Robinson broke personal records and gives Miami the win in the extra quarter

Duncan Robinson netted the ninth triple with 17 seconds left in the fourth quarter and added another tenth in the extra quarter as the Miami Heat outscored the Atlanta Hawks 135-1121 in the NBA.

Five players, led by Robinson, broke personal records for points scored within a match. Robinson himself contributed 34 points, 10 of which came from 14 three-point attempts.

Miami junior Kendrick Nunn was the top scorer with 36 points, Bam Adebayo reached a triple-double with 30 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists. And Jimmy Butler also triple-double with 20 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists.

Miami’s five titles combined to score 124 of 135 in this match.

Young De’Andre Hunter helped Atlanta stay in the game with 28 points, while Trae Young contributed 21 points and nine assists for the Hawks, who lost to the Heat for the third time this season.

76ers 97, Nuggets 92
Joel Embiid closed out the game with 22 points, ten rebounds and six assists, helping Philadelphia remain unbeaten at home against Denver.

Hornets 114, Wizards 107
Devonte ‘Graham was impressive in the second half of the match and managed to help Charlotte Hornetts secure a home win against Washington with 29 points.

Trail Blazers 115, Knicks 87
Damian Lillard scored 31 points and tied his personal record with his eight points scored to give Portland the win against the New York guest.

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