The Hawks improved to a stunning 35-8 and
The Hawks romped to their 28th victory in the last 30 games, showing the kind of teamwork that has become their trademark in a season that no one saw coming. Ten Hawks had scored by halftime, and all five starters finished in double figures.
at Golden State 126, Houston 113: Stephen Curry got involved in an altercation with Trevor Ariza before finishing with 22 points and 10 assists, and the Warriors got their franchise-record 17th straight home win.
New York 98, at Philadelphia 91:
Oklahoma City 105, at Washington 103 (OT):
at Memphis 92, Toronto 86:
at Cleveland 106, Utah 92: LeBron James scored 26 points, Kevin Love added 19 and the rejuvenated Cavaliers won their fourth in a row. Cleveland is 4-1 since the four-time MVP returned after missing eight games because of a strained back and knee.
Dallas 98, at Minnesota 75:
at Detroit 128, Orlando 118:
at Charlotte 78, Miami 76:
at Phoenix 118, Portland 113: Season-high points by Eric Bledsoe with 33 and Isaiah Thomas with 27 saved the Suns after they watched a 25-point first-half lead evaporate but won their seventh consecutive home game.