A huge ten-game slate of NBA action on Saturday provided a lot of entertainment and action.
Scroll below for the scores, best highlights and reaction:
Washington Wizards 118, Atlanta Hawks 112
Bradley Beal scores 35 points (13-21 FGs) and five other Wizards score in double figures as they beat a Hawks squad, that was missing Trae Young, in Washington D.C.
In his final game in Washington D.C, Vince Carter finished with eight points in 17 minutes.
Brooklyn Nets 139, San Antonio Spurs 120
The Nets blowout the Spurs behind Caris LeVert’s first career triple-double of 27 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists.
Oklahoma City Thunder 126, New York Knicks 103
Six Thunder players score in double figures as they blew out the Knicks at Madison Square Garden behind 21 points and 12 assists from Chris Paul.
Utah Jazz 99, Boston Celtics 94
Mike Conley scores a team-high 25 as the Jazz win their fourth straight overall by restricting Jayson Tatum to just 18 (7-19 FGs).
Indiana Pacers 108, Chicago Bulls 102
Without key players in T.J. Warren and Malcolm Brogdon, Domantas Sabonis lead the Pacers to a road win in Chicago.
Orlando Magic 132, Minnesota Timberwolves 118
Markelle Fultz (24p/5r/5a) and Nikola Vucevic (28p/12r/4a) propel the Magic to a comfortable win over the Timberwolves to snap a 3-game losing streak.
New Orleans Pelicans 110, Miami Heat 104
New Orleans Pelicans snap a 3-game skid with a huge home win against the Miami Heat at home.
Zion Williamson scores 17 (7-9 FGs) but four other Pelicans also score in double figures as they make some much-needed ground in the race for the 8th seed in the West.
Dallas Mavericks 121, Memphis Grizzlies 96
Six Mavericks score in double figures, led by Kristaps Porzingis (26p/11r/4a/4b) and Luka Doncic (21p/6a), to blowout the Grizzlies in Dallas.
Phoenix Suns 127, Portland Trail Blazers 117
Behind a career night from Aron Baynes, the Suns cruise to a comfortable victory over the Trail Blazers.
Los Angeles Lakers 113, Milwaukee Bucks 103
Leveling the season series with the Bucks, LeBron James and Anthony Davis combined for 67 to give Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks just their 10th loss of the season.
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