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Friday, April 9 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

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There were nine games of NBA action this Friday night with a handful of must-see matchups.

We'll have you covered with final scores, highlights and more from all the action.

Indiana Pacers 111, Orlando Magic 106

A big night from Aaron Holiday helped lift the Pacers to a win over the Magic. Holiday finished with 20 points on 6-for-10 shooting from beyond the arc.

Boston Celtics 145, Minnesota Timberwolves 136 [OT]

Against a Timberwolves squad that have recently got very competitive, the Celtics needed a career game from Jayson Tatum to win this one.

He went off for 53, 37 of which came in the second half as Boston rallied back from their largest deficit of 17 to win in overtime.

New York Knicks 133, Memphis Grizzlies 129 [OT]

Six players score in double figures as the Knicks outlast the Grizzlies 19-15 in a high-scoring overtime period.

Atlanta Hawks 120, Chicago Bulls 108

Zach LaVine went off in this one, scoring a career-high 53 including 39 in the first half but the Hawks overcame that performance behind Trae Young's near triple-double performance with 42 points, nine rebounds, and nine assists.

New Orleans Pelicans 101, Philadelphia 76ers 94

Behind a monster game by Zion Williamson - 37 points, 15 rebounds (career-high), eight assists (career-high) - to a huge home win against Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers.

Charlotte Hornets 127, Milwaukee Bucks 119

Six players score in double figures including all five starters led by Miles Bridges' 26 points as the Hornets, without LaMelo Ball and Gordon Hayward, hand the Giannis-less Bucks their third straight loss.

Denver Nuggets 121, San Antonio Spurs 119

Washington Wizards 110, Golden State Warriors 107

Clutch Beal and Westbrook spark the Wizards past the Warriors.

LA Clippers 126, Houston Rockets 109

Clippers make light work of the Rockets, winning their 10th of the last 12, behind Kawhi Leonard's 31 points.

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