Welcome back to another night of NBA action. After a wild and crazy morning full of Anthony Davis news, there was a full night of basketball to be played. 

To start us off, the Warriors kept up their strong run of form by cruising past the Pacers for their 11th straight win. Steph Curry led the way with 26 points. 

Then, despite playing without Kyrie Irving, the Celtics took down the Nets to snap their six-game winning streak. 

Later on, the pesky Hawks dealt a serious blow to a Clippers team fighting for a Western Conference playoff spot by beating them on their home court.

Here's everything you need to know about Monday night's NBA action, along with Tuesday's schedule.

NBA scores for Monday, Jan. 28

NBA schedule for Tuesday, Jan. 29

*All times Eastern

Trae with the dagger

The Clippers were making a bid for a late comeback victory over the Hawks in Los Angeles, but rookie Trae Young wasn't having it. He pulled up from way downtown to knock down a cold-blooded 3-pointer to put the game out of reach with less than a minute to play. Young led the team with 26 points and eight assists on the night.

Cousins has season-high in Warriors' 11th straight win

The Warriors had no trouble with the Victor Oladipo-less Pacers on Monday night, even in Indianapolis. They got up by 18 points after the first quarter and cruised from there, winning by 32. DeMarcus Cousins had his best game in the process, finishing with 22 points, six rebounds and four assists.

Smart goes behind-the-back

Marcus Smart and Terry Rozier needed to step up for the Celtics with Kyrie Irving out, and they did just that. Especially on this play, when Smart threw a nifty behind-the-back feed to Terry Rozier for a bucket.

Harris hits the circus shot

Gary Harris scored one of the stranger baskets you'll ever see on Monday against the Grizzlies. After he was fouled, he flipped the ball up over his head while falling down, and got it to go.

Thompson rocks the rim

Klay Thompson had a four-dunk game the other night, and apparently that's turned him into a dunking machine. Check out this huge slam against the Pacers and stick around for Stephen Curry's reaction. 

Curry gets crafty with the dribble

Steph Curry has one of the best handles in the league, as he showed early on against the Pacers. Using a sweet behind-the-back move, he split the trap and got inside for a floater.

Oladipo sends message to Pacers fans

Victor Oladipo is out for the season, but Indianapolis is still behind him; everyone at the Pacers game got special Oladipo shirts on Monday night. And Oladipo sent a special message to the arena to thank his fans for their support. 

Warriors try to extend winning streak to 11 games

For all of the drama and injuries and minor struggles the Warriors had at the beginning of the season, everything sure seems fine now. DeMarcus Cousins is back on the court and looking pretty good, and they've won 10 games in a row to open up a game and a half lead atop the Western Conference standings. On Monday night, they'll head to Indiana to try and extend that winning streak to 11 games, and they'll face a Pacers team that is without Victor Oladipo for the remainder of the season.