Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (12/10/2016)

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Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (12/10/2016)


– The Cavaliers defeated the Hornets behind an absolutely dominant performance from LeBron James.

– LeBron dropped 44 points on 70% shooting including 5 threes.

– He was unguardable, hitting everything from fadeaways to transition threes to dunks to and1s, the whole package.

– He also dished 10 assists and pulled down 9 rebounds falling one rebound or assist shy of a triple double for the 31st time in his career. (Most All-Time)

– James also became the first forward in NBA history with 7,000 assists.

– He became the only player in NBA history with 27K points, 7K assists and 7K rebounds.

– The Wizards had a nice win at home against the Bucks.

– John Wall had 24 and 11 assists.

– The Nuggets won on the road against the Magic.

– Danilo Gallinari had 21 points.

– Paul George and the Pacers pulled out a big one against the Trailblazers.

– Lillard goes for 33 and CJ McCollum goes for 34 but it’s not enough.

– 37 points for PG13.

– Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade combine for 59 points as the Bulls beat the Heat.

– The Memphis Grizzlies absolutely smash the Warriors at home in a wire to wire victory.

– Balanced scoring from the Grizzlies was key in the victory.

– Klay Thompson with just 8 points.

– The Rockets were too good for the struggling Mavericks.

– James Harden led the way with 18 points and 16 assists.

– No Dirk Nowitzki for the Mavs.

– 130 points for the Spurs as they beat the Nets to bounce back.

– Kawhi Leonard with 30 points on the night.

– The Jazz beat the Kings.

– Gordon Hayward had 26 points.

– The Clippers beat the Pelicans in a historic night for Chris Paul.

– He had a 20/20 game of 20 points and 20 assists.

– He became the first player since 1984 to have 20 assists and 0 turnovers.


POINTS: LeBron James – 44; REBOUNDS: Rudy Gobert, Marcin Gortat – 14; ASSISTS: Chris Paul – 20; STEALS: LeBron James, Chris Paul, Andrew Harrison, Jimmy Butler, Paul George, Markieff Morris, Kevin Love – 3; BLOCKS: Serge Ibaka – 4


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