Houston Rockets security guard Chris Paul has been around the NBA long enough, 14 seasons and counts to know that regular games do not mean much of everything in the grand scheme.
As such, he did not intend to be excited by the Saturday 118-112 victory over the two-time Golden State Warriors champion in which Rockets overcame the lack of the ruling Kia MVP James Harden and recover to finish heavily. after blowing the lead with 20 points.
"Good victory," Paul said. "We have a match in Atlanta on Monday."
So, the marathon continues with this race and another 22 that will follow before the playoffs start on April 13th.
But if nothing else, Rockets's third victory, the more encounters with the Warriors this season prove how good Paul can still be, even with his leading doggie days and his 34th birthday is fast approaching. Paul worked for the Warriors for 23 points and 1
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Curry, Kevin Durant, Demarcus Casins, Clay Thompson and Draymond Green could fight as hard as he did, surpassing a 14.8 points per 100 holdings in their 12 minutes together against the missiles.
Much of this was connected with Paul, who exploited the cousin's lack of mobility by pulling the center in a lock and spinning after another.
This is not a new strategy. But that may be one of the few ways to seriously threaten warriors since Rockets made last season when they led 3-2 in the final of the Western Conference before the injured Paul was forced to watch the last two matches and both bench losses.
And with another, an even better starter in Harden, there can be little doubt that rockets, no matter how small play on Friday in the long run, are dying to get healthy and win another post-shot shot in the champions.
Take a look, coach!
We're not sure how, but Ker did not immediately notice one of his best players rolling on the floor in strong pain directly in front of him.  Steve Kerr needed some time to realize that Draymond Green was hurt … pic.twitter.com/KB3QDN1cHX
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did not sound particularly convincing Green said he did not expect to miss any playing time with the jagged ankle. Duran said it would not matter even if he did it: "I mean, he's going back to the playoffs, that's the only thing we worry about here, is not he?" Jared Allen, and now Minnesota Timbervilles advances Anthony Tolver, who becomes the newest NBA player to risk his life by provoking the superstar of Milwaukee Bucks Janice Aeneckunmpo at the edge of the contestants. an incredible defensive game that made a small difference, with Antetokounmpo dominating the usual, gaining 27 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists in a 140-128 win for Bucks 
a blow is on Jan. 23, when Victor Olaidpo lost for the quarter with a torn quarter, but after losing four consecutive strokes, Pacers recovered to earn eight of his nine outings, including 119 -112t
In addition to publishing the second best defensive rating of the league, nine Pacers are average 7.9 points per game. Burns on the floor are not tracked, but they are probably among the leaders of the leagues, and thanks to the sounds like those of Kyle O'Cuin … and Wes Matthews.
What, he worries?
Boston Celtics suffered his last inexplicable loss by lagging behind with 25 and losing 126-116 from the Bulls team who came in on Friday, sitting 22 games under them in the standings.
Not that Kyrie Irving worried or something else.
Kyrie Irving said this loss was behind him. He said he was not interested in the Celtic struggle that would hit the playoffs. Why? "Because I'm here."
– Jay King (@ByJayKing) February 24, 2019
And as for Bulls, how is this remarkable?
Zack Lavin (40 points) and Lauri Markanen (35 points) are the first pair of Bulls teammates to reach 35 points in a match by Michael Jordan and Scotty Piton (37) on November 20, 1996
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This is a breakthrough season for the Brooklyn Nets Guardian Angelo Russell who made his first All-Star vision last weekend and his average career score is high by 20.2 points.
What better way to celebrate these achievements – on his 23rd birthday, no less than – than playing one of the best games in life you are?
In addition to tying his career with 40 points, Russell wins an extra share of the cake by bringing the 12 Nets final points, including a massive forward three in the last minute, almost to one hand along Charlotte Hornets.
The Arrows Shook
The Atlanta Hawks rookie Trae Young quickly proved that there is absolutely no conscience with the stone ready and ready to fire anywhere. However, this aggressiveness does not always go well with his teammates. This was the case at the start of the second half against Phoenix Suns when Hawkes sent John Collins, which was not suitable for a family website, and subjected to Ion's choice after his expiration.
Fortunately for the Hawks, Yang did not listen. He scored 16 points for the remaining 21 minutes, including even deeper, tying the game 3 – naturally without help from Collins – to help fuel – winning efforts .
In case you forgot, Philadelphia 76ers center Boban Marjanovic is huuuuuuuuuge.
Oh, my. pic.twitter.com/JZI2nLU8iC
– Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) February 23, 2019