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Grizzlies 101, Nets 77
Marc Gasol had 20 points and nine rebounds and the Memphis built a 30-point lead in the second half en route to a victory over Brooklyn.
Gasol was 10 of 15 from the field, all of his points coming in the first half, as Memphis, which had seven players in double figures, won for the fourth time in the past five games.
Mike Conley made six of seven shots, including 2 of 3 outside the arc, for 14 points, while Zach Randolph had 12 points and matched Gasol's nine rebounds.
Rudy Gay, Jerryd Bayless and Tony Wroten scored 11 apiece, while Chris Johnson, on a 10-day contract with Memphis, had 10 points.
Brook Lopez led the Nets with 18 points, while Deron Williams scored 12, adding six assists. Joe Johnson and Reggie Evans scored 11 points each, with Evans grabbing 10 rebounds.
Heat 110, Pistons 88
Dwyane Wade scored 29 points and sparked a pivotal run to help Miami earn its fourth victory in a row.
LeBron James had 23 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for the Heat, who shot 56 percent. Over the past two seasons, they're 34-2 when shooting at least 50 percent.
Greg Monroe scored 31 points for Detroit.
Spurs 113, Mavericks 107
Tony Parker returned from a cut above the same eye he injured in a nightclub incident last summer and scored 23 points to lead San Antonio.
Parker missed about a quarter in the first half when he took three stitches above his left eye after a collision with Elton Brand on a drive. He nearly lost the eye in June when shards of glass embedded in his cornea after he got caught in a bottle-throwing melee in New York.
Tim Duncan stayed home with a sore right knee, but DeJuan Blair made up for his absence by scoring a season-high 22 points.
Rodrigue Beaubois led the Mavericks with a season-high 19 points.
Bulls 103, Warriors 87
Kirk Hinrich scored a season-high 25 points, hitting six of seven three-pointers in Chicago's win.
Nate Robinson added 22 points off the bench in the Bulls' third straight victory.
David Lee, the Warriors' All-Star selection, scored 23 points. Stephen Curry added 21 for Golden State.
Cavaliers 113, Bucks 108
Kyrie Irving scored 35 points and Cleveland Cavaliers from a 20-point deficit in the third quarter to defeat Milwaukee.
Irving scored 16 points in the third quarter to help Cleveland get back in the game. He added eight points down the stretch as the Cavaliers posted back-to-back wins for only the second time this season.
Cleveland, which trailed 79-59 midway through the third quarter, took a 96-95 lead on a 3-pointer by newly acquired Wayne Ellington with 6:31 to play. The basket was his first since joining the Cavaliers from Minnesota on Tuesday, and it gave Cleveland the lead for good.
Rockets 100, Hornets 82
First-time All-Star James Harden had 30 points and Houston broke out of its worst slump of the season by beating New Orleans.
Harden scored 10 points and Patrick Patterson had six during a 16-2 run early in the third quarter as Houston took control.
Wizards 114, Timberwolves 101
John Wall had 14 points and five assists in his first start of the season, and no-longer-last Washington finally hit double digits in wins.