Spurs (14-3) 112, Wizards (5-10) 100
It was LaMarcus Aldridge's turn to lead the San Antonio as the power forward's 24 points drove the Western Conference franchise to another road victory.
Kawhi Leonard chipped in with 19 points and three steals while Tony Parker produced a season-high 20 points from the one spot.
For the Wizards, John Wall and Bradley Beal showed their potential as a double act one more as they combined for 46 points. However, their highest scorer off the bench was Jason Smith with four, whereas the Spurs Jonathon Simmons with 15 and Patty Mills with 13.
Knicks (8-8) 102, Hornets (9-7) 107
One night on from his dramatic three-point winner over the same opposition, Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks could not repeat the feat as Charlotte gained some immediate revenge.
Kemba Walker led the way with 28 points, but a pair of double-doubles from Cody Zeller and Jeremy Lamb - the latter of whom had an impressive 18 points and 17 rebounds - played a vital role in the win, too.
Kristaps Porzingis top-scored for New York with 25 points and the Latvian was backed up by Melo and Derrick Rose on 18 points each, however, once Charlotte took the lead with around three minutes remaining, they never looked back.
Pistons (8-10) 88, Thunder (10-8) 106
Russell Westbrook continued his insane season by dropping his seventh triple-double - this time of 17 points, 13 rebounds and 15 assists - to lead the Thunder to their tenth victory of the campaign.
The point guard is now level with LeBron James for career triple-doubles and is three clear of his next peer this season, James Harden. Sixth man Anthony Morrow actually led the scoring for the Thunder, though, and Victor Oladipo also had 18.
Tobias Harris led the resistance for Detroit with 21 points, and while all of the starting five made it to double figures, three of them only managed 10 points and there was not a double-double in sight. No bench players hit double-digits either.
Grizzlies (11-6) 110, Heat (5-11) 107
Marc Gasol continued his recent good form to come out on top of a battle with Miami man Hassan Whiteside and drop a joint-game-high 28 points en route to a Memphis victory.
Mike Conley also chipped in with 21 points and the Grizzlies took the lead through a Troy Williams three-pointer after four minutes into the fourth quarter.
Memphis would hang on to that lead, but Whiteside 15-point, 12 rebound double-double and Dion Waters' 28 points certainly made life difficult.
Timberwolves (5-11) 102, Warriors (15-2) 115
Even without the injured Draymond Green, Golden State cruised to their 11th victory in a row and now sit at the top of the Western Conference.
Stephen Curry dropped 34 points with eight rebounds and six assists while his backcourt buddy Klay Thompson notched up 23 of his own. Kevin Durant pitched in with 28 points and 10 boards as no other Warrior needed to make double-digits.
Zach LaVine continued his recent impressive form with a team-high 31 points for Minnesota while Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins had 18 and 16 points respectively.