NBA re­sults | Satur­day

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Heat 131, Bucks 126

MIL­WAU­KEE — Go­ran Dragic scored 25 points off the bench, Bam Ade­bayo added 19 points and the Mi­ami Heat ral­lied from a 21-point third-quar­ter deficit to beat Gian­nis An­te­tok­oun­mpo and the Mil­wau­kee Bucks in over­time 131-126 on Satur­day night.

76ers 117, Pistons 111

DETROIT — To­bias Har­ris scored 29 points against his for­mer team in Philadel­phia’s vic­tory over Detroit.

Hawks 103, Magic 99

AT­LANTA — Trae Young scored 39 points, in­clud­ing At­lanta’s last eight, in a win over Or­lando.

Young took over the game for At­lanta after Or­lando led 96-95. His base­line re­verse layup gave the Hawk the lead. Fol­low­ing a ty­ing free throw by Aaron Gor­don,

Young’s layup again gave the lead back to the Hawks.

Celtics 118, Knicks 95

NEW YORK — Kemba Walker scored a sea­son-high 32 points, snap­ping out of an early sea­son shoot­ing slump with seven 3-point­ers, and Bos­ton kept New York win­less.

Cavaliers 110, Pacers 99

CLEVE­LAND — Tris­tan Thomp­son scored 25 points and made his first ca­reer 3-pointer, Kevin Love scored 21 and Cleve­land played well in a home­open­ing win, giv­ing first-year coach John Beilein his first NBA vic­tory.

Raptors 108, Bulls 84

CHICAGO — Pas­cal Si­akam scored 19 points, OG Anunoby added 17 and Toronto spoiled Chicago’s home opener.

Rock­ets 126, Pelicans 123

HOUSTON — James Har­den scored 29 points, Rus­sell West­brook added his se­cond straight triple-dou­ble with 28 points, 13 as­sists and 10 re­bounds and Houston sent New Or­leans to its first 0-3 start since the 2016-27 sea­son.

Spurs 124, Wizards 122

SAN AN­TO­NIO — DeMar DeRozan scored 26 points, in­clud­ing the game-win­ning bas­ket in heavy traf­fic in the fi­nal sec­onds, and San An­to­nio beat Washington.

Jazz 113, Kings 81

SALT LAKE CITY — Bo­jan Bog­danovic hit five 3-point­ers and scored 26 points, pow­er­ing Utah past Sacra­mento.

Suns 130, Clip­pers 122

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