Ben Simmons filled the stats sheet in Philadelphia's big win over the Knicks while Joe Ingles was again a standout in Utah's 10th straight NBA victory.
The Jazz reaffirmed their status as the NBA's hottest team, their 101-99 triumph over western conference heavyweights San Antonio on Monday night giving them the longest active winning streak in the league.
Ingles' strong form continued as the Australian collected 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists while rookie guard Donovan Mitchell scored 25 points, including the go-ahead jumper with 39.2 seconds left.
It was the sixth time in the last month that Ingles has bagged 20 points or more.
The first quarter belonged to Ingles - he scored 10 of Utah's first 15 points, punctuated by a dunk off a steal that put the Jazz ahead 15-10.
Fellow Australian Patty Mills couldn't get on the scoresheet in his 22 minutes for the Spurs, missing all three of his field goal attempts.
Meanwhile, the 76ers easily accounted for the slumping New York Knicks 108-92 with Simmons again at the forefront.
The Australian had 13 points, six rebounds, six assists, four steals and three blocks as the 76ers won their fourth game in succession - and 10th straight at home.
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