Tuesday’s five biggest NBA talking points

Tweet By Jacob Panons The Toronto Raptors and the Denver Nuggets continue to impress while the Cleveland Cavaliers suffer yet another defeat since Lebron James’ exit. The Denver Nuggets aren’t slowing down. The Nuggets beat the Boston Celtics 115-107 as the Colorado franchise boast a 9-1 record. The Nuggets currently sit second in the Western Conference behind last year’s champion the Golden State Warriors. So far this season Denver have beaten the likes of the Warriors, the New Orleans Pelicans, and now the Celtics. With Denver beating some of the…

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Cavaliers clinch much-needed win

Tweet Cleveland Cavaliers 124 Milwaukee Bucks 119 Kevin Love and LeBron James carried struggling Cavs to only their second win seven games against a Giannis Antetokounmpo-led Bucks. Love scored 32 points while grabbing 16 rebounds with James adding 30 points, nine assists, and eight rebounds to steer his team towards a much-needed win. All eyes were focused on Antetokounmpo before the game, as the ‘Greek Freak’ is in the best form of his career and has been tipped as an early MVP contender. He did not disappoint as he dropped…

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