There wasn't anybody on Portland's roster who could guard Bradley Beal as he torched the Trail Blazers for 51 points. Russell Westbrook notched another triple-double as the Thunder got the win they desperately needed. Donovan Mitchell continues to impress for the Jazz, and the Raptors cruised to victory.

Wizards (13-11 ) defeat Trail Blazers (13-11) 106-92

The Wizards were awful against Utah on Monday (Dec. 4), scoring just 69 points for the game. But after that embarrassment, the Wizards took out their frustration on the Trail Blazers in Portland on Tuesday (Dec.

5). While Washington was up just two after one, they extended their lead to 14 points by halftime. Bradley Beal led the way in the first half with 19 points, but was even more sensational in the second half, adding 32 more. Three times in the fourth quarter, the Trail Blazers cut the deficit to single digits, but each time Beal answered with a bucket.

Beal poured in 51 points on 21-of-37 shooting. Take a look at some of his highlights.

Thunder (11-12) defeat Jazz (13-12) 100-94

With all the fanfare surrounding Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Carmelo Anthony, the Thunder came into the game dead last in the Northwest Division. Utah, on the other hand, stepped onto the court, having won six straight and blew the doors off the Wizards Monday (Dec. 4) night.

The Jazz continued their strong play versus Oklahoma City, taking an early nine-point lead after the first quarter. Despite 17 points from Westbrook, Utah maintained a 47-39 halftime lead.

The Jazz upped their lead to 12 in the third quarter, but the Thunder stormed back in the fourth. Oklahoma City went on an immediate 12-2 run to slash the lead to two.

A Paul George jump shot made it a one-point game, and Westbrook put the Thunder ahead with 4:10 remaining. Utah briefly reclaimed the lead, but a George layup and free throw took it right back. Oklahoma City outscored the Jazz 7-2 in the final 1:17 to secure the victory. Westbrook finished with 34 points, 13 rebounds, and 14 assists.

Rookie Donovan Mitchell had a team-high 31 points for Utah.

Raptors (15-7) defeat Suns (9-17) 126-113

Devin Booker was fantastic Monday (Dec. 4) night in the Suns’ victory over the 76ers, scoring 46 points on Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. Phoenix also had a strong showing against Boston on Saturday (Dec. 2) in a loss, but came back down to Earth versus the Raptors. Toronto jumped out to a 36-23 lead with Kyle Lowry scoring 13 points on 5-of-6 shooting.

The Suns battled back some in the second quarter, trimming the deficit to nine by halftime. However, the Raptors pushed their lead to 18 points by the end of the third. Phoenix couldn't get any closer than nine before losing by 13. Lowry and DeMar DeRozan combined for 40 points, 13 rebounds, and 18 assists. Booker led the Suns with 19 points.