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GRIZZLIES (6-3) 113; CLIPPERS (5-3) 104

Memphis secured an impressive road win behind strong performances from Mike Conley (22/1/3), Marc Gasol (21/6/1) and Tyree Evans (20/3/4). They ended the game with seven players in double figures.

Dallas Mavericks v Memphis Grizzlies

Blake Griffin (30/11/2) and Patrick Beverley (23/7/2) put up big numbers for the Clippers but it wasn’t enough to prevent a third loss of the campaign.

KINGS (1-8) 99; PISTONS (7-3) 108

Detroit had six players in double figures and were led by Avery Bradley (24/2/3). Tobias Harris (20/5/5) has a strong game and Andre Drummond (16/19/4) posted a huge double-double.

Milwaukee Bucks v Detroit Pistons

Zach Randolph (19/4/4) had a team-high for Sacramento who had five players in double digits but they suffered another loss and own one of the worst records in the West.

WARRIORS (7-3) 127; NUGGETS (5-5) 108

The defending champions were resounding winners after huge performances from their big four of Kevin Durant (25/7/7), Stephen Curry (22/0/11), Klay Thompson (15/2/2) and Draymond Green (15/7/8).

Denver got good production off the bench from Will Barton (21/8/5) and Emmanuel Mudiay (15/5/7) but none of their starters scored in double figures as they struggled from the field.

PELICANS (5-5) 96; BULLS (2-6) 90 OT

The New Orleans big man duo of Anthony Davis (27/16/0) and DeMarcus Cousins (25/11/4) put up big double-doubles once again to lead the team to an overtime win in a tight affair to snap a six-game regular season losing streak to the Bulls. 

The home team was led in scoring by Justin Holiday (18/9/1) but they found it difficult shooting the ball as they went 35 percent from the field as a team and 11-of-42 from three-point range.

MAVERICKS (1-10) 99; TIMBERWOLVES (6-3) 112

Minnesota's young duo of Karl-Anthony Towns (31/12/2) and Andrew Wiggins (23/3/2) came up big as they extended their winning streak to four games. Taj Gibson (12/10/4) added a double-double but All-Star Jimmy Butler (4/5/7) had a difficult night shooting just 1-of-7.

Rookie Dennis Smith Jr. (18/5/1) was the leading scorer for Dallas whose losing run continues and have the worst record in the NBA. It is their first 1-10 start since the 1993-94 season.

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