Celtics 98 (1-3), Pacers 100 (2-3): Jae Crowder has one helluva arm.

Spurs 99 (3-2), Wizards 102 (3-1): Bradely Beal the game-winner with 0.3 seconds left. A star is being born.

Nets 87 (0-5), Hawks 101 (5-1): Kyle Korver sat for rest, and Brooklyn still had no chance.

Knicks 86 (2-3), Cavs 96 (4-1): Another classic duel between LeBron and Melo. LeBron has no love for sleeves, and no love for Love?

Magic 114 (1-4), Rockets 119 (2-3) (OT): The Rockets needed overtime to beat the Magic, who are the best 1-4 team in the League.

Sixers 87 (0-4), Bucks 91 (2-3): The Sixers relinquished a lead in the final minutes to the Bucks, who were without MCW, but with Jabari Parker.

Raptors 103 (5-0), Thunder 98 (3-2): The unbeaten Raptors got a monster win against the Thunder, and were able to weather Westbrook’s double-digit dimes in the first half.

Kings 97 (1-4), Suns 118 (3-2): Former Kentucky guards Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight make for one of the brightest young backcourts in the game.

Blazers 108 (3-2), Jazz 92 (2-2): Speaking of bright young backcourts…Damian Lillard had 35 points with 5 treys and CJ McCollum scored 27 on just 13 shots to lead the Blazers.

Clippers 108 (4-1), Warriors 112 (5-0): Stephen Curry and Harrison Barnes took turns taking over in the fourth quarter. The Warriors really do look better than last season…