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NBA scores and highlights: Stephen Curry stars in Warriors' blowout win; LaMarcus Aldridge's effort in vain; Rajon Rondo leads Lakers to blowout win

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Atlanta Hawks 136, Milwaukee Bucks 135

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Trae Young called GAME in overtime vs. the league-leading Milwaukee Bucks.

Dallas Mavericks 106, Oklahoma City Thunder 103

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Trey Burke led the way with 25 points off the bench as OKC drop thier seventh game from their past nine.

Los Angeles Lakers 130, New Orleans Pelicans 102

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With no LeBron James in the line-up, Rajon Rondo led from the front with 24 points, 12 assists, 5 rebounds, and 3 steals on 9-of-14 shooting. In the season series finale against the New Orleans Pelicans, the Lakers cruised to a 28-point win:

Sacramento Kings 113, San Antonio Spurs 106

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The Kings close the game on an 8-0 run to register their win no. 38, equally their win tally from 2008 (the highest since 2006).

Washington Wizards 95, Denver Nuggets 90

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Troy Brown Jr. records a career-high 24 points to guide the nuggets to a huge win on the road.

Golden State Warriors 130, Charlotte Hornets 90

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The Splash Brothers combine to lead the Warriors home.

Los Angeles Clippers 113, Memphis Grizzlies 96

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Danilo Gallinari and Montrezl Harrell lead the Clippers to their eighth win from their past nine games

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