Philadelphia beat Sacramento in the game where Furkan Korkmaz scored 7 points
Furkan Korkmaz, who played in Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA, scored 7 points in the Sacramento Kings match, which they won 129-105.
Furkan, who stayed on the field for 18 minutes in the match won by the Eastern Conference leader Philadelphia 76ers, showed 7 points and 2 assists.
The 76ers, who started the match fast, closed the first period 42-21 ahead and managed to leave the field victorious with the difference they maintained throughout the match. In the Philadelphia team, Tobias Harris scored 29 points, 11 rebounds, and Dwight Howard a “double-double” with 10 points, 13 rebounds.
At Kings, Buddy Hield’s 25 was not enough to save his team from defeat.
Antetokounmpo breaks career record with 15 assists
Giannis Antetokounmpo made a “double-double” with 26 points and 15 rebounds in the match, where Milwaukee Bucks, who were in third place in the Eastern Conference, defeated the San Antonio Spurs 120-113 and became the name that brought the team the victory.
With 15 assists in the game, Antetokounmpo broke the NBA career record.
Lonnie Walker scored 31 points at the Spurs.
Lakers lost at home
The last champion Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Atlanta Hawks 99-94 on the field.
LeBron James, who took 11 minutes, finished the game with 10 points.
John Collins contributed significantly to the Hawks’ victory with 27 points and 16 rebounds.
Los Angeles Lakers-Atlanta Hawks: 94-99
Philadelphia 76ers-Sacramento Kings: 129-105
Memphis Grizzlies-Golden State Warriors: 111-103
Milwaukee Bucks-San Antonio Spurs: 120-113
Los Angeles Clippers-Charlotte Hornets: 125-98