NBA scores, highlights: Mike Conley leads Grizzlies past 76ers; Spurs send Rockets to another loss

Welcome back to another day of NBA action. With 10 games filling the slate, there should be no shortage of action.

Early on, the Clippers escaped with a thrilling overtime victory over the powerful Bucks, while the Raptors continued their strong start to the season by beating the Knicks. Later on, Zach LaVine had a big night to get the Bulls past the Cavaliers, while Anthony Davis shined for the Pelicans in their win over the Suns. Plus, Mike Conley's impressive performance lifted the Grizzlies to an overtime win over the shorthanded 76ers.

In the later games, the Spurs sent the Rockets to yet another loss, while the shorthanded Warriors had no trouble with the Nets. Additionally, the Mavericks put an end to the Thunder's seven-game winning streak.

Still to come, LeBron James and the Lakers face off against the spunky Kings, led by the much-improved De'Aaron Fox. 

Here's what the 10-game schedule looks like.

NBA Schedule for Saturday, Nov. 10

Conley drops 32 in overtime win

Mike Conley had his best game of the season for the Grizzlies on Saturday night, pouring in 32 points to lead the Grizzlies to a nice win over the Sixers in overtime. In addition to the 32 points, Conley added six assists, four rebounds and two steals. 

LaVine holds his own personal dunk contest

Zach LaVine brought the dunk contest to a real game on Saturday. Out on the fastbreak against the Cavaliers, LaVine threw down a fancy 360 slam. A little while later, he managed to produce a putback slam off of a free throw, which is both extremely rare and impressive. LaVine finished the night with 24 points, eight rebounds and five assists in the Bulls' win. 

Lonzo finds LeBron on the break

The new-look Lakers haven't had the best start to the season, but they have been able to make a lot of highlight reel plays. In the third quarter against the Kings, Lonzo Ball and LeBron James combined for another one with the long-range alley-oop.

Williams lifts Clippers past Bucks in overtime

The Clippers saw Eric Bledsoe send the game to overtime on a fadeaway three in the final seconds of regulation. With the final seconds ticking down in the extra frame, Lou Williams was able to put the ball on the floor and convert a tough layup at the rim to give the Clippers a 128-126 win.

Doncic, Mavs end Thunder's winning streak

The Thunder lost their first four games, then rattled off seven straight wins. But their streak has come screeching to a halt. Luka Doncic went for 22 points, eight assists and six rebounds, as the Mavericks got an impressive win.

Fultz rocks the rim

Markelle Fultz still hasn't fixed his jumper, but there's no need to shoot when you can get to the rim like this. Late in the first quarter against the Grizzlies, Fultz exploded to the basket for an impressive jam.

Booker beats the buzzer from way downtown

Devin Booker is one of the best shooters in the league, and he proved it again against the Pelicans. Usually, he doesn't shoot from this far away, but when the clock is winding down, you just have to let it fly.

Ferguson puts it down with authority

There aren't many highlights cooler than a powerful putback slam, as Terrence Ferguson proved against the Mavericks. After Hamidou Diallo's runner didn't go, Ferguson came flying in out of nowhere to slam it home. 

Fox shows off his dribbling skills

De'Aaron Fox is off to a tremendous start this season, and he kept it going early against the Lakers. Using some fancy dribbling skills, he shook past Kyle Kuzma to get to the bucket for two. 

Davis welcomes Ayton to the league

Deandre Ayton is off to a solid start in his rookie campaign, but he still has a long way to go, as Anthony Davis showed him. Ayton tried to go reverse, but AD wasn't having it. 

Antetokounmpo disrupts Clippers alley-oop attempt

The Bucks find themselves trying to battle back against the Clippers. On this play, Giannis Antetokounmpo swatted away an alley-oop attempt from Montrezl Harrell to keep the score close in the fourth quarter.

Quinn is cooking for the Warriors

Quinn Cook got the start for an injured Steph Curry and didn't waste his opportunity. Cook poured in his first seven attempts of the game to rack up 19 points. 

Hardaway Jr. makes impossible play despite initially losing dribble

The Knicks certainly gave the Raptors all that they could handle in the first half. One of the biggest reasons for that was the play of Tim Hardaway Jr., who scored 19 points in the half. Easily the most impressive play was this highlight in which Hardaway initially lost his dribble on the perimeter, but still managed to weave around Pascal Siakam and finished at the rim.

Anunoby gets the Raptors off to a hot start

The Raptors have one of the deepest rosters in the NBA and the Knicks were reminded of that fact on Saturday as O.G. Anunoby has knocked down five of his first six shots from the field, including this impressive reverse slam dunk, to become the first player in the game to reach double figures scoring. 

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