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Saturday, Feb. 6 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

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The NBA season continued on Saturday with nine games, headlined by big performances from Jayson Tatum, Nikola Vucevic, D'Angelo Russell and Pascal Siakam.

We've got you covered with all the final scores, stats and highlights from each game.

New Orleans Pelicans 114, Indiana Pacers 113

Brandon Ingram led the way with 30 points, while Lonzo Ball added 20, along with nine rebounds. Ball came up with the big defensive play in the final seconds as the Pelicans held on for the narrow win.

Orlando Magic 123, Chicago Bulls 119

Nikola Vucevic explodes for a career-high 43 points and 19 rebounds!

Toronto Raptors 123, Brooklyn Nets 117

Pascal Siakam powers the Raptors home with a season-high 33 points.

Milwaukee Bucks 123, Cleveland Cavaliers 105

A dominant night for Giannis!

Utah Jazz 138, Charlotte Hornets 121

Bojan Bogdanovic led the Jazz with 31 points while Donovan Mitchell scored 30 as they closed the game out with a 10-0 run!

Meanwhile, Hornets rookie LaMelo Ball wrote himself into the record books with a season-high 34 points!

Miami Heat 122, Washington Wizards 95

After losing to the Wizards just a few days ago, the Heat bounce back with a big win!

Minnesota Timberwolves 106, Oklahoma City Thunder 103

D'Angelo Russell called GAME!

Phoenix Suns 109, Detroit Pistons 92

Devin Booker scores a game-high 23 points to lead the Suns over the Pistons.

Boston Celtics 119, LA Clippers 115

The Celtics come back from 16 down, led by Jayson Tatum (34 PTS, 4 STL, 5 3PM) and Kemba Walker (24 PTS (10 in 4th Q).

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