NBA's top 5 player performances for March 11 games

Los Angeles Clippers reserve player Lou Williams made NBA history on Monday (Mar. 11). - [NBA / YouTube screencap]
Los Angeles Clippers reserve player Lou Williams made NBA history on Monday (Mar. 11). - [NBA / YouTube screencap]

These five players stepped it up for games played on Monday, March 11.

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1

Lou Williams - Los Angeles Clippers

On Monday night, the reigning Sixth Man of the Year Award winner made some new history. He officially became the NBA's all-time leading scorer off the bench. Williams tallied 34 points, five assists, and four rebounds in a win over the Celtics. He now has 11,154 career points off the bench, which has him ahead of former No. 1, Dell Curry.

2

Collin Sexton - Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cavs' rookie keeps showing why he could be part of a successful future in Cleveland. On Monday, he helped lead his team to an improbable win over the visiting Raptors. Sexton had 28 points, five assists, and four rebounds in the win.

3

James Harden - Houston Rockets

It wasn't the best shooting night for the reigning NBA MVP, but Harden put together a nice stat line and a win. He tallied 28 points, 10 assists, and six boards in his team's 118-106 home win over the Hornets.

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