NBA continued with 7 matches. The match between the Pacers and the Wizards, struggling to participate in the play-in tournament at the Eastern Conference, was the scene of great competition.
The away team Wizards won the match leading to overtime with a score of 124-124 and moved up to 9th place on the scoreboard.
In Wizards, Bradley Beal scored 50 points, 5 rebounds, and Westbrook 33 points, 19 rebounds, 15 assists.
Westbrook, who was the only player in league history to achieve this by beating 15 rebounds and 15 assists in two consecutive matches, reached double digits in three statistics for the 181st time in his career.
The 32-year-old all-star playmaker shared the title of “player with the most ‘triple doubles’ in NBA history”, which Oscar Robertson has held since 1974.
In Pacers, Caris LeVert’s performance of 35 points, 14 rebounds, 8 assists and Domantas Sabonis with 30 points, 13 rebounds, 13 assists, 3 steals was not enough to win.
49 ISSUES IN THREE QUARTERS FROM CURRY
Golden State Warriors, 8th in the Western Conference, beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 136-97.
The Warriors, who scored 27 three-pointers as a team, broke the club record. Stephen Curry led the Warriors to victory with 49 points in three quarters.
In Thunder, Svi Mykhailiuk scored 17, Luguentz Dort scored 16 points.
Philadelphia 76ers-Detroit Pistons: 118-104
Indiana Pacers-Washington Wizards: 132-133 (in extension)
Toronto Raptors-Memphis Grizzlies: 99-109
Denver Nuggets-Brooklyn Nets: 119-125
Utah Jazz-Houston Rockets: 124-116
Portland Trail Blazers-San Antonio Spurs: 124-102
Golden State Warriors-Oklahoma City Thunder: 136-97