Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (11/7/2016)

Alex Kato/OpenCourt-Basketball

Alex Kato/OpenCourt-Basketball

Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (11/7/2016)


– After their exhausting encounter with the Cavaliers two nights ago, the 76ers couldn’t get up for their matchup with the Jazz.

– Joel Embiid played just 19 minutes as they are monitoring his minutes due to him playing more than his allocated time lately.

– Gordon Hayward was the high man again for the Jazz with 20 Points.

– James Harden filled the stat sheet again as the Rockets bet the Wizards in the Nations Capital.

– He had 32 points and 15 assists as the Wizards couldn’t handle the running game of the Rockets.

– John Wall was ejected for swearing and then bumping an official.

– The Pacers continue with their underwhelming start to the season as they fall to the Hornets.

– The Pacers are yet to win on the road this season.

– Paul George had 10 points, Jeff Teague had 9 and Myles Turner with just 7.

– Kemba Walker with a strong 24.

– The Bulls were too good for the Magic at home.

– No one scored more than 15 for the Magic as Jimmy Butler was the high man with 20.

– Enes Kanter had a double-double in the Thunders win against the Heat.

– It’s going to be a long year for Miami, Whitside with just 5 points. Dion Waiters wth just 2 points on 1/9 Shooting.

– The Los Angeles Clippers DEMOLISHED the Pistons.

– Seriously. The game was over at halftime.

– Andre Drummond still had 15 and 12 rebounds, Chris Paul with 24 to lead the Clippers.

– A relatively close contest throughout was broken up by Steph Curry’s incredible shooting as the Warriors overcame the Pelicans.

– Davis stated hot but Steph couldn’t miss on the night as he had 46 points.

– He also broke an NBA record of 12 three pointers that he shared with Kobe Bryant and Donyell Marshall, hitting 13 of them against the Pelicans.

– He was lights out and it lifted the Warriors to victory.


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