It was a day to forget for reigning NBA champions the Golden State Warriors, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Oklahoma City Thunder after the trio lost on Saturday.
Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant were both ejected late in Golden State's shock 111-101 defeat to the Memphis Grizzlies.
Two-time NBA MVP Curry finished with 37 points, while Warriors team-mate Durant had 29 in Golden State's second loss of the season.
The Cavaliers played their third game of the week and first back-to-back of the season and it showed, upstaged 114-93 by the Orlando Magic.
LeBron James had a season-low 22 points on eight-of-15 shooting. The loss broke a streak of 17 consecutive games in which the Cavaliers had beaten Orlando.
As for the Thunder, nothing went right in their 96-87 defeat to the Utah Jazz, who had five players in double-figures.
Thunder star Russell Westbrook scored just six points, while Paul George added 22 and Carmelo Anthony had 26.
The Houston Rockets made it three wins from three games with a 107-91 victory over the Dallas Mavericks thanks to 29 points from James Harden in the absence of injured team-mate Chris Paul.
GIANNIS ENJOYS CAREER HIGH
Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo posted a career-high 44 points on 17-of-23 shooting. He added eight points, four rebounds and two steals in the Bucks' 113-110 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
GASOL LEADS GRIZZLIES PAST WARRIORS
Grizzlies centre Marc Gasol had 34 points on eight-of-16 shooting, but more impressively, he went 16 of 17 from the free-throw line in Memphis' win over the Warriors.
JOHNSON WITH THE SLAM!
Heat forward James Johnson put Pacers guard Victor Oladipo on a poster in the Miami's loss to the Indiana Pacers.
Toronto Raptors 128-94 Philadelphia 76ers
Orlando Magic 114-93 Cleveland Cavaliers
Miami Heat 112-108 Indiana Pacers
Detroit Pistons 111-107 New York Knicks
Utah Jazz 96-87 Oklahoma City Thunder
Los Angeles Clippers 130-88 Phoenix Suns
San Antonio Spurs 87-77 Chicago Bulls
Memphis Grizzlies 111-101 Golden State Warriors
Houston Rockets 107-91 Dallas Mavericks
Milwaukee Bucks 113-110 Portland Trail Blazers
Denver Nuggets 96-79 Sacramento Kings
TIMBERWOLVES AT THUNDER
The Thunder are coming off a poor offensive performance as they fell to the Jazz. Oklahoma City are trying to find their way as they integrate George and Anthony into the offence, but they are taking on another team on Sunday still building chemistry after the Minnesota Timberwolves added Jimmy Butler and Jeff Teague to the fold in the offseason.
|You always have a chance - Wagner hopeful of Man City scalp|
|Chelsea´s tough title defence was to be expected - Klopp|
|Horne replaces Dunbar in Scotland XV|
|Neymar and Cavani bound by common goal at PSG|
|Simeone: Everything seems better when Atletico win|
|F1 Raceweek: Scores to be settled in Abu Dhabi|
|Injuries not to blame for Real Madrid LaLiga position - Zidane|
|Icardi could stay at Inter forever, says Spalletti|
|Former England star Owen finishes second on horse racing debut|
|Emery backs Mbappe to shine on Monaco return|
|Robben-less Heynckes handed timely Coman boost|
|Guardiola not complacent ahead of Huddersfield clash|
|Trump to ´quickly´ play golf with Woods and Johnson|
|Salah not Liverpool´s only threat, insists Conte|
|Klopp trusts Moreno ´100 per cent´ despite Sevilla shocker|
|No excuses for Conte despite Chelsea´s travel trouble|
|Salah has nothing to prove in Chelsea reunion, says Klopp|
|We´re on the Ball - Paceman Jake says England´s homework is paying off|
|Bale return could be imminent - Zidane|
|Megson´s interim role is no audition as he awaits permanent West Brom boss|
|Bosz has derby focus despite Dortmund criticism|
|Kaka predicts bright future for Milan´s Silva|
|Lyon not sorry for controversial pre-Ashes comments|
|Ashwin takes four as India skittle out Sri Lanka|
|Messi equals Ronaldo with fourth European Golden Shoe|
|Mourinho fears Fellaini exit amid Arsenal, PSG links|
|I don´t know what you want - Mourinho blasts Man United critics|
|Mourinho protecting Pogba and Ibrahimovic as they prepare for Brighton|
|Stoke to offer Crouch fresh deal|
|Record-breaker Holmes hits Fiji for six as Australia march into final|
|Del Piero expects Juventus and Dybala to rediscover top form|
|Melbourne City 1 Perth Glory 3: Ten-man hosts pay the penalty|
|Chawrasia´s challenge on track in Hong Kong|
|Herbert leads Australian Open with Day poised|
|Moyes wants greater ref protection for Carroll|
|Unsworth questions players´ commitment after Atalanta embarrassment|
|Pistorius prison sentence more than doubled|
|Who, what, when and where? – All you need to know about the 2018 World Cup draw|
|PSG prepare for Monaco with order restored and European dominance in mind|
|Wenger calms Welbeck injury fears after planned substitution|
|The Ashes round-up: Smith and Marsh steady ship after early England burst|
|Kaka unsure over playing future amid Milan directorship offer|
|Monaco v Paris Saint-Germain: The Opta facts as Mbappe returns with Neymar in tow|
|Smith, Marsh lead revival as Australia fight back against England|
|USA claim World Cup qualifying win|
|Warner and Khawaja fall in dominant England spell|
|Rivers leads Chargers past Cowboys, Vikings beat Lions|
|Griezmann happy at Atletico, says Koke|
|Maxwell puts pressure on Marsh and selectors with blazing century|
|England collapse as Aussies bowl out Ashes tourists for 302|
|Ronaldo will deliver when needed for Madrid – Alonso|
|Hunt recommits to Wallabies, Reds|
|Blues appoint Fittler in quest for Origin glory|
|Starc rips knee, pants at Gabba|
|Rodrigo commits to Valencia until 2022|
|Parker news conference unprofessional, says Joshua|
|All Blacks injuries no help to Wales – Gatland|
|Domestic bliss? Montella targets Serie A resurgence after Europa League success|
|Rooney stands by Unsworth after Everton humiliation|
|He deserved more chances – Hazard hails ´top player´ Salah|
|Hartley set to lead England at Six Nations despite Samoa omission|
|We have to stay awake all the time - Coutinho frustrated after Sevilla collapse|
|Everton 1 Atalanta 5: Cristante and Cornelius knock more shine off Premier League strugglers|
|AC Milan 5 Austria Wien 1: Andre Silva sends Montella´s men through to the last 32|
|Joshua: Awkward Fury a ´nutjob´, but I´d knock Wilder out with one punch|
|Wasteful Arsenal leave Wenger frustrated|
|Goffin: Belgium have nothing to lose in Davis Cup final|
|McInnes to remain at Aberdeen despite links to Rangers, West Brom|
|Robinho given prison sentence in Italy for 2013 sexual assault|
|Cologne 1 Arsenal 0: Gunners secure top spot despite defeat|