NBA

NBA scores and highlights: Trae Young leads Hawks over Pelicans with 33 points and 12 assists

trae-young-032619-ftr-getty.jpg
Trae Young (NBA Getty Images)

San Antonio Spurs 116, Charlotte Hornets 125

Box score | Play-by-play

Kemba Walker leads the Hornets to an overtime victory with 38 points.

Boston Celtics 116, Cleveland Cavaliers 106

Box score | Play-by-play

The Celtics got it done without Kyrie Irving thanks to a solid game from Jayson Tatum, who scored 21 points and dished out four assists.

Orlando Magic 104, Miami Heat 99

Box score | Play-by-play

The Magic pick up a huge win over the Heat to move into the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference.

Chicago Bulls 103, Toronto Raptors 112

Box score | Play-by-play

Norman Powell comes up big off the bench for the Raptors with 20 points on 8-for-10 shooting.

Houston Rockets 94, Milwaukee Bucks 108

Box score | Play-by-play

It was Eric Bledsoe who stole the show in the battle of the MVPs with 23 points and seven assists.

LA Clippers 122, Minnesota Timberwolves 111

Box score | Play-by-play

The Clippers are going to the playoffs!

Atlanta Hawks 130, New Orleans Pelicans 120

Box score | Play-by-play

Trae Young did it again, this time with 33 points and 12 assists.

Sacramento Kings 125, Dallas Mavericks 121

Box score | Play-by-play

De'Aaron Fox goes for 23 points, eight assists and five rebounds in the win.

Detroit Pistons 92, Denver Nuggets 95

Box score | Play-by-play

The Pistons outscored the Nuggets 53-29 in the second half, but it wasn't enough.

Los Angeles Lakers 124, Washington Wizards 106

Box score | Play-by-play

The Lakers snap their five-game losing streak, led by LeBron James' 23 points, 14 assists and seven sebounds and 29 points from and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

Lance Stephenson had the bench on their feet, with this dazzling move on Jeff Green!

More from NBA.com

LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo
Giannis says LeBron still the best
Kane Pitman
andrew-wiggins-021920-ftr-getty.jpg
NBA denies Wiggins' exemption for vaccine
Official Release
Damian Lillard defends Anthony Davis
Active players on fringes of NBA 75 team
Kyle Irving and Scott Rafferty
WNBA capped off its historic 25th regular season by delivering its most-watched season since 2008.
2021 WNBA's most-watched regular season since 2008
NBA.com Staff
#Layshia Clarendon receives August WNBA Cares Community Assist Award.
Layshia Clarendon WNBA Cares award
NBA.com Staff
Manu Ginobili and Gregg Popovich
Ginobili returns to Spurs in advisor role
Kyle Irving
More News