Ruffling on Lakers Bank

For the first time in her franchise history, the Los Angeles Lakers started with two home defeats in an NBA season. On Friday (local time), the Master of 2020 succeeded in the eyes of numerous celebrities the Phoenix Suns with 105: 115.

In the foreground, however, not the false start, but what happened shortly before the end of the first half. Superstar Anthony Davis went to Bank at an eight-point residue and a break and a few words on Big Man Dwight Howard, who apparently did not agree with the manner. It came to a shroud of the two, which had to be separated from their teammates. After the game, Howard gave to protocol to clarify the matter with Davis.

Meanwhile, history was written on the sides of the Suns: As the first player, Routinier Chris Paul exerted the brand of 20,000 points and 10,000 assists.

Embiid supports Simmons – Sixers give game against Nets from the hand

Even in Philadelphia, just a fraction rotates about the sporting success. Rather, the saga around Ben Simmons, which demands a trade, is in the foreground. Most recently, the Australian had returned to Philly, after several talks with those responsible but mentally not yet able to play again.

And so Simmons also lacked the top game on Friday between the 76ers and the Brooklyn Nets, which in turn have problems with Kyrie Irving. In front of the tip-off, Fanblebling Joel Embid grabbed the microphone, thanked the first home game for the support and finally said: In recent months, a lot has happened to you to support us and our teammates Ben because he always still our brother is.

Embiid then led his team to a twelve-point lead after half one, but in the final quarter, Philadelphia broke and gave the victory lightly out of hand. Brooklyn was allowed to thank James Harden (20 Points / 7 Rebounds / 8 Assists) and Kevin Durant (29/15/12), which ultimately secured a 114: 109 victory.

Renewed defeats for Schröder, Wagner and Wagner

Dennis Schröder has lost the second season game with the Boston Celtics. The 28-year-old conceded his team a clear 83: 115 defeat against the Toronto Raptors in their own hall, including whistling concert. Schröder came in about 23 minutes of playing time on four points. At the Raptors, Schröder s Landsmann Isaac Bonga had only a short-term use, where two points reach him.

The Berlin brothers Moritz and Franz Wagner also had to accept the second defeat in the second game with the Orlando Magic like Schröder. The Magic documents the New York Knicks with 96: 121. Rookie Franz Wagner was with 16 points most successful throwers of his team, Moritz Wagner contributed by the bench coming six counters.

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