Martin Luther King Jr. Day saw 28 of 30 teams in the NBA hit the court and there was no shortage of entertainment.

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Here are the big storylines from today’s games

  • Kemba Walker picked up his first career win against LeBron James (1-28) in the Celtics’ big win over the Lakers
  • The Miami Heat remain the kings of overtime, making it 7-0 on the season
  • OKC pulled off yet another huge fourth-quarter comeback – this time against the Rockets
  • Damian Lillard entered the history books with a career-high 61-point performance – the most ever scored on MLK Day

Catch up on the biggest moments from all 14 games on MLK Day below:

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Bradley Beal led the Wizards with 29 points and six dimes in the win.

Norm Powell scores 17 of his team-high 27 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Raptors ot their fourth-straight win.

Ben Simmons was a man on a mission in Brooklyn, recording the first 30-point triple-double if his career.

Evan Fournier top scores with 26 for the Magic as they hand the Hornets their seventh straight loss.

Six Knicks score in double figures as they use a strong second half to win big in Cleveland.

The Miami Heat needed an overtime period but they improve their league-best home record to 19-1.

Bam Adebayo forces overtime in a tight contest:

James Johnson seals the win with the clutch block:

A big game from Jrue Holiday helps the Pelicans snap the Grizzlies’ seven-game win streak.

Russell Westbrook records a 32-point, 12-assist, 11-rebound triple-double but the OKC Thunder get the last laugh, coming back from 17 down for the win.

James Harden had 29 but the Thunder had three players score 23 or more – Chris Paul (28), Danilo Gallinari (25), and Dennis Schroder (23).

Giannis records his fourth triple-double of the season, pushing the Bucks’ win streak to seven.

The 32-point victory is the C’s largest against the Lakers in a regular season game since 1963.

In just 30 minutes on court, Michael Porter Jr. filled it up to lead the Nuggets to victory on the road!

Bryn Forbes lit up from three, knocking down a career-high 8 three-pointers on his way to 24 points, while Derrick White added 25 points and seven assists off the bench as the Spurs hung on to win a thriller.

The Jazz bring up win #30 of the season, behind 25 points from Donovan Mitchell and 20 points and 14 rebounds from Rudy Gobert.

What a performance from Damian Lillard!

The Blazers point guard poured in a career-high 61 points, the most ever on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Lillard knocked down a career-high 11 three-pointers, adding 10 rebounds and seven assists.



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