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Thursday, October 31 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

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How far can the Nuggets star duo lead them? (NBAE/Getty Images)

A small three game slate in the NBA on Thursday night, but we have all the action covered in our live blog for the night.

Keep up to date with scores, highlights and reaction throughout with our live blog.

Click to jump down to each game.

Miami Heat 106 def Atlanta Hawks 97

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Miami Heat rookie, Kendrick Nunn continued his sensational start to the season, pouring in 28 points on 10-for-15 shooting.

The Heat move to 4-1, as their impressive early season form continues.

The second rising rookie star for Miami, Tyler Herro added 17 points, four rebounds and 3 assists.

The Hawks were without Trae Young in this one, as he continues his recovery from a right ankle injury. In his absence, Jabari Parker led all scorers with 23 points, while adding eight rebounds.

New Orleans Pelicans 122 def Denver Nuggets 107

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Behind 26 from Jahlil Okafor and 25 from Brandon Ingram, the Pelicans record their first win of the season and hand the Nuggets their second straight loss.

Los Angeles Clippers 103 def San Antonio Spurs 97

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The Los Angeles Clippers have held off the San Antonio Spurs, behind a monster night from Kawhi Leonard.

Last years Finals MVP was dominant from start to finish, pouring in 38 points to go with 12 rebounds.

Another former Raptor, DeMar DeRozan, finished with 29 points for San Antonio.

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