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NBA scores and highlights: Trae Young, John Colins go off as Atlanta Hawks defeat Phoenix Suns

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John Collins, Trae Young [NBA Getty Images]

Los Angeles Clippers 111, Detroit Pistons 101

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The Clippers came back from down 25 to win - the largest regular season comeback in franchise history.

Charlotte Hornets 125, Chicago Bulls 118

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Kemba Walker scored 37 points in the Hornets' win.

Orlando Magic 102, Brooklyn Nets 89

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All-Star Nikola Vucevic recorded another double-double with 24 points and 12 rebounds.

Milwaukee Bucks 131, Washington Wizards 115

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The Wizards couldn't stop Giannis Antetokounmpo, therefore they lost.

Dallas Mavericks 111, Cleveland Cavaliers 98

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Luka Doncic dropped 28 in the first half, finishing with 35 points in the win.

Indiana Pacers 95, Miami Heat 88

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Bogdan Bogdanovic did a lot of good things in the Pacers' bounce-back win.

San Antonio Spurs 113, New Orleans Pelicans 108

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LaMarcus Aldridge finished with 25 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Spurs to a win.

Golden State Warriors 115, Los Angeles Lakers 101

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This DeMarcus Cousin dunk explains the result of this game.

Denver Nuggets 107, Minnesota Timberwolves 106

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Another triple-double for Nikola Jokic, another win for the Nuggets. That's six in a row now.

Atlanta Hawks 118, Phoenix Suns 112

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Trae Young caught fire again tonight.

Houston Rockets 125, Utah Jazz 98

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James Harden was doing his thing again tonight - 43 points for The Beard.

Sacramento Kings 115, Philadelphia 76ers 108

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Buddy Hield scored a game-high 34 in the Kings' win.

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