Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (11/25/2016)


Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (11/25/2016)


-Every team in the association played last night.

-The Cavaliers absolutely demolished the Mavericks at the Q.

-Kyrie Irving outscored the entire Mavericks team by himself in the first quarter

-The Big three of the Cavs combined for 50 points at halftime, and the Cavs put up 72 points at the break.

-Their largest lead on the night was 42 points, it was an absolute clinic.

-The Spurs won a close one against the Celtics in Boston.

-The Spurs remain unbeaten on the road this season.

-25 points and 10 rebounds for Kawhi Leonard.

-The Wizards pulled one out against the Magic on the road.

-John Wall had 26 points and 10 assists in the win.

-The Washington starting 5 was good as they got not much production from their bench last night.

-The Knicks and the Hornets was a thrilling affair at the garden.

-With the game on the line, Carmelo Anthony rimmed out a potential game winner.

-A couple of jams from Michael Kidd Gilchrist swung momentum in the Hornets favor in overtime, but Carmelo Anthony came up huge.

-He made a great play to Kristaps Porzingis in the corner for a massive three.

-Melo then hit the turnaround game winner from the same spot he missed the first one in regulation.

-Anthony had by far his best game of the season with 35 points, 14 rebounds and 5 assists. Those numbers were all season highs for him.

-The Bulls were too good for the 76ers in Philly.

-Joel Embiid did not play.

-Jimmy Butler had 26 points as the high man.

-The Pistons stopped the Clippers run as they beat them in Detroit.

-Marcus Morris had the hot hand towards the end of the game, and with poor execution offensively, as well as timely buckets for the Pistons, they registered a huge victory.

-Kentavious Cadwell Pope had 16 points and 10 assists.

-Chris Paul with just 8 points on the night.

-The Jazz beat the Hawks in Utah.

-Dwight Howard had just 4 points and 7 rebounds.

-Gordon Hayward with 24 points.

-The Raptors bet the Bucks in an entertaining one in Milwaukee.

-The Raptors lead for the majority of the contest, and 26 points from DeMar DeRozan was enough.

-The Greek Freak with 29 points and 11 assists for the Bucks.

-Miami had a surprising win in Memphis.

-In a night where Hassan Whiteside had just 4 points, Tyler Johnson poured in 22 to lift the Heat.

-Marc Gasol with just 9 points.

-Indiana bet the Brooklyn Nets at home.

-Jeremy Linn did not play.

-20 points from Glen Robinson the third who is flourishing in the absence of Paul George.

-The Nuggets and Thunder went to overtime.

-It’s hard to comprehend how it went to overtime, as the Nuggets were up comfortably in the fourth period, but they let the Thunder back in it.

-Oklahoma eventually took the lead before Steven Adams fouled Jamal Murray for 3 shots which sent the game into OT.

-The Thunder just had enough to pull it out, and Russell Westbrook had a monster triple double of 36 points, 12 rebounds and an NBA season high 18 assists.

-The Minnesota Timberwolves bet the Suns.

-Andrew Wiggins found some form with 25 points.

-Zach Lavine with an early contender for poster of the season on Alex Len.

-The Blazers got over the line against the Pelicans at home.

-New Orleans is playing some good basketball now since Jrue Holiday as returned, and they had a nice comeback before a Blazer run in the fourth quarter put the game to bed.

-Damian Lillard had 27 points and 11 assists.

-Anthony Davis had 31 points and 13 rebounds.

-The Golden State Warriors got their revenge on the Lakers in LA.

-The game was never really in doubt, as the Warriors cruised to victory against an injured LA team.

-Durant had 29 points.

-Steph Curry missed an open dunk for a Shaqtin nomination.

-The Houston Rockets just let it go from three-point range as they beat the Kings.

-James Harden with a triple double of 23 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.


POINTS: Russell Westbrook – 36; REBOUNDS: Nikola Vucevic – 17; ASSISTS: Russell Westbrook – 18; STEALS: Jordan Clarkson, Ricky Rubio – 5; BLOCKS: DeMarcus Cousins, Anthony Davis, Marc Gasol, Rudy Gobert – 5

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