INDIANAPOLIS — Bojan Bogdanovic scored 24 points and the Indiana Pacers tied an NBA record by making 19 3-pointers in a 136-94 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night, handing LeBron James the most lopsided loss of his career.

James' teams lost by 36 points twice previously.

Myles Turner had 22 points to help the Pacers pick up their third consecutive victory. Thaddeus Young finished with 12 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists.

James had 18 points, nine rebounds and seven assists in his second game back since injuring his groin on Christmas Day. He didn't play in the fourth quarter.

JaVale McGee had 16 points for the Lakers, who have lost two straight and six of their last eight.

PISTONS 105, KNICKS 92: Blake Griffin scored 29 points and Andre Drummond finished with 17 points and 16 rebounds as Detroit beat host New York, handing the Knicks their 14th straight loss. Reggie Bullock and Reggie Jackson each added 19 points for the Pistons. Dennis Smith Jr. had 25 points in his second game for New York, which has also lost a franchise-record 15 straight at home. Mitchell Robinson had 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Kevin Knox scored 11 points. The Knicks haven't won since Jan. 4 against the Lakers in Los Angeles. Their last win at Madison Square Garden was a 136-134 overtime victory against Milwaukee on Dec. 1.

CLIPPERS 117, HORNETS 115: Tobias Harris scored 34 points, including a running jumper in the lane with 4.3 seconds remaining, and Los Angeles rallied from 20 points down to beat host Charlotte. Charlotte had a chance to tie or take the lead on its last possession, but Marvin Williams' 3-point attempt was short at the buzzer. Lou Williams scored 31 points for the Clippers, Montrezl Harrell added 16 and Patrick Beverley 15. Kemba Walker scored 32 points and Jeremy Lamb added 22 for the Hornets. Marvin Williams finished with 13 points and Malik Monk had 12. It was the second time this season Charlotte lost a game after leading by 20.

THUNDER 132, MAGIC 122: Russell Westbrook posted his seventh straight triple-double, and host Oklahoma City beat Orlando. Westbrook finished with 16 points, 16 assists and 15 rebounds to match the longest triple-double streak of his career. It was his 20th of the season and No. 124 for his career. Paul George scored 39 points to help the Thunder win for the eighth time in nine games. Dennis Schroder had 20 points, and Jerami Grant had 19. Evan Fournier scored 25 points for the Magic, and Aaron Gordon added 18 points and 10 assists.