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Thursday, February 6 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

Nine games went down on Thursday.

Follow below for scores, stats, updates and highlights from each game.

Detroit Pistons 116, Phoenix Suns 108

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A big game from Andre Drummond means the Pistons hand the Suns their fourth straight loss.

Boston Celtics 116, Orlando Magic 100

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Despite missing Kemba Walker and Marcus Smart, the Celtics win comfortably against the visiting Orlando Magic.

Jayson Tatum (33p/8r/5a/3s/2b) and Gordon Hayward (23p/7r/7a/2s) contributed big time across the board in this win.

Brooklyn Nets 129, Golden State Warriors 88

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A record-breaking win for the Nets at home against the Warriors.

Against his former team, D'Angelo Russell finished with 17 points, three rebounds, three assists, two steals in 33 minutes. On the other hand, the Nets, without Kyrie Irving, had six players in double figures led by Caris LeVert's 23 points and eight assists.

Toronto Raptors 119, Indiana Pacers 118

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The Toronto Raptors come back from 19 points down for their franchise-record 12th straight win.

Five Raptors finished in double figures with the trio of Kyle Lowry (32p/10a/8r), Serge Ibaka (30p/7r/3a), and Pascal Siakam (25p/9r/5a/3s) being the biggest contributors.

In the loss, Domantas Sabonis recorded his 3rd career triple-double with 15 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists.

Atlanta Hawks 127, Minnesota Timberwolves 120

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All five Hawks starters scored in double figures led by Trae Young's 38 points and 11 assists but it was Vince Carter, 21 years since his NBA debut, who knocked the game-sealing bucket.

Oklahoma City Thunder 109, Cleveland Cavaliers 103

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Dennis Schroder scored a game-high 30 points off the bench to help the Thunder to their 8th win in the last nine games. On the other hand, the Cavaliers lost their 5th straight and the 12th of their last 13.

Memphis Grizzlies 121, Dallas Mavericks 107

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Without Luka Doncic, Kristaps Porzingis scores 32 points but the Grizzlies win behind six players scoring in double figures for them led by rookie Ja Morant's 21.

Denver Nuggets 98, Utah Jazz 95

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A monster triple-double by Nikola Jokic - 30 points, 21 rebounds, and 10 assists - including a clutch final minute jumper helps the Nuggets beat the Jazz in Salt Lake City.

LA Clippers 128, Miami Heat 111

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The Clippers shoot a franchise record 24 3-pointers against a shorthanded Heat squad, who didn't have Jimmy Butler with them for a majority of the second half.

Eight players scored in double figures for the Heat led by Paul George's 23 points, 10 assists, and five rebounds. Kawhi Leonard had a near triple-double with 14 points, nine assists, and seven rebounds.

Six Heat players scored in double figures led by Derrick Jones Jr.'s 25 (10-12 FGs). Bam Adebayo was the team's top contributor with 22 points, 11 rebounds, six assists, and two steals.

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