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NBA Summary - 5th December 2018

Warriors 129-105 Cavaliers

GSW:
Curry 42 pts 9 rebs 7 ast 9 threes
Durant 25 pts 10 Rebs 9 ast
Klay Thompson 16 pts 4 Rebs
Jerebko 11 pts 4 Rebs 5 ast

CLE:
Sexton 21 pts 3 ast
Clarkson 17 pts 3 ast
Osman 16 pts 3 Rebs
Tristan Thompson 14 pts 19 Rebs 3 ast

Nuggets 124-118 Magic

DEN:
Jamal Murray 31 pts 4 Rebs 8 ast
Millsap 18 pts 8 Rebs
Juancho Hernangomez 14 pts 4 Rebs
Jokic 12 pts 8 Rebs 13 ast
Plumlee 11 pts 7 Rebs 4 ast

ORL:
Fournier 26 pts 8 Rebs 4 ast
Vucevic 24 pts 15 Rebs 4 ast
Aaron Gordon 19 pts 6 Rebs 5 ast
Ross 17 pts 3 ast

Wizards 131-117 Hawks

WAS:
Beal 36 pts 6 Rebs 9 ast
Porter 20 pts 11 Rebs 5 ast
Oubre 19 pts 5 Rebs 3 stl
Thomas Bryant 16 pts 9 Rebs
Satoransky 14 pts 4 Rebs 7 ast

ATL:
John Collins 26 pts 14 Rebs
Bazemore 22 pts 6 ast 4 stl
Trae Young 14 pts 5 ast
Vince Carter 13 pts 4 Rebs

Thunder 114-112 Nets

OKC:
George 47 pts 15 Rebs 4 ast
Westbrook 21 pts 15 Rebs 17 ast
Adams 15 pts 8 Rebs
Schroder 12 pts

BKN:
Crabbe 22 pts 4 Rebs
Joe Harris 19 pts 7 Rebs
Russell 17 pts 4 ast
Jarrett Allen 15 pts 8 Rebs 4 ast

Sixers 102-113 Raptors

PHI:
Jimmy Butler 38 pts 10 Rebs
JJ Redick 25 pts 4 ast
Embiid 10 pts 12 Rebs 5 ast
Ben Simmons 8 pts 10 Rebs 11 ast

TOR:
Leonard 36 pts 9 Rebs 5 stl
Valanciunas 26 pts 8 Rebs
Ibaka 18 pts 8 Rebs
Lowry 7 pts 4 Rebs 4 ast 3 stl

Clippers 86-96 Grizzlies

LAC:
Marjanovic 19 pts 8 Rebs
Gallinari 17 pts 5 Rebs
Lou Williams 12 pts 7 ast
Gilgeous-Alexander 12 pts 4 Rebs 4 ast 3 stl

MEM:
Conley 22 pts 7 Rebs 4 ast
JaMychal Green 19 pts 11 rebs
Jaren Jackson JR 13 pts 6 Rebs
Kyle Anderson 7 pts 7 Rebs 6 ast

Pistons 92-115 Bucks

DET:
Griffin 31 pts 7 Rebs 4 ast
Reggie Jackson 15 pts 7 Rebs 5 ast
Drummond 10 pts 8 Rebs

MIL:
Bledsoe 27 pts 3 Rebs 4 ast 4 stl
Antetokounmpo 15 pts 8 Rebs 5 ast
Brogdon 14 pts 6 Rebs
Snell 11 pts 7 Rebs

Hornets 104-121 Timberwolves

CHA:
Batum 18 pts 7 Rebs 8 ast
Jeremy Lamb 18 pts 11 Rebs
Walker 15 pts 5 ast

MIN:
Towns 35 pts 12 Rebs 3 ast 6 blk
Wiggins 26 pts 6 Rebs 5 ast
Covington 17 pts 6 Rebs
Rose 16 pts 3 ast
Taj Gibson 11 pts 10 Rebs
Teague 3 pts 18 ast

Mavericks 106-132 Pelicans

DAL:
Harrison Barnes 16 pts
Matthews 15 pts 3 ast
JJ Barea 14 pts 4 ast
Powell 12 pts 10 Rebs

NOP:
Randle 27 pts 18 Rebs
Anthony Davis 27 pts 4 Rebs 9 ast 5 blk
Holiday 17 pts 8 ast 4 stl
E’Twaun Moore 17 pts 4 Rebs 6 ast
Diallo 10 pts 10 Rebs 3 stl

