antic (12 pts), both off the bench! Also note the 17 points from Ray Allen (25 minutes) have been saying that LeBron James Miami “had a deep bench of interesting, everyone has a role to play.” This victory allows the Heat to pick up a little Indiana ahead of the conference.

The head of the Eastern Conference, New York is far away! ‘s recent rant Melo Anthony has no effect for the time since the Knicks again suffered defeat, this time on the floor of Detroit (92 -86). A bit like Miami, the Pistons made ​​the decision in the 3rd quarter, especially under the leadership of Rodney Stuckey (15 of his 21 points after halftime). Josh Smith (19 pts, 5 rebounds) and Andre Drummond (13 pts, 11 rebounds) were not far behind. New York, limited to 43% shooting, was again just gave the ball to Anthony (25 points, 8/20). Proof is that nothing will New York side? This is only the second time this season that Detroit managed to let an opponent to less than 90 points and the first time that Detroit dominated New York since 2011! “Offensively we were not good, and defensively, we have not made ​​the necessary stops.

” Kenyon Martin summed up the game. In other matches, it should be noted that Bradley Beal (25 points) and John Wall (14 pts-16 wt) carried the Wizards success against Kevin Love (25 pts, 11 rebounds) and Wolves (104-100). Terrence Jones, he managed the best game of his young career against Boston (109-85), by scoring 24 points (10/12), and capturing nine rebounds. Finally, Phoenix has confirmed its current difficulties with a third defeat in a row, this time in Sacramento (107-104). Gerald Green (23 pts) had yet done the work side Suns, but DeMarcus Cousins ​​(see the MVP of the night) and rookie Ben McLemore (19 pts, career-high) decided the fate of the match. Faced with less than 3 minutes the buzzer (97-104), Phoenix went through hell with 3 balloons and lost 10 points against without scoring a single to end the game!

The Frenchy Of The Night:

No French had donned her outfit last night. Nicolas Batum, Rudy Gobert, Ian Mahinmi, Tony Parker, Boris Diaw or Colo Nando will be expected next night however.

The MVP Of The Night:

No outstanding performance scoring tonight but still a line of ultra-complete stats for DeMarcus Cousins. The former student of Kentucky has greatly contributed to the victory of Sacramento against Phoenix (107-104) with 27 points (9/15), 12 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals and 2 blocks! Also note the 16 assists from John Wall in Washington, against Minnesota (104-100), tied career high.

D. Cousins ​​(Sac): 27 pts, 9/15, 12 rebounds, 3 w, 4 int, co 2, 35 min (tit)
T. Jones (Hou): 24 pts, 10/12, 9 rebounds, 1 pd, co 2, 27 min (tit)
J. Wall (Was): 14 pts, 5/17, 5 rebounds, 16 wt, 2 int, 1 tablet (39 min (tit)

Results of The Night:

Detroit – New York 92-86
Houston – Boston 109-85
Miami – Atlanta 104-88
Sacramento – Phoenix 107-104
Washington – Minnesota 104-100