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Monday, Jan. 25 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

There were seven games of NBA action on this Monday with some matchups you wouldn't have wanted to miss.

We have you covered with final scores, highlights and more.

Toronto Raptors 107, Indiana Pacers 102

Fred VanVleet stepped up defensively to force a shot clock violation late in the fourth quarter of a one-possession game to help the Raptors pull off a win over the Pacers.

LA Clippers 108, Oklahoma City Thunder 100

Kawhi Leonard records a near triple-double with 34 points, nine rebounds and eight assists as the Clippers extended their win streak to league second-best seven games.

They are now tied with the Lakers for the best record in the league at 13-4.

For the OKC Thunder, who lost their third straight, Canadian Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was their biggest contributor with 23 points, seven rebounds, and six assists.

Boston Celtics 141, Cleveland Cavaliers 103

No Tatum, no problem in this one for the C's. Jaylen Brown scores 33 points in 19 minutes - the most by any player in fewer than 20 minutes played during the shot clock era

With the win, Boston snaps a 3-game skid while snapping the Cavaliers' 3-game win streak.

Charlotte Hornets 107, Orlando Magic 104

Gordon Hayward scores 39 - 14 of which came in the fourth quarter including the game-winner - to help the Hornets come from 14 down and snap their four-game losing streak.

San Antonio Spurs 121, Washington Wizards 101

The Wizards play their first game in nearly two weeks but are blown out by 20 in San Antonio, courtesy of Dejounte Murray's second triple-double of the season.

Seven Spurs scored in double figures as they win this one by outscoring the Wizards 19 in the second half (73-54).

Milwaukee Bucks 129, Atlanta Hawks 115

Six Bucks scored in double figures led by reigning two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo's 27 points, 14 rebounds, and eight assists. Milwaukee have now won five in a row vs. the Hawks.

Portland Trail Blazers 116, New York Knicks 113

The Trail Blazers lead by as many as 25 but escape with a win after the Knicks make a furious second-half rally. Damian Lillard led all players with 39 points and eight assists.

For the Knicks, rookie Immanuel Quickcley recorded his career-high with 31.

Top Fantasy Performers

OG Anunoby: 30 PTS, 8 REBS, 5 STLS

Kawhi Leonard: 34 PTS, 9 REBS, 8 ASTS

Jaylen Brown: 33 PTS in 19 MINS

Gordon Hayward: 39 PTS, 9 REBS

Giannis Antetokounmpo: 27 PTS, 14 REBS, 8 ASTS

Dejounte Murray: 11 PTS, 11 REBS, 10 ASTS

Damian Lillard: 39 PTS, 8 ASTS, 5 REBS

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