Spurs 113-121 Lakers

SAS:
DeRozan 32 pts 7 Rebs 3 ast
Gay 31 pts 7 Rebs
Aldridge 21 pts 9 Rebs

LAL:
James 42 pts 5 Rebs 6 ast
Kuzma 22 pts 9 Rebs 5 ast
Lonzo Ball 14 pts 4 Rebs 9 ast
Caldwell-Pope 12 pts 7 Rebs

Top Rookie Performances

Collin Sexton (CLE) 21 pts 3 ast
Trae Young (ATL) 14 pts 5 ast
Jaren Jackson JR (MEM) 13 pts 6 Rebs
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (LAC) 12 pts 4 Rebs 4 ast 3 stl
Jalen Brunson (DAL) 11 pts 7 ast W
Mo Bamba (ORL) 11 pts 6 Rebs
Miles Bridges (CHA) 10 pts
Luka Doncic (DAL) 8 pts 4 Rebs 6 ast
Kevin Huerter (ATL) 8 pts 3 Rebs 4 ast

Takeaways

Steph Curry is well and truly BACK!

Nuggets with YET another impressive road win

Absolutely special night for Paul George and an incredible comeback From OKC

Brooklyn just don’t know how to close games right now

Raptors stiffled Simmons and Embiid

Raptors seem to have an edge over Philly right now

Kawhi has played amazing against elite teams this season

Big time win and defensive performance by Memphis

Another great all around performance by Minnesota

Andrew wiggins finally had himself a great game

Impressive win by the Pels.

LeBron James was incredible in the 4th yet again

Lonzo Ball and Kuzma are GROWING UP

Interesting Stats and Facts

Steph Curry’s 42 pts was his career high against the Cavs (Finals included).

Curry is averaging 33 ppg since his return from injury. Picked up where he left from

Nuggets have now won 7 straight and are the 1st seed in the West at 17-7.

Thunder were down 20 pts in the 4th QTR in their win over brooklyn

Paul George outscored the Nets 25-19 in the 4th QTR

Paul george’s Go ahead bucket with less than 10 seconds left was his first of his career. He’s 1/15 on those situations now

Westbrook has had 15+ Rebs 15+ ast for the 6th time of his career which is 3rd most in NBA History

Westbrook officially broke the tie with Jason Kidd for the 3rd most all time triple doubles at 108

Raptors are 2-0 against the Sixers and have beaten them by double digits both times this season.

Kawhi Leonard is averaging 32.1 ppg 9.5 rpg against the celtics Sixers nuggets and warriors this season. Big game player

Sixers are only 4-8 on the road this season

86 pts was the season low for the clippers (prev low - 98). Stiffled

Memphis grizzlies have now held 5 teams under 90 pts this season.

Timberwolves were 4-9 After jimmy Butler was traded and now they’re above .500 At 13-12 (9-3 since Butlers trade).

18 ast was Jeff Teagues tied career high

Lakers are 13-4 in their last 17 games

LeBrons had his 7th career 20+ pts 4th quarter

Spurs have lost 9 of their last 11 road games

Spurs have given up 120+ pts in 5 of their last 7 games.
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LeBron James 4th quarter highlights last night. Absolutely incredible

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Really took steph just 3 games to have a 9 3pt made game and 40+ pts.. man missed a month and didn’t skip a beat fr
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Phoenix suns last 2 1st quarters

Kings 36-9 Suns
Blazers 34-9 Suns

That is pathetic haha
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LukasLAL824 wrote:

LeBron James 4th quarter highlights last night. Absolutely incredible

16th season... the man is unreal
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olbg wrote:

Phoenix suns last 2 1st quarters

Kings 36-9 Suns
Blazers 34-9 Suns

That is pathetic haha

Loool, no wonder Booker can’t win with that roster. Absolute garbage
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amoser wrote:

16th season... the man is unreal

Yep, doesn’t look like slowing down anytime soon either. Truly amazing how consistent he’s been throughout his career
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God the rockets were awful last night... I just don’t get it with them right now
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LukasLAL824 wrote:

God the rockets were awful last night... I just don’t get it with them right now

Was gonna say this, they literally beat down the spurs a few days ago by 30 and all of a sudden they revert to this again.. strange season by them
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olbg wrote:

