The Golden State Warriors won their 14th away game on the bounce as they held off the Chicago Bulls 119-112.
Klay Thompson hit 38 points, while Steph Curry added 30 and nine rebounds as the Warriors improved their away record to 21-3 for the season.
After a tight first half – the teams went into the break 66-63 to the Bulls – the Warriors restricted the home side to just a dozen points in the third quarter.
Chicago outscored the Warriors 34-24 in the final 12 minutes but it was in vain as the Warriors claimed their record-tying away win.
The Atlanta Hawks came back from 19 points down – and scored the game winner with two seconds left – as they beat the New Orleans Pelicans 94-93.
Kent Bazemore, who had 20 on the night, sank a jumper with 2.1 seconds left on the clock at the Philips Arena.
Dwight Howard got a double-double with 18 points and 15 rebounds – as the Charlotte Hornets hit 77 points in the first half in their 133-109 win over the Washington Wizards.
Hassan Whiteshide had 27 points and 13 rebounds as the Miami Heat beat the Milwaukee Bucks 106-101 and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the LA Lakers 114-90.
Donovan Mitchell hit 34 points as the Utah Jazz beat the Sacramento Kings 120-105, while the LA Clippers edged the Denver Nuggets 109-104.