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NBA scores and highlights: D'Angelo Russell scores 40 points as Nets edge Hornets

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D'Angelo Russell (NBA Getty Images)

Portland Trail Blazers 130, Philadelphia 76ers 115

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Jusuf Nurkic has been playing at a different level this season. Another double-double for the Bosnian Beast.

Atlanta Hawks 120, Phoenix Suns 112

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Trae Young showed his range throughout the night, finishing with 23 points and eight assists as the Hawks earned an eight-point win.

Brooklyn Nets 117, Charlotte Hornets 115

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On his 23rd birthday, Nets All-Star guard D'Angelo Russell finished with 40 points to propel his team to a huge victory.

Cleveland Cavaliers 112, Memphis Grizzlies 107

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Delly with the dime.

Indiana Pacers 119, Washington Wizards 112

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Darren Collison's 15 points, six rebounds and five assists helped lead Indiana to a big road win.

New Orleans Pelicans 128, Los Angeles Lakers 115

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No AD, no problem. Without their All-Star big man, the Pelicans earned a 13-point win over the Lakers thanks to a 27-point performance from Jrue Holiday.

Detroit Pistons at Miami Heat - LIVE

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D-Wade with the tough finish in traffic.

Chicago Bulls 126, Boston Celtics 116

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Zach LaVine's career-high 42 points led the Bulls over the Celtics.

Sacramento Kings 119, Oklahoma City Thunder 116

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Buddy Hield led the way with 32 points tonight.

Milwaukee Bucks 140, Minnesota Timberwolves 128

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Brook Lopez dunked all over Dario Saric and the Bucks won again.

Houston Rockets 118, Golden State Warriors 112

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No James Harden, no problem. 23 points and 17 assists from Chris Paul pushed the Rockets to victory.

Utah Jazz 125, Dallas Mavericks 109

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Good bounce-back win for the Jazz - Ricky Rubio and Donovan Mitchell scored 25 apiece in the victory.

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