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Tuesday, March 10 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

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It was a busy night in the NBA with nine games on deck and plenty of playoff implications!

Catch up on all the scores, stats, news and highlights from today's games.

Boston Celtics 114, Indiana Pacers 111

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The Celtics hold off a late charge from the Pacers behind 30 points from Jayson Tatum.

Washington Wizards 122, New York Knicks 115

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Bradley Beal's 40 points and seven assists led the Wizards to a win over the Knicks. He's been on a tear since the All-Star break.

Chicago Bulls 108, Cleveland Cavaliers 103

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In his first start of his career, rookie Coby White was the team's biggest contributor as they beat the Cavaliers at home.

Houston Rockets 117, Minnesota Timberwolves 111

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James Harden and Russell Westbrook combine for 64 points as the Rockets snap a 4-game losing streak with this win.

Orlando Magic 120, Memphis Grizzlies 115

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The Magic received 65 points from their bench, led by Terrence Ross' 24, giving them their third straight road win

San Antonio Spurs 119, Dallas Mavericks 111

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Luka Doncic records a near 38-point triple-double (8 assists, 7 rebounds) but the Spurs, behind seven double-digit scorers avoid a season-series sweep by the Mavericks with this win.

Portland Trail Blazers 121, Phoenix Suns 105

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Four players score 20+ points as the Blazers continue their push towards the eighth seed in the West.

Damian Lillard led the way with 25 points, while CJ McCollum and Trevor Ariza added 22 points apiece and Carmelo Anthony 21.

LA Clippers 131, Golden State Warriors 107

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The Clippers bury 20 three-pointers on their way to a big road win!

Seven players scored in doube figures in the win, led by 23 points from Kawhi Leonard.

Brooklyn Nets 104, Los Angeles Lakers 102

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Spencer Dinwiddie's clutch jumper with 28.2 seconds remaining iced the game for the Nets. He finished with 23 points and seven assists, while Caris LeVert added 22.

LeBron James led the Lakers with 29 points, 12 rebounds, and nine assists, while Anthony Davis recorded 26 points and eight rebounds.

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