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Tom & Mark Billington vs. Bomaye Fight Club signed for MLW Blood & Thunder

TV trucks roll up to Philadelphia January 7 for a huge TV taping

(PHILADELPHIA) — Major League Wrestling today announced The Billington Bulldogs (Tom & Mark Billington) vs. BOMAYE Fight Club (Myron Reed & Mr. Thomas) at MLW Blood & Thunder on Saturday, January 7 at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia.

🎟 Tickets start at $15 at and the 2300 Arena box office.

The card is an MLW TV taping, airing nationwide in the US and in over 60 countries around the world.

One of the sport’s most celebrated British dynasties collide with the hottest fight team in MLW: the BOMAYE Fight Club in Philadelphia.

The bone-crushing power of Mr. Thomas and finesse of Myron Reed will represent the BOMAYE Fight Club as they look to stomp out the emerging force in the tag team division, Mark and Thomas Billington.

The fight team, composed of the 2019 Opera Cup winner Davey Boy Smith Jr., and his cousins Thomas and Mark Billington, collectively as the British Bulldogs, have united to win gold and glory in MLW.

The Billington Family, which roots date back to being executioners in the late 1800s before venturing into combat sports, has been a fixture of the squared circle for over a century. From bare knuckle fights to boxing to the Dynamite Kid’s prolific pro wrestling career, the Billington Family is a storied brawling British clan.

The legendary tag team of cousins Davey Boy Smith Sr. and “Dynamite Kid” Tom Billington, the British Bulldogs, defined tag team wrestling in the 1980s, dominating every organization from Japan to North America to Europe. Decorated in gold, Smith and Billington were feared and respected for their tenacity and innovation.

Now the Smiths and Billingtons reunite as a new generation forge a new chapter in their family’s rich history.

Debuting in 2019, Mark and Thomas, the nephews of the Dynamite Kid, have recently been training for their MLW debut with their cousin Davey Boy and another distant relative in Canada: Bret “Hitman” Hart.

What will the trio have in store for fans and BOMAYE at Blood & Thunder? Only time will tell, but they will be up against some stiff competition.

Mark and Tom Billington will be up against the 3-time World Middleweight Champ Reed and the heavy hitting muscle of BOMAYE in Mr. Thomas.

With payback for the Opera Cup on their minds, the Bulldogs are in the hunt for retribution.

Which team will reign supreme?

Find out LIVE Saturday night, January 7th at MLW Blood & Thunder in Philadelphia!

Major League Wrestling returns to Philadelphia's 2300 Arena on Saturday, January 7. Buy tickets at

World Heavyweight Championship
Alex Hammerstone vs. YAMATO 

Jacob Fatu vs. Ben-K (DragonGate)

National Openweight Championship
Davey Richards (Champion) vs. Johnny Fusion

World Tag Team Championship
Hustle & Power (EJ Nduka & Calvin Tankman) vs. Samoan SWAT Team

Real1 vs. Microman

Davey Boy Smith Jr. vs. Alex Kane

Women’s World Featherweight Championship
Taya Valkyrie (champion) vs. Zoey Skye

Hardcore Match

Mance Warner vs. Rickey Shane Page

Lince Dorado vs. La Estrella

Billie Starkz vs. Kayla Kassidy

Billington Bulldogs vs. Bomaye Fight Club (Myron Reed & Mr. Thomas)

Some of the athletes and talent signed to compete and appear include:

  • Delirious

  • Sam Adonis

  • Cesar Duran

  • The FBI

  • Plus MORE wrestlers will be announced soon at

Buy tickets at Tickets start at $15. Tickets will also be available day of show at the box office unless the event sales out in advance.

Tables Match! Taya vs Lady Flammer! + more tonight on MLW FUSION

Watch nationwide on cable TV on beIN Sports or stream on Pro Wrestling TV

MLW FUSION returns tonight at 8pm ET streaming worldwide on Pro Wrestling TV and Saturday 8pm ET nationwide on cable television on beIN SPORTS.

This week’s card:

  • World Women’s Featherweight Championship: Taya Valkyrie (champion) vs Lady Flammer

  • Tables Match: Mance Warner vs Mads Krugger

  • The Peach State Prize Fight featuring Alex Kane

The final stage of the 2022 Super Series closes out with an interpromotional title bout between Mexico’s Lady Flammer and World Women’s Featherweight Champion Taya Valkyrie as two of the best luchadoras clash for MLW’s top women’s title.

