NBA roundup: Lowly Knicks shock defending champion Spurs, 104-100

Alexey Shved and rookie Langston Galloway team for 43 points as New York, NBA's worst team, beats San Antonio

Alexey Shved scored 21 points and made the key defensive play in overtime, and the New York Knicks surprised the San Antonio Spurs, 104-100, Tuesday night in New York.

Rookie Langston Galloway had a career-high 22 points for the Knicks, who held the Spurs to one basket in overtime to stun the defending NBA champions. The victory was only the 14th this season for New York, against 53 losses — still the worst record in the NBA.

Lou Amundson finished with 12 points and a career-high 17 rebounds for the Knicks while playing tough against Tim Duncan, who finished with 17 points and eight rebounds. Tony Parker scored 21 points and had the only basket in overtime for the Spurs (41-25), who dropped to seventh in the Western Conference with their second loss in nine games.

San Antonio, playing without Manu Ginobili because of a sprained right ankle, shot 38%.

at Detroit 105, Memphis 95: Reggie Jackson had 23 points and a career-high 20 assists as the Pistons ended a 10-game skid with an unexpected win over the West's No. 2 team.

at New Orleans 85, Milwaukee 84: Anthony Davis had 20 points and 12 rebounds, and the Pelicans (37-30) moved into a tie with Oklahoma City for the final playoff spot in the West.

at Houston 107, Orlando 94: Donatas Motiejunas, picking up the slack on a night when James Harden struggled, scored 23 points as the Rockets tied Portland for third in the West.

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