NBA Wrap: Duncan moves up scoring ladder in Spurs win

San Antonio Spurs veteran Tim Duncan moved into 14th place on the NBA all-time scoring list during his side’s 108-87 win over the Los Angeles Clippers.

Duncan, who surpassed John Havlicek, scored six points in the game, while Kawhi Leonard finished with 20 points and five rebounds as the Spurs won their 42nd consecutive game on home soil.

Chris Paul dropped 22 points for the Clippers.

The Indiana Pacers triumphed over the Boston Celtics 103-98 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Paul George guided the Pacers to victory as he scored 25 points on nine of 16 shooting, grabbed seven rebounds, dished out four assists and recorded four steals.

Isaiah Thomas had 21 points, six rebounds and eight assists for the Celtics.

The Orlando Magic bounced back from their loss to the Portland Trail Blazers by beating the Denver Nuggets 116-110.

Evan Fournier scored 30 points, while Jason Smith finished with 25 points and 13 rebounds.

Gary Harris was the Nuggets’ top-scorer with 18 points.

Bojan Bogdanovic dropped a career-high 44 points as the Brooklyn Nets cruised past the Philadelphia 76ers 131-114.

Bogdanovic made 17 of the 27 shots he attempted, while also pulling down eight rebounds and dished out two assists.

Isaiah Canaan was the Sixers’ best player with 20 points.

Meanwhile, the Toronto Raptors got back to their winning ways following a 107-89 mauling of the Milwaukee Bucks.

Kyle Lowry led the Raptors to victory as he scored 25 points on five of nine shooting and dished out 11 assists.

Giannis Antetokounmpo was just one assist shy of another triple-double as he ended the game with 18 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists.

In the final game on Tuesday night, the Sacramento Kings snapped a five-game losing streak as they beat the Los Angeles Lakers 106-98.

DeMarcus Cousins scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds, while Darren Collison also dropped 22 points, but dished out six assists.

Lou Williams came off the bench to score 17 points for the Lakers.

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