NBA scores and highlights: Booker stars in Suns' upset win vs. the Warriors; Mike Conley leads Grizzlies past the Magic; Pistons beat Bulls at home

Devin Booker, Mike Conley Jr., Blake Griffin
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Detroit Pistons 131, Chicago Bulls 108

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The Pistons continue their march towards the playoffs with their fifth straight win.

Blake Griffin led the way with 28 points, while Andre Drummond added 16 points and 15 rebounds.

Toronto Raptors 125, Miami Heat 104

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Eight Raptors players score in double figures, led by Kyle Lowry's 24 points and 10 assists.

Philadelphia 76ers 106, Indiana Pacers 89

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After missing eight games, Joel Embiid returned with a bang, pouring in 33 points and 12 rebounds.

Atlanta Hawks 128, New Orleans Pelicans 116

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John Collins gets it done in a BIG way on both ends.

Memphis Grizzlies 105, Orlando Magic 97

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Terrence Ross knows a thing or two about playing above the rim.

Houston Rockets 94, Dallas Mavericks 93

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Chris Paul continues to re-write the history books as he moves to seventh on the all-time assists leaderboard.

Minnesota Timberwolves 103, New York Knicks 92

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No KAT, no problem. Veteran forward Taj Gibson leads the Timberwolves past the Knicks at home.

San Antonio Spurs 121, Milwaukee Bucks 114

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DeMar DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge lead the Spurs to their fifth straight win by stunning the league-best Milwaukee Bucks in San Antonio.

Phoenix Suns 115, Golden State Warriors 111

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Devin Booker came up huge for the Phoenix Suns as they upset the Warriros at the Oracle Arena.

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