OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook had 33 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds for his 32nd triple-double of the season, leading the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 112-104 victory over the Utah Jazz on Saturday.

Westbrook broke a tie with Wilt Chamberlain (1967-68) for the second-most triple-doubles in a season. Oscar Robertson set the record of 41 in 1961-62.

Victor Oladipo added 22 points to help the Thunder win for the third time in four regular-season meetings with the Jazz.

Utah was without center Rudy Gobert and forward Derrick Favors because of leg soreness, and Gordon Hayward played only 21 minutes, finishing with nine points – 13 below his average.

The Thunder opened the second half with a 14-5 run to take a 23-point lead. Westbrook had four assists during the spurt.

CAVALIERS 116, MAGIC 104: LeBron James had 24 points, 13 assists and 12 rebounds, and the Cleveland stopped a three-game losing streak with a victory at Orlando, Florida.

Kyrie Irving scored 22 points and Tristan Thompson added 14 points and 13 rebounds for the Eastern Conference-leading Cavaliers, who had dropped four of five.

HEAT 104, RAPTORS 89: Dion Waiters scored 20 points, Tyler Johnson added 16 and host Miami improved to 21-4 in its last 25 games.

Goran Dragic scored 15 and Hassan Whiteside added 12 points and 14 rebounds for the Heat.

CLIPPERS 112, 76ERS 100: Chris Paul scored 30 points and DeAndre Jordan had 19 points and 20 rebounds, helping host Los Angeles to its fourth win in five games.

Paul also had seven assists, and Blake Griffin added 15 points and 10 rebounds.

The Clippers trailed 79-75 after three quarters but opened the final period with a 10-0 run.

PISTONS 112, KNICKS 92: Tobias Harris scored 23 of his 28 points in the first half, leading Detroit at home.

The Pistons have had issues with slow starts lately, but raced to an 18-point lead in the first quarter against New York. Harris had 11 points in the quarter.

The Pistons are 12-6 since the start of February, and they’ve boosted their postseason hopes in the process.

PELICANS 125, HORNETS 122: Anthony Davis had 46 points and 21 rebounds, and New Orleans won in overtime in Charlotte, North Carolina, with DeMarcus Cousins sitting on the bench during crunch time after picking up his fifth foul early in the fourth quarter.


SPURS: Forward LaMarcus Aldridge will be out indefinitely because of a minor heart arrhythmia, the latest occurrence of heart issues for the five-time All-Star.

Aldridge will have further tests before the Spurs can determine just how long he will be out, the team announced on Saturday.

Aldridge has had heart issues in the past and was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome – an abnormality that can cause a rapid heartbeat – as a rookie in 2007.