Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (1/10/2017)


Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (1/10/2017)


– The Jazz and the Cavs played out a fun one in Salt Lake City.

– The Jazz came out on top.

– LeBron James caught fire in the third period hitting three straight three-pointers, but shooting struggles from Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love really hurt the Cavs.

– Gordon Hayward had 28 points.

– LeBron James had 29.

– The Wizards defeated the Bulls in a thriller.

– John Wall continues to ball with 26 points and 14 assists.

– Rajon Rondo saw playing time, he played 27 minutes.

– He also dunked the ball.

– Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade did not play.

– The Raptors and Celtics was a brilliant game.

– DeMar DeRozan was superb with 41 points and 13 rebounds.

– The Hawks were too good for the Nets.

– Dwight dabbed on Jeremy Lin’s handshake.

– Dennis Schroder had 19 points and 10 assists.

– The Rockets beat the Hornets in a close one.

– James Harden was out of his mind again with 40 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists.

– The Hornets had a chance to tie the game on the final possession but Frank Kamisky made a stupid play trying to draw a foul on a three point attempt.

– The Bucks overcame the Spurs on the road in a huge win.

– The Greek Freak only played 9 minutes and had no points.

– Michael Beasley stepped up bigtime in his absence.

– He had 28 points.

– Kawhi Lenoard went for 30.

– LaMarcus Aldridge did not play.

– The Trailblazers beat the Lakers.

– Damian Lillard and CJ Mcollum combined for 45 points.

– No one had more than 14 for the Lakers.

– The Warriors beat the Heat.

– Steph Curry got posterised.

– Hassan Whiteside had 28 points and 20 rebounds.

– Kevin Durant had 28 points.

– Steph Curry had 24 points.

– Klay Thompson did not play.

– The Kings beat the Pistons.

– DeMarcus Cousins had 24 points and 13 rebounds.

– Cousins had a go at the news reporters after the game (again).


POINTS: DeMar DeRozan – 41; REBOUNDS: Hassan Whiteside – 20; ASSISTS: John Wall – 14; STEALS: LeBron James, Marcus Smart – 4; BLOCKS: Andre Drummond – 7


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