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They say defense wins championships, but if that’s the case, the Cleveland Cavaliers are dead in the water.

The Cavaliers got pummeled by the Washington Wizards on Saturday, 127-115. They allowed John Wall to scorch them for 37 points and 11 assists while Bradley Beal ran rampant for 27 points and 6 assists. The Wizards scored 71 points in the first half and watched seven players score in double digits. They shot 60 percent as a team.

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We all know Westbrook is on his way to becoming the second player in NBA history to average a triple-double for a season. At this point, with Westbrook still averaging it comfortably and only a few weeks remaining, Westbrook is overwhelmingly expected to get it. If it takes knocking out a couple teammates to ensure he gets defensive rebounds, sure, that’s what Westbrook is going to do!

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Seven Wizards players scored in double-figures — led by John Wall with 37 points and Bradley Beal with 27 — as Washington defeated Cleveland, 127-115. Kelly Oubre also chipped in 16 points on 7-8 shooting as the Wizards picked up one of their best road wins of the season to kick off a brutal five-game road swing.

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The Raptors have now one five games in a row and continue to look sharp.

Coming off of a big win against Miami, the Raptors took on the Mavericks in Dallas looking to extend their four-game winning streak. Playing without DeMarre Carroll, new fan favourite P.J. Tucker got his second start for the Raptors this season. Behind a well rounded 18 points, 6 assists, and 3 rebounds from DeMar DeRozan, and 18 points and 8 rebounds by Serge Ibaka, Toronto lead the entire way and beat the Mavericks 94-86, securing their fifth win in a row.

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The Warriors prevail over the Grizzlies in a game with playoff atmosphere with a phenomenal fourth quarter.

The Golden State Warriors defeat the Memphis Grizzlies 106-94 at home and split the season series 2-2.

The back and forth slugfest had the air of a playoff game, and neither team pulled away in any significant fashion until the Warriors established a double digit lead with less than five minutes to go in the fourth quarter.

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Indiana led by as many as 25 in the fourth quarter, closing out a home win over Philadelphia. Paul George scored 21 and Myles Turner had 17 points and 16 rebounds.

The Indiana Pacers moved back into the win column with a home win against the Philadelphia 76ers, using a solid second half to make it a comfortable win to boot. The Pacers built leads in the first half, but struggled to build on them, allowing the Sixers to push back each time.

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