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2017–18 NBA season

Post by Hachiko » Thu Oct 05, 2017 4:43 am

Image The 2017–18 NBA season will be the 72nd season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The regular season will begin on October 17, 2017, earlier than previous seasons to reduce the number of "back-to-back" games teams are scheduled to play, with the 2017 runners-up Cleveland Cavaliers hosting a game against the Boston Celtics at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Christmas games will be played on December 25. The 2018 NBA All-Star Game will be played on February 18, 2018, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The regular season will end on April 11, 2018 and the playoffs will begin on April 14, 2018.

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Retirement
On July 17, 2017, Paul Pierce signed a ceremonial contract with the Boston Celtics and officially retired as a Celtic after playing 19 seasons and winning one championship with the Celtics.
On July 19, 2017, James Jones was announced to be the vice president of basketball operations for the Phoenix Suns, which signified his retirement after playing 14 seasons and winning two championships with the Miami Heat and one championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
On August 4, 2017, Jason Maxiell signed a ceremonial contract with the Detroit Pistons and officially retired after playing 14 seasons.
On August 15, 2017, Tayshaun Prince was announced to be assistant general manager for the Memphis Grizzlies, which signified his retirement after playing 15 seasons and winning one championship with the Detroit Pistons.
On September 2, 2017, Primož Brezec announced his retirement after 21 professional seasons. Brezec had played in Russia, Cyprus, Kuwait and his native country Slovenia since last playing in the NBA during the 2009–10 NBA season.

Free agency
Free agency negotiations began on July 1. Players began signing on July 6, after the July moratorium ended.
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For the first time there will be no coaching changes entering training camp.
The preseason began on September 30 and will end on October 13.

International games
The Golden State Warriors and Minnesota Timberwolves will play two preseason games in China, at Shenzhen on October 5 and Shanghai on October 8.

Regular season
The regular season will begin on October 17, 2017. Christmas Day games will be played on December 25, 2017. The regular season will end on April 11, 2018.

International games
On August 9, 2017, the NBA announced that the Brooklyn Nets would play two regular season games at Mexico City Arena in Mexico City, Mexico. On December 7, 2017, the Nets would play against the Oklahoma City Thunder and on December 9, 2017, they would match up against the Miami Heat.

On August 10, 2017, the NBA announced that the Philadelphia 76ers would play the Boston Celtics at The O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom on January 11, 2018.

Arenas
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This will be the Detroit Pistons' first season at Little Caesars Arena after playing at The Palace of Auburn Hills from 1988 to 2017. The team will play their first game there against the Charlotte Hornets on October 18, 2017. This will also mark the first time the Pistons have regularly played in the city of Detroit since 1978.[12]
This will be the Milwaukee Bucks' final season at the Bradley Center, their home since 1988. The team will play its final game there on April 9 against the Orlando Magic. The team is scheduled to move into the new Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center prior to the start of the 2018–19 NBA season.[13]
The Washington Wizards home arena, the Verizon Center, was renamed to Capital One Arena.[14]
The Toronto Raptors owners Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment announce that their Air Canada Centre arena will be renamed Scotiabank Arena at the end of the 2017–18 season.[15]
Media
This will be the second season of the current nine-year contracts with ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV.

