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Reggie Miller scored 29 points -- 14 on free throws -- for the Pacers. He had made a career-best 61 consecutive free throws before missing a technical in the third.

SUNS 106, NUGGETS 101: In Denver, Steve Nash scored 10 of his 25 points over the final seven minutes as Phoenix snapped the Nuggets' eight-game winning streak.

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Nash also had 11 assists as the Suns won for the fifth time in six games and took a half-game lead over San Antonio for the best record in the NBA.

Kenyon Martin had 21 points for Denver.

MAVERICKS 102, TIMBERWOLVES 93: Jason Terry scored 12 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter and handed out 12 assists to lead visiting Dallas.

Dirk Nowitzki added 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Mavericks. Kevin Garnett finished with 24 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists for Minnesota.

PISTONS 64, JAZZ 62: Richard Hamilton scored 15 points and Detroit overcame 0-for-15 shooting in the fourth quarter to win at home.

The Pistons made just six free throws in the final period, but Ben Wallace blocked a shot by Andrei Kirilenko (27 points) in the final seconds to secure the victory.

The teams combined for an NBA-record 18 points in the fourth quarter, beating the 19 points Miami and Toronto combined to score in the fourth quarter on Feb. 2, 2004. The teams' 126 total points rank as the sixth-lowest scoring game in NBA history.

NETS 98, MAGIC 82: Vince Carter scored 33 points and Jacque Vaughn added 22 to spark New Jersey on the road.

Jason Kidd added 14 points and 10 assists for the Nets. Grant Hill, who missed the three previous games because of a shin injury, and Hedo Turkoglu had 23 points apiece for Orlando.

SUPERSONICS 90, KNICKS 80: Rashard Lewis put Seattle ahead for good on a three-pointer with 2:41 left as New York's seven-game winning streak at home came to an end.

Lewis's three-pointer gave Seattle a 78-76 lead and started a 10-1 run that helped Seattle snap its longest losing streak of the season -- three games.

Lewis scored 23 points, Ray Allen had 17 and Reggie Lewis grabbed 16 rebounds for the SuperSonics.

Stephon Marbury and Tim Thomas had 20 points each for New York.

CLIPPERS 83, BULLS 78: In Los Angeles, Elton Brand scored six of his 20 points in the final 2 1/2 minutes and grabbed 11 rebounds to power the Clippers.

Eddy Curry had 19 points and eight rebounds for Chicago, which has lost nine of its last 10 games against the Clippers.


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