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NBA on MLK Day 2021: NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

We had a packed slate on our hands for a very special NBA on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2021.

Scroll below as we have you covered with the final scores, highlights and more from all the action.

New York Knicks 91, Orlando Magic 84

RJ Barrett (22 points, 10 rebounds) and Julius Randle (21 points, 17 rebounds) each notched double-doubles to help the Knicks close out a close one at Madison Square Garden.

Atlanta Hawks 108, Minnesota Timberwolves 97

Trae Young pulling up from the glass-stained logo, a sight to see. The Hawks pulled off the win in their new MLK uniforms behind a near-triple-double effort of 20 points, 13 assists and eight boards from Young.

San Antonio Spurs125, Portland Trail Blazers 104

Patty Mills led the way with 21 points off the bench, passing Manu Ginobili in the process for most 3s off the bench with one team.

Memphis Grizzlies 108, Phoenix Suns 104

Ja Morant took over late in this one, finishing with 17 points and 10 assists, including a dime to set up Grayson Allen for the triple that would put the Grizzlies up for good.

Brooklyn Nets 125, Milwaukee Bucks 123

For a second-straight game, the combo of James Harden and Kevin Durant came up huge - scoring 42 of the team's 64 points in the second half.

Two-time reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with 34 points, 12 rebounds, 7 assists, and two steals but the Nets went on to win their 4th straight.

Toronto Raptors 116, Dallas Mavericks 93

Raptors gaining momentum! They have now won three straight and four of their last six. They dominate on defence with five players scoring in double figures including a combined 38 from Norman Powell and Chris Boucher.

Miami Heat 113, Detroit Pistons 107

Jerami Grant makes some history, becomes the third Pistons player ever with 12 straight games of 20+ PTS but Heat All-Star Bam Adebayo registered 28 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, and two steals to snap the Heat's 3-game losing streak.

Chicago Bulls 125, Houston Rockets 120

A tremendous Rockets debut for Victor Oladipo with 32 points, nine assists, five rebounds, and two steals but Zach LaVine and the Bulls spoilt that by recording the home win.

Golden State Warriors 115, Los Angeles Lakers 113

Stephen Curry scores 19 of his 26 points in the second half as the Warriors comeback from 19 points down to pull off an upset and snap the Lakers' 5-game win streak.

Top Fantasy Performers

Aaron Gordon: 18 PTS, 17 REBS, 9 ASTS, 2 BLKS

Trae Young: 20 PTS, 13 ASTS, 8 REBS, 3 STLS

Clint Capela: 23 PTS, 15 REBS, 3 BLKS, 2 ASTS, 2 STLS

DeMar DeRozan: 20 PTS, 11 ASTS, 6 REBS, 2 STLS

Giannis Antetokounmpo: 34 PTS, 12 REBS, 7 ASTS, 2 STLS

James Harden: 34 PTS, 12 ASTS, 6 REBS

Kevin Durant: 30 PTS, 9 REBS, 6 ASTS, 2 BLKS

Kyle Lowry: 23 PTS, 9 REBS, 7 ASTS

Bam Adebayo: 28 PTS, 11 REBS, 5 ASTS, 2 STLS

Victor Oladipo: 32 PTS, 9 ASTS, 5 REBS, 2 STLS

Zach LaVine: 33 PTS, 7 ASTS, 4 REBS, 2 STLS

Anthony Davis: 17 PTS, 17 REBS, 7 ASTS, 3 BLKS, 2 STLS

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