The Spurs won their ninth straight, the Celtics dropped a home game to the Pistons and the Hornets managed a win over the Bucks.
Here are the rest of Wednesday night's scores.
Spurs 113, Raptors 106: All-Star Tony Parker dropped 34 points and 14 assists, and the Spurs -- winners of nine straight -- are threatening to sweep the Rodeo Trip.
Pistons 98, Celtics 88: The Celtics dropped a game to one of the East's worst teams ... at home. Kevin Garnett did not play, and Ray Allen and Paul Pierce combined for 20 points on 4-16 shooting.
Cavaliers 98, Pacers 87: Kyrie Irving returned from his concussion-related absence, scoring 22 points in the home win for Cleveland. Indiana's flailing right now.
Grizzlies 105, Nets 100: It's becoming a familiar refrain -- Deron Williams has a strong night (26 points, 11 assists) but the Nets lose.
Hornets 92, Bucks 89: Thanks to a molasses pace and impassioned defense, the Hornets remain the league's only team who could beat anyone in the NBA any given night or lose by 80. Marco Belinelli was on fire on Wednesday, so a win it was.
Wolves 102, Bobcats 90: That would be 16 straight losses for Charlotte. The consecutive losses streak is within reach.
Hawks 101, Suns 99: Josh Smith had a strong night with 30 points and 17 rebounds as the Hawks beat Phoenix.
Clippers 102, Wizards 84: Sadly, the magic could not continue for the 'Zards. Another night, fellas.