Pacers 95, Grizzlies 79: Paul George scored 23 points and Lance Stephenson had the first triple-double of his career as Indiana (8-0) extended its franchise-best start with a home win over Memphis.
"It was probably our most complete game," coach Frank Vogel said.
Stephenson finished with 13 points, 11 rebounds and a career-high 12 assists. The Pacers' Roy Hibbert added five more blocks to his NBA-leading total.
Bulls 96, Cavaliers 81: Derrick Rose had 16 points before leaving in the fourth quarter with a right hamstring injury in Chicago's home victory over Cleveland.
"It's nothing big at all," said Rose, who missed all of last season while recovering from left knee surgery. Rose said he thinks he will be able to play Friday night at Toronto.
Trail Blazers 109, Pistons 103: Damian Lillard bounced back from a miserable shooting night with 25 points, making five 3-pointers, and Portland posted its sixth straight home win over Detroit. Lillard, last season's Rookie of the Year, was 1 of 15 from the floor with four points in the Blazers' 96-85 victory Saturday night in Sacramento.
Hawks 103, Bobcats 94: Al Horford scored 24 points as visiting Atlanta handed Charlotte coach Steve Clifford a loss in his first game back since undergoing a heart procedure. Clifford missed the Bobcats' game Friday night against the New York Knicks after having two stents placed in his heart.
Rockets 110, Raptors 104: Jeremy Lin scored 31 points off the bench, Dwight Howard had 18 points and 24 rebounds, and Houston beat visiting Toronto in double-overtime. James Harden finished with 26 points and 10 assists for the Rockets.
Celtics 120, Magic 105: Avery Bradley scored 24 points as Boston beat visiting Orlando for the second time in four days. The Celtics have won four straight after opening the season with four losses under first-year coach Brad Stevens.
Clippers 109, Timberwolves 107: Blake Griffin had 25 points and 10 rebounds, Chris Paul added 21 points, and Los Angeles made it six straight wins over visiting Minnesota.
Lakers: Point guard Steve Nash will be out for at least two weeks with nerve root irritation in his back. Nash, 39, is the NBA's oldest player.
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