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Tuesday, Dec. 29 – NBA scores, updates, stats, news, highlights, and fantasy lines of the night

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With 10 games to catch up on, there's plenty of big storylines to follow.

We've got you covered below with the scores, news, highlights, and the best fantasy performers of the night:

New York Knicks 95, Cleveland Cavaliers 86

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The Knicks hand the Cavaliers their first loss of the season, behind Julius Randle's 28-point, 12-rebounds, 11-assist triple-double.

Golden State Warriors 116, Detroit Pistons 106

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Stephen Curry drops 31 while Andrew Wiggins scores 27 as the Warriors pick up their second consecutive win of the season, to improve to 2-2 for the season.

This two-way play from James Wiseman was the talk of the fourth quarter and went viral. The No. 2 overall pick of the 2020 Draft finished with six points, six rebounds, and two blocks in 22 minutes of action.

The Pistons now fall to 0-4 for the season. Jerami Grant top scores with 27 while Derrick Rose finishes with 15 points and seven assists but Blake Griffin didn't take the court in the second half.

Boston Celtics 116, Indiana Pacers 111

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Jayson Tatum was the star of the game with 27 points, 11 rebounds, four assists, and three steals but the game was sealed with this clutch steal by Jaylen Brown.

Brown chipped in with 20 while rookie Payton Pritchard impressed with 10 points, five rebounds, and five assists in 27 minutes of action as the Celtics improved to 2-2 by splitting their back-to-back road games in Indiana.

For the Pacers, six players finished in double figures. Victor Oladipo led the scoring with 24 points while Domantas Sabonis stuffed the stat sheet with 14 points, 11 rebounds, eight assists, and two steals.

Philadelphia 76ers 100, Toronto Raptors 93

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Joel Embiid dominates with a double-double of 29 points and 16 rebounds while some clutch plays from Seth Curry and Tobias Harris sealed the 76ers win.

Harris finished with 26 points and 11 rebounds while Ben Simmons stuffed the stat sheet with 11 points, 13 rebounds, and seven assists as the Raptors dropped to 0-3 for the season, their first winless start through three games for the first time in 15 years.

Chicago Bulls 115, Washington Wizards 107

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Seven Bulls score in double figures, led by 23 from Zach LaVine, to give their head coach Billy Donovan his first win with the team.

Chicago win this one despite 29 from Bradley Beal and a 21-point, 15-rebounds, and 11-assist triple-double from Russell Westbrook. The Wizards are now 0-4 for the season.

Milwaukee Bucks 144, Miami Heat 97

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The Bucks break the NBA record with 29 3-pointers to record the largest road win in franchise history.

Giannis Antetokounmpo just had to score nine points as the Bucks blew out the Heat in this Finals rematch, although the Heat suited up with Jimmy Butler and Andre Iguodala.

Orlando Magic 118, Oklahoma City Thunder 107

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Third straight road win and a historic victory at Oklahoma City for the Magic.

Nikola Vucevic re-writes the Magic record books.

Six Magic players scored in double figures as Nikola Vucevic leads the way with 28 points, 10 rebounds, and five assists.

Markelle Fultz posts a double-double of 11 points and 10 assists. For the Thunder, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was the star with 23 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists.

Phoenix Suns 111, New Orleans Pelicans 86

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Six Suns players score in double figures and the duo of Chris Paul and Devin Booker are not part of those six. Yet, Phoenix cruises to victory over the reigning Western Conference Player of the Week Brandon Ingram, Zion Williamson, and the Pelicans.

Jae Crowder top scores with 21 while Cameron Johnson scored 18 in 22 minutes off the bench as the Suns led by 40 at one point in the game.

For New Orleans, Williamson scores 20. Ingram finished with 13 points, six rebounds, and six assists but the team's 3-of-24 shooting from long range didn't help their cause.

LA Clippers 124, Minnesota Timberwolves 101

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The Clippers bounced back from a 51-point loss with a 23-point blowout of the Timberwolves. As many as seven players scored in double figures as the Clippers shot 47-of-88 from the field (53.4%).

Lou Williams topped the scoring charts with 20 points while Serge Ibaka was amongst the top contributors with 16 points, eight rebounds, and four assists.

D'Angelo Russell top-scored for the visitors but they never stood a chance without Karl-Anthony Towns. They trailed by as many as 31 at one point.

Sacramento Kings 125, Denver Nuggets 115

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Nikola Jokic makes history, passing Fat Lever for the most triple-doubles in franchise history. He finishes with 26 points, 12 assists, and 11 rebounds but for the second time in four games, the Nuggets go down to the Kings.

Seven players finished in double figures for Sacramento finished in double figures, led by De'Aaron Fox's 24 points and nine assists.

Rookie Tyrese Haliburton impressed plenty with his performance off the bench - 13 points, six assists, three rebounds, and three steals in 25 minutes.

The 3-1 record is the Kings' best start to the season since 2014-15.

Fantasy lines of the night

Julius Randle: 28 PTS (9-16 FGs, 4-4 3PGs, 6-10 FT) 12 REB, 11 AST, 1 STL

Andrew Wiggins: 27 PTS, 7 REBS, 3 ASTS, 3 BLKS, 1 STL

Stephen Curry: 31 PTS (9-17 FGs; 5-9 3PGs), 6 ASTS, 5 REBS, 2 STLS

Jayson Tatum: 27 PTS (9-17 FGs), 11 REBS, 4 ASTS, 3 STLS

Domantas Sabonis: 14 PTS, 11 REBS, 8 ASTS, 2 STLS, 1 BLK

Joel Embiid: 29 PTS, 16 REBS, 4 ASTS, 2 STLS, 2 BLKS

Kyle Lowry: 24 PTS, 9 ASTS, 8 REBS

Russell Westbrook: 21 PTS (9-17 FGs), 15 REBS, 11 ASTS, 1 STL

Nikola Vucevic: 28 PTS (12-18 FGs), 10 REBS, 5 ASTS, 1 STL

Nikola Jokic: 26 PTS, 11 REBS, 12 ASTS, 1 STL

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