Our experts break down the new rankings and where the Warriors and Suns fall after splitting a pair of matchups last week.
- 10/21W 113-87
- 10/23L 101-95
- 10/25W 122-104
- 10/27W 102-99
- 10/28L 122-111
- 10/30L 122-94
- 11/1W 118-111
- 11/3L 117-108
- 11/4L 116-98
- 11/6L 121-117
- 11/8L 127-113
- 11/9L 110-98
- 11/12L 105-96
- 11/14W 120-100
- 11/15W 129-111
- 11/17W 110-99
- 11/20W 115-105
- 11/22W 113-101
- 11/24W 124-106
- 11/26W 132-100
- 11/27L 99-90
- 12/1W 114-111
- 12/3L 98-96
- 12/5L 130-127
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— Miles Bridges scored 32 points and the Charlotte Hornets, without four players, leaned on their best 3-point shooting game of the season and beat the Atlanta Hawks 130-127 on Sunday night.
Friday night in the NBA was full of entertaining games. Here's what you missed from the best action from the early part of the weekend slate.
— After playing only .500 ball through 22 games, the Philadelphia 76ers finally produced a win capable of turning around their season.
— Trae Young made two crucial free throws in the final seconds of a hard-fought victory on Wednesday night, but lamented a turnover that put the Atlanta Hawks in a precarious last-second situation.
The write-in choices for the New York City mayor's race were released Wednesday. After dominating in Madison Square Garden in the playoffs, Young got a vote. However, Knicks players and Aaron Judge also got votes.
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— Alec Burks scored 23 points, Evan Fournier added 20 and the New York Knicks beat the Hawks 99-90 on Saturday night, snapping Atlanta’s seven-game winning streak.
— Trae Young had 31 points and 10 assists to lead the Atlanta Hawks to a 132-100 victory Friday night over the Memphis Grizzlies, who lost star point guard Ja Morant to a left knee injury.
— The Atlanta Hawks are enjoying their longest winning streak of the season just two weeks after enduring their longest skid.
— Trae Young scored 21 of his 30 points in the second half, Clint Capela finished with 10 points and 15 rebounds, and the Atlanta Hawks closed a perfect five-game homestand with a 113-101 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday night.
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— Clint Capela had 20 points and 15 rebounds, Trae Young scored 19 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Charlotte Hornets 115-105 on Saturday night.
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