Still in the picture: 102: 110 to Portland over Houston


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We had a packed night of basketball Tuesday through Wednesday in the U.S. with wins of quite a few underdogs and overcrowding in the fight zone for NBA playoff tickets. Portland and Phoenix are still in the picture in the West with dramatic wins, first 102: 110 over Houston, second with 115: 117 Against the Clippers thanks to a Devin Booker play.Indiana scored 109: 120 over Orlando, Miami defeated 106: 112 over Boston.

Portland – Houston 102: 110
The Ninth in the West forgot about the loss to Boston in its last game and came back closer to Memphis above it. For the Rockets this is the first loss since the resumption of games, and at the moment it is still in fourth place. The Blazers led throughout almost every tackle, with their record difference being 13 points in the second quarter. The Reds from Texas bit the difference over time and even managed to equalize to 100: 100 towards the end, but a 2:10 run closed interest.

Damian Lillard was the standout with 21 points (in bad percentages, 6 of 19 from the field), 9 rebounds and 8 assists. C.J. McCollum scored 20, Yusuf Norkic contributed 18 alongside 19 rebounds and Carmelo Anthony also added a double-double of 15 and 11 rebounds. On the other side James Harden scored 23 (9 assists) and Jeff Green 22. Russell Westbrook recorded a weak evening of 15 points on 35% from the field.


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