Hawks 122 (42-30), Wizards 101 (35-36)
Behind 23 points from Dennis Schroder, Atlanta got the W in the second half of the home-and-home series with Washington.
Bucks 104 (30-42), Cavs 113 (51-20)
LeBron James led Cleveland with 26 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds, and Kyrie Irving finished with 16 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists on his 24th birthday. Bron added several highlight jams, but none better than this two-handed reverse:
Raptors 79 (48-22), Celtics 91 (42-30)
Boston avoided the season sweep by pulling away from the Kyle Lowry-less Raptors in the second half. Isaiah Thomas finished with a game-high 23 points on 8-17 shooting and was impressive getting into the paint.
Magic 102 (29-42), Pistons 118 (38-34)
Andre Drummond dropped 30 points and 14 rebounds as Detroit moved into the final playoff spot in the East.
Knicks 115 (29-43), Bulls 107 (36-34)
Kristaps Porzingis matched his career high with 29 points and added 10 rebounds to snap the Bulls’ three-game winning streak. The 7-3 rook threw down one of his best poster dunks of the season on Pau Gasol:
Niko Mirotic scored a career-high 35 and tied the Bulls record with 9 treys.
Jazz 89 (35-36), Rockets 87 (35-37)
Houston blew an 18-point lead as James Harden missed a jumper at the buzzer that would have tied the game. Derrick Favors’ dunk with 1.6 seconds left gave the Jazz the go-ahead bucket.
Kings 104 (27-44), T-Wolves 113 (23-48)
Karl-Anthony Towns led Minny with 26 points and 11 rebounds, while Zach LaVine and Andrew Wiggins contributed with 23 each. Wiggins added a dunk over another 7-footer to his collection of posters as well:
Heat 88 (41-30), Spurs 112 (60-11)
San Antonio is now 36-0 at home this season after handing Miami an emphatic defeat. Kawhi Leonard tied a career high with 32 points, but left early with a right knee contusion.
76ers 103 (9-63), Nuggets 104 (30-42)
Manny Mudiay made a double-clutch three from near halfcourt at the buzzer and steal the victory from Philly’s clutches.
Lakers 107 (15-56), Suns 119 (20-51)
Kobe Bryant scored 17 points in his final game in Phoenix, but Devin Booker and Brandon Knight combined to score 53 points in the Suns’ victory.
Mavs 103 (35-36), Blazers 109 (37-35)
Damian Lillard had 27 points and 6 assists as Portland took a 1.5-game lead for sixth in the West.
Clippers 98 (43-27), Warriors 114 (64-7)
Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson each scored 30-plus as the Warriors swept the season series against the Clippers. Curry performed his normal wizardry with the ball: