Ron Artest shut down Vince Carter in the fourth quarter and the host Indiana Pacers scored the first 8 points of overtime to win their sixth straight game, 94-84, over the Toronto Raptors last night in Miami.
Jamaal Tinsley opened the extra period with a 3-pointer, Jermaine O'Neal hit a jumper, and Reggie Miller added a deep 3-pointer as the shot clock was winding down to give Indiana an 89-81 lead.
Artest led Indiana with 23 points, and O'Neal finished with 20 points and 18 rebounds.
Carter led Toronto with 28 points, but managed just 1 point after the third quarter.
Grizzlies 94, Spurs 88 -- Pau Gasol scored 27 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, and host Memphis defeated San Antonio for its sixth straight win.
Timberwolves 105, SuperSonics 92 -- Latrell Sprewell emerged from a shooting slump to score 31 points, and visiting Minnesota dumped Seattle.
Kings 96, Warriors 92 -- Doug Christie (23 points), Mike Bibby (21), and Peja Stojakovic (20) accounted for two-thirds of host Sacramento's offense in its victory over Golden State.
Heat 100, Magic 89 -- Reserve Rashaul Butler scored 19 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter, and Eddie Jones also scored 19 for Miami in its victory over visiting Orlando.
Rockets 90, Clippers 85 -- Steve Francis had 24 points and Yao Ming scored 8 of his 19 points in a fourth-quarter rally in host Houston's victory over Los Angeles.
Nuggets 117, Wizards 87 -- In Washington, Voshon Lenard scored 27 points and rookie Carmelo Anthony had 26 to lead Denver.
76ers 89, Bulls 81 -- Kenny Thomas had 22 points and 13 rebounds and Aaron McKie added 21 points for visiting Philadelphia.