Knicks 106 (17-42), 76ers 115 (37-23)
The short-handed 76ers earned the home win on Thursday thanks in part to Tobias Harris. Harris led Philadelphia with 34 points while adding 7 rebounds and 7 assists. Julis Randle scored 30 points for New York.
Blazers 100 (26-34), Pacers 106 (35-24)
Myles Turner stepped up with the dagger 3-pointer that sealed Portland’s fate despite a late rally. Domantas Sabonis paced Indiana with 20 points and 11 rebounds. CJ McCollum put up 28 points for the Blazers.
Kings 108 (24-34), Thunder 112 (37-22)
OKC outscored the Kings 31-26 in the final frame to steal the win. Danilo Gallinari (24 points) and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (20 points) combined to give the Thunder the offense they needed. Harrison Barnes scored a team-high 21 points for Sacramento.
Lakers 116 (45-12), Warriors 86 (12-47)
Los Angeles, even without LeBron James, made easy work of Golden State. Anthony Davis led the team with 23 points. Warriors rookie Eric Pachall put up 23 points of his own.