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NBA scores and highlights: D-Wade shines in final game at Portland; Westbrook records 7th straight triple-double in win; Tobias Harris drains game-winner in Charlotte

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LA Clippers 117, Charlotte Hornets 115

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Tobias Harris comes up big in the clutch for the Clippers.

Boston Celtics 103, Cleveland Cavaliers 96

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Jayson Tatum scores 12 of his team-high 25 points from the free throw line, marking a new career-high for the sophomore.

Indiana Pacers 136, Los Angeles Lakers 94

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LeBron James makes history by becoming the youngest player in NBA history to reach 32,000 points , but it comes in the worst loss of his career.

Detroit Pistons 105, New York Knicks 92

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Blake Griffin puts up 29 points, eight assists and six rebounds

Toronto Raptors 119, Philadelphia 76ers 107

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Joel Embiid's 37 points and 13 rebounds aren't enough for the 76ers to beat the Raptors.

Memphis Grizzlies 108, Minnesota Timberwolves 106

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Mike Conley (25 points) and Jaren Jackson Jr. (23 points) lead the Grizzlies to a close victory over the Timberwolves.

Oklahoma City Thunder 132, Orlando Magic 122

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Paul George shoots only 9-for-26 from the field but finishes with a game-high 39 points.

Miami Heat 118, Portland Trail Blazers 108

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In his final game at Portland, Dwyane Wade shined with 22 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists on 52.9% shooting from the field. He received some MVP chants right at the end after this short hot stint in the third quarter:

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