BULLS (0-1) 100; RAPTORS (1-0) 117
Jonas Valanciunas (23/15/2) posted an impressive double-double to lead Toronto to a win over a short-handed Chicago team.
Debutant C.J. Miles (22/5/0) had a strong game off the bench hitting 6-of-9 three-pointers. Norman Powell (15/4/1) also contributed but All-Stars DeMar DeRozan (11/6/5) and Kyle Lowry (12/4/9) had low scoring nights by their standards.
The Bulls were led in scoring by Robin Lopez (18/8/2) and rookie Lauri Markkanen (17/8/0) had a solid NBA debut.
KNICKS (0-1) 84; THUNDER (1-0) 105
Russell Westbrook (21/10/16) picked up where he left off last season as he put up a triple-double as OKC easily beat the Knicks.
Debutant Paul George (28/6/1) had a team-high and Carmelo Anthony (22/1/1) made a significant contribution in his first game against his former side but didn't shoot the ball particularly well going 8-of-20.
Center Steven Adams (12/5/1) had a solid all-around game going 5-of-5 from the field and adding five steals and three blocks.
Kristaps Porzingis (31/12/1) had a terrific individual game as he adjusts to life as the number one option on the New York team. Former Thunder big man Enes Kanter (10/7/1) was the only other Knicks player to reach double figures.
CLIPPERS (1-0) 108; LAKERS (1-0) 92
The Clippers spoiled Lonzo Ball's debut at Staples Center by coming away with a dominant win. Blake Griffin (29/12/3) proved too much for the Lakers to handle as he scored in a variety of ways, including going 3-of-6 from beyond the arc.
DeAndre Jordan (14/24/1) had a big double-double and debutants Lou Williams (12/3/6), Danilo Gallinari (11/5/3) and Patrick Beverley (10/3/1) hit double figures.
Rookie Ball (3/9/4) had a subdued game for the Lakers in an anti-climactic debut. Center Brook Lopez (20/6/2) led the team in scoring in his first outing in a Purple and Gold uniform.
Jordan Clarkson (18/2/2) had a strong night off the bench and Larry Nance Jr. (14/12/0) posted a double-double.