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Philadelphia and Dallas revive



On the night of Friday to Saturday, as part of the NBA play-offs, the Philadelphia 76ers and the Dallas Mavericks revived, against the Miami Heat (99-79) and the Phoenix Suns (103-94).

The Sixers did not elaborate. On the night of Friday to Saturday, as part of the NBA play-offs, Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semi-finals, Philadelphia quietly beat the Miami Heat (99-79), to relaunch in this series ( 2-1). Back from injury, Joel Embiid (18 points, 11 rebounds, 1 assist) was more than valuable, alongside Tyrese Maxey (21 points, 2 rebounds, 6 assists), Danny Green (21 points, 4 rebounds) or even James Harden (17 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists). In this meeting, the Heat led for a small part of the first quarter, but the locals quickly took matters into their own hands. It was really during the fourth and last quarter that the gap between the two franchises then became more substantial, thanks to a 31-14, in this final period, of the Philadelphia franchise.

Dallas held

The Mavs reacted perfectly well. On the night of Friday to Saturday, as part of the NBA play-offs, Game 3 of the Western Conference semi-finals, the Dallas Mavericks beat the Phoenix Suns (103-94), to revive themselves in this series (2-1). However, it was the visitors who began to take matters into their own hands in this meeting, but without managing to detach themselves. Very quickly, the Mavericks then responded, to take control, at the scoreboard. The gap was never necessarily made, but Dallas was therefore able to resist until the end, to end up having the last word. To build this famous success, the locals were able to rely on two men, namely Jalen Brunson (28 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists) and Luka Doncic (26 points, 13 rebounds, 9 assists). The Mavs therefore remain more alive than ever in this series.


Eastern Conference
Match 1 – Miami Heat – Philadelphia Sixers: 106-92
Game 2Miami Heat – Philadelphia Sixers: 119-103
Match 3Philadelphia Sixers – Miami Heat: 99-79
Game 4 on Sunday, May 8 in Philadelphia
Game 5 on Tuesday, May 10 in Miami
Game 6 (if needed) Wednesday, May 11 in Philadelphia
Game 7 (if necessary) on Saturday May 14 in Miami

Western Conference
Match 1 – Phoenix Suns – Dallas Mavericks: 121-114
Match 2 – Phoenix Suns – Dallas Mavericks: 129-109
Match 3Dallas Mavericks – Phoenix Suns: 103-94
>>> Frank Ntilikina (DAL) (0 point (0/0 in shots, 0/0 in 3pts and 0/0 in free throws), 0 rebound, 0 assist, 2 fouls, 1 interception, 0 lost ball and 0 against in 12 minutes of play).

Game 4 on Sunday May 8 in Dallas
Game 5 on Tuesday, May 10 at Phoenix
Game 6 (if needed) Wednesday, May 11 at Dallas
Game 7 (if needed) Saturday, May 14 at Phoenix

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