Basket-ball NBA: Knicks enjoy Bulls’ win, Biyombo and Cats outscore Philadelphia

nba-hawks-bulls_cats-76ersThe race for the last tickets to the play-off looks fierce. Dennis Schröder (5 points) and the Hawks in the East as the Suns in the West were ejected from the Top 8 last night. New York thanks to their victory over Brooklyn begins to hope. The performance of some African stars who were on the court.

Atlanta might regret their loss (92-105) against Chicago at the end of the regular season. Eighth in the Eastern Conference before facing Joakim Noah (10 points, 10 rebound and six assists) and his band, the Hawks see the last ticket of the playoffs slip through their fingers. Thanks to 23 points from DJ Augustin, Chicago Bulls (fourth in the East with 43 wins and 32 losses) keep pressure on Toronto (3rd with the same record) and distance Brooklyn (5th) 3 wins.

The Nets have lost the New York derby, 110-81. Led by JR Smith (24 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds) and Carmelo Anthony (23 points, 10 rebounds), the New York Knicks compost their 33rd win of the season (43 loss) and seized the 8th place in the Eastern Conference.

Also involved in the race to the final 8 in the East, Charlotte Bobcats (7), under the leadership of Player of the month of March in the conference Al Jefferson (25 points, 10 rebounds), have hooked a win over Philadelphia. The 76ers have been outscored by the franchise of Bismack Biyombo (2 points, 7 rebounds), 93-123. Voted best rookie of the month for the 3rd time, the leader of the Sixers Michael Carter- Williams has cracked 22 points.

With the 10 points and 5 rebounds of Ian Mahinmi, Indiana ended a run of three defeats last night. The Pacers now second in the East, beat the Detroit Pistons, 101-94. The Starter led by Paul George (27 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists) finished with at least 11 points.

Other results of the night

Orlando-Cleveland: 98-119

Toronto-Houston: 107-103

Minnesota-Memphis 102-88

Washington-Boston: 118-92

Miami– Milwaukee 96-77

San Antonio-Golden State: 111-90

Denver– New Orleans: 137-107

Phoenix –LA Clippers: 108-112

Sacramento-LA Lakers: 107-102.

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