NBA scores, highlights, updates: Luka Doncic, Mavs hand Wizards another loss; Kemba Walker outduels Trae Young

Welcome back to another night of NBA action. After a wild and crazy Monday, things slow down a bit on this Tuesday with just four games on the docket. 

Early on, Kemba Walker outplayed Trae Young to lead the Hornets past the Hawks. Then, Luka Doncic and the Mavericks sent the Wizards to yet another early-season loss. The clear main event of the evening, however, is a showdown between the Trail Blazers and the Bucks, as each team looks to continue a strong start to the season. 

Here’s everything you need to know about Tuesday night’s games.

NBA Scores for Tuesday, Nov. 6

All times Eastern

  • Hornets 113, Hawks 102 (Box Score)
  • Mavericks 119, Wizards 100 (Box Score) 
  • Brooklyn Nets 104, Phoenix Suns 82 (Box Score)
  • Milwaukee Bucks at Portland Trail Blazers, 10 p.m. (GameTracker)

Walker outshines Young in point guard duel

The early game between the Hornets and Hawks was highlighted by a point guard battle featuring veteran All-Star Kemba Walker and rising rookie Trae Young. Both players had nice nights, but in the end it was Walker who not only won the battle with Young, but also helped the Hornets win the game. Walker finished with 29 points and seven assists, while Young put up 18 points and 10 assists, but turned the ball over six times. 

Doncic drops 23, sends Wizards to yet another loss

The Mavericks built a big lead early, then held off a Wizards comeback attempt to send Washington to yet another loss. Luka Doncic led the way with 23 points, six rebounds and three assists, as he continues a strong start to his rookie season. Now 2-8 on the year, the Wizards are just one game ahead of the Cavaliers for last place in the East.

Wall with the smooth move in transition

The Wizards aren’t having a good start to the season, but John Wall is still capable of pulling off some fancy moves. Check out this around-the-back trick in transition.

Carter turns back the clock

Vince Carter may be in his 21st NBA season, but he can still dunk with the best of them, as he showed against the Hornets. Spinning baseline, he rose up for a nifty little jam.

Bridges soars for the powerful slam

Miles Bridges is only a few weeks into his rookie season, but he’s already made a number of highlight-reel plays — which, to be honest, isn’t all that surprising given that he can jump like this.

Oubre rocks the rim 

It was a bit of a slow night on the old highlight reel, but Kelly Oubre Jr. did his part to fix that. Running out in transition, he threw down a powerful two-hand slam in traffic.

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