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VIDEO. Toumani Camara contributes to Portland’s victory, LeBron James suffers his heaviest defeat since 2003

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Camara was allowed to start again. In total, he was on the court for almost 17 minutes and contributed five points and two offensive rebounds to the Trail Blazers’ score, where Jerami Grant (34 pts), DeAndre Ayton (22 pts, 13 rebounds) and Malcolm Brogdon ( 24 pt) each had a significant share in the fifth victory of the season: 114-110 on the Pacers’ field.

Camara’s most beautiful score in pictures:

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Philadelphia outclassed James

In the remaining games on Monday evening, Philadelphia easily defeated LeBron James’ Lakers: 94-138. The Sixers defeated the Lakers for the seventh time in a row. James, who scored 18 points, saw his team mainly struggling with three-pointers. The Lakers only made 3, while Philadelphia used a whopping 22. Losing by 44 points is his heaviest defeat in the NBA since 2003 for the 38-year-old American. Not to mention his debut year in the NBA. There was a positive side to the defeat for James. After having the highest number of points in the NBA, he now also surpasses Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the number of playing minutes. James now has more than 66,297 minutes in the NBA.

On the other side, everything went smoothly. Reigning NBA MVP Joel Embiid achieved a triple-double (30 points, 11 assists and just as many rebounds), while Tyrese Maxey also added 31 points.

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With the Denver Nuggets it was the big Reggie Jackson show. In the absence of star player Nikola Jokic, he led his team with 35 points and 13 assists. The LA Clippers lost 113-104.

In the other two matches, the Wizards defeated the Pistons: 126-107 and the Utah Jazz took the scalp of the Pelicans: 112-114.

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Doncic and Antetokounmpo can’t both go to the Olympics

‘The Greek Freak’ Giannis Antetokounmpo. — © DeFodi Images via Getty Images

Luka Doncic’s Slovenia (Dallas Mavericks) and Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Greece (Milwaukee Bucks) were drawn in the same qualifying tournament for the Paris Games on Monday. The Olympic basketball tournament will therefore have to make do without either of the two NBA stars.

Twenty-four countries were divided into four qualifying tournaments. They first compete against each other in groups of three, with the top two playing cross-finals. Only the tournament winner will qualify for the Games in Paris.

Greece is hosting a tournament in Piraeus and, in addition to Slovenia, will also face the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Croatia and New Zealand.

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