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Booker and Paul help NBA-leading Suns advance to 76ers, 114-104

PHOENIX ( Associated Press) — Devin Booker scored 35 points, 19 points and 14 assists to Chris Paul as the NBA-leading Phoenix Suns beat the Philadelphia 76ers 114-104 on Sunday to win their eighth straight game.

It was an interesting matchup between two teams tracking the NBA Finals. The Sons hold the No. 1 seed at the Western Conference and the league’s best record, while the 76ers are fighting Milwaukee, Boston and Miami for the top spot in the East. The 76ers’ loss is tied with the Bucks, who are half a game behind the Celtics and Heat.

The Phoenix is ​​61–14, one win shy of trying for a franchise season win record. The 76ers had broken their three-game winning streak, despite Joel Embiid scoring another big game of 37 points and 15 rebounds.

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James Harden’s game was tough, shooting 2 of 11 from the field. He had 14 points, nine assists and seven rebounds.

Wizards 123, Warriors 115

WASHINGTON ( Associated Press) – Corey Kispert scored 16 of his career-high 25 points in the first half as Washington beat the clash.

Golden State has lost five of their last six, and the Warriors have never taken the lead in the game. Golden State was without Stephen Curry (a left leg sprain) for the fifth straight match, and Andre Iguodala (a lower back injury) was also ruled out.

Jordan Poole scored 26 runs for Warriors. Klay Thompson had 25.

Celtics 134, Timberwolves 112

BOSTON ( Associated Press) — Jason Tatum scored 34 points, Jaylen Brown had 31 points and 10 rebounds as Boston beat Minnesota for their sixth straight win.

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Celtics won their last 28 matches for the 24th time. Minnesota is 12-5 since the All-Star break, winning 10 of 11 before back-to-back defeats to Phoenix and Dallas this week.

Anthony Edwards scored 24 runs for Minnesota. Karl-Anthony Towns added 19.

Nix 104, Piston 102

DETROIT ( Associated Press) – Alec Burkes hit a 3-pointer for New York’s final point and ended Detroit with a last-second steal.

Trailing two, the Pistons called a timeout to set up the final play with 6.6 seconds remaining. Killian Hayes passes the ball to Cade Cunningham, but Burke snatches the ball while trying to drive.

RJ Barrett led New York with 21 points, Julian Randall’s 20 and Burks and Emmanuel Quickley’s 18-18. Marvin Bagley III led Detroit with 27 points, and Cunningham added 18 points.

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