We had eight games around the Association, headlined by the first meeting between Zion Williamson and Luka Doncic.
Catch up on all the stats, scores, news and highlights from today’s games below:
Boston Celtics 112, Cleveland Cavaliers 106
Jayson Tatum pours in 32 points, his fifth-straight game of 30+ points, to lead the Celtics to victory on the road.
Oklahoma City Thunder 114, Detroit Pistons 107
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scores a team-high 27 points on a sizzling 12-of-15 from the field – the best shooting performance of his career.
Milwaukee Bucks 119, Indiana Pacers 100
In just 28 minutes, Giannis Antetokounmmpo filled it up, with 29 points, 12 rebounds, and six assists.
After trailing by 22 in the first quarter, the Pacers claw their way back to a 58-56 deficit at thelf, thanks to 14 points from TJ Warren.
Miami Heat 116, Orlando Magic 113
Duncan Robinson had the hot hand, knocking down 9-of-12 from the three-point line, while Goran Dragic added 25 points and nine assists off the bench.
Memphis Grizzlies 118, Brooklyn Nets 79
The Grizzlies continue their push for a playoff spot with a blowout win on the road in Brooklyn – setting a franchise record with 20 made three-pointers in the win.
Utah Jazz 112, New York Knicks 104
Donovan Mitchell and Bojan Bogdanovic score 23 points apiece as the Jazz make it three wins in a row.
Minnesota Timberwolves 115, Chicago Bulls 108
Six players score in double figures led by 24 pints from Malik Beasley as the Wolves win back-to-back wins for first time since January!
Dallas Mavericks 127, New Orleans Pelicans 123 [OT]
Luka Doncic records his 14th triple-double of the season with a monster line of 30 points, 17 rebounds, and 10 assists, while Kristaps Porzingis added 34 pints and 12 rebounds.
Zion Williamson finished with 21 points on the night while Brandon Ingram led the way with 27 points. Lonzo Ball knocked down seven three-pointers on his way to 25 points, 11 rebounds, and six assists.
Portland Trail Blazers 125, Washington Wizards 104
In Damian Lillard’s return, the Trail Blazers’ starters score 108 points led by Carmelo Anthony’s 25 points. For the Wizards, Bradley Beal top-scored with 29 points
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