Although Tre Young scored a season-high 56 points, the Portland Trail Blazers defeated the Atlanta Hawks.

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Young’s total scoring set a new NBA season high, surpassing Kevin Durant’s 51-point performance for the Brooklyn Nets on December 12. Yang also became the first player ever to score 56 points and 14 assists in a game. NBA.

But despite Young’s outstanding performance, the Trail Blazers led by Anfernee Simons’ career-high 43 points won and ended a four-game losing streak.

“Except for the fact that we lose, I don’t care about anything, so it’s bad for me to lose on a night like this because at the end of the day, it’s important to me,” Yang said.

The 23-year-old scored 29 points at the end of the first half, including a three-pointer from the edge of the Trail Blazers badge with 2.8 seconds left in the second quarter.

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The Eagles took the lead entering the final quarter, but soon saw it dissipate between the two Nassir Little trio.

Since then, the Trail Blazers have maintained their victory and improved to 14-22 this season.

The 22-year-old Simmons became the team’s top scorer that night, becoming the youngest player in the history of the Trail Blazers to score more than 40 points in a single game.

He also made 9 three-pointers-a career high-and later dedicated his performance to his late grandfather.

“Sadly, my grandpa died of cancer yesterday. To be honest, it was all him.” Say Simmons.

“I dedicated the whole game to him. Like I said, I can’t believe it today, that’s all he has… He will want me to play today, so I want to go out and play my game and try my best All you can. He took over my body tonight.”

The Trail Blazers will host the Miami Heat on Wednesday, and the Eagles, which have only won two victories in the past eight games, will face the Sacramento Kings.




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