LA Lakers 124 – 121 Denver Nuggets:
Lebron James led LA Lakers to winning their first game in the last three played, as they beat Denver Nuggets 124 – 121, in one of the games played at the early hours of today.
Anthony Davis scored 27 points, as Lebron James registered a double double, 29 points 12 assist, to help Lakers bounce back from three consecutive losses.
Kyle Kuzma bucketed 25 points.
P.J. Dozier managed 18 points, as Michael Porter jr added 15 points.
Phoenix Suns 128 – 101 Oklahoma City Thunder:
Usual suspect Devin Booker help Phoenix Suns maintain unbeaten start to the bubble, with yet another 128 – 101 win over 2012 finalist Oklahoma City Thunder, in Orlando.
Devin Booker whose performance since the start of the season, has been sublime, finished the match-up, with 35 points, recorded. Cameroon Johnson and Mikal Bridges added 18-points apiece, for the Suns, who will look to continue on their impressive stats.
Darius Brazley who was the star-man, in OKC last win against Memphis Grizzlies, also recorded a double double, 22 points 10 assist for the Thunders. Abdel Nader registered 15 points, Chris Paul scored 154 points.
Utah Jazz 114 – 124 Dallas Mavericks:
No Luka Doncic, no problem for Dallas Mavericks, as they beat Utah Jazz, 114-124 in one of the games played at the early hours of today.
Tim Hardaway jr scooped 27 points for the mavericks, while fellow teammates, Seth Curry added 22 points, Boban Marjanović recorded 20 points.
Jordan Clarkson scored 18 points for the Jazz, Rayjon Tucker registered 17 points, in 28 mins played.
Milwaukee Bucks 106 – 114 Toronto Raptors:
Toronto Raptors where without in-form Fred VanVleet, but still find a way to beat fellow rivals, Milwaukee Bucks, 106-114 in one of the games played at the early hours of today.
Chris Boucher scored a double double for the Raptors, 25 points 11 rebounds, Matt Thomas drilled in 22 points, Norman Powell added 18 points.
Giannis Antetokounmpo was left out of the game after suffering from an Ankle Injury Diagnosed as Sprain, but Kyle Korver stepped in and scooped a team-high 19 points, Khris Middleton followed with 17 points.
Miami Heats 114 – 92 Indiana Pacers:
Jimmy Butler’s double double, ensures Indiana Pacers will lose their 2nd game, since the restart, as they fell to Miami Heats, 114-92, in Orlando.
Jimmy added 19 points, 11 rebounds, Derrick Jones jr scooped 18 points, while Tyler Herro pumped in 17 points. Bam Adebayo could only net 10 points, but was close to getting a double double, with nine assist.
Victor Oladipo scored a team-high 14 points, Malcolm Brogdon and T.J Warren added a combined, 24 points, for the pacers.