The Golden State Warriors closed in on the Chicago Bulls' record as the Houston Rockets claimed an important NBA win.
The Warriors improved to 67-7 thanks to a 102-94 victory against the Washington Wizards at Oracle Arena.
They closed in on the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' 72-win record as Stephen Curry (26 points) and Draymond Green (15 points and 16 rebounds) starred.
With the victory, they extended their regular-season home winning streak to 54 games.
The Rockets' fight for a play-off spot continued with a comeback 106-100 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
James Harden (27 points) led the response as the Rockets overcame a 20-point deficit against the Cavs, who were without LeBron James.
Kyrie Irving had a game-high 31 points but his team were unable to stop the Rockets, who are eighth in the Western Conference.
The Oklahoma City Thunder had their eight-game winning streak snapped after an 88-82 loss to the Detroit Pistons.
Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka were rested and the Thunder punished, with Andre Drummond (13 points and 15 rebounds) having another double-double.
Jimmy Butler made a jump shot with 3.7 seconds remaining as the Chicago Bulls ended a four-game losing run with a 98-96 victory over the Indiana Pacers.
The Orlando Magic thrashed the Brooklyn Nets 139-105 and the Charlotte Hornets crushed the lowly Philadelphia 76ers 100-85.