Foye Game Winner Caps 11-Game NBA Monday Night

Randy Foye Game Winner

Randy Foye hit an unbelievable three-pointer to sink the LA Clippers to give the Denver a 116-115 victory at the Pepsi Centre.

In what was arguably the game of the night, Denver managed to steal the win at the buzzer thanks to Randy Foye’s first career game winner.

Blake Griffin dropped a game high 36 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the loss, and LA thought they had clinched the win when Matt Barnes knocked down a three in the final moments.

But Randy Foye stepped up from 30 foot at the buzzer and nailed the game winner to get Denver to .500 with a 23-23 record.

In the other games of the night the Indiana Pacers cruised by the Orlando Magic with a 19 point, 98-79 win, with Lance Stephenson racking up a 15 point, 12 rebound double-double.

John Wall dropped 22 points as the Washington Wizards upset the Portland Trailblazers 100-90, even with Damian Lillard dropping 25 points for the visitors.

The Brooklyn Nets continued their improved form, beating the Philadelphia 76ers 108-102 at the Barclays Centre, with veteran scorer Paul Pierce rolling back the years with a 25 point night.

A 30 point, 10 rebound night from Dwyane Wade powered Miami to a 102-96 win over the Detroit Pistons, with Lebron James just missing out on a triple-double with 24 points, 11 assists and 8 boards.

Despite a 36 point night from Carmelo Anthony, the bottom feeding Milwaukee Bucks squeezed by the New York Knicks 101-98, with Brandon Knight dropping 25.

Tony Parker led the San Antonio Spurs to a seven point victory over the New Orleans Pelicans, scoring 32 points on the night.

The Oklahoma City Thunder coasted by the Memphis Grizzlies 86-77 thanks again to MVP candidate Kevin Durant, who continued his superb form this season, dropping 31 points and dishing out 8 assists.

The Cleveland Cavaliers problems continued, as they were blown out 124-107 by the Dallas Mavericks, who saw Dirk Nowitzki score 23.

Toronto travelled to Utah and came away with a 94-79 win, thanks to a 23 point night from DeMar DeRozan.

In the Final contest of the night, the Sacramento Kings blew by the Chicago Bulls 99-70 with DeMarcus Cousins monster night the talking point, scoring 25 points, grabbing 16 boards and leading the team with 4 assists.

Tuesday night offers us 4 games in the NBA, with Indiana hosting Atlanta, Minnesota taking on the Lakers, Chicago travelling to Phoenix and Charlotte making their way to the Bay to take on Golden State.

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Luke Hatfield is the creator and editor of BouncyOrangeBall, with an extensive knowledge of the NBA and basketball in general.

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