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NBA scores and highlights: Doncic leads Mavericks past Pelicans, D-Rose gets MVP chants, Danny Green hits game-winner

Luka Doncic, Derrick Rose and Danny Green
Luka Doncic, Derrick Rose and Danny Green (Getty Images)

With 10 games on Wednesday's NBA slate, we've got plenty of big names in action, headlined by the Denver Nuggets and San Antonio Spurs.

Keep up with all the night's scores and highlights, right here.

Detroit Pistons 106, Washington Wizards 95

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22 points off the bench from Langston Galloway gave assistance to Blake Griffin's big night in a win for the Pistons.

Phoenix Suns 122, Orlando Magic 120 (OT)

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It took one low-scoring overtime period, but Devin Booker's 35 points propelled the visiting Suns past the Magic.

Indiana Pacers 129, Atlanta Hawks 121

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Led by 21 points from Thaddeus Young, the Pacers benefitted from eight (!) double-figure scorers in their nine-point win over the Hawks.

Brooklyn Nets 134, Charlotte Hornets 132 (2OT)

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The Nets have now won nine of their last 10 games thanks to this fastbreak finish from Joe Harris in double overtime.

Toronto Raptors 106, Miami Heat 104

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Kawhi Leonard scored 30 points and Danny Green sank a game-winning 3-pointer to complete the Raptors rally from 17 down.

Minnesota Timberwolves 119, Chicago Bulls 94

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Derrick Rose finished with 24 points and eight assists as his team cruised to a 25-point win in his hometown, whose fans showed him plenty of love.

Memphis Grizzlies 95, Cleveland Cavaliers 87

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The Grizz took care of business at home vs. the Cavs, led by 20 points and nine rebounds from big man Marc Gasol.

Dallas Mavericks 122, New Orleans Pelicans 119

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Luka Doncic got going early and often, using a big first half to flirt with a triple-double. The 19-year-old finished with 21 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds.

San Antonio Spurs 111, Denver Nuggets 103

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DeMar DeRozan finishes with 30 points, seven rebounds and five assists as the Spurs take down the West's No. 1 seed.

Los Angeles Clippers 127, Sacramento 118

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Behind the play of Montrezl Harrell and Lou Williams, the Clippers withstood a frantic 27-3 run by the Kings to hold on for a nine-point win.

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