Shai Gilgeous-Alexander has scored 38 points and Oklahoma City defeated Golden State 138-136 in a thrilling NBA overtime win.
Jalen Williams had 28 points and Chet Holmgren added 21 for the Thunder, who beat the Warriors for the third straight time this season on Friday (Saturday AEDT).
Stephen Curry scored 10 of his 34 points in OT, Klay Thompson scored 22 points and Draymond Green added 12 points and 13 assists for Golden State before fouling out.
OKC shot 52 per cent overall, despite making just five of 29 from three-point range. The Thunder scored 35 points off 29 turnovers by the Warriors, who led 62-56 at halftime behind 13 points from Thompson and 12 from Andrew Wiggins.
"We're good enough to win a championship," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
"But if we are just going to turn it over and throw the ball to the other team and foul over and over, then we're going to lose."
Australian Josh Giddey contributed nine points, nine rebounds and four assists.
There were three more Boomers on show in Portland, where Dallas won 125-112.
Dante Exum had a season-high 23 points, plus six boards and seven assists for the Mavericks, while Duop Reath scored 10 and Matisse Thybulle nine for the Trail Blazers.
Dallas superstar Luka Doncic led all scorers with 32, and added six rebounds and 10 assists.
In Philadelphia, Joel Embiid shook off an injury scare to post 38 points and 14 rebounds to help the 76ers hold off the Atlanta Hawks 125-114.
Franz Wagner had 27 points as the Orlando Magic defeated Detroit 123-91, inflicting a 19th straight loss on the Pistons.
Detroit are 2-20, with the losing streak the longest in one season in franchise history and second-longest overall behind a 21-game slide at the end of the 1979-80 season and start of 1980-81.
San Antonio's winless run has reached 16 after they were beaten 121-112 by Chicago.
Colby White had 24 points for the Bulls, while Victor Wembanyama registered 21 points and 20 rebounds for the Spurs (3-18).
Mikal Bridges scored 21 points for the Brooklyn Nets, who were still without Australian star Ben Simmons, in a 124-97 rout of the Washington Wizards.
Derrick White scored 30 points and Kristaps Porzingis had 21 to help Boston beat New York 133-123.
Jayson Tatum added 25 points, six rebounds and five assists to help the Celtics (16-5) improve to 10-0 at home.
Donovan Mitchell had 27 points and 13 rebounds, while Darius Garland shook off early foul trouble to score 18 points as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Miami Heat 111-99.
Other winners were Houston, Charlotte, Sacramento and the Los Angeles Clippers.
Australian Associated Press