Miami Heats 103 – 107 Toronto Raptors:

Fred VanVleet registered a career-high 36 points, to help Toronto Raptors beat stubborn Miami heats 107-103, in Orlando.

The victory means Raptors have won all their game since the restart of the NBA 2019/20 season, 2/2. Cameroonian Pascal Siakam scored 22 points, while veteran Serge Ibaka added 15 points.

Miami Heats had six players who scored double figures, Goran Dragic lead with 25 points, Kelly olynyk added 17 points, While Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro and Bam Adebayo scooped 40 points combined for the heats.

Former Champion, Andre Iguodala scored 2 points for Miami Heats, as he returns to action.

Oklahoma City Thunder 113 – 121 Denver Nuggets:

Nikola Jokic this time was at his best, capping-off what was an entertaining encounter with sumptuous triple-double, 30 points 12 rebounds 10 assist, well accompanied by 2 steals.

Apart from Jokic’s magic, Michael Porter Jr, added a double double 37 points 12 rebounds, as Denver Nugget erase OKC in overtime 113-121.

Oklahoma City Thunder where without German international, Dennis Schroder, who had to go home atteding to child birth issues. But Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was available to scoop a team-high 24 points.

Chris Paul added 23 points, Italian Danilo Galinari pumped in 20 points for the Thunders. But fail to win recording their first loss of the restart.

Utah Jazz 108 – 116 LA Lakers:

Lakers bounced back from loss in their previous game, to beat the Jazz 116 – 108, in one of the games played at the early hours of today. For the Lakers Play-offs berth have been sealed, one of their main target is to win the NBA Championsip, this season, with intense competition coming from Milwaukee Bucks.

Anthony Davis registered 42 points 12 rebounds (double double), with impressive defensive stats too, Lebron James this time could not score a double-double or triple-double, but added 22 points for the Lakers.

Donovan Mitchel finished the game with a team-high 33 points, Mike Conley scored 24 points as Rudy Gobert registered a double-double.

Washington Wizards 100 – 111 Indiana Pacers:

Indiana Pacers bounced back to wrap up a vital 111- 110 win over Washington Wizards, as TJ Warren scored a game-high 34 points, continuing from his 53 points scooped in his previous game. This time the Pacers where without Victor Oladipo, but Malcolm Brogdon and Aaron Holiday brilliance helped pacers beat wizards.

Thomas Bryant of the Wizards scored 20 points 11 rebounds. Jerome Robinson added 17 points.

New Orleans Pelicans 109 – 99 Memphis Grizzlies:

Zion Williamson scored his first 20+ points since the restart of the NBA, to ensure the Pelicans beat Ja Morantless Memphis Grizzlies, 109-99.

Brandon Ingram finished the game as the player with most points for New Orleans Pelicans registering, 24 points. Jonas Valančiūnas added 13 points 13 rebounds.

Pelicans have lost their first two games to the restart prior to this one, while Memphis Grizzlies are winledd in three outings.

Philadelphia 76ers 132 – 130 San Antonio Spurs:

Jeol Embiid scored 27 points for the Sixers in their 132-130 win over San Antonio Spurs. Tobias Harris and Josh Richardson had a combined 44 points for the Sixers.

DeMar DeRozan added 30 points for the Spurs, Rudy Gay and Derrick White pumped in 24 and 20 points respectively.