Tyrese Maxey and Austin Reaves in the race for the MVP?

Tyrese Maxey and Austin Reaves in the race for the MVP?



Five games tonight on the occasion of this new NBA pre-season session, and a lot of things to eat, in any case as much as what we really and concretely put in our mouths 1h to 6h30. We keep that to ourselves because it’s not glorious, and for the rest everything is written just below.

The results of the night

  • Hornets–Pacers: 97-122
  • Sixers – Cavaliers: 113-112, the recap right HERE
  • Celtics – Raptors: 119-125, the recap right HERE
  • Thunder–Mavericks: 96-98
  • Lakers – Suns: 115-119, the recap right HERE

Another very magical or very shitty night, depending on our level of excitement 12 days before the recovery. For the images it’s all offered a few lines below, and for the rest here without further ado some information of the utmost importance. Bennedict Mathurin and Tyrese Haliburton are warming up and slamming the Hornets which already seem to be at their maximum to get Victor Wembanyama next June, Donovan Mitchell made his big debut for the Cavs against the Sixers who are now owned by franchise player Tyrese Maxey (still 19 points before the break), from the Sixers who had activated Frenchie Joel Embiid and the October version of James Harden for the first time.

A little later Sam Hauser presented himself as the third thief of the Big Three of the Celtics, why not, and Jaden Hardy scored 21 points including around 1000 in the last quarter against the Thunder, who are already starting to get used to to lose as if by magic. To finish the main event gathered in Vegas LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Chris Paul and Devin Booker, but if the King sounded the revolt (and lost) it was Austin Reaves who made our fragile little hearts beat, little hearts that could also be put to the test next night with round 2 of the Wembanyama / Henderson battle.

The Top 10 of the night, when it’s out

Some pictures from the night


Tyrese Maxey had another big #NBAPreseason performance as the @sixers pulled off the close win at home. pic.twitter.com/Lq6RLlFayD

— NBA (@NBA) October 6, 2022

Tonight’s program:

  • 6 p.m.: Hawks-Bucks
  • 1h30: Nets – Heat
  • 2 a.m.: Thunder – Adelaide 36ers
  • 2 a.m.: Spurs – Magic
  • 4 a.m.: Blazers – Maccabi Ra’Anana
  • 4 a.m.: Lakers-Wolves

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