VIDEO. Toumani Camara pulls off a phenomenal dunk past one of the best blockers in the NBA, but falls to Portland

Portland was unable to record a third consecutive victory in the NBA on Saturday evening. Toumani Camara and his teammates lost 118-113 in Utah after extra time.

After regular time it was tied in Salt Lake City: 106-106. In the five minutes of extra time, the Jazz finally won. Camara played for the visitors for half an hour and was good for eight points, four steals and three rebounds.

Our compatriot scored a wonderful point in the fourth quarter. He was not fooled by the 2.13 meter tall Walker Kessler – one of the best blockers in the NBA – and delivered an excellent dunk. A vital point, because the Trail Blaizers got back into the game with two minutes to go.

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And even after that, Camara was of vital importance for Portland, because in the very last second of regular playing time he kept the winning goal out of the ring with an ultimate block. To enjoy.

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For Portland it was the thirteenth loss in nineteen games. In the Western Conference standings, the team from Oregon is thirteenth, behind only Memphis and San Antonio. Utah is one place better at number twelve.

Not ten out of ten for Orlando

For Orlando, a streak of nine consecutive victories came to an end. The Magic hoped to set the club record with a tenth consecutive win, but fell 129-101 to the Brooklyn Nets. Mikal Bridges was man of the match with 42 points.

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Minnesota solidified its lead in the Western Conference with a 117-123 win at Charlotte. Karl-Anthony Towns (28 points) and Rudy Gobert (26 points, 12 rebounds) led the Timberwolves to their fifteenth win in nineteen games.

Still in the West, the LA Lakers beat the Houston Rockets at home 107-97. Anthony Davis scored 27 points and 14 rebounds. LeBron James further extended his NBA scoring record with 16 points.

The LA Clippers successfully completed a catch-up race against Golden State. They corrected a 22-point deficit and still won 113-112 thanks to an ultimate three-pointer from Paul George. He was the star of the evening with 25 points, six rebounds and six assists. Stephen Curry scored 22 points and 11 assists for the Warriors in his 900th NBA game.

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