NBA roundup: Davis injured in Pelicans' win

NBA roundup: Davis injured in Pelicans' win
By Reuters

15/02/2019 at 12:49Updated 15/02/2019 at 12:50

Jrue Holiday and Julius Randle combined for 65 points to lead host New Orleans to a 131-122 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, but the Pelicans lost All-Star forward Anthony Davis to a shoulder injury.

Davis missed the second half, finishing with 14 points and four rebounds in 15
minutes. It wasn't immediately known whether the injury would keep Davis out
of the All-Star Game on Sunday in Charlotte, N.C.

Randle had 33 points and 11 rebounds, and Holiday added 32 points. E'Twaun
Moore scored 15 points and Jahlil Okafor had 12 as New Orleans bounced back
from two straight losses.

Russell Westbrook extended his NBA record by producing an 11th consecutive
triple-double, finishing with 44 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists to lead
the Thunder, who had won four straight and 11 of 12. Paul George added 28
points, and Nerlens Noel had 22.

Knicks 106, Hawks 91

Dennis Smith Jr. scored 19 points as New York put an emphatic end to its
18-game losing streak by winning at Atlanta.

New York had not won since Jan. 4 against the Los Angeles Lakers. During the
streak, the Knicks had dropped six games on the road and 12 at home. The
18-game skid was a franchise record for a single season.

The Knicks also got 14 points from ex-Hawk John Jenkins, who was only playing
his second game with the club, plus 14 points and nine rebounds from Kadeem
Allen. Dewayne Dedmon led the Hawks with 21 points while Trae Young and Kent
Bazemore each scored 16. Young added 11 assists.

Magic 127, Hornets 89

All-Star Nikola Vucevic compiled 17 points and 11 rebounds for his 41st
double-double of the season as Orlando beat visiting Charlotte for its fifth
consecutive victory.

The Magic snapped a 13-game losing streak to the Hornets that dated to the
2015-16 season. They were in control throughout, racing to a 15-point lead
after one quarter and leading by 35 at halftime. Their biggest lead in the
second half was 40.

Terrence Ross led the Magic with 21 points. Malik Monk was the top scorer for
the Hornets with 15 points.

--Field Level Media