New York's first win since Dec. 12 ended the longest single-season skid in franchise history. Langston Galloway had 21 points for the Knicks, who also ended a 12-game home losing streak. Their NBA-worst record improved to 6-36.
at Atlanta 93, Detroit 82: Mike Scott and Paul Millsap each scored 20 points, and the Hawks had 31 assists on 37 baskets in their 13th consecutive victory, one shy of the longest winning streak in franchise history. The Pistons were trying for their franchise-record eighth straight road win.
at Cleveland 108, Chicago 94: LeBron James scored 26 points and J.R. Smith had 20 as the Cavaliers won their third straight to at least temporarily turn down the heat on embattled first-year Coach David Blatt. The Bulls have lost four of five.
at Portland 98, Sacramento 94: Damian Lillard's tiebreaking basket with 1:20 to play put the Trail Blazers ahead to stay. Lillard scored 22 points for Portland, whose leading scorer, LaMarcus Aldridge, injured his left hand in the second quarter and didn't return.
at Houston 110, Indiana 98: James Harden scored 45 points, his season high and one shy of his career high. It was the 18th 30-point game and fourth with at least 40 this season for the NBA's leading scorer, who had 33 points in the second half, 18 in the third quarter.
at Golden State 122, Denver 79: Klay Thompson scored 22 points, Stephen Curry had 20 points and eight assists, and the Warriors matched a franchise record with their 16th consecutive home win while improving the NBA's best record to 33-6.
Toronto 92, at Milwaukee 89: Kyle Lowry scored 18 points, five teammates reached double figures and the Raptors overcame a zero-point night by their leading scorer DeMar DeRozan to win for only the third time in 10 games.
at Clippers 102, Boston 93
at Phoenix 115, Lakers 100