Warriors 130,?Magic 114

Stephen Curry scored 51 points and set an NBA record with a 3-pointer in his 128th consecutive game as Golden State beat host Orlando on Thursday night.

A night after scoring 42 in a six-point victory at Miami, Curry made 20 of 27 shots from the field, including 10 3-pointers. The Warriors pulled away in the closing minutes of the third quarter, with Curry banking in a 44-foot shot at the buzzer for a 99-91 lead.

The reigning MVP topped 50 points for the third time this season, the first player to do it that many times since LeBron James and Dwyane Wade in 2008-09.

The Warriors improved to 52-5, the best 57-game start in league history.

Evan Fournier led Orlando with 20 points. Nikola Vucevic had 17 points and nine rebounds.

Pelicans 123,?Thunder 119

Anthony Davis scored 30 points and blocked four shots, three reserves combined for 60 points and host New Orleans beat Oklahoma City.

Ryan Anderson scored 26 points in a little less than 26 minutes off the bench, while Jrue Holiday added 22 points, also in fewer than 26 minutes. Backup point guard Toney Douglas scored 12 points in 14 minutes, with 10 points coming in the fourth quarter.

Russell Westbrook scored 44 points and Kevin Durant 32 for Oklahoma City, which trailed by 12 with a little more than 3 minutes left but got as close as two on Durant’s 3-pointer with 13 seconds left.

Holiday, who also had nine assists, made two clutch free throws shortly afterward for the final margin.

•?New Orleans Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones, who has been a fill-in starter for a month, has a fractured right wrist and is scheduled for surgery Friday.

Celtics 112,?Bucks 107

Isaiah Thomas scored 27 points, including eight in the fourth quarter, and Boston recorded its ninth straight home victory with a win over Milwaukee.

Jae Crowder added 20 points and eight rebounds. Avery Bradley finished with 18 points. All five Boston starters were in double figures.

The Celtics led by as many as 18 before Milwaukee trimmed it to single digits.

But Boston was able to beat back the threat thanks to some baskets late in the shot clock, and stops on the defensive end.

Jabari Parker led Milwaukee with 22 points and added five assists. Khris Middleton had 21 points and six assists, and Greg Monroe scored 20 points off the bench.

NOTEBOOK:?Teams adjust rosters

•?The Washington Wizards signed former Cavaliers player J.J. Hickson for the remainder of the season after the forward was bought out by the Denver Nuggets earlier in the week.

•?The Minnesota Timberwolves waived veteran point guard Andre Miller after agreeing to terms on a buyout of his contract. Miller, 39, hopes to join a team that is making a playoff push, his agent says.

Chris Bosh visits Heat

Chris Bosh was back with the Miami Heat on Thursday night, albeit only for a team charity event. The All-Star forward’s basketball future remains unclear as he deals with a blood clot that formed in his leg. Bosh is not divulging anything about his health situation or even if he plans to play again this season.