Will the toxic femme fatale bring gold back to Mexico, or can Taya Valkyrie put the exclamation point on the Super Series with a monumental win for MLW? Tune in and find out.

MLW brings the tables for Mance Warner and Mads Krugger in what promises to be a bloody bout. Tis the season for extreme violence and ol Mancer and the masked mercenary look to settle the score when each combatant looks to toss the other through the table. Who will crash and who will go on to fight another day in MLW? Watch Fusion to find out!

Alex Kane challenges Georgia’s best to take a one way trip to Suplex Island as The Bomaye Fight Club presents The Peach State Prize Fight! Who will rise up and accept?

The age of titans reaches a critical stage and the World Heavyweight Champion Alex Hammerstone is in the house. What’s on the horizon for Hammerstone and EJ Nduka? Who will be left standing?

Santa Saint Laurent has a questionable holiday venture?

The Samoan SWAT Team throw down the eggnog and get lucha lit for the holidays with Microman and Lince Dorado.

About Major League Wrestling

Major League Wrestling (MLW®) is a sports media holding company, offering television content, action figures, apparel, live events, and ancillary entertainment. MLW operates in major markets throughout the United States and Mexico, including New York, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Tijuana. One of the fastest growing wrestling leagues today, MLW programming is available worldwide on beIN SportsPro Wrestling TV, Ayozat TV on SKY in the United Kingdom and in over 60 countries and counting.

MLW events showcase diversity and the full spectrum of professional wrestling, with athletes representing countries around the world with fighting styles, including: technical, Japanese strong style, lucha libre, King’s Road brawling, MMA, catch wrestling, hybrid wrestling, submission grappling and other disciplines.

Basketball News

 Swish! Viewership for ESPN and ABC’s NBA Christmas Games Up Five Percent From 2021

  • Philadelphia 76ers vs. New York Knicks Game Draws Highest Viewership in the Noon ET Window in 11 Years
  • Milwaukee Bucks vs. Boston Celtics Game Delivers Largest Average NBA Audience of the Day with 6,033,000 Viewers, Up 16 Percent Vs. Last Year
  • Phoenix Suns vs. Denver Nuggets Broadcast is Most-Watched Christmas Late Game in Seven Years
  • NBA Christmas on ESPN and ABC Up in Key Demos from 2021


Viewership for ESPN and ABC’s NBA Christmas games was up five percent from 2021, according to Nielsen. The five-game holiday slate averaged 4,271,000 viewers, compared to 4,082,000 viewers from last year. All five games aired on both ESPN and ABC.


The Philadelphia 76ers victory over the New York Knicks averaged 4,036,000 viewers, up 38 percent from the noon ET window last season (Atlanta Hawks vs. New York Knicks). It is the most-watched NBA Christmas game in the noon window in 11 years, since the 2011. Christmas opened the 2011-12 NBA season. The Sixers vs. Knicks game also aired on ESPN2 via the NBA in Stephen A’s World alternate presentation.


The Boston Celtics victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in a matchup of Eastern Conference favorites drew the largest average NBA audience of the day with 6,033,000 viewers. It peaked with 6,828,000 viewers from 7:30-7:45 p.m. Viewership was up 16 percent from last season’s 5 p.m. window when the Golden State Warriors squared off with the Phoenix Suns.


ESPN and ABC’s NBA Christmas coverage was bookended with multi-year viewership highs. The Phoenix Suns vs. Denver Nuggets game at 10:30 p.m. averaged 2,485,000 viewers and became the most-watched Christmas late game in seven years, since 2015.


The NBA on ESPN and ABC also generated three percent year over year viewership increases in key demos, including P18-49 and P25-54.


The 2:30 p.m. matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Dallas Mavericks averaged 4,333,000 viewers, while the 8 p.m. game between the Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies generated 4,700,000 viewers.


Viewership is based on Fast Nationals and Out-of-Home data from Nielsen. Final viewership will be available on Wednesday.



-NBA to donate $10,000 to the Tyrese Maxey Foundation-

NEW YORK, December 23, 2022 – The NBA today announced Philadelphia 76ers guard Tyrese Maxey as the NBA Cares Community Assist Award winner for the month of November in recognition of his dedication to strengthening families and communities and supporting youth development.   Each month of the regular season the award recognizes a player who best demonstrates the passion that the league and NBA players share for giving back to their communities. 


