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NBA Christmas Day 2018 live scores and highlights

Rudy Gobert contests Damian Lillard (NBA Getty Images)

The NBA Christmas Day action is here, with five big games on deck across the Association. The Milwaukee Bucks have already defeated the New York Knicks 109-95, the Rockets held off the Thunder 113-109. Now the Celtics and 76ers renew their rivalry in game three of five!

Keep up with all the action right here! We've got you covered with all the day's scores and highlights.

Portland Trail Blazers at Utah Jazz (LIVE)

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Rudy Gobert is showing exactly why he's a perennial favourite to win Defensive Player of the Year

Los Angeles Lakers 126, Golden State Warriors 101

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MORE: Four takeaways from Lakers' impressive Christmas Day rout of Warriors despite injury to LeBron James

Despite an injury to LeBron James early in the third quarter, the Lakers used big performances across the board to earn a 25-point win over the Warriors.

Boston Celtics 121, Philadelphia 76ers 114

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MORE: Four takeaways from Kyrie Irving's 40-point takeover and the Celtics' thrilling overtime win over the 76ers

Two of the best teams in the East battle as Philly visits Boston in a rematch from opening night.

Kyrie Irving takes over late to finish with 40 points in a thrilling overtime win.

Houston Rockets 113 Oklahoma City Thunder 109

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MORE: Four takeaways from James Harden's explosive 41-point Christmas Day performance as the Rockets edge the Thunder

James Harden goes off for 41 points in as the Rockets hold off the Thunder. Harden's 41 was the 25th 40-point game on Christmas Day.

Milwaukee Bucks 109, New York Knicks 95

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MORE: Four takeaways from the Milwaukee Bucks' commanding Christmas Day win over the New York Knicks

The Milwaukee Bucks returned to the Christmas Day stage for the first time in 41 years and walked away with a comfortable win over the New York Knicks.

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the way with 30 points and 14 rebounds, becoming the first Bucks player to have 30 points on Christmas Day since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in 1972.

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