NBA Summary: Lakers win with LeBron and Bucks come back to Cavaliers

With LeBron James back from injury, Los Angeles Lakers won in San Antonio on the first day of the NBA after the Thanksgiving Thursday holiday and in which he also stood out the comeback of the Milwaukee Bucks with a great Giannis Antetokounmpo.


After missing five games through injury, LeBron returned to the courts and the Los Angeles Lakers scored their first away win of the course by beating some poor San Antonio Spurs who have seven straight losses.

LeBron (21 points and 8 rebounds but 9 turnovers) and Anthony Davis (25 points and 15 rebounds) led the Californians, who have won four in their last five games, while Tre Jones (19 points) stood out in San Antonio.


In sharp duel between two great contenders in the East, the Milwaukee Bucks came back from a game that lost 16 points in the second quarter to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers with a new recital by Giannis Antetokounmpo (38 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists).

Donovan Mitchell (29 points) set the pace for some Cavaliers who suffered 50.6% in field goals from Milwaukee.


With four wins in their last five duels, the Golden State Warriors appear to have straightened the course after a clumsy start to the season and this Friday they brought down a downward Jazz, who accumulates three defeats in a row after a fantastic start seasonal.

Stephen Curry (33 points) led the way for Golden State and Jordan Clarkson (21 points and 10 assists) did the same in Utah.


With 30 points and 8 rebounds from Jayson Tatum and 25 points from Jaylen Brown, the Boston Celtics, the fittest team in the NBA, beat the Sacramento Kings.

De’Aaron Fox (20 points) stood out on the visitors while Dominican Al Horford had 13 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists in Boston.

SUNS 108 – PISTONS 102

The Phoenix Suns had to work more than expected, first in the West, to beat the Detroit Pistons at home that are installed in the last square of the East.

Deandre Ayton (28 points and 12 rebounds) and Bojan Bogdanovic (19 points) were the most outstanding for the Suns and Pistons, respectively.


With an overwhelming dominance (they managed to win by 36 points), the Memphis Grizzlies got rid of the New Orleans Pelicans without CJ McCollum and that they also lost Brandon Ingram due to a foot injury and during the game.

Ja Morant (23 points and 11 assists) led the Grizzlies.

Trey Murphy (21 points) led the Pelicans in which the Spanish Willy Hernangómez contributed 6 points, 5 rebounds and a steal in 12 minutes and the Puerto Rican José Alvarado had 7 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal in 22 minutes.


Without the injured Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, The Los Angeles Clippers kneeled against the Denver Nuggets with a very solid trio: Nikola Jokic (19 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists), Jamal Murray (21 points, 6 rebounds and 9 assists) and Aaron Gordon (29 points and 7 rebounds).

John Wall (23 points) had his best game since joining the Clippers.


Paolo Banchero, number one in the last draft, returned with the Orlando Magic after seven games away due to injury but could not prevent his team’s defeat against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Still without injured Joel Embiid, James Harden and Tyrese Maxey, the Sixers counted as a reference with Shake Milton (24 points, 9 rebounds and 10 assists) while Banchero contributed 19 points in Orlando.

PACERS 128 – NETS 117

With an uncontested 40-23 in the fourth quarter, the Indiana Pacers extended their great moment (six wins in seven games) by defeating the Brooklyn Nets by Kevin Durant (36 points, including 20 of his team’s 23 goals in the fourth quarter, as well as 9 rebounds and 8 assists).

Buddy Hield (26 points) was the top scorer for some Pacers with four players over 20 points and who took advantage of the 19 turnovers by the Nets (10 by Indiana).


After four consecutive defeats that had marred their good start to the season, the Portland Trail Blazers stormed Madison Square Garden and beat the New York Knicks in the extension

Jerami Grant (44 points) and Anfernee Simons (38 points) led these Blazers without the injured Damian Lillard while Jalen Brunson led the New Yorkers (32 points).


The Minnesota Timberwolves snapped their five-game winning streak against some Charlotte Hornets that are one of the teams with the worst records in the league.

Kelly Oubre Jr. (28 points and 6 rebounds) led this surprising victory for Charlotte and Rudy Gobert (17 points and 17 rebounds) was the best for Minnesota.

Dominican-American Karl-Anthony Towns had 19 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists for the Wolves.


He also went into extra time Oklahoma City Thunder to beat the Chicago Bulls at the hands of a Shai Gilgeous-Alexander who was key in the free throws at the end and that he was close to the triple-double (30 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists).

DeMar DeRozan (30 points and 6 assists) was the best of some Bulls that have not yet started this year.


Despite tremendous performances from Trae Young (44 points) and Dejounte Murray (39 points), the Atlanta Hawks fell unexpectedly to the worst team in the West, the Houston Rockets.

A great run of 18-34 in the last period boosted the Rockets led by Jalen Green (30 points) and in which the Spanish Usman Garuba stood out with 9 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, a steal and 2 blocks in 19 minutes. .

HEAT 110 – WIZARDS 107

Thanks to the 38 points and 12 rebounds of a fantastic Bam Adebayo, Miami Heat added their second consecutive victory in three days against some Washington Wizards who have not had a happy time in Florida.

Bradley Beal and Kyle Kuzma added 28 points apiece as the Wizards failed to defeat a crippled Heat without Jimmy Butler in either game.

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NBA Summary: Lakers win with LeBron and Bucks come back to Cavaliers