NBA scores last night on Nov. 30 – Winners and losers

The latest NBA Scores and Results last night
The latest NBA Scores and Results last night

MIAMI, FL (December 1) —— NBA scores last night on Wednesday, November 30 with the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns, and Brooklyn Nets all winning on the night. Below you will find all the latest results and updates as the month closes out with more than a dozen games.

The Phoenix Suns secured their sixth successive win and a seventh in the last 10 overall after beating the Chicago Bulls 132-113 last night. Devin Booker took advantage of some mediocre defensive plays by the Bulls to tally a season-high 51 points (20 of 25) in three quarters, while dishing out six assists and hitting six 3-pointers in the win for Phoenix (15-6) which improved to 12-1 at home this season.

Deandre Ayton ended with 30 points and 14 rebounds for the Suns, who shot 52.7% from the field overall and made 15 of 33 shots from 3-point range. Read More: Latest NBA scores from Nov. 29; Who plays on the NBA schedule tonight?

DeMar DeRozan led Chicago with 29 points and seven rebounds, while Zach LaVine added 21 points and seven assists Nikola Vucevic ended with 17 points and eight boards for the Bulls (9-12).

In another NBA scores on Wednesday night, the Boston Celtics beat the Miami Heat 134-121 with Jayson Tatum making eight 3-pointers and scoring a season-high 49 points with 14 rebounds for the home team in front of the Prince William, The Prince and Princess of Wales and wife Kate Middleton who sat at courtside at TD Garden.

Elsewhere, the Los Angeles Lakers topped the Portland Trail Blazers 128-109, Milwaukee Bucks beat the New York Knicks 109-103, Brooklyn Nets earned a 113-107 win over the Washington Wizards, while the Philadelphia 76ers fell 113-85 to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

NBA SCORES AND RESULTS LAST NIGHT –

Wednesday’s Games
Cleveland Cavaliers 113, Philadelphia 76ers 85
Atlanta Hawks 125, Orlando Magic 108
Boston Celtics 134, Miami Heat 121
Milwaukee Bucks 109, New York Knicks 103
Brooklyn Nets 113, Washington Wizards 107
New Orleans Pelicans 126, Toronto Raptors 108
Oklahoma City Thunder 119, San Antonio Spurs 111
Minnesota Timberwolves 109, Memphis Grizzlies 101
Denver Nuggets 120, Houston 100
Phoenix Suns 132, Chicago Bulls 113
Utah Jazz 125, Los Angeles Clippers 112
Sacramento Kings 137, Indiana Pacers 114
Los Angeles Lakers 128, Portland Trail Blazers 109

Brittney Berreth | Staff Writer

Brittney Berreth – A member on board who brings a lot of energy and fun within the work environment. Covers basketball, soccer, but has good eyes and energy for sports.

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