- Final - 2018-12-17Bucks107 - 104PistonsLittle Caesars Arena
- Final - 2018-12-17Suns128 - 110KnicksMadison Square Garden
- Final - 2018-12-17Jazz97 - 102RocketsToyota Center
- Final - 2018-12-17Kings105 - 132TwolvesTarget Center
- Final - 2018-12-17Bulls96 - 121ThunderChesapeake Energy Arena
- Final - 2018-12-1776ers96 - 123SpursAT&T Center
- Final - 2018-12-17Grizzlies93 - 110WarriorsORACLE Arena
- Final - 2018-12-17Blazers131 - 127ClippersSTAPLES Center
Celebrate #TMacTuesday with the top ten plays from #1!
"He can pass. He can shoot. He can put the ball on the floor."
Kelly Olynyk showed us his full repertoire of versatility during his first season here in Miami.
One of Utah's two-way players, Georges Niang spent much of the season with the Salt Lake City Stars, the G League affiliate of the Jazz. Niang, who was a Second Team All-American as a senior at Iowa State, averaged 22.0 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.4 assists in 15 games for the Stars. He made the G League All-Star team and was named First Team All NBA G League this season. Niang appeared in nine games for the Jazz and scored a season-high four points on March 13 against the Pistons.
Marilyn Manson, Sesame Street on Ice, a wedding party and the Orlando Magic walk into a bar in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The rest isn't just history, it's a Magic legend.
Danté Exum missed most of the 2017-18 season after suffering a separated shoulder in the team's third preseason game—but he returned on March 15 and played in each of Utah's remaining 14 regular season games. Exum scored a season-high 21 points against the Grizzlies on March 30 and played inspiring defense on Houston's James Harden throughout the Western Conference Semifinals.