Thunder 126, ?Timberwolves 123

Kevin Durant had 27 points, nine rebounds and five assists, and hit two huge shots in the final two minutes to help visiting Oklahoma City win a second-straight, fast-paced thriller with a victory over Minnesota on Wednesday night.

Russell Westbrook had 24 points, 15 assists and eight rebounds, while Enes Kanter had 23 points and 10 boards for the Thunder, who beat the Knicks in overtime the night before. Oklahoma City outrebounded Minnesota 47-31 to go home from a four-game road trip at 3-1.

Zach LaVine scored 35 points on 14-for-17 shooting, Andrew Wiggins added 20 points and Karl-Anthony Towns had 19 points, 13 boards and five assists for the Timberwolves.

•?Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves will play on opposite teams in the Rising Stars Challenge at NBA All-Star weekend.

Spurs 130, Rockets 99

LaMarcus Aldridge had 25 points and 10 rebounds, and host San Antonio rebounded from its worst loss in three years to bash Houston and remain undefeated at home.

San Antonio (39-7) has won 25 straight at home to open the season and 34 consecutive dating back to last season.

San Antonio had 32 assists and shot 56 percent from the field in snapping Houston’s three-game winning streak.

Celtics 111, ?Nuggets 103

Avery Bradley matched his season-high with 27 points, and host Boston earned its fourth straight victory with a win over Denver.

Kelly Olynyk added 17 points and seven rebounds. Isaiah Thomas finished with 16 points and five assists.

Boston took a 15-point lead into the fourth quarter thanks to a last-second 3-point play by Olynyk to end the third.

Pistons 108, 76ers 97

Andre Drummond had 25 points and 18 rebounds, and host Detroit rallied to beat Philadelphia.

Drummond, who came into the game having gone 1-for-14 from the line in the last two games, even hit seven of his 12 free throws. Reggie Jackson added 27 points, while rookie Stanley Johnson had 18 off the bench.

The 76ers played without starters Jahlil Okafor and JaKarr Sampson, who both missed their second game in two nights with the flu.

Clippers 85, Hawks 83

Jamal Crawford scored 21 points and the visiting Los Angeles Clippers won again without Blake Griffin, holding off mistake-prone Atlanta.

The Hawks turned it over a season-high 23 times but still had a chance to force overtime when Chris Paul lost the handle on an inbounds pass after Al Horford’s free throw. Atlanta got it back with 6.7 seconds left and inbounded to Paul Millsap, who drove against Luc Mbah a Moute and got a good look at the basket but came up short on a running one-hander.

NOTEBOOK: ?Popovich to coach West

San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich will coach the NBA’s West All-Stars, though Golden State has the best record in the conference. With the Warriors’ Steve Kerr ineligible because he coached last year, Popovich earned the nod.

Mirotic has surgery

The Chicago Bulls expect forward Nikola Mirotic to be sidelined until after the All-Star break following surgery on Wednesday to remove his appendix.