Philadelphia 119 def Phoenix 114
Philadelphia overturned a slow start to record a five-point win over Phoenix at home on Tuesday.
The Sixers are now 9-0 at home, and remain the only team undefeated on their home floor this season.
Ben Simmons impressed once again, and ended up one assist shy of a triple-double.
Simmons played 32 minutes and was a healthy 9-13 from the field, recording 19 points, 11 rebounds, nine assists and one steal.
Joel Embiid led the way with 33 points and 17 rebounds, while Jimmy Butler finished with 16 points.
Indiana 121 def Utah 94
The Jazz were blown away from start to finish during their 27-point loss to the Pacers, with Australians Joe Ingles and Dante Exum both struggling to have an impact on the game.
Ingles started and played 28 minutes, but only went 1-5 from deep and 2-7 overall, finishing with five points, five assists and one rebound.
Dante Exum played 18 minutes off the bench, and could only muster four points, five assists and two rebounds.
Ricky Rubio top scored with 28 points for the Jazz, while Bogdan Bogdanovic led the way with 21 points for the hosts.
New Orleans 140 def San Antonio 126
The Spurs were outscored by 20 points over the second and third quarters as they failed to make an early lead count against the Pelicans on Tuesday.
DeMar DeRozan had 21 points and Bryn Forbes finished with 20 for the Spurs, while Anthony Davis led all scorers for the game with 29 points and nine rebounds.
Australian Patty Mills finished with two points and two steals in 13 minutes.
Charlotte 117 def Boston 112
Australian Aron Baynes started for the Celtics on Tuesday but could only manage seven minutes as the Celtics lost to Charlotte.
Baynes was thrust into the starting line-up in place of Gordon Hayward, but Brad Stevens still used the Aussie sparingly.
Baynes finished with two points, two rebounds and one block, as Kemba Walker put on another show for the Hornets with 43 points in their win.
Milwaukee 104 def Denver 98 / Memphis 98 def Dallas 88
Bucks big man Thon Maker could only manage four minutes off the bench and didn't register a stat.
Ryan Broekhoff played one minute, and like Maker didn't trouble the statisticians.