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NBA Scores and highlights: KAT puts up monster numbers in win; Mitchell, Westbrook lead team to home wins

Karl-Anthony Towns, Donovan Mitchell and Russell Westbrook
Karl-Anthony Towns, Donovan Mitchell and Russell Westbrook (Getty Images)

The NBA season continues to move along past the halfway point with a full eight-game schedule on Sunday. Here's a complete summary of all the action:

Detroit Pistons 109, LA Clippers 104

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Blake Griffin lifts the Pistons in his return against the Clippers - 44 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, and 3 steals on 56.5% shooting.

Memphis Grizzlies 108, Miami Heat 112

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Miami Heat backed up their win over the Boston Celtics with another win to wrap up their 3-game homestand.

Boston Celtics 103, Orlando Magic 105

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For the second time in two matchups, the Magic have come up victorious against the Boston Celtics and once again, by a margin of fewer than five points.

New Orleans Pelicans 106, Minnesota Timberwolves 110

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With a monster stat line of 27 points, 27 rebounds, 4 blocks, 3 assists, and 2 steals from Karl-Anthony Towns outdueled Anthony Davis to give Timberwolves the win.

San Antonio Spurs 112, Oklahoma City Thunder 122

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The OKC Thunder avenged their 2OT loss in San Antonio on Friday with a win against the Spurs, this time in Oklahoma City.

Denver Nuggets 93, Phoenix Suns 102

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The Phoenix Suns shocked the West's top-seeded Denver Nuggets behind Kelly Oubre Jr.'s career-high:

Chicago Bulls vs. Utah Jazz

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Yes, it was a great night for Utah with their straight win but it was a historic night for sharpshooter Kyle Korver:

Charlotte Hornets vs. Sacramento Kings

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Buddy Hield and Bogdan Bogdanovic fueled the Kings to a home win over Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Hornets:

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