The NBA season continued on Thursday with 12 games to look forward to.
Scroll below for final scores, stats, and highlights from each game.
Indiana Pacers 116, Charlotte Hornets 106
Domantas Sabonis records 22-11-10 triple-double while the Pacers are sparked to victory by Doug McDermott's explosion off the bench.
Go off @dougmcdermott 🥵- Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) January 28, 2021
28 PTS (Pacers career-high)
12-of-22 FG pic.twitter.com/qKspYqRzuw
Cleveland Cavaliers 122, Detroit Pistons 107
The Cavaliers outscored the Pistons by 17 (68-51) in the second half to improve back to a .500 record of 9-9.
Six Cleveland players finish in double figures led by Collin Sexton's 29 points. Andre Drummond finished with 23 points, 16 rebounds, and six steals.
Young Bull takes it strong to the rim!@CollinSexton02 with 24 points! 😤 pic.twitter.com/4tvphOSbqe- FOX Sports Cleveland (@FOXSportsCLE) January 28, 2021
Sacramento Kings 121, Orlando Magic 107
All five Kings starters come up huge in Orlando as they win consecutive games for the first time since opening week.
Cashed out with that W in Orlando 💰 pic.twitter.com/JbTsGXE3N1- Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) January 28, 2021
Brooklyn Nets 132, Atlanta Hawks 128 [OT]
They needed an extra session but the Nets came through, courtesy of big nights from their Big 3. KD drops 32 and Kyrie Irving finishes with 26 points and seven assists on 11-of-17 shooting.
Harden recorded the first 30-point, 15-assist game by a Nets player in 20 years.
31 PTS | 15 AST- Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) January 28, 2021
📼 @JHarden13 📼 pic.twitter.com/woWFBY76JH
For the Hawks, six guys scored in double figures led by Trae Young's 28 points and 14 assists.
Denver Nuggets 109, Miami Heat 82
Micharl Porter Jr.'s consistent performance since his return continues as the Nuggets win their fifth straight.
Six Denver players scored in double figures as they rolled past a shorthanded Heat, who were missing Goran Dragic, Jimmy Butler, and Tyler Herro.
Two-way performance from MPJ tonight.- Denver Nuggets (@nuggets) January 28, 2021
4 STL (career-high)#MileHighBasketball pic.twitter.com/1g1XilnYfK
Philadelphia 76ers 107, Los Angeles Lakers 106
On the back of a 13-0 run, the Lakers take a 106-105 but Tobias Harris comes up HUGE and knocks down the game-winner.
Philadelphia improves to 10-0 with their starting line-up. Meanwhile, the loss snaps the Lakers' 10-0 road win streak.
TOBIAS CALLED GAME.- Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 28, 2021
76ers hand the Lakers their first road loss of the season. pic.twitter.com/73cZKEnS2Z
Milwaukee Bucks 115, Toronto Raptors 108
Giannis Antetokounmpo finishes with 27 points, 14 rebounds, and eight assists as the Bucks begin their 3-game road trip with a win in Tampa.
Game highlights from tonight's WIN in under 90 seconds!!#FearTheDeer pic.twitter.com/2p81nAVYjX- Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) January 28, 2021
San Antonio Spurs 110, Boston Celtics 106
Six players scored in double figures led by 21 points and seven assists from DeMar DeRozan as the Spurs shot 56.1% from the field in the win.
🚨 signature play alert 🚨@DejounteMurray | #GoSpursGo pic.twitter.com/5DeX0nxKfS- San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) January 28, 2021
New Orleans Pelicans 124, Washington Wizards 106
Brandon Ingram and Zion Williamson combine for 64 as the Pelicans defeat the Wizards despite 47 from Bradley Beal.
B.I. TO ZION 🚀 pic.twitter.com/EFuSFU60Wt- New Orleans Pelicans (@PelicansNBA) January 28, 2021
Oklahoma City Thunder 102, Phoenix Suns 97
A clutch 3-pointer and a clutch steal seal the OKC Thunder's second consecutive win. Young gun Shai-Gilgeous Alexander contributed across the board with 21 points, eight assists, seven rebounds, two steals, and two blocks.
CLUTCH late 3 for @luthebeast (14p)#ThunderUp pic.twitter.com/HZDtBizeBi- OKC THUNDER (@okcthunder) January 28, 2021
Utah Jazz 116, Dallas Mavericks 104
The Jazz now hold the best record in the league at 14-4. They extend their win streak to 10 even though they were missing Donovan Mitchell.
Four players scored in double figures for Utah, led by Jordan Clarkson's 31 points but the stat-sheet stuffer was Rudy Gobert - 29 points, 20 rebounds, 3 steals, and 3 blocks.
📹| Longest win streak in the league ⤵️#podiumpostgame | @PodiumHQ pic.twitter.com/fH8XqO9yb7- utahjazz (@utahjazz) January 28, 2021
Golden State Warriors 123, Minnesota Timberwolves 111
James Wiseman finishes with a career-high 25 as the Warriors sweep their two games at home against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
25 PTS- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) January 28, 2021
James Wiseman balled out on #WarriorsGround pic.twitter.com/FTS0yeifSs
Top Fantasy Performers
Domantas Sabonis: 22 PTS, 11 REBS, 10 ASTS
Andre Drummond: 23 PTS, 16 REBS, 5 STLS, 2 ASTS, 2 BLKS
De'Aaron Fox: 16 PTS, 10 ASTS, 8 REBS
James Harden: 31 PTS, 15 ASTS, 8 REBS, 2 STLS
Trae Young: 28 PTS, 14 ASTS, 3 REBS
LeBron James: 34 PTS, 6 REBS, 6 ASTS
Ben Simmons: 17 PTS, 11 REBS, 10 ASTS
Giannis Antetokounmpo: 24 PTS, 18 REBS, 9 ASTS
Bradley Beal: 47 PTS, 6 ASTS, 4 REBS, 4 STLS
Brandon Ingram: 32 PTS, 8 ASTS, 6 REBS
Shai-Gilgeous Alexander: 21 PTS, 8 ASTS, 7 REBS, 2 STLS, 2 BLKS
Rudy Gobert: 29 PTS, 20 REBS, 3 STLS, 3 BLKS
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