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Westbrook getting help at home

Dallas is doing its best to hold Russell Westbrook in check, but OKC's supporting cast is picking up the slack.

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Kings to sign Sim Bhullar

Calvin Watkins breaks down the Kings signing 7-foot-5 Sim Bhullar to a 10-day contract, which would make him the first player of Indian descent in league history.


Spurs cruise past Heat (1:14)


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The advantage of scoring point guards (2:51)



Crowder and Olynyk shutting the door

Jae Crowder and Kelly Olynyk are not giving the Pacers any opportunities to get back in the game as they've scored 15 of Boston's 19 fourth quarter points. The Celtics lead by 13 with just under 6 minutes remaining. Follow live

Royce Young @royceyoung

Lightning fast 7-0 run for the Thunder to start the second half, with Russell Westbrook providing the key spark.

Offense at a premium in Salt Lake City

Neither team broke double-digit scoring until over six minutes had passed in the first quarter, but things are starting to pick up thanks in part to five quick points from Kenneth Faried. Follow live

Royce Young @royceyoung

Steven Adams picks up his fourth foul 32 seconds into the second half. Not good for the Thunder's defensive prospects.

San Antonio Spurs @spurs

Spurs bench finished with a season-high 69 points tonight! Baynes 18 Ginobili 13 Belinelli 12 Diaw 11

Final: Wizards 106, Sixers 93

Every Washington starter other than Nene had a big game and the Wizards got their second win in their past 7 games -- and first in regulation. Even though Washington hadn't played since Sunday, Paul Pierce sat out for rest. Box score


Anthony Davis: Harden is the MVP

"There's a lot of guys playing out of their minds," Davis said on the Dan Patrick Radio Show. "It'd probably have to be James [Harden]. He's out of his mind. He's definitely playing out of his mind. We talk about this with my team every day."

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Final: Hornets 102, Pistons 78

Six Charlotte players were in double figures as Detroit's starters combined to score just 39 points. The Hornets' bench, on the other hand, scored 40. Box score


Spurs clinch playoff spot

For the 18th consecutive season, Gregg Popovich and the Spurs are headed to the playoffs. San Antonio secured a spot with a 103-91 win over the Magic. 13 players scored for the defending champs, led by Aron Baynes' 18 points. Box score

Halftime: Mavericks 66, Thunder 63

Both teams scored 38 points in the second quarter in a highly entertaining back-and-forth battle. Anthony Morrow nailed 3 triples for OKC in the final 2:15 of the half; Dirk Nowitzki caught fire for 6 late points when the Thunder tried to guard him with Steve Novak. Follow live


Celtics fending off Pacers

Tyler Zeller's career high is 26 points against the Sixers just two weeks ago, but he already has 19 points with one quarter remaining as the Celtics lead the Pacers by 6. Follow live


Bulls, Bucks tied at the half

Zaza Pachulia tipped in the tying basket at the buzzer to pull the Bucks level with the Bulls at 48. Pachulia's tip-in was the 11th offensive rebound for Milwaukee in the half. Jimmy Butler and Michael Carter-Williams each have 15 points. Follow live


Halftime: Rockets 58, Kings 55

The Rockets opened a 19-point lead to start the second quarter, but the Kings came roaring back to outscore Houston 28-12 over the final 8:05 of the half. James Harden leads Houston with 24 points (5-for-5 from 3), while DeMarcus Cousins leads Sacramento with 11 points. Follow live


Calvin Watkins @calvinwatkins

Kings fought back down double-digits, trailed by one a few times. Omri Casspi with 10-7, DeMarcus Cousins with 11-9-6. He's 1-4 FT.

Halftime: Raptors 60, Wolves 46

It's raining 3-pointers in Minnesota. The Raptors have hit 10 of their 19 attempts (52%) -- highlighted by Greivis Vasquez (3-for-4 from 3, 11 points) -- and lead by 14 at the break. Follow live