Kawhi Leonard has scored a season-high 35 points to move past 10,000 in his NBA career as the Los Angeles Clippers rallied to beat the Chicago Bulls 130-127.
Leonard reached the milestone on one of his five 3-pointers in the third quarter, when he scored 21 points.
His points and 3-pointers made were the most in a single quarter in his career and he finished with a career-high seven made baskets from beyond the arc.
"It's a stepping stone, but I don't really care about it," Leonard said of his milestone.
"Maybe when I retire I'll sit back and look at the accomplishments. Right now it's about being greedy and wanting more."
Zach LaVine led six Bulls in double figures with a season-high 45 points - which included a season-best 10 3-pointers.
Anthony Davis had 27 points while LeBron James added 18 to lead the Los Angeles Lakers to their sixth win in seven games with a 120-102 defeat of the Houston Rockets.
It was a testy game that included five technical fouls, two flagrant fouls and the first-half ejections of the Lakers' Markieff Morris and Rockets' DeMarcus Cousins.
Australian guard Patty Mills poured in 13 of his 18 points in the final quarter but it was not enough for the San Antonio Spurs, who went down 96-88 to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Damion Lee converted the tying and go-ahead free throws with 3.3 seconds left as the Golden State Warriors withstood a rough fourth quarter to hold off the Toronto Raptors 106-105, despite Stephen Curry's miserable shooting night.
Curry made just 2 of 16 shots and missed nine of his 10 3s for 11 points - after scoring 143 over his previous four games, including a career-high 62 a week earlier against the Portland Trail Blazers.
The Utah Jazz extended their unbeaten streak over the Detroit Pistons to nine games with a 96-88 victory.
The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Brooklyn Nets 129-116 despite 36 points from Kevin Durant while the resurgent Denver Nuggets accounted for the New York Knicks 114-89.
The NBA earlier on Sunday postponed the Miami Heats' game at the Boston Celtic hours before tip-off due to the health and safety protocols related to COVID-19.