Golden State Warriors got over the line against LA Clippers despite their superstars not shining and Brooklyn Nets claimed their sixth win of the season.
The Warriors eased past the Clippers 115-98, a comfortable win considering Stephen Curry could not net anything in three-point range and Kevin Durant was off his game.
Klay Thompson and Draymond Green added 24 and 22 points respectively for the Warriors 19th win.
22 points, 5 boards, 4 dimes & 2 steals for this guy ?? pic.twitter.com/ivFkonPuPX
— GoldenStateWarriors (@warriors) December 8, 2016
Meanwhile, the Nets celebrated just their sixth win of the season when they held off a fourth quarter charge from Denver Nuggets to win 116-111.
In a low scoring affair, Charlotte Hornets were too good for Detroit Pistons, with Kemba Walker’s 14-point fourth quarter helping them to victory.
Boston Celtics looked good in their 117-87 drumming of Orlando Magic, with Avery Bradley netting 23 points.
Atlanta Hawks ended a seven-game losing streak when they defeated Miami Heat 103-95 away from home.
Giannis Antetokounmpo – nicknamed the Greek Freak – lived up to his name with a triple-double to help Milwaukee Bucks edge Portland Trail Blazers 115-107.
Los Angeles Lakers carded their fourth consecutive loss when Houston Rockets' James Harden scored 25 points in a 134-95 loss.
LeBron James netted 25 points in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 126-94 victory over New York Knicks at home.
Sacramento Kings won every quarter to beat Dallas Mavericks 120-89. The Mavericks have just four wins this season.
Finally, Indiana Pacers defeated Phoenix Suns 109-94, handing them the Phoenix outfit their third straight loss.