Celtics 135 (7-1), Spurs 115 (5-4)
While Boston was able to win its seventh straight game in convincing fashion, the win was dampened due to the loss of Gordon Hayward to a broken hand.
The Celtics jumped out to an 18-point halftime lead and would go up by 24 points during the fourth quarter.
Kemba Walker dropped 26 points with 8 dimes and had a +21 plus/minus. Jaylen Brown added a game-high 30 points and had a +21 plus/minus.
Robert “Time Lord” Williams blocked 6 shots and was an absolute menace at the rim.
Pelicans 115 (2-7), Hornets 110 (4-5)
Both teams turned the ball over a combined 48 times during this game, but when it came to winning time, Brandon Ingram came up big with 8 points in the final 3:30.
Ingram scored a game-high 25 points (8-12 FG) with 9 boards. JJ Redick added 22 points (5-9 3FG) and had a +15 plus/minus.
Rockets 117 (6-3), Bulls 94 (3-7)
Through his first 9 games this season, James Harden is averaging 37.1 points and his performance in Chicago only boosted his gaudy numbers.
Harden dropped a game-high 42 points (9-19 3FG) with 10 boards and 9 dimes.
Houston outscored the Bulls by 18 in the third quarter as the lead grew to 28 points in the fourth.
Mavs 138 (6-3), Grizzlies 122 (2-7)
The Grizzlies rested Ja Morant, and the Mavs cruised to a win in Memphis.
Luka Doncic dropped a game-high 24 points with 14 boards and 8 dimes in just three quarters.
Warriors 108 (2-8), Thunder 114 (4-5)
OKC led the entire game except for 8 seconds early in the fourth quarter.
Chris Paul dropped 16 points with 9 dimes. Danilo Gallinari added a team-high 20 points.