NBA Recap: Steve Kerr Goes Crazy, Nikola Jokic Keeps Up With Becoming MVP


Tuee getting closer and closer to the end NBA season and nine-game Monday the world’s best basketball spawned a coach’s desperation Steve Kerr who was sent off during an interval of play in which he Golden State Warriors were absolutely humiliated memphis grizzlies.

Golden State Warriors 95-123 Memphis Grizzlies

Kerr was penalized with two straight technical fouls for angry protests against the referees, however, despite this, the Warriors, who were left without Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green in this game lost the sixth of the last seven games, and the Grizzlies without Ja Morantfinished second in the Western Conference with a 123-95 win.

Denver Nuggets 113-109 Charlotte Hornets

Serbia Nikola Djokic continues to tighten the race to become the NBA MVP again and recorded his 19th triple-double of the season with 26 points, 19 rebounds and 11 assists and broke his own franchise record with 61 double-doubles in one season lead the Nuggets to their first 23 road wins in a single year in a 113–109 win over the Hornets.

Boston Celtics 112-115 Toronto Raptors (OT)

The Celtics had their streak of six victories ended and despite heavy pressure on the Raptors, Cameroon Pascal Siakam led all NBA scorers with 40 points as Toronto beat Boston 115–112, which was without Jaylen Brown, Jason Tatum, Al Horford and Robert Williams III due to injury.

San Antonio Spurs 123-120 Houston Rockets

Dejont Murray scored a personal best of 33 points, and the Spurs moved half a match from Los Angeles Lakers for the tenth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference by defeating the worst team in that section, the Houston Rockets, 123–120.

Other results:

Orlando Magic 101-107 Cleveland Cavaliers.

Atlanta Hawks 132-123 Indiana Pacers.

Sacramento Kings 100-123 Miami Heat.

Chicago Bulls 104-109 New York Knicks.

Oklahoma City Thunder 134-131 Portland Trail Blazers.


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