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Sunday, January 26 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

It was a historic night in the NBA, as LeBron James passed Kobe Bryant on the all-time scorers list.

That was only the beginning of the action, on an action packed night of hoops. If you missed any of it, catch up here with all the scores, highlights, news and updates from today's action.

Dallas Mavericks 107, Utah Jazz 112

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The Utah Jazz recorded an impressive come from behind win over the Mavericks on the back of their two stars, Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert.

Gobert came up with the game winning blocked shot in the final minute.

Brooklyn Nets 121, Detroit Pistons 111 (OT)

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What can't Kyrie do? Brooklyn's prolific point guard finished with a game-high 45 points to lead his team to an overtime win.

Chicago Bulls 118, Cleveland Cavaliers 106

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There will be plenty of young talent on show as the Bulls and Cavs continue to establish their young cores. And Zach LaVine just might be the most talented of all.

Oklahoma City Thunder 113, Minnesota Timberwolves 104

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Dennis Schroder poured in 26 points off the bench while CP3 was at his best yet again, adding 25 points and 10 assists as the Thunder pick up the road win.

Los Angeles Lakers 91 Philadelphia 76ers 108

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Ben Simmons dominanted from start to finish with 28 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists, on a night that witnessed LeBron James move into third on the all-time scores list, passing Kobe Bryant.

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