There were 11 games on Wednesday's NBA slate, with no shortage of the league's top teams and talent on display.
If you missed any of the action, don't sweat it, because we have you covered with all of the top storylines, best fantasy performers and can't miss highlights!
The Pacers mean business
Without Victor Oladipo playing, the Pacers not only kept their heads above water ... they continued to thrive in the Eastern Conference.
With their All-Star guard back they showed they're a force to be reckoned with.
Taking on the second place Milwaukee Bucks, the Pacers burst out of the gates and never took their foot off the gas.
VICTOR FOR THREE!#BoomBaby pic.twitter.com/NwK6xvC2QM- Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) December 13, 2018
The win makes it five in a row for the Pacers and pushes their 2018-19 record to 18-10.
A divide has emerged at the top of the Eastern Conference standings and the Pacers proved on Thursday they truly belong with the contenders.
Irving and Wall put on a show
Two of the most dazzling point guards in the Eastern Conference went toe-to-toe and the matchup did not disappoint.
Boston and Washington couldn't be split in regulation, so to overtime they went.
That was when the show started.
With the game up for grabs, the guards duelled and left fans in awe. Irving knocked down a big three before Wall answered with a trademark drive down the lane.
Locked at 125, it was Irving who came up with the biggest moment of the game as he drilled the DEEP three.
Kyrie vs. John Wall in OT was 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/aaghFsAN7h- SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 13, 2018
Boston escaped with the 130-125 victory against a gallant Wizards team, as Irving finished with 38 points and 7 assists, while Wall had 34 points and 13 assists.
Raptors stun Warriors on the road
Despite Kawhi Leonard being sidelined with a hip injury, the Toronto Raptors didn't miss a beat, handing the Warriors a 20-point loss at ORACLE Arena.
All five Raptors starters scored in double figures, with Serge Ibaka and Kyle Lowry leading the charge for the second-straight game. Toronto has now won seven of the eight games Kawhi has missed this season, with Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet stepping up of late.
Toronto picked up the pace from the outset, scoring 25 fast-break points Golden State's 12 and scoring 58 of their 113 points in the paint.
Fred VanVleet turns defense into offense! 👏- NBA (@NBA) December 13, 2018
End of Q3 in Oakland:#WeTheNorth 82#DubNation 67
Ibaka: 18 PTS, 11 REB
Lowry: 16 PTS, 11 AST, 5 REB
KD: 25 PTS, 7 REB, 5 AST
Headed to the 4th on ESPN pic.twitter.com/m7b56bauZZ
As impressive as the Raptors were on offence, they did a fantastic job limiting the Warriors on the other end, holding Steph Curry to just 10 points and Klay Thompson to 14 - the duo combined to shoot 2-of-13 from the three-point line.
The Warriors scored 93 points against the Raptors.- ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 13, 2018
That is their 4th-fewest in a game in which Curry, Durant, Thompson and Green all play. (107th game when all 4 play) pic.twitter.com/CCRcUsKkT5
Their teammates weren't much better as the squad combining for 6-of-26 from beyond the arc. Kevin Durant led Golden State with 30 points on the night.
Toronto raced out of the gates in the first quarter, taking a 31-22 lead, keeping their foot on the gas to go into the half up 57-41, never letting the Warriors back into the game, in a big win for the Eastern Conference leaders on the second night of a back-to-back.
Anthony Davis overpowers OKC
The Thunder entered today's game as one of the league's hottest teams, sitting at the top of the Western Conference, but they simply had no answer for the wrecking ball performance of Anthony Davis.
Davis poured in 44 points on 16-for-32 shooting and 11-for-11 from the free throw line, grabbing 18 rebounds in a physical contest with OKC's Steven Adams, to lead the Pelicans to a 118-114 win.
Anthony Davis was unstoppable against #OKC, stuffing the stat sheet to lead the #Pelicans to a 118-114 win #DoItBig- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) December 13, 2018
📊 44 PTS | 18 REB | 16-32 FG pic.twitter.com/ffon06eVq2
New Orleans looked in control late as it was up 116-109 with less than 1:20 remaining, but a pair of turnovers led to five quick points for OKC, bringing them to within striking distance.
Down two, Russell Westbrook's three late at the end of the shot clock rimmed out, but Julius Randle missed a pair of free throws to give OKC another chance. Alex Abrines' three-point attempt was off and the Pelicans sealed the W with a pair of Solomon Hill free throws.
The Pelicans were clinical at the line, converting 24-for-30 attempts, compared to OKC's 17-for-27.
While AD was the man for New Orleans, he got plenty of help from Jrue Holiday, who had 20 points and 10 assists on the night, while Julius Randle added 22 points and 12 rebounds.
The now 17-9 Thunder were led by Paul George's 25 points, 11 rebounds and five assists, with Westbrook adding 20 points and seven assists and Steven Adams finishing with 20 points. Dennis Schroder provided a bright spark off the bench with 24 points of his own.
Best fantasy performers
Joel Embiid : 33 points (12-18 FG), 17 rebounds, 6 assists
Kyrie Irving : 38 points (12-28 FG), 7 assists
John Wall : 34 points (14-26 FG), 6 rebounds, 13 assists
CJ McCollum : 40 points (16-27 FG), 5 rebounds
Blake Griffin : 26 points (9-16 FG), 10 rebounds, 7 assists
Anthony Davis : 44 points (16-32 FG), 18 rebounds
Luka Doncic: 24 points (5-14 FG, 12-15 FT), 10 rebounds and six assists
John Collins: 20 points (10-22 FG), 17 rebounds
Trae Young: 24 points (11-20 FG), 10 assists and two steals
Kyle Lowr: 23 points (9-18 FG), 12 assists, five rebounds and three steals
Kevin Durant: 30 points (13-22 FG), seven rebounds and five assists
Don't get in Giannis' way
There's just no stopping @Giannis_An34 💪 #FearTheDeer pic.twitter.com/xy4N2wrjw7- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) December 13, 2018
OH MY KD!
THX KEVIN 🔨- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) December 13, 2018
📺 @NBCSAuthentic / @ESPN pic.twitter.com/U3mvVQKAJH
Simmons powers home the oop
McConnell threw it all the way ⬆️- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) December 13, 2018
Simmons powered it ⬇️ #HereTheyCome
📺 #NBALeaguePass https://t.co/X1MFHEAQNA pic.twitter.com/PgwaOPss03
Lamb comes up CLUTCH
Jeremy Lamb has ice in his veins! ❄️❄️ #Hornets30 pic.twitter.com/Jq3ri0gg4t- NBA Australia (@NBA_AU) December 13, 2018
Anthony Davis spreading his wings
Anthony Davis puts up 18 3rd Q PTS for the @PelicansNBA on ESPN! #doitBIG pic.twitter.com/5BB7Awf2fS- NBA (@NBA) December 13, 2018
Rookie on rookie!
Luka denies Trae 👀 pic.twitter.com/5jcJGZs2AI- Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 13, 2018
Knox sends it flying!!
Knox spiked it 🖐 pic.twitter.com/IAb7rEMFPv- Bleacher Report NBA (@BR_NBA) December 13, 2018
Cleveland has a new MVP
M-V-P! M-V-P!@matthewdelly is undefeated at @TheQArena. @Larrydn22 knows. 👍#BeTheFight pic.twitter.com/Pt8GoS9Pzp- Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) December 13, 2018
Pistons at Hornets | Knicks at Cavaliers | Bucks at Pacers
Nets at Sixers | Celtics at Wizards | Blazers at Grizzlies
Thunder at Pelicans | Hawks at Mavericks | Heat at Jazz
Wolves at Kings | Raptors at Warriors