Friday, December 13 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

Just four games on tap for Thursday night in the NBA, but they all brought plenty of storylines with it, as the 2019-20 NBA storylines continue to take shape.

  • Joel Embiid scored 38, grabbed 13 and recorded six assists as the Philadelphia 76ers hand the Celtics their first home loss.
  • Kevin Love scores 30 as the Cavaliers win in overtime in San Antonio.
  • Luka Doncic goes off for a 40-point triple-double in Mexico City in the win over the Detroit Pistons.
  • The Nuggets begin a 5-game homestand with a win over the Portland Trail Blazers.

Follow along with all the scores, news, highlights and stats right here, as we keep you up to date will all the latest news around the association.

Philadelphia 76ers 115, Boston Celtics 109


The Celtics suffered their first home loss of the season.

Tobias Harris recorded a near triple-double with 23 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists. Kemba Walker with 29 was the Celtics' top scorer.

Cleveland Cavaliers 117, San Antonio Spurs 109 [OT]


The Cavaliers snap their 8-game losing streak with an impressive overtime win in San Antonio.

Kevin Love first forced overtime with a clutch three then the Cavaliers outscored the Spurs 14-6 to record the road win.

Dallas Mavericks 122, Detroit Pistons 111


Luka Doncic makes history again, this time in Mexico City.

Denver Nuggets 114, Portland Trail Blazers 99


The Denever Nuggets snap a 3-game losing streak and begin their five-game homestand with a comfortable win vs. their division rivals in the Portland Trail Blazers.

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