Spurs remain unbeaten on road; Raptors win on throwback night; Lakers victorious again

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Lakers (6-4) 126, Pelicans (1-9) 99

D'Angelo Russell (22p/2r/6a), Jordan Clarkson (23/3/1) and Lou Williams (21/3/4) took the Lakers to sixth in the Western Conference.

Anthony Davis (34/8/2) left the game with a back problem but returned for the fourth quarter. Buddy Hield (18/3/1) had a big night.

Celtics (5-4) 105, Pacers (4-6) 99

Isaiah Thomas (23/0/5) shot 30.8% from the field as the Celtics moved above .500. James Young (12/3/1) was strong off the bench.

Without Paul George, Jeff Teague's (20/3/4) and Myles Turner's (17/8/1) best efforts were not enough for Indiana.

Knicks (3-6) 107, Raptors (7-2) 118

DeMar DeRozan (33/7/4) continued his strong start and Lucas Nogueira (6/10/1/3s/5b) came up big in the clutch on throwback night.

Carmelo Anthony (31/6/4) and Kristaps Porzingis (21/4/2) had their usual scoring displays. Derrick Rose's (21/4/4) input couldn't halt defeat.

Sixers (1-8) 96, Hawks (7-2) 117

Tim Hardaway Jr. (20/3/1) and Kent Bazemore (17/5/1) were the impetus behind another Atlanta win.

Joel Embiid was rested as Jahlil Okafor (18/6/2) led the Sixers in a blowout loss.

Wizards (2-7) 95, Bulls (6-4) 106

Jimmy Butler (37/8/9) has really found his stride this season. Robin Lopez (10/13/1) had a double-double as Rajon Rondo (0/7/5) went scoreless.

Markieff Morris (24/15/2) and Marcin Gortat (18/14/2) couldn't stop the Wizards' slide as they played without John Wall and Bradley Beal.


Spurs (7-3) 106, Rockets (5-4) 100

Kawhi Leonard (20/2/0), LaMarcus Aldridge (16/10/2) and Pau Gasol (15/7/6) helped the Spurs stay unbeaten away from home.

James Harden (25/11/13) had another incredible individual night. Clint Capela (12/10/2) was strong on the glass.


Clippers (9-1) 119, Timberwolves (2-6) 105

Blake Griffin (20/11/4), DeAndre Jordan (18/16/1) and Chris Paul (19/4/8) were among the big scorers as six Clippers stars reached double figures.

Karl-Anthony Towns (24/10/2) and Andrew Wiggins (22/4/3) tasted defeat again despite putting up good numbers.

Jazz (7-4) 102, Heat (2-6) 91

Gordon Hayward's (25/9/4) return from injury has breathed new life into the Jazz. Rudy Gobert (12/12/0) had another good rebounding night.

Hassan Whiteside's (15/14/1) double-double couldn't halt Miami's slide towards the bottom of the Eastern Conference.

Grizzlies (4-5) 96, Bucks (5-4) 106

Giannis Antetokounmpo (27/6/5) continued the Bucks' promising start to the new season. Michael Beasley (19/4/1) made a big impact in the rotation.

Vince Carter (17/1/2) shot 63.6% from the field as Marc Gasol (18/5/6) ended the game with a team-high points total.

Pistons (5-5) 106, Nuggets (3-6) 95

Andre Drummond (14/12/0) and Jon Leuer (14/10/0) both had double-doubles as Tobias Harris (19/4/3) and Marcus Morris (17/1/3) led the Pistons in scoring.

Danilo Gallinari (18/4/1) and Emmanuel Mudiay (19/5/2) kept the Nuggets competitive.

Nets (4-5) 122, Suns (3-7) 104

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (20/13/4), Trevor Booker (19/8/4) and Sean Kilpatrick (19/9/4) helped continue Brooklyn's surprise start to the season.

Alex Len (10/11/0) had a double-double as TJ Warren (18/3/2) led the Suns in scoring.


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