NBA roundup: Philadelphia 76ers' losing run continues

Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers brings the ball up the court during a game against the Miami Heat at AmericanAirlines Arena on November 7, 2013
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Sports Mole rounds up all the action from Thursday's games in the NBA.

The Los Angeles Clippers came from behind inside the fourth quarter to take a win over the Dallas Mavericks.

The visitors were 10 points down during the final period, but Chris Paul led the comeback to finish the game with 31 points.

The Philadelphia 76ers tied the NBA's record for most consecutive losses, slipping to their 26th defeat in a row in their game against the Houston Rockets.

James Harden led the home side with 26 points as the Rockets secured their third straight win, leaving the Sixers without a win since January.

LaMarcus Aldridge helped the Portland Trail Blazers to victory over the Atlanta Hawks in his return from a back injury.

The forward had missed the team's last seven games with the lower back contusion, but had 25 points on his return to help the Blazers end their three-game losing streak.

The Milwaukee Bucks clinched their first win in nine games with a narrow victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.

Brandon Knight and Ramon Sessions combined for 52, while Nick Young missed a shot inside the final second for the Lakers.

Results in full: Portland Trail Blazers 100-85 Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers 98-120 Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers 105-108 Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Clippers 109-103 Dallas Mavericks

Miami Heat forward LeBron James smiles during their game against the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on January 10, 2012
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