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NBA scores and highlights: Giannis' TD leads Bucks past Heat, Trae Young helps Hawks upset OKC, Young Lakers beat Bulls

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Trae Young, and Lonzo Ball
Giannis Antetokounmpo, Trae Young, and Lonzo Ball (Getty Images)

The records keep tumbling across the NBA, with some impressive scoring performances from the Golden State Warriors and Philadelphia 76ers headlining today's action.

If you missed any of today's games, catch up here with all the biggest storylines, highlights and top performers, right here!

Indiana Pacers 131 Phoenix Suns 97

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In his first game back from injury, Myles Turner finished with 18 points, six rebounds and two steals as the Pacers cruised to a big win over the Suns.

Philadelphia 76ers 149 Minnesota Timberwolves 107

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Jimmy Butler helped the Sixers get the win against his former team, recording 19 points, while Joel Embiid led the way with 31 points and 13 rebounds.

Seven players scored in double figures on the night as the 76ers shot a scorching 59% from the field and 48% from deep, connecting on 21-of-43 three-pointers.

Atlanta Hawks 142 Oklahoma City Thunder 126

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Against the NBA's best defence, the Atlanta Hawks put on a show, piling on 142 points, behind big nights from Trae Young (24 PTS, 11 AST), Alex Len (24 PTS, 11 REB) and John Collins (26 PTS, 5 REB)

Milwaukee Bucks 124 Miami Heat 86

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Gianiis Antetokounmpo records his fourth triple-double of the season and 13th for this career (12 PTS, 10 REB, 10 AST) in the 38-point win.

Golden State Warriors 142 Denver Nuggets 111

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Klay Thompson finished the night with 31 points, eight of which came via dunks

Los Angeles Lakers 107 Chicago Bulls 100

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The Los Angeles Lakers turned it on in the fourth quarter with a 14-0 run to close out the Chicago Bulls and snap their two-game skid, with Lonzo Ball leading the way.

The Lakers point guard finished with 19 points, eight rebounds and six assists, scoring 13 of his points in the second half as they recorded just their fourth win without LeBron James.

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