76ers 96 (6-38), Magic 87 (20-21)
The Sixers are heading in the right direction. The Magic are not. Sixers rookie Jahlil Okafor dropped 20 for the 18th time this season. Orlando has lost eight of its last nine games.
Heat 87 (23-20), Wizards 106 (20-21)
Goran Dragic and Dwyane Wade were ruled out before the game, but Hassan Whiteside (oblique) and Luol Deng (eye) both went to the locker room during the game. Bradley Beal and John Wall scored 18 points each.
Cavs 91 (29-11), Nets 78 (11-32)
LeBron James and Kevin Love had 17 points each and did not need to play in the fourth quarter. Nice way to get back on track after being drumbed by the Warriors.
Jazz 111 (18-24), Knicks 118 (22-22) (OT)
Carmelo Anthony’s 30 points moved him past Larry Bird for 31st on the all-time scoring list. Kristaps Porzingis threw down yet another nasty putback.
Celtics 109 (22-21), Raptors 115 (27-15)
DeMar DeRozan scored a game-high 34 points and his pull-up jumper in the final minute helped Toronto seal the W.
Warriors 125 (39-4), Bulls 94 (24-17)
Fresh off a 34-point win over the Cavs, the Warriors went into Chicago and beat the Bulls by 31. Stephen Curry led Golden State with 25 points with a sweet lefty jam.
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Pistons 123 (23-19), Rockets 114 (22-22)
Andre Drummond set a NBA record with 23 missed foul shots. James Harden had his first triple-double (and a massive one at that) with 33 points, 17 rebounds and 14 assists.
Hornets 95 (19-23), Thunder 109 (32-12)
Dominating in every fashion, Russell Westbrook finished with 16 points, 8 rebounds, 15 assists and 5 steals in just 27 minutes. Wow.
T-Wolves 94 (13-31), Mavs 106 (25-19) (OT)
Chandler Parsons scored a season-high 30 points in Dallas’ fourth straight home game that went overtime. Wolves rookie Karl-Anthony Towns (27 points, 17 rebounds, six blocks).
Kings 112 (18-23), Lakers 93 (9-35)
DeMarcus Cousins collected 36 points and 16 rebounds and Rondo added 17 assists and one sick dunk. Sacramento has now won three straight.
Hawks 104 (26-17), Blazers 98 (19-26)
Paul Millsap had 23 points on 10 shots. CJ McCollum led the way for Portland with 28 points.