Stephen Curry scored a layup with 0.2 seconds left to provide the Golden State Warriors a 141-139 win over the Oklahoma Metropolis Thunder in one of many seven NBA season openers on Friday evening.
Initially, it was dominated a no basket resulting from offensive goaltending. The decision was overturned, and the Warriors received their second straight win on the final second. On Wednesday evening, Klay Thompson scored with lower than a second left to seal the win over Sacramento.
Dario Saric scored 20 factors and Chris Paul made 13 assists as Golden State superior to 5-1. Lou Dort scored 29 factors for Oklahoma Metropolis. Scoring chief Shai Gilgeous-Alexander sat out with a sprained left knee.
New York Knicks 105-110 Milwaukee Bucks
Damian Lillard scored 30 factors, hitting the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1 minute and three minutes remaining, as Milwaukee overtook New York.
The Bucks withstood an amazing efficiency from Jalen Brunson, who scored 45 factors and gave the Knicks their first lead because the starting of the second quarter by scoring 3 factors with one minute and 10 minutes remaining within the recreation.
Lillard made all 12 of his free throws. Giannis Antetokounmpo added 22 factors, eight rebounds and 6 assists.
Brooklyn Nets 109-107 Chicago Bulls
Dorian Finney-Smith scored 21 factors and Mikal Bridges added 20 factors as Brooklyn beat Chicago.
Cam Thomas added 17 factors and the Nets made sufficient performs down the stretch and got here away with the win when the Bulls’ Zach LaVine lengthy jumper on the buzzer hit the rim.
Vinnie Smith hit 5 3-pointers. Bridges and Thomas every made three from past the arc, and the Nets gained their third straight after opening 0-2.
DeMar DeRozan and Zach LaVine every scored 24 factors for Chicago.
Washington Wizards 114-121 Miami Warmth
Tyler Herro scored 24 factors and made a triple help to guide Miami to victory over Washington, erasing a four-game deficit.
Herro added 10 rebounds and 9 assists. Jimmy Butler added 20 factors, and Bam Adebayo and Duncan Robinson added 18 factors for the Warmth, who scored 60 p.c.
Kyle Kuzma scored 22 factors for Washington.
Cleveland Cavaliers 116-121 Indiana Pacers
Myles Turner scored 27 factors, Tyrese Haliburton added 18 factors and 13 assists as Indiana beat Cleveland.
Donavan Mitchell scored 38 factors, 9 assists and 5 rebounds for Cleveland. The Cavaliers overcame an 18-point deficit to take a four-point lead within the fourth quarter.