Uniforms
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Nike will be the official on-court apparel provider beginning with the 2017–18 season.[16] During this time, each team will be provided with four different jersey apparel that will be displayed throughout the seasons: the "Association Edition", "Icon Edition", "Statement Edition" (tentatively called the Athlete's Mindset), and "Community Edition" jerseys will replace the more typical home and road jersey ideas with alternatives also being included as well. In addition to those jerseys, eight teams will also be provided a "Classic Edition" jersey to commemorate some of their past designs throughout the season.
The Charlotte Hornets will use an Air Jordan-branded apparel, which is endorsed by their owner Michael Jordan and is owned by Nike.[17]
The Cleveland Cavaliers debuted their new uniforms for the 2017–18 season after unveiling the new logo on May 31, 2017.[18]
The Detroit Pistons debuted their new uniforms for the 2017–18 season after unveiling the new logo on May 17, 2017.[19]
The Indiana Pacers debuted their new uniforms for the 2017–18 season after unveiling new alternate logos and home floor along with their uniforms on July 28, 2017.[20][21]
The Minnesota Timberwolves debuted their new uniforms for the 2017–18 season after unveiling the new logo on April 11, 2017,[22] and unveiling their new uniforms on August 10, 2017.[23]
The Portland Trail Blazers debuted their new uniforms for the 2017–18 season after unveiling the new logo on May 8, 2017,[24] and unveiling their new uniforms on July 29, 2017.[25]
Uniform sponsorships
Advertisements begin to appear on league uniforms starting this season. As of September 21, 2017, Sixteen teams have confirmed to sign uniform sponsorship deals:
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Atlanta Hawks – Sharecare[26]
Boston Celtics – General Electric[27]
Brooklyn Nets – Infor[28]
Cleveland Cavaliers – Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company[29]
Denver Nuggets – Western Union[30]
Detroit Pistons - Flagstar Bank[31]
Golden State Warriors - Rakuten[32]
Los Angeles Lakers – Wish[33]
Miami Heat - Ultimate Software[34]
Milwaukee Bucks – Harley-Davidson[35]
Minnesota Timberwolves – Fitbit[36]
Orlando Magic – The Walt Disney Company[37]
Philadelphia 76ers – StubHub[38]
Sacramento Kings – Blue Diamond Growers[39]
Toronto Raptors – Sun Life Financial[40]
Utah Jazz – Qualtrics[41]
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On July 6, 2017, the NBA unveiled an update to its logo, featuring new typography and a modified color scheme.
The regular season will start eight days earlier than the previous season. This move by the NBA aims for fewer "back-to-back" games, even fewer than the previous season which had already reached an all-time low to help address teams that are "resting" their superstars.[1]
The NBA have decreased the maximum number of timeouts in a game from eighteen to fourteen. The three team timeouts during the last two minutes of the game was also decreased to two per team in the last three minutes to improve the flow and pace of the game.[43]
The trade deadline was moved from four days after the NBA All-Star Game to ten days before so teams can settle their rosters before the All-Star break.[44]
Free-throw shooters will be assessed a delay-of-game violation if they venture outside of the three-point line in between attempts.[45]
The NBA also introduces the addition of two-way contract players, signifying an increasing partnership between the NBA and the newly branded NBA G League.[46]
Referees can now assess dangerous closeouts of defenders to jump shooters with little space to land for a technical or a flagrant foul. Informally dubbed as the "Zaza rule".[47][48] Also, officials can now assess if a player is in a shooting motion when determining if a perimeter foul is a shooting or a common foul. The type of foul will be determined on the sequencing of the player's movement if the foul happened before or after the player starts a shooting motion. Additionally, they can also assess an offensive foul if an offensive player intentionally lunged into the defender or locked arms to create contact. Informally dubbed as the "Harden rule".[49][50]
On September 28, 2017, the NBA board of governors approved the changes to draft lottery system to discourage teams from losing on purpose. Starting with the 2018–19 NBA season, teams with three worst records will have equal odds at the #1 pick. In addition, the revised draft lottery will consist of selecting the top four teams instead of the usual three that occurred for over two decades.[51] The approval for the change was nearly unanimous, with the exceptions of the Oklahoma City Thunder being the only team to vote against and the Dallas Mavericks abstaining from voting.[52]
On October 3, 2017, the NBA and NBPA announced the changes to the NBA All-Star Game format. The vote leaders for each conferences will be assigned as team captains and will be able to select players from the rest of the starters and the reserves, regardless of the conference they play in, to form their own teams. The newly formed teams will also play for a charity of choice to help the games remain competitive. This marks the first time, the conferences will not play against each other since the inaugural All-Star game. Selection process will remain the same.
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

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Image The 2017 NBA draft was held on June 22, 2017, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. National Basketball Association (NBA) teams took turns selecting amateur U.S. college basketball players and other eligible players, including international players.

The draft lottery took place during the playoffs on May 16, 2017. The 53–29 Boston Celtics, who were also the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference and reached the Eastern Conference Finals at the time of the NBA draft lottery, won the #1 pick with pick swapping rights thanks to a previous trade with the Brooklyn Nets, who had the worst record the previous season. The Los Angeles Lakers, who had risked losing their 2017 first round pick to the Philadelphia 76ers, moved up two spots to get the No. 2 pick, while Philadelphia moved up to receive the No. 3 pick due to the Sacramento Kings moving up in the draft, which activated pick swapping rights the 76ers had from an earlier trade. On June 19, four days before the NBA draft began, the Celtics and 76ers traded their top first round picks to each other, meaning the holders of the top four picks of this year's draft would be exactly the same as the previous year's draft.

