It was a busy night in the NBA on Monday, with nine games on the program.
First, the Knicks lost their 17th consecutive game, tilting against the Cavaliers in a battle of the two worst teams in the league. Meanwhile, the Pacers took care of the Hornets, while Andre Drummond and the Pistons won a big win over the Wizards.
Then Kawhi Leonard played the hero and bet on a winning rider to lead the Raptors beyond the Nets.
The slate became even more interesting as the night passed. The Oklahoma City Thunder withstood the Portland Trail Blazers of the Chesapeake Energy Arena thanks to the brilliant individual performances of Russell Westbrook and Paul George. Meanwhile, James Harden scored 30 points or more for the 30th consecutive game in a win against the Mavericks.
Here's everything you need to know about Monday's action, as well as Tuesday's schedule.
NBA scores for Monday, February 11
NBA schedule for Tuesday, February 12
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Westbrook sets NBA record, but George surpasses it
Russell Westbrook recorded another triple-double record Monday, becoming the first player in the NBA history to record a triple-double in 10 consecutive games. He beat Wilt Chamberlain's mark by scoring 21 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists for a win over the Blazers.
Not to be outdone, Westbrook's teammate Paul George had an incredible triple-double with 47 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.
Harden barely extends the series of points
There was some suspense on Monday, but James Harden scored 30 points or more for the 30th consecutive game in a win against the Mavericks. At the end of the match, it took a long score to 3 points to give him 31 points in the evening and maintain the impressive sequence.
Leonard plays the hero for the Raptors
The Raptors won Monday night a thrilling victory from 127 to 125 on pesky Nets. Their star, Kawhi Leonard, played the role of hero that night and bet on a jumper in the final seconds to win. For the game, Leonard finished with 30 points and eight assists.
Drummond continues to play hard
The Pistons are trying to qualify for the playoffs and have now won four straight games thanks to their win Monday night against the Wizards. Once again, André Drummond set up a solid game, finishing with 32 points, 17 rebounds and four interceptions. It was the eighth consecutive double-double for Drummond and the fourth time in this sequence he had at least 20 points and 15 rebounds.
Doncic gives a show
Luka Doncic is once again imposed against the Rockets. First, he showed some sophisticated dribbling skills, and then he made an incredible pass.
Harris warms up
Joe Harris is quietly transformed into a very solid player. His shot is his best asset, and he showed it against the Raptors, draining seven triples in the first period only.
Robinson goes up the ladder for the alley-oop
Even compared to other players in the NBA, Mitchell Robinson is a ridiculous athlete. This allows him to make games like this, climb up the ladder to throw the aisle.
Super Mario takes flight
Mario Hezonja did his part to make the match between Knicks and Cavaliers captivating. At the wheel of his car, he exploded to the brink for a tonal slam.
George throws a
Paul George gave some energy to the fight against Trail Blazers. He scored OKC's first basket with a powerful driving slam.
The manufacturer protects the rim
Thon Maker already has an impact with the Pistons. Monday night, against the Wizards, Maker rose to meet Bobby Portis at the rim for an unbelievable block. Unfortunately for Maker, he paid painful price for his effort.