NBA Sunday scores, highlights: Lonzo gets second career triple-double in Lakers win
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There were six NBA games on the schedule for Sunday. Take a look at all the scores, highlights and updates from the night.
NBA scores for Sunday, Nov. 19
- Toronto Raptors 100, Washington Wizards 91 (box score)
- Indiana Pacers 120, Miami Heat 95 (box score)
- Golden State Warriors 118 Brooklyn Nets 111 (box score)
- Detroit Pistons 100, Minnesota Timberwolves 97 (box score)
- Phoenix Suns 113, Chicago Bulls 105 (box score)
- Los Angeles Lakers 127, Denver Nuggets 109 (box score)
Lonzo gets second triple-double
The up-and-down season continued for Lonzo Ball on Sunday; he recorded his second career triple-double to help the Lakers to an 18-point victory against the Nuggets. Ball finished with 11 points, 11 assists and a career-high 16 rebounds, joining Magic Johnson as the only Lakers to record multiple triple-doubles in their rookie season.
Warriors survive Nets' comeback attempt
The Warriors tied the biggest comeback in franchise history Saturday in a victory at Philadelphia, and they almost allowed the Nets to come back in a similar fashion Sunday. Playing without Kevin Durant, the Warriors saw a 28-point lead dwindle to four before Golden State finally got some breathing room. Steph Curry was on fire early and finished with 39 points, but he fouled out with three minutes left in the game.
DeRozan goes all the way up
Raptors guards Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan have been teammates for a while, so it's no surprise they've developed the chemistry displayed on this half-court lob.
Siakam climbs the ladder
Bradley Beal thought he was in position for the rebound, but Raptors forward Pascal Siakam had different thoughts.
Waiters goes into the spin cycle
What's better than one spin move? Two spin moves, of course. Heat guard Dion Waiters lost the Pacers defense, then fed Justise Winslow for the easy lay-in.
Not this time, James
Heat forward James Johnson decided to test Pacers center Myles Turner. Turns out that was a bad idea.
- The Wizards were without All-Star point guard John Wall against the Raptors on Sunday. He's nursing a sore left knee.
- Raptors forward Serge Ibaka, who on Friday missed a victory against the Knicks with a knee injury, suited up against the Wizards on Sunday.
- Pelicans big man Anthony Davis has been listed as probable for Monday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder after suffering a right orbital contusion from inadvertently banging heads with Nuggets center Nikola Jokic on Friday.
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