LeBron James, Stephen Curry & Giannis Antetokounmpo as bosses

Back to the highlights of the night’s NBA games

LeBron James guides the Lakers

LeBron James compiled 39 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists in his overtime win at Indianapolis. It’s his 395th game with at least 30 points and 5 assists, no one has done better in history. It’s also his 156th 35/5/5, and only one has done better in history: Oscar Robertson.

Anthony Edwards takes care of the Heat

5th victory in a row for Wolves who dominate the Heat thanks to Anthony Edwards, author of 33 points, 14 rebounds and 6 assists. At 20 years and 111 days, he becomes the youngest Wolf in history to sign at least one 10/30/5. 3 other Wolves did it before they turned 22: Andrew Wiggins, Karl-Anthony Towns & Kevin Garnett.

Stephen Curry makes Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry helped his side win over the Sixers with 25 points to 6/11 3-pts and 10 assists. This is the 40th time in his career that he has compiled at least 10 assists and 5 3-point shots. Only one player in history has done better: James Harden with 56.

That’s 23 more in combined than any other player in Warriors history.

Warriors continue their momentum

Led by 19 points against the Sixers in the first half, the Warriors won by 20 points, 116-96. This is the second time this season that they have won by 20 or more points in a game where they have been down by 10 or more. The rest of the NBA have 3 this season.

With a 16-2 record, this is the 4th time in franchise history that they have had such a good record. The 3 previous times, they have gone to the finals.

Giannis Antetokounmpo in Greek Freak mode

Giannis Antetokounmpo compiled 33 points at 12/17, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. This is the 26th time in his career that he has scored at least 30 points at 70%. Only two active players have more: LeBron James and Dwight Howard with 32.

Trae Young takes care of everything

Trae Young scored 31 points against Spurs, in addition to 7 rebounds and 11 assists. It is already the 34th time in his career that he has compiled at least 30 points and 10 assists. In history, before their 24 years, only 2 players have more games like this: Oscar Robertson and Nate Archibald.

Damian Lillard in vain

32 points, 6 rebounds and 10 assists for Damian Lillard in the Blazers’ loss to the Kings. It’s his 38th career 30-point / 10-assists, at least double that of anyone else in franchise history. Clyde Drexler is second with 19.

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