Warriors (2-1) 106, Suns (0-3) 100
Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry gave the league a small taste of what to expect this season as their offensive prowess was simply too much for Phoenix to handle.
The duo combined for 65 points as Curry hit 5-of-8 from three-point range. Klay Thompson had an additional 14 points, while Draymond Green racked up nine assists and 13 rebounds.
23-year-old forward TJ Warren led the way for the Suns with 26 points while Eric Bledsoe also contributed a steady 21, but exciting sophomore Devin Booker just couldn't get going and could only produce seven points.
Lakers (1-2) 96, Thunder (3-0) 113
Russell Westbrook was at it again as the Thunder were pegged back several times by a game L.A. Lakers side before truly pulling away in the fourth quarter.
The point guard had a triple-double that read 33 points, 12 rebounds and 16 assists and he put on an absolute dunking clinic in the process. He ran the pick and roll with Steven Adams time and time gain and Luke Walton's Lakers were powerless to resist.
Adams had a double-double of 14 points and 12 rebounds as a result, but the Purple and Gold's best efforts came from Julius Randle and D'Angelo Russell, both of whom registered 20 points, with the former adding nine boards too.
Spurs (4-0) 106, Heat (1-2) 99
The Spurs extended their great start to the season with their fourth win in a row as Kawhi Leonard once again led the way, but Pau Gasol also had his best night in a Spurs jersey so far.
Leonard had 27 points and six assists while the Spaniard dropped 20 points eleven rebounds and two blocks. For the second game in a row, Patty Mills produced 18 points from the bench, too.
Hassan Whiteside had an impressive double-double of 27 points and 15 rebounds as a response with Goran Dragic adding another 26, but their second unit only produced 14 points between them and that was ultimately their undoing.
Jazz (1-2) 75, Clippers (2-0) 88
The Clippers remain unbeaten as well after Austin Rivers and Blake Griffin led the way in scoring, the former with a game-high 19 points.
DeAndre Jordan dominated the glass against a worthy adversary in Rudy Gobert with 16 boards and Chris Paul had an almost customary nine dimes, while George Hill's 18 points led Utah's fightback.
A lot of turnovers from the visiting Jazz and plenty of fouls prevented them from really challenging the Clippers here.
Bucks (1-2) 83, Pistons (2-1) 98
Andre Drummond reminded everyone of what he can do at The Palace of Auburn Hills on Sunday when he recorded a huge double-double of 20 points and 23 boards - with three blocks - to lead the Pistons past the Bucks.
All Detroit starters registered double-digits in points with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope producing a team-high 21. The Greek Freak Giannis Antetokounmpo had Milwaukee's best effort with 17 points with eight assists and eight rebounds after being deployed in a forward position.
Ultimately, Detroit's work in the paint was too much for the Bucks to handle and a field goal percentage of 39.1 percent failed to make the home side pay when they did have the rock.
Wizards (0-2) 103, Grizzlies (2-1) 112 OT
The Wizards are still winless Mike Conley offered a glimpse of why he signed one of the most lucrative contracts in the history of the league this summer with a game-high 24 points and 11 assists.
Zach Randolph's 22 points and Marc Gasol's 20 were huge helps, but for the Mavericks, they continue to struggle after making some high-profile additions in the summer.
John Wall had a nice double-double with 22 points and 13 assists, but his backcourt partner Bradley Beal didn't have such a fine night as he racked up 14 points from a wasteful 7-of-25 shooting.
Mavericks (0-3) 92, Rockets (2-1) 93
It comes as no surprise that James Harden led the way for the Houston Rockets once again as the talented shooting guard posted 28 points, seven rebounds and seven dimes.
It was a pair of Harden free throws that won the game for Houston in the dying seconds as he really stepped in the fourth quarter when the game was neck-and-neck.
Wesley Matthews was Dallas' best performer with 25 points, but Seth Curry went scoreless in just over 23 minutes, Harrison Barnes could only manage 10 points as he went 3-for-11 from the field and Dirk Nowitzki was missing.