Was gonna say this, they literally beat down the spurs a few days ago by 30 and all of a sudden they revert to this again.. strange season by them

Exactly the lack of inconsistency is worrying. I said that they’ll be fine once CP3 returns but it seems like they’re still very suspect. Eventually Houston will have to make a move if this continues Because rn they don’t even look like a playoff team
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NBA Summary - 6th December 2018

Knicks 100-128 Celtics

NYK:
Tim Hardaway JR 22 pts
Mudiay 17 pts 6 ast
Kanter 14 pts 11 Rebs
Vonleh 12 pts 10 Rebs 3 ast

BOS:
Irving 22 pts 4 Rebs 8 ast
Jaylen Brown 21 pts 3 Rebs
Horford 19 pts 12 Rebs 3 ast 4 blk
Tatum 17 pts 5 Rebs
Rosier 11 pts 7 Rebs 4 ast

Suns 86-108 Trail-Blazers

PHX:
Troy Daniels 15 pts 3 Rebs
Josh Jackson 14 pts 7 Rebs 3 ast 3 stl
Ayton 11 pts 8 Rebs 3 ast

POR:
Lillard 25 pts 5 Rebs 8 ast
Layman 24 pts 7 Rebs 10/13 FG
Nurkic 9 pts 14 Rebs

Rockets 91-118 Jazz

HOU:
Harden 15 pts 6 Rebs
Capela 12 pts 10 Rebs
Paul 12 pts 5 ast

UTA:
Favors 24 pts 10 Rebs
Ingles 18 pts 6 Rebs 3 ast
Exum 15 pts 5 ast
Rubio 13 pts 3 Rebs 6 ast
Crowder 12 pts 5 Rebs

Top Rookie Performances

DeAndre Ayton (PHX) 11 pts 8 Rebs 3 ast
Elie Okobo (PHX) 11 pts 5 Rebs
Kevin Knox (NYK) 11 pts 4 Rebs
Mitchell Robinson (NYK) 7 pts 8 Rebs

Takeaways

Boston have seemingly figured it out now

Suns are an abomination

Rockets don’t look like a good basketball right now and must figure it out or make a move

Utah have played some very good basketball recently and have trended in the right direction

Interesting Stats and Facts

Boston have won 4 straight games. They are averaging 124.5 pts and are beating teams on average by 21.7 pts in this stretch.

Suns have been held under 10 pts in the 1st quarter in back to back games. They’re the first team in shot clock era (1954-55) to be held under 10 pts in back to back first quarters.

Phoenix have been outscored 70-18 in their last 2 1st quarters

Suns have lost 7 straight games on average by 15.5 pts

Suns are 1-12 on the road

Jazz have won 4 of their last 5 games

Jazz have beaten the Spurs by 34 pts and Houston by 27 pts in their last 2 games.

Rockets have been held under 100 pts 8 times this season. That already is as many as they did throughout the whole of last season.

Rockets have lost 5 games by 19+ pts this season. Their largest loss last season was by 18.

Rockets have lost 5 of their last 6 road games.

Jazz are 2-0 against Houston this year and are beating them on average by 19 pts. Both wins were by double figures
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LukasLAL824 wrote:

Exactly the lack of inconsistency is worrying. I said that they’ll be fine once CP3 returns but it seems like they’re still very suspect. Eventually Houston will have to make a move if this continues Because rn they don’t even look like a playoff team

Yeah true. I do believe they’ll figure it out eventually, there’s too much talent with CP Harden Gordon Capela all there for them not to make the playoffs or even make a push in the playoffs
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Joel Embiid is OUT against Detroit tonight
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Jimmy Butler is balling! Back to back 38 pt games
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Quite a strange night, Brooklyn beat Toronto, Chicago beat OKC, Hornets Beat Denver.
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olbg wrote:

Quite a strange night, Brooklyn beat Toronto, Chicago beat OKC, Hornets Beat Denver.

