NBA News, Scores, & Rumors Roundup: 11/11

Tuesday's seven-game slate of NBA action marked the two week point of the season, and it didn't disappoint. Check out a quick recap of all the games that took place last night along with all of the latest news and rumors in our NBA Roundup:

Game Recaps

Cleveland Cavaliers 118, Utah Jazz 114

Cleveland extended their winning streak to seven games thanks to 17 fourth-quarter points from LeBron James.

Oklahoma City Thunder 125, Washington Wizards 101

Kevin Durant's return to D.C. was cut short as he left the game in the third quarter with a strained left hamstring, but point guard Russell Westbrook picked up the slack, recording a triple-double (22 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists) in OKC's blowout victory.

Miami Heat 101, Los Angeles Lakers 88

Miami used big nights from Chris Bosh (30 points, 11 rebounds) and Hassan Whiteside (19 points, 15 rebounds in 27 minutes) to control this one from the start. The Lakers were playing without Kobe Bryant, who sat out with a back problem he called "wear and tear."

New York Knicks 111, Toronto Raptors 109

New York's comeback victory over Toronto was marred by a controversial finish in which the Knicks kept the ball with under 20 seconds to play despite Carmelo Anthony stepping out of bounds. Forward Lance Thomas subsequently made two free throws to give the Knicks the lead and the Raptors their first home loss of the season.

Boston Celtics 99, Milwaukee Bucks 83

Boston used a 18-2 run to close the third quarter to turn this close game into a blowout, giving Boston their second straight win.

Charlotte Hornets 104, Minnesota Timberwolves 95

Charlotte outscored Minnesota's bench 57-23, headlined by 37 combined points from Jeremy Lin and Jeremy Lamb, to win for the third time in four games. Ricky Rubio and Andrew Wiggins sat out for the Timberwolves with knee injuries.

New Orleans Pelicans 120, Dallas Mavericks 105

New Orleans picked up their first win of the season thanks to a strong first half, but forward Anthony Davis left the game at halftime with a hip injury.

NBA News & Rumors

Davis' injury was classified as a bruised hip and is listed as day-to-day.

The Miami Heat traded point guard Mario Chalmers to the Memphis Grizzlies in a four-player swap.

Miami has also suspended guard Gerald Green two games for "conduct detrimental to the team."

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant called the Wizards' open free-agency pursuit of him "disrespectful."

Durant also said he doesn't expect to miss a lot of time with the strained hamstring he suffered in their win over the Wizards.

New York Knicks guard Arron Afflalo will make his season debut Wednesday against the Charlotte Hornets.

Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins said the team has "some issues in-house" they are dealing with, according to James Ham of

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant told head coach Byron Scott that he may retire after this season.

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