The San Antonio Spurs made it two wins from two NBA games after defeating the Sacramento Kings 102-94.
After upstaging the Golden State Warriors on the road, the Spurs continued their winning start in Sacramento on Thursday.
Kawhi Leonard produced another impressive display for the Spurs.
Dwyane Wade made his debut for the Chicago Bulls, who overcame the Boston Celtics 105-99.
The Atlanta Hawks soared over the Washington Wizards and the Los Angeles Clippers proved too strong for the Portland Trail Blazers.
LEONARD LEADS SPURS… AGAIN!
If 35 points against last season's runners-up was not enough on Tuesday, Leonard got himself into double-digits again.
Leonard posted 30 points and five assists as the Spurs preserved their 100 per cent record.
LaMarcus Aldridge added 16 points of his own, while Dewayne Dedmon and David Lee were also in double-digits.
WADE STARS ON DEBUT
Back home in Chicago after swapping the Miami Heat for the Bulls, Wade lived up to the hype.
The three-time NBA champion had 22 points, six rebounds and five assists to sink the Bulls.
Jimmy Butler top-scored with 24 points.
WADE REVELS IN CHICAGO RETURN
CLIPPERS WIN OPENER, HAWKS FLY
Playing for the first time this season, the Clippers defeated the Trail Blazers 114-106.
The Hawks, meanwhile, were 114-94 winners over the Wizards on the back of Paul Millsap's 28 points.
WARRIORS LOOKING TO BOUNCE BACK
After losing their season opener, the Warriors - led by Steph Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson - are at the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday. LeBron James and reigning champions the Cleveland Cavaliers face the Toronto Raptors.