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NBA scores and highlights: Dwyane Wade scores 16 points in final career game at MSG

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Dwyane Wade (NBA Getty Images)

LA Clippers 132, Cleveland Cavaliers 108

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Shai Gilgeous-Alexander puts his full potential on display with 22 points (9-12 FG) and eight assists in 27 minutes of action.

Brooklyn Nets 110, Boston Celtics 96

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D'Angelo Russell scores 20 of his game-high 29 points in the third quarter.

Houston Rockets 119, Sacramento Kings 108

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Another monster game from James Harden as the Rockets defeat the Kings.

Detroit Pistons 99, Portland Trail Blazers 90

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The Pistons have now won 11 in a row at home.

Orlando Magic 121, Indiana Pacers 116

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Aaron Gordon finishes with 23 points, 10 boards and seven assists in the win.

Miami Heat 100, New York Knicks 92

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Dwyane Wade scores 16 points off the bench in his final game at Madison Square Garden.

Toronto Raptors 124, Chicago Bulls 101

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Fred VanVleet starts in place of Kawhi Leonard and leads the Raptors in scoring with 23 points.

Philadelphia 76ers 118, Minnesota Timberwolves 109

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Jonah Bolden steps up big as Joel Embiid's replacement in the starting lineup.

Memphis Grizzlies 120, Phoenix Suns 115

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Jonas Valanciunas was a monster tonight finishing with 34 points and 20 rebounds.

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