Magic 118, Grizzlies 86

ORLANDO, Fla. — Nikola Vucevic had 23 points and 16 rebounds, Jonathan Isaac added 22 points and eight rebounds and Orlando beat Memphis to snap a four-game losing streak.

Evan Fournier scored 19 points and Aaron Gordon added 17 for Orlando. The Magic outscored Memphis 34-8 in the fourth quarter.

Cavaliers 113, Wizards 100

WASHINGTON — Tristan Thompson had 21 points and 12 rebounds, Kevin Love added 16 points and 12 rebounds and the Cleveland beat Washington to end a three-game skid.

Thomas Bryant led Washington with 23 points.

Pacers 112, Pistons 106

INDIANAPOLIS — T.J. McConnell, Domantas Sabonis and T.J. Warren scored 17 points apiece and the injury-riddled Indiana Pacers moved above .500 for the first time this season, beating Detroit.

After trailing by 15 points in the first quarter, the Pacers led by 17 points in the third quarter.

Kings 121, Hawks 109

ATLANTA — Bogdan Bogdanovic scored 20 points and hit two of his 3-pointers in a key fourth-quarter flurry and Sacramento fought off Atlanta’s comeback attempt.

Sacramento led by 21 points in the second period before Trae Young, who had 30 points, led Atlanta’s second-half comeback.

Timberwolves 125, Warriors 119, OT

MINNEAPOLIS — Andrew Wiggins scored 40 points, hitting the tying basket late in regulation, and the Minnesota Timberwolves overcame D’Angelo Russell’s career-high 52 points to beat the Golden State Warriors in overtime.

Russell and the Warriors led 110-106 with 29 seconds left in regulation. But after two free throws by Karl-Anthony Towns and a forced jump ball by Robert Covington, Wiggins tied it on a drive with 5.6 seconds left. Russell’s 3-pointer at the buzzer missed.

Raptors 122, Pelicans 104

NEW ORLEANS — Pascal Siakam matched his career high with 44 points and had 20 rebounds in Toronto’s victory over New Orleans.

Defending champion Toronto used a 45-point second quarter to take control and improve to 6-2. The Pelicans slipped to 1-7.

Knicks 106, Mavericks 102

DALLAS — Marcus Morris scored a season-high 29 points and New York beat Kristaps Porzingis in its first game against the former cornerstone of the franchise, holding off Dallas.

Porzingis scored 28 points and Luka Doncic added a career-high 38 in already his fourth triple-double, but the Mavericks didn’t get much help from anyone besides their new European pair as the Knicks won for just the second time in nine games this season.

Jazz 103, Bucks 100

SALT LAKE CITY — Bojan Bogdanovic hit a 3-pointer as time expired for the last of his 33 points in Utah’s victory over Milwaukee.

Utah’s Donovan Mitchell was driving for a possible winner in regulation when George Hill stripped the ball and called timeout with 2.3 seconds on the clock. Milwaukee inbounded to Khris Middleton, but he traveled as Rudy Gobert flew at him. The clock was reset to 1.3 seconds, giving the Jazz one last chance.

Nuggets 100, 76ers 97

DENVER — Nikola Jokic hit an off-balance 20-foot shot with 1.2 seconds remaining, helping Denver rally from a 21-point, fourth-quarter deficit to stun Philadelphia.

It’s the largest fourth-quarter comeback in team history.

Nets 119, Trail Blazers 115

PORTLAND, Ore. — Damian Lillard scored a career-high 60 points for Portland in the Trail Blazers’ loss to the Brooklyn Nets.

Spencer Dinwiddie scored 34 points and Kyrie Irving had 33 for Brooklyn to help send Portland to its fourth straight victory.

Lillard set a franchise record with the highest-scoring game of the season in the NBA. He was 19 of 33 from the field, 7 of 16 from 3-point range and made all 15 of his free throws.

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