Nets 111 (2-10), Hornets 116 (6-6)
The Nets were up by 10 points and had the lead at halftime. Nic Batum had a nice bounce-back game to lead Charlotte back to .500.
T-Wolves 101 (5-7), Magic 104 (6-6) (OT)
Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns played like beasts, but Evan Fournier had the most ice water in his viens, sinking the game-winning trey in OT. It was Orlando’s third overtime game this season—and the first they’ve won in extra periods.
Pacers 112 (7-5), 76ers 85 (0-12)
Philly almost had more turnovers (31) than field goals (35). Paul George was having a field day.
Mavs 106 (8-4), Celtics 102 (6-5)
Five straight for Dallas. Don’t look now, but the old vets are third in the West. Kelly Olynyk still has a lot of respect for Dirk, who led the Mavs with 23.
Kings 97 (4-8), Hawks 103 (9-5)
Rajon Rondo picked his NBA-best fourth triple-double this season, but the Kings are still a mess. Still, Atlanta nearly blew an 11-point lead with 2:49 left in the fourth.
Blazers 103 (4-9), Rockets 108 (5-7) (OT)
Corey Brewer completed Houston’s 15-point fourth-quarter comeback with a running, 30-foot miracle three to send the game into OT. James Harden scored the rest, finishing with 45 points and 11 dimes. The come-from-behind win could have saved Houston’s season.
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Pelicans 103 (1-11), Thunder 110 (7-5)
Once again, no Anthony Davis, no chance. Russell Westbrook walked all over New Orleans to the tune of 43 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists in just 36 minutes. OKC attempted 40 free throws. New Orleans, just 9.
Nuggets 98 (6-6), Spurs 109 (9-2)
Tony Parker got the better of Emmanuel Mudiay in their first head-to-head matchup. TP posted a 25 points and 9 assists in a game that San Antonio never trailed.
Raptors 89 (7-6), Jazz 93 (6-5)
Two fantastic defenses going at it. Utah capitalized off an 11-2 run in the fourth quarter—and survived a vicious DeMar DeRozan dunk—to give Toronto their third straight L.
Bulls 103 (8-3), Suns 97 (6-5)
With Derrick Rose out with a sprained ankle, Jimmy Butler took over late and finished with a season-high 32 points. Phoenix was cheering loud for the Bulls.