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Patty Mills’ red-hot form has continued while a fellow Aussie starred after getting a rare opportunity.

The bright red appearance of Patty Mills continues, but a fellow Australian starred on a rare occasion.

In addition, Ja Morant once again proved that he was a future superstar, perhaps a current superstar, and the last second winner to beat Sands.

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Patty Mills did a spectacular follow-up on Christmas Day with 8 out of 13 points in a rational style from a 3 point range to a 34 point distance.

When Brooklyn defeated the Clippers 124-108 in Los Angeles, the Australian Olympic hero added six threes. James Harden had 39 points, 15 assists and 8 rebounds.

But what really surprised the local star was Josh Green in Dallas. He took some serious time to challenge Portland to double-double.

The green played for 26 minutes and scored 10 assists with 9 points. All of those career heights.

However, he was taken out of the game in the last few minutes, robbing him of the chance to reach double-double. Mavericks won 132-117.

Green hasn’t played against the Lakers since December 15th after entering the NBA’s Health and Safety Protocol.

Morant sunbathes with the last second winner

Ja Morant is the man.

In his driving layup with 0.5 seconds remaining, Memphis defeated the western winner Phoenix 114-113 on the street.

The Grizzlies lead with 14 points, with 11 minutes remaining and Devin Booker 3 with 5.1 seconds remaining giving him the first lead since the opening minute of the game.

However, with an inbound pass, Morant forged a handoff and overtook four Sands defenders to win the clutch.

He finished with 33 points, but Desmond Bane scored 32 points at the Grizzlies against the still-starred Phoenixside led by Booker (30 points) and Chris Paul (13 points, 13 assists).

Memphis is up 4.5 games in Dallas for the Southwestern lead.

Fallen Giant’s new low

Boston’s disastrous season, when they appeared to be pretending to be competitors, hit Minnesota with a controversial new low with a 108-103 defeat.

Timberwolves had no five starters as Jaylen Nowell, who had averaged a single digit before Christmas, started with 29 points in 35 minutes from the bench.

“I’m not going to lie. Jalen Norwell played great tonight, but I didn’t know who it was,” his teammate Greg Monroe said after the match.

Jaylen Brown led the Celtics 26 points with 8 out of 24 points, and Payton Pritchard scored 24 points with 8 out of 22 shots in 45 minutes.

Boston is now the ninth in the east, behind the Raptors by 7.5 games behind the Nets, only half the games behind the Knicks and Hawks.

NBA reduces bid quarantine time to revive stars

ESPN reported on Monday that the NBA has reduced quarantine times from 10 days to 6 days for athletes and coaches who have been in contact with Covid-19 or have been ill but have been asymptomatically vaccinated.

The team was informed about this move in a league memo obtained by ESPN. The move took place on the same day that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reduced the quarantine time for asymptomatic Covid-19 infected individuals from 10 days to 5 days.

A reduction in the time it takes for a player to return to active state has been agreed by the league and the player union. This was after the NBA postponed nine games. This is because Covid-19’s absence prevented at least one team from defending at least eight players.

People can also move out of the Covid-19 quarantine with two negative test results that are more than 24 hours apart.

According to ESPN, the NBA has a record number of players participating in the Covid-19 health and safety protocol, with 205 in season, 192 in December, and 169 within the last two weeks. doing.

According to ESPN, 27 players participated in the protocol on Sunday during the one-day season. This is 10 more than the mark before Thursday.

The league has begun a post-Christmas test period.


NBA score

Houston Rockets 99-123 Charlotte Hornets

Chicago Bulls 130-118 Atlanta Hawks

Boston Celtics 103-108 Minnesota Timberwolves

Utah Jazz 110-104 San Antonio Spurs

Memphis Grizzlies 114-113 Phoenix Suns

Dallas Mavericks 132-117 Portland Trail Blazers

Brooklyn Nets 124-108 LA Clippers

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