Tuesday November 12 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

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With six games of NBA action, there was no shortage of big performances.

Andrew Wiggins, James Harden and Rudy Gobert stuffed the stat sheet to lead their teams to victory, while the Boston Celtics extend their winning streak to eight games!

If you missed any of the action, we have you covered with all the scores, stats and highlights from each game.

Minnesota Timberwolves def. Detroit Pistons, 120-114


Andrew Wiggins scored 14 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Wolves on the road, while Karl-Anthony Towns added 25 points, eight rebounds and six assists.

Boston Celtics def. Dallas Mavericks, 116-106


The Celtics make it eight wins in a row, behind 29 points from Kemba Walker. Jaylen Brown added 25 points and 11 rebounds in the win.

Luka Doncic continued his impressive form with a game-high 34 points and nine assists.

Memphis Grizzlies def. San Antonio Spurs, 113-109


Jaren Jackson Jr. led the way with a game-high 24 points, six rebounds and five assists, putting in his best performance of the season.

Houston Rockets def. New Orleans Pelicans, 122-116


Russell Westbrook and James Harden combine for 65 points to power the Rockets home.

After a slow start, Harden exploded in the fourth quarter, scoring 19 of his 39 points in the period!

Utah Jazz def. Golden State Warriors, 122-108


Seven players score in double figures as the Jazz make it three wins in a row.

Rudy Gobert recorded 25 points, 14 rebounds and two blocks, while Donovan Mitchell added 23 points, including this highlight-reel jam!

D'Angelo Russell led the Warriors with 33 points and eight assists.

Toronto Raptors def. LA Clippers, 98-88


Kawhi Leonard takes the W against his former team, falling just shy of a triple-double with 12 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists. He added three steals on the night, but finished with nine of the Clippers' 19 turnovers.

The Clippers turned the screws in the fourth quarter, holding the Raptors to just 10 points on 4-of-24 shooting from the field.

Lou Williams led the way with 21 points off the bench.

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