The draft class is the youngest draft class ever, with the most freshmen and fewest seniors selected in the first round; the top seven picks in the draft were all college freshmen. It was the third time, and the second in a row, that three players were selected from Serbian team KK Mega Basket in the same draft (Vlatko Čančar, Ognjen Jaramaz, Alpha Kaba), with it previously occurring during the 2014 and 2016 NBA draft. The draft also received a lot of media coverage from ESPN pertaining to eventual No. 2 pick Lonzo Ball and his outspoken father, LaVar Ball, much to the chagrin of many sports fans and even some ESPN employees.

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Rnd. Pick Player Pos. Nationality[n 1] Team School / club team
1 1 Markelle Fultz# PG United States Philadelphia 76ers (from Brooklyn via Boston)[A] Washington (Fr.)
1 2 Lonzo Ball# PG United States Los Angeles Lakers UCLA (Fr.)
1 3 Jayson Tatum# SF United States Boston Celtics (from Sacramento via Philadelphia)[C] Duke (Fr.)
1 4 Josh Jackson# SF United States Phoenix Suns Kansas (Fr.)
1 5 De'Aaron Fox# PG United States Sacramento Kings (from Philadelphia)[C] Kentucky (Fr.)
1 6 Jonathan Isaac# SF/PF United States Orlando Magic Florida State (Fr.)
1 7 Lauri Markkanen# PF Finland Minnesota Timberwolves (traded to Chicago Bulls)[a] Arizona (Fr.)
1 8 Frank Ntilikina# PG France[n 2] New York Knicks SIG Strasbourg (France)
1 9 Dennis Smith Jr.# PG United States Dallas Mavericks NC State (Fr.)
1 10 Zach Collins# C/PF United States Sacramento Kings (from New Orleans,[D] traded to Portland Trail Blazers) Gonzaga (Fr.)
1 11 Malik Monk# SG United States Charlotte Hornets Kentucky (Fr.)
1 12 Luke Kennard# SG United States Detroit Pistons Duke (So.)
1 13 Donovan Mitchell# SG United States Denver Nuggets (traded to Utah Jazz)[c] Louisville (So.)
1 14 Bam Adebayo# C United States Miami Heat Kentucky (Fr.)
1 15 Justin Jackson# SF United States Portland Trail Blazers (traded to Sacramento Kings) North Carolina (Jr.)
1 16 Justin Patton# C United States Chicago Bulls (traded to Minnesota)[a] Creighton (Fr.)
1 17 D. J. Wilson# PF United States Milwaukee Bucks Michigan (Jr.)
1 18 T. J. Leaf# PF Israel/| United States [n 3] Indiana Pacers UCLA (Fr.)
1 19 John Collins# PF United States Atlanta Hawks Wake Forest (So.)
1 20 Harry Giles# PF/C United States Portland Trail Blazers (from Memphis via Denver and Cleveland,[E] traded to Sacramento Kings) Duke (Fr.)
1 21 Terrance Ferguson# SG United States Oklahoma City Thunder Adelaide 36ers (Australia)
1 22 Jarrett Allen# C United States Brooklyn Nets (from Washington)[F] Texas (Fr.)
1 23 OG Anunoby# SF United Kingdom[n 4] Toronto Raptors (from L.A. Clippers via Milwaukee)[G] Indiana (So.)
1 24 Tyler Lydon# PF United States Utah Jazz (traded to Denver Nuggets)[c] Syracuse (So.)
1 25 Anžejs Pasečņiks# C Latvia Orlando Magic (from Toronto,[G] traded to Philadelphia 76ers)[d] Herbalife Gran Canaria (Spain)
1 26 Caleb Swanigan# PF United States Portland Trail Blazers (from Cleveland)[H] Purdue (So.)
1 27 Kyle Kuzma# PF United States Brooklyn Nets (from Boston,[A] traded to Los Angeles Lakers)[e] Utah (Jr.)
1 28 Tony Bradley# PF/C United States Los Angeles Lakers (from Houston, traded to Utah Jazz)[f] North Carolina (Fr.)
