Post Up: Still Perfect

by November 18, 2015

Wizards 115 (5-4), Bucks 86 (5-6)

Even without Beal, the Wizards shot the ball tremendously (53% from the field and 55% from deep). Wall led the way with another stellar performance, 19 points and 9 assists.

Nets 90 (2-9), Hawks 88 (8-5)

The Nets grabbed their first win at home, upsetting Atlanta. The big men made the difference tonight, as Lopez posted 24 points and 10 rebounds and Thad Young had 16 and 11 (including the game-winning free throws).

Pistons 104 (6-5), Cavaliers 99 (8-3)

Drummond and Jackson have proven to be a lethal duo. The big man had another monster double-double (25 points and 18 boards) and his point guard followed suit (23 points and 12 assists). The King had 30 points for the Cavs, which was enough to bring him past Jerry West on the all-time scoring list. Congrats Bron!

Timberwolves 103 (5-6), Heat 91 (6-4)

These young wolves are dangerous. Wiggins led the way with 24 points and Towns notched yet another double-double (14 points and 14 boards). For the Heat, Whiteside posted a ridiculous triple-double — 22 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 blocks!

Knicks 102 (6-6), Hornets 94 (5-6)

Porzingis! The rookie got his revenge on the Hornets (and the game clock) with a career night, dropping 29 points and grabbing 11 boards. Knicks fans were chanting his name throughout the fourth. Hey, remember when they booed him?

Nuggets 115 (6-5), Pelicans 98 (1-10)

Anthony Davis left this game in the first quarter with a left shoulder injury and did not return. Without him, the Pelicans just couldn’t hang with Denver. Gallinari balled, recording 32 points, 8 assists, and 8 rebounds.

Warriors 115 (12-0), Raptors 110 (7-5)

The Raptors put up a good fight, they really did. But like always, the Warriors ended up on top. Chef Curry did his thing again, scoring 37 points and dishing out 9 assists. 12-0!