24 teams were in action during Friday's exciting 12-game slate of NBA action, and another seven games are on tap for Saturday night. Here's a recap of everything you might have missed last night and a look at what to expect tonight:
Cleveland outscored Charlotte 23-14 in the fourth quarter and used a double-double from LeBron James (25 points, 13 rebounds) to oust the Hornets.
Orlando shot over 52 percent from the field and rode a big night from point guard Elfrid Payton (22 points, 10 assists) to a blowout win over the struggling Bucks.
Boston rebounded from a near loss to the Sixers last time out to blowout the floundering Wizards.
Miami outscored the Knicks 47-29 in the second half to keep pace with the Cavs at the top of the Eastern Conference.
Indiana stayed in second place in the East thanks to 33 points and eight rebounds from All-Star forward Paul George.
Houston narrowly avoided giving the Sixers their first win of the season thanks to a career-high 50 points from James Harden.
Atlanta outscored Memphis 63-43 in the second half to hand the Grizzlies their eighth loss of the season.
Kevin Durant's 34 points led the Thunder, who limited the Pistons to just 32 points in the second half to pull away for the victory.
Kawhi Leonard continued his breakout season, dropping 25 points while leading the Spurs to their fourth-straight victory.
Golden State extended their historic NBA start to 17-0 thanks to 41 points from Stephen Curry and Draymond Green's second triple-double of the season.
Minnesota moved back to .500 on the season with their sixth road win of the season thanks to 22 points from Andrew Wiggins.
Los Angeles also moved back to .500 on the year with a dominant home victory over the Pelicans. Blake Griffin and J.J. Redick each scored 20 points for the Clippers.
Washington has lost three straight games, and they're looking to snap that streak against the Raptors, who they swept in the playoffs last year.
Cleveland has won four of their last five games, and are looking to continue that streak against the 3-12 Brooklyn Nets.
Dallas has lost three games in a row since reeling off an eight-game winning streak, while Denver has lost five in a row and six of their last seven.
The Spurs go for an 18th straight home win over the Hawks in a battle between two of the best teams in their respective conferences.
Forward Anthony Davis is expected to play tonight despite suffering a bruised knee in their loss to the Clippers last night, and they're hoping to hand Utah their third loss in four games.
Portland has won two of their last three since losing seven in a row, while the Lakers are still looking for their third win of the season.
Golden State is looking to start this year 18-0 and extend their win streak to 22 games against a struggling Kings team.Back to the NBA Newsfeed
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