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Monday's NBA scores and highlights: Grizzlies stun Lakers in LA; Heat win 5th straight

LeBron James and Marc Gasol faced off for the second time this season. Meanwhile, Dwyane Wade played his final game in Orlando.
LeBron James and Marc Gasol faced off for the second time this season. Meanwhile, Dwyane Wade played his final game in Orlando. (Getty Images)

With 11 games on Monday's NBA slate, there was no shortage of superstars on display, headlined by the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State Warriors locking horns.

If you missed any of the games, we've got you covered with all the day's scores and highlights, right here.

Atlanta Hawks 98, Detroit Pistons 95

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On the road and in enemy territory, the Atlanta Hawks burst out of the gates and never looked back.

Vince Carter continued to defy Father Time and looked incredibly impressive throughout.

A late Pistons rally made things interesting down the stretch, but the Hawks held strong to claim the 98-95 win:

Washington Wizards 89, Indiana Pacers 105

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Sabonis with his Thor impersonation as he drops the HAMMER

With a 31-18 third-quarter score, the Pacers went 2-0 for the season against the Wizards:

Charlotte Hornets 103, Boston Celtics 119

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Kyrie with the hot hand as the Celtics rebound

Behind a huge 39-21 second quarter, the Celtics beat the Hornets at home, snapping their 3-game losing streak in the process.

Phoenix Suns 103, Brooklyn Nets 111

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It's a shootout in Brooklyn

Behind Spencer Dinwiddie's 24 points, the Nets won their eight game in the last nine:

Chicago Bulls 112, Cleveland Cavaliers 92

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Cavs just holding sway over the Bulls

Lauri Markannen dropped 31 points on 61.1% shooting as the Bulls won consecutives games for the first time this season.

Miami Heat 115, Orlando Magic 91

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Oh my

With this win, the Heat have now won five straight and have got back to a .500 record for the first time since Nov. 7.

New Orleans Pelicans 117, Sacramento Kings 122

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WCS with the gift

Despite 26 points and 17 rebounds from Anthony Davis, it was the Sacramento Kings that finished as victors, handing the Pelicans their fourth straight loss.

Minnesota Timberwolves 114, Oklahoma City Thunder 112

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Wolves feasting early

On the back of Andrew Wiggins' 30 points, the Timberwolves snap the Thunder's 4-game win streak despite 31 from Paul George and a 23-11-10 triple-double by Russell Westbrook:

Los Angeles Clippers 127, Golden State Warriors 129

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It was the Steph and KD show at Oracle Arena but Curry put the icing on the cake with his game-winner:

Dallas Mavericks 118, Portland Trail Blazers 121 [OT]

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Aminu throwing it DOWN

It took an extra five minutes but the Blazers levelled the season series with the Mavericks at 1-1 with two games to go.

Memphis Grizzlies 107, Los Angeles Lakers 99

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Kuz feeds LBJ

The Grizzlies, losers of their last five games, rode into LA and snapped the Lakers' six-game home winning streak.

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