ORLANDO, Fla. Hedo Turkoglu scored 22 points, Dwight Howard added 21 and the short-handed Orlando Magic rallied to beat the Philadelphia 76ers 115-111 on Saturday night.
The Magic, missing Grant Hill due to his bruised right wrist, trailed by six with 2:02 left to play after Allen Iverson's jumper.
Iverson finished with 38 points, his most since sitting out a game two weeks ago with an ankle sprain. Samuel Dalembert tied his career high with 24 points, and added a season-best 16 rebounds.
Jameer Nelson sparked the comeback with two steals, cashed in for three free throws, cutting the deficit to a point. Nelson had seven steals, one short of the franchise record, to go with his 12 points.
Bulls 100, Pistons 89
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. Kirk Hinrich had 24 points and nine assists for Chicago's second victory at the Palace in less than a month.
The Bulls hadn't won twice in Detroit in one season since 1995-96. Eddy Curry added 15 for the Bulls before fouling out and Antonio Davis had 14.
Richard Hamilton led all scorers with 32, including 16 in the first quarter, but only scored seven in the second half. Hamilton was a game-time decision with a bruised right thigh.
Hawks 100, Celtics 96
ATLANTA Al Harrington scored 21 points and went 6-for-6 from the free-throw line in the last two minutes to help the Hawks overcome a 17-point deficit.
The Celtics have lost nine straight on the road.
Wizards 95, Pacers 93
INDIANAPOLIS Antawn Jamison hit a driving layup with 0.4 seconds left to lift Washington to a victory over Indiana.
After Jermaine O'Neal gave Indiana a 93-91 lead with 39.7 seconds left, Gilbert Arenas hit a jumper and the Wizards forced a shot clock violation to get the ball back with 4.5 seconds to play.
Jamison, who finished with 19 points and 13 rebounds, took the ball at the top of the key, drove past two Indiana defenders and lofted a soft hook shot over O'Neal to give the Wizards their second straight win and offset a huge night from O'Neal.
O'Neal scored 12 of his 38 points in the fourth quarter.
Hornets 88, Clippers 85
NEW ORLEANS Dan Dickau capped a career-high 27-point outing with a pair of 3-pointers inside the last 18 seconds and New Orleans handed Los Angeles its fifth straight loss.
Lee Nailon scored 22 points his fifth straight game with 20 or more to help New Orleans win its fourth in a row at home. J.R. Smith scored 12 and Rodney Rogers 11, with both hitting crucial 3-pointers in the final five minutes. Chris Andersen had 10 rebounds for New Orleans.
Grizzlies 110, Jazz 94
SALT LAKE CITY Pau Gasol scored 23 points and Shane Battier had 16 to help Memphis spoil Andrei Kirilenko's return to the Utah lineup.
Kirilenko scored two points and had two blocks in just 12 minutes in his first game after missing 26 with a sprained knee. Utah had a 6-20 record without Kirilenko.
Cavaliers 105, Warriors 87
OAKLAND, Calif. LeBron James had his second triple-double in three games, getting 28 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in Cleveland's victory.
Just three nights after he became the youngest player in NBA history with a triple-double, James duplicated the feat in an easy win over the Warriors, who lost for the 11th time in 12 games.
James wrapped up his latest statistical feat on a pass with 29 seconds left to Zydrunas Ilgauskas, who hit a long 3-pointer.
Timberwolves 92, Trail Blazers 83
PORTLAND, Ore. Kevin Garnett had 14 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Minnesota to its second road wins in as many days.
Portland dropped its sixth straight game, the Blazers' longest losing streak since 1995-96.
Wally Szczerbiak, coming off a season-high 34 points against Seattle on Friday, had 18 for the Timberwolves.
Damon Stoudamire led Portland with 23 points and Ruben Patterson, who remained in the starting lineup despite the return of Darius Miles, had 19.
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