Joe Ingles dropped five 3-pointers in his 21 points as the Utah Jazz beat the Los Angeles Lakers 111-97, splitting their series with the defending NBA champs.
Jordan Clarkson had a game-high 22 points while Bojan Bogdanovic scored 19 as NBA-leading Jazz avenged the Lakers' 127-115 overtime victory on Saturday night.
Leading scorer Donovan Mitchell is still out for the Jazz, while LeBron James and Anthony Davis remain missing for Los Angeles.
The Jazz doubled their halftime lead to 20 points in the third quarter with 13 from Ingles, who hit three 3-pointers in that stretch.
"These guys are as good as anyone in the league with the read-drive offense," Lakers coach Frank Vogel said of the Jazz.
"They're patient. They look for great shots at the rim or great shots at the perimeter. If they don't have it, they work the possession until they get it.
"That's why their record is what it is, and obviously we weren't good enough tonight."
Stephen Curry hit 10 3-pointers and scored 49 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 107-96 victory over the short-handed Philadelphia 76ers.
Curry's 3 that tied the game at 86-all gave him 11 straight games with 30 or more points, topping Kobe Bryant for the most by any player 33 or older.
Curry, who turned 33 last month, also has the longest 30-point game streak by a Warriors player since Wilt Chamberlain in 1964.
Curry had his fifth 40-point game in April and topped Bryant and Michael Jordan for most 40-point games in a month by a player 33 or older.
Joel Embiid scored 28 points for the 76ers, who played without All-Star Ben Simmons (illness) and starting forward Tobias Harris (sore right knee).
Even for Curry, his recent stretch of sensational shooting ranked among the best of his career.
"What he's doing is amazing to watch," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
"Nobody in the history of this game has ever done what he's doing right now."
In Milwaukee, the Phoenix Suns beat the Bucks 128-127 in overtime.
The western conference Suns have the second best record in the NBA while the Bucks are third in the east.
The Denver Nuggets saw off the Memphis Grizzlies 139-137 in double overtime on the back of 47 points and 15 rebounds from Nikola Jokic.
Elsewhere, the Pistons overcame Matthew Dellavedova's Cavaliers 109-105, Chicago beat Boston 102-96, the Heat downed the Rockets 113-91 and Washington Wizards won out 119-107 over Oklahoma City Thunder.