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San Antonio gets fourth straight victory against Utah

Duncan leaves Jazz wet

Posted: Sunday, January 28, 2001

SALT LAKE CITY -- Tim Duncan is on a roll, and this time the Utah Jazz were in his way.

Duncan had 33 points and 10 rebounds while Derek Anderson scored 22 points and Terry Porter added a season-high 17 as the San Antonio Spurs beat the Utah Jazz 99-86 Saturday.

It was a matchup of the teams sitting atop the Midwest Division, but the Spurs showed they're simply the better team, winning their fourth straight over the Jazz dating to last season.

Timberwolves 93, Trail Blazers 80

MINNEAPOLIS -- Terrell Brandon had 22 points and 11 assists as Minnesota won its sixth straight game.

Brandon, who is shooting better than 60 percent during the winning streak, made eight straight shots at one point and 10 of 14 for the game. He registered his sixth double-double of the season.

Heat 81, Magic 59

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Brian Grant had 18 points and 10 rebounds as Miami outscored Orlando 29-9 in the fourth quarter.

Raptors 90, Bulls 80

CHICAGO -- With Vince Carter out with a sore knee, his Toronto teammates picked up the slack against Chicago.

Antonio Davis and Alvin Williams led six Raptors in double figures with 15 points each, and Davis also had 12 rebounds. Charles Oakley had 14 rebounds and 10 points, and Mark Jackson had 12 assists to go with his 12 points.

Wizards 89, Suns 82

WASHINGTON -- Chris Whitney scored six of his 13 points in the final 27 seconds as Washington won its fourth straight game for the first time since April 1998.

Juwan Howard led Washington with 21 points and seven rebounds. Richard Hamilton added 12 points and Jahidi White 11 as the Wizards played with their full roster healthy for the first time since early December.

Rockets 110, Hornets 97

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Cuttino Mobley scored 23 points and Houston held off Charlotte's late rally.

The Rockets, who had five players score in double figures, shot a season-high 58 percent and their 110 points were the most the Hornets have allowed this season.

Nuggets 102, Mavericks 100

DENVER -- Antonio McDyess, who punched a ball deep into the stands in frustration five minutes earlier, scored on a rebound as time expired to give Denver the win.

McDyess finished with 11 points and 19 rebounds, and Kevin Willis had 18 for the Nuggets, who won their ninth straight home game and ended a six-game losing streak against the Mavericks.

Hawks 101, Cavaliers 90

CLEVELAND -- Jason Terry scored 20 points to lead five Atlanta players in double figures as the Hawks broke a five-game losing streak.

Rookie DerMarr Johnson scored a season-high 19 points for Atlanta.

Pistons 108, Bucks 103

MILWAUKEE -- Jerry Stackhouse scored 32 points and was involved in a shoving match with Lindsey Hunter as Detroit snapped Milwaukee's eight-game winning streak.

The Pistons also ended the Bucks winning streak at home at 11 and prevented Milwaukee coach George Karl from winning his 600th game.

SuperSonics 106, Nets 97

SEATTLE -- Patrick Ewing had season highs of 18 points and 18 rebounds as Seattle won its fifth straight game. The Nets lost for the fourth straight time despite Stephon Marbury's 29 points.

Kings 101, Clippers 89

LOS ANGELES -- Chris Webber scored 33 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as Sacramento dealt the Los Angeles Clippers their seventh straight loss. The win was Sacramento's 100th under Rick Adelman, who earned the right to coach the NBA's Western Conference All-Stars on Feb. 11.

Jeff McInnis and rookie Darius Miles each scored 16 points for the Clippers, but Lamar Odom was held to 10 points and did not make a field goal over the final 17 minutes.



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