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Friday, February 28 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

We had four games around the Association, headlined by the Oklahoma City Thunder's stirring comeback win over the Sacramento Kings, while the Los Angeles Lakers cruised to their seventh consecutive win, beating the Golden State Warriors on the road.

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

Philadelphia 76ers 115, New York Knicks 106

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Tobias Harris poured in 34 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists to power the short-handed 76ers past the Knicks to improve their home record to 28-2.

Indiana Pacers 106, Portland Trail Blazers 100

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Six Pacers score in double figures led by a 20-point, 11-rebound double-double from Domantas Sabonis, while fellow big man Myles Turner came up clutch down the stretch, knocking down the game sealing three-pointer with 9.1 seconds remaining.

Oklahoma City Thunder 112, Sacramento Kings 108

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The Thunder rally from 19 points down to secure their fifth win in a row as they continue their push towards the top four in the Western Conference..

Danilo Gallinari led the way with 24 points and six rebounds, while Shai Gilgeous-Alexander added 20 points and Chris Paul 17 points and seven assists.

Los Angeles Lakers 116, Golden State Warriors 86

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The LeBron-less Lakers cruise to their seventh win in a row, behind 23 points from Anthony Davis and 18 points off the bench from Kyle Kuzma.

After a tight first half, the Lakers blew the game open in the third, outscoring the Warriors 40-17 in the period and 62-34 in the second half.

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