X'Juston Rocket Guard Chris Paul was around the NBA for quite a long time, 14 seasons and counting to know that regular season games do not mean much in the big circuit.
As such, he was not going to exaggerate too victory on the way to 118-112 on Saturday over two defenders of the Golden State Warriors, in which missiles overcame the absence of the dominant Kia MVP James Hardden and recovered to a strong end. after blowing 20-point lead.
"A good victory," Paul said. "We got the game in Atlanta on Monday."
And so the marathon continues with this competition and another 22 to go before the playoffs begin on April 13th.
But if nothing else, the third missile victory in so many meetings with the Warriors this season has shown how well Paul can still be, even when his main dog days behind him and his 34th birthday are approaching swiftly.
Paul worked on "Warriors" for 23 points and 1
– NBA (@NBA) February 24, 2019
It's hard to imagine a lineup with Steven Curry, Kevin Durant, Demarcus Casins, Klajim Thompson and Draymond Green could fight as heavily as he was, winning a win at a speed of 14.8 points on 100 possessions for 12 minutes together against missiles.
Many of this concerned Paul, who used the lack of mobility Cousins, pulling the center in one go and throwing after another.
This is not a completely new strategy. But this may be one of the few ways of seriously threatening the warriors as they did the missiles last season when they held 3-2 at the finale of the Western Conference before wounded Paul was forced to watch the last two games, both losses from the bench.
And with another, even better initiator of Harden, there can be no doubt that the missiles, no matter how long the game is in the long run, die in order to gain a healthy state and earn another shot for the champions.
Please note the trainer!
We are not sure how, but Kerr succeeded not immediately in spotting one of his best players walking on the floor in a severe pain right in front of him.
Steve Kerr took some time to understand that Draymond Greene was hurt … pic.twitter.com/KB3QDN1cHX
– Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 24, 2019
did not sound particularly convincing Green said that he did not expect to miss any game time with a distorted ankle. Durand said that it does not matter, even if he does it: "I mean, he will return to the playoffs. This is the only thing we care about here, is not it?"
Now we have the Minnesota Timberwolves winner Anthony Tollewier, who became the newest NBA player who put his life at risk, challenging the superstar Milwaukee Bucks Janez Antecounmpo on the edge.
 An incredible defensive game made a small difference, since Antetokounmpo dominated in the usual mode, gaining 27 points, 10 assists and seven assistants in the 140-128 victory over Bucks
September 23, when Victor Oladipo was lost in the season with the torn quadrangular tendon, but after losing four sudden strikes, Pacres recovered, winning eight of his last nine excursions, including the " monday -112 t
In addition to placing the second best defensive league rating for this gap, the nine Parcel members averaged 7.9 points per game. Burns on the floor are not monitored, but they are likely to be among the leaders of the league, as well as through sound performances like Kyle O'Courne …
… and Wes Meathius.
What is he concerned about?
The Boston Celtics suffered the last incomprehensible loss, lagging behind 25 and lost 126-116 for the Bulls team, which entered the campaign, sitting 22 games underneath them in the tournament table.
Not what Kyrie Irving worried about or not.
Kyrie Irving said that this loss is behind. According to him, he is not worried about the Celtics fight, which will fall into the playoffs. Why? "Because I'm here."
– Jay King (@ByJayKing) February 24, 2019
And if you talk about bulls, then how is this deserving of attention?
Zac Lavigne (40 points) and Laura Markkanen (35 points) – the first couple of teammates at the Bulls, who reached 35 points in the game after Michael Jordan and Scott Pippen (37 each) on November 20, 1996.
Jeff Mangurten (@JeffGurt) February 24, 2019
The boy's birthday
It was a breakthrough season for the guardian of Brooklyn Nets D & # 39; Angela Russell, who made his first appearance at All-Star last weekend and scored an average score of 20.2 points.
What is the best way to mark these achievements – on his 23rd birthday, at least – than to play one of the best games of his life?
In addition to the fact that Russell had his 40-point card, he earned an extra piece of cake by scoring the final Nets finisher, including a massive advance punch 3 at the last minute, almost to one hands lift them past Charlotte Hornets. 
Atlanta Hawks rookie Trae Young quickly proved that he has absolutely no conscience with the rock, ready and ready to launch shots from anywhere. This aggressiveness, however, is not always well experienced by his teammates.
This was the beginning of the second half against Phoenix Sons, when John Collins (Hawks), when John Collins did not fit for a family website, questioned Jan's choice after his wandering up 3 led to a quick breakthrough The sun
Fortunately for the Hawks, Young did not listen. For the rest of 21 minutes he scored 16 points, including even deeper, with the game 3 – naturally, from Collins' help – to help warm up the game – impetus.
Size of giants
In case you forgot, the center of Philadelphia 76ers Boban Mar is a gouuuouge.
Oh, my. pic.twitter.com/JZI2nLU8iC
– Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) February 23, 2019