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NBA scores and highlights: Steph Curry's 26 points lead Warriors to win over Pistons

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Los Angeles Clippers 124, New York Knicks 113

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Reserves Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell combined for 53 points as the Clippers pulled away from the Knicks late to inch closer to clinching a playoff spot.

Milwaukee Bucks 127, Cleveland Cavaliers 105

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What else would you expect from Giannis in transition?

Indiana Pacers 124, Denver Nuggets 88

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When you're hot you're hot. Bojan Bogdanovic scored his game-high 35 points in three quarters after a career-high 26-point first half.

Charlotte Hornets 115, Toronto Raptors 114

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Jeremy Lamb from the parking lot for the win!

Houston Rockets 113, New Orleans Pelicans 90

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The Rockets are going back to the postseason.

San Antonio Spurs 115, Boston Celtics 96

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48 (!) points from LaMarcus Aldridge led the Spurs to a 19-point road win over the Celtics, who have now lost four straight.

Golden State Warriors 121, Detroit Pistons 114

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Stephen Curry knocked down five 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 26 points as the Warriors bounced back from a rough loss to the Mavs Saturday.

Los Angeles Lakers 111, Sacramento Kings 106

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LeBron's triple-double led the Lakers past the Kings.

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