DENVER -- Juancho Hernangomez hit six of Denver's franchise-record 24 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 27 points as the Nuggets routed the Golden State Warriors 132-110 on Monday night.
Nikola Jokic had 17 points, 21 rebounds and 12 assists for his second triple-double. He set career highs for assists and rebounds but was overshadowed by the team's outside shooting. Four players hit at least four 3-pointers and Denver (25-30) finished at 60 percent on its 40 3-point attempts. Jameer Nelson (23 points) had five 3-pointers and Will Barton (24 points) sank four from long range.
New Orleans Pelicans 110, Phoenix Suns 108
PHOENIX -- Anthony Davis had 24 points, 10 rebounds and the winning basket with 40.3 seconds left to lift New Orleans over Phoenix.
Davis gave New Orleans (22-34) the lead for good by grabbing an offense rebound and putting back a 10-foot jump hook to make it 109-108. Tyreke Evans hit one free throw to extend the lead to 110-108 with 18.4 seconds left.
The Suns had three chances to tie on their final possession, but Eric Bledsoe missed a driving layup and P.J. Tucker missed two chances off offensive rebounds. Bledsoe scored a game-high 37 points for Phoenix (17-39), which lost three of four meetings with New Orleans this season.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Blake Griffin had 23 points and nine rebounds to help Los Angeles coast past Utah.
Austin Rivers added 15 points and DeAndre Jordan chipped in 10 points and 13 rebounds to power Los Angeles to its third straight win. The Clippers (34-21) beat the Jazz for the ninth straight time in Utah dating to January 17, 2012, and for the 17th time in the last 18 meetings.
Derrick Favors scored 13 points and Rudy Gobert added 10 points and 14 rebounds to lead Utah. The Jazz (34-22) lost their third straight game after shooting a dismal 32.2 percent (28 of 87) from the floor.
DALLAS -- Isiah Thomas tortured Dallas again, this time scoring 29 points to lead Boston at American Airlines Center.
The Celtics (36-19) won for the 10th time in 11 games and snapped a six-game losing streak in Dallas. Boston also won both games in the series this season.
Thomas scored 30 points in the previous meeting in November -- 22 in the fourth quarter of a 90-83 victory in Boston. The All-Star point guard wasn't as lethal in the fourth quarter this time, but his 3-pointer put the Celtics up 100-89 with 4 1/2 minutes left and ended any upset hopes by the Mavs.
Kelly Olynyk scored 15 points off the bench for Boston (22-33).
Bradley Beal scored 22 points as all five starters reach in double figures for the Wizards, who made 13 of 21 3-point attempts, shot 57.5 percent from the field overall and led by as many as 34 points. Washington (33-21) has won three straight, 10 of 11 overall and 19 of 20 at home. The Wizards are an Eastern Conference-best 17-5 since Jan. 1.
Russell Westbrook scored 17 points for the Thunder (31-25), but the Most Valuable Player candidate was nowhere near his triple-double form. He finished with four rebounds and four assists.
MIAMI -- Evan Fournier scored nine of his game-high 24 points in the fourth quarter as Orlando cooled off Miami at AmericanAirlines Arena.
The Heat (24-32) had won eight straight home games before the loss to Orlando (21-36). In addition, the Heat had won 13 straight games overall -- the longest in the NBA this season and the longest in league history for a sub-.500 team -- before losing at Philadelphia on Saturday night.
Philadelphia 76ers 105, Charlotte Hornets 99
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Dario Saric came off the bench for 18 points and 11 rebounds and Philadelphia won its third straight.
The Sixers (21-34) led by 12 points early and then, after giving up the lead briefly late in the third quarter, pulled away again. They were playing without centers Joel Embiid (knee) and Jahlil Okafor, who remained in Philadelphia while on the trading block.
Kemba Walker led the Hornets (24-31) with 29 points.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Kawhi Leonard scored 32 points and San Antonio rallied to defeat Indiana in Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
LaMarcus Aldridge's three-point play with 52.2 seconds left gave the Spurs a 105-100 lead and Tony Parker made two free throws with 23.4 seconds remaining that pushed the advantage to 107-101. Aldridge finished with 19 points, and Danny Green, David Lee and Tony Parker each scored 12 for the Spurs (42-13).
Paul George led the Pacers (29-26), who have lost four straight, with 27 points.
NEW YORK -- Mike Conley scored 32 points and Memphis rebounded from a disappointing showing against Golden State.
Conley's 30-point game was his fifth of the season, matching the total he accumulated in his first nine seasons. Marc Gasol nearly had his third career triple-double with 19 points, nine rebounds and eight assists.
Brook Lopez scored 17 points and Spencer Dinwiddie added a season-best 17 as Brooklyn lost despite hitting 12 3-pointers.
Monroe hit 12 of 15 shots from the floor and had 13 rebounds. Beasley was 10 of 13 from the field for Milwaukee (24-30), which made only 6 of 21 3-pointers but shot 50.6 percent overall.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 25 points, and Atlanta scored the final 12 points in overtime to secure a victory over Portland.
Dennis Schroder added 22 points, and Paul Millsap contributed 21 points, nine rebounds, five assists and four blocked shots for the Hawks. Dwight Howard chipped in 19 points, 16 boards and four blocks for Atlanta, which had lost two of its previous three games.
CJ McCollum scored 26 points and Damian Lillard added 21 for the Trail Blazers, who lost for the fifth time in seven games. Portland scored the first seven points in overtime and never scored again.