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Wednesday, January 8 – Live NBA scores, updates news, stats and highlights

With six games of NBA action on Wednesday, there was no shortage of star performances, headlined by Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Rose, Chris Paul and LeBron James.

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

Detroit Pistons def. Cleveland Cavaliers, 115-113

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Derrick Rose led the Pistons with a team-high 24 points off the bench and put them in front for good with this clutch floater!

Portland Trail Blazers def. Toronto Raptors, 101-99

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Carmelo Anthony was the hero in Toronto, scoring 10 of his game-high 28 points in the fourth quarter, including the game-winner!

Oklahoma City Thunder def. Brooklyn Nets, 111-103 [OT]

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Chris Paul turned in a vintage performance, scoring 20 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter and overtime as the Thunder hand the Nets their seventh loss in a row.

Memphis Grizzlies def. Minnesota Timberwolves 119-112

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Jaren Jackson Jr. (11) and Ja Morant (10) combine for 21 points in the fourth quarter as the Grizzlies pull off the comeback win.

Sacramento Kings def. Phoenix Suns, 114-103

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De'Aaron Fox finished with 27 ponits to lead the way for the Kings in this one. Here's two of the loudest:

Los Angeles Lakers def. New York Knicks, 117-87

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LeBron James pours in 31 points to lead the Lakers to their sixth win in a row.

Anthony Davis took a hard fall in the third quarter and left the game. He is expected to miss the Lakers' next two games.

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