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NBA scores and highlights: Bradley Beal drops 40 in loss; MVP candidates Giannis and Harden put up huge games

Bradley Beal, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and James Harden
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Detroit Pistons 111, Los Angeles Lakers 97

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The Pistons win their eighth game from their past 10 outings, behind 23 points from Langston Galloway and a 19-point, 23-rebounds double-double from Andre Drummond.

Philadelphia 76ers 123, Sacramento Kings 114

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All five 76ers starters score in double figures, led by Jimmy Butler (22 points) and Joel Embiid (21 points, 17 rebounds).

Charlotte Hornets 116, Washington Wizards 110

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Kemba Walker scores 28 points as the Hornets continue their push towards the playoffs.

Milwaukee Bucks 113, Miami Heat 98

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After trailing by as many as 23 points, the Bucks pull off their biggest comeback of the season, led by 33 points, 16 rebounds and nine assists from Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Houston Rockets 108, Phoenix Suns 102

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James fills it up for Houston with 41 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds.

Portland Trail Blazers 122, New Orleans Pelicans 110

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The Blazers overcome a career-high 45 points from New Orleans' Julius Randle to win their third-striaght game.

San Antonio Spurs 109, New York Knicks 83

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Six players score in double figures as the Spurs cruise to their seventh-straight win.

Chicago Bulls 121, LA Clippers 128

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The Clippers are one of the hottest teams in the NBA right now.

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