Jarrett Jack made a tiebreaking jumper with 1.1 seconds left Monday night, and the Brooklyn Nets overcame Stephen Curry's stirring fourth-quarter comeback attempt to beat the Golden State Warriors, 110-108, in New York.
Curry brought the Warriors back from 10 points down with under four minutes left to tie it, but couldn't get a final shot off after Jack's jumper.
Curry finished with 26 points, 18 in the final period. Jack, however, calmly ran the clock down and shot over him as the Nets won in their first home game since Feb. 6.
Brook Lopez had 26 points and Deron Williams 22 for the Nets.
Andrew Bogut scored 16 for Golden State, but Klay Thompson had only seven points, missing 14 of 17 shots, including eight of nine three-point attempts.
Alan Anderson scored 16 for the Nets, who had played eight in a row on the road since beating New York at Barclays Center on Feb. 6, a 24-day stretch between home games that ranked as the longest in franchise history.
Now the Warriors can't wait to get home, having ended their six-game trip and a stretch of 10 of 11 on the road.
at Miami 115, Phoenix 98: Tyler Johnson scored a career-high 26 points, Goran Dragic had 21 against his former team and the Heat beat the Suns in a game that included two third-quarter altercations. Hassan Whiteside finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds before getting ejected for Miami; Eric Bledsoe led the Suns with 20 points. It was an emotional night from the start, with Dragic facing the club that traded him to Miami last month amid hurt feelings on both sides. It got more emotional once the game began; there were five player technicals, three ejections and two flagrant fouls assessed in the third quarter alone. The Suns' Markieff Morris and Alex Len were the other players ejected. It took 42 minutes to complete the third quarter's 12 minutes of playing time.
at Dallas 102, New Orleans 93: Monta Ellis and Rajon Rondo combined for 39 points, Richard Jefferson scored seven of his season-high 16 points during a 16-0 run in the third quarter, and the Mavericks ended the Pelicans' five-game wins streak.
Toronto 114, at Philadelphia 103: DeMar DeRozan's season-high 35 points helped the Raptors end a five-game slide.
Clippers 110, at Minnesota 105