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Saturday, February 8 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

Nine games went down on Sunday with a number of key storylines to keep an eye on as a bunch of players make their debut with new clubs.

Scroll below highlights and news from another big night around the Association.

Milwaukee Bucks 112, Orlando Magic 95

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Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with 19 points, 18 rebounds and nine assists, as the Bucks completed the four-game sweep over the Magic.

Dallas Mavericks 116, Charlotte Hornets 100

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Seth Curry stayed hot against Charlotte, dropping 26 points in a road win for the Mavericks.

Monk with the DUNK!!

New York Knicks 95, Detroit Pistons 92

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Julius Randle and Wayne Ellington finished with 17 points for the Knicks as they held off Detroit to pick up the road win.

New Orleans Pelicans 124, Indiana Pacers 117

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Without Zion, the Pelicans secured a big win on the road behind 31 points and 10 assists from Jrue Holiday.

Toronto Raptors 119, Brooklyn Nets 118

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Caris LeVert missed a shot with one second left and Joe Harris couldn't finish the put back, giving the Raptors their 14th straight win!

Fred VanVleet finished with 29 points and six assists for Toronto.

LA Clippers 115, Minnesota Timberwolves 142

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A franchise record 26 made triples set up a blow out win over the Clippers for Minnesota.

Los Angeles Lakers 125, Golden State Warriors 120

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LeBron James finished with 22 points and 11 assists and a clutch three, while Anthony Davis had 27 points and 10 boards to close out the young Warriors.

Denver Nuggets 117, Phoenix Suns 108

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Jamal Murray's hot start ended in a 36 point night, as Denver picked up a big win in Phoenix.

Sacramento Kings 122, San Antonio Spurs 102

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Five Kings scored in double figured led by Buddy Hield's 31 points (11-17 FGs; 9-10 3Ps). The Kings took control of this game with a 17-2 run to end the third quarter.

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