Bulls top Wizards in double overtime, 121-119

at Chicago 121, Washington 119 (2OT): Derrick Rose scored a career-high 37 points and made the go-ahead basket with 5.4 seconds left in the second overtime. Antawn Jamison had a season-high 34 points and 18 rebounds for the Wizards, hours after teammate Gilbert Arenas pleaded guilty to a felony gun charge.

at Charlotte 92, San Antonio 76: Boris Diaw had 26 points and 11 rebounds, Gerald Wallace added 21 points and the Bobcats used stifling second-half defense for their franchise-record sixth consecutive home win. The Spurs went more than nine minutes without a field goal during a 19-2 run by the Bobcats.

at Philadelphia 98, Sacramento 76: Samuel Dalembert made a $100,000 donation to help relief efforts in Haiti, then had 17 points and 12 rebounds to lift the 76ers. Dalembert learned that an uncle, a carpenter feared dead in his home country, was alive after the earthquake.

at Memphis 135, Minnesota 110: Rudy Gay scored 21 points, Zach Randolph and O.J. Mayo added 20 apiece and the Grizzlies won their seventh consecutive home game and 10th out of 13 overall.


at Detroit 110, New Orleans 104 (OT): Richard Hamilton scored a season-high 32 points, Rodney Stuckey scored eight of his 13 points in overtime and the Pistons won their second in a row after a 13-game losing streak.

Miami 115, at Houston 106: Dwyane Wade scored 37 points, his second consecutive big game since spraining his wrist, and the Heat ended the Rockets’ eight-game home winning streak. Wade scored 35 points against Golden State on Wednesday.

at Dallas 99, Oklahoma City 98: Dirk Nowitzki scored 32 points to lead the Mavericks to their ninth win in a row over the Thunder/SuperSonics.

at Portland 102, Orlando 87: Brandon Roy sat out the game because of a sore hamstring, but Dwight Howard made only four of seven shots from the field and the Magic fell out of first place in the Southeast Division.

Milwaukee 113, at Golden State 104: The Warriors, who entered the game with eight players in uniform, lost Anthony Morrow to a knee injury and had three others foul out, leaving Coach Don Nelson with only four players. Under NBA rules, Stephen Curry -- the last Golden State player to foul out -- was allowed to return for the final four seconds.

Indiana 121, at New Jersey 105: Danny Granger scored 22 of his 28 points in a 72-point first-half blitz and the Pacers pounded the woeful Nets (3-36) for their third win in a row.

Toronto 112, New York 104: Andrea Bargnani had 24 points and 12 rebounds and the Raptors built a 28-point lead en route to a victory over the Knicks.

at Lakers 126, Clippers 86


-- associated press