Top Performers of NBA – Scores, Stats and Highlights

Over 800 million people globally enjoy the sport of basketball and the thrilling last-minute goals and rebounds are always the talk of the town. But some people miss out on the live action and can’t be part of game conversations between friends and colleagues.

If you are one of those people who want to stay updated on all the latest details about the game, then this list is for you. We are going to tell you all about scores, stats, fixtures and match highlights of the NBA.

The NBA in-season has just begun, and the tournament is starting to warm up. All the teams have started their quest to cement their place in the playoffs. These are the current standings of the tournament.

Eastern Conference

Winning 8 out of 10 games with the highest win percentage in the eastern division has placed the Philadelphia 76ers at the top of the table. They are leading with the highest NBA scores average of 121.2.

Boston Celtics are following closely in second place with an equal win percentage but a lower point score average of 119.6

Miami Heat is bringing the heat to third place with a point score average of 109.6 and a win percentage of .636.

Western Conference

With no surprises, the Denver Nuggets led the charge in the western division with a 114.8 score average. The current champions of the NBA look forward to playing in the playoffs.

Ranked second with a 103.1 score average, the Minnesota Timberwolves are expected to finish the post-season with a win projection of 51.2%.

Coming in third place thanks to the electric performance of Luca Doncic, the Dallas Mavericks are averaging an average score of 122.8.

  • As mentioned, Luca Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks has the highest points per game average of 32.6. His outstanding performance has helped his team clinch crucial wins.
  • Joel Embiid is also bringing his best game and is averaging 32.4 points per game. His consistent performance is proving beneficial in the successful campaign of the Philadelphia 76ers.
  • Not far behind, Stephen Curry is cooking again and is averaging 30.7 points per game, but his team, the Golden State Warriors, has been unable to replicate the success.
  • Kevin Durant of the Phoenix Suns and Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nuggets are averaging 30.0 and 29.8 points per game, respectively.

1. Anthony Davis takes the charge

In the LA Lakers outing against the Portland Trail Blazers, star player Lebron James was sidelined due to his left calf contusion. Desperate to win the game, the Lakers bought in Anthony Davis, who gave his best performance of the season. He scored 30 points with 13 rebounds and helped his team clinch victory with 6 assists and 3 blocks.

2. Curry is Cooking

Stephen Curry has been in phenomenal form lately, his contribution of 30 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block and 1 steal was the highlight of the match against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He again impressed the crowd in the quick turnaround against the Minnesota Timberwolves, scoring 38 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal. Unfortunately, even after so much effort from Curry, the Golden State Warriors failed to seal both games.

3. Gilgeous Alexander – The Lone Warrior

Oklahoma City Thunder is still trying to find its footing in the tournament. In a brave appearance by Gilgeous-Alexander, the 25-year-old scored 33 points with 7 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 blocks and 2 steals. But the lackluster performance by the teammates guaranteed Sacramento Kings victory by a margin of 7 points.

While offensive players get all the limelight for their scoring ability, the defense element of the game is often neglected.

  • Lakers’ Anthony Davis, along with his outstanding performance against the Trailblazers, is known for his defensive ability and is averaging 3.0 blocks per game.
  • Washington Wizards may not have had their dream season, but they still have a positive takeaway in form of Daniel Gafford, who is averaging 2.5 blocks per game.
  • Victor Wembanyama, the 19-year-old rookie from the San Antonio Spurs, is third on this list and is averaging 2.4 blocks per game.
  • Chet Holmgren of the Oklahoma City Thunder and Rudy Gobert of the Minnesota Timberwolves are both averaging 2.3 and 2.2 blocks per game, respectively.

While the top scorers are the limelight of the game, it is the proficient teammates assisting them and helping them score. This is the list of top assists of the tournaments so far:

  • Ranked first in the list for average assists per game, Wisconsin born Tyrese Haliburton of Indiana Pacers has helped his team with an average 12.5 assists per game.
  • Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks is following close with 10.9 assists per game.
  • The Charlotte Hornets’ point guard LaMelo Ball is ranked third with 8.6 assists per game.


As we enter the 2023-24 in-season tournament, we are all set to experience more heart-thumping action and blazing performances by star-studded teams.

These teams led by stars like Luca Doncic, Stephen Curry and Lebron James are going to give their best performance in the upcoming matches and cement their place in the playoffs.

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