Raptors 101 (46-21), Pacers 94 (36-32) (OT)
Bismack Biyombo had a career-high 16 points and broke the Raptors’ franchise record with 25 boards, but it was Toronto’s All-Star backcourt that came through when it mattered most. DeMar DeRozan scored 14 points in the fourth quarter and overtime combined, and Lowry scored 8 points in the extra period.
Lowry also dropped Myles Turner earlier in the game with a nasty in-and-out dribble:
Wizards 99 (33-35), 76ers 94 (9-59)
John Wall recorded his second straight triple-double in consecutive nights with 16 points, 14 assists and 13 rebounds. He did commit 9 TOs, and vowed to protect the rock better after the game.
— John Wall (@JohnWall) March 18, 2016
Hornets 109 (39-29), Heat 106 (39-29)
Kemba Walker and Al Jefferson each scored 21 points to help Charlotte come back from a 15-point second-quarter deficit. The Hornets are now tied with the Heat and Celtics with a 39-29 record.
Nuggets 98 (28-41), Hawks 116 (40-29)
Tim Hardaway Jr scored a season-high 21 points to lead Atlanta to their fourth straight W.
Nets 102 (19-49), Bulls 118 (34-33)
Doug McDermott scored 25 points off the bench. It was McBuckets’ third straight 20-plus point game.
Grizzlies 86 (39-30), Bucks 96 (30-39)
John Henson’s swat of Matt Barnes’ shot resulted in the two getting ejected and overshadowed a nice Milwaukee effort. Giannis & Co. are closing out the season strong.
Blazers 110 (35-34), Spurs 118 (58-10)
LaMarcus Aldridge had 22 points against his former team, and Kawhi Leonard also notched 22 points and an impressive chasedown swat on Damian Lillard:
Suns 69 (18-50), Jazz 103 (33-35)
Utah capitalized on 21 turnovers from the Suns, capturing their fourth straight win.