Post Up: Zach LaVine Drops 31 Points to Lead Bulls Past Clippers

by December 15, 2019
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Spurs 121 (10-15), Suns 119 (11-14) (OT)

San Antonio played their fourth-straight overtime game and came away with, incredibly, their third win during that stretch.

Patty Mills dropped a game-high 26 points off the bench. Dejounte Murray added 18 points (8-12 FG) with 7 boards and 5 dimes.

Nets 102 (13-12), Raptors 110 (17-8)

Toronto took a 7-point lead after scoring 38 points in the first quarter and would lead the rest of the way.

Pascal Siakam dropped a game-high 30 points with 10 boards, 5 dimes, 3 blocks and 3 steals.

Wizards 111 (7-17), Grizzlies 128 (9-17)

Memphis outscored the Wizards by 15 points in the first half and would go up by as much as 24 points during the fourth quarter.

Brandon Clarke dropped 25 points (11-14 FG) off the bench, and submitted his name into the Dunk of the Year running. Dillon Brooks added a team-high 27 points.

Clippers 106 (20-8), Bulls 109 (10-18)

One night after putting up just 73 points against the Hornets, the Bulls scored 109 points against the Clippers.

Zach LaVine dropped a game-high 31 points and the go-ahead bucket. Lauri Markkanen added 13 points and 17 boards.

Cavs 108 (6-20), Bucks 125 (24-3)

Milwaukee built an 18-point lead by halftime and would cruise the rest of the way to their 18th (!!) straight victory.

Giannis Antetokounmpo needed just 24 minutes to score a game-high 29 points.

Heat 122 (19-7), Mavs 118 (17-6)

Dallas battled back from a 24-point deficit after losing Luka Doncic to an ankle injury, but would fall short in overtime.

Bam Adebayo dropped 18 points with 11 boards and 10 dimes. Jimmy Butler added a team-high 27 points.

Pistons 115 (11-15), Rockets 107 (17-9)

After losing Blake Griffin in the first half to a left knee injury, Derrick Rose would lead the Pistons to a big road victory.

Rose dropped 20 points and 12 dimes off the bench. Luke Kennard added a team-high 22 points.

Thunder 102 (11-14), Nuggets 110 (16-8)

Outside of the first couple minutes, Denver would lead for the entire game.

Nikola Jokic dropped a game-high 28 points with 14 boards and 12 dimes.