Pelicans 113 (24-39), Hornets 122 (35-28)
Kemba Walker recorded his fourth straight 30-point game to lead Charlotte to their fifth straight win. Anthony Davis had 40 points and 13 rebounds in the loss.
Rockets 118 (32-32), 76ers 104 (8-56)
James Harden scored 29 points and Dwight Howard put up 21 points and 18 rebounds to lead Houston. Philly lost their 13th straight despite a big fourth-quarter rally.
Grizzlies 96 (38-26), Celtics 116 (39-26)
Boston outscored Memphis 31-12 in the third quarter and cruised to their 14th straight win at home, the longest streak for the Celtics since the 1990-91 season. Sadly, Mario Chalmers injured his foot as the Grizzlies’ injury woes continue.
Heat 108 (37-27), Bucks 114 (27-38)
Giannis Antetokounmpo led Milwaukee with 24 points in a victory that snapped the Heat’s five-game winning streak. Giannis was straight dunking everything in the first quarter:
Pistons 102 (33-31), Mavs 96 (33-32)
Andre Drummond picked up his 54th double-double of the season to hand Dallas its fourth straight loss.
Knicks 128 (27-39), Suns 97 (17-47)
Carmelo Anthony dropped 23 points for New York, and so did Sasha “The Machine” Vujacic. Yes, seriously.
Clippers 108 (41-22), Thunder 120 (44-20)
Russell Westbrook had a historic 25-point, 20-assist, 11-rebound triple-double to lead OKC in a revenge game against the Clips.
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Cavs 120 (45-18), Kings 111 (25-38)
LeBron James scored 25 points in his last visit to the arena in which he made his NBA debut. The Kings invited the kid behind the amazing “LeBron Jaaaames vine” to introduce the King:
Jazz 94 (29-35), Warriors 115 (57-6)
Stephen Curry scored just 12 points, but he managed to sink a 55-footer at the halftime buzzer. Mo Speights had 16 points to lead a huge effort from the Golden State bench.