Trail Blazers 117 (18-24), Rockets 107 (26-14)
Carmelo Anthony scored 18 points on 7-for-10 shooting and grabbed 12 rebounds as he picked up a win in the city that let him go a season ago. CJ McCollum and Dame Lillard combined for 49 points.
James Harden had a season-low in points, scoring 13 in 36 minutes.
Pistons 116 (15-27), Celtics 103 (27-12)
Sekou Doumbouya scored 24 points on just 13 shots and Derrick Rose added 22 as the Pistons picked up an upset win in Boston.
Magic 119 (20-21), Lakers 118 (33-8)
Aaron Gordon (21 points) put on a dunk show at the STAPLES Center and Markelle Fultz (21 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) came up big in crunch time to take down the No.1 team in the west.
LeBron James had 19 points and 19 dimes in the effort.
Nets 106 (18-22), 76ers 117 (26-16)
Tobias Harris scored a game-high 34 on 14-for-20 shooting and grabbed 10 boards to lead the Sixers’ scoring effort. Ultimately, Philadelphia’s defense secured the W, holding Brooklyn to 16 fourth quarter points after trailing at the end of the third quarter.
Wizards 106 (13-27), Bulls 115 (15-27)
Zach LaVine’s hot streak continued, and this time it got the struggling Bulls a win. The Seattle-native finished with 30 points, 7 boards and 7 assists as he went 6-for-11 from deep.
Spurs 100 (17-22), Heat 106 (28-12)
Kendrick Nunn dropped 33 on a blistering 13-for-18 shooting night to put Miami past San Antonio.
Mavericks 127 (26-15), Kings 123 (15-26)
Luka Doncic stuffed the stat sheet with 25 points, 15 rebounds and 17 assists and Seth Curry provided a spark off the pine with 21 points and five made 3’s.
Sacramento’s trio of De’Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield and Harrison Barnes combined for 77, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Dallas.
Hornets 86 (15-29), Nuggets 100 (28-12)
Michael Porter Jr.’s time to shine was well worth the wait. His energy off the bench (19 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals in 28 minutes) led Denver past Charlotte.
Terry Rozier scored a game-high 20 for Charlotte.
Pacers 104 (26-15), Timberwolves 99 (15-25)
Domantas Sabonis scored 29 on 13-for-17 shooting and tacked on 13 rebounds and 6 dimes to lead Indiana. His plus-minus of +21 led all players in his 36 minutes of playing time.
Raptors 130 (26-14), Thunder 121 (23-18)
Oklahoma City cut Toronto’s 30-point lead down to just three in the fourth quarter, but the defending champs were able to right the ship in the game’s final minutes to escape with a win.
Norman Powell scored a team-high 23 for Toronto and OG Anunoby added 21 points, 5 boards, 5 dimes and 3 steals.
Dennis Schroder scored a game-high 25 off the bench for OKC.