Hornets not that surprising tbf, but yeah those Brooklyn and Chicago wins really surprised me
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So bloody frustrated with that Lakers performance smh, dominated for 3 quarters and then they go and let the spurs bench go off.. absolutely ridiculous they better bounce back tonight
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Pelicans 13-14 27 games in.. they should really be doing better man
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amoser wrote:

Hornets not that surprising tbf, but yeah those Brooklyn and Chicago wins really surprised me

Was a tad surprised about Hornets cos of recent form by Denver, but I see what you mean
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NBA Summary - 7th December 2018

Nuggets 107-113 Hornets

DEN:
Jamal Murray 20 pts 5 Rebs 7 ast
Jokic 16 pts 11 Rebs 6 ast
Malik Beasley 16 pts 7 Rebs
Millsap 16 pts 3 Rebs
Juancho Hernangomez 15 pts 10 Rebs

CHA:
Walker 21 pts 6 Rebs 8 ast
Parker 19 pts 4 Rebs 3 ast
Monk 16 pts
Marvin Williams 14 pts 10 Rebs
Kaminsky 11 pts 6 Rebs

Sixers 117-111 Pistons

PHI:
Jimmy Butler 38 pts 6 rebs 6 ast 3 stl
Ben Simmons 18 pts 14 Rebs 6 ast 3 blk
JJ Redick 18 pts 5 ast
Muscala 18 pts 3 Rebs 3 blk

DET:
Griffin 31 pts 12 Rebs 6 ast
Drummond 21 pts 10 Rebs
Reggie Jackson 13 pts 4 Rebs 5 ast
Galloway 12 pts 5 Rebs

Pacers 112-90 Magic

IND:
Bogdanovic 26 pts 3 Rebs
Joseph 15 pts 3 Rebs
Thaddeus Young 14 pts 7 Rebs 4 ast
O’Quinn 12 pts 10 Rebs

ORL:
Vucevic 22 pts 10 Rebs
Aaron Gordon 20 pts 14 Rebs 4 ast
Ross 11 pts

Raptors 105-106 Nets

TOR:
Leonard 32 pts 3 Rebs 4 ast 4 stl
Valanciunas 24 pts 8 Rebs
Siakam 16 pts 6 Rebs
Lowry 3 pts 3 Rebs 11 ast

BKN:
Russell 29 pts 5 Rebs 5 ast
Dinwiddie 17 pts 8 ast
Jarrett Allen 12 pts 10 Rebs
ED Davis 1 pt 15 Rebs

Kings 129-110 Cavaliers

SAC:
Fox 30 pts 12 ast 3 stl
Hield 25 pts 4 Rebs
Bagley 17 pts
Bogdanovic 15 pts 4 Rebs 4 ast
Bjelica 13 pts 4 Rebs

CLE:
Clarkson 26 pts 4 Rebs
Sexton 23 pts
Burks 22 pts 7 Rebs 9 ast
Nance JR 11 pts 7 Rebs

Thunder 112-114 Bulls

OKC:
Westbrook 24 pts 17 rebs 13 ast 4 stl
Adams 21 pts 10 Rebs
George 19 pts 5 Rebs 7 ast 4 stl
Schroder 19 pts 5 Rebs 3 ast

CHI:
LaVine 25 pts 4 Rebs 7 ast
Markkanen 24 pts 7 Rebs 3 stl
Justin Holiday 20 pts 6 Rebs 3 stl
Jabari Parker 16 pts 7 Rebs 4 ast

Grizzlies 107-103 Pelicans

MEM:
JaMychal Green 24 pts 8 rebs
Kyle Anderson 19 pts 11 Rebs 4 ast 3 stl 3 blk
Marc Gasol 15 pts 6 Rebs 4 ast
Noah 13 pts 5 Rebs 3 ast
Conley 9 pts 3 Rebs 10 ast

NOP:
Randle 26 pts 13 Rebs 3 ast
Anthony Davis 25 pts 11 Rebs 3 ast 4 blk
Holiday 20 pts 5 Rebs 11 ast
Solomon Hill 14 pts

Lakers 120-133 Spurs

LAL:
James 35 pts 8 Rebs 11 ast
Kuzma 27 pts 8 Rebs
Lonzo Ball 13 pts 4 Rebs 11 ast
McGee 12 pts 12 Rebs

SAS:
DeRozan 36 pts 8 Rebs 9 ast
Poeltl 14 pts 8 Rebs
Aldridge 14 pts 8 Rebs
Mills 14 pts 5 ast
Bertans 13 pts 3 Rebs

Heat 115-98 Suns

MIA:
Adebayo 22 pts 10 Rebs
Winslow 20 pts 8 Rebs 6 ast
McGruder 14 pts 5 Rebs
Olynyk 13 pts 4 Rebs 3 ast
Dragic 11 pts 10 ast 3 stl

