Phoenix Suns 114 – 99 Indiana Pacers:
Deandre Ayton and Devin Booker sublime all-round display, got the better of Indiana Pacers, who could not hit triple points figures in their 114-99 loss to Phoenix Suns.

Ayton scored a solid 23 points 10 rebounds 2 steals 4 blocks, Devin Booker registered 20 points 10 assist.

Malcolm Brogdon added 25 points, TJ Warren could not boost of impressive figures this time, bucketing just 16 points 11 rebounds.

Milwaukee Bucks 130 – 116 Miami Heats
Championship contender Milwaukee Bucks got back to winning ways, as they beat Miami Heats 130 – 116, in Orlando.

The Greek Freak Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 33 points 12 rebounds, fellow teammate Khris Middleton who had same points score, 33 added more assist for the Bucks.
Duncan Robinson from Miami Heats, finished the game with team-high, 21 points, why Tyler Herro added 20 points.
Sacramento Kings 140 – 125 New Orleans Pelicans:
Sacramento Kings put behind previous defeats, to beat New Orleans Pelicans 140-125, in one of the games played at the early hours of today.
De’Aron Fox who is averaging 21 points per game, scored a double double (30 points 10 assist), but Bogdan Bogdanovic, registered a game-high 35 points, for Sacramento Kings.
Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram both scored 24 points a piece, as JJ Redick added 18 points.

LA Clippers 126 – 111 Dallas Mavericks:
Kawhi Leonard this time was the star of the show, as LA Clippers beat Dallas Mavericks 126-111, in Orlando.

Kawhi Leonard scored 29 points, Paul George added 24 points Ivica Zubac registered a double double (21 points 15 rebounds.)

Kristap Porzingis had the highest point in the game, 30, better than the Slovenian Luka Doncic, who could only manage 29 points.

Denver Nuggets 115 – 125 Portland Trail Blazers:

Damian Lilliard outrageous 45 points, spurred Portland Trail Blazers to go level with Memphis Grizzlies in games won, as they continue to snick into the play-off zone, after beating Denver Nuggets 125-115.
Gary Trent jr scored 27 points, Jusuf Nurkic added 22points.

Michael Porter jr can’t just stop impressing, finishing the match-up with 27 points 12 rebounds. Jeremy Grant drilled in 18 points.

Houston Rockets 113 – 97 LA Lakers
Lebron James sits out, as James Harden scored 39 points and 12 rebounds, to help Houston Rockets brush aside LA Lakers, 113-97, placing the 2nd consecutive loss on Lakers.

Harden despite netting big figures, also had 10 turnovers in the game, which Lakers couldn’t capitalize on.

The Rockets where without Russell Westbrook, in this one, but Ben McLemore added 20 points for the teams. Kyle Kuzma at his best and Lebron James absence, as he scooped 21 points, recording a team-high.

Anthony Davis pumped in a double double for Lakers, who were far from impressive, 17 points 12 rebounds.