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Tuesday, March 3 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

There were plenty of surprises in Tuesday's eight-game slate.

We had you covered with all the action below.

San Antonio Spurs def. Charlotte Hornets, 104-103

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Dejounte Murray led the way with 21 points, but it took a team effort to take down the Hornets. Whereas DeMar DeRozan had a double-double with 12 points and 10 assists, Bryn Forbes, Derrick White, Patty Mills and Rudy Gay each scored in double figures.

Tim Duncan picks up his first win as a head coach in the process.

Brooklyn Nets def. Boston Celtics, 129-120 - OT

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Caris LeVert exploded for a career-high 51 points including 37 in the 4th and OT to lead the Nets to a wild come from behind win in Boston.

Minnesota Timberwolves def. New Orleans Pelicans, 139-134

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Malik Beasley led eight Timberwolves in double-digit scoring with 28 points, as Minnesota held off New Orleans despite 25 points for Zion Williamson and a triple-double for Jrue Holiday.

LA Clippers def. Oklahoma City Thunder, 109-94

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25 points and eight rebounds for Kawhi Leonard was enough for the Clippers to pick up a comfortable win over the Thunder.

Golden State Warriors def. Denver Nuggets, 116-100

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A 22-point, 10-assist double-double from Andrew Wiggins helped Golden State to a shock road win over the Nuggets.

Toronto Raptors def. Phoenix Suns, 123-114

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Pascal Siakam top scored with 33 points, while Kyle Lowry added 28 in the Raptors road win over the Suns.

Los Angeles Lakers def. Philadelphia 76ers, 120-107

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Anthony Davis led the way with 37 points and 13 rebounds but LeBron James' 3-ball from the logo earns highlight of the game.

Sacramento Kings def. Washington Wizards, 133-126

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De'Aaron Fox went off for 31 points but watch this beautiful dish from Harry Giles III.

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