TORONTO — DeMar DeRozan scored 25 points, Norman Powell added 19 and the Toronto Raptors beat Dallas 100-78 on Monday night, their third straight victory over the Mavericks.

Jonas Valanciunas had 14 points and 12 rebounds as the Raptors beat Dallas for the sixth time in their last eight meetings. Toronto swept the season series last year.

Harrison Barnes had 18 points and Dirk Nowitzki scored 17 for Dallas, which lost starting forward Wesley Matthews to a strained right calf. Matthews, who was averaging 14.7 points coming into the game, was removed with 1:07 to play in the first half and did not return.

SPURS 107, HAWKS 99: Kawhi Leonard scored 31 points in his return from a concussion and host San Antonio tied Golden State for the NBA’s best record with a victory over Atlanta.

San Antonio made a season-high 16 3-pointers in its 19th straight home victory over Atlanta. The Spurs and Warriors are 52-14 with 16 games remaining, including the final regular-season matchup between them on March 29.

BULLS 115, HORNETS 109: Nikola Mirotic scored 24 points, Rajon Rondo had a season-high 20 in his return to the starting lineup and Chicago won in Charlotte, North Carolina, to snap a season-high, five-game losing streak.

Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler each had 23 points for the Bulls.

TIMBERWOLVES 119, WIZARDS 104: Karl-Anthony Towns had 39 points and 13 rebounds, Ricky Rubio scored 22 points and broke his own franchise record with 19 assists, and host Minnesota beat Washington.

GRIZZLIES 113, BUCKS 93: Vince Carter made all eight of his shots, including six from beyond the arc, to score a season-high 24 points and lead Memphis past Milwaukee in Memphis, Tennessee.


WARRIORS: Forward Andre Iguodala was fined $10,000 by the NBA for what the league called “inappropriate comments” following the team’s weekend loss at Minnesota.

Iguodala acknowledged he put his team in a tough spot when he told reporters “I do what master say” upon finding out that he would be resting the next night at San Antonio, along with Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson.

CAVALIERS: Larry Sanders, who left the league two years ago after five seasons with Milwaukee, signed with struggling Cleveland.

The 6-foot-11 shot blocker brings some needed frontcourt depth to the struggling NBA champions, who are just 2-5 in March and have been giving up way too many easy baskets.

The Cavs have been in the market for a big man since Andrew Bogut broke his left leg just 58 seconds into his debut with Cleveland last week. As expected, the Cavs waived Bogut.