NBA Scores & More: Magic Pepper Heat With Threes, Spurs Beat Sixers And Jeremy Lin Won't Stop

Would you believe that Jeremy Lin led the New York Knicks to another win? Because he did! In other action, the Magic hit 17 three-pointers to beat the Heat and Tony Parker led a streaking Spurs team past the Sixers.

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Mavericks Vs. Nuggets: Dirk Nowitzki Leads Dallas Over Short-Handed Denver

Dirk Nowitzki and a much deeper bench were enough for the Dallas Mavericks to outlast the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday.

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Spurs Vs. Sixers: Tony Parker Scores 37 As San Antonio Extends Winning Streak To Six Games

The visiting San Antonio Spurs defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 100-90 on Wednesday night. Tony Parker scored 37 points.

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Rockets Vs. Blazers: Houston Hands Portland Second Straight Home Loss

The Portland Trail Blazers fought back from a 19-point second half deficit, but the Houston Rockets regained control behind a strong performance from their bench.

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Heat Vs. Magic: Orlando, Ryan Anderson Bomb Miami 102-89

Ryan Anderson scored 24 first half points and Dwight Howard turned in his sixth 20-point, 20-rebound game of the year as the Orlando Magic knocked down 17 of 42 three-point attempts to sink the Miami Heat 102-89 Wednesday night in Orlando.

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