Sunday’s NBA schedule featured eight games, with implications for playoff seeding littered throughout each contest.
As the race for the eighth seed in the Western Conference continues to heat up, Memphis, Portland, San Antonio and Phoenix were all in action as they fight to stay in the postseason race.
In the marquee matchup of the night, Jayson Tatum and the Celtics hosted James Harden and the Rockets.
Catch up on all the scores, stats, news and highlights on another big night around the NBA!
Chicago Bulls 115, New York Knicks 125
The New York Knicks held firm in the fourth quarter at home to secure the win over the Bulls behind 22 points and 10 rebounds from Julius Randle.
Portland Trail Blazers 117, Atlanta Hawks 129
25 points and 15 assists from Trae Young helped Atlanta to a solid win at home.
Brooklyn Nets 113, Miami Heat 116
Seven Miami players finished in double-digits, led by Kendrick Nunn with 21, as the Heat held off Brooklyn to pick up the win.
Indiana Pacers 113, Cleveland Cavaliers 104
T.J Warren poured in 30 points and Malcolm Brogdon added 22 as the Pacers cruised to a comfortable win over Cleveland.
Los Angeles Lakers 88, Memphis Grizzlies 105
Ja Morant put on a clinic to finish with 27 points and 14 assists as the Grizzlies blew out the Lakers for an upset win!
AD swats Ja!
Houston Rockets 111, Boston Celtics 110 – OT
Russell Westbrook poured in 41 points to lead the Rockets to a thrilling road win on overtime!
Orlando Magic 113, San Antonio Spurs 114
Trey Lyles led seven Spurs in double-digit scoring with 20 points and nine rebounds, as San Antonio hang on to pick up an important win over the Magic.
A go-ahead triple from Bryn Forbes with 50 seconds left was all the Spurs needed to clinch the win.
Golden State Warriors 115, Phoenix Suns 99
Impressive rookie, Eric Paschall led the Warriors to a rare road win with 25 points.