On January 15th, Beijing time, the 2021-22 NBA regular season will continue.
After today’s game, some new records were born.
Here are the details:
1. Grizzlies snap 11-game winning streak
The Grizzlies lost 85-112 to the Mavericks at home. After this campaign, the Grizzlies’ longest winning streak of 11 came to an end. The current longest winning streak in the league is the Heat’s 4 winning streak.
In addition, in this game, the Grizzlies scored only 12 points in the fourth quarter, setting a new low in a single quarter of the season.
2. Doncic’s 40th triple-double
Also in this game, Lone Ranger star Luka Doncic played 32 minutes, scoring 27 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists and 6 turnovers.
According to the data, this is Luka’s fourth triple-double this season and the 40th in his career. In addition, there have only been 80 triple-doubles in the history of the Mavericks, of which Doncic achieved 40 alone, accounting for exactly half.
Doncic is also the second-fastest player in NBA history to record 40 triple-doubles (226 games), behind only “Big O” Oscar Robertson (92 games).
3. Lowry surpasses Kobe in total assists
The Heat reversed the Eagles 124-118. In this game, Heat guard Kyle Lowry played 36 minutes and scored 13 points and 8 assists. In this way, Lowry ushered in a milestone. His career assists reached 6,311, surpassing Kobe Bryant and rising to 31st in history.
4. Ayton hits magic stats
The Suns defeated the Pacers 112-94. In this campaign, the Suns inside gate DeAndre Ayton performed well. He played 29 minutes and 56 seconds, made 12 of 18 shots, 1 of 1 three-pointer, and scored 27 points, 12 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals and 1 block. According to statistics, Ayton is the first player in the Suns who can get such data after Kidd in 1999.
5. Curry’s 9 straight games of inefficiency
The Warriors beat the Bulls 138-96 away. In this campaign, Warriors star Stephen Curry made 7 of 15 shots, 4 of 10 three-pointers, 1 of 2 free throws, and scored 19 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal. Counting this ball, Curry shot less than 50% in 9 consecutive games, setting a new career record (previously 8 games).
6. Bagley’s two new highs
The Kings defeated the Rockets 126-114. In this campaign, the Kings insider Marvin Bagley played a steal. He started 33 minutes and made 12 of 20 shots, scoring 26 points, 13 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 blocks. It is worth mentioning that 26 points and 13 rebounds are Bagley’s personal highs this season. (Poirot)Return to Sohu, see more
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