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Monday, November 4 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

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With six games of NBA action on Sunday night, there was no shortage of impressive performances around the league.

From LeBron James and Luka Doncic recording monster triple-doubles to Kawhi Leonard's fourth-quarter heroics against the Jazz, catch up on all the scores, highlights and reaction throughout with our live blog.

Indiana Pacers def. Chicago Bulls, 108-95

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TJ Warren (26 points) steps up big for the Pacers, who were down two starters in Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner.

Miami Heat def. Houston Rockets, 129-100

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The Heat led by as much as 41 points in this game.

Jimmy Butler led the way with a solid all-around performance of 18 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and four steals in 27 minutes.

Sacramento Kings def. New York Knicks, 113-92

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De'Aaron Fox and Buddy Hield combined for 46 points in a convincing win for the Kings.

Fox also got it done on the defensive end.

Los Angeles Lakers def. San Antonio Spurs, 103-96

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James recorded his second straight triple-double, the first Laker to do since Lamar Odom in 2006, leading the Lakers to their fifth straight win.

After being tied at 90, the Lakers go 13-6 run to hand the Spurs their first home loss.

Dallas Mavericks def. Cleveland Cavaliers, 131-111

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Luka Doncic recorded his second straight triple-double with 29 points, 15 assists, and 14 rebounds en route to leading the Mavericks to a comfortable win over the Cavaliers.

Los Angeles Clippers def. Utah Jazz, 105-94

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Kawhi Leonard scored 18 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Clippers to their second win in a row.

Donovan Mitchell filled it up for the Jazz, recording 36 points and six assists.

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