Brad Miller had 25 points and 10 rebounds, Mikki Moore tied his career high with 24 points, and the Sacramento Kings became the final NBA team to win a road game with a 109-99 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers last night.
John Salmons contributed 19 points and Beno Udrih had 15 for the Kings, who entered the game with nine straight road losses to open a season, matching a team record set in 1987-88 and again in 1993-94.
The Kings also broke the streak without injured starters Mike Bibby, Kevin Martin, and Shareef Abdur-Rahim.
Andre Miller scored 24 points, Willie Green added 16, and Andre Iguodala and Lou Williams had 15 apiece for the Sixers, whose season-best four-game win streak was snapped. Kyle Korver added 13 for the Sixers.
Nets 105, Cavaliers 97 - Vince Carter matched a season high with 32 points, Richard Jefferson had 24, and host New Jersey snapped a four-game losing streak.
Reserve Josh Boone added a season-high 15, going 2 for 4 from the line when the Cavs intentionally fouled him on consecutive possessions in the fourth quarter. Boone, who threw up an air ball from the line earlier, was 3 of 8 there overall.
Jason Kidd finished with 8 points, 11 assists, and 9 rebounds as the Nets overcame their usual slow start at home to win for only the second time in seven games.
LeBron James had 29 points, 8 assists, and 6 rebounds for Cleveland.
Warriors 108, Lakers 106 - In Oakland, Calif., Baron Davis put his usual game-breaking flair on the decisive 3-pointer with 16.8 seconds to play, and Golden State roared from behind in the final minutes to snap its nine-game losing streak against Los Angeles.
Davis had 8 of his 22 points and an assist in the final 3:19 for the Warriors, who beat Los Angeles for just the second time in 16 meetings.
Kobe Bryant scored 21 points for the Lakers, who had an 8-point lead with 3 1/2 minutes to play when the Warriors went through a 4:45 stretch with just one field goal. But Davis led Golden State back with two free throws, a 3-pointer, and an assist on Stephen Jackson's tying layup with 1:54 left.
Pistons 91, Hawks 81 - Chauncey Billups scored 23 points and Tayshaun Prince added 17 points and 10 rebounds, helping host Detroit beat Atlanta for its eighth win in 10 games.
Joe Johnson scored 23 and Marvin Williams added 15 for the Hawks, who dressed only 11 players. Josh Childress missed the game with a recurring groin injury and rookie Al Horford was suspended for Tuesday's flagrant foul on Toronto guard T.J. Ford.
Magic 103, Bobcats 87 - Dwight Howard had 33 points and 18 rebounds and visiting Orlando beat undermanned Charlotte to snap a three-game losing streak.
Hitting the court an hour after a trade that sent starting center Primoz Brezec and forward Walter Herrmann to Detroit for center Nazr Mohammed, the Bobcats were no match for Howard inside. Brezec, who was told of the trade as he was warming up an hour before tipoff, was replaced in the starting lineup by Ryan Hollins. He picked up three fouls in five minutes, forcing little-used Othella Harrington to guard Howard, without success.
SuperSonics 99, Timberwolves 88 - Chris Wilcox had 19 points and 11 rebounds to help visiting Seattle pull away to beat Minnesota, which lost for the eighth time in nine games
Mavericks 89, Hornets 80 - Jason Terry scored 25 points and reserve Jerry Stackhouse added 16 to lead host Dallas past New Orleans.
Bulls 101, Knicks 96 - Luol Deng scored 29 points, Kirk Hinrich delivered the second triple-double (15 points, 14 assists, 12 rebounds) of his career, and host Chicago handed New York its fifth straight loss.
Raptors 104, Pacers 93 - Jason Kapono scored 17 of his career-high 29 points in the fourth quarter to help visiting Toronto overcome a 17-point third-quarter deficit and beat Indiana for its fourth straight win.
Clippers 98, Grizzlies 91 - Chris Kaman and Corey Maggette both scored 23 points and
Trail Blazers 99, Jazz 91 - Brandon Roy scored 29 points, helping host Portland pull away in the fourth quarter to beat Utah.