NBA‘s top 5 performers from winning teams on December 2

Six games were on the schedule for Sunday (December 2) including a close game to the end between Utah and Miami as well as a Lakers‘ home blowout over the Suns. Below are five stars who stood out from their performances on Sunday.


Anthony Davis – New Orleans Pelicans

After being on the losing side in his previous game, the Unibrow came back to life on Sunday. Davis tallied 36 points to go with 19 rebounds and eight assists. Davis‘ big game helped the New Orleans Pelicans win on the road over the Charlotte Hornets.


Hassan Whiteside – Miami Heat

On a night of big men showing up with double-doubles, Hassan Whiteside was among those featured. The Heat center recorded 23 points to go with 20 rebounds in his team‘s two-point victory over the Utah Jazz.


DeAndre Jordan – Dallas Mavericks

On Sunday night, DJ got to face his former team in a home matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers. It also gave him an opportunity to help the Mavericks get a big win over the West‘s top team. Jordan grabbed 23 rebounds, scored 16 points, and had three assists in a 114-110 victory!


DeMar DeRozan – San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs got back to winning on Sunday thanks to a key performance from guard DeMar DeRozan. The former Raptors All-Star put up 36 points as he went back-and-forth with fellow All-Star Damian Lillard. In the end, DeRozan and San Antonio came away with the big win.


Ben Simmons – Philadelphia 76ers

JJ Redick led the way for a 76ers‘ home win over the Memphis Grizzlies. However, Ben Simmons was also a key contributor and distributor. He scored 19 points, grabbed 12 rebounds, and dished out five assists to help the Sixers get the home “W.”

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