Clippers 102 (27-15), Cavs 115 (30-11)
Back on their home floor after the stinging loss to Golden State, the Cavs got back on track with a strong showing against the Clips. LeBron James and JR Smith clocked in 22 points each.
Chris Paul had 30 points and 9 assists, and managed to give Delly a floor seat.
Pistons 99 (23-20), Pelicans 115 (15-27)
New Orleans won their second in a row and are now 5-5 in 2016. Anthony Davis went for 32 points and 7 boards. Norris Cole surprised Andre Drummond with a big-time jam.
Grizzlies 102 (25-19), Nuggets 101 (16-27)
Marc Gasol dominated with 27 points with 6 assists to lead Memphis to their fourth straight W.
Denver may have lost, but rookie Nikola Jokic is giving fans a lot to be excited about.
Hawks 88 (26-18), Kings 91 (19-23)
Sacramento relinquished a 19-point lead but held on behind Rajon Rondo’s 11 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. The Kings have now won four in a row.
Spurs 117 (37-6), Suns 89 (13-31)
When PJ Tucker went to the locker room with a chest bruise, only eight Suns were available—two of whom were on 10-day deals. Kawhi Leonard led the balanced Spurs attack with 21 points.
Boban Marjanovic played a career-high 22 minutes and double-doubled with 17 points and 13 boards, but got posterized by Alex Len.