DeMar DeRozan exploded for 42 points as the Toronto Raptors clinched their place in the NBA playoffs with a 121-119 overtime victory against the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday.
DeMar DeRozan delivered 35 points and nailed a career-high matching six three pointers as the Toronto Raptors rebounded from Thursday's loss with an emphatic 130-105 demolition of the Portland Trail Blazers.
Detroit Pistons Andre Drummond tallied 21 points and 22 rebounds in a 125-114 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, who not only lost the game but also star Kevin Love with a broken hand.
Blake Griffin sank a clutch three-pointer as the Los Angeles Clippers completed the team's greatest road comeback since 2004 with a 112-103 win over the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday.
Klay Thompson delivered 26 points and Kevin Durant tallied 25 as the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors held on to defeat the Raptors 127-125 in Toronto on Saturday.
The Toronto Raptors used a balanced attack to crush Cleveland 133-99 on Thursday, handing LeBron James' struggling Cavaliers their most lopsided loss of the season.
Russell Westbrook bagged a second consecutive triple double as the Oklahoma City Thunder staged a late rally to sink the Utah Jazz on Tuesday.