Saturday night produced plenty of quality NBA action, with a massive 10-game slate, producing some marquee matchups bigger highlights.
If you missed any of the action, we've got you covered with the top storylines, best fantasy performers and can't-miss plays of the day.
Jimmy Butler called game, while Kemba exploded for 60 points
Jimmy Butler stood up down the stretch for the Philadelphia 76ers, coming up with two big plays to seal the win for Philly.
With the scores tied at 119-119, Butler produced huge block on Kemba Walker, saving the ball to set up his game-winning moment.
On the following posession, Butler pulled up for a dagger three-pointer with 0.3 seconds remaining to give Philly the win and spoil Kemba Walker's big night.
Jimmy Butler buries the game-winning three-pointer 🎯 as the #Sixers edge the #Hornets 122-119 #HereTheyCome pic.twitter.com/W7vUzzovvS- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) November 18, 2018
Walker exploded for a Hornets franchise-record 60 POINTS, seven rebounds, four assists and four steals, shooting a red-hot 21-of-34 from the field, going 6-of-14 from three.
Three-pointers, jump shots, layups....Kemba Walker gave the 76ers all of it, finding a variety of ways to pile on the points.
Check out his best plays from the game below
🚨HIGHLIGHTS🚨 Kemba Walker dropped a career-high and single-game franchise-record 60 points in tonight's game 🔥 #Hornets30 pic.twitter.com/fgfXCp3Wxh- Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) November 18, 2018
Magic snap Lakers' four-game win streak
The Los Angeles Lakers got their three-game road trip off to a slow start, going down to the Orlando Magic 130-117.
Coming off a great win against the Blazers at home on Thursday (AEDT), the Lakers struggled to keep pace with the Magic who outscored them 75-50 through the second and third quarters, to take control of the game.
LeBron James led the Lakers with 22 points, seven assists and four rebounds, while Brandon Ingram had 17 points. The rest of the other Lakers starters struggled on offence, with the second unit of Lance Stephenson (19 points), Josh Hart (13), Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (10) and Svi Mykhailiuk (8) keeping the Lakers in the contest.
Nikola Vucevic was the star man for the Magic, with 36 points, 13 rebounds and two steals, while D.J. Augustine recorded 22 points and seven assists.
Mavericks hand Warriors third loss in four games
Don't look now, but the Dallas Mavericks have won four straight games.
Luka Doncic led the way with 24 points, nine rebounds and eight assists including two clutch free throws with seven seconds remaining to give the Mavs a four-point lead and put the game out of reach.
Doncic got things going for the Mavericks early on with 12 points in the first quarter. He had 14 at the half but Kevin Durant's 18 first-half points gave the Warriors a two-point lead going into halftime. Durant stayed hot with 11 points in the third quarter, bringing him to 29 points going into the final frame with a four-point lead. His ice-cold fourth quarter (1-for-7 shooting) wasn't enough to get the job done for the Warriors, falling 112-109 to the Mavericks.
Harrison Barnes played his part with 23 points and DeAndre Jordan added a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds to bring the Mavericks to 7-8 on the season. The Warriors have now lost three out of their last four games and are 12-5 on the season.
An intriguing stat to take away from Doncic's performance so far: the last two players with as many points, rebounds and assists as Doncic has through 15 career games - Magic Johnson and Oscar Robertson.
Best Fantasy Performers
Kemba Walker: 60 points (21-of-34 FG, 6 3PT) seven rebounds, four assists and four steals
Joel Embiid: 33 points (9-of-23 FG), 11 rebounds,three asssits and two blocks
Ben Simons 23 points (7-of-13 FG), 11 rebounds, nine assists and two steals
Niola Vucevic: 36 points (15-of-23 FG), 13 rebounds and two steals
Nikola Jokic: 25 points (10-of-20 FG), 10 rebounds and eight assists
Anthony Davis: 40 points (10-of-20 FG, 20-of-21 FT), eight rebounds and eight assists
Donovan Mitchell 28 points (10-of-21 FG), three rebounds and six assist, three steals
James Harden: 34 points (10-of-17 FG), eight assists, four rebounds and three steals
Kevin Durant: 33 points (11-of-24 FG), four rebounds and three assists
Luka Doncic: 24 points (9-of-20 FG), nine rebouinds and four assists
Lonzo and LeBron combine for the jam
"Lonzo spins... LeBron LOOKOUT!" 😤💥#LakeShow 46#PureMagic 52- NBA (@NBA) November 18, 2018
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De'Aaron Fox with the tough finish at the rim
How in the world did Swipa finish this!? 🦊 pic.twitter.com/M1Z6poYDU8- Bleacher Report NBA (@BR_NBA) November 18, 2018
Tatum with two hands
Tatum's not backing down at the rim 😤 pic.twitter.com/4MqkLDWSrv- Bleacher Report NBA (@BR_NBA) November 18, 2018
Landry Shamet goes baseline for the dunk
Rookie Landry Shamet shows off the hops to throw it down #HereTheyCome- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) November 18, 2018
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Simmons making the putback look easy
Simmons skies for the putback JAM 🔨- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) November 18, 2018
The Aussie is closing in on a triple-double early in the 3rd Q (10 PTS | 9 REB | 7 AST)
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Clippers at Nets | Sixers at Hornets | Hawks at Pacers
Lakers at Magic | Nuggets at Pelicans | Jazz at Celtics
Raptors at Bulls | Kings at Rockets | Warriors at Mavericks
Thunder at Suns