October 25, 2017, 10:00 am

NBA games Tuesday, highlights, updates, scores: LeBron dazzles as Cavs point guard

Updates from every game around the NBA on Tuesday night

NBA games Tuesday, highlights, updates, scores: LeBron dazzles as Cavs point guard

We're a hebdomad into the 2017-18 NBA season, and we've not yet (antonym) seen any unbelievable performances (Giannis Antetokounmpo's breakout party), any truly unusual things (Stephen Curry throwing his aperture at a ref) and any annihilating injuries (Gordon Hayward, Jeremy Lin).

The act go ons Tuesday with six games, including LeBron James and the Cavs fetching on the rebuilding Chicago Bulls. Before you calcite up a win for Cleveland, retrieve that the Cavs mislaid to the Orlando Magic (without Elfrid Payton or Aaron Gordon) by 21 points in Cleveland on Saturday.

We'll go on to update this leaf with results and highlights from the night.

Tuesday, Oct. 24

  • Cleveland Cavaliers 119, Chicago Bulls 114 (box score)  
  • Orlando Magic 115, Nets 121 (box score)
  • Boston Celtics 110, New York Knicks 89 (box score)
  • Indiana Pacers 130, Minnesota Timberwolves 107 (box score)
  • Portland Trail Blazers 103, New Orleans Pelicans 93 (box score)
  • Los Angeles Clippers 102, Utah Jazz 84 (box score)

Griffin climbs the Stifle Tower

Blake Griffin may be acquiring older, but he can inactive crockery out posters with the champion of them. Jazz halfway Rudy Gobert recovered out the difficult way, as he tested to get out of the way but it was way too late. Blake even adorned on the rim for a 2nd to let the dunk plumbing fixture in.

.@blakegriffin32 throws it DOWN on @rudygobert27!

— NBA TV (@NBATV) October 25, 2017

Point LeBron? Point LeBron

Due to Derrick Rose's injury and Dwyane Wade being moved to the bench, LeBron James made the start at point guard for the Cavs on Tuesday night. James has long been the de facto point guard on the team, but he seemed to enjoy acquiring the official designation. LeBron finished with 34 points on 13 of 20 shooting and 13 assists compared to just two turnovers while leading the Cavs to victory.

Career night for Gordon

Aaron Gordon put up a career-high 36 points Tuesday ... through three quarters. He ended up with 41, and hit a clutch go-ahead 3-pointer in the final minute to help seal the Magic victory.

It wasn't his only highlight of the night, though. You know Gordon's always good for a couple of dunks.

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