Devin Booker had a hit and the Suns were out

Kevin Durant, Devin Booker and Kristaps Porzingis each hit 40-plus field goals, Herb Jones, Joel Embiid and Andrew Nembhard were clutch, Nikola Jokic met his godson and the Wolves and Lakers never set foot in La Defense . Submit a summary!



  • Kristaps Porzingis abused the Wolves defense…as much as almost anyone at this point. A career high for a Unicorn!
  • Karl-Anthony Towns is injured. Fingers crossed that the calf isn’t too affected.
  • Jayson Tatum returned to Boston, so Boston rested Jaylen Brown. 120 points and wheelbarrows… three quarters later poor Charlotte had no idea what was happening to her.
  • Kevin Durant was terrible against the Magic. He was Kevin Durant.
  • Joel Embiid is back and the Falcons feel he has passed. 30 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks, 1 big money time and 1 win, a coffee, score.
  • If not, when do the Falcons kick their ass? When do they start playing like responsible adults?
  • OG Anunoby picked off Donovan Mitchell and he double-locked him in the pocket. Yes, OG Anunobi has a lock on his pockets.
  • Nikola Jokic met Alperen Sheng and he taught him some tricks.
  • Unfortunately for Alperen, his point guard is not Jamal Murray, so the Nuggets won easily.
  • Big finish between the young Pels and the young Thunder and for once Shai Gilgeous-Alexander found his master.
  • The Jazz held off the Bulls for a while, especially thanks to Lauri Markkane’s comeback game, but DeMar DeRozan shot 90% of his 26-footers after halftime and the Bulls won comfortably.
  • The Kings had some shock against the Suns, especially thanks to the devilishly effective Malik Rahib, but Devin Booker stuck to 44 to remind the West who’s boss.
  • The Lakers were full against the Pacers, then the Lakers blew a 17-point lead in the fourth quarter, and then the Lakers started celebrating. The results? A game-winner and somewhat embarrassing defeat in the molars.

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Western rating November 29, 2022


  • 01:00: Pistons – Knicks
  • 1:30: Mavericks – Warriors
  • 4:00: Blazers – Clippers

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