Friday, January 31 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

The NBA season rolled on with a six-game slate.

With 12 teams in action, there's plenty of storylines to follow along. We've got you covered with the best from each one!

Toronto Raptors 115, Cleveland Cavaliers 109


Toronto picked up their ninth straigh win in Cleveland, with Serge Ibake leading all scorers to finish with 26 points, while Kyle Lowry added 23.

Charlotte Hornets 107, Washington Wizards 121


The Wizards outscored Charlotte 35-28 in the fourth to run out double-digit winners.

Bradley Beal finished with 34 points, nine rebounds and nine assists after missing out on All-Star selection earlier in the night.

Philadelphia 76ers 117, Atlanta Hawks 127


Trae Young's hot streak has continued as the Hawks pick up an upset win over the Sixers. Young finished with 39 points, six rebounds and a career-high 18 assists in the win.

Golden State Warriors 104, Boston Celtics 119


Gordon Hayward finished with 25 points and seven rebounds, while Jayson Tatum added 20, as the Celtics cruised to a big win over Golden State.

Utah Jazz 100, Denver Nuggets 106


Nikola Jokic scored 11 straight in the last five minutes for the Nuggets as they handed the Jazz their third straight loss.

They next travel to Milwaukee to face the league's best team in the Bucks on the second night of a back-to-back.

Sacramento Kings 124, LA Clippers 103


Paul George returned for the Clippers but De'Aaron Fox's career-high of 34 points pushed the Kings to a comfortable road victory.

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