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Tuesday, December 10 – NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

With nine games of NBA action on Tuesday, there was no shortage of show-stopping performances.

Nemanja Bjielica and Derrick Rose both came up clutch to lead the Kings and Pistons to nail-biting wins, while Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks extended their win streak to 15 games.

Catch up on all the scores, stats, news and highlights from today's games.

LA Clippers 110, Indiana Pacers 99

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Paul George scores 36, helps the Kawhi-less Clippers withstand the Pacers' fourth-quarter rally and win this one in Indiana.

Boston Celtics 110, Cleveland Cavaliers 88

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The Celtics remain unbeaten at home, improve to 10-0 for the season. All five starters scored in double figures led by Kemba Walker's 22 points and seven assists.

Toronto Raptors 93, Chicago Bulls 92

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The Raptors escape the Windy City with a 1-point win to snap a 3-game losing streak.

Sacramento Kings 119, Houston Rockets 118

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For the second straight game, Nemanja Bjelica comes up clutch for the Sacramento Kings.

Milwaukee Bucks 110, Orlando Magic 101

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The Bucks win their 15th straight behind another dominant performance from the reigning MVP.

Detroit Pistons 105, New Orleans Pelicans 103

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Clutch Derrick Rose gives the Pistons a close win, handing the Pelicans their 9th straight loss.

Phoenix Suns 125, Minnesota Timberwolves 109

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Ricky Rubio dished out 14 assists to go with 16 points as the Suns hand the Wolves their fifth-striaght loss.

Oklahoma City Thunder 104, Utah Jazz 90

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Dennis Schroder pours in 27 points to lead the Thunder to their third win in a row.

Memphis Grizzlies 110, Golden State Warriors 102

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Ja Morant returned after missing the past four games, eading the Grizzlies with 26 points and seven assists.

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