OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- Russell Westbrook collected his 32nd triple-double of the season to lead the Thunder to a 112-104 victory over the Utah Jazz Saturday at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Westbrook posted 33 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds to break a tie with Wilt Chamberlain (1967-68) for second place on the triple-double list. Westbrook continues to average a triple-double and lead the NBA in scoring. Oklahoma City is 26-6 in games he records a triple-double.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Tobias Harris poured in a season-high 28 points to lead the Detroit over fading New York.
Kristaps Porzingis had 18 points, six rebounds, four assists and six blocks to lead the Knicks, who have lost four of their last five.
Los Angeles Clippers 112, Philadelphia Sixers 100
Los Angeles won its fourth game in its last five games. The victory was their 11th in their last twelve games against Philadelphia as they drew to within one game of the Utah Jazz for fourth place in the Western Conference.
For Philadelphia, Richaun Holmes had a career-high 24 points and 10 rebounds with Dario Saric adding 16 points.
The Hawks, coming off a six-game homestand, dealt the Grizzlies their fifth straight loss, a season-high futility streak.
JaMychal Green led Memphis with 20 points and 11 rebounds and Mike Conley scored 16 points.
DALLAS -- Devin Booker drilled a turnaround jumper at the buzzer to lift Phoenix to a victory over Dallas at American Airlines Center.
The Suns finished the game with an 8-2 kick to snap a two-game losing streak. Booker scored all eight points to finish with a game-high 36 on 12-of-20 shooting.
For the Mavericks, it was a bitter pill to swallow in their season-ending playoff push. Dallas saw its season high-tying four-game winning streak halted.
SAN ANTONIO -- Patty Mills scored 21 points, all in the first half, to lead San Antonio to a victory over reeling Golden State at AT&T Center in a battle between the top teams in the NBA.
The Spurs led by 20 points at halftime and was never threatened in the second half. The win pulled San Antonio within a half-game of Golden State for the top record in the league and the Western Conference.
Both teams were without their star players, either by plan or by injury.
MILWAUKEE -- Once again, defense saved the day for Milwaukee, who extended its winning streak to a season-high six games with a victory over Minnesota at the Bradley Center.
The Bucks recorded six defensive stops over the final 2:48 to hold off a Timberwolves team that trailed by one point to start the fourth quarter and erased a nine-point deficit to get within two on Ricky Rubio's jumper with 2:49 to play.
Minnesota made 7 of 22 shots in the final quarter and scored two points down the stretch as Milwaukee hit 5 of 6 free throws to close out the victory.
MIAMI -- Dion Waiters scored 20 points as the Miami Heat -- the hottest team in the NBA for nearly two months -- cruised to a victory over Toronto at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Miami improved to 21-4 since Jan. 17. Toronto is 10-15 since Jan. 17.
Heat point guard Goran Dragic had 15 points at the half but was elbowed by Toronto's Cory Joseph 41 seconds into the third quarter and sat out the rest of the game because of a swollen right eye.
New Orleans Pelicans 125, Charlotte Hornets 122 (OT)
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Anthony Davis celebrated his 24th birthday in style and New Orleans was the beneficiary.
Davis erupted for 46 points and 21 rebounds and was at his best in the clutch, lifting the Pelicans to an overtime victory over Charlotte at the Spectrum Center.
Davis scored 24 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, including nine straight points late in overtime. His three-point play with 1:11 remaining in overtime gave the Pelicans the lead for good at 119-118, and then he scored on drives on the Pelicans' next two possessions.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- LeBron James did what he always does -- dominate the game -- but this time Cleveland followed his lead perfectly.
James had 24 points, 13 assists and 12 rebounds in leading a well-balanced attack that beat Orlando Magic and snapped a troubling, three-game losing streak.
James recorded his second consecutive triple-double, his career-high ninth of the season and the 51st of his career.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Markieff Morris sank a 17-foot baseline jump shot with .4 of a second remaining in overtime to give Washington a victory over Portland at Moda Center.
John Wall scored 39 points for the Wizards, who won their fifth straight game. Bradley Beal had 26 points and Otto Porter 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Wizards, who rallied from a 21-point halftime deficit.
CJ McCollum scored 34 points and Damian Lillard added 33 for the Trail Blazers, who saw the end to a four-game winning streak.
Gary Harris scored 24 points and Nikola Jokic recorded a double-double, leading Denver to a victory over Sacramento at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif.
Jokic posted 20 points and 14 rebounds for the Nuggets, who have won three of their last four games. Danilo Gallinari scored 15 points. Jamal Murray came off the bench to score 14.
Buddy Hield scored 17 points for the Kings, who have lost eight in a row. Tyreke Evans had 16 points off the bench. Willie Cauley-Stein scored 13 points and Kosta Koufos had 10 points and eight rebounds.