NBA scores and highlights: Devin Booker's season-high 41 points leads Suns to third straight win

Devin Booker (NBA Getty Images)

Miami Heat 91, Charlotte Hornets 84

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A 22-point, 11-rebound double-double from Kelly Olynyk led the Heat to a big road win over the Hornets

Detroit Pistons 131, Minnesota Timberwolves 114

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Andre Drummond finished with 31 points and 15 rebounds for the Pistons, who have now won 10 of their last 12 games.

Washington Wizards 132, Dallas Mavericks 123

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Bradley Beal goes up top for the finish! The All-Star finished with 30 points, eight assists and seven rebounds in the Wizards win.

San Antonio Spurs 111, Atlanta Hawks 104

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LaMarcus Aldridge led the Spurs to the win with a 32-point performance

Brooklyn Nets 113, Cleveland Cavaliers 107

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D'Angelo Russell gets real smooth with the Shammgod and finish. The Nets All-Star finished with 25 points on the night

Chicago Bulls 108, Philadelphia 76ers 107

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Zach LaVine finished the night with 39 points, no two bigger than this game-winner:

Utah Jazz 114, New Orleans Pelicans 104

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Behind the play of Donovan Mitchell, Utah responded to Monday's loss to New Orleans in a big way

Phoenix Suns 107, New York Knicks 96

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A 41-point performance from Devin Booker led Phoenix to its third-straight win

Boston Celtics 111, Sacramento Kings 109

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One night after scoring 30 points in a win over the Warriors, Gordon Hayward called game in Sacramento

Denver Nuggets 115, Los Angeles Lakers 99

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Four-time league MVP LeBron James entered the night just 13 points shy of passing Michael Jordan for fourth on the list of the NBA's all-time leading scorers. He surpassed him in the second quarter.

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