Thursday, November 28 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights


The night before Thanksgiving gave us to a monster 14-game slate on Wednesday night, with countless storylines to keep an eye on. Here are the biggest at the end of all the games:

  • Kemba Walker drops season-high 39 to lead Celtics past a Kyrie-less Nets squad
  • Joel Embiid records 33-16 double-double to help 76ers beat the Kings and remain undefeated at home
  • James Harden scores 34 as Rockets beat Heat squad that suited up without Jimmy Butler.
  • Khris Middleton returns from injury and Giannis Antetokounmpo scores 30 as Bucks win their 9th straight
  • Anthony Davis makes his first appearance in New Orleans and goes off for 41 in the Lakers' 9th straight win
  • Carmelo Anthony's home debut in Portland finishes as his most efficient shooting night of his career.

We have all your scores, highlights and news in one place! Just hit the link below to jump to recap all the action!

Brooklyn Nets 110 vs Boston Celtics 121


Boston came from behind in the second half, to end up double-digit winners over the Brooklyn Nets.

Kemba Walker starred for the Celtics with 39 points, while Garrett Temple had 22 for Brooklyn.

Detroit Pistons 101 vs Charlotte Hornets 102


The Hornets failed to score a bucket over the game's last 2:09, but they held on to claim a nail biting win.

All five starters finished in double-digits for Charlotte, while Blake Griffin led the Pistons with 26.

Orlando Magic 116 vs Cleveland Cavaliers 104


Evan Fournier led the Magic to an important road win with 30 points on 4-for-9 shooting from three, while Collin Sexton had 20 points, seven rebounds and six assists for Cleveland.

Utah Jazz 102 vs Indiana Pacers 121


Domantas Sabonis, T.J Warren and Malcolm Brogdon combined for 68 points, as the Pacers picked up a win at home over the Utah Jazz. Bojan Bogdanovic poured in 30 points for the Jazz on 8-for-13 shooting.

Sacramento Kings 91 vs Philadelphia 76ers 97


Joel Embiid responded to criticism in emphatic fashion, dominating the Kings to the tune of 33 points and 16 rebounds.

New York Knicks 98 vs Toronto Raptors 126


The Raptors continued their winning ways against the Knicks in a game that was never really close.

Pascal Siakam continued his MVP level start to the season, finishing with 31 points and eight rebounds, while Fred VanVleet added 15.

Miami Heat 108 vs Houston Rockets 117


Houston opened up a 24-point lead at halftime, effectively ending the contest, before cruising to a 117-108 win.

Scoring 11 points in the first six minutes, Harden made his intentions clear, before finishing with 34 point, six rebounds and five assists.

Los Angeles Clippers 121 vs Memphis Grizzlies 119


A Montrezl Harrell tip-in with 2.3 seconds left has lifted the Clippers to a nail biting win over the Grizzlies.

This one was tight throughout, but it the leagues most dangerous bench duo that helped the Clippers claim the win, with Harrell and Lou Williams each dropping 24 poitns off the bench.

Atlanta Hawks 102 vs Milwaukee Bucks 111


The Bucks continued their winning ways as they handled the Hawks to move to 15-3 on the season.

Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with 30 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four blocks, while Khris Middleton returned from injury to score 16 off the bench.

Minnesota Timberwolves 113 vs San Antonio Spurs 101


Andrew Wiggins had 26 points and Karl-Anthony Towns had 23 points and 14 rebounds, as the Timberwolves controlled the fourth-quarter to beat the Spurs.

Washington Wizards 140 vs Phoenix Suns 132


A 16-point third for Bradley Beal has helped the Wizards win a shootout over the Suns.

Beal finished with 35 points, while Devin Booker had 27 points for Phoenix.

Los Angeles Lakers 114 vs New Orleans Pelicans 110


Anthony Davis intercepted a New Orleans inbond pass with 4.2 seconds left, denying his old team a shot to tie or take the lead, and the Lakers now move to 16-2 on the season.

Davis finished with a season-high 41 points and nine rebounds in his return to New Orleans, while LeBron James had 29 points and 11 assists.

Oklahoma City Thunder 119 vs Portland Trail Blazers 136


Carmelo Anthony had 19 points on 9-for-11 shooting in his home debut with the Trail Blazers, while Damian Lillard poured in 27.

Chicago Bulls 90 vs Golden State Warriors 104


Golden State outscored Chicago 26-17 in the fourth-quarter, running away to a comfortable double-digit win.

Eric Paschall led the Warriors with 25 points, while Zach LaVine continued his hot form with 36 for the Bulls

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