With six games of NBA action on Sunday night, there was no shortage of impressive performances around the league.
From LeBron James and Luka Doncic recording monster triple-doubles to Kawhi Leonard’s fourth-quarter heroics against the Jazz.
Indiana Pacers def. Chicago Bulls, 108-95
TJ Warren (26 points) steps up big for the Pacers, who were down two starters in Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner.
The Heat led by as much as 41 points in this game.
Jimmy Butler led the way with a solid all-around performance of 18 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and four steals in 27 minutes.
Sacramento Kings def. New York Knicks, 113-92
De’Aaron Fox and Buddy Hield combined for 46 points in a convincing win for the Kings.
Fox also got it done on the defensive end.
Los Angeles Lakers def. San Antonio Spurs, 103-96
James recorded his second straight triple-double, the first Laker to do since Lamar Odom in 2006, leading the Lakers to their fifth straight win.
After being tied at 90, the Lakers go 13-6 run to hand the Spurs their first home loss.
Dallas Mavericks def. Cleveland Cavaliers, 131-111
Luka Doncic recorded his second straight triple-double with 29 points, 15 assists, and 14 rebounds en route to leading the Mavericks to a comfortable win over the Cavaliers.
Los Angeles Clippers def. Utah Jazz, 105-94
Kawhi Leonard scored 18 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Clippers to their second win in a row. Donovan Mitchell filled it up for the Jazz, recording 36 points and six assists.
There was only six games of NBA action on Tuesday, but there was no shortage of big matchups!
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Washington Wizards 115, Detroit Pistons 99
Bradley Beal had it going for the Wizards, scoring 22 points to go with six assists and five rebounds in a win. Andre Drummond continues to impress this season with 15 points and 24 rebounds for the Pistons.
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Brooklyn Nets 135, New Orleans Pelicans 125
Kyrie Irving’s 39 points and nine assists outdueled Brandon Ingram’s career-high 40 points to earn a win for the Nets.
Kyrie (39 PTS & 9 AST) continues his hot start as he helps power the Nets to the W!
Houston Rockets 107, Memphis Grizzlies 100
With Russell Westbrook rested, James Harden poured in 44 points to lead the Rockets to a bounce back win over the Grizzlies.
Harden now has the fifth-most regular-season 40-point games in NBA history, passing Allen Iverson for sole possession of fifth-place on the all-time list.
WARRIORS 127-118 TRAIL BLAZERS
A depleted golden state warriors without the injured super trio of Steph Curry, Thompson and Dremond green saw off the Trail Blazers despite a wonderful performance from Damian Lillard.
Above all the LAKERS looks so ignited and unstoppable at the moment in the West likewise the 76ixers are bringing back the days of Allen iverson in the east this time with Joel embid and Ben Simmons
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