With seven games on deck this Thursday, we've got plenty of NBA action to cover.
From stat sheet-stuffing performances, highlight reel plays to game-winners, there was no shortage of excitement.
Detroit Pistons 119, Brooklyn Nets 120 | Indiana Pacers 107, New York Knicks 101
Denver Nuggets 108, Chicago Bulls 107 | Utah Jazz 125, Minnesota Timberwolves 128
New Orleans Pelicans 121, Golden State Warriors 131 | Dallas Mavericks 113, Los Angeles Lakers 114
San Antonio Spurs 120, Phoenix Suns 90
A career-night from Rose
Without Jimmy Butler or Jeff Teague in the lineup, the Wolves needed someone to stand tall alongside Karl Anthony-Towns and Andrew Wiggins.
Derrick Rose delivered in stunning fashion, dropping 50 points for the first time in his career!
🌹 A CAREER-HIGH 50-POINT GAME FOR DERRICK ROSE 🌹#AllEyesNorth pic.twitter.com/RXCQgTpgxo- NBA TV (@NBATV) November 1, 2018
Rose had it going from all over the floor as he finished shooting 19-31 from the floor, which included going 4-7 from deep to go along with 8-11 from the free throw line.
His career night was topped off by knocking down two key free throws in the dying seconds before a clutch block on Dante Exum's last second 3-point attempt.
At 30 years and 27 days old, Rose is the oldest former MVP in NBA history at the time of his first career 50-point game.
The previous record holder was Oscar Robertson, who did it at 26 way back in 1964.
The outpouring display led to a flood of reaction from current and past players on social media.
Dinwiddie returns to haunt the Pistons
After spending his first two seasons in the NBA in Detroit, Spencer Dinwiddie has made a name for himself in Brooklyn and he showed up his old squad.
Dinwiddie knocked down the game's two biggest shots and helped secure the Nets' third win of the season.
His first clutch bucket came in regulation, when he received the inbound pass and knocked down the open triple. But it was his second go-ahead three in overtime - a sidestep dribble freed up enough room for him to shoot over the outstretched hand of Andre Drummond - that delivered the win.
Dinwiddie hadn't troubled the scorers at halftime, but he erupted in the second half with 25 points.
Spencer Dinwiddie to force OT- Spencer Dinwobbie (@WorldWideWob) November 1, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie for the win
Perfection from Sabonis
Each team is hoping their bench can provide a spark and pile on when the starters sit down. The Pacers got that and more from Domantas Sabonis on Thursday.
The power forward produced a masterclass display as he shot a perfect 12-12 from the field and torched the Knicks' defence.
Despite only playing 21 minutes, Sabonis ended the game with 30 points and 9 rebounds. His game ended after picking up his sixth foul.
🚨 12 for 12 shooting for Sabonis! 🚨#Pacers are in Q4 on @ESPNNBA pic.twitter.com/xF5jdA0mk9- NBA (@NBA) November 1, 2018
Derrick Rose - 50 points (19-of-31 FG), four rebounds, six assists
Tim Hardaway Jr. - 37 points (10-of-19 FG, 7-of-11 3PT)
Stephen Curry - 37 points (12-of-20 FG, 7-of-11 3PT), nine assists
Domantas Sabonis - 30 points (12-of-12 FG), 9 rebounds in 21 minutes
LeBron James - 29 points (11-of-19 FG), five rebounds, six assists
Spencer Dinwiddie - 25 points (8-of-15 FG), four rebounds, four assists
Wendell Carter Jr. - 25 points (9-of-21 FG), eight rebounds, five assists
Andre Drummond - 24 points (8-of-14 FG), 23 rebounds - third 20/20 game of the season
Nikola Jokic - 22 points (9-of-20 FG), 12 rebounds, nine assists
Gary Harris throwing down the nasty jam
Gary got 🆙! #MileHighBasketball pic.twitter.com/t6bx8haXEF- NBA TV (@NBATV) November 1, 2018
Derrick Rose getting fancy on the Jazz
D-Rose in his bag!- Sports Illustrated (@SInow) November 1, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie knocks down the clutch go-ahead bucket in OT
Dinwiddie = clutch pic.twitter.com/ae1IwMpB3q- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) November 1, 2018
Paul Millsap gets the putback to get earn the W
Paul Millsap FOR THE WIN pic.twitter.com/0F3iIjaYPv- Wobrrick Rose (@WorldWideWob) November 1, 2018
LeBron James showing off the fancy dribbles and step-back
LBJ goes to work and steps back on the jumper!#LakeShow 94 | #MFFL 81 after 3 on NBALP pic.twitter.com/aiD8ix5fGE- NBA (@NBA) November 1, 2018
Splash No. 7 for the NBA's rain man
💦💦💦💦💦💦💦- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) November 1, 2018
📺 @NBCSAuthentic pic.twitter.com/6uQIuj9xT7