1 29 Derrick White# PG/SG United States San Antonio Spurs Colorado (Sr.)
1 30 Josh Hart# SG United States Utah Jazz (from Golden State,[J] traded to Los Angeles Lakers)[f] Villanova (Sr.)
2 31 Frank Jackson# PG United States Charlotte Hornets (from Brooklyn via Atlanta Hawks,[K] traded to New Orleans Pelicans)[g] Duke (Fr.)
2 32 Davon Reed# SG United States Phoenix Suns Miami (Sr.)
2 33 Wesley Iwundu# SF United States Orlando Magic (from L.A. Lakers)[L] Kansas State (Sr.)
2 34 Frank Mason III# PG United States Sacramento Kings (from Philadelphia via New Orleans)[D] Kansas (Sr.)
2 35 Ivan Rabb# PF United States Orlando Magic (traded to Memphis Grizzlies)[h] California (So.)
2 36 Jonah Bolden# PF Australia Philadelphia 76ers (from New York via Utah and Toronto)[J] FMP Beograd (Serbia)
2 37 Semi Ojeleye# SF/PF United States[n 5] Boston Celtics (from Minnesota via Phoenix)[M] SMU (Jr.)
2 38 Jordan Bell# PF United States Chicago Bulls (from Sacramento via Cleveland,[N] traded to Golden State Warriors) Oregon (Jr.)
2 39 Jawun Evans# PG United States Philadelphia 76ers (from Dallas,[O] traded to Los Angeles Clippers)[j] Oklahoma State (So.)
2 40 Dwayne Bacon# SG United States New Orleans Pelicans (traded to Charlotte Hornets)[g] Florida State (So.)
2 41 Tyler Dorsey# SG Greece[n 6] Atlanta Hawks (from Charlotte)[K] Oregon (So.)
2 42 Thomas Bryant# PF United States Utah Jazz (from Detroit,[J] traded to Los Angeles Lakers)[f] Indiana (So.)
2 43 Isaiah Hartenstein# PF/C Germany[n 7] Houston Rockets (from Denver)[P] Žalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania)
2 44 Damyean Dotson# SG United States New York Knicks (from Chicago)[Q] Houston (Sr.)
2 45 Dillon Brooks# SF Canada Houston Rockets (from Portland,[R] traded to Memphis Grizzlies)[k] Oregon (Jr.)
2 46 Sterling Brown# SG United States Philadelphia 76ers (from Miami via Atlanta)[J] traded to Milwaukee Bucks)[l] SMU (Sr.)
2 47 Ike Anigbogu# C United States[n 5] Indiana Pacers UCLA (Fr.)
2 48 Sindarius Thornwell# SG United States Milwaukee Bucks (traded to Los Angeles Clippers)[m] South Carolina (Sr.)
2 49 Vlatko Čančar# SF Slovenia Denver Nuggets (from Memphis via Oklahoma City) Mega Leks (Serbia)
2 50 Mathias Lessort# PF/C France[n 8] Philadelphia 76ers (from Atlanta)[J] Nanterre 92 (France)
2 51 Monte Morris# PG United States Denver Nuggets (from Oklahoma City) Iowa State (Sr.)
2 52 Edmond Sumner# PG United States New Orleans Pelicans (from Washington,[T] traded to Indiana Pacers)[n] Xavier (Jr.)
2 53 Kadeem Allen# SG United States Boston Celtics (from Cleveland) Arizona (Sr.)
2 54 Alec Peters# SF United States Phoenix Suns (from Toronto)[V] Valparaiso (Sr.)
2 55 Nigel Williams-Goss# PG United States Utah Jazz[J] Gonzaga (Jr.)
2 56 Jabari Bird# SG United States Boston Celtics (from L.A. Clippers)[W] California (Sr.)
2 57 Aleksandar Vezenkov# PF Bulgaria[n 9] Brooklyn Nets (from Boston)[A] FC Barcelona Lassa (Spain)
2 58 Ognjen Jaramaz# PG Serbia New York Knicks (from Houston)[X] Mega Leks (Serbia)
2 59 Jaron Blossomgame# SF United States San Antonio Spurs Clemson (Sr.)
2 60 Alpha Kaba# PF/C France Atlanta Hawks (from Golden State via Philadelphia and Utah)[J] Mega Leks (Serbia)
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

