Keith Firmin brings you The Wrap-Up on all of last night’s NBA games including two rookies making history.
Orlando @ Philadelphia
A three at the end of regulation and three free throws at the end of the first overtime period helped the Magic push their game against the Sixers to a second OT but they couldn’t repeat the act a third time, eventually losing to Philadelphia, 126-125. Michael Carter-Williams’ triple-double of 27 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists led the Sixers, who got a solid 25 point 10 rebounds out of Thaddeus Young. Arron Afflalo played just over 52 minutes, shooting over 50% for 43 points. Rookie, Victor Oladipo, also had a triple-double with 26 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. It was the first time in NBA history that two rookies recorded triple-doubles in the same game.
Milwaukee @ Boston
The Celtics made amends for their 92-85 loss to the Bucks from the night before, beating them 108-100. The Celtics led by only three points heading into the final minute but got three straight stops to take the win. Jordan Crawford top scored with 25 points and Bass posted a near-double-double with 16 points and nine rebounds.
Wallace crushes one:
Bradley’s impossible shot:
Denver @ Brooklyn
The Nuggets ran over the Nets, 111-87, with six players scoring in double digits. The scoring was led by Timofey Mozgov who notched a monster 17-point, 20-rebound performance. Joe Johnson had 22 points for the Nets.
Detroit @ Miami
The Pistons pinned a 107-97 win on the Heat, breaking the Heat’s 10-game win streak. Seven of nine Pistons scored in double-figures with Kyle Singler leading from the bench with 18. LeBron James and Michael Beasley each had 23 points in the loss.
Phoenix @ Memphis
The Grizzlies shot an impressive 54.8% from the field as they stomped the visiting Suns, 110-91. Mike Conley, Ed Davis and Kosta Koufos each recorded double-doubles. Jon Leuer’s 23 points was a career-high. Marcus Morris outshone his brother, scoring 18 points, including going three-of-five from deep.
Charlotte @ Dallas
The Mavericks outscored the Bobcats 29-15 in the final period to take the win, 89-82. Nowitzki scored 14 of his game-high 25 points in the final period as the Mavs won their 11th game of the season. Al Jefferson had a 19-point, 12-rebound, three-block performance in defeat.
Little Jose with the big block:
OKC @ Sacramento
The Kings had two quarters of 30 points or more but it wasn’t enough to overcome a Thunder side in the midst of an eight-game win streak, as they fell to Oklahoma, 97-95. Kevin Durant had 27 points and 11 boards while Jeremy Lamb and Reggie Jackson combined for 27 points of their own. Isaiah Thomas had 24 points to lead the Kings, who were without DeMarcus Cousins in the loss.
Toronto @ Golden State
The Warriors exploded in the fourth, scoring 42 points and beating the Raptors, 112-103. Steph Curry had 27 points and 10 rebounds. Amir Johnson notched a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Raptors.