Amidst NBA Cares Season of Giving, Maxey and the Tyrese Maxey Foundation donated 300 turkey meals to families in need in West Philadelphia during the Thanksgiving Holiday.  In partnership with both community and corporate partners, the Foundation gathered volunteers to help pack the meals for distribution at the Tustin Recreations Center, ensuring each family received a turkey, a five-pound bag of potatoes and other traditional Thanksgiving meal items.


Earlier this year, Maxey supported the 76ers’ back-to-school efforts in taking part in a surprise pep rally for the students at Forest Hill Elementary School in Camden, NJ.  During the rally, Maxey discussed with students the importance of respecting their teachers, regular attendance to classes, focus during the school day and goal setting.  All 300 students at the event received a new backpack and school supplies while every educator at the school received 76ers swag to deck out their classrooms and help further inspire students.  In addition to his work with local students, throughout the summer Maxey spent his time helping to provide youth ages 7-12 access to the game through his 1% Skills Camp.  A priority for Maxey is accessibility, and each camp hosted in Philadelphia, Garland, TX and Lexington, KY were offered free of charge for all participants, serving more than 500 youth.  The 1% Skills Camp teaches student-athletes how to get one percent better as an overall athlete and provides a one-of-a-kind experience inclusive of enhanced training, pre- and post-game workouts and valuable nutrition tips. 


"I’m grateful to God, my community, and the NBA for this honor," said Maxey. "I feel really connected to families in Philly and Dallas because they work so hard day in and day out and I understand that hustle - to be in a position to give back, I'm truly blessed."


Maxey will be recognized during an on-court ceremony before the 76ers’ home contest against the LA Clippers on Friday, Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. ET.  Head coach Doc Rivers will present him with the award. The NBA will donate $10,000 to the Tyrese Maxey Foundation.


The NBA Cares Community Assist Award honors the standard set by NBA Legend David Robinson, who improved the community piece by piece.  To learn more, please visit

NBA CrunchTime Launches '5 Days of CrunchTime' Next Week Exclusively on the New NBA App


NBA CrunchTime, the free weekly whip around show taking fans live to crucial moments of each NBA game while providing real-time updates and analysis exclusively on the new NBA App, brings '5 Days of CrunchTime' next week. The show, produced by NBA TV, will take advantage of the stretch between Christmas and New Year's to give an unprecedented look at all the fast-breaking action in real-time for fans in the U.S. and Canada. 


Next week's schedule will include: 

  • Monday, 12/26, 8:30PM ET with Nabil Karim and Sam Mitchell
  • Tuesday, 12/27, 8:30PM ET with Nabil Karim and Tim Doyle
  • Wednesday, 12/28, 8:30PM ET with Nabil Karim and Tim Doyle
  • Thursday, 12/29, 8:30PM ET with Jared Greenberg and Tim Doyle
  • Friday, 12/30, 9:00PM ET with Jared Greenberg

FIBA Intercontinental Cup four-team field announced with Tenerife playing host

DECEMBER 22, 2022

MIES (Switzerland) - The next edition of the FIBA Intercontinental Cup is set to take place from February 10-12, 2023 and will see the champions of four regional club leagues - Lenovo Tenerife, Rio Grande Valley Vipers, São Paulo and U.S. Monastir - vying for the coveted trophy in Tenerife, Spain.

The event will take place at Pabellon Insular Santiago Martin, the venue that hosted the 2020 edition of the FIBA Intercontinental Cup, as well as the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2018 Final and the Basketball Champions League Final Four in 2017.

The hosts of the tournament, reigning BCL champions Lenovo Tenerife, will be hoping to add a third FIBA Intercontinental Cup title to their trophy case, having stepped at the top of the podium in the 2017 and 2020 editions of the competition.

Rio Grande Valley Vipers, the 2022 NBA G League champions, are the only other contender with prior experience of the event - and the venue, for that matter - as they took part in the 2020 edition, which was also staged in Tenerife.

U.S. Monastir are set to make history as the first ever Tunisian club and only the second club from Africa, after Egypt's Zamalek, to compete in the FIBA Intercontinental Cup, courtesy of their amazing conquest of the BAL trophy in 2022.

Brazil's São Paulo meanwhile will certainly land in Tenerife having proven they are fearless newcomers, as they will make their FIBA Intercontinental Cup debut on the back of conquering the BCL Americas crown in their first ever campaign in the competition.

"The FIBA Intercontinental Cup is at the forefront of FIBA's strategic endeavors to shape the landscape of international club competitions for the good of the game globally," commented FIBA Secretary General Andreas Zagklis.

