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NBA scores and highlights: DeRozan, Spurs win 7th straight; Giannis, Bucks pick up road win; Ben Simmons leads 76ers past the Cavs

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Indiana Pacers 103, New York Knicks 98

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Bojan Bogdanovic top-scored with 24 points on 9-of-16 shooting to keep the Pacers in the hunt for the third seed in the Eastern Conference with a win against the New York Knicks.

Philadelphia 76ers 106, Cleveland Cavaliers 99

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Ben Simmons (26 PTS, 10 REB, 8 AST) flirted with a triple-double as the Sixers took care of business at home against the Cavs.

Los Angeles Lakers 123, Chicago Bulls 107

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The Lakers snapped a five-game losing streak behind 36 points from LeBron James. These two might have been the loudest:

Milwaukee Bucks 130, New Orleans Pelicans 113

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MVP candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo providing a reminder that the mid-range isn't dead.

San Antonio Spurs 112, Dallas Mavericks 105

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Dirk got off to a hot start, but the Spurs ultimately earned a seven-point win behind 33 points from DeMar DeRozan.

Minnesota Timberwolves 107, Denver Nuggets 133

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The Nuggets record 40 assists en route to a comfortable 26-point win vs the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Portland Trail Blazers 125, LA Clippers 104

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A red-hot CJ McCollum scored 30 of his 35 points in the second half to help the Blazers snap the Clippers' 5-game win streak.

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