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Monday, April 19 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

Just one month remains until the NBA's Play-In Tournament begins as the regular season rolled on with a busy nine-game slate.

We've got you covered below with final scores, news, stats, highlights and the top fantasy performers from the night.

Detroit Pistons 109, Cleveland Cavaliers 105

Another huge game from rookie Isaiah Stewart as the Pistons win back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

Chicago Bulls 102, Boston Celtics 96

Jayson Tatum recorded his first career triple-double with 14 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists but the visiting Bulls snap their six-game winning streak.

Golden State Warriors 107, Philadelphia 76ers 96

Stephen Curry's red-hot stretch continues, recording his 11th straight 30-point game as the Warriors roll into Philadelphia and stun the 76ers, who were without Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris.

San Antonio Spurs 109, Indiana Pacers 94

Spurs go from a 26-point win in Phoenix to another comfortable one in Indiana.

Miami Heat 113, Houston Rockets 91

Kendrick Nunn scored a game-high 30 and Goran Dragic finished with 16 points and six assists off the bench as the Heat took care of business against the Rockets despite missing their All-Stars in Bam Adebayo and Jimmy Butler.

Washington Wizards 119, Oklahoma City Thunder 107

Another Westbrook triple-double and another Wizards win. The Wizards have now won five straight and seven of their last eight.

Phoenix Suns 128, Milwaukee Bucks 127 [OT]

The Suns bounce back from a 26-point home loss with a convincing win in Milwaukee.

This win, en route to which Chris Paul passed Magic Johnson for fifth all-time in career assists, was the Suns' 41st this season - guaranteeing them of at least a play-in spot in the West.

Denver Nuggets 139, Memphis Grizzlies 137 LIVE [2OT]

Despite missing Jamal Murray, the Nuggets ride MVP frontrunner Nikola Jokic in a double-overtime thriller against the young Grizzlies.

Utah Jazz 111, Los Angeles Lakers 97

The Jazz were missing Donovan Mitchell but took care of business against a shorthanded Lakers squad, who were without LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

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