Post Up: Dallas’ Sweet Revenge

Dirk Nowitzki drops 31 points to edge Clippers, and LaMarcus Aldridge leads Spurs past Portland.
by November 12, 2015

Knicks 93 (4-5), Hornets 95 (4-4)

Kristaps Porzingis came as close as you can get to a game-winner. He’s also the youngest player in franchise history to grab 15 boards. He’s real.

Lakers 99 (1-7), Magic 101 (4-5)

Nik Vucevic came back from a three-game absence to score 18 points off the bench, and make this buzzer-beating turnaround jumper over Roy Hibbert.

Raptors 119 (6-3), 76ers 103 (0-8)

The Sixers are now the only team without a win. Don’t act surprised.

Pacers 102 (5-4), Celtics 91 (3-4)

Boston got within 3 with 7:28 left, but Indy scored the next 8 points and never looked back. Paul George continues to look like Paul George: 26 points and 10 rebounds.

Pelicans 98 (1-7), Hawks 106 (8-2)

Anthony Davis sat this one out with a strained hip. New Orleans’ extra shorthanded effort faded in the second half.

Clippers 108 (5-3), Mavericks 118 (4-4)

Ironic that DJ had to sit out the majority of crunch time. He finished with just 9 points, and Dirk went off for 31 points and 5 treys. This tweet pretty much sums up the win for the Mavs:

Nets 106 (1-7), Rockets 98 (4-4)

Rockets with another bad loss. Dwight Howard put up a great fantasy stat line, but in reality, something is not right with the Rockets. Congrats to the Nets for their first W.

Warriors 100 (9-0), Grizzlies 84 (3-6)

Stephen Curry kept making ridiculous shots as the Warriors are easily the hottest team in the League. The Grizzlies on the other hand, are really struggling.

Bucks 102 (4-5), Nuggets 103 (4-4)

Denver nearly blew a 13-point fourth quarter lead with just over seven minutes to go. Kenneth Faried scored the game-winning bucket on the putback off a Gallinari miss.

Pistons 92 (5-3), Kings 101 (2-7)

Rajon had a triple-double, Rudy Gay dropped 25 on 10-14 shooting, DeMarcus Cousins had 23 in the first half en route to 33 on the game. A much-needed win for the Kings.

Spurs 113 (6-2), Blazers 101 (4-5)

LaMarcus Aldridge was met with a mix of cheers and boos (slightly more boos) in his return to Portland. He led San Antonio with 23 points, and Kawhi Leonard chipped in 20 along with this filthy jam.