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Saturday, February 22 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

The NBA season rolled on with a seven-game slate on Saturday.

14 teams were in action and here's the biggest storylines out of it:

  • It took a competitive contest but behind John Collins' 35, Trae Young and the Hawks defeat the Dallas Mavericks without Luka Doncic.
  • Miami Heat win big on Dwyane Wade's retirement night.
  • In the big showdown at Milwaukee, the Bucks blowout the 76ers behind a big game by Giannis Antetokounmpo.
  • Rockets beat Jazz in Salt Lake City in what could be a potential playoff meeting.

Sacramento Kings 112, LA Clippers 103

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14 points. 12 rebounds. 1 monstrous dunk. Harry Giles III made his presence felt as the Kings handed the Clippers their third straight loss.

Brooklyn Nets 115, Charlotte Hornets 86

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Eight players score in double figures led by 21 points from Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot.

Atlanta Hawks 111, Dallas Mavericks 107

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John Collins filled it up with 35 points, 17 rebounds on 13-of-18 shooting, while Trae Young added 25 points and 10 assists as the Hawks come back from 16 points down to snatch the W.

Miami Heat 124, Cleveland Cavaliers 105

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The Heat register a comfortable 19-point win on a night that saw Dwyane Wade's jersey goes up into the rafters.

Phoenix Suns 112, Chicago Bulls 104

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Kelly Oubre Jr. provided the highlight dunk of the game but the trio of Devin Booker (29p/5r/5a), Deandre Ayton (28p/19r/3b) and Ricky Rubio (18p/11a/7r/2s) did the major damage.

This is the Bulls' eighth straight loss.

Milwaukee Bucks 119, Philadelphia 76ers 98

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Giannis Antetokounmpo with a near triple-double leads the Bucks to a comfortable win against the 76ers, the Bucks' 48th of the season.

Ben Simmons is offically rueld out for the rest of the game after re-aggravating his injured back in the first quarter.

Houston Rockets 120, Utah Jazz 110

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Jordan Clarkson and Donovan Mitchell combine for 55 but James Harden and Russell Westbrook's 72 points lead the Rockets to an impressive victory in Salt Lake City

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