The Los Angeles Lakers bounced back to winning ways in the NBA, while Trae Young led the Atlanta Hawks to victory on Tuesday.
Coming off a loss to the Toronto Raptors, the Lakers responded by beating the Phoenix Suns 123-115.
Anthony Davis (24 points and 12 rebounds) and LeBron James (19 points and 11 assists) had double-doubles for the Lakers (8-2).
The Lakers is top of the Western Conference ahead of two teams on four-game winning streaks – the Utah Jazz and Houston Rockets.
Young, 21, starred to help the Hawks past the Denver Nuggets 125-121.
The guard had 42 points – going eight-of-13 from three-point range – and 11 assists to continue his brilliant start to the season.
Embiid lifts 76ers as Butler shines
Joel Embiid had a double-double of 27 points and 16 rebounds in the Philadelphia 76ers' 98-97 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Miami Heat was too strong for the Detroit Pistons 117-108 as Jimmy Butler contributed 20 points and 13 assists.
The Jazz continued its winning run, getting past the Brooklyn Nets 119-114 thanks to 30 points from Donovan Mitchell.
The Oklahoma City Thunder was thrashed by the Indiana Pacers 111-85.
Coby White set a Chicago Bulls record for most threes in a quarter by hitting seven in the fourth in a 120-102 win over the New York Knicks.
Indiana Pacers 111-85 Oklahoma City Thunder
Philadelphia 76ers 98-97 Cleveland Cavaliers
Miami Heat 117-108 Detroit Pistons
Chicago Bulls 120-102 New York Knicks
Atlanta Hawks 125-121 Denver Nuggets
Los Angeles Lakers 123-115 Phoenix Suns
Utah Jazz 119-114 Brooklyn Nets
Sacramento Kings 107-99 Portland Trail Blazers
Clippers at Rockets
All eyes will be on the Toyota Center as two contenders, the Houston Rockets (7-3) and Los Angeles Clippers (7-3), meet.