Sunday, March 8 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

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It was a busy night around the NBA on Sunday, with 11 games on deck.

Here's the key storylines from tonight's games:

  • The Lakers pick up their first win against the Clippers this season in a blockbuster battle
  • Jrue Holiday powered the Pels past the Wolves with 37 points as they keep their playoff hopes alive
  • OKC pull off another big comeback win after trailing by as many as 18 points against the Celtics
  • Duncan Robinson drains 7 three-pointers for the third-straight game in the Heat's win over the Wizards

Catch up on all the scores, stats, news and highlights from each game.

Brooklyn Nets 110, Chicago Bulls 107


Spencer Dinwiddie and Joe Harris lead the way with 24 points apiece, while Caris LeVert added 23 of his own as the Nets pick up the win in Jacque Vaughn's first game as head coach.

New Orleans Pelicans 120, Minnesota Timberwolves 107


Jrue Holiday filled it up on the road with 37 points, nine rebounds, and eight assists!

Zion Williamson chipped in 23 points, finishing off the play of the game, off the half-court alley-oop dime from Lonzo Ball.

Los Angeles Lakers 112, LA Clippers 103


The Lakers' star duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis overpowered the Clippers as they pick up their first win of the season against their local rivals.

Oklahoma City Thunder 105, Boston Celtics 104


Dennis Schroder came up with the clutch steal and bucket to seal the comeback win for OKC!

He finished with 27 points and six assists, while Chris Paul led them in scoring with 28 points and seven assists.

Phoenix Suns 140, Milwaukee Bucks 131


Ricky Rubio records his second triple-double of the season with 25 points, 13 assists, and 13 rebounds, while Devin Booker led the way with 36 points!

Aussie Aron Baynes followed up his career night with another strong performance, adding 24 points on the night.

Miami Heat 100, Washington Wizards 89


The Heat closed out the Wizards with a 25-6 run to pick up the big win on the road, led by 27 points, 14 rebounds, and six assists from Bam Adebayo.

Duncan Robinson continued his sizzling shooting form, knocking down 7 three-pointers on his way to 23 pointss. He became just the sixth platyer in NBA history to make 7 threes in three straight games.

Indiana Pacers 112, Dallas Mavericks 109


Domantas Sabonis records his 50th double-double of the season (franchise record), with 20 points, 17 rebounds, and six assists as the Pacers improve to 39-25 on the season.

Victor Oladipo's bucket with 38.3 seconds remaining put the Pacers in front for good!

Orlando Magic 126, Houston Rockets 106


Six Magic players score in double figures led by 24 points off the bench from D.J. Augustin.

Cleveland Cavaliers 132, San Antonio Spurs 129 [OT]


The Cavs make it back-to-back wins, with seven players scoring in double figures.

Andre Drummond led the way with 28 points and 17 rebounds, while Matthew Dellavedova continued his impressive playmaking of late, with 14 points and 11 assists.

New York Knicks 96, Detroit Pistons 84


Elfrid Payton leads the Knicks with 22 points and 12 rebounds!

Toronto Raptors 118, Sacramento Kings 113


Norm Powell (31 PTS), Kyle Lowry (30 PTS) and Pascal Siakam (23 PTS) combined to lead the Raptors to a tough road win, their third victory in a row.

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