The Los Angeles Clippers made amends for their recent loss to Golden State as they trounced the Warriors 115-89 on Saturday.
The Clippers were too good from the outset, dismantling the hapless Warriors who only last week beat Vinny Del Negro's side 115-94.
The crowd at the Staples Center were treated to a free-scoring display by their side with point guard Chris Paul starring, finishing the match with 27 points and nine assists.
Blake Griffin added 20 points to compound the Warriors' misery as the Clippers set a franchise record 12th straight win at home.
The San Antonio Spurs proved age is no obstacle in their comfortable 109-86 win over a much younger Philadelphia 76ers side.
Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker were rampant throughout the match with the pair combining for 39 points.
They were aided by veteran Tim Duncan who scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds.
Centre Spencer Hawes had a game-high 22 points for a Philadelphia side who did not test the Spurs all night with the loss stretching their winless streak to three matches.
Carmelo Anthony was once again the star for the New York Knicks as they rallied to beat the Orlando Magic 114-106 in Florida.
The 28-year-old poured in 40 points on the Magic defence with 16 of those coming in the fourth quarter to ensure the Knicks reeled in the home side who went into the final period ahead 89-81.
JR Smith (18 points) and Tyson Chandler (14 points, 12 rebounds) were also key to the Knicks' win while Jameer Nelson (29 points) was the standout for the Magic.
The Boston Celtics managed to overturn a 19-point deficit on their way to an 89-81 road win over the Atlanta Hawks.
Point guard Rajon Rondo recorded yet another triple-double and Paul Pierce finished with 26 points, 17 of which came in the third quarter.
In the day's other matches, the New Orleans Hornets needed overtime to overcome the Dallas Mavericks 99-96 while the Indiana Pacers were too good for the Milwaukee Bucks in their 95-80 win.
The Brooklyn Nets relied heavily on their bench as they breezed past the Sacramento Kings 113-93, James Harden led the Houston Rockets to a 112-104 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Portland Trail Blazers scraped past the Minnesota Timberwolves 102-97 and the Denver Nuggets brushed aside the Utah Jazz 110-91.