MIAMI, FL (November 29) —— The latest NBA scores from Monday night, November 28. The Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, and the Phoenix Suns were among the winning teams on the night, while Kevin Durant and Devin Booker scored more than 40 points for their respective teams and rookie Andrew Nembhard made a big 3-pointer at the buzzer against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Jayson Tatum scored 35 points to help the Boston Celtics beat the Charlotte Hornets 140-105. Marcus Smart added 22 points and 15 assists and Malcolm Brogdon ended with 21 points for Boston (17-4). Read more: NBA halftime scores: Nets, Celtics and Raptors leading
There were two 40+ point scorers on the night on Monday with Kevin Durant pouring in 45 points with seven rebounds, five assists, two steals, and two blocks for the Brooklyn Nets (11-11) top the Orlando Magic (5-16) 102-109.
Kevin Booker was also in top form on offense for Phoenix. The shooting guard finished with 44 points, eight rebounds, six steals, and four assists as the Suns secured a 122-117 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Monday.
Meanwhile, rookie guard Andrew Nembhard connected on a big 3-pointer as time expired, and the Indiana Pacers rallied from being down by 17-points in the fourth quarter to a stunned the Los Angeles Lakers 116-115.
Tyrese Haliburton, who made a tying layup with 39 seconds left scored 24 points, 14 assists, and seven rebounds for the Pacers, who trailed 101-84 early in the fourth quarter.
Anthony Davis had 25 points and 13 rebounds, LeBron James had 21 points and seven rebounds, and Russell Westbrook scored 24 points for Los Angeles in the win.
Latest NBA Scores on November 28
Washington Wizards 142, Minnesota Timberwolves 127
Philadelphia 76ers 104, Atlanta Hawks 101
Boston Celtics 140, Charlotte Hornets 105
Toronto Raptors 100, Cleveland Cavaliers 88
Brooklyn Nets 109, Orlando Magic 102
New Orleans Pelicans 105, Oklahoma City Thunder 101
Chicago Bulls 114, Utah Jazz 107
Denver Nuggets 129, Houston Rockets 113
Phoenix Suns 122, Sacramento Kings 117
Indiana Pacers 116, Los Angeles Lakers 115