Top 5 NBA player performances for November 6

With just four games on the slate, these five NBA stars stepped up big for team wins.

There were just a handful of NBA games on the schedule for Tuesday, November 6. However, there were still at least five players who came through to help their teams get the W. Among Tuesday's NBA results winners were the Charlotte Hornets, Brooklyn Nets, Portland Trail Blazers, and Dallas Mavericks.


CJ McCollum - Portland Trail Blazers

With Damian Lillard contributing slightly less than usually, it was backcourt teammate McCollum who really stepped up. McCollum finished Tuesday night's game against Milwaukee with a 17-of-26 shooting performance, good for 40 points. The Portland guard also had six assists, five boards. and four steals, in a 118-104 victory.


Kemba Walker - Charlotte Hornets

Walker continues his push to be a part of NBA All-Star weekend in Charlotte with impressive performances. On Tuesday night, Walker shot 12-of-22 with four three-pointers made which was good for 29 points. He added seven assists, three boards, three steals, and a block to help the Hornets win 113-102.


Caris LeVert - Brooklyn Nets

It's not often that a Nets player hits the top five, but they've quietly amassed a 5-6 record in the Eastern Conference. Tuesday night saw Caris LeVert lead the way with a 26-point performance in Phoenix. LeVert also grabbed five boards, and then had an assist, block, and steal to complete his stat line. The Nets won 104-82 and are almost .500 now.


Luka Doncic - Dallas Mavericks

While Trae Young has been doing his thing in Atlanta, fellow rookie Luka Doncic may emerge as a ROY candidate this season. The Mavericks were able to defeat the Wizards, 119-100, on Tuesday night, behind several great performances. Among them was Doncic's team-higher 23 points on 9-of-16 shooting, along with six boards, three assists, and a steal.


Harrison Barnes - Dallas Mavericks

Joining his teammate on the top five for Tuesday night is Harrison Barnes. The Mavs' small forward had a double-double of 19 points and 13 boards to go with two steals and three assists. It helped Dallas improve to 3-7 on the season and seems to bode well for the future based on the talent this roster has to offer.

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