NBA roundup: Warriors end Rockets’ 9-amusement win streak

DeMarcus Cousins filled in as a facilitator before flourishing as a battering ram, driving the Golden State Warriors to a 106-104 triumph over the host Houston Rockets on Wednesday.

Cousins posted season-highs in focuses (27) and helps (seven) to enable the Warriors to turn away a four-amusement, season-arrangement clear by the Rockets.

The Warriors, 4-6 over their past 10 amusements, snapped the Rockets’ season-best, nine-diversion series of wins by striking a compelling back to front equalization. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson joined for 54 on 20-of-43 shooting, with Thompson counting 30 and five 3-pointers.

James Harden matched 29 with 10 helps yet proceeded with his ongoing battles from profound, missing 10 of 12 3-point endeavors. Clint Capela posted 13 points and 13 bounce back however attempted to shield Cousins on the square. Eric Gordon included 17 points for the Rockets.

Thunder 108, Nets 96

Paul George and Russell Westbrook consolidated for 56 points as Oklahoma City beat visiting Brooklyn in the wake of trailing by as much as 17 right off the bat in the second quarter and 10 from the get-go in the second half.

It was the second time this season the Thunder originated from a twofold digit shortage in the second half to beat the Nets and the fourteenth amusement this season Oklahoma City won in the wake of trailing by no less than 10.

Westbrook completed with 31, 12 bounce back and 11 helps for his first triple-twofold since Feb. 28. Spencer Dinwiddie drove the Nets with 25 points.

Wizards 100, Magic 90

Bradley Beal scored 23 points, Thomas Bryant included 21 points and 10 bounce back, and Washington crushed visiting Orlando.

Jabari Parker included 19 points and nine bounce back for Washington, which is 2-0 on a significant five-diversion homestand. Wizards saves, driven by Bryant, Parker and Chasson Randle (13 points), scored 59 points.

Nikola Vucevic drove the Magic with 20 points and 14 bounce back. D.J. Augustin scored 16 points, and Aaron Gordon and Jonathan Isaac had 13 each for the Magic, who have lost four of five.

Warmth 108, Pistons 74

Justise Winslow drove a reasonable assault with 16 points, and host Miami scored the initial 21 points of the second half to move past Detroit.

The Heat outscored the Pistons 33-8 in the second from last quarter. It was Detroit’s most minimal scoring quarter since Nov. 21, 2012, when the Pistons had an eight-point quarter against Orlando.

Dion Waiters had 14, Hassan Whiteside and Josh Richardson scored 13 each, and Dwyane Wade hurled in 11 off the seat for Miami. Blake Griffin drove Detroit with 13. Previous Heat monitor Wayne Ellington included 11.

Jazz 114, Suns 97

Donovan Mitchell scored 26 points to enable Utah to beat have Phoenix. The Jazz have crushed the Suns by a normal of 23 while winning every one of the previous five gatherings.

Rudy Gobert had 18 points and 20 bounce back for the Jazz, who outscored Phoenix 36-22 amid the final quarter. Derrick Favors included 18 points, seven bounce back and seven helps.

Devin Booker scored 27 points for the Suns, who lost for simply the third time in eight diversions. Kelly Oubre Jr. included 18 points.

Birds of prey 132, Grizzlies 111

Atlanta proceeded with its hot play on offense, with John Collins, Trae Young and Alex Len joining for 69 points in a success over visiting Memphis. The Hawks entered the diversion as the NBA’s best hostile group since the All-Star Game, averaging 122.5 focuses.

Collins completed with 27 points on 11-for-17 shooting and snatched 12 bounce back for his 28th twofold of the period. Youthful scored 22 points and had eight bounce back. Len fell off the seat to include 20 points and eight bounce back.

CJ Miles sank eight 3-pointers and scored 33 points for the Grizzlies. Mike Conley included 20 points and seven helps.

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