The Boston Celtics quickly regained the win after their nine-game winning streak was stopped by Chicago. At home against Dallas, he went 125-112 as the NBA leader.

Jayson Tatum led Boston with 37 points and 13 rebounds. Luka Doncic threw 42 points for Dallas and finished 10th in the Western Conference (9-8).

Boston leads the Eastern Conference with 14 wins and 4 losses.

Milwaukee follows in second place. The Bucks suffered his fifth loss in 17 games, the Eastern in his conference against his 11th-ranked Chicago, which he lost 113-118.

DeMar DeRozan was the same Bulls player against Boston, scoring 36 points. In the losing side, Giannis Antetokounmpo had the same number of points and 11 rebounds.

In addition, Sacramento followed an eight-game winning streak as Trae Young led Atlanta to a 115-106 win. New Orleans, second in the Western Conference (11-7), won his 110-129 victory over the Sun Antonio, thanks in part to Zion Williamson’s 32 points and his 11 rebounds.

Brooklyn beat Kyrie Irving by 29 points in Toronto (98-112)

Evening Tweet:

Wednesday results:

  • Boston – Dallas 125-112
  • Miami – Washington 113-105
  • Toronto-Brooklyn 98-112
  • Golden State – LA Clippers 124 – 107
  • Utah – Detroit 116-125
  • Milwaukee-Chicago 113-118
  • Oklahoma City – Denver 126 – 131 (nv)
  • San Antonio – New Orleans 110-129
  • Charlotte – Philadelphia 107-101
  • Cleveland-Portland 114-96
  • Indiana – Minnesota 101-115

NBA standings:

Source: Sporza

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