Basketball: Jazz danced on the Lakers in the NBA

Posted25 February 2021, 08:35

The Utah Jazz made a recital against the Los Angeles franchise: 25 points difference! Clint Capela and the Atlanta Hawks returned to victory.

Donovan Mitchell and the Utah Jazz gave a recital against Kyle Kuzma and the Los Angeles Lakers.


In Wednesday night’s top game in the NBA, Utah gave a recital against the Los Angeles Lakers, which he dropped to 25 points to win 114-89 and stay in control of the Western Conference.

LeBron James’ Lakers, who only held a quarter-time, the first, conceded their heaviest loss of the season and thus suffered their fifth loss in six games, but remain third in the Western Conference (22 v -11 d).

The Jazz collective spoke with six players over ten points: among them, Donovan Mitchell managed a double double with 13 points and 10 rebounds and the French pivot Rudy Gobert added 18 points and 9 rebounds. “We have been very consistent,” said Mitchell.

The Jazz signed their 22nd victory in 24 matches and have the best record in the NBA. In the ranks of the Lakers, deprived of Anthony Davis for a month, only LeBron James survived by scoring 19 points, with 4 rebounds and 4 assists.

An average record for Capela

Beaten the day before by the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Atlanta Hawks of Clint Capela reacted and won 127-112 at home against the Boston Celtics. Aligned for a little over 21 minutes, the Geneva pivot returned an average record: 9 points (3/6 shooting and 3/4 free throw), 9 rebounds (7 defensive and 2 offensive) and 3 blocks. He finished the game with a +13 rating.

NBA. Wednesday matches: Utah – LA Lakers 114–89. Miami – Toronto 116–108. Indiana – Golden State 107–111. Atlanta – Boston 127–112. Cleveland – Houston 112–96. Phoenix – Charlotte 121–124. Chicago – Minnesota 133–126 ap. La Nouvelle-Orleans – Detroit 128–118. Oklahoma City – San Antonio 102–99.

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