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"All I thought about was just going out there and competing," Iverson said. "I didn't think about being tired."

Iverson was quick enough off the dribble to consistently draw fouls, and he finished the game by scoring 16 of Philadelphia's 24 fourth-quarter points. It was his ninth 40-point game of the season, extending his franchise record.


New Jersey's Vince Carter squares up over Jalen Rose. Carter was 15 for 26 shooting with 9 rebounds and 4 assists. Raptors fans were unimpressed. (Peter Jones -- Reuters)

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PISTONS 99, BUCKS 73: Tayshaun Prince scored 17 points, and Ben Wallace added 15 points and 11 rebounds as host Detroit won for the ninth straight time.

The Pistons, already locked into the Eastern Conference's second seed, extended their longest winning streak of the season.

Milwaukee, which has lost 13 straight on the road, lost leading scorer Michael Redd early in the third quarter to a sore left Achilles' tendon.

NUGGETS 111, GRIZZLIES 102: In Denver, Nene took over late and finished with 14 points and 15 rebounds to help the Nuggets to their 10th straight win.

The victory helped Denver (48-31) match the third-longest winning streak in franchise history.

SUNS 98, CLIPPERS 91: Amare Stoudemire had 24 points and 17 rebounds -- nine of them on the offensive end -- and host Phoenix earned the second 60-victory season in franchise history.

The Clippers led for most of the game but were held scoreless over the final 4 minutes 26 seconds.

Shawn Marion and Joe Johnson scored 20 points apiece for the Suns, who at 60-19 moved two games ahead of San Antonio for the best record in the NBA.

WARRIORS 108, TRAIL BLAZERS 88: Mike Dunleavy scored 20 points, Baron Davis added 19 and host Golden State snapped a three-game losing streak as Damon Stoudamire attempted an NBA-record 21 three-point shots.

Davis also had 11 assists, and Troy Murphy added 18 points and 12 rebounds as the Warriors improved to 16-10 since Davis's arrival in a trade.

SUPERSONICS 97, HORNETS 72: Ray Allen scored 32 points as Seattle snapped a six-game losing streak and clinched the Northwest Division title with a win at home. Immediately after the game ended, the Sonics unveiled the Northwest Division banner in the rafters of KeyArena.

KINGS 115, LAKERS 106: Mike Bibby led six players in double figures with 26 points as Sacramento won in Los Angeles for its fourth straight victory.

Luke Walton barely missed a triple-double with 10 points, 12 rebounds and 9 assists starting in place of Kobe Bryant, who missed the game to be with his wife, who had an ectopic pregnancy.


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