Saturday, December 14 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

Get your weekend started right with a full night of NBA games!

With 18 teams in action, here are the biggest headlines at the end of the 9-game slate:

  • James Harden continues to go crazy on the league. He drops 55 in a 23-point win
  • LeBron James returns to Miami to lead the Lakers to their 13th straight road win and hand the Heat their first home loss.
  • Bucks win their 17th straight behind a big 4th quarter from Giannis.

Follow below for scores and highlights from each game.

Houston Rockets 130, Orlando Magic 107


After scoring 55 in Cleveland, Harden scores 54 in Orlando to give the Rockets the dominating win.

Philadelphia 76ers 116, New Orleans Pelicans 109


JJ Redick scores 19 in his return to Philadelphia, but the 76ers churn out another close win to remain undefeated at home (14-0).

Joel Embiid (24p/11r) and Ben Simmons (24p/11a) recorded double-doubles while Tobias Harris top scored with 31 points. For the Pelicans, Brandon Ingram was the top scorer with 32.

Los Angeles Lakers 113, Miami Heat 110


Anthony Davis scores a game-high 33 points while LeBron James finishes with a near triple-double with 28 points, 12 assists, nine rebounds as the Lakers extend their road win streak to 13.

En route to the win, they hand the Heat their first home loss of the season. Five Heat players scored in double figures led by Jimmy Butler's 23.

Indiana Pacers 110, Atlanta Hawks 100


After a couple of days after beating the Boston Celtics, the Pacers keep it rolling in Atlanta.

Charlotte Hornets 83, Chicago Bulls 73


Six players scored in double figures for the Hornets as they won their third straight.

Milwaukee Bucks 127, Memphis Grizzlies 114


The Bucks outscored the Grizzlies 37-19 in the final quarter to win their 17th straight. Giannis Antetokounmpo posts 37 points and 11 rebounds while Khris Middleton scored 26.

On the other hand, Jaren Jackson Jr. had a game-high 43 points for the Grizzlies.

Utah Jazz 114, Golden State Warriors 106


With no Mike Conley, all five Jazz starters score in double figures led by Bojan Bogdanovic's 32 to beat the Warriors.

LA Clippers 124, Minnesota Timberwolves 117


Paul George and Kawhi Leonard combine for 88 points to give the Clippers their fourth straight win. They travel next to Chicago to wrap-up their five-game road trip.

Karl-Anthony Towns' 39-point performance went in vain as the Timberwolves suffered their seventh straight loss.

New York Knicks 103, Sacramento Kings 101


The Knicks win consecutive games for the first time this season as they stun the Kings in Sacramento behind some late-game heroics.

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