"This edition will mark only the second club tournament in basketball history to feature contenders representing four different regional competitions, building on the success of last year's milestone event in Egypt, the first ever to be held in Africa," Mr. Zagklis added.

The draw for the 32nd edition of the FIBA Intercontinental Cup will take place in early January 2023. The tournament will tip off on Friday, February 10, 2023 when the two Semi-Finals take place and it will conclude on Sunday, February 12, 2023 with the Final and the 3rd-Place game.

In the 2022 edition, in Cairo, Brazil’s Flamengo became the first club outside of Europe and the USA to win multiple FIBA Intercontinental Cup titles after prevailing 75-62 over Spain’s San Pablo Burgos in the Final.

The most successful club in competition history are Spanish giants Real Madrid, who have conquered the trophy on five occasions.

Tacleando la NFL: Repaso a la semana 16 de la NFL 2022-2023

Tacleando la NFL: Repaso a la semana 16 de la NFL 2022-2023 

Por Daniel "Mr. Clutch" Mercado Castro 

    La semana 16 comenzó con los Jaguars (7-8) manteniendo vivas sus aspiraciones de postemporada al dominar 19-3 a los Jets (7-8). Trevor Lawrence aportó un rush TD y Riley Patterson aportó 4 field goals. Josh Allen lanzó dos TD y corrió para uno adicional en el triunfo 35-13 de los Bills (12-3) sobre los Bears (3-12). Alvin Kamara y Taysom Hill convirtieron un rush TD cada uno en el triunfo 17-10 de los Saints (6-9) sobre los Browns (6-9). Patrick Mahomes lanzó dos TD y corrió para uno adicional en el triunfo 24-10 de los Chiefs (12-3) sobre los Seahawks (7-8). Greg Joseph pateo un field goal de 61 yardas al expirar el tiempo regular de juego para darle el triunfo 27-24 a los Vikings  (12-3) sobre los Giants (8-6-1). Kirk Cousins lanzó 3 TD por los Vikings. Joe Burrow lanzó 3 TD en el triunfo 22-18 de los calientes Bengals (11-4) sobre los Patriots (7-8). Sam Darnold lanzó y corrió para un total de dos TD en el triunfo 37-23 de los Panthers (6-9) sobre los Lions (7-8). Jared Goff lanzó 3 TD en causa perdida por los Lions. 

    Tyler Huntley con un TD lanzado y Justin Tucker con 3 field goals, fueron suficientes para que los Ravens (10-5) vencieran 17-9 a los Falcons (5-10). Brock Purdy lanzó dos TD en el triunfo 37-20 de los 49ers (11-4) sobre los Commanders (7-7-1). Dak Prescott lanzó 3 TD, 2 a las manos dulces de Cee Dee Lamb, en el triunfo 40-34 de los Cowboys (11-4) sobre los Eagles (13-2). Ezekiel Elliott aportó un rush TD al triunfo de Dallas. David Mills lanzó un TD en la victoria 19-14 de los Texans (2-12-1) sobre los Titans (7-8). Los Steleers (7-8) derrotaron 13-10 a los Raiders (6-9) gracias a un TD lanzado de Kenny Pickett a las manos de George Pickens en el 4to parcial. 

    La Navidad trajo tres grandes juegos para el deleite de todos. Los Packers (7-8) mantienen vivas su esperanza de postemporada al vencer 26-20 a los Dolphins (8-7) con TD lanzado de Aaron Rodgers y un rush TD de AJ Dillon. Baker Mayfield lanzó dos TD y Cam Akers corrió para tres TD en el triunfo 51-14 de los Rams (5-10) sobre los Broncos (4-11). Tom Brady lanzó un TD, pero Ryan Succop completó 4 field goals, incluyendo el de la victoria faltando 3:41 del tiempo adicional, en el triunfo 19-16 de los Buccaneers (7-8) sobre los Cardinals (4-11). Los Bears han perdido 8 juegos seguidos.

    En el clásico juego del lunes; los Chargers (9-6) dominaron 20-3 a los Colts (4-10-1) gracias a dos rush TD de Austin Ekeler. 

