Nets 110 (9-9), Celtics 121 (13-4)
Kemba Walker made his return to the court following a neck sprain sustained last week and he delivered. Walker registered a season-high 39 points as he scorched the Nets’ defense. Kyrie Irving was inactive for his return to Boston.
Pistons 101 (6-12), Hornets 102 (7-12)
Detroit failed to get a shot off as the buzzer sounded, losing this game by just one point. Charlotte meanwhile boasted six double-digit scorers, led by Bismack Biyombo (19 points). Blake Griffin put up 26 in the loss.
Magic 116 (7-10), Cavaliers 104 (5-13)
Orlando dominated in the second half to get win No. 7 this season. Evan Fournier led the team with 30 points. Collin Sexton scored 20 points for Cleveland.
Jazz 102 (11-7), Pacers 121 (11-6)
Indiana continues to turn heads as they keep the wins coming. The Pacers received big scoring nights from Domantas Sabonis (23 points), TJ Warren (23 points) and Malcolm Brogdon (22 points). Bojan Bogdanovic notched 30 points against his former team.
Kings 91 (7-10), 76ers 97 (12-6)
Despite the close score, Philly was in control throughout. Joel Embiid put up 33 points one game after going scoreless.
Knicks 98 (4-14), Raptors 126 (13-4)
Toronto scored 37 points in both the second and fourth quarters as they pulled away. Pascal Siakam scored 31 points in 30 minutes of action.
Heat 108 (12-5), Rockets 117 (12-6)
James Harden and Russell Westbrook combined for 61 points, 15 rebounds and 12 assists in the win. Heat rookie Tyler Herro contributed 22 points.
Clippers 121 (14-5), Grizzlies 119 (5-12)
Montrezl Harrell hit the game-winning tip-in layup with 2.3 seconds left to break the tie. Harrell co-led the team in scoring (along with Lou Williams) with 24 points.
Hawks 102 (4-14), Bucks 111 (15-3)
Giannis Antetokounmpo recored a double-double of 30 points and 10 rebounds in Milwaukee’s home win. Jabari Parker put up an impressive 33 points against his former team.
Timberwolves 113 (10-8), Spurs 101 (6-13)
The duo of Andrew Wiggins (26 points) and Karl-Anthony Towns (23 points) helped pace Minnesota’s scoring as they outlasted San Antonio. LaMarcus Aldridge notched 22 points in the loss.
Wizards 140 (6-10), Suns 132 (8-9)
Washington had the scoring edge thanks to Bradley Beal (35 points), Thomas Bryant (23 points) and Ish Smith (21 points). Devin Booker scored 27 points to lead the Suns.
Lakers 114 (16-2), Pelicans 110 (6-12)
Anthony Davis came up clutch in the final seconds, knocking down three free throws to steal the win in New Orleans. Davis finished with a monstrous 41 points against his former team. LeBron James made history as the fourth player ever to reach 33,000 points.
Thunder 119 (6-11), Blazers 136 (7-12)
Portland continues to click on all cylinders, getting their second win in a row. Damian Lillard led the team with 27 points, while the team also got key contributions from CJ McCollum (22 points), Hassan Whiteside (21 points) and Carmelo Anthony (19 points).
Bulls 90 (6-13), Warriors 104 (4-15)
Warriors rookie Eric Paschall gave the team a spark with 25 points and 7 rebounds. Zach LaVine scored 36 points for the Bulls.