Desmond Mason scored 24 points, and the New Orleans Hornets overcame Dwyane Wade's second triple-double for a 107-92 victory over the Miami Heat on Wednesday night before a record crowd of 19,326 at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City.
Against Riley, his team scored a season high in points, including 16 on fastbreaks.
"It always feels good, but it feels good just to see him back out there," Scott said. "I'm just glad to see him back on the sidelines."
The Heat, which trailed 72-50 after Chris Paul set up Mason for a two-handed alley-oop jam with 7:58 to play in the third quarter, pulled to within 11 with nine consecutive points spanning the third and fourth quarters but could get no closer.
Wade had 19 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. He nearly had a dubious quadruple-double, finishing with eight turnovers.
"For the most part, I thought he saw a Hornet and a half or two every time he had the ball, and that was the key," Scott said.
"We talked about playing five against two tonight, starting with Shaq [O'Neal] and Dwyane Wade.
"We did a real good job of making those guys give the ball up and then closing out the other guys."
O'Neal finished with 19 points and nine rebounds in the first game of a seven-game trip.
Cleveland 91, Milwaukee 84 -- LeBron James had 17 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter and finished with 11 rebounds, 11 assists and five steals to help the Cavaliers end a seven-game losing streak at Milwaukee.
Michael Redd scored 28 for the Bucks, whose bench failed to score.
Toronto 121, Orlando 97 -- Rookie Charlie Villanueva scored 24 points at Toronto, and the Raptors shot a franchise-record 63% (46 of 73) from the field to win four in a row for the first time since December 2003.
Jameer Nelson had a career-high 31 points for the Magic, which had a franchise-low 21 rebounds.
Denver 106, Indiana 86 -- Earl Boykins and Carmelo Anthony each scored 23 points, with Boykins scoring 12 in a pivotal 13-2 second-quarter run at Denver. Stephen Jackson had 21 points for the Pacers, playing without Jermaine O'Neal (pneumonia).
Samuel Dalembert had 14 points and a career-high 22 rebounds for Philadelphia, playing without Chris Webber (strained back).
Zach Randolph, Portland's top scorer, was held to five points on one-for-14 shooting.
Seattle 101, Chicago 97 -- Rashard Lewis scored 21 points to help lift the SuperSonics in Bob Hill's debut as the team's coach in handing the Bulls their eighth straight loss. Ben Gordon scored 21 for Chicago.
Cleveland guard Larry Hughes will sit out six to eight weeks because of a broken finger. The team did not say when he was injured.... Orlando forward Grant Hillwas put on the inactive list because of a strained groin.... Chicago center Tyson Chandler is expected to sit out one week because of a sprained right ankle, suffered Monday against Milwaukee.... Guard Mateen Cleaves was waived by Seattle.