MILWAUKEE -- Latrell Sprewell scored 31 of his 48 points in the fourth quarter and the first overtime and the New York Knicks survived a pair of game-tying 3-pointers to defeat the Milwaukee Bucks 129-127 in double-overtime Saturday.
Sprewell tied a Knicks record by making nine 3-pointers, but it was Clarence Weatherspoon who broke the last tie by making two free throws with 1.9 seconds left in the second overtime.
Kings 114, Jazz 90
SALT LAKE CITY -- Peja Stojakovic scored 25 points and Chris Webber had 19 points and 10 rebounds as Sacramento won its fourth straight over the Jazz.
Mike Bibby and Bobby Jackson each scored 14 for the Kings, who two days earlier had embarrassed the Jazz in Sacramento with a 113-80 blowout that was Utah's worst loss of the season.
Heat 90, Nets 77
MIAMI -- Alonzo Mourning scored 23 points and the Miami Heat shot 52 percent for their seventh victory in eight games.
Brian Grant tied a season high with 12 rebounds and Mourning added eight for the Heat, who outrebounded the Nets 45-27. Miami's Eddie Jones scored 20 points, giving him at least 20 in six consecutive games.
Timberwolves 103, Hawks 80
MINNEAPOLIS -- Kevin Garnett scored 20 points and the Minnesota Timberwolves rediscovered their defense against the short-handed Hawks.
The Wolves, who had allowed eight of their previous nine opponents to reach 100, held the Hawks to 37 percent shooting and forced 24 turnovers. Minnesota scored 37 points off turnovers and improved to 24-1 when holding opponents below 100.
SuperSonics 95, Pacers 86
INDIANAPOLIS -- Gary Payton scored 27 points and Seattle held Indiana to one field goal over the final seven minutes.
Indiana's final basket, by Jalen Rose with 4:12 left, gave the Pacers their final lead, 84-83.
Wizards 112, Suns 102
WASHINGTON -- Michael Jordan scored 41 points, giving him back-to-back 40-plus games.
Jordan, voted to his 13th All-Star game in fan balloting results announced earlier in the day, followed his 40-point game against Cleveland on Thursday with a 17-for-30 performance with seven assists in 40 minutes.
Celtics 108, Cavaliers 101
CLEVELAND -- Antoine Walker scored 31 points, Paul Pierce added 22 and the Boston Celtics handed Cleveland its 12th straight loss.
Rockets 111, Hornets 104, OT
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Steve Francis celebrated his first selection to the All-Star Game by scoring 30 points, including four free throws in the final 42 seconds of overtime.
Bulls 95, Grizzlies 92
CHICAGO -- Ron Artest hit the go-ahead basket and made three other huge plays in the final 90 seconds Saturday night.
Brad Miller tied his career high with 32 points, and little-used A.J. Guyton came off the injured list to score 16 for Chicago, which snapped a three-game losing streak.
Pau Gasol scored 26 points and Jason Williams added 22 for Memphis, which has lost seven straight. Shane Battier added 17 points and eight rebounds.
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