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Preseason

Tuesday, October 3
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Brooklyn
New York
BKN 115, NY 107 D'Angelo Russell 19 Pts Tim Hardaway Jr. 17 Pts
Chicago
New Orleans
CHI 113, NO 109 Cristiano Felicio 15 Pts Anthony Davis 24 Pts
Houston
Oklahoma City
HOU 104, OKC 97 Eric Gordon 21 Pts Carmelo Anthony 19 Pts
Phoenix
Portland
PHX 114, POR 112 TJ Warren 24 Pts Caleb Swanigan 18 Pts
Toronto
LA
LAC 98, TOR 84 Blake Griffin 17 Pts DeMar DeRozan 15 Pts
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Wednesday, October 4
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Memphis
Philadelphia
MEM 110, PHI 89 Brandan Wright 16 Pts Jahlil Okafor 13 Pts
Atlanta
Cleveland
ATL 109, CLE 93 Dennis Schroder 18 Pts Kay Felder 13 Pts
Charlotte
Detroit
CHA 108, DET 106 Malik Monk 19 Pts Andre Drummond 16 Pts
Indiana
Milwaukee
IND 104, MIL 86 Myles Turner 17 Pts Gary Payton II 15 Pts
Chicago
Dallas
DAL 118, CHI 71 Harrison Barnes 17 Pts Paul Zipser 12 Pts
Haifa
Utah
UTAH 117, MCH 78 Alec Burks 16 Pts Brandon Bowman 28 Pts
Denver
Los Angeles
DEN 122, LAL 104 Kenneth Faried 22 Pts Kyle Kuzma 21 Pts
Minnesota
Golden State
MIN 111, GS 97 Karl-Anthony Towns 16 Pts Kevin Durant 20 Pts
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Thursday, October 5
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Dallas
Orlando
ORL 112, DAL 89 Aaron Gordon 17 Pts Dennis Smith Jr. 13 Pts
Miami
Brooklyn
BKN 107, MIA 88 Jeremy Lin 16 Pts Tyler Johnson 21 Pts
Shanghai
Houston
HOU 144, SHA 82 Trevor Ariza 18 Pts Josh Emmanuel Akognon 27 Pts
Toronto
Portland
POR 106, TOR 101 Damian Lillard 16 Pts Kyle Lowry 23 Pts
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Friday, October 6
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Boston
Philadelphia
BOS 110, PHI 102 Kyrie Irving 21 Pts Jerryd Bayless 15 Pts
Atlanta
Detroit
DET 109, ATL 87 Avery Bradley 18 Pts Malcolm Delaney 15 Pts
New York
Washington
WSH 104, NY 100 John Wall 19 Pts Enes Kanter 16 Pts
Indiana
Cleveland
IND 106, CLE 102 T.J. Leaf 18 Pts Dwyane Wade 20 Pts
Milwaukee
Chicago
CHI 114, MIL 101 Justin Holiday 21 Pts Giannis Antetokounmpo 24 Pts
New Orleans
Oklahoma City
OKC 102, NO 91 Paul George 25 Pts Anthony Davis 14 Pts
Sacramento
San Antonio
SA 113, SAC 93 Danny Green 20 Pts Willie Cauley-Stein 14 Pts
Phoenix
Utah
UTAH 112, PHX 101 Alec Burks 19 Pts Alex Len 18 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

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Saturday, October 7
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Miami
Orlando
ORL 93, MIA 90 Aaron Gordon 19 Pts Josh Richardson 19 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

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Sunday, October 8
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Golden State
Minnesota
GS 142, MIN 110 Stephen Curry 40 Pts Andrew Wiggins 21 Pts
Cleveland
Washington
WSH 102, CLE 94 Jodie Meeks 13 Pts Jeff Green 19 Pts
Melbourne
Oklahoma City
OKC 86, MEL 85 Paul George 22 Pts Casper Ware 20 Pts
Portland
LA
POR 134, LAC 106 Damian Lillard 35 Pts Blake Griffin 15 Pts
Denver
San Antonio
SA 122, DEN 100 LaMarcus Aldridge 21 Pts Nikola Jokic 19 Pts
New Orleans
Chicago
NO 108, CHI 95 Anthony Davis 37 Pts Denzel Valentine 15 Pts
New York
Brooklyn
BKN 117, NY 83 D'Angelo Russell 16 Pts Willy Hernangomez 17 Pts
Sacramento
Los Angeles
LAL 75, SAC 69 Julius Randle 17 Pts Zach Randolph 16 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

