Bucks 126 (47-8), Pistons 106 (19-39)
Four of five of Milwaukee’s starters finished in double digits with Giannis Antetokounmpo (33 points) leading all scorers. Khris Middleton was the Bucks’s second-leading scorer with 28 points and Brook Lopez had 19.
Hawks 129 (16-41), Heat 124 (35-20)
With Quavo in attendance, Trae Young put up a career-high 50 points at Phillips Arena on Thursday night. De’Andre Hunter and Kevin Huerter put up 17 points apiece and rookie Cam Reddish added 16 points off the bench.
Hornets 103 (19-33), Bulls 93 (19-37)
Charlotte took care of business in the Windy City. Miles Bridges led all starters with 22 points and Malik Monk added 25 points off the bench.
Malik Monk taking FLIGHT ✈️ (via @BR_NBA) pic.twitter.com/bkad4zC7GO— SLAM (@SLAMonline) February 21, 2020
Sixers 112 (35-21), Nets 104 (25-29)
The Nets only scored one point in overtime as Philly prevailed at home. Joel Embiid finished with 36 points and grabbed 16 rebounds. Tobias Harris had a double-double of his own (22 points, 12 rebounds) and Alec Burks had 19 points.
Kings 129 (21-33), Grizzlies 125 (28-26)
Harrison Barnes (32 points) and De’Aaron Fox (26 points) combined for 58 points in the home win. Buddy Hield added 20 points.
Rockets 135 (34-20), Warriors 105 (12-44)
Houston jumped out the gate with a double-digit lead and had that cushion throughout the contest. The Rockets also shot 25 3-pointers, including 15 in the first half.
All five of the Houston’s starters finished in double figures. James Harden put up 29 points in 30 minutes and Russell Westbrook had 21 points and dished out 10 dimes.