ClutchNBA: Repaso a la semana 10 de la NBA 2022-2023

 ClutchNBA: Repaso a la semana 10 de la NBA 2022-2023

19 al 25 de Diciembre del 2022

Por Daniel "Mr. Clutch" Mercado Castro 

    Lunes 19: Donovan Mitchell recibió a su antiguo equipo de los Jazz en su nueva casa Cleveland y los Cavs dominaron 122-99 con 20 puntos, 11 rebotes y 3 tapones de Allen. Lauri Markkanen anotó 24 por los Jazz ante su antiguo equipo de los Cavs. Giannis Antetokounmpo anotó 42 puntos en el triunfo 128-119 de los Bucks sobre los Pelicans. Brook Lopez aportó 30 puntos al triunfo mientras que Valanciunas anotó 37 y McCollum 31 por los Pelicans. OKC venció 123-121 a Portland gracias a 35 puntos de Shai-Gilgeous Alexander. Los Suns dominaron 130-104 a los Lakers gracias a 28 puntos de Chris Paul. Charlotte venció 125-119 a Sacramento gracias a 23 puntos con 12 asistencias de LaMelo Ball y 31 puntos de Oubre Jr. Los Wolves vencieron 116-106 a Dallas gracias a 27 puntos de Reid y 27 puntos de Anthony Edwards. Los Wolves juegan mejor con Reid en la pintura que con Gobert o KAT. Increíble! Vassell anotó 26 puntos para liderar el triunfo 124-105 de los Spurs ante Houston. Trae Young paró la racha de Orlando con 37 puntos junto a 13 asistencias en el triunfo 126-125 de los Hawks sobre los Magic. Embiid anotó 28 puntos con 11 rebotes en el triunfo 104-101 de los 76ers sobre Toronto. Pascal Siakam anotó 28 puntos. 

    Martes 20: Los Jazz derrotaron 126-111 a Detroit gracias a 38 puntos con 9 bombazos de Lauri Markkanen, total más alto en su carrera. Lauri debe ir al Juego de Estrellas. Chicago derrotó 113-103 a Miami con 24 puntos de DeMar DeRozan y 29 puntos de Vucevic. Brunson con 21 puntos y Quickley con 22, fue suficiente para que los Knicks derrotaran 132-94 a los Warriors sin Curry. Los Wizards sorprendieron 113-110 a los Suns con 29 puntos de Kuzma y 27 de Beal. Jokic realizó un triple double de 13 puntos, 13 asistencias y 13 rebotes en el triunfo 105-91 de Denver sobre Memphis. Morant anotó 35. 

    Miércoles 21: Donovan Mitchell anotó 36 puntos para guiar el triunfo 114-106 de los Cavs sobre los Bucks a pesar de 45 puntos de Giannis. Orlando venció 116-110 a Houston gracias a 23 puntos con 13 rebotes de Banchero. Los Mavs vencieron 104-99 a los Wolves gracias a 25 puntos con 9 rebotes y 10 asistencias de Luka Doncic. OKC derrotó 101-98 a Portland gracias a 27 puntos de Gilgeous-Alexander. Sacramento venció 134-120 a los Lakers con juego de 13 puntos, 21 rebotes y 12 asistencias de Domantas Sabonis. LeBron James anotó 31 puntos con 11 asistencias en la derrota. Los Clippers dominaron 126-105 a Charlotte gracias a 22 puntos de Paul George. Los 76ers dominaron 113-93 a Detroit con 22 puntos, 10 rebotes y 4 tapones de Joel Embiid. Un canasto de Ayo Dosunmu al sonar la chicharra le dio el triunfo 110-108 a los Bulls sobre los Hawks. Young anotó 34 por Atlanta y DeRozan 28 por Chicago. Divertido fue ver a todos los Bulls celebrando encima de John Collins. Haliburton anotó 33 en el triunfo 117-112 de Indiana sobre Boston. Tatum anotó 41 en causa perdida. Siakam anotó 52 puntos, total más alto de su carrera, para que Toronto detuviera la racha de 8 victorias seguidas de los Knicks al vencerlos 113-106. Los Nets destrozaron 143-113 a los Warriors con un primer cuarto que ganaron 46-17, al lanzar 33-21 de la línea de 3 puntos para un 64%, y contar con 23 puntos de Durant. 

    Jueves 22: Los Pelicans vencieron 126-117 a los Spurs con 40 puntos de CJ McCollum. Los Jazz derrotaron 120-112 a los Wizards gracias a 25 puntos de Beasley, 23 de Clarkson y 21 de Markkanen.

