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BBNBA: Murray glides past Kawhi and Clippers, Adebayo, Heat look to climb Eastern Conference Standings



With only one more day until the Final Four, basketball fans cannot keep their excitement in check. However, while we wait for that, here is a look at how the Wildcats did in last night’s NBA action.



In a close 101-94 victory over Kawhi Leonard and the Los Angeles Clippers, Jamal Murray added 23 points along with eight rebounds to help the Nuggets into a tie with the Lakers for the fourth-best record in the West. Right behind Murray was third-year forward Michael Porter Jr. scoring 20 points with two blocks. Jokic was close to another triple-double with 14 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists.

For the Clippers, the game was all about poor shooting, and missed opportunities, as they shot 10-34 from beyond the arc, below 30 percent. They did open up the fourth quarter with a 13-3 run, which left them down one, but Jokic and Murray outscored them until the final buzzer. Murray’s clutch shooting at the end helped the Nuggets pull away, and it closes the gap between them and the 3rd seeded Clippers, as Denver is now only a game behind them.


Outscored by Jeff Green himself 12-11 to start the first quarter, the Charlotte Hornets never stood a chance against the #1 team in the East. Even without James Harden and Kevin Durant, the Nets had no problems against the up-and-coming Charlotte Hornets, winning 111-89. Green finished the game leading the Nets with 21 points and eight rebounds while Landry Shamet finished with 17, second on the team. Irving in a low-scoring night almost notched a triple-double with 15 points, 11 rebounds, and eight assists, which included this deadly crossover and floater.

Missing rookie LaMelo Ball, who is out with a broken right wrist, the Hornets could never get into a rhythm, shooting below 35 percent from both the field and beyond the 3-point line. Gordon Hayward and Devonte’ Graham led the way in scoring with only 13, while Malik Monk added 11 points in 22 minutes of action before suffering a right ankle sprain. For the Nets, they continue to add stars as they look to capture the #1 record in the NBA, jumping the Utah Jazz.


With a 116-109 win over the Golden State Warriors, Miami finally sits above the .500 mark at 25-24, increasing their winning streak to three. In Victor Oladipo’s debut game, he managed to log 23 minutes of action, scoring six points to go along with five rebounds and two steals. Leading the way for Miami in scoring were Jimmy Butler with 22 and Duncan Robinson with 21. Tyler Herro managed to get two steals while adding 20 points off the bench, shooting over 60 percent from the field.

As for the former superteam, only three players scored in double digits for the Warriors. Steph Curry was the main offensive focus scoring 36 points with 11 rebounds while former #1 pick Andrew Wiggins scored 23 points, grabbing eight rebounds, and blocking three shots on the defensive end. Former DPOY Draymond Green was the last player with double digit points adding 16, while almost notching another triple-double with 10 rebounds and eight assists, plus four steals.

Here are the full stats from last night:

PlayerResult PointsFG (3FG)Reb.Ast.StealsBlocksTOs+/-Mins.
Jamal Murray101-94 W vs Clippers239-18 (3-6)82001+439
Tyler Herro116-110 W vs Warriors208-13 (2-5)43210+835
Bam Adebayo116-110 W vs Warriors195-13 (0-0)86013+930
Eric Bledsoe110-115 L vs Magic145-13 (3-6)56224-546
Malik Monk89-111 L vs Nets114-11 (3-5)34102+922
P.J. Washington89-111 L vs Nets83-11 (1-4)81122-1626
Tyrese Maxey114-94 W vs Cavaliers62-8 (0-3)24012+1122
Keldon Johnson129-134 L vs Hawks52-8 (1-5)71000+327
Patrick Patterson94-101 L vs Nuggets41-4 (0-3)10010-213
Nick Richards89-111 L vs Nets00-0 (0-0)00000-14
Mychal Mulder109-116 L vs Heat00-0 (0-0)00000-12
Rajon Rondo94-101 L vs NuggetsDNP - Right Adductor


7:00 PM – Warriors at Raptors

7:30 PM – Rockets at Celtics

7:30 PM – Mavericks at Knicks

8:00 PM –  Hornets at Pacers

8:00 PM – Timberwolves at Grizzlies

9:00 PM – Hawks at Pelicans

9:00 PM – Bulls at Jazz

10:00 PM – Thunder at Suns

10:00 PM – Bucks at Trail Blazers

10:00 PM – Lakers at Kings

Article written by Pranavdeep Singh

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1 Comment for BBNBA: Murray glides past Kawhi and Clippers, Adebayo, Heat look to climb Eastern Conference Standings

  1. slam212121
    9:30 pm April 2, 2021 Permalink

    Cannot wait for the KENTUCKY KNICKS write up tomorrow. The bias here is hysterical.