NBA: Next Dallas Mavericks Brick Festival

The Dallas Mavericks conceded the next defeat at the Indiana Pacers because nothing went from the triple line. Giannis Antetokounmpo ends the Houston Rockets’ winning streak single-handedly, and the door and gates are open to madness in Charlotte.

Charlotte Hornets (15-13) – Sacramento Kings (11-15) 124:123 (BOXSCORE)

  • Hornets games remain a roller coaster ride, and the Sacramento Kings guest appearance was no exception. Cody Martin walked between genius and madness, the forward hit a threesome in the last minute and sank the crucial point from the free throw line 5.5 seconds before the end (a possible three-point game was taken away after challenge).
  • Sacramento had no time out and Martin actually fouled De’Aaron Fox with a take foul on the center line, leaving the Kings star to march to the line with a chance of victory. Fox, previously the Kings best scorer with 31 points and safe on the free-throw line (8/8 FT), showed nerves and forgave both attempts, the Hornets could hardly believe their luck themselves.
  • The Hornets again acted with a rump group, with LaMelo Ball, Terry Rozier and Mason Plumlee there are another three starters in the corona protocol. Charlotte caught this collectively, five players scored at least 19 points, with rookie James Bouknight (24, 9/14 FG) setting a new personal record with six converted three-pointers.
  • Defense was hardly played in this game, both teams could never break away. Miles Bridges (23, 8 assists) and Kelly Oubre Jr. (22, 4/10 threesomes) again provided some highlights, on the part of the Kings Terence Davis (19) was responsible. Marvin Bagley (15, 10 rebounds) played a double-double coming from the bench.


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