Draymond will never let another grown man tell him not to talk

    Draymond Green says tempers flared prior to his ejection because the official told him not to talk.

    UTA 122, GSW 108

    Williams, Leonard power Clippers past a tough Raptors team

    Lou Williams drops 21 points while Kawhi Leonard has no trouble sharing the ball, adding nine assists, as the Clippers top the Raptors at home 98-88.

    TOR 88, LAC 98

    Mitchell drops 23 in victory against Warriors

    Donovan Mitchell racks up 23 points and six assists en route to a 122-108 win over the Warriors.

    UTA 122, GSW 108

    JAZZ at WARRIORS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | November 11, 2019

    JAZZ at WARRIORS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | November 11, 2019 The Utah Jazz defeated the Golden State Warriors, 122-108. Rudy Gobert tallied a double-double of 25 PTS and 14 REB for the Jazz, while Donovan Mitchell added 23 PTS, 8 REB and 6 AST in the victory. D’Angelo Russell recorded 33 PTS and 8 AST for the Warriors. Subscribe to the NBA: https://on.nba.com/2JX5gSN Full Game Highlights Playlist: https://on.nba.com/2rjGMge For news, stories, highlights and more, go to our official website at https://nba_webonly.app.link/nbasite Get NBA LEAGUE PASS: https://nba.app.link/nbaleaguepass5

    UTA 122, GSW 108


    RAPTORS at CLIPPERS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | November 11, 2019 The Clippers defeated the Raptors, 98-88. Kawhi Leonard recorded a near triple-double with 12 PTS, 11 REB and 9 AST for the Clippers in his first game against his former team, while Montrezl Harrell added a double-double of 14 PTS and 11 REB in the victory. Pascal Siakam recorded 16 PTS, 10 REB and 6 AST for the Raptors. Subscribe to the NBA: https://on.nba.com/2JX5gSN Full Game Highlights Playlist: https://on.nba.com/2rjGMge For news, stories, highlights and more, go to our official website at https://nba_webonly.app.link/nbasite Get NBA LEAGUE PASS: https://nba.app.link/nbaleaguepass5

    TOR 88, LAC 98

    Boucher stuffs Harrell at the rim

    As Montrezl Harrell goes for the thunderous dunk, Toronto's Chris Boucher has other plans.

    TOR 88, LAC 98

    Harrell throws down emphatic slam

    Montrezl Harrell shows no mercy as he throws down the monstrous two-handed slam in the fourth quarter.

    TOR 88, LAC 98

    Draymond gets tossed in the fourth

    Draymond Green furiously contests the technical foul and ends up getting ejected from the game.

    UTA 122, GSW 108

    Spurs honor Parker with jersey retirement

    Former Spurs point guard Tony Parker has his jersey raised into the rafters to honor his career with San Antonio.

    MEM 113, SAN 109

    San Antonio Spurs vs. Memphis Grizzlies | November 11, 2019

    The Grizzlies defeated the Spurs, 113-109. Jaren Jackson Jr. led the way for the Grizzlies with a season-high 24 points, along with 6 rebounds and 5 assists, while Jonas Valanciunas added a double-double of 18 points and 12 rebounds in the victory. Rudy Gay tallied 18 points and 8 rebounds for the Spurs in the losing effort. The Grizzlies improve to 3-7 on the season, while the Spurs fall to 5-5.

    MEM 113, SAN 109

    Raptors, Clippers exchange buckets and the lead

    As soon as Toronto's Terence Davis shoots a 3-pointer to take the lead, Lou Williams hits a bucket to take it right back at the end of the third quarter.

    TOR 88, LAC 98

    Mitchell throws down a vicious slam jam

    Donovan Mitchell attacks the basket and throws down a beautiful slam dunk.

    UTA 122, GSW 108

    Gasol finds Siakam for slam in 2nd

    Marc Gasol finds Pascal Siakam cutting to the basket as Siakam slams the ball home in the second quarter.

    TOR 88, LAC 98

    Mitchell drains it with no hesitation

    Donovan Mitchell gives Damion Lee a hard jab step and buries the 3-pointer from beyond the arc.

    UTA 122, GSW 108

    Russell drops 16 straight points in the first

    D'Angelo Russell is on fire as he drops four triples in the first quarter against the Jazz.

