bas­ket­ball

76ers lose game, Sim­mons

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WASH­ING­TON, Nov 7, (RTRS): Dono­van Mitchell recorded 24 points, eight as­sists and five re­bounds to lead the Utah Jazz to a 106-104 vic­tory over vis­it­ing Philadel­phia on Wed­nes­day night at Salt Lake City on a night the 76ers lost guard Ben Sim­mons to a shoul­der in­jury.

Bo­jan Bog­danovic added 20 points, six re­bounds and five as­sists, and Joe In­gles scored a sea­son-best 16 points off the bench as Utah halted a two-game slide. Mike Con­ley scored 15 points and Rudy Gobert con­trib­uted 14 points, 16 re­bounds and three steals.

Sim­mons had just two points in 10 min­utes be­fore de­part­ing with 5:20 left in the sec­ond quar­ter with right shoul­der sore­ness. He ap­peared to hurt the shoul­der ini­tially early in the first quar­ter when he banged it against the body of Utah de­fender Royce O’Neale. Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, Sim­mons sus­tained a sprained AC joint and will be re-eval­u­ated Thurs­day.

Bucks 129, Clip­pers 124

Gian­nis An­te­tok­oun­mpo had 38 points, 16 re­bounds and nine as­sists to lead Mil­wau­kee past hosts Los An­ge­les, which played with­out star for­ward Kawhi Leonard.

Mil­wau­kee’s Ge­orge Hill came off the bench to score 24 points, hit­ting 6 of 7 3-point at­tempts, while Eric Bled­soe had 20. Kyle Korver added 14 points for the Bucks, Khris Mid­dle­ton chipped in 13, and Brook Lopez fin­ished with 11 points and 12 re­bounds.

Mon­trezl Har­rell, in his first start this sea­son, scored a ca­reer­high 34 points to go along with 13 re­bounds and five as­sists. Lou Wil­liams also had 34 points to go with 11 as­sists, while Pa­trick Bev­er­ley con­trib­uted 20 points and 10 re­bounds. Leonard sat out his sec­ond con­test in eight games be­cause of “load man­age­ment.” Los An­ge­les has lost both con­tests.

Pis­tons 122, Knicks 102

An­dre Drum­mond had 27 points, 12 re­bounds and seven as­sists, and Tony Snell made all nine of his shot at­tempts while scor­ing a sea­son-high 24 points as hosts Detroit cruised past New York. Marki­eff Mor­ris sup­plied 22 points and five as­sists for the Pis­tons, who were once again with­out three of their top play­ers. All-Star for­ward Blake Griffin re­mained side­lined due to ham­string and knee in­juries. The team’s top point guards, Reg­gie Jack­son (back) and Der­rick Rose (ham­string), were also in street clothes.

Julius Ran­dle led the Knicks with 20 points. Mar­cus Mor­ris con­trib­uted 18 points, while rookie R.J. Bar­rett had 15 points, six re­bounds and eight as­sists for New York, which has lost four straight and seven of eight to start the sea­son.

Pac­ers 121, Wizards 106

T.J. War­ren scored 21 points, and In­di­ana downed Wash­ing­ton in Indianapol­is. War­ren shot 9 of 15 from the field, and Doug McDer­mott con­nected on four 3-point­ers to fin­ish with 19 points as seven Pac­ers scored in dou­ble fig­ures.

Rock­ets 129, War­riors 112

James Harden, Clint Capela and P.J. Tucker recorded dou­ble-dou­bles as host Hous­ton breezed past short-handed Golden State.

Harden paired a game-high 36 points with 13 as­sists to lead the charge. Tucker posted 22 points and 11 re­bounds while Capela had 19 points, 16 boards and six blocks. All five Hous­ton starters scored in dou­ble fig­ures.

The War­riors, down three starters (Stephen Curry, Dray­mond Green, D’An­gelo Rus­sell) due to in­jury, mus­tered an an­swer to every Rock­ets run un­til Harden led a 21-6 surge to close the first half. Alec Burks, in­stru­men­tal in keep­ing the War­riors within range in the first half, scored 28 points in 31 min­utes off the bench.

Bulls 113, Hawks 93

To­mas Sa­toran­sky scored a ca­reer-high 27 points, and Chicago ended a two-game los­ing streak with an easy win in At­lanta.

Sa­toran­sky en­tered the game av­er­ag­ing 6.5 points and had not scored in dou­ble fig­ures all sea­son. On Wed­nes­day, he went 10-for-13 from the field, 4-for-5 on 3-point­ers, and added seven re­bounds and eight as­sists. Otto Porter Jr scored 13 points on 5-for-6 shoot­ing but ex­ited in the first half and did not re­turn due to a left foot con­tu­sion.

The Hawks strug­gled with­out for­ward John Collins, who was serv­ing the sec­ond game of a 25-game sus­pen­sion for vi­o­lat­ing the NBA’s drug pol­icy. Jabari Parker, his re­place­ment in the start­ing lineup, con­trib­uted a team-high 18 points, but Trae Young scored only nine points and was 0-for-8 on 3-point tries.

Mav­er­icks 107, Magic 106

Do­rian Fin­ney-Smith put Dal­las ahead for good with a 3-pointer with 3:36 re­main­ing, and the Mav­er­icks drew two charg­ing calls on Or­lando’s Aaron Gor­don in the fi­nal sec­onds to pre­serve a vic­tory over the vis­it­ing Magic.

Luka Don­cic capped a 27-point ef­fort with a pair of free throws with 2:31 re­main­ing to give the Mav­er­icks a 107-102 lead. Dal­las didn’t score again, in­clud­ing two missed free throws by Seth Curry with a chance to ex­tend a 107-106 ad­van­tage with seven sec­onds left, but Or­lando couldn’t take ad­van­tage.

Rap­tors 124, Kings 120

Kyle Lowry scored 24 points, Pas­cal Si­akam added 23 points and 13 re­bounds, and Toronto de­feated vis­it­ing Sacra­mento.

Serge Ibaka scored 21 points, OG Anunoby con­trib­uted a sea­son-best 18 points, and Marc Ga­sol and Fred VanVleet each had 12 for the Rap­tors.

Chicago Bulls for­ward Chan­dler Hutchi­son (15) drives be­tween At­lanta Hawks guards DeAn­dre’ Bem­bry (95) and Kevin Huerter (3) in the first half of an NBA bas­ket­ball game on Nov 6 in At­lanta. (AP)

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