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NBA scores and highlights: Harden's 40-point streak snapped, Curry erupts from deep


There were eight NBA games on Sunday, with some of the league's top teams and talent on display.

If you missed any of the action, check here to catch up on all the biggest storylines and highlights from each game.

What to watch

  • Rookie of the Year front-runner Luka Doncic on the road against the Philadelphia 76ers.
  • A matchup between the Eastern Conference's best with the Toronto Raptors taking on the Milwaukee Bucks .
  • James Harden has scored 40-plus points in five straight games. Will he make it six in a row tonight?

Charlotte Hornets 110 at Denver Nuggets 123

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Nikola Jokic leads the Nuggets to a victory over the Hornets with 39 points, 12 rebounds and six assists. Kemba Walker scored a team-high 20 points (6-17 FG) for Charlotte and Malik Monk chipped in with 16 points (6-11 FG) off the bench.

Utah Jazz 110 at Detroit Pistons 105

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Dante throws it down, before exiting game

Dallas Mavericks 100 at Philadelphia 76ers 106

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Ben Simmons and Jonah Bolden lead the 76ers to victory over fellow Aussie Ryan Broekhoff and the Mavericks

New Orleans Pelicans 133 at Cleveland Cavaliers 98

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Get on up

Toronto Raptors 123 at Milwaukee Bucks 116

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Giannis strong

Memphis Grizzlies 88 at San Antonio Spurs 108

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Gasol goes to work in the post

Houston Rockets 101 at Portland Trail Blazers 110

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James Harden was looking to make it six straight games with 40 or more points, but he fell painfully short as he was left stranded on 38 as the Blazers stopped the streak and claimed the victory.

Golden State Warriors 127 at Sacramento Kings 123

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A huge final term from the NBA's number one shooter helped lead the Warriors to the big win on the road over the gallant Kings.

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