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Toronto Raptors 109, Denver Nuggets 108

Rudy Gay’s pull up jumper from the baseline with four seconds remaining gave the Raptors the win over the Nuggets, who were without Danilo Gallinari, Andre Iguodala and Wilson Chandler due to injuries.

Ty Lawson scored 10 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, but was unable to hit the last shot that would have given the Nuggets the win.

Miami Heat 117, Portland Trail Blazers 104

LeBron James is all about breaking records these days. James became the first player in NBA history to have six straight games with more 30 or more points while shooting 60-percent  from the field.

Wesley Matthews made a three with 4:37 left to put Portland up by one, but the Heat responded with a 14-0 run in less than three minutes to run away with the game. James ended up with 30 points, nine assists and six rebounds while Chris Bosh added 32 points and 11 boards.

Memphis Grizzlies 108, Sacramento Kings 101

The Grizzlies ended the third period on a 16-6 run that turned a one-point lead into 11, and the Kings trailed the rest of the way.

Marc Gasol scored 24 points and 12 rebounds and Tony Allen had a season-high 19 points and eight assists for Memphis, who have now won three games in a row. DeMarcus Cousins had 23 points for the Kings.

Utah Jazz 109, Oklahoma City Thunder 94

Utah snapped OKC’s four-game winning-streak, mostly by beating them on the boards, 38-26, and losing the bench scoring battle, 49-25.

The Thunder also had 20 turnovers and were frustrated. That was evident when Kevin Durant committed the first flagrant of his career. Al Jefferson led the Jazz with 23 points.

Los Angeles Lakers 91, Phoenix Suns 85

Kobe Bryant scored only four points, while the Lakers had nine total points in the third period, their lowest total in any quarter this season, and that was still enough to beat the lowly Suns.

Despite Bryant only having four points, along with eight turnovers, Dwight Howard had a strong performance with 19 points and 18 rebounds. The Lakers outscored the Suns by 12 in the fourth quarter to get the win. #MambaOut

Houston Rockets 116, Golden State Warriors 107

Second-year pro Chandler Parsons flirted with a near triple-double, having 21 points, eight rebounds and nine assists. Jeremy Lin scored 14 points and 10 assists, but it was the James Harden’s 27 points that helped the Rockets beat Golden State for the second time in a week.

Stephen Curry had 27 for the Warriors, who have now lost five straight games. They are now 30-22 on the season.


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