NBA Scores And More: Derek Fisher For The Win, Thunder Cruise Past Celtics, Knicks And Bulls Lose

In a full MLK Day of NBA action, Derek Fisher stole the spotlight by nailing a three-pointer with three seconds left to lift the L.A. Lakers past the Dallas Mavericks. In other action, the Oklahoma City Thunder triumphed late over the Boston Celtics.

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Bulls Vs. Grizzlies: Minus Derrick Rose, Memphis Lays Out Chicago 102-86

Rudy Gay scored 25 points, Mike Conley 20, and Marreese Speights and Marc Gasol both had double-doubles as the Grizzlies led early and led often against the visiting Chicago Bulls, emerging victorious with a 102-86 win Monday afternoon on MLK Day. The Bulls played without Derrick Rose, who missed another game with turf toe.

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Thunder Vs. Celtics: Kendrick Perkins Returns, But Kevin Durant And Russell Westbrook Steal The Show

Kendrick Perkins returned to Boston for the first time since being traded with Nate Robinson in exchange for Nenad Kristic and Jeff Green before the trade deadline last season, but he wasn't the reason the Boston Celtics lost 97-88 to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday night.

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Magic Vs. Knicks: Orlando Torches New York From Downtown, Wins 102-93

The New York Knicks stopped Dwight Howard, but couldn't stifle the Orlando Magic from outside.

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