Nuggets 114 (42-20), Hornets 112 (21-41)
Jamal Murray hit a fading game-winner to break the tie in the closing seconds and earn Denver a victory. Murray finished with a team-high 18 points, one of seven Nuggets to hit double-digit scoring.
Clippers 120 (43-19), Rockets 105 (39-22)
L.A. dominated this matchup of top Western Conference teams, leading for almost the entire game. Kawhi Leonard dropped a cool 25 points in 28 minutes.
76ers 125 (38-25), Kings 108 (27-35)
Philadelphia received the scoring punch it needed to overcome the Kings from Tobias Harris (28 points) and Shake Milton (20 points). De’Aaron Fox put up 23 points in the loss.
Raptors 121 (44-18), Warriors 113 (14-49)
This game marked a special occasion for Golden State, as they welcomed back Stephen Curry to the lineup after he missed 58 games with a broken hand. Curry didn’t disappoint, scoring 23 points and providing several highlight moments.
Toronto came out victorious, however, as Pascal Siakam’s last bucket helped seal the game and clinch a playoff berth for the Raptors.