5 winning NBA player performances for Friday, November 30

These five players brought their A-games to the NBA court on Friday night.

Friday night (Nov. 30) featured another busy night of NBA games on the schedule. It included wins for the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers, OKC Thunder, and the Houston Rockets. Here are five NBA players who stood out in their performances from the hardwood.


Mike Conley - Memphis Grizzlies

For a few seasons, the Grizzlies were looking like a mediocre squad incapable of any more success. They're doing decent this latest season thanks to Conley and his cast. The Memphis point guard had 37 points, five boards, and 10 assists in a 131-125 double-overtime win over Brooklyn.


Andre Drummond - Detroit Pistons

The double-double machine was back on the court for another victory on Friday night. This time around it was 19 points and 20 rebounds for Drummond along with two assists. That helped his team defeat the Bulls 107-88.


Donovan Mitchell - Utah Jazz

Mitchell wasn't the NBA Rookie of the Year last season but he's still playing like an All-Star. On Friday night, it was 30 points, six rebounds, and six assists. That was big as the Jazz won on the road at Charlotte, 119-111.


Kyrie Irving - Boston Celtics

The Celtics are staying afloat above the .500 level thanks to Irving among others. The All-Star guard had 29 points, four rebounds, and four assists in his team's home win over the Cavaliers on Friday night.


Russell Westbrook - Oklahoma City Thunder

The former NBA MVP was just one rebound shy of another triple-double for his resume. However, a stat line of 23 points, 10 assists, and nine rebounds helped OCK take down the Atlanta Hawks, 124-109.

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