18 Victories in Series: Phoenix Suns set new record
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By a 114: 103 (69:51) -hammer success against Detroit Pistons, the team from Arizona drove his 18th victory in series — the longest performance series of franchise history. The Suns had to do without their injured Tops cor Devin Booker. These began the Suns in the collective: seven players scored two-digit, Routine Chris Paul (12 points, 12 assists) once more successfully moved the stripping.
Bucks run comes to the end
Meanwhile, the Toronto Raptors stopped the run of the Milwaukee Bucks: with 97:93 (48:40) won the team from Canada, which the Bucks lost for the first time after eight successive successes again a game. At the Bucks, MVP Gianni Antetokounmpo attacked, Fred Valet (29 points) was Match winner for Toronto.
Chicago Bulls confirmed by a 119: 115 (69:51) exit victory at the New York Knicks around Bulls-Ex-Coach Tom Thoreau their strong shape. Dear German and Zach Ravine achieved the last 14 points Chicago's and led the Bulls for the 15th season success.
Also in the night of Friday, the Memphis Grizzlies had made the highest victory in the history of NBA with a 152: 78 over the Oklahoma City Thunder.