Oklahoma City Thunder 121 – 103 Washington

Oklahoma City Thunder takes their record to 3/2 since the restart of the 2019/20, NBA season with a 121 – 103 win over Washington Wizards, in one of the games played late last night.

Dariuz Bazley scooped a game-high, 23 points, with 26 minutes played, converting 63% of free throws attempted. Danilo Gallinari followed with 23 points.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander joins three other OKC players to record double point figures. Jerome Robinson for Washington Wizards, added 19 points.

Toronto Raptors 108 – 99 Memphis Grizzlies:

Pascal Siakam this time scored a game-high 26 points, as raptors registered 76% of free throws attempt to return to winning ways, with a 108 – 99 win over Memphis Grizzlies, in Orlando.

Serge Ibaka added a double double, 12 points 12 rebounds, Fred VanVleet scored one of his lowest points, so far this, 14 points.

Ja Morant registered 17 points 10 assist While Dillion Brooks, scored a team-high 25 points.

Portland Trail Blazers 124 – 121 Philadelphia 76ers:

Damian Lillard scored 51 points to lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a comeback win 124-121 over the Philadelphia 76ers. With Lilliard missing just one free-throw.

Philadelphia 76ers suffered a early setback, as Joel Embiid, left the game, with an Ankle Injury, just two minutes on the court. Josh Richardson added 34 points, for the Sixers, followed by former GSW man ALex Burks who scored 20 points.

Carmelo Anthony registered 20 points.

Boston Celtics 122 – 119 Orlando Magic:

Boston Celtics only managed 30% of 40, 3-pointers attempt, but sealed a needed 122-119 win over Orlando Magic, in Orlando.

Gordon Hayward scored 31 points, while Jayson Tatum added 29 points, Jaylen Brown scored a double double, 19 points 12 rebounds, for the Celtics.

Nikola Vucevic scooped 26 points 11 rebound, for the Magic.

Sacramento Kings 112 – 129 Houston Rockets:

Austin Rivers The Son of LA Clippers coach, Doc Rivers scored a James Harden-esque point, 41, to help Rockets beat Sacramento Kings in one of the games played at the early hours of today.

James Harden added 32 points, ben McLemore drilled in 20 points.

De’Aron Fox scored 26 minutes, Buddy Heild pumped in 16 points, DeQuan Jeffries added 13 points.

LA Clippers 120 – 129 Brooklyn Nets:

Brooklyn Nets takes their record to 4/1, with yet another big win over LA Clippers 120-129, in Orlando.

Kawhi Leonard led the Clippers with 39 points, Lou Williams and Marcus Morris adding 18 and 15 points respectively.

Caris LeVert recorded 27 points 13 assist to help Clippers Secure win. Joe Harris and Tyler Johnson added a combined 45 points for the Nets.