PHX:
Troy Daniels 18 pts 4 Rebs
Ayton 16 pts 11 Rebs
Melton 12 pts 3 Rebs 4 ast
Ariza 10 pts 7 Rebs 6 ast

Warriors 105-95 Bucks

GSW:
Curry 20 pts 4 Rebs 8 ast
Klay Thompson 20 pts 5 Rebs 6 ast 4 stl
Iguodala 15 pts 8 Rebs
Jerebko 12 pts 5 Rebs
Durant 11 pts 8 Rebs 6 ast

MIL:
Antetokounmpo 22 pts 15 Rebs 5 ast
Brogdon 15 pts 7 Rebs 3 ast
Brook Lopez 14 pts 6 Rebs
Bledsoe 14 pts 4 ast 4 stl

Top Rookie Performances

Collin Sexton (CLE) 23 pts
Marvin Bagley (SAC) 17 pts
DeAndre Ayton (PHX) 16 pts 11 Rebs
De’Anthony Melton (PHX) 12 pts 3 Rebs 4 ast
Mikal Bridges (PHX) 12 pts 3 ast
Alfonzo McKinnie (GSW) 9 pts 3 Rebs
Aaron Holiday (IND) 7 pts 7 Rebs 3 ast
Bruce Brown (DET) 7 pts 5 Rebs 3 ast

Takeaways

Nuggets finally lose a game

Jimmy Butler is playing incredible basketball right now

Great win for Philly without Embiid

Pacers have been able to hold it down without Oladipo so far and have quietly played well

Nets and Bulls pull of shocking wins against Toronto and Oklahoma

Kings don’t look like slowing down and are genuenly looking like a top team in the West so far

Pelicans are just SO inconsistent

Joakim Noah seems to have found a home in Memphis.

Grizzlies continue to Impress

Spurs bench was incredible against the Lakers down the stretch

Miami have played some good basketball recently

DeRozan has straight up destroyed the Lakers this season

Warriors defense was unbelievable and it was suffocating the Bucks elite offense

Warriors are back on track now with Steph back in the squad

Interesting Stats and Facts

Hornets win over Denver has snapped Denvers 7 game win streak

Hornets have beaten Denver 3 straight times at home.

Sixers were down 15 pts in their win and that was their 4th game this season erasing a 15 pt deficit to win a game already. Comeback kings

Sixers are 6-1 against Detroit since the start of last season

Pistons have lost 3 straight games

Pacers are 5-4 without Oladipo. Holding it down.

Pacers have beaten Orlando 8 straight times. Dominance

Brooklyn’s Win over Toronto was their first win since 20th November. Snapping an 8 game losing streak

Brooklyn’s Win over Toronto has snapped their 13 game losing streak to Toronto

Kings have won 3 straight games and are 13-11. Keeping the pace.

Bulls Win over OKC has snapped their 7 game losing streak

Russell Westbrook is now averaging a triple double (22.8 ppg 10.6 rpg 10.2 apg) this season.

Pelicans are 3-7 in their last 10 games and are below .500 at 13-14. Disappointing

Spurs have won the season series with the Lakers 3-1.

DeMar DeRozan has averaged 32.5 ppg 8.8 rpg 8.5 apg against the Lakers this season scoring at least 30 pts in each of the 4 meetings

Spurs 15 pt comeback was their largest of the season and was the biggest blown lead by the Lakers this season

Spurs outscored this the lakers 44-21 in the 4th quarter which was the largest point differential in a quarter by the Spurs over the Lakers EVER.

Spurs bench scored 31 pts in the 4th quarter against the Lakers

Lakers are 2-5 on the road against teams above .500

Heat have won 3 of their last 4 games

Suns have lost 8 straight games and are now 4-22

Warriors have won 3 straight and are 3-1 since curry returned. They’re 13-3 with steph and 5-6 without him this season in total

Warriors are 7-7 on the road this season however they’re 7-2 on the road when Curry plays

Warriors held the Bucks to 95 pts and 39.1 FG% which we’re both Milwaukee’s season lows. Bucks averaged 121.1 ppg enterting the game. That was the Bucks first game this season under 100 pts. Suffocating defense

Warriors have won in Milwaukee in 5 of their last 6 visits there
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