The Mavericks complicate their choice in the next draft

The victory in Memphis equals the Grizzlies and it seems that they will need to lose to the Suns to keep the sixth place by the tail.


Grizllies 127 - Mavs 129

The Dallas Mavericks took a win in overtime that does not do them any good in order to keep their round in the next draft. They will no longer be below the sixth place, which is what they occupy right now. But with two games to play they are tied with the Grizzlies at only half a win for the Wizards, and neither of them has a game as simple as the next of the Dallas, in which they will receive the worst team in their conference: Phoenix Suns. So everything points to if they want to stay where they are going to need to lose against the Arizona. In the absence of Doncic, there were many who took responsibility in the Texas team, with up to seven players in double digits. Trey Burke especially stood out (24 and 5 assists) .

Bucks 115 - Hawks 107

The Bucks dominated the entire match with their full quintet almost recovered (only missing Brogdon) and reached the 60 victories for the first time since 1981. In Milwaukee are living a historic season and has also benefited from one of the great architects, coach Mike Budenholzer. He is already the seventh coach in the history of the NBA that achieves seasons of 60 wins with more than one team (he already did with the Hawks). The list is completed by Pat Riley (the only one who has done it with three different franchises), Mike D'Antoni, Phil Jackson, Rick Adelman, Don Nelson and KC Jones. Antetokounmpo (30 + 9 and 3 blocks) was unstoppable.

Knicks 113 - Wizards 110

Victoria of the Knicks that serves only to give a joy to his parish and defeat much more useful for the Wizards, who are still in time to go with more options to the lottery on May 11 if they lose their last game against some Pistons that will be playing the playoffs. The last quarter (34-21) was decisive for the ocal to take the win. Hezonja (30 + 6 + 5 + 2) played a great game and could see a great duel of two pivots that will give much to talk about in the future. Mitchell Robinson for the Knicks (11 + 11 and 3 blocks) and Thomas Bryant for the Wizards (17 + 7) .

Kings 129 - Pelicans 133

The Pelicans are others to whom this victory hurts them more than anything else, although they still opt to drop some position for the draft. Last night they won in Sacramento because they were better in the second half. Clarck (31 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 2), Payton (26 + 6 + 14 and 3 blocks) and Okafor (23 + 14 + 3 and 2 blocks) were the great architects of the triumph. On the other side he highlighted Barnes (29 + 4), Fox (24 + 6 + 11 + 3) and Bagley III (19 + 14) .



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