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NBA: Wagner brothers lose to Grizzlies with Orlando

 

NBA: Wagner brothers lose to Grizzlies with Orlando

Despite a good performance, the Wagner brothers suffered another defeat in the North American professional basketball league NBA. In the 115:135 against the Memphis Grizzlies, rookie Franz Wagner scored 15 points, his older brother Moritz contributed nine points and five rebounds. Before that, the young Magic team had all won the last three home games.

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The Florida franchise continues to have the worst record in the league with 12 wins and 42 losses. Recently, however, Orlando has improved significantly and won four of the last seven games. National player Franz Wagner, who has not scored in double digits three times in 36 games since the end of November, played a large part in this.

Wagner brothers shock Doncic and Mavs



With a total of 32 points, shooting star Franz Wagner and his brother Moritz contributed to the surprising victory of the Orlando Magic over the Dallas Mavericks.

The laggards at the bottom of the Eastern Conference won against the Texans, who had been in good form recently, 110:108. For Orlando, it was the second win in a row, but only the 11th in the NBA's 51st game of the season. (DATA: NBA results and schedule)

Luka Doncic provided the big show, scoring the 43rd triple double (34 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists) of his career. Side note: When they last met, Doncic badly insulted opponent Moritz Wagner.

Like another German, his brother was instrumental in the decision: Franz Wagner shot the basket and gave Orlando the lead 109:108. Maximilian Kleber then lost the ball and shortly before the end missed the chance for the Mavericks to win.

Hartenstein cheers with the Clippers

With 18 points, Franz Wagner was the second-best thrower on his team behind Chuma Okeke (19). Moritz Wagner got 14 points, Kleber just six points. Dallas missed Kristaps Porzingis with a knee injury. (NEWS: All current information about the NBA)

Isiah Hartenstein scored seven points in his Los Angeles Clippers' 115:90 against the Charlotte Hornets, and the youngster also collected six rebounds. With a record of 26 wins and 26 losses, the Clippers moved closer to Dallas (29-22) in seventh place in the West. (DATA: All tables of the NBA)

The Phoenix Suns remain the undisputed leader and the best team in the NBA. The 115:110 at the San Antonio Spurs was their tenth win in a row and already their 40th success (9 losses) this season.


Source: Yahoo