Kyrie Irving and James Harden dominated for the Nets, while Russell Westbrook and Bradley Beal's chemistry continued.
The Brooklyn Nets stayed hot behind James Harden, while Denver Nuggets star Nikola Jokic went off on Tuesday.
The Wizards have rallied from 6-17 to produce an impressive run of results, delighting former NBA MVP Russell Westbrook.
Amid calls for him to take a breather, LeBron James reiterated he was not wired that way despite his advancing years.
The Jazz powered to a franchise-record 28 threes against the Hornets, and Bradley Beal led the Wizards past the Lakers in an OT thriller.
Jimmy Butler's Miami Heat claimed a narrow win over the slumping the Los Angeles Lakers as Terry Rozier proved clutch at the death.
Joel Embiid's comeback inspired the slumping Philadelphia 76ers, while the Utah Jazz won again.
Jordan Clarkson sank eight three-pointers to leave Philadelphia 76ers All-Star Ben Simmons on the losing end despite a 42-point haul.
Nikola Jokic inspired the Denver Nuggets, who ended the Los Angeles Lakers' winning streak.
After the Boston Celtics' 10th loss in 15 games, Kemba Walker remained upbeat they would turn their form around.