Tuesday, December 31 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

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With six games of NBA action, there was plenty of big performances led by Devin Booker, Jarret Culver and Garrison Matthews.

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

Atlanta Hawks def. Orlando Magic 101-93


No Trae Young, no problem!

Brandon Goodwin led five Hawks players in double figures, with 21 points and six assists as they snapped their 10-game losing streak.

Washington Wizards def. Miami Heat, 123-105


The bench duo of Jordan McRae (29 points) and Garrison Matthews (28 points) led the Wizards past the Heat, while Ian Mahinmi poured in a career-high 25 points.

Milwaukee Bucks def. Chicago Bulls, 123-102 [OT]


Giannis returned ot the Bucks lineup to help them move to 30-5 on the season, recording 23 points 10 rebounds and six assists.

Minnesota Timberwolves def. Brooklyn Nets, 122-115


Jarrett Culver scores a career-high 21 points as the Timberwolves hand the Nets their third-straight loss.

Utah Jazz def. Detroit Pistons 104-81


After a slow start, the Jazz outscore the Pistons 65-41 in the second half to win their third-straight game.

Donovan Mitchell led all scorers with 23 points, including this highlight-reel jam!

Phoenix Suns def. Portland Trail Blazers, 122-116


Devin Booker poured in 33 points, while Kelly Oubre Jr. added 29 points, including a career-high seven 3-pointers to lead the Suns to victory.

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