Monday, Feb. 15 (ET) – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

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We had seven games on deck around the Association tonight, headlined by a showdown between the conference-leading Jazz and 76ers.

Scroll below for the final scores, highlights and top fantasy performers.

Chicago Bulls 120, Indiana Pacers 112 [OT]

Zach LaVine pours in 30 points and nine rebounds to lead the Bulls home in OT!

Washington Wizards 131, Houston Rockets 119

John Wall went off for 29 points and 11 assists in his return to DC, but it wasn't enough as 37 points from Bradley Beal and a 16-point, 13-rebound, 15-assist triple-double from Russell Westbrook powered the Wizards to victory.

New York Knicks 123, Atlanta Hawks 112

Julius Randle erupts for a season-high 44 points as the Knicks make it three wins in a row!

Utah Jazz 134, Philadelphia 76ers 123

The Utah Jazz extends their win streak to eight games behind 40 points from Jordan Clarkson, overcoming a career night from Ben Simmons, who went off for 42 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds.

Golden State Warriors 129, Cleveland Cavaliers 98

Steph being Steph!

LA Clippers 125, Miami Heat 118

Even without Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, the Clippers win against last year's finalists. Six players scored in double figures, led by 32 from Marcus Morris Sr. and 22 from Ivica Zubac.

Miami's All-Stars - Jimmy Butler (30 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists) and Bam Adebayo (27 points, 12 rebounds, 7 assists) - stuffed the stat sheet but in vain.

Brooklyn Nets 136, Sacramento Kings 125

With no Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden (29 points, 14 assists, 13 rebounds) put on a show in the win as the Nets knocked down a franchise-record 27 3-pointers.

Top Fantasy Performers

Julius Randle - 44 PTS (14-22 FG, 7-13 3PT, 9-12 FT), 9 REB, 5 AST

Zach LaVine - 30 PTS (11-25 FG, 4-9 3PT, 4-6 FT), 9 REB, 3 AST

Russell Westbrook - 16 PTS (8-22 FG,), 13 REB, 15 AST

John Wall - 29 PTS (10-26 FG, 1-7 3PT, 8-10 FT), 11 AST, 3 REB, 1 STL, 1 BLK

Ben Simmons - 42 PTS, 12 ASTS, 9 REBS, 1 STL, 1 BLK

Royce O'Neale - 11 PTS, 8 REBS, 3 ASTS, 3 STLS

Tobias Harris - 36 PTS, 10 REBS, 2 ASTS, 2 STLS

Stephen Curry - 36 PTS, 6 ASTS, 2 REBS

Jimmy Butler - 30 PTS, 10 REBS, 10 ASTS, 2 STLS

Bam Adebayo - 27 PTS, 12 REBS, 7 ASTS, 2 BLKS, 1 STL

James Harden - 29 PTS, 14 ASTS, 13 REBS

Kyrie Irving - 40 PTS, 4 REBS, 3 ASTS, 2 STLS

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