The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued on Saturday, November 8 with 16 teams taking part in eight games. It was a day of close encounters, with six separate games being decided by single-digits and two by one possession At the heart of those affairs were throwback performances and unheralded balance in bounce-back victories by contenders. Most significantly, three undefeated teams put their records on the line and only one emerged without a loss. Here’s how it all transpired.
The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued on Friday, November 7 with a healthy slate of games. 22 teams took the court in 11 outings, with almost every feat in the book being achieved. A legend moved up an all-time list, another point guard registered a triple-double and a rising star drained a buzzer-beater. To cap it all off, a dark-horse contender improved to 6-0 and a number of teams earned statement wins. Here’s everything that you need to know about last night’s action.
The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued on Thursday, November 6 with just two games featuring four teams. All four squads involved were championship contenders, but not everyone showed it. Going head-to-head with the NFL’s Thursday Night Football, the NBA attempted to bring its best shot. Unfortunately, the association mirrored their counterparts with blowouts to show for their efforts. Here’s how it all transpired in the NBA.
Two buzzer-beaters, a number of upsets, a triple-double and some throwback performances. What more could you ask for from a day in the NBA? The 2014-15 NBA regular season resumed on Wednesday, November 5 with 24 teams taking part in 12 games. The end result was another day with career-best performances and surprising upsets. Here’s how it all transpired.
Primetime games between teams with genuine championship aspirations generally breed phenomenal results. On rare occasions, those outings end with a lopsided score and a number of disappointed fans. There was a fair balance of both on Tuesday, November 4. The 2014-15 NBA season resumed with a bang. There were monstrous individual performances, early-season statement wins and a number of players who out-shined seemingly superior competition. Here’s how it all transpired.
The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued on Monday, November 3 with six teams in 12 games. There were blowouts, defensive clinics and some monstrous scoring performances to hold over the fantasy basketball world. Highlighting the evening was the return of an All-Star, the first triple-double of the season and a near 31-point comeback. In the end, it was another magnificent day in the association. Here’s how everything transpired.
It’s a new month in the NBA! October was the brief introduction, but November promises to be the true beginning to an outstanding 2014-15 season. On Saturday, November 1, 24 teams competed in 12 games that featured some of the biggest names in basketball. There were massive scoring performances, dominant defensive attacks and some masterful facilitating displays. Here’s everything that you need to know about last night’s action.
Happy Halloween! It’s early in the 2014-15 NBA season, but the marquee matchups continued on Friday, October 31. Some players pulled their masks back and began to show their true form, while others looked like stars of an entirely different caliber when it mattered most. With 12 teams featured in six games, there was a healthy slate of action. The Eastern Conference’s elite clashed, a former MVP suffered another injury and a number of players used this platform as an opportunity to take over. Here’s what