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Monday, May 10 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

We had an action-packed slate on deck with six games on Monday, all with playoff implications.

Follow along for all your final scores, stats, news, highlights and top fantasy performers from each game.

Atlanta Hawks 125, Washington Wizards 124

The trio of Trae Young (36 points, nine assists), John Collins (28 points), and Bogdan Bogdanovic (25 points) filled it up, while Clint Capela hauled in 22 rebounds as the Hawks make it four wins from their past five games.

Russell Westbrook missed a potential game-winning three at the buzzer that would have capped off his record-breaking night as he brought up the 182nd triple-double of his career, passing Oscar Reobrterson for the all-time record.

He finished with a monster stat line of 28 points, 21 assists, and 13 rebounds.

Indiana Pacers 111, Cleveland Cavaliers 102

Domantas Sabonis led six players in double figures with 21 points, 21 rebounds and nine assists as the Pacers move back into the ninth seed in the East.

Memphis Grizzlies 115, New Orleans Pelicans 110

Dillon Brooks led the way with 23 points, while recorded a Jonas Valancuinas recorded a 20-point, 11-rebound double-double as the Grizzlies continue their push towards the eighth seed in the West.

San Antonio Spurs 146, Milwaukee Bucks 125

DeMar DeRozan (23 points), Dejounte Murray (20 points). Keldon Johnson (20 points) and Patty Mills (20 points) power the Spurs to a big win over the Bucks.

Golden State Warriors 119, Utah Jazz 116

The Stephen Curry clutch triple helps the Warriors seal the Play-In berth.

Portland Trail Blazers 140, Houston Rockets 129

The Blazers ride their red-hot 50-point first quarter to a fourth straight win. The quartet of Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, Norman Powell and Jusuf Nurkic combined for 112 of the total points tally.

Top Fantasy Performers

Russell Westbrook: 28 PTS, 21 ASTS, 13 REBS

Trae Young: 36 PTS, 9 ASTS, 6 REBS

Domantas Sabonis: 21 PTS, 20 REBS, 9 ASTS, 4 BLKS, 2 STLS

Jakob Poeltl: 9 PTS, 10 REBS, 8 ASTS, 3 BLKS

Stephen Curry: 36 PTS, 6 ASTS, 4 REBS, 2 STLS

Damian Lillard: 34 PTS, 9 REBS, 6 ASTS

Jusuf Nurkic: 22 PTS, 6 REBS, 5 ASTS, 3 STLS

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