Tuesday, December 17 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

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We had seven games around the Association today headlined by the Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder pulling off epic comeback wins, while the Dallas Mavericks snapped the Milwaukee Bucks' 18-game win streak!

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

Washington Wizards 133, Detroit Pistons 119


Bradley Beal pours in 35 points and 10 assists as the Wizards snap their four-game losing streak.

Toronto Raptors 133, Cleveland Cavaliers 113


Pascal Siakam (33 PTS) and Norm Powell (26 PTS) power the Raptors to victory.

Houston Rockets 109, San Antonio Spurs 107


Russell Westbrook (31 PTS) and James Harden (28 PTS) combine as the Rockets pull off their biggest comeback in franchise history after trailing by as many as 25 points!

Memphis Grizzlies 118, Miami Heat 111


Ja Morant records 20 points and 10 assists as the Grizzlies upset the Heat.

Dallas Mavericks 120, Milwaukee Bucks 116


The Mavericks end the Bucks' win streak at 18 games, despite a huge 48-point performance from Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Kristaps Porzingis and Seth Curry led the way for the Mavs with 26 points apiece, picking up a big win without injured star Luka Doncic.

Oklahoma City Thunder 109, Chicago Bulls 106


OKC rally from a 26-point deficit to snatch the W, behind a monster night from Chris Paul - 30 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists.

Portland Trail Blazers 111, Phoenix Suns 110


Damian Lillard = CLUTCH

With 25.6 seconds remaining and the Blazers down two, Lillard converted the and-1 to give the Blazers the lead and seal the W!

Lillard finished with 27 points in a strong night from the Blazers' Big 3, with CJ McCollum pouring in 30 points, seven rebounds and six assists and Carmelo Anthony 23 points and eight rebounds.

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