Box Score Breakdown for Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Raptors Rally In Solid Win Over Kings
January 1,2019 at 08:38 AM
1/23/2019 08:38 AM
The Raptors had a balanced scoring output in this game since they had six players scoring in double figures, but none reaching the 20-point threshold. The absence of Kawhi Leonard didn't impact the side and the guard duo of Fred VanVleet and Kyle Lowry led the way for Toronto since both had 19 points. Serge Ibaka had 15 points with 10 boards, and Pascal Siakam 18 points. CJ Miles chipped in with 15 points off the bench. The Kings had seven players scoring over 10 points and they owned the highest scorer of the contest since Marvin Bagley III finished with 22 points and 11 rebounds. Bogdan Bogdanovic filled the stat sheet nicely since he contributed 16 points, nine assists, eight rebounds, and three steals to the losing cause. Buddy Hield added 11 points as well.
January 1,2019 at 08:38 AM
1/23/2019 08:38 AM
The Thunder ultimately entered the fourth quarter with a six-point lead and held it, even as the Trail Blazers got as close as 109-106 with 5:08 remaining. OKC shot 50.6 percent and also elicited 19 turnovers from Portland. Damian Lillard's 34 points, which he supplemented with eight assists, five rebounds and five steals, led the Blazers. C.J. McCollum supplied 31 points. Jusuf Nurkic generated a 22-point, 15-rebound double-double. Al-Farouq Aminu mustered just four points but also hauled in 13 rebounds. Meyers Leonard had a bench-leading nine points. Paul George paced the Thunder with 36 points, partly supplementing them with eight rebounds, four assists and five steals. Russell Westbrook turned in 29 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds Steven Adams and Terrance Ferguson contributed matching 14-point tallies. Dennis Schroder posted 13 points, while Jerami Grant finished with 11.
January 1,2019 at 08:38 AM
1/23/2019 08:38 AM
Neither team led by more than 10 points in this game, as there were 14 ties and 19 lead changes in total. Dallas finished the game on a 16-7 run, as they trailed with less than six minutes remaining. The Mavericks held the Clippers to 37 percent from the field and 29 percent from three-point range while shooting 47 percent from the field on their end. They also won the defensive rebounding battle, 38-27 while outscoring Los Angeles in the paint, 44-32. Patrick Beverley led the Clippers with 16 points, nine rebounds and three assists. Avery Bradley accrued 15 points, five rebounds and three assists. Lou Williams led the bench with 15 points and four assists. Harrison Barnes led Dallas with 20 points and two boards. Luka Doncic tallied 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists. DeAndre Jordan collected 13 points, 16 rebounds, four assists and five blocks.
January 1,2019 at 08:38 AM
1/23/2019 08:38 AM
Karl-Anthony Towns stole the show in Phoenix on Tuesday night, delivering a monster double-double en route to a 118-91 blowout of the Suns. Towns led his team with 25 points, but his impact extended well beyond the scoring column. The All-Star center added 18 points, seven assists, and a pair of steals in what was one of his best nights of the season thus far. Rookie Josh Okogie also delivered a gem, scoring 21 points, five assists, and five rebounds. The box score was much sparser for the Suns, who shot just 42 percent and hit only seven three-pointers in the loss. However, sophomore wing Josh Jackson gave Phoenix fans something to be happy about, scoring a game-high 27 points. The Kansas product added 10 rebounds and three blocks to his impressive scoring total.