Forward Tom Gugliotta had a seizure on the team bus after the Phoenix Suns' game against the Trail Blazers in Portland, Ore., last night and was taken to a hospital. Gugliotta was to be kept there overnight for observation.

He was in serious condition, said a spokeswoman for Legacy Emanuel Hospital. She gave no further details, saying doctors are "evaluating him."

Gugliotta finished with 17 points and 14 rebounds in the Suns' 110-102 victory.

Jason Kidd got his first triple-double of the season with 32 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists, and the Suns used a 36-point third quarter to defeat the Trail Blazers.

Clifford Robinson scored 14 of his 23 points in the third period and hit all four three-point attempts as the Suns won their second straight game since Scott Skiles took over for Danny Ainge as coach on Monday.

Kidd has 27 career triple-doubles.

"That's as good a game as I've seen from a point guard," Skiles said of Kidd.

HORNETS 99, CAVALIERS 86: Eddie Jones helped host Charlotte win its seventh straight by nearly outscoring Cleveland in the third quarter.

Jones had 14 of his 17 points in the third quarter, when the Hornets outscored the Cavaliers 29-15.

"It was just a matter of asserting ourselves," Jones said. "We knew that if we played hard and kept the pressure on them, good things would happen."

LAKERS 97, TIMBERWOLVES 88: Shaquille O'Neal delivered on his pledge not to have back-to-back bad nights. All he needed was an average one, by his standards.

O'Neal, who managed only nine points in a victory in Atlanta on Thursday night, had 24 in Los Angeles' victory over host Minnesota. Kobe Bryant's 28 points and 12 assists led the Lakers to their 12th victory in 13 games.

Kevin Garnett had 28 points and 21 rebounds for the Timberwolves, who lost their eighth straight.

PACERS 89, JAZZ 74: Reggie Miller scored 19 points for host Indiana, which snapped Utah's seven-game winning streak.

With the Pacers up by four, Miller and Perkins fueled an 18-4 run that made it 87-71 with two minutes left. Sam Perkins hit two of his five three-pointers, and Miller scored on a fast-break layup and a baseline drive.

76ERS 77, BULLS 74: In Philadelphia, Eric Snow's jumper with 15.3 seconds left broke a tie with Chicago. Allen Iverson (19 points) made one free throw to put Philadelphia ahead 77-74 with 7.9 seconds to go, and the Bulls' Kornel David then missed a three-pointer.

"Sometimes you're not as bad as you look," said 76ers Coach Larry Brown, whose team missed all eight three-point attempts. "But I'm pretty confident we were tonight."

SPURS 103, CELTICS 94: Tim Duncan scored 22 of his 30 points in the second half to help host San Antonio win its third in a row.

MAGIC 112, RAPTORS 98: Rookies Chucky Atkins and Corey Maggette each scored 16 points to pace Orlando past visiting Toronto.

CLIPPERS 92, WARRIORS 91: Lamar Odom's jumper with 11 seconds left won it for Los Angeles, which trailed visiting Golden State by seven with 1 minute 21 seconds left.