Düsseldorf While most Europeans are asleep, the North American professional leagues are busy. What Happened Overnight in American Football, Basketball, and Ice Hockey: Today, among other things, is a victory for the Greenbay Packers over the previously undefeated Arizona Cardinals.
American Football: Arizona streak collapses against Greenby
The Green Bay Packers’ turn around star quarterback Aaron Rodgers caused the Arizona Cardinals’ first loss of the season in the NFL. The Packers won, as the German Equanimeous St. Brown, at 24:21. The Cardinals had previously started the season with seven successes and were the only NBA team to be unbeaten. Both teams now have a record of 7:1 victories.
It looked like the Cardinal’s eighth win this season for a long time. After fifteen seconds of time, Arizona quarterback Keeler Murray led his team to the edge of the Packers end zone, but his pass to AJ Green was intercepted by cornerback Rasul Douglas. Douglas was dropped from the Cardinals’ training group earlier this month and signed by Green Bay, with German St. Brown getting two passes from Rodgers for a total distance of 12 yards.
Basketball: Clipper continues to win with Mavericks – Theiss backs down with Houston
National Basketball Player Maxi Clipper and the Dallas Mavericks remain on the path to success in the North American Professional League. Led by star Luka Doncic (25 points), the MAFS defeated the San Antonio Spurs 104-99 and scored their third consecutive win. Big Man Clipper managed a double with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
On the other hand, Daniel Theiss had a sensitive setback with the Houston Rockets. The defeat of 91:122 against the so far undefeated Utah Jazz (4:0 wins) was the Rockets’ fourth defeat in a win. Center Thies earned seven points in 20 minutes of play.
The Chicago Bulls suffered their first defeat after starting their dreams with four wins. The race to catch a strong quarter-final came too late, and the Old Master lost 103:104 against the New York Knicks. The Golden State Warriors also lost for the first time with a time of 101:104 after overtime against the Memphis Grizzlies. This makes the Jazz the only team left to win all matches of the previous season.
Ice hockey: 30 reviews: Grubauer leads Seattle to victory over Storm Minnesota
German ice hockey goalkeeper Philipp Grobauer led the Seattle Kraken to their upcoming victory in the NHL. With 30 saves, the goalkeeper, who switched from title contender Colorado Avalanche to Seattle’s new “Expansion Team” pre-season, played a key role in the 4-1 win over the Minnesota Wild with compatriot Nico Storm and underlined his strength. appearance.
While Kraken celebrated their second straight win, Sturm and Wild suffered their second defeat of the season – but it was also their second straight defeat. Augsburg-born Sturm stood on the ice for about 13 minutes, but did not take part in his team’s only goal.