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Monday, October 9
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Indiana
Detroit
DET 107, IND 97 Boban Marjanovic 14 Pts Damien Wilkins 14 Pts
Philadelphia
Boston
BOS 113, PHI 96 Semi Ojeleye 16 Pts Ben Simmons 15 Pts
Charlotte
Miami
MIA 109, CHA 106 Josh Richardson 18 Pts Malik Monk 19 Pts
Memphis
Atlanta
ATL 100, MEM 88 Dennis Schroder 21 Pts James Ennis III 14 Pts
Houston
New York
HOU 117, NY 95 James Harden 36 Pts Tim Hardaway Jr. 21 Pts
Orlando
Dallas
DAL 99, ORL 96 Dennis Smith Jr. 16 Pts D.J. Augustin 24 Pts
Utah
Phoenix
UTAH 120, PHX 102 Ricky Rubio 20 Pts Devin Booker 19 Pts
Portland
Sacramento
POR 97, SAC 83 Jusuf Nurkic 16 Pts Justin Jackson 16 Pts
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Tuesday, October 10
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Detroit
Toronto
TOR 116, DET 94 CJ Miles 19 Pts Ish Smith 22 Pts
Haifa
Indiana
IND 108, MCH 89 Victor Oladipo 18 Pts Josh Smith 16 Pts
Chicago
Cleveland
CHI 108, CLE 94 Justin Holiday 28 Pts LeBron James 17 Pts
Orlando
San Antonio
ORL 103, SA 98 Aaron Gordon 27 Pts LaMarcus Aldridge 16 Pts
Oklahoma City
Denver
OKC 96, DEN 86 Russell Westbrook 20 Pts Will Barton 26 Pts
Utah
Los Angeles
UTAH 105, LAL 99 Rudy Gobert 29 Pts Kyle Kuzma 18 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

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Wednesday, October 11
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Boston
Charlotte
BOS 108, CHA 100 Kyrie Irving 16 Pts Malik Monk 21 Pts
Philadelphia
Brooklyn
PHI 133, BKN 114 Dario Saric 26 Pts D'Angelo Russell 24 Pts
Washington
Miami
MIA 117, WSH 115 Bam Adebayo 15 Pts Jason Smith 20 Pts
Houston
Memphis
HOU 101, MEM 89 James Harden 18 Pts Andrew Harrison 17 Pts
Portland
Phoenix
POR 113, PHX 104 Meyers Leonard 17 Pts Josh Jackson 22 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

Post by Hachiko » Sat Oct 14, 2017 4:53 am

Thursday, October 12
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Dallas
Atlanta
DAL 108, ATL 94 Gian Clavell 19 Pts Kent Bazemore 20 Pts
Sacramento
LA
LAC 104, SAC 87 Blake Griffin 18 Pts Zach Randolph 14 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

Post by Hachiko » Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:57 pm

Friday, October 13
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Dallas
Charlotte
CHA 111, DAL 96 Kemba Walker 18 Pts Harrison Barnes 24 Pts
Cleveland
Orlando
CLE 113, ORL 106 Jose Calderon 18 Pts Aaron Gordon 21 Pts
Washington
New York
WSH 110, NY 103 Bradley Beal 24 Pts Tim Hardaway Jr. 23 Pts
Toronto
Chicago
TOR 125, CHI 104 CJ Miles 27 Pts Justin Holiday 17 Pts
San Antonio
Houston
SA 106, HOU 97 LaMarcus Aldridge 26 Pts Eric Gordon 27 Pts
New Orleans
Memphis
MEM 142, NO 101 Jarell Martin 20 Pts Jordan Crawford 19 Pts
Miami
Philadelphia
PHI 119, MIA 95 Ben Simmons 19 Pts Bam Adebayo 13 Pts
Detroit
Milwaukee
MIL 107, DET 103 Giannis Antetokounmpo 17 Pts Avery Bradley 26 Pts
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Portland
POR 129, MCH 81 Jake Layman 24 Pts Josh Smith 17 Pts
Brisbane
Phoenix
PHX 114, BRI 93 Devin Booker 31 Pts Travis Trice 20 Pts
Los Angeles
LA
LAL 111, LAC 104 Brook Lopez 16 Pts Tyrone Wallace 23 Pts
Sacramento
Golden State
GS 117, SAC 106 Stephen Curry 18 Pts David Stockton 23 Pts
Saturday, October 14
No games scheduled
Sunday, October 15
No games scheduled
Monday, October 16
No games scheduled

