Kyle Lowry had 23 points and 12 assists to lead a balanced Toronto offense while leading scorer Kawhi Leonard sat out, Serge Ibaka added 20 points and the Raptors dominated Golden State from the start, beating the Warriors 113-93 on Wednesday night.

Danny Green scored 15 points, Pascal Siakam had 13 and Fred VanVleet added 10 to help the Raptors improve to an NBA-best 23-7, matching the best start in franchise history.

They did it despite not having Leonard for a second consecutive night. Toronto's star forward has a sore right hip. The Raptors also lost 7-foot center Jonas Valanciunas to a dislocated left thumb in the first half.

Kevin Durant had 30 points, seven rebounds and five assists for Golden State.

New Orleans 118, Oklahoma City 114: Anthony Davis had 44 points and 18 rebounds, and the inconsistent Pelicans narrowly held on to defeat the Thunder in New Orleans. Jrue Holiday had 20 points and 10 assists, and Julius Randle added 22 for New Orleans, which has alternated wins and losses in its past 10 games. Paul George had 25 points and 11 rebounds, and Dennis Schroder scored 24 points for Oklahoma City, which came in having won five of its previous six. Russell Westbrook had 20 points and four steals but did not appear as eager as usual to shoot, hitting eight of 16 shots. Steven Adams also scored 20.

Indiana 113, Milwaukee 97: Thaddeus Young had 25 points, 11 rebounds and four assists, and Myles Turner added 23 points to lead the Pacers to their fifth straight win. Eric Bledsoe scored 26 points and Malcolm Brogdon finished with 15 to lead Milwaukee. Giannis Antetokounmpo had a season-low 12 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dealt out seven assists.

Memphis 92, Portland 83: Mike Conley scored 23 points and added six assists and six rebounds to lead the Grizzlies over the Trail Blazers in Memphis. CJ McCollum scored 40 points for the Trail Blazers, hitting 16 of 27 shots. Damian Lillard was held to 14 points on 4-for-18 shooting.

Charlotte 108, Detroit 107: Jeremy Lamb hit a 22-foot jumper from the right wing with 0.3 seconds left, and the Hornets rallied from a late 10-point deficit for a wild win over the Pistons in Charlotte. Kemba Walker finished with 31 points, nine assists and eight rebounds for the Hornets.

Brooklyn 127, Philadelphia 124: Spencer Dinwiddie scored 39 points off the bench and Allen Crabbe had 20 to lead the Nets to a victory over the 76ers in Philadelphia. Joel Embiid had 33 points and 17 rebounds and Ben Simmons scored 22 for Philadelphia, which played without Jimmy Butler because of a strained groin.

Utah 111, Miami 84: Donovan Mitchell scored 21 points and Derrick Favors had 17 to help the Jazz romp over the Heat in Salt Lake City.

Dallas 114, Atlanta 107: Harrison Barnes scored 25 points, Luka Doncic added 24 and the Mavericks extended their home winning streak to 11 games and ended a 10-game skid against Atlanta.