Thursday night game round-up: Brooklyn Nets shock the Cleveland Cavaliers

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The Brooklyn Nets produced a shock at the Barclays Center as they overcame the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-95

Brook Lopez led the struggling Nets with 22 points. Shane Larkin shot an impressive 70 percent on his way to 16 and Bojan Bogdanovic had 12.

LeBron James' 30 points were not enough for the Cavaliers who dropped their 21st game of the season. Kyrie Irving shot just six of 22 from the field as he finished with 13. Kevin Love had 11.



Russell Westbrook missed out on his fourth consecutive triple-double during the Oklahoma City Thunder's routine win over the Utah Jazz.

Kevin Durant led the Thunder with 20 points off 63.3 percent shooting. Westbrook finished with 15 points, nine assits and seven rebounds.

Trey Lyles was the highest scorer on a tough shooting night for the Jazz; he had 14, off 50 percent shooting. Rodney Hood was the only starter to reach double figures – he ended with 11.


A J.J. Redick buzzer-beater gave the L.A. Clippers the win in an exhilarating game with the Portland Trail Blazers.

Jamal Crawford produced some clutch shooting in the final minutes to keep the Clippers in the contest; he finished with 25, as did Chris Paul. Redick ended the night with 12.

Damian Lillard led the Blazers with 18 while his backcourt partner C.J. McCollum had 17. Maurice Harkless, who missed a go-ahead layup with 1.1 seconds remaining, had ten.


Myles Turner had the perfect 20th birthday as he led the Indiana Pacers to a win over the New Orleans Pelicans.

Turner had a game-high 24 points, shooting 64.7 percent from the field. Paul George, who left the action in the second half with a lower right leg contusion, banked 15 points. C.J. Miles had 19.

The Pelicans continued to struggle without Anthony Davis. Alexis Ajinca shot 50 percent to finish with 22 and Tim Frazier had 18 off the bench.


The New York Knicks made it back-to-back wins over the Chicago Bulls, this time taking the victory at Madison Square Garden.

Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks with 26 points. Kristaps Porzingis had a double-double of 19 points and ten rebounds.

Derrick Rose had 30 for the Bulls, who are currently outside the playoff places. Jimmy Butler shot seven of 15 from the field on his way to 19 points.

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