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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

Post by Hachiko » Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:58 pm

Regular Season

Tuesday, October 17
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Boston
Cleveland
CLE 102, BOS 99 LeBron James 29 Pts Jaylen Brown 25 Pts
Houston
Golden State
HOU 122, GS 121 James Harden 27 Pts Nick Young 23 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

Post by Hachiko » Tue Oct 24, 2017 4:09 am

Wednesday, October 18
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Philadelphia
Washington
WSH 120, PHI 115 John Wall 28 Pts Robert Covington 29 Pts
Charlotte
Detroit
DET 102, CHA 90 Tobias Harris 27 Pts Kemba Walker 24 Pts
Brooklyn
Indiana
IND 140, BKN 131 Victor Oladipo 22 Pts D'Angelo Russell 30 Pts
Miami
Orlando
ORL 116, MIA 109 Evan Fournier 23 Pts Hassan Whiteside 26 Pts
Milwaukee
Boston
MIL 108, BOS 100 Giannis Antetokounmpo 37 Pts Jaylen Brown 18 Pts
New Orleans
Memphis
MEM 103, NO 91 Mike Conley 27 Pts Anthony Davis 33 Pts
Atlanta
Dallas
ATL 117, DAL 111 Dennis Schroder 28 Pts Nerlens Noel 16 Pts
Denver
Utah
UTAH 106, DEN 96 Rudy Gobert 18 Pts Will Barton 23 Pts
Minnesota
San Antonio
SA 107, MIN 99 LaMarcus Aldridge 25 Pts Andrew Wiggins 26 Pts
Portland
Phoenix
POR 124, PHX 76 Damian Lillard 27 Pts Eric Bledsoe 15 Pts
Houston
Sacramento
HOU 105, SAC 100 James Harden 27 Pts Willie Cauley-Stein 21 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

Post by Hachiko » Tue Oct 24, 2017 4:10 am

Thursday, October 19
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Chicago
Toronto
TOR 117, CHI 100 Jonas Valanciunas 23 Pts Robin Lopez 18 Pts
New York
Oklahoma City
OKC 105, NY 84 Paul George 28 Pts Kristaps Porzingis 31 Pts
LA
Los Angeles
LAC 108, LAL 92 Blake Griffin 29 Pts Brook Lopez 20 Pts
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Re: 2017–18 NBA season

Post by Hachiko » Tue Oct 24, 2017 4:10 am

Friday, October 20
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MATCHUP RESULT WINNER HIGH LOSER HIGH
Cleveland
Milwaukee
CLE 116, MIL 97 LeBron James 24 Pts Giannis Antetokounmpo 34 Pts
Atlanta
Charlotte
CHA 109, ATL 91 Kemba Walker 26 Pts Dennis Schroder 25 Pts
Portland
Indiana
POR 114, IND 96 CJ McCollum 28 Pts Victor Oladipo 17 Pts
Boston
Philadelphia
BOS 102, PHI 92 Kyrie Irving 21 Pts JJ Redick 19 Pts
Detroit
Washington
WSH 115, DET 111 Otto Porter Jr. 28 Pts Reggie Jackson 21 Pts
Orlando
Brooklyn
BKN 126, ORL 121 Trevor Booker 17 Pts Nikola Vucevic 41 Pts
Utah
Minnesota
MIN 100, UTAH 97 Andrew Wiggins 21 Pts Rodney Hood 20 Pts
Sacramento
Dallas
SAC 93, DAL 88 George Hill 21 Pts Harrison Barnes 24 Pts
Golden State
New Orleans
GS 128, NO 120 Klay Thompson 31 Pts Anthony Davis 35 Pts
Los Angeles
Phoenix
LAL 132, PHX 130 Lonzo Ball 29 Pts Eric Bledsoe 28 Pts
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