    Viernes 23: Doncic anotó 50 en el triunfo 112-106 de Dallas sobre Houston. Haliburton anotó 43 en el triunfo 111-108 de Indiana sobre Miami. Embiid anotó 44 y Harden realizó un triple double de 20 puntos, 21 asistencias y 11 rebotes, en el triunfo 119-114 de los 76ers sobre los Clippers. Las 21 asistencias de Harden son el total más alto de su carrera y empata la marca franquicia de Chamberlain y Cheeks. Cole Anthony con 23 puntos, 10 rebotes y 9 asistencias lideró el triunfo 133-113 de Orlando sobre San Antonio. Young anotó 26 con 13 asistencias en el triunfo 130-105 de Atlanta sobre Detroit. Los Pelicans derrotaron 128-125 en tiempo extra gracias a 21 puntos de Hayes y 17 de McCollum. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander anotó el total más alto de su carrera con 44 puntos. Brown con 36 puntos y Tatum con 30, se combinaron en la victoria 121-109 de Boston sobre los Wolves. Jokic con 29 puntos, 8 rebotes y 11 asistencias lideró el triunfo 120-107 de Denver sobre Portland. Los Nets lograron su 8vo triunfo seguido al dominar 118-100 a los Bucks con 24 puntos de Durant. Memphis dominó 125-100 a los Suns con Clarke y Jackson Jr anotando 24 puntos cada uno. Siakam y Anunoby anotaron 26 puntos cada uno en el triunfo 118-107 de Toronto sobre los Cavs. DeRozan se le metió en la cabeza de Brunson para que fallara claves tiros libres, y luego anotó el canasto de la victoria en el triunfo 118-117 de los Bulls sobre los Knicks. DeRozan anotó 25 con 10 asistencias y LaVine anotó 33 puntos. RJ Barrett tuvo su mejor juego de la temporada con 44 puntos en causa perdida. Los Wizards dominaron 125-111 a los Kings con 32 puntos de Kuzma y 24 de Beal. Sabonis realizó un triple double de 20 puntos, 15 rebotes y 10 asistencias en causa perdida. Los Hornets vencieron 134-130 a los Lakers con Rozier y Ball anotando 23 puntos cada uno mientras que PJ Washington anotaba 24. LeBron anotó 34. 

    Sábado 24: No juegos programados.

    Domingo 25: La Navidad nos regaló 5 emocionantes juegos. Los 76ers ganaron su 8vo juego seguido al vencer 119-112 a los Knicks con 35 puntos de Embiid y 29 puntos con 13 asistencias junto s 4 robos de balón de James Harden. Randle anotó 35 en causa perdida. Dallas derrotó a los Lakers 124-115 gracias a 30 puntos con 8 rebotes, 7 asistencias, 4 robos de balones y 2 tapones de Christian Wood. Doncic anotó 32 con 9 rebotes y 9 asistencias mientras que Tim Hardaway Jr anotó 26. LeBron James anotó 38 puntos en lo que fue juego #17 en su carrera el día de Navidad. 41 puntos de Tatum y 29 de Brown fueron suficientes para que Boston dominará 139-118 a los Bucks. 32 puntos de Jordan Poole fueron claves para que los Warriors derrotaran 123-109 a Memphis. Ja Morant anotó 36 puntos, 7 rebotes y 8 asistencias en causa perdida. Nikola Jokic logró el triple double #83 de su carrera con 41 puntos, 15 rebotes y 15 asistencias en el triunfo 128-125 de Denver sobre los Suns en tiempo extra. Gordon con 28 puntos y un magistral dunk ayudó a Doncic mientras que Murray anotó 26. Chris Paul anotó 17 puntos y repartió 16 asistencias por los Suns. Dallas reveló una hermosa estatua de Nowitzki.

Hot Teams: Nets y 76ers con 8 victorias seguidas. 

Cold Teams: Detroit  y Houston con 5 derrotas seguidas. Lakers llevan 4 derrotas seguidas. 


Conferencia del Este

Atlantic-Boston 24-10, Nets 21-12, 76ers 20-12, Knicks 18-16 y Toronto 15-18.

Central-Bucks 22-11, Cavs 22-12, Indiana 17-16, Bulls 14-18 y Detroit 8-27. 

Southeast-Atlanta 17-16, Miami 16-17, Washington 13-21, Orlando 13-21 y Charlotte 9-24.

Conferencia del Oeste

Northwest-Denver 21-11, Jazz 19-16, Portland 17-16, Wolves 16-17 y OKC 14-19. 

Pacific-Suns 19-15, Clippers 19-15, Kings 17-14, Warriors 16-18 y Lakers 13-20.

Southwest-Pelicans 20-12, Memphis 20-12, Dallas 18-16, Spurs 10-22 y Houston 9-23.