    UTA 122, GSW 108

    Ferguson, Westbrook lead Thunder over skidding Lakers 133-96

    Russell Westbrook, doing his MVP thing back home. Paul George and Carmelo Anthony lighting it up.

    OKC 133, LAL 96

    Gary Harris scores 36 points, Nuggets beat Suns 134-111

    The Phoenix Suns didn't get to Denver until around 2 p.m. Wednesday because of plane trouble.

    PHO 111, DEN 134

    Curry's 3 lifts Warriors over Mavericks 125-122

    The Dallas Mavericks were left shaking their heads at Stephen Curry's shot-making ability — and how they let him get one last great look at the basket.

    GSW 125, DAL 122

    Davis scores 29, powers Pelicans past Jazz 108-98

    The New Orleans Pelicans are ahead of the Utah Jazz in the Western Conference standings but haven't had recent success head-to-head. That changed with a complete performance on Wednesday night.

    NOP 108, UTA 98

    DeRozan scores 35 points, Raptors beat Bulls 124-115

    All that DeMar DeRozan wanted to talk about was the lift Toronto's bench provided. As for his recent scoring tear?

    TOR 124, CHI 115

    Rozier scores 20, leads Celtics to 102-88 win over Cavaliers

    The next time they see their former teammate, he probably won't be in a hoodie after watching the game from the bench.

    CLE 88, BOS 102

    Nets cool off Timberwolves 98-97 on Dinwiddie's jumper

    The Brooklyn Nets were well aware that Minnesota had been blowing teams off the starting line.

    MIN 97, BRK 98

    Beal's 27, Wall's 25 lead Wizards over Knicks 121-103

    For weeks, the Washington Wizards have been hearing about their struggles against teams with losing records. Now that they've won two straight and elevated their record to 11-10 against sub-.500 teams, perhaps they've taken a step toward ending that discussion.

    NYK 103, WAS 121

    For Isaiah Thomas, no hard feelings in his return to Boston

    Isaiah Thomas wanted to make thing one perfectly clear during his return to Boston: He isn't holding onto any hard feelings about the way he left.

    Embiid shakes off sprained hand, Sixers edge Spurs

    Joel Embiid went from doubtful to dominant, using a sprained right hand that nearly sidelined him to instead rock the rim, swat shots and stop the Spurs.

    Rockets win without Harden, routing Magic 116-98

    James Harden's strained left hamstring figures to be a problem for the Houston Rockets. It wasn't a big deal Wednesday night against the Orlando Magic.

    HOU 116, ORL 98

    Olynyk, Dragic lift Heat past Pistons, 111-104

    Kelly Olynyk had game-highs in points and rebounds, which was easy to see in the box score.

    DET 104, MIA 111

    Hard to believe, but Pop was once unwanted _ by Spurs fans

    It's hard to fathom now, after five NBA championships as coach of the San Antonio Spurs and with him now alone in fifth place on the league's all-time victory list. But it's true — Popovich's decision to fire Bob Hill and make himself coach and general manager in December 1996 was horribly received at first, leaving even some of his own players baffled.

    Williams leads Clippers past Grizzlies, 113-105

    It's happening with such regularity now, people are just expecting Lou Williams to come off the bench and put up 20-plus points while leading the Los Angeles Clippers to a victory.

    MEM 105, LAC 113

    Howard, Walker help Hornets pull away and beat Kings 131-111

    Dwight Howard lost control of the ball on his way in for an apparent dunk when he was fouled from behind by Zach Randolph. As Howard tried to regain his footing, the ball floated about 3 feet above the rim and then fell straight back down and through.

    CHA 131, SAC 111

    Thomas shines in debut as Cavs down Trail Blazers 127-110

    Sitting on the scorer's table, Thomas could see the end of his seventh-month odyssey in front of him. And when the buzzer finally sounded and the Cleveland crowd erupted for a player it barely knows, Thomas took the last few steps onto the court and completed a trip he hopes to never take again.

    Thomas makes debut with Cavs, could start soon

    The All-Star point guard made his long-awaited debut with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday night, his first action since re-injuring his right hip on May 19 in the Eastern Conference finals.