NBA scores and highlights: Harden's 58 not enough vs. Nets, Jazz cruise past Clippers for fifth straight win

Donovan Mitchell scored a game-high 28 points in the win (NBA Getty Images)

What to watch for

• The Celtics look to end a three-game losing streak while the Raptors look to extend upon their five-game winning streak.

• A Texas-sized battle between the San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Mavericks

• Multiple MVP candidates on display in Warriors vs. Pelicans - Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Anthony Davis

• Jazz and Clippers go head-to-head in a big matchup for the Western Conference playoff picture

Detroit Pistons 120, Orlando Magic 115

Box score | Play-by-play

Blake Griffin's 30 points and Andre Drummond's 22 rebounds brought the Pistons to victory.

Boston Celtics 117, Toronto Raptors 108

Box score | Play-by-play

Kyrie Irving took over down the stretch, scoring or assisting on the Celtics last 11 points; he finished the night with 27 points and a career-high 18 assists including this huge 3-pointer.

Brooklyn Nets 145, Houston Rockets 142 (OT)

Box score | Play-by-play

Despite a season-high 58 points from James Harden, but Spencer Dinwiddie put forth a dominant performance of his own with 33 points and 10 assists off the bench.

Milwaukee Bucks 111, Memphis Grizzlies 101

Box score | Play-by-play

Giannis Antetokounmpo shows no mercy. The Greek Freak finished the night with 27 points (on 10-for-14 shooting) and 11 rebounds.

San Antonio Spurs 105, Dallas Mavericks 101

Box score | Play-by-play

Marco Belinelli was one of six Spurs to finish in double figures as they used a balanced attack to edge the Mavericks.

Portland Trail Blazers 129, Cleveland Cavaliers 112

Box score | Play-by-play

Portland gets out to a hot start, sinking 11 3-pointers in the first 24 minutes. It finished the night hitting 16 of its 29 attempts.

Golden State Warriors 147, New Orleans Pelicans 140

Box score | Play-by-play

Stephen Curry went ballistic in the third quarter. He finished the night with 41 points as the Warriors score over 140 points for the second straight night.

Utah Jazz 129, Los Angeles Clippers 109

Box score | Play-by-play

Don't look now, but the Jazz are heating up. They are now tied for the No. 8 spot in the Western Conference.

More from NBA.com

LeBron James vs. Warriors in Game 1 of 2018 Finals
OTD: LBJ drops 51 vs. Warriors in G1 of 2018 Finals
Yash Matange
LeBron James
LBJ tops NBA's highest-paid players, per Forbes
Yash Matange
Rondo & LBJ's OT duel in 2012 playoffs
Benyam Kidane
You can't tell the story of the 1960s without...
Scott Rafferty
The 1960s All-Decade Team
The 1960s All-Decade Team
Micah Adams
Re-live Stockton's series-clinching shot in 1997
Yash Matange
More News