Warriors 116 (20-0), Hornets 99 (10-8)

On his father’s night in Charlotte, Stephen Curry detonated for 28 points in the third quarter and 40 points in just three quarters. Sorry, dad.

Lakers 108 (3-15), Wizards 104 (7-9)

In his last visit to Washington, DC, Kobe Bryant scored a season-high 31 points, including the go-ahead bucket with under a minute remaining. Not bad for the second game of a back-to-back.

Suns 122 (8-11), Pistons 127 (10-9) (OT)

Reggie Jackson scored 18 fourth-quarter points as the Pistons erased a 102-86 deficit to send the game into OT. Marcus Morris, who had 24 and 14, is 2-0 against his former team this season.

76ers 87 (1-19), Knicks 99 (9-10)

With Jahlil Okafor suspended, the Sixers looked more dismal than usual. Kristaps Porzingis finished with his ninth double-double of the season (17 and 10), which leads all rookies.

Raptors 96 (12-7), Hawks 86 (12-9)

This one will go down as the Kyle Lowry flu game. After leaving the game in the second quarter with flu-like symptoms, Lowry returned to outscore the Hawks 22-20 in the fourth quarter. He’s playing pretty well this season.

Nuggets 90 (6-13), Bulls 99 (11-5)

The Nuggets cut the lead to four with 2:22 left, but Chicago managed to salvage a win. The Bulls are now just one of four teams (CHI, SAS, GSW, CLE) to have one loss or less at home this season.

Pelicans 101 (4-15), Rockets 108 (8-11)

Houston looked like a solid basketball team for the first time in a while. James Harden had 24 points, 10 rebounds and 0 TOs. Ty Lawson had 12 points and 6 assists in 29 minutes.

Bucks 70 (7-12), Spurs 95 (15-4)

San Antonio had the Bucks’ number from the very beginning. Tim Duncan had 16 points and 10 rebounds in just 19 minutes. Jason Kidd continues to toy with his lineup as Milwaukee underachieves.

Pacers 103 (12-5), Clippers 91 (10-9)

Reigning Eastern Conference Player of the Week Paul George went off for his seventh 30-point game of the season. The Pacers are quietly looking like one of the best teams in the League.