NBA roundup: Oklahoma City Thunder, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies register wins

Sports Mole rounds up all the action from Friday's games in the NBA.

The Oklahoma City Thunder have extended their unbeaten run by beating the Brooklyn Nets for their 10th-straight victory.

Nick Collison of the Oklahoma City Thunder drives against Mason Plumlee of the Brooklyn Nets during their NBA game January 31, 2014© Getty Images

However, Kevin Durant came up short of the 30-point mark for the first time in 13 games, but Serge Ibaka stepped up with 25 to help the Western Conference ease to the win.

The Dallas Mavericks had to rally in the fourth quarter for a victory over the Sacramento Kings.

The hosts had squandered a big first-half lead, but Dirk Nowitzki was able to lead the Mavericks back in front late on, finishing the game with 34 points.

The Atlanta Hawks thrashed the Philadelphia 76ers, beating their Eastern Conference rivals by 26 points.

The visitors had seven players in double figures as they ran up the score, leaving themselves eight games behind Southeast Division leaders, the Miami Heat.

Al Jefferson matched his career-high 40 points to help the Charlotte Bobcats to victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.

Jefferson struggled with shooting early in the game, but found his rhythm as the contest progressed, adding 16 in the fourth quarter.

A late push from the Golden State Warriors helped them to a win over the Utah Jazz.

Stephen Curry added a season-high 44, including 13 in a dominant fourth quarter to help the Warriors come from behind for the victory.

The Memphis Grizzlies extended their winning run to five games, clinching a narrow win over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

After a slow first half from the home side, Kevin Love led the Timberwolves back into contention in the third quarter, but Zach Randolph made sure that the Grizzlies took the win, finishing the game with 26 points.

The Toronto Raptors made it three victories in a row by beating the Denver Nuggets, despite letting the home side back into contention late on.

DeMar DeRozan helped open up a 25-point lead for the Canadian side, but the injury-hit hosts fought back late on, but could not overturn the final 10 points.

The Orlando Magic survived a strong fourth quarter from the Milwaukee Bucks to end a three-game losing streak.

Arron Afflalo led the home side to a 25-point lead, before a late run by the visitors saw the advantage slashed to 11 by the end of the match.

Results in full: Milwaukee Bucks 102-113 Orlando Magic, Atlanta Hawks 125-99 Philadelphia 76ers, Memphis Grizzlies 94-90 Minnesota Timberwolves, Oklahoma City Thunder 120-95 Brooklyn Nets, Sacramento Kings 103-107 Dallas Mavericks, Toronto Raptors 100-90 Denver Nuggets, Charlotte Bobcats 110-100 Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors 95-90 Utah Jazz

Kevin Durant #35 hugs Serge Ibaka #9 of the Oklahoma City Thunder after the game against the Phoenix Suns November 3, 2013
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