Post Up: Caris LeVert Notches First Career Triple-Double in Nets’ Win

Hawks 112 (19-45), Wizards 118 (22-39)

Bradley Beal went off for 35 points on 7-of-10 shooting from deep to help the Wizards earn the home win. Cam Reddish scored 28 points for the Hawks.

Spurs 120 (26-35), Nets 139 (28-34)

Caris LeVert notched his first career triple-double (27 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) in the Nets’ victory over the Spurs. DeMar DeRozan led San Antonio with 24 points.

Thunder 126 (39-24), Knicks 103 (19-44)

The duo of Danilo Gallinari (22 points) and Chris Paul (21 points, 12 assists) took charge against the Knicks, guiding their team to a win. Six Thunder players hit double-digit scoring against New York.

Jazz 99 (40-22), Celtics 94 (42-20)

The two hopeful playoff contenders fought valiantly in this tight contest, but it was the visitors that came out on top. Mike Conley contributed a team-high 25 points to the Jazz’s winning effort.

Pacers 108 (38-25), Bulls 102 (21-42)

Indiana received a boost from their All-Star big man, Domantas Sabonis, to overcome the Bulls. Sabonis posted a double-double of 24 points and 12 rebounds. Bulls rookie Coby White continued a string of strong performances with 26 points against the Pacers.

Magic 132 (28-35), Timberwolves 118 (19-43)

Nikola Vucevic (28 points, 12 rebounds) and Markelle Fultz (24 points) led a two-headed attack to fend off the Wolves. Malik Beasley impressed with 29 points.

Heat 104 (40-23), Pelicans 110 (27-36)

Miami made a late run to pull within one bucket, but New Orleans locked down in the final minutes to send the Heat packing. Jrue Holiday led a balanced attack for the Pelicans with 20 points and 6 assists.

Grizzlies 96 (31-32), Mavericks 121 (39-25)

Kristaps and Luka continue wreak havoc on opposing defenses. Porzingis put up a team-high 26 points and 11 rebounds, while Doncic added 21 points and 6 assists in the Mavs’ home win.

Blazers 117 (28-35), Suns 127 (24-38)

Aron Baynes notched a career-high 37 points as the Suns overwhelmed Portland. CJ McCollum’s 25 points weren’t enough for the Blazers.

Bucks 103 (53-10), Lakers 113 (48-13)

This matchup of heavyweights didn’t disappoint. The duo of LeBron James (37 points) and Anthony Davis (30 points) proved too much to beat for the Bucks. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 32 points for Milwaukee.