Keith Van Horn scored 24 points, Brian Skinner and Allen Iverson had 20 each, and the Philadelphia 76ers never trailed in a 108-81 rout of the Bucks last night in Milwaukee.

The 76ers, who lost their last three at home, won their fourth straight on the road and handed the Bucks only their second loss in 10 games.

Skinner dominated inside, scoring eight points in the first 7 minutes 33 seconds on the way to a season high for points. He also grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds.

"He was phenomenal," Philadelphia Coach Larry Brown said. "I've had his minutes pretty spotty lately and I'm going to try to get him more consistent playing time . . . and he's playing on a bad ankle."

* JAZZ 102, KINGS 92: Karl Malone had 29 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists just hours after being left off the all-star team, and visiting Utah snapped a seven-game losing streak to Sacramento.

Utah Coach Jerry Sloan pushed official Courtney Kirkland in the chest and was ejected in the first quarter. The Kings also lost leading scorer Chris Webber to an ankle injury.

* TRAIL BLAZERS 98, NUGGETS 92: Derek Anderson scored 24 points, and Arvydas Sabonis had 12 points and nine rebounds as host Portland rallied to win its fifth straight.

Scottie Pippen had 13 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists for the Trail Blazers, who had lost three in a row to Denver since last season.

* PISTONS 86, CELTICS 83: Corliss Williamson scored 10 fourth-quarter points, including the go-ahead free throws with 33 seconds left, as Detroit won in Auburn Hills, Mich.

Paul Pierce, selected as an all-star reserve earlier in the day, had 30 points for the Celtics in the first meeting between the teams since Boston beat Detroit in five games in the second round of last year's playoffs.

The Celtics were without their other all-star, forward Antoine Walker, who sat out with a sprained right knee.

* KNICKS 103, HAWKS 98: Latrell Sprewell scored 20 points and made four of host New York's 10 three-pointers and Allan Houston scored 24 points for the Knicks.

* SUPERSONICS 91, WARRIORS 88: Gary Payton's three-pointer with 4.2 seconds left gave host Seattle its 14th straight win over Golden State. Gilbert Arenas missed a jumper with one second left for the Warriors.