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NBA scores and highlights: Trail Blazers come up short against Nuggets

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Nikola Jokic shoots over Jusuf Nurkic (NBA Getty Images)

The NBA season continues to move along past the halfway point with a full seven-game schedule on Sunday. We'll keep you updated with scores and highlights from all of the action throughout the day.

All times Eastern.

Philadelphia 76ers 108, New York Knicks 105

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Ben Simmons fuels the 76ers on the road with arguably the game of his career!

Toronto Raptors 140, Washington Wizards 138

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Bradley Beal was lights out, but it was Kawhi and the Raptors who emerged victorious.

Milwaukee Bucks 133, Atlanta Hawks 114

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With Giannis back in the starting squad, the Bucks bounced back with the road victory despite the best efforts of Trae Young.

Orlando Magic 116, Houston Rockets 109

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James Harden did the heavy lifting for the Rockets, but it wasn't enough to stop the Magic who stormed home late to run over the top of the visitors.

Golden State Warriors 119, Dallas Mavericks 114

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Steph Curry erupted from beyond the arc as he hit 11 threes to lead the Warriors over a gallant Mavericks

Portland Trail Blazers 113 Denver Nuggets 116

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Nikola Jokic leads the way with a season-high 40 points as the Nuggets make it 12 in a row at Pepsi Center.

Cleveland Cavaliers 101 Los Angeles Lakers 95

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Cavs travel into Los Angeles and pull off the upset victory over the Lakers who fall to 3-7 without LeBron James

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