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San Antonio Spurs

NBA scores and highlights: Giannis leads Bucks past the Pistons; Rudy Gay sinks game-winner; Westbrook, Paul George help Thunder register sixth straight win

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Rudy Gay, and Russell Westbrook
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Washington Wizards 113, Cleveland Cavaliers 116

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The Wizards make things interesting by outscoring the Cavaliers 44-28 in the fourth quarter, but Cleveland holds on to win its second consecutive game.

Milwaukee Bucks 115, Detroit Pistons 105

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Giannis Antetokounmpo leads the Bucks in points (21), rebounds (8), assists (11), steals (3) and trails only Brook Lopez in blocks. What can't the Greek Freak do?

Oklahoma City Thunder 126, Orlando Magic 117

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Paul George scores 37 points, Russell Westbrook records a 23-point, 14-rebound, 14-assist triple-double and Dennis Schroder comes up big in the clutch for OKC.

Chicago Bulls 117, Brooklyn Nets 122

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D'Angelo Russell does it again, this time by scoring 30 points and dishing out seven assists.

New Orleans Pelicans 121, Houston Rockets 116

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Jrue Holiday does a little bit of everything in a big win for the Pelicans.

Phoenix Suns 124, San Antonio Spurs 126

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Rudy Gay hits the game-winner for the Spurs.

Philadelphia 76ers 121, Los Angeles Lakers 105

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Brandon Ingram scores 36 points, but it isn't enough to overcome solid performances from Philadelphia's Big Three of Ben Simmons, Jimmy Butler and Joel Embiid.

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