Wednesday's NBA slate featured ten games around the league, with no shortage of action and a host of top talents squaring off.
If you missed any of the games, we've got you covered with all the storylines, best fantasy performers, can't-miss highlights and box scores from everything around the Association.
Thunder's 4th quarter rally
In front of their home fans, the Brooklyn Nets were in complete control of the contest against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
A two-point lead after one was stretched out to a 16 point advantage at the half. The Nets then went into the fourth with an 18 point buffer.
All this despite a triple-double from Russell Westbrook and 22 points from Paul George.
Then the momentum shifted in the fourth quarter as George went to another level.
Paul George (47 PTS) catches fire and pours in 25 4th quarter PTS to lead the @okcthunder comeback! #ThunderUp pic.twitter.com/DdXA3Sb8SE- NBA (@NBA) December 6, 2018
Carrying the Thunder all the way back into the contest, George knocked down the enormous final three of the game to hand his team the win.
In total, the Nets had 19 points in the final frame, George ended it with 25 points alone ... giving him 47 for the night.
Curry shoots the lights out in Cleveland
One of the games greatest shooters produced some more magic on Wednesday as he returned to Cleveland.
An NBA Finals rematch didn't quite have the same feel, but Curry added the necessary spice to the clash.
The two-time MVP proved unstoppable as he continually torched the Cavs defenders from all over the floor.
guess who hit another 3- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) December 6, 2018
(hint: it's his 9th tonight)
📺 @NBCSAuthentic pic.twitter.com/cR1ZxX7Dpo
Curry ended the contest with a huge line of 42 points, nine rebounds and seven assists. His 42 included an absurd nine threes.
Despite the Warriors not looking anywhere near their best, they cruised to the 24 point victory.
Beal carries Wizards to big-time W
No John Wall, no Dwight Howard ... no problems for the Washington Wizards.
With Bradley Beal leading the way, the Wizards made light work of the Hawks as they jumped out to the 23 point halftime lead.
Running the offence, Beal was at his dominant best as he continually picked apart the Hawks' defence.
.@RealDealBeal23 with 3️⃣6️⃣ points and your @Biofreeze Performance of the Night.#WizHawks | #DCFamily pic.twitter.com/qNQns7OfCN- Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) December 6, 2018
The guard ended the night with a stuffed stat sheet of 36 points, six rebounds and nine assists.
Their road trip will continue with a clash in Cleveland against the Cavaliers on Sunday.
Best fantasy performers
Steph Curry: 42 points (11-20 FG), 9 rebounds, 7 assists
Kevin Durant: 25 points (9-16 FG), 10 rebounds, 9 assists
Paul George: 47 points (15-27 FG), 15 rebounds, 4 assists
Russell Westbrook: 21 points (9-23 FG), 15 rebounds, 17 assists
Kawhi Leonard: 36 points (13-24 FG), 9 rebounds, 5 steals
Bradley Beal: 36 points (12-22 FG), 6 rebounds, 9 assists
Julius Randle: 27 points (11-16 FG), 18 rebounds
Jimmy Butler: 36 points (14-26 FG), 10 rebounds
Karl Anthony-Towns: 35 points (13-20 FG), 12 rebounds
LeBron James: 42 points (15-24 FG), 5 rebounds, 6 assists
Russ takes out his anger on the rim
👀 Russ slams home the HUGE dunk 💪 #ThunderUp #NBA League Pass: https://t.co/X1MFHEAQNA pic.twitter.com/0Yz5TXHdOV- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) December 6, 2018
Oh my Giannis
By the transitive property, Giannis just dunked over car. 😱#FearTheDeer pic.twitter.com/5d3TeKFexz- Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) December 6, 2018
🇦🇺 @BenSimmons25 with the amazing vision to find Jimmy! 👀🔥 #HereTheyCome pic.twitter.com/uHGQgjUEXF- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) December 6, 2018
T Ross with the clutch bomb
Terrence Ross with ice in his veins to force OT ❄️❄️ #PureMagic pic.twitter.com/KeCTpXb7zx- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) December 6, 2018
Paul George nails the dagger
Paul George completes the miraculous comeback with the dagger 🎯 #ThunderUp pic.twitter.com/Qfkyqp99fu- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) December 6, 2018
Warriors at Cavs | Nuggets at Magic | Wizards at Hawks
Thunder at Nets | 76ers at Raptors | Clippers at Grizzlies
Pistons at Bucks | Hornets at Wolves | Mavs at Pelicans
Spurs at Lakers