On Saturday, the Clippers won through a 117: 98 (59:45) on the Sacramento Kings her fourth game successively.
The clippers opened the game with a 9-0 run, laying ahead after the first quarter with 15 meters and claimed a comfortable guided tour via the remaining gameplay. Hartenstein joined the bank ten points, six rebounds and three assists and met two threes in the third party. Paul George was with 23 points, twelve assist and eight rebounds best man on the court.
The clippers will terminate the main round as a eighth and only need to secure a play-off ticket in the so-called play-in tournament.
Embiid sets season top
Joel Embid led the Philadelphia 76ers to a 133: 120 (66:54) against the Indiana Pacers. The superstar scored 41 points, 20 rebounds and showed with 14 killed lows at 17 experiments mostly from the field. For the first time in this NBA season, a player exceeded the brand of 40 meters and 20 rebounds in a game. With currently 30.6 points per game, Embiid is most likely to end the regular season as Topscorer.
Glue with clear MAV victory only spectators
The Dallas Mavericks have mastered their penultimate compulsory task against the Portland Trail Blazers without the German international Maximilian Kleber. Glue could only watch his team at the clear 128: 78 victory due to an ankle injury. With still a pending game, the Texans in Western Conference prove fourth place and are already qualified for the play-offs.
Meanwhile, Milwaukee Bucks have underpinned their claim to third place in the Eastern Conference before the Boston Celtics around international Daniel Theis. After the 131: 101 victory against Detroit Pistons, Topstar Giannis Antetokounmpo and colleagues in their last game on Sunday against Cleveland have the chance to secure their position behind the leading Miami Heat.
West tunnel Houston Rockets lost without the continued injured Dennis Schröder with 115: 117 just against the Toronto Raptors.
NBA: These teams are fixed for the play-offs