Top 5 player performances from NBA games on November 29

It was another amazing night full of spectacular performances in the ! With just three games on the slate, fans were treated to an overtime thriller in Toronto, as well as wins for the two Los Angeles NBA squads. Below are five players who stepped up big time in their games last night.


Kevin Durant – Golden State Warriors

KD notched the night‘s top performance, but, unfortunately, in a losing effort. His Golden State Warriors forced overtime against the East‘s top team, the Toronto Raptors. Durant was huge in getting them there and ended up with 51 points for the game. It made for his third-straight game with 40 points or more!


LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers

LeBron James came up big in another win for the L.A. Lakers. Last night‘s stat line included 38 points, nine rebounds, and seven assists in a 104-96 win. It also included a stellar final quarter in which James assisted or scored on the team‘s final 15 points of the game.


Kawhi Leonard – Toronto Raptors

On the winning side up north, Kawhi Leonard led the East‘s top contenders to a statement win over the Golden State Warriors. Leonard had a number of key plays in the game. He also scored 37 points on 14-of-24 shooting and had eight rebounds, three assists, a steal, and a block.


Tobias Harris – Los Angeles Clippers

The Los Angeles Clippers are continuing to stay atop the Western Conference. Thursday night saw the team on national TV, as they defeated the Sacramento Kings. Harris led with 11-of-17 shooting for a team-high 28 points. He also hauled in six rebounds and dished out four assists.


Domantas Sabonis – Indiana Pacers

Without All-Star Victor Oladipo, the Pacers did their best to challenge the Lakers at the Staples Center. Sabonis led the battle, scoring 20 points while also collecting 15 rebounds. The big man dished out three assists, blocked and stole the ball as well.

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