Warriors pull away with three-pointers
GOLDEN STATE 105 MILWAUKEE 95
Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry each scored 20 points, and the Golden State Warriors wrapped up a five-game trip with a third straight win, beating the Milwaukee Bucks 105-95 on Friday.
Andre Iguodala added a season-high 15 points for Golden State, which pulled away in the second half with another hot stretch from the three-point line. The Warriors went six of nine from beyond the arc in a six-minute stretch to build an 11-point lead.
Golden State went 19 of 46 on threes to seven of 39 for Milwaukee.
at Charlotte 113, Denver 107:
Kemba Walker had 21 points and eight assists and Tony Parker added 19 off the bench as the Hornets snapped the Nuggets’ seven-game win streak. Denver’s Paul Millsap exited with a right foot injury; reportedly a broken toe.
Philadelphia 117, at Detroit 111:
Jimmy Butler scored 38 points, and the 76ers overcame resting Joel Embiid to rally from a 15-point third-quarter deficit.
Indiana 112, at Orlando 90: The Pacers continued their dominance over the Magic as Bojan Bogdanovic scored 26 points. Indiana has defeated Orlando eight straight times and 15 of the last 16.
at Brooklyn 106, Toronto 105 (OT):
D’Angelo Russell scored 29 points, including six in overtime, and the Nets ended an eight-game overall losing streak and a 12-game slide against the Raptors.
Sacramento 129, at Cleveland 110:
De’Aaron Fox had 30 points and 12 assists, and the Kings won their third in row, including the first two games of their four-game trip.
at Chicago 114, Oklahoma City 112:
Lauri Markkanen scored 24 points and made the go-ahead layup in the closing seconds to give the Bulls their first win under coach Jim Boylen, despite Russell Westbrook’s quadruple-double (24 points, 17 rebounds, 13 assists, 10 turnovers).
Memphis 107, at New Orleans 103:
JaMychal Green scored 24 points in a reserve role for the Grizzlies, while the Pelicans were done in by seven-of-29 three-point shooting and 18 turnovers.
Miami 115, at Phoenix 98: The Suns committed 20 turnovers to fall to an NBA-worst 4-22.
at San Antonio 133, Lakers 120