There were 7 games on the agenda for Monday nighttime
Welcome back to some different nighttime of NBA action. After a busy weekend, we involute correct on with 7 games on Monday nighttime, including a figure of absorbing matchups.
The nighttime started with two of the hottest teams in the conference active head-to-head, but location wasn't much play, as the Thunder rough the Pistons. There was plentifulness of play in the different aboriginal games though, as the Nuggets beat the Raptors for their 6th consecutive win in a game that went down to the wire, piece the Cavs got a last-second dunk from Alec Burks to take down the Nets.
Later, we saw the Rockets' win run come to an end in a loss to the Timberwolves. Plus, the Clippers barely hung on for a constricting triumph over Anthony Davis and the Pelicans.
Here's everything you need to know astir Monday nighttime's NBA action, on with Tuesday's agenda.
*All time period Eastern
Nikola Jokic had it all working against the Raptors. He went 8-of-13 from the field en route to a 23-point, 11-rebound, 15-assist triple-double highlighted by a figure of highlight-reel passes. Jokic's performance helped the Nuggets take down their conference-leader counterpart in the Raptors for their 6th consecutive win.
Steph Curry is officially back. After struggling on Saturday in his first game since aboriginal November, Curry turned it up on the Hawks. He poured in 30 points and went 6-of-10 from downtown. His big nighttime led the Warriors to an easy win over the lowly Hawks.
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Steph with a #SPLASH