Thursday, Feb. 25 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats, highlights and top fantasy performers

There were nine games of NBA action on this Thursday, headlined by a clash between surging Eastern Conference opponents in the Raptors and Heat, a heavyweight battle out west between the Lakers and Jazz and much more.

Scroll below for the final scores, highlights and more from around the league.

Golden State Warriors 111, Indiana Pacers 107

The Warriors, on the second night of a back-to-back, come into Indiana and win. They split their four-game road trip 2-2.

For the Pacers, Malcolm Brogdon was the top scorer with 24 while Domantas Sabonis stuffed the stat sheet with 22 points, 16 rebounds, four assists, and two steals.

Atlanta Hawks 127, Boston Celtics 112

Danilo Gallinari's huge game helps the Hawks win their third in the last five while handing the Celtics their third straight loss and the eighth of their last 11.

Cleveland Cavaliers 112, Houston Rockets 96

After losing 10 straight, the Cavaliers have second consecutive while handing the Rockets their ninth straight loss. Jarrett Allen had a huge game with 26 points, 18 rebounds, and four blocks.

Miami Heat 116, Toronto Raptors 108

A big game from Jimmy Butler helps the Heat win their fourth straight.

Chicago Bulls 133, Minnesota Timberwolves 126

Behind LaVine's big game, the Bulls win their third straight and their fifth in the last six.

New Orleans Pelicans 128, Detroit Pistons 118

Zion Williamson barrels through the entire Pistons defence to score just before the half-time buzzer.

Oklahoma City Thunder 102, San Antonio Spurs 99

Canadians star for the Thunder! SGA drops a career-high 42 while Luguentz Dort nails the game-winning 3 at the buzzer.

Charlotte Hornets 124, Phoenix Suns 121

Seven Hornets scored in double figures as the Hornets record an impressive road win against the Suns.

Utah Jazz 114, Los Angeles Lakers 89

The Jazz pulled away early and never looked back.

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