WASHINGTON — Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 37 points, making all of his season-high 17 free throws in a perfect night at the line for Milwaukee, and had 10 rebounds Saturday night to help the NBA-leading Bucks rout the Washington Wizards, 131-115.

Two games ahead of Toronto for the Eastern Conference lead, the Bucks have won three straight, 9 of 10 and 20 of 24.

Brook Lopez added 21 points and Khris Middleton had 20. Starting point guard Eric Bledsoe sat out to rest a sore left Achilles.

The Bucks were 24 of 24 from the foul line. They had a 17-2 run late in the second quarter, led by 23 at halftime and 32 early in third quarter. Antetokounmpo scored seven of the last 10 points in the second-quarter run, including a thunderous slam over Jeff Green that led to a three-point play.

CLIPPERS 111, PISTONS 101: Lou Williams scored 16 consecutive Los Angeles points during a torrid fourth-quarter stretch, and the Clippers rallied from a 25-point deficit at Detroit.

The Clippers trailed by 25 in the second quarter and were down 83-60 in the third before storming back to make it 89-89 in the fourth. It was 91-91 before Williams scored every Los Angeles point during a decisive run that put the Clippers up 107-96.

HORNETS 125, BULLS 118: Kemba Walker scored 15 of his 37 points in the fourth quarter, and Charlotte pulled away late for its fifth straight win at home.

Walker had 10 assists and finished 5 of 6 from the field in the fourth quarter, sparking an 18-4 run to hand the Bulls their fifth loss in six games.

MAGIC 102, NETS 89: Nikola Vucevic had 24 points and 12 rebounds, Evan Fournier added 16 points and Orlando won at home.

Aaron Gordon added 15 points for Orlando, which won its second straight. Jonathan Isaac had 10 points and 12 rebounds, and D.J. Augustin added 12 points and eight assists.

MAVERICKS 111, CAVALIERS 98: Rookie Luka Doncic matched his season high with 35 points, and Harrison Barnes scored 13 in the fourth quarter to lead Dallas at Cleveland.

Doncic added 11 rebounds and six assists and made a couple long 3-pointers.

PACERS 95, HEAT 88: Bojan Bogdanovic scored 31 points, Darren Collison added 20 and Indiana won at Miami.

Indiana ended a season-long four-game losing streak, which started in the game immediately following the one where Victor Oladipo left with a season-ending knee injury. The Pacers feasted on Miami turnovers, turning 24 of them into 31 points while seeing their 14 giveaways become only seven Heat points.