Saturday, November 16 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

With a busy eight-game slate in the NBA tonight, there was no shortage of big performances.

James Harden and Bradley Beal both scored 44 points in their team's wins, while Kemba Walker and the Boston Celtics extended their win streak to 10 games.

Catch up on the night's scores, highlights and top performers below:

Charlotte Hornets def Detroit Pistons, 109-106


After falling victirm to a game-winner a few days back against the Memphis Grizzlies, this time the Hornets walk off victorious after Malik Monk drains the buzzer-beating game-winner 3:

Orlando Magic def San Antonio Spurs, 111-109


Seven players score in double figures for the Magic led by Evan Fournier's 26 points (9-15 FG's) to hand the Spurs their third straight loss.

Houston Rockets def Indiana Pacers, 111-102


For the sixth time this season, James Harden scores 40 helps as he carries the Rockets to their sixth straight win.

Memphis Grizzlies def Utah Jazz, 107-106


In his return to Memphis, Mike Conley Jr. had a rough shooting game as he finishes with 15 on 5-of-19 shooting. However, the young Grizzlies play spoiler led by Ja Morant's 25 points and eight assists.

Washington Wizards def Minnesota Timberwolves, 137-116


A monster 44-point, 10-assist double-double by Bradley Beal while Moritz Wagner drops a career-high 30 as the Wizards snap a three-game losing streak with a big road win.

Oklahoma City Thunder def Philadelphia 76ers, 127-119 [OT]


Danilo Galinari had a team-high 28 points on 7-of-11 shooting, Chris Paul and Shai-Gilgeous Alexander combined for 51 as the Thunder hand their 76ers their fifth straight road loss.

Boston Celtics def Golden State Warriors, 105-100


The Celtics close the game on a 13-3 run to extend their win streak to 10 games.

Kemba Walker scored 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, while Jayson Tatum recorded 24 points and eight rebounds and Jaylen Brown with 22 points and eight rebounds of his own.

Los Angeles Lakers def Sacramento Kings, 99-97


LeBron James knocked down two clutch free throws to give the Lakers the late lead, before Anthony Davis came up with the game-saving block on the next possession to seal the win.

James led the way with 29 points and 11 rebounds, while Davis added 17 and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 16.

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