Don't let all the blowouts fool you; the final Friday of November was, indeed, a thrilling one in the NBA.
Of the 13 games on the schedule, six came down to the wire, with two requiring overtime to sort out winners and losers.
To be sure, there's no ignoring the seven double-digit margins that resulted from Friday's slate. But I'd be lying if I said any of those finishes were at all surprising. Three featured Western Conference squads bullying their Eastern Conference counterparts, thereby adding to the already well-established trend. Two others saw The Association's two worst teams (the Utah Jazz and the Milwaukee Bucks) on the losing end.
As for the seventh? That one involved the Indiana Pacers, who've lost just one game this season while foiling their foes by an average of 11.4 points per game.
Didn't catch all the action? That's okay—we've got you (just about) covered, with these seven takeaways serving as your late-night sampler plate.