NBA Wrap: Heat hot-streak hits 10 games

Hassan Whiteside hit 30 points and took down 20 rebounds while Dion Waiters drained 21 points as the Miami Heat extended their winning streak into double figures with a 125-102 win over Philadelphia on Saturday night.

Goran Dragic added 16 points and eight assists while Tyler Johnson also scored 16 for the Heat.

The 10-game run ties Houston for the second-longest in the league this season. Golden State hold the record after winning 12 straight back in November.

Ersan Ilyasova top-scored for the 76ers with 21 points.

Gregg Popovich beat the record for most wins with a single franchise on Saturday night after 18 points each from Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker helped San Antonio to a 121-97 win over Denver.

The win was Popovich's 1,128th victory, passing the mark set by former Utah coach Jerry Sloan. Veterans Ginobili and Parker have been involved in 639 of those wins.

The 39-year-old Ginobili hit a season-high after draining four-out-of-five 3-pointers in the first half.

Kawhi Leonard led the Spurs with 19 points in San Antonio's final home game before an eight-game road trip.

In Indianapolis, Paul George scored 21 points as the Pacers beat the Pistons 105-834 to stretch their own streak to six games.

Lavoy Allen, in for the injured Thaddeus Young, scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Pacers, while Myles Turner, CJ Miles and All Jefferson each added 13 points.

Marcus Morris top scored for Detroit with 19 points while Jon Leuer hit 14 points and took down seven rebounds.

The Atlanta Hawks lead from the start as they defeated the Magic 113-86 on the back of 21 points from Paul Millsap.

Tim Hardaway Jr. also hit 21 points for the Hawks.

Aaron Gordon top-scored for Orlando with 16 points while Elfrid Payton also hit 10.

Washington recorded a seventh-straight win after holding off the Pelicans for a 105-91 win.

John Wall hit 24 points and grabbed 13 assists while Markieff Morris scored 18 points.

The Wizards have now won their last 17 games at home, the second-longest run in franchise history.

Anthony Davis had 25 points and 10 rebounds for New Orleans, which lost a fourth straight game.

The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the New York Knicks 111-104 with LeBron James becoming the youngest player in NBA history to score 28,000 points; the Milwaukee Bucks ended a five-game losing streak with a 137-112 win over the Phoenix Suns, and the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 107-99.

Gordon Hayward nailed 33 points as the Utah Jazz beat the Charlotte Hornets 105-98 and the Sacramento Kings handed the Golden State Warriors a first defeat in six games winning 109-106 in overtime despite Stephen Curry scoring 35 points for the Warriors.