Post Up: Luka Doncic Drops Career-High 42 Points in Win

by November 19, 2019

Cavaliers 105 (4-9), Knicks 123 (4-10)

New York led from start to finish as they secured the home win. Julius Randle put up a game-high 30 points for the Knicks.

Pacers 115 (8-6), Nets 86 (5-8)

Indiana received a scoring a boost from the Holiday brothers, with Aaron (24 points) and Justin (20 points) leading the team to victory. Brooklyn struggled without star Kyrie Irving; Spencer Dinwiddie (28 points) was the only Nets player with more than 10 points.

Hornets 96 (6-8), Raptors 132 (9-4)

Toronto took control in the second half, scoring 32 points in the third quarter and 40 in the final frame to close out Charlotte. OG Anunoby’s 24 points helped the Raptors secure their ninth win.

Bucks 115 (10-3), Bulls 101 (4-10)

Giannis Antetokounmpo put in a dominant performance of 33 points in 33 minutes. Brook Lopez added a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Blazers 108 (5-9), Rockets 132 (11-3)

The Beard and The Brodie showed why they are an elite pairing, helping Houston to its eighth straight win. James Harden finished with 36 points, while Russell Westbrook registered a triple-double of 28 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists.

Spurs 110 (5-9), Mavericks 117 (8-5)

Luka Doncic continued his special season with a career-high night. Doncic scored 42 points and hit the pivotal dagger to clinch Dallas’ win; he also added a triple-double to top off his performance.

Celtics 99 (11-2), Suns 85 (7-5)

Jayson Tatum paced Boston with 26 points, and Kemba Walker added on 19 points in the road win. Devin Booker led the Suns with 20 points.

Timberwolves 112 (8-6), Jazz 102 (8-5)

Minnesota scored 36 points in the fourth quarter to seal their road win in Utah. Karl-Anthony Towns (29 points, 13 rebounds) and Jeff Teague (21 points, 11 assists) gave the Wolves a boost. Bojan Bogdanovic finished with 18 points for the Jazz.

Thunder 88 (5-7), Clippers 90 (8-5)

Paul George hit the go-ahead bucket against his former team to give the Clippers the win. George put up 18 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. Chris Paul, also facing his former team, contributed 22 points for the Thunder.