Wednesday, April 28 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

Ten games filled the schedule on Wednesday night, with playoff implications littered throughout. Play-In tournament seeding and postseason clinches were all on the line in a series of intriguing matchups.

Keep up to date with all the final scores, news, highlights and top performers right here!

Orlando Magic 109, Cleveland Cavaliers 104

Gary Harris is filled the stat sheet for the Magic, tallying 19 points, six rebounds and seven assists in the win.

Atlanta Hawks 83, Philadelphia 76ers 127

The Sixers have officially clinched a playoff spot by blowing out the Hawks at home.

Seth Curry led the Sixers with 20 points as the starters got plenty of rest in this one.

Los Angeles Lakers 107, Washington Wizards 116

Russell Westbrook has done it again. Another triple-double for Westbrook, finishing with 18 points, 18 rebounds and 14 assists.

Charlotte Hornets 111, Boston Celtics 120

Jaylen Brown led the Celtics with 38 points, while Jayson Tatum added 35 of his own to help the Celtics to an important win.

Chicago Bulls 94, New York Knicks 113

The Knicks used a 37-19 fourth quarter to pull away from the Bulls and take sole possession of the four seed in the East.

Julius Randle poured in 34 points to go with seven rebounds and three assists.

San Antonio Spurs 111, Miami Heat 116

Jimmy Butler stuffed the stat sheet to finish with 29 points, eight rebounds and six assists in a big win for Miami.

Portland Trail Blazers 130, Memphis Grizzlies 109

The Blazers rack up back-to-back wins for the first time since Mar. 31, courtesy of a blowout victory in Memphis.

Denver Nuggets 114, New Orleans Pelicans 112

The Nuggets keep rolling courtesy of Jokic's clutch block on Zion Williamson.

Phoenix Suns 109, LA Clippers 101

Chris Paul takes over late as the Suns win and clinch their first playoff spot since 2010.

Utah Jazz 154, Sacramento Kings 105

Jazz score a franchise-record points tally, despite missing Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley Jr.

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