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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Winners and Losers: Clippers vs. Mavericks, Hawks vs. Knicks, 76ers vs. Wizards & Jazz vs. Grizzlies” – below is their description.
Winners and Losers: Clippers vs. Mavericks, Hawks vs. Knicks, 76ers vs. Wizards & Jazz vs. Grizzlies
SportsNation goes through the Winners and Losers from Wednesday’s playoff action. Luka Doncic scored 42 points and led the Mavericks over the LA Clippers to give Dallas a 3-2 series lead. Trae Young stole the show in New York with 36 points and 9 assists and the Atlanta Hawks advance over the Knicks after a dominant Game 5 performance. The 76ers were without Joel Embiid but Seth Curry dropped 30 points and Ben Simmons had a triple-double to lead Philadelphia to a 129-112 win in Game 5, eliminating the Washington Wizards. Donovan Mitchell led the Jazz with 30 points and Utah beat the Memphis Grizzlies in 5 games to advance in the postseason.
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Rayford Trae Young is an American professional basketball player for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association. He played college basketball for the Oklahoma Sooners. In 2017, he tied the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 single-game assists record with 22.
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