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Tuesday, May 4 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

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Seven games on Tuesday night, with postseason implications littered throughout.

The Phoenix Suns re-claimed top spot in the West, while the Bucks and Nets played again. Keep up with all the final scores, news, highlights and top fantasy performers right here!

Phoenix Suns 134, Cleveland Cavaliers 118 [OT]

It took overtime but the Suns prevailed in Cleveland in overtime.

Charlotte Hornets 102, Detroit Pistons 99

LaMelo Ball stuffs the stat sheets as Hornets pick up the victory on the road.

Milwaukee Bucks 124, Brooklyn Nets 118

The Bucks sweep the two consecutive home games against the Nets, making a statement.

New Orleans Pelicans 108, Golden State Warriors 103

Lonzo Ball led the scoring charts while Zion Williamson stuffed the stat sheets with 23 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists and four steals.

They helped the Pelicans overcome Stephen Curry's 37-point night.

Sacramento Kings 103, Oklahoma City Thunder 99

Six different player score in double-digits as Delon Wright steps in as the starting points and shows out with 13 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists, four steals and four blocks.

Dallas Mavericks 127, Miami Heat 113

Luka Doncic contributes across the board with 23 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists while Tim Hardaway Jr. was the spark behind the Mavericks win in Miami.

LA Clippers 105, Toronto Raptors 100

Paul George scored or assisted on 10 of the team's game-clinching 17-6 run over the final 5:07 run to snap their three-game skid.

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