Harden cemented his return from injury with 22 points for the Rockets.
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The Houston Rockets ended the Golden State Warriors' 14-game road-winning streak Saturday, thwarting the NBA champions' comeback bid in an impressive 116-108 victory.Chris Paul scored 33 points and James Harden cemented his return from injury with 22 for the Rockets, who also saw Clint Capela, Luc Mbah a Moute and PJ Tucker score in double figures.Forward Kevin Durant led the Warriors with 26 points and Draymond Green added 21 points with seven rebounds and six assists.Paul George scored 36 points for the Thunder. Carmelo Anthony added 20 and Russell Westbrook produced 23 points, 20 assists and nine rebounds. The Miami Heat pulled within half a game of Cleveland for third place in the Eastern Conference, erasing a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to edge the Charlotte Hornets 106-105 .
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