NBA highlights: Warriors beats Trail Blazers

Highlights of Saturday's NBA games.

Stephen Curry scored 34 points for Golden State Warriors.   -  AP

Warriors 119, Trail Blazers 113

Stephen Curry scored 14 of his 34 points in the fourth quarter and Golden State Warriors rallied from a 16-point third-quarter deficit to beat Portland Trail Blazers 119-113 on Saturday night at Moda Center.

Klay Thompson added 24 points for Warriors, which seized a 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven first-round play-off series.

Raptors 87, Bucks 76

DeMar DeRozan shook off his dismal Game Three performance and scored 33 points as Toronto evened its Eastern Conference first-round series with Milwaukee at two wins apiece.

DeRozan missed all eight of his field goal attempts and scored just eight points in Toronto's 27-point Game Three loss but scored 21 points in the first half on Saturday and made 12-of-22 shots.

The series continues on Monday in Toronto with Game Six set for Thursday in Milwaukee.

Grizzlies 110, Spurs 108 (overtime)

Marc Gasol's floating jump shot over LaMarcus Aldridge with 0.7 seconds left in overtime gave Memphis Grizzlies a 110-108 victory over San Antonio Spurs on Saturday at FedExForum to even its first-round Western Conference play-off series 2-2.

Memphis won despite a play-off career-high 43 points for San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard. Mike Conley led Grizzlies with 35 points and had nine rebounds and eight assists. Leonard added eight rebounds, six steals and three assists to his stat line.

Hawks 116, Wizards 98

Paul Millsap had 29 points and 14 rebounds for his second straight double-double and Atlanta led wire-to-wire in beating Washington in Game 3 of its Eastern Conference playoff series.

Millsap was 12 of 20 from the field and had five assists. His only problem was at the line, where he was 5 of 9. Hawks, which trails in the series 2-1, also got 27 points from Dennis Schroder, 20 of those in the first half, with nine assists.

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