Who Won Last Night’s NBA Game?

The answer to who won last night’s NBA game is simple – the home team. But if you want to know more about the game, check out our blog post. We’ll give you a rundown of the game, the highlights, and who we think came out on top.

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1.Who won last night’s game?

The Los Angeles Lakers won last night’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers with a score of 93-84.

2.The game recap

It was a matchup of two of the NBA’s best teams, and the game did not disappoint. The Warriors took an early lead, but the Cavaliers fought back and took a slim lead into halftime. The third quarter was all Warriors, as they outscored the Cavaliers 25-15 in the period. However, the Cavaliers fought back again and took a late lead in the fourth quarter. The Warriors had one last chance to win the game, but their shot at the buzzer came up short and the Cavaliers won by a final score of 101-100.

3.The highlights

In last night’s game, the visiting team was leading by 1 point with only seconds left on the clock. The home team’s star player, who had been having an off night, took the ball and drove to the basket, scoring the winning points just as the buzzer sounded.

The highlights of the game showed the star player being mobbed by his teammates, while the opposing team just stood around looking shocked.

4.The player of the game

Player of the Game

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The player of the game is the one who had the biggest impact on the outcome of the game. This could be because they scored a lot of points, or because they made an important defensive play. Often, it is a combination of both. The player of the game is usually one of the star players on the winning team.

5.The game-winning shot

On any given night in the NBA, there are a handful of games that come down to the final possession. And more often than not, it’s the team with the ball last that comes out on top.

For every Damian Lillard or Kyrie Irving game-winner, though, there are just as many misses. Some of them are bad misses, like when JR Smith forgot the score in the 2018 NBA Finals. Others are good looks that just don’t go down, like LeBron James’ potential game-tying 3 in Game 1 of last year’s Finals.

But what separates the successful buzzer-beaters from the unsuccessful ones? It often comes down to a combination of factors, including time, score, who’s open and — perhaps most importantly — which player is taking the shot.

Here’s a look at some of the greatest game-winners in NBA history:

6.The post-game interviews

After the game, both coaches and a selection of players from each team are interviewed by the press. The winning team will be in a good mood and full of praise for each other. The losing team will be tired and fed up, and may well criticize the refereeing or their own performance.

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7.The fan reaction

The Lakers have had a disappointing start to the season, but they showed some grit last night in their come-from-behind victory over the Houston Rockets. The final score was 101-96, and the Lakers now have a record of 4-5.

The game was tight throughout, with neither team able to gain a significant advantage. The Lakers trailed by as many as eight points in the fourth quarter, but they fought back and took the lead with just over a minute to play. Houston had a chance to tie the game in the final seconds, but their shot went wide, and the Lakers held on for the win.

The fan reaction to this game has been mixed. Some fans are thrilled that the team was able to pull out a win, while others are concerned about the way they played for most of the game. Either way, it should be an interesting rest of the season for Lakers fans.

8.The social media reaction

As the final score became clear, social media lit up with reaction to the game. Fans of both teams took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the game. Some were happy with the result, while others were disappointed. Some even called for changes to be made to the team’s roster.

9.The next game

The next game is set to take place on October 29th, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. EST. The Los Angeles Lakers will take on the Denver Nuggets.

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