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NBA: Luka Doncic surpasses Wilt Chamberlain with a historic hat-trick

NBA: Luka Doncic surpasses Wilt Chamberlain with a historic hat-trick

The Sacramento Kings’ Keegan Murray made 11 consecutive three-point shots, something that had never happened before in the league; The Thunder beat the Nuggets in the last second. The Clippers are still in good shape

Luka Doncic made NBA history once again. The Slovenian recorded another triple-double (40 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds), which greatly helped the Dallas Mavericks win over the Portland Trail Blazers (131-120). With these statistics, Al-Qaeda “surpasses” Wilt Chamberlain in the ranking of players with the most triple-doubles, with 40 points or more.

The Oklahoma City Thunder continues to shine this season by defeating the Denver Nuggets, led by Nikola Jokic (24 points, 12 points, 6 rebounds) in an early match (118-117). Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was once again very solid (25 points, 8 pts, 6 rea) and gave his team the win in the last second, literally. However, the deserved spotlight also goes to newcomer Chet Holmgren. The North American center, in addition to the 17 points he scored (and 11 points), was responsible for nine blocks, the maximum in his short career and this season.

James Harden’s move to the Los Angeles Clippers appears to be paying off, after a shaky start. The fact is that in the last 10 games, with the North American first baseman running the offensive operation, the Clippers have won seven, and are the team, at the moment, with the longest winning streak. Last night, the New York Knicks won last (144-122), and Kawhi Leonard was the top scorer (36 points, 4 ASTs, 7 ASTs).

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Once again, Joel Embiid did not need to play in the fourth quarter after another strong performance (42 points, 3 ASTs and 15 RPGs) gave a comfortable victory over the Charlotte Hornets (135-82).

There was more NBA history, in the meeting between the Sacramento Kings and Utah Jazz, as Keegan Murray – of Neemias Queta’s former team – scored 11 consecutive three-pointers in the game, which was vital in the victory over the Utah team. . Murray’s feat earned praise from someone who also knows how to make threes… Steph Curry. See all three-point shots made by this player: