Kevin Durant had 26 points and 10 rebounds and Russell Westbrook just missed a triple-double Wednesday to help the Oklahoma City Thunder make a statement before the All-Star break with a 105-89 victory over the visiting Memphis Grizzlies.
Westbrook had 24 points, nine rebounds and nine assists. Nick Collison had season highs of 15 points and nine rebounds for Oklahoma City, which has won five of six and moved closer to a playoff berth in the West after early injuries to Durant and Westbrook.
All-Star Marc Gasol finished with eight points on two-for-10 shooting for Memphis, which had won 10 of 11 but was held to 37% shooting.
at Boston 89, Atlanta 88: Evan Turner made a running scoop shot with 0.2 seconds left to give the Celtics their only lead of the game as they handed the Hawks only their third loss of the calendar year. Al Horford scored 22 points and added 12 rebounds for the Hawks, who followed a 19-game winning streak by losing four of their last seven.
at Toronto 95, Washington 93: DeMar DeRozan made a tiebreaking jump shot with 12 seconds left, and the Raptors continued their strong play against the Wizards. Lou Williams scored 27 points and DeRozan had 23 for Toronto, which has won seven of the last eight meetings with Washington, including all three this season.
Golden State 94, at Minnesota 91: Andre Iguodala and Leandro Barbosa led a dominant effort from the Warriors' reserves and Klay Thompson hit a big three-pointer down the stretch as Golden State (42-9) went into the All-Star break with the best record in the NBA.
at Cleveland 113, Miami 93: LeBron James scored 18 points against his former Miami teammates and Cleveland had six others score in double figures as the Cavaliers avenged a Christmas Day loss in Miami for their 14th win in 15 games.
San Antonio 104, at Detroit 87: The Spurs held Detroit to 12 points in the first quarter and led comfortably through the second half. Danny Green scored 19 points and Tony Parker added 17 for San Antonio.
Indiana 106, at New Orleans 93: David West and George Hill each scored 17 points and the Pacers got their fourth win in five games by pounding the Pelicans, who played without All-Star Anthony Davis and forward Ryan Anderson.