Karl-Anthony Towns.

T-Wolves ease past Suns, Heat overcome Bulls; Grizzlies lose again

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HEAT (10-9) 100; BULLS (3-15) 93

Miami came away with the road win thanks to a balanced offensive showing as six players scored in double figures. Goran Dragic (24/2/3) led the team with Wayne Ellington (19/2/2) and James Johnson (15/7/6) making strong contributions off the bench.

Jerian Grant (24/1/3) had a team-high for Chicago and Denzel Valentine (14/13/7) and Lauri Markkanen (11/10/1) each added doubles in the loss.

SUNS (7-14) 108; TIMBERWOLVES (12-8) 119

Minnesota got back to winning ways as Karl-Anthony Towns (32/12/2) and Taj Gibson (16/14/3) posted double-doubles. Jimmy Butler (25/4/5) and Andrew Wiggins (21/5/4) also had big nights offensively.

Rookie Mike James (26/5/7) led Phoenix in scoring and TJ Warren (18/4/1) had a soiled outing but they couldn’t prevent a third straight defeat.

NETS (7-12) 98; GRIZZLIES (7-12) 88

Brooklyn came away with a win at FedEx Forum thanks to an impressive performance by DeMarre Carroll (24/6/2) who scored a season-high. Trevor Booker (16/11/4) added a double-double off the bench to help snap a three-game losing streak.

Memphis were led in scoring by Tyreke Evans (18/6/3) and Marc Gasol (18/5/1) but the Spaniard didn't play at all in the fourth quarter. The Grizzlies have now lost eight straight. 

Jimmy Butler
Chicago Bulls
Central Division
Eastern Conference
Memphis Grizzlies
Southwest Division
Western Conference
Brooklyn Nets
Atlantic Division
Phoenix Suns
Pacific Division
Miami Heat
Southeast Division
Karl-Anthony Towns
Minnesota Timberwolves
Northwest Division

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