Monday, October 3 2022

Six former University of Tennessee basketball players competed in the NBA Thursday.

In New Orleans, the Pelicans defeated Portland, 127-94. at Smoothie King Center.

Keon Johnson started at guard and played 31 minutes for the Trail Blazers. He had six points, eight assists, one rebound and one steal.

In Charlotte, the Hornets defeated Orlando, 128-101, at Spectrum Center.

Admiral Schofield played 19 minutes. He had eight points and five rebounds.

In Denver, the Nuggets were victorious against Memphis, 122-109, at Ball Arena.

Rookie Yves Pons played five minutes for the Grizzlies. He had two points, two rebounds and one steal.

In Milwaukee, Boston fell to the Bucks, 127-121, at Fiserv Forum.

Grant Williams started and played 37 minutes. He had four points, eight rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks.

In Toronto, Tobias Harris started and played 38 minutes for Philadelphia in its 119-114 loss to the Raptors at Scotiabank Arena.

Harris had eight points, seven rebounds, two steals and one assist.

In Minnesota, the Timberwolves defeated San Antonio, 127-121, at Target Center.

Josh Richardson had 11 points, six assists and three rebounds off the bench for the Spurs.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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