A fight broke out at the end of the Portland-Golden State game Friday night after Rasheed Wallace hit a game-winning jumper at the final buzzer for a 113-111 victory in Oakland, Calif.
Portland's Bonzi Wells and Golden State's Chris Mills were fighting for position on the shot and were still tied up after the ball went through. As the two started pushing each other, the Warriors' Troy Murphy entered the fray the ball and threw punches. Golden State coach Eric Musselman rushed the court and shoved Wells.
Ruben Patterson and Murphy then began fighting as both teams were pushing each other around and officials tried to break it up.
Police officers ran up into the stands as fans started yelling and rushing the court and threw things at players.
Wallace scored his team's final six points, including two free throws with 1 minute 14 seconds left and a basket with 37.6 seconds remaining that tied it.
The Blazers won their season-high fourth straight and snapped Golden State's three-game home winning streak.
Gilbert Arenas and Jason Richardson scored 23 points each to lead the Warriors, but Richardson was held scoreless in the second half. Antawn Jamison added 21 points.
* JAZZ 93, MAVERICKS 81: Matt Harpring scored 19 points and Calbert Cheaney had a season-high 18 to help Utah handed Dallas its first home loss of the season.
Karl Malone had 16 points and 12 rebounds, and Greg Ostertag added a season-best 16 points to help the Jazz end the Mavericks' club-record 12-game home streak.
Dallas was the league's last unbeaten team at home. Coach Don Nelson and his top assistant, son Donnie, were ejected in the second half.
Dirk Nowitzki had 28 points and 17 rebounds, and Steve Nash added 25 for the Mavericks, who have the league's best record at 22-4.
* 76ERS 107, LAKERS 104: Allen Iverson scored 32 points and Keith Van Horn added 20 along with 11 rebounds to help Philadelphia win at home in overtime.
Iverson missed two free throws with 5.3 seconds left in overtime, but Robert Horry's pass to an open, driving Rick Fox bounced off Fox's hands. Derrick Coleman (18 points) then made two free throws to wrap up the victory.
* ROCKETS 101, HAWKS 82: In Houston, Glen Rice, Cuttino Mobley and Yao Ming led a third-quarter turnaround as the Rockets posted their highest-scoring period of the season.
* PACERS 101, BULLS 86: Brad Miller had 26 points and 14 rebounds, Ron Mercer added 16 points and Ron Artest 12 as the trio of former Bulls helped lead host Indiana past Chicago in the first meeting between the teams since last season's seven-player trade.
Two days before last season's trade deadline, the Pacers dealt Jalen Rose, Travis Best, Norm Richardson and a second-round draft pick for Miller, Artest, Mercer and Kevin Ollie.
* CELTICS 108, TIMBERWOLVES 99: In Boston, Paul Pierce scored 42 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to spark the Celtics.
Kevin Garnett led Minnesota with 27 points.
* HORNETS 88, SUPERSONICS 86: Robert Traylor tipped in Baron Davis's miss just before the final buzzer to give New Orleans a road win in overtime.
Jamal Mashburn scored five of his game-high 30 points in overtime for New Orleans.
* HEAT 97, RAPTORS 77: In Toronto, rookie Caron Butler scored a career-high 25 points for Miami. The Raptors were without leading scorer Vince Carter and leading rebounder Antonio Davis.
* PISTONS 109, CAVALIERS 107: Corliss Williamson scored four of his 19 points in the final minute of overtime to help host Detroit overcome 42 points Ricky Davis.
* GRIZZLIES 95, BUCKS 84: Wesley Person scored 23 points, including 12 straight in the fourth quarter, as Memphis rallied at home.
* MAGIC 89, NUGGETS 80: In Denver, Pat Garrity and Shawn Kemp scored 17 points each, enabling Orlando to overcame the absence of NBA scoring leader Tracy McGrady.
* SUNS 87, CLIPPERS 76: Shawn Marion had 20 points and 12 rebounds as visiting Phoenix built a 22-point lead in the third quarter and held on.