NBA scores and highlights: Golden State Warriors defeat Hornets on 26 points from Klay Thompson

Klay Thompson (NBA Getty Images)

Golden State Warriors 121, Charlotte Hornets 110

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Klay Thompson's 26 points led the Warriors to victory.

Portland Trail Blazers 123, Cleveland Cavaliers 110

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The Blazers used a big night from Seth Curry to get the win.

Detroit Pistons 113, Indiana Pacers 109

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Blake Griffin with a big triple-double against another Eastern Conference Playoff team.

Brooklyn Nets 101, San Antonio Spurs 85

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23 points from D'Angelo Russell in the win.

Phoenix Suns 124, Miami Heat 121

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Devin Booker buried some clutch free throws to give the Suns a win.

Milwaukee Bucks 117, Chicago Bulls 106

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Malcolm Brogdon stepped up in Giannis Antetokounmpo's absence.

Houston Rockets 119, Atlanta Hawks 111

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Chris Paul had another solid game with 20 points, eight assists and six rebounds.

Memphis Grizzlies 110, Los Angeles Lakers 105

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The Grizzlies social account had some fun after the win.

Minnesota Timberwolves 112, Sacramento Kings 105

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Karl-Anthony Towns went off in his first game back from his car accident. He scored 34 points and 21 rebounds in the win.

Philadelphia 76ers 111, New Orleans Pelicans 110

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The Sixers won a close one - Tobias Harris went for 29 and 10 and Ben Simmons faked Anthony Davis out of his shoes.

Los Angeles Clippers 121, Dallas Mavericks 112

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A new career-high for Montrezl Harrell as the Clippers picked up the win.

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