Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (1/23/2017)

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Everything You Need To Know From Last Night’s Games (1/23/2017)


– It was a day of upsets in the league today, as the Cavs, Warriors and Rockets fell.

– The Cavs found themselves 20 points down towards the end of the first half.

– Terrence Jones and Jrue Holiday were torching Cleveland all night long.

– The Cavs went a ferocious comeback behind the excellent play of Kyrie Irving and LeBron James.

– Irving had a monster third quarter of 20 points.

– The Cavs came all the way back and found themselves within 2, but didnt have enough to get the job done.

– LeBron finished with a triple double of 26 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists.

– Irving finished with 49 points.

– 33 and 10 assists for Jrue Holiday.

– Terrence Jones finished with 36 points and 11 boards.

– Anthony Davis did not play.

– The Wizards continue their surge with a win over the Hornets.

– John Wall had 24 points.

– The Spurs were too good for the Nets in New York City.

– Balanced scoring helps the Spurs.

– Kawhi Leonard did not play.

– Patty Mills with 20 off the bench.

– Clippers continue to go about finding their feet with a win over the Hawks.

– Chris Paul did not play.

– Austin Rivers had 27 points.

– Dion Waiters hits the game winning three from the top of the key to lift the Heat over the Warriors.

– Waiters finished with 33 points in 32 minutes.

– The Kings beat the Pistons in Detroit.

– DeMarcus Cousins had 22 points and 14 rebounds.

– The Bucks upset the Rockets.

– The Greek Freak had 31 points.

– 28 for Jabari Parker.

– The Knicks beat the Pacers in a thriller.

– Camelo Anthony made some big plays down the stretch to lift the Knicks.

– He finished with 26 points.

– Paul George had 31.

– Russell Westbrook hits the game winner and has a triple double as the Thunder beat the Jazz in Utah.

– Westbrook finishes with 38,10,10 and moves past Larry Bird and into 5th place all-time in triple doubles in NBA History.


POINTS: Kyrie Irving – 49
REBOUNDS: DeMarcus Cousins – 14
ASSISTS: LeBron James, James Harden – 12
STEALS: Russell Westbrook, Trevor Ariza, James Harden, Malcom Brogdan, Wayne Ellington – 4
BLOCKS: Luc Mbah a Moute, Rudy Gobert, Steven Adams, Giannis Antetokounmpo – 4

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