On October 26, ten NBA teams hit the hard court and battled it out for the 2017-2018 NBA regular season. Lauri Markkanen, Justin Holiday, and David Nwaba of the Chicago Bulls each record a double-double. Giannis Antetokounmpo and DeMarcus Cousins also posted a double-double but each of their teams fell short.

The Los Angeles Clippers remain undefeated after Blake Griffin's three-pointer at the buzzer against the Portland Trail Blazers while the Chicago Bulls got their first win of the season.

Atlanta Hawks vs. Chicago Bulls

The Atlanta Hawks lost to the Chicago Bulls 91-86.

Marco Belinelli of the Atlanta Hawks had 23 points in five out of nine three-point shooting, two rebounds, and two assists while Robin Lopez of the Chicago Bulls had 16 points in eight out of 19 field goal shooting, eight rebounds, and four assists.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Memphis Grizzlies

Harrison Barnes' 22 points in nine out of 20 field goal shooting while making all three of his free-throw attempts, eleven points, and one assist were not enough to help the Dallas Mavericks past the Memphis Grizzlies as they lost 96-91. Marc Gasol led the Memphis Grizzlies recorded 25 points in eight of 16 field goal shooting, 13 rebounds, and three assists.

Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks

The Boston Celtics defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 96-89 with Al Horford leading the Celtics with 27 points after making four out of his five three-point attempts, nine rebounds, and four assists.

Giannis Antetokounmpo tallied 28 points in ten out of 21 field goal shooting, ten rebounds, and seven assists.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Portland Trail Blazers

The Los Angeles Clippers won in a close 104-103 game against the Portland Trail Blazers. Blake Griffin led the Los Angeles Clippers with 25 points in ten out of 16 field goal shooting, eight rebounds, and five assists while Damian Lillard finished the game with 25 points after winning four of his nine three-point attempts, two rebounds, and six assists.

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Sacramento Kings

DeMarcus Cousins carried the New Orleans Pelicans to a 114-106 victory over the Sacramento Kings. Cousins recorded 41 points in 14 out of 25 field goal shooting while making ten of his 12 free-throw attempts, 23 rebounds, and six assists while Sacramento's Zach Randolph scored 13 points in five out of 12 field goal attempts and grabbed nine rebounds while dishing three assists.