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NBA ROUNDUP: Nets snap Warriors' winning streak

by The Associated Press on January 09, 2014 10:00 AM

Joe Johnson scored 27 points in the Brooklyn Nets’ fourth straight victory, a 102-98 win Wednesday night that snapped the Golden State Warriors’ 10-game winning streak and prevented the first 7-0 road trip in NBA history.

Kevin Garnett scored 11 of his 13 points in the final quarter and stole Stephen Curry’s pass with the Warriors down three in the final half-minute.

Shaun Livingston made the tiebreaking free throw with 1:12 left, then Johnson made four in a row for just enough breathing room to allow the Nets to remain unbeaten in 2014.

Curry scored 34 points for the Warriors, who were bidding for a franchise-record 11th consecutive victory.

 

HAWKS 97, PACERS 87: Kyle Korver scored 17 points, Pero Antic added 16 and Atlanta raced to a big lead before holding off weary Indiana and beating the team with the NBA’s best record.

The Hawks extended Indiana’s misery at Philips Arena, where the Pacers (28-7) haven’t won since 2006.

Paul George led Indiana with 28 points.

 

CLIPPERS 111, CELTICS 105: Blake Griffin scored 29 points, Jamal Crawford added 26, and Los Angeles defeated Boston to improve to 16-3 at home.

Jared Dudley scored 18 points and Darren Collison had 15 points, six assists and five rebounds in place of the injured Chris Paul.

Los Angeles improved to 12-10 without Paul in the lineup since he arrived in 2011.

Jordan Crawford and Avery Bradley scored 24 points each in Boston’s sixth straight loss.

 

SUNS 104, T-WOLVES 103: Goran Dragic had 26 points, nine assists and six rebounds and Gerald Green’s baseline jumper with 3.9 seconds left to help Phoenix stun Minnesota.

The Suns (21-13) trailed by six points with just over 90 seconds to play, but closed the game on a 7-0 run for maybe their most improbable win yet.

Channing Frye scored 22 points and hit five 3-pointers, and Green finished with 14 points for Phoenix.

 

SPURS 112, MAVERICKS 90: Tony Parker scored 25 points, Tim Duncan had 16 points and 13 rebounds, and San Antonio never trailed in cruising past Dallas.

Marco Belinelli had 17 points, Kawhi Leonard added 12 points and Patty Mills scored 11 for San Antonio (28-8), which recaptured the Western Conference’s best record ahead of Oklahoma City (27-8).

 

ROCKETS 113, LAKERS 99: James Harden tied a season high with 38 points and Dwight Howard added 20 points and 13 rebounds to propel Houston past Los Angeles.

Howard got his first win against his former team as the Rockets used a big third-quarter run to take the lead and send the injury-riddled Lakers to their third straight loss.

Nick Young scored 25 points to lead Los Angeles, and Pau Gasol and Jodie Meeks scored 21 each.

 

TRAIL BLAZERS 110, MAGIC 94: Nicolas Batum had 14 points, 10 rebounds and a career-high 14 assists for his fourth career triple-double and Portland handed Orlando its fifth straight loss.

The Blazers, who came in having lost four of their last six, avoided a season-high three-game losing streak.

Arron Afflalo had 22 points for the Magic.

 

WIZARDS 102, PELICANS 96: Trevor Ariza scored 21 points, John Wall added 20 and Washington beat New Orleans to win for the sixth time in its last seven road games.

Bradley Beal added 17 points, Jan Vesely 12 and Marcin Gortat and Nene 11 each for the Wizards, who recorded their second road win in as many nights.

Eric Gordon scored 23 points and Anthony Davis 21 for the Pelicans.

 

RAPTORS 112, PISTONS 91: Kyle Lowry had 21 points and nine assists, Jonas Valanciunas had 16 points and 11 rebounds, and Toronto handed slumping Detroit its sixth consecutive loss.

DeMar DeRozan shook off a slow start to finish with 19 points and Terrence Ross had 17 for the Raptors.

Amir Johnson had 10 points and 11 rebounds for Toronto.

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