In Indianapolis, Johnny Davis scored 34 points and Louis Orr had 23 to lead Indiana to its best offensive showing of the season.

Davis had 18 points in the second half, scoring at key moments to keep Indiana ahead as the Knicks came back from a 66-53 halftime deficit.

Indiana held a nine-point advantage after three quarters, 91-82, but New York narrowed the gap to six, 116-110, with 2 1/2 minutes remaining.

Don Buse added 19 points for Indiana while Clem Johnson had 18. Maurice Lucas led New York with 22 points.

Hawks 94, Cavaliers 92: John Drew, Eddie Johnson and Dan Roundfield each scored in overtime to lead Atlanta at home.

The victory was Atlanta's fourth in a row. The Cavaliers suffered their eighth loss in 12 games.

Cleveland had an opportunity to win the game in regulation, but center James Edwards missed a five-foot jump shot with one second remaining.

Bucks 103, Pistons 95: Bob Lanier scored 14 of his season-high 24 points in the second half to lead the Bucks in Milwaukee.

Detroit was led by John Long with 21 points. Piston rookie Isiah Thomas, who has been averaging 21.8 points a game, missed 10 of his first 12 shots and was held to 15 points.

Lanier scored 10 points in the first 4 1/2 minutes of the second half to help the Bucks expand a 44-40 halftime lead to 62-48.

Nets 102, Rockets 84: Otis Birdsong scored 21 points as New Jersey won in Houston.

The win snapped the Nets' three-game losing streak and broke an 11-game losing streak on the road that dated to March 13.

Houston scoring was led by Moses Malone with 24 points, followed by Robert Reid with 17 and former Bullet Elvin Hayes with 12. Malone led all rebounders with 13.

Buck Williams had 16 points for the Nets.

New Jersey's defense held the Rockets to their lowest point production of the year. The Rockets hit 43 percent from the field and missed 13 of 31 free throws.

Bulls 109, Clippers 102: In San Diego, guard Reggie Theus scored 25 points and Artis Gilmore had 12 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter as the Bulls beat the slumping Clippers.

Chicago led by as many as 14 points in the third quarter before the Clippers, who have lost five straight games, outscored the Bulls 26-6 in the last seven minutes of the period to take a 78-72 advantage entering the final 12 minutes.

But the Bulls took command midway through the fourth quarter