NBA News, Scores, & Rumors Roundup: 11/19

Wednesday's 10-game slate of NBA action was full of close games, including two that when into overtime. 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

Charlotte Hornets 116, Brooklyn Nets 111

Charlotte used 24 points and eight assists from Nic Batum to outlast the Nets in the fourth quarter.

Orlando Magic 104, Minnesota Timberwolves 111 (OT)

Orlando moved to .500 on the season and to Evan Fournier's game-winning three-pointer with 3.1 seconds left in overtime. Fournier led the Magic is 26 points.

Indiana Pacers 112, Philadelphia 76ers 85

Indiana sent the 76ers to 0-12 on the season, keeping them as the only winless team in the NBA. Philadelphia turned the ball over an astonishing 31 times in the game.

Dallas Mavericks 106, Boston Celtics 102

Dallas erased an 18-point first-half deficit with a big fourth quarter, giving the Mavs their fifth straight victory.

Atlanta Hawks 103, Sacramento Kings 97

Kings point guard Rajon Rondo recorded his thrid triple-double in the last four games, but it wasn't enough to push a floundering Sacramento squad past the Hawks in Atlanta.

Houston Rockets 108, Portland Trail Blazers 103 (OT)

Houston won in their first game since firing head coach Kevin McHale, using 45 points from James Harden and a game-tying three from Corey Brewer with two seconds left that forced overtime to beat the Blazers.

Oklahoma City Thunder 110, New Orleans Pelicans 103

Russell Westbrook had a domiant 43-point, nine-rebound, eight-assist performance while leading the Thunder past the Anthony Davis-less Pelicans, who dropped to 1-11 on the year.

San Antonio Spurs 109, Denver Nuggets 98

Tony Parker had his best game of the season, scoring 25 points to lead the Spurs past the upstart Nuggets.

Utah Jazz 93, Toronto Raptors 89

Utah turned a sloppy start into a win thanks to a dominant fourth-quarter and 18 points and 11 rebounds from Derrick Favors.

Chicago Bulls 103, Phoenix Suns 97

Chicago won their fourth straight game thanks to Jimmy Butler's 32 points, 14 of which came in the fourth quarter.

NBA News & Rumors

Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul and J.J. Redick are expected to miss tonight's game against the Golden State Warriors.

Fired Rockets coach Kevin McHale has been offered a job with the Boston Celtics.

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James ripped his teammates, saying they aren't "hungry" enough.

San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili will miss at least two games with a hip injury.

Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony praised rookie Kristaps Porzingis.


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