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Saturday, February 8 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

Eight games went down on Friday night with PLENTY of storylines to keep track of throughout. Here are the biggest:

  • 76ers return home, snap 4-game skid and improve to 23-2 at home.
  • Without Luka Doncic, the Mavs lose in Washington D.C to a game-winner by Bradley Beal
  • Raptors extend their franchise-best winning streak to 13 with another win against the Pacers
  • Behind Kelly Oubre Jr.'s career-high of 39, the Suns blowout the Rockets by 39
  • Damian Lillard drops 42 but Trail Blazers go down in Salt Lake City 117-114.

Scroll below for all news, highlights and reaction throughout the schedule!

Philadelphia 76ers 119, Memphis Grizzlies 107

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The Sixers took control of this game in the middle two quarters where they outscored the Grizzlies 71-41.

Ben Simmons finished with 22 points and 10 assists but it was Furkan Korkmaz who knocked down seven 3-pointers en route to a career-high 34 points.

Washington Wizards 119, Dallas Mavericks 118

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Bradley Beal scores 29 points including the buzzer-beating game-winning layup to hand the Dallas Maverikcs their fourth loss in the last six games.

Boston Celtics 112, Atlanta Hawks 107

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For the second straight game, Jayson Tatum balled out and led the shorthanded Celtics (no Jaylen Brown and Gordon Hayward) to a win.

He finished with 32 points (10-19 FGs; 7-12 3Ps), six assists, four rebounds, and two blocks.

Without Trae Young, the duo of John Collins (30p/10r) and Kevin Huerter (25p/7r/6a) attempted to keep it competitive.

Toronto Raptors 115, Indiana Pacers 106

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The Raptors overcome an injury to Kyle Lowry to record their 13th straight win.

Detroit Pistons 101, Oklahoma City Thunder 108

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CP3 to Adams for the jam.

Houston Rockets 91, Phoenix Suns 127

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Kelly Oubre Jr. dropped 39 points and Devin Booker had 33 in the Suns blow out win over the Rockets.

Sacramento Kings 105, Miami Heat 97

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Five Kings scored in double figures led by Bogdan Bogdanovic's 23 points as they beat a shorthanded Miami Heat team to win their second straight and fifth of their last seven.

Utah Jazz 117, Portland Trail Blazers 114

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Damian Lillard drops 42 but the undermanned Trail Blazers squad go down on the back of a controversial goaltending no-call. The Jazz snap a five-game losing streak with this win.

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