Post Up: Raptors Defeat Dallas in Biggest Comeback Win in Franchise History

Raptors 110 (21-8), Mavericks 107 (19-10)

Toronto rallied back from 30, the biggest comeback in franchise history, behind Kyle Lowry’s game-high 32 points and 10 assists. Chris Boucher had 21 off the bench.

Celtics 119 (20-7), Hornets 93 (13-20)

Jayson Tatum posted a career-high 39 points, scoring 22 of those points in the fourth quarter. Tatum joins Paul Pierce and Antoine Walker as the third youngest Celtics player with a 30-point, 10-rebound game. Kemba Walker scored 23 points against his former team.

Thunder 118 (15-14), Clippers 112 (22-10)

Paul George returned back to OKC, but was unable to give his new team a W at Chesapeake Arena. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander tied his career-high 32 points in the victory. Dennis Schroder (28 points) came up huge down the stretch, knocking down a triple late in the game to put OKC up and a layup that pushed the lead to six.

Bucks 117 (27-4), Pacers 89 (20-10)

Four of Milwaukee’s starters finished in double figures with Wesley Matthews scoring a team-high 19 points. George Hill (17 points) and Robin Lopez (13 points) put up 30 bench points.

Nuggets 128 (20-8), Lakers 104 (24-6)

Denver defeated the Lakers to give them their third-straight loss. Paul Millsap scored 21 points in 21 minutes, Garris Harris finished with 19 and Nikola Jokic finished with 18.