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Tuesday, January 14 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

Six NBA games went down on Tuesday.

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Follow below for updates, highlights, stats and scores from each game.

Atlanta Hawks def. Phoenix Suns, 123-110

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Trae Young leads the Hawks with 36 points and 10 assists, but Atlanta also gets big-time contributions from Kevin Huerter (23 points, 15 rebounds, eight assists) and John Collins (22 points, 10 rebounds) in the win.

Devin Booker scores 39 points in a losing effort.

Utah Jazz def. Brooklyn Nets, 118-107

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Make that 10 wins in a row for the Jazz.

Joe Ingles steals the show with a team-high 27 points, tying his career-high.

Memphis Grizzlies def. Houston Rockets, 121-110

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Ja Morant does it again. The Rookie of the Year front-runner finishes with 26 points, eight assists and five rebounds on 10-for-11 shooting from the field.

James Harden scores 41 points, but does so on 13-for-37 shooting from the field and 5-for-19 from 3-point range.

Milwaukee Bucks def. New York Knicks, 128-102

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The Bucks cruise to a win behind 37 points, nine rebounds and four assists in 21 minutes from Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Dallas Mavericks def. Golden State Warriors, 124-97

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Luka Doncic scored 20 and Dwight Powell scored a perfect 21 as the Mavericks clinched the season series with the Warriors (3-0). The Mavericks have won all three games by a combined margin of 95 points.

LA Clippers def. Cleveland Cavaliers, 128-103

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With no Paul George, Kawhi Leonard took over and led the Clippers to easy win over the Cavaliers.

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