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Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s 40-Point Explosion Leads Thunder to Victory; Celtics, Wizards, and Suns Shine in Nail-Biting Games

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Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s scintillating 40-point performance, including an astounding 17-point surge in the third quarter, propelled the Oklahoma City Thunder to a commanding 119-93 win over the Denver Nuggets, extending their three-game winning streak. Meanwhile, the Celtics, Wizards, and Suns showcased remarkable performances in their respective thrilling matchups.

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Thunder’s Dominance and Nuggets’ Streak Ends

Gilgeous-Alexander’s spectacular display, combined with Chet Holmgren’s 24 points, showcased the Thunder’s dominance as they halted the Nuggets’ six-game winning streak. Despite Nikola Jokic’s solid 19 points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists, along with contributions from Michael Porter Jr. and Jamal Murray, the Nuggets fell short, leaving their fans in disbelief.

In another intense showdown, the Boston Celtics secured a razor-thin 120-118 victory over the Toronto Raptors. Jaylen Brown’s exceptional 31-point performance, accompanied by 10 rebounds and six assists, powered the Celtics to their fifth consecutive home win, maintaining a perfect 16-0 record.

Despite strong efforts from Pascal Siakam and Scottie Barnes, the Raptors narrowly missed out on victory in the game’s closing moments.

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Wizards Rally; Suns’ Offensive Brilliance

The Washington Wizards fought hard, clinching a 110-104 victory over the Brooklyn Nets. Kyle Kuzma’s impressive 26-point display in the final minutes, alongside Deni Avdija’s double-double of 21 points and 13 rebounds, broke the Wizards’ three-game losing streak. Despite Mikal Bridges’ 19 points, the Nets succumbed to the resilient Wizards in an enthralling contest.

Simultaneously, the Phoenix Suns secured a dazzling 133-119 win over the Charlotte Hornets, marking their first consecutive victories in over a month. Devin Booker’s outstanding 35-point showcase, supported by a balanced offensive effort, propelled the Suns to a well-deserved triumph. Despite Terry Rozier’s valiant 42-point performance for the Hornets, it was not enough to halt the Suns’ relentless charge, leaving fans in awe of Phoenix’s offensive brilliance.

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