Victor Wembanyama achieves second-fastest NBA triple-double; Spurs win, Celtics triumph

Posted : 11 January 2024

Victor Wembanyama showcased his talent with the first triple-double of his NBA career during the San Antonio Spurs' 130-108 victory over the Detroit Pistons, achieving 16 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists in just 21 minutes—the second-fastest in NBA history.

Meanwhile, the Boston Celtics extended their impressive home form with a 127-120 overtime win against the Minnesota Timberwolves, setting a franchise record with 18 consecutive home victories to start the season. Jayson Tatum led with 45 points, contributing to their success.

The Golden State Warriors faced a setback with a 141-105 home defeat to the New Orleans Pelicans, marking their sixth loss in eight matches. Despite Nikola Jokic's historic milestone, the Denver Nuggets fell to a 124-111 loss against the Utah Jazz.

Additionally, Domantas Sabonis propelled the Sacramento Kings to a 123-98 win over the Charlotte Hornets, while the Indiana Pacers secured a 112-104 victory against the Washington Wizards.

The Philadelphia 76ers suffered their third consecutive defeat (139-132) against the Atlanta Hawks, and the Chicago Bulls claimed a 124-119 overtime win over the Houston Rockets.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander guided the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 128-120 road victory over the Miami Heat, and the LA Clippers prevailed with a 126-120 win against the Toronto Raptors.


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