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High scorers

LeBron James, Mia.38
DeMar DeRozan, Tor.37
Paul Millsap, Utah.34

Notables

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 LeBron James scored in double figures for the 149th consecutive game for Miami, breaking a tie with Dwyane Wade for the longest streak in franchise history.

 The Sixers were rolling coming off their first 3-0 road trip since 2003. But they received a dose of bad news earlier Monday when they learned center Andrew Bynum will miss at least five more weeks because of a bone bruise in his right knee and may not play in a game until early January. The Sixers said the new goal was for Bynum to resume ‘‘normal basketball activity’’ around Dec. 10. He would then need 1-4 weeks of conditioning and practice before he can play in his first game for the 76ers.

DeMar DeRozan of the Raptors played a career-high 59 minutes.

It was Toronto’s first triple-OT game since Feb 23, 2001 against Sacramento.

Goran Dragic is the only Suns player to score in double figures in every game this season.

Utah’s Al Jefferson made just the second 3-pointer of his nine-year career.