Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (11/18/2016)

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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (11/18/2016)


-LeBron James and JR Smith returned to the starting line-up as the Cavaliers destroyed the Pistons at home.

-The Pistons started with two threes and took a quick 6-0, but that was the closest they got to victory as the Cavs were unbelievable.

-Kyrie Irving nearly matched his career high of 12 assists but registered 11 without playing the 4th quarter.

-LeBron had 21 points in 28 minutes.

-The Hornets fight all the way back to beat the Hawks at home.

-Kemba Walker continues his assault on an all-star position as he comes up big in the clutch with some huge baskets.

-Dwight Howard had 18 rebounds, before getting ejected.

-The Pacers continue their uneven start to the season with a loss to the Suns at home.

-The Suns score 116 as Alex Len and Alan Williams register double-doubles.

-Paul George did not play.

-The Trailblazers are disappointing again as they fall to the Pelicans.

-A huge 38 points from Anthony Davis lifts them to victory.

-Jrue Holiday scored 21 in his season debut off the bench (23 minutes)

-Damian Lillard shoots 8/24 (33.3%) on the night.

-The Thunder and the Nets played out a fun one in Oklahoma.

-It was close, before the Thunder pulled away in the middle of the fourth period.

-Russell Westbrook recorded a triple double of 30 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists.

-Victor Oladipo is also starting to find his feet, he had a nice game with 26 points.

-The Warriors were too good for the Celtics, as Boston were underwhelming at home.

-Klay Thompson had 28 on the night.

-The Mavericks score just 64 points against the Grizzlies (Yes, 64).

-In comparison, the Nets scored 40 points alone in the first quarter against the Thunder.

-Funnily enough, no one scores more than 12 points in the win for the Grizzlies (Chandler Parsons)

-A pulsating game in Denver as the Raptors and Nuggets go to overtime.

-It looked as though the Nuggets were going to hang on leading 106-104, but it wasn’t to be.

-The game went to overtime and the Raptors had that little bit more to win the contest.

-DeRozan with another 30 point performance.

-The Spurs and Lakers game was a fun one.

-With the scores locked at halftime, the Spurs then hit 12 shots in a row in the third quarter to create separation and eventually win the game because of it.

-Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge combine for 46 points.

-D’Angelo Russell does not play due to left knee soreness.

-The Clippers get back to winning ways with a win over the Kings.

-DeMarcus Cousins had 38 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists but it wasn’t enough.

-Everyone scores for the Clippers again in the win.

-Blake Griffin the high man with 29.


POINTS: Anthony Davis, DeMarcus Cousins – 38
REBOUNDS: Dwight Howard – 18
ASSISTS: Russell Westbrook – 13
STEALS: DeMarcus Cousins, Chris Paul, Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Andre Roberson, Dwight Howard, Kent Bazemore 3
BLOCKS: Tristan Thompson, Anthony Davis, Terrence Jones – 4

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