Jimmy Butler sum 27 points as best scorer of the Heat from Miami, who surpassed as visitors 103-129 to the Grizzlies from Memphis. The Heat scored 21 triples, one less than the franchise record set last May in Milwaukee.
- Wizards 115-112 Celtics
- Pistons 110-103 Magic
- Pelicans 117-123 Knicks
- Pacers 94-97 Raptors
- 76ers 122-94 Hawks
- Bulls 107-99 Jazz
- Grizzlies 103-129 Heat
- Bucks 93-102 Spurs
- Warriors 103-82 Thunder
- Timberwolves 91-93 Nuggets
- Suns 101-92 Cavaliers
Miami got its fifth win of the first six games of the new season. Spoelstra’s team missed only one of their first eight shots in the game and converted 71% in the first quarter, achieving an initial advantage of two digits.
Tyler Herro scored 22 points, while Kyle Lowry y Duncan Robinson they made a basket 15 each for the Heat, who improved to 5-1. A balance supported by the great defense of the Florida team, which begins to scare his rivals in the Eastern Conference.
For the Grizzlies (3-3), Ja Morant and DeAnthony Melton they got 20 points each to lead the attack. Desmond Bane contribution 17 points for the Memphis team, which is 3-3 after adding their first loss at home.
Spanish Saints Aldama he had minutes again for the second time in the Tennessee team’s last three games. The canary came out again at the end of the match and played six minutes in which scored two points from the free throw and captured a rebound.
- Grizzlies, 103: Jackson (8), Adams (6), Morant (20), Melton (20) y Bane (17); Clarke (2), Aldama (2), Anderson (13), Jones (5), Konchar (2), Merrill (3), Williams (5), Tillie (0) y Tillman (0).
- Heat, 129: Tucker (5), Butler (27), Dedmon (9), Lowry (15) y Robinson (15); Haslem (2), Morris (8), Martin (12), Yurtseven (2), Strus (12), Herro (22), Vincent (0), Okpala (0).