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Saturday's NBA scores: Beal posts monster triple-double in win, OKC squeaks past Utah in playoff rematch

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Bradley Beal (NBA Getty Images)

Here's your one-stop-shop for nightly box scores and play-by-play links from each game.

Take a look at the top storylines from into tonight's action along with highlights and!

Los Angeles Clippers 132, Denver Nuggets 111

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Shai finishes strong through contact for the and-one!

Washington Wizards 149, Phoenix Suns 146 (3OT)

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Bradley Beal recorded the first triple-double of his career with 40 points, 15 assists and 11 rebounds and Thomas Bryant scored a career-high 31 points (on 14-for-14 shooting) to push the Wizards past the Suns in triple overtime. Washington's win snaps Phoenix's four-game win streak.

Philadelphia 76ers 126, Toronto Raptors 101

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Big nights from Joel Embiid (27 points, 11 rebounds) and Ben Simmons (26 points, 12 rebounds, eight assists) were too much for the Raptors to overcome as they suffered a 25-point loss in Philadelphia.

Miami Heat 94, Milwaukee Bucks 87

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Make that four straight for Miami, who benefitted from 16 points from Josh Richardson in a low-scoring affair with Milwaukee.

Houston Rockets 108, San Antonio Spurs 101

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How can you guard this? The Rockets' MVP continues to do MVP things as his team looks to stay afloat without Chris Paul

Golden State Warriors 120, Dallas Mavericks 116

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The Mavericks put forth a furious fourth-quarter rally to bring things within one point, but this dagger from two-time Finals MVP Kevin Durant put things away for good.

Oklahoma City Thunder 107, Utah Jazz 106

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Paul George scored 26 of his 43 points in the second half - here are two of them:

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