N.B.A. Portland and dunking Toumani Camara win at Cleveland

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Portland recorded another victory in the NBA on Thursday. The Trail Blazers, with our compatriot Toumani Camara on the court for 24 minutes, won 95-103 at Cleveland. Camara had nine points, two rebounds and an assist.

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Shaedon Sharpe was the star with 29 points and 10 rebounds. For Portland it was the third win in four matches. Camara and co are twelfth in the Western Conference.

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Milwaukee lost 120-113 in Chicago on Thursday after overtime. Nikola Vucevic (29 points and 10 rebounds) was the big man for the Bulls. The performances of Giannis Antetokounmpo (26 points and 14 rebounds) and Damian Lillard (18 points and 13 assists) were not enough for the Bucks. Milwaukee is still third in the East.

In the meantime, San Antonio and phenomenon Victor Wembanyama remain in trouble. They suffered their thirteenth loss in a row on Thursday, 135-137 against Atlanta. The Spurs were in command for a long time and were twelve points ahead at one point, but a great performance from Trae Young (45 pts and 14 assists) still helped the Hawks win. Wembanyama recorded 21 points and 12 rebounds. The Spurs remain in last place in the Western Conference.

Miami started an impressive catch-up race against Indiana. In the final quarter, the team scored 45 points and turned a deficit into a 142-132 victory. Jimmy Butler was the Heat’s leading scorer with 36 points. Tyrese Haliburton scored 44 points for the Pacers. Miami is sixth in the East just ahead of Indiana.

Minnesota, the leader in the west, continued to win even without star player Anthony Edwards. The Timberwolves defeated Utah 101-90 and mainly thanked Karl-Anthony Towns (32 points and 11 rebounds).

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