5 amazing NBA player performances from November 20 games

These five players put up some great numbers in wins for their teams on Tuesday.

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, NBA players and their teams are preparing for feasts, family, and fun. On Tuesday night, four games were on the slate for the NBA, and there were some noteworthy performances. Here are five players who stood out in victories for their teams.


Damian Lillard - Portland Trail Blazers

The Blazers improved to 12-5 on Tuesday night thanks to their star backcourt. McCollum had 31 points while Lillard put up an impressive stat line of 29 points, eight assists, and six rebounds. That helped Portland defeat the Knicks, 118-114.


John Wall - Washington Wizards

Recent headlines have suggested trades are on the way for the Wizards. That includes Wall, who still can ball like the best of them. He put up 30 points, dished out eight assists, and grabbed four rebounds. He also had two steals and two blocks to fill up his stat line in a 125-118 win over the Clippers.


Bradley Beal - Washington Wizards

Beal has also been mentioned in recent trade rumor headlines. However, he continues to show his value as a member of the Wizards. Tuesday night's stats included 27 points on 8-for-17 shooting along with seven assists and three rebounds. Will Beal be the first All-Star player traded as Washington tries to rebuild?


D'Angelo Russell - Brooklyn Nets

Brooklyn's D'Angelo Russell was in the house, in Miami, on Tuesday night. The former No. 2 draft pick led the way for the Nets with 20 points, nine rebounds, six assists, and four steals. That helped the Nets defeat the Heat 104-92 and Brooklyn improved to 8-10 for the season.


Kawhi Leonard - Toronto Raptors

In Tuesday's Raptors vs. Magic game, both sides struggled offensively. However, Leonard led Toronto with 18 points on 8-of-16 shooting. The former NBA Finals MVP also grabbed six rebounds, gave two assists, and had a steal as his team picked up a much-needed two-point win on the road.

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