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NBA Results, Highlights: Luka Doncic Shines with Mavericks' Victory Against Blazers; Utah blows Spurs out



Welcome to another night of NBA action. After a fun Monday night, the situation slowed slightly with just five games on Tuesday.

The Pacers launched the night defeating the bulls who had fought their first game without fired head coach Fred Hoiberg, while the mages defeated the Heat in a Florida match.

Later, Luka Doncic returned and helped the Mavericks win the Trail Blazers. At the end of the night, we had two outbreaks when the kings crushed the suns and jazz destroyed the spurs.

Here's what you need to know about the NBA action on Tuesday night and Wednesday's schedule:

NBA scores for Tuesday, December 4

  • Indiana Pacers 96, Chicago Bulls 90 (Box Score)
  • Orlando Magic 1
    05, Miami Heat 90 (Box Score)
  • Dallas Mavericks 111, Portland Trail Blazers 102
  • Utah Jazz 139, San Antonio Spurs 105 (Box Score)
  • Sacramento Kings 122 , Phoenix Suns 105 (Box Score)

NBA schedule for Wednesday, December 5

* All times Eastern

  • Denver Nuggets at Orlando Magic, 7 pm (GameTracker) – Watch FuboTV with the extension of the NBA League Pass
  • Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers at 7am. (GameTracker) – Check out FuboTV with the extension of the NBA League Pass
  • Oklahoma City Thunder at Brooklyn Nets at 7:30 pm. (GameTracker) – Watch FuboTV extend the NBA League Pass
  • Washington Wizards at Atlanta Hawks at 7:30. (GameTracker) – Watch FuboTV Extend the NBA League Pass
  • Dallas Mavericks to New Orleans Pelicans. (GameTracker) – Watch FuboTV extend the NBA League Pass
  • Detroit Pistons in Milwaukee Bucks. (GameTracker) – Check out FuboTV's renewal of the NBA League Pass
  • Los Angeles Clippers at Memphis Grizzlies at 8pm. (GameTracker) – Check out FuboTV's extension of the NBA League Pass
  • to Charlotte Hornets in Minnesota Timberwolves at 8 am. (GameTracker) – Watch FuboTV extend the NBA League Pass
  • Philadelphia 76ers at Toronto Raptors. (GameTracker) – ESPN
  • San Antonio Spurs at Los Angeles Lakers, 10:30 am (GameTracker) – ESPN

Doncic glares in return

Luka Doncic broke with a hip injury on Sunday, but The persistence of the Mavericks proved to be correct. Against the Trail Blazers Doncic was with 21 points and nine rebounds in action and led the Mavericks for the eighth home win in a row. Overall, Dallas has won 10 of their last 13 games.

Jazz hit franchise record 20 Three-point victory over Spurs

The jazz destroyed the Spurs on Tuesday night and won a whopping 34 points. This was due to a fantastic, team-wide shooting performance that rained in a franchise record of 20 3-hands. Donovan Mitchell advanced with four triplets, and all 10 players who tried a 3 scored at least one.

Turner passes Pacers past Bulls

Victor Oladipo has been put out of action indefinitely, so the Pacers need someone to reinforce. It was Myles Turner against the cops. The big man finished with 18 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and five blocks to help the Pacers pass the Bulls.

Ingles scores by accident

Joe Ingles is such a good shot that he can score if he does not. He tried to throw a punch at Rudy Gobert against the Spurs, but ended with a perfect move.

Adebayo Finishes on Both Ends

Bam Adebayo showed his athleticism against magic with a beautiful sequence on both ends of the floor. First, he stood up with both hands for a massive block, then ran the court and got in for a putback slam.

DSJ Sent on Break

Dennis Smith Jr. broke his tricks on the Trail Blazers. As he cut into the middle of the floor, he walked between his legs with only one hand and then switched on the shovel and the foul.

Holiday Banks in Corner 3

Justin Holiday joined the Pacers early in the first quarter with one of the rarest shots in basketball. Deep in the corner, Holiday started a 3-pointer that somehow fell off the glass.


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