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NBA scores and highlights: Julius Randle leads Pelicans' comeback in Utah; De'Aaron Fox, Kings edge the Knicks; Russell stars in Nets' blowout win

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Brooklyn Nets 127, Dallas Mavericks 88

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Six players score in double figures for the Nets in the 39-point win, their largest margin of victory in Barclays Center history.

Miami Heat 114, Atlanta Hawks 113

Box score | Play-by-play | D-Wade & Vince Carter make history

Dwyane Wade leads the Heat with 23 points, five assists and two blocks, passing Michael Jordan for the most blocks by a guard in NBA history.

San Antonio Spurs 104, Denver Nuggets 103

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The Spurs hang on to win a thriller at home for their third-straight victory, behind 24 points and seven assists from DeMar DeRozan, while LaMarcus Aldridge adds 22 points and nine rebounds.

Phoenix Suns 114, Milwaukee Bucks 105

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Phoenix follow up thier win over the Lakers, with an impressive victory over the league-leading Milwaukee Bucks.

New Orleans Pelicans 115, Utah Jazz 112

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The Pelicans reeled off a 22-2 run in the fourth quarter to get back into the game, with Julius Randle (30 PTS) and Jrue Holiday (30 PTS) leading the way.

Sacramento Kings 115, New York Knicks 108

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The Sacramento Kings snap their three-game losing streak with a win over the Knicks, thanks to 28 points from Buddy Hield. De'Aron Fox added 16 points, including this monster windmill jam on the break.

LA Clippers 113, Los Angeles Lakers 105

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The Los Angeles Lakers find themselves 6.0 games out of the eighth seed after dropping their fifth game from their past six outings. Meanwhile the Clippers leapfrog the Spurs into the seventh seed after today's win.

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