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Bucks stopped by Heat in OT

Posted: Monday, November 15, 2004

 

  AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee Milwaukee Bucks guard Maurice Williams, left, and Miami Heat guard Damon Jones battle for a loose ball in the fourth quarter Sunday in Miami. The Heat defeated the Bucks 112-110 in double overtime. AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee

AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee Milwaukee Bucks guard Maurice Williams, left, and Miami Heat guard Damon Jones battle for a loose ball in the fourth quarter Sunday in Miami. The Heat defeated the Bucks 112-110 in double overtime.

AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee

MIAMI Keyon Dooling forced a second overtime with a running layup, and the Miami Heat took advantage by scoring the first seven points of the extra session in a 112-110 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday night.

Shaquille O'Neal had his third straight double-double, finishing with 19 points and 18 rebounds for Miami, which snapped a two-game losing streak in dramatic fashion.

When Michael Redd hit a jumper with 11.7 seconds left, the Bucks were up four points and seemingly poised to win their fourth straight.

After Eddie Jones scored to cut the lead to 105-103, Keith Van Horn dropped a pass and knocked the ball out of bounds with 5.7 seconds left. Dooling took the inbounds pass, raced the length of the floor and dropped in a layup with 1.4 seconds left to tie it.

Van Horn who scored eight of his 26 points in the first overtime was short on a straightaway 3-pointer with one second left in the game.

76ers 96, Magic 87

PHILADELPHIA Allen Iverson had 29 points and 12 assists, and Marc Jackson added 13 points to lead Philadelphia past Orlando.

The Sixers have won the first three games on a season-high five-game homestand, though this was the first one they wrapped up in regulation.

Iverson had five assists in the third quarter, including two straight on baskets to Jackson and Andre Iguodala that snapped a tie game and led a decisive 17-9 run.

Grant Hill led the Magic with 18 points, Pat Garrity added 14 and No. 1 draft pick Dwight Howard had 14 rebounds.

Mavericks 122, Wizards 113

WASHINGTON Dirk Nowitzki had 32 points, 13 rebounds and five assists to lead Dallas.

Former Wizards player Jerry Stackhouse added 28 points, including three 3-pointers during a 23-6 run in the fourth quarter that helped Dallas break open a close game.

Four Washington players scored at least 20 points. Former Mavericks player Antawn Jamison and Larry Hughes each had 23 points, and Gilbert Arenas and Brendan Haywood added 20 apiece.

Arenas also had nine assists as Washington became the first team to score at least 100 points this season against Dallas, a team not generally known for its defensive prowess.

Jason Terry, the Mavericks' other sixth man, had 13 points and 11 assists.

SuperSonics 118, Grizzlies 113

SEATTLE Ray Allen scored a season-high 34 points and Seattle overcame a 21-point deficit late in the third quarter to beat Memphis.

The Sonics won their sixth consecutive game after an opening-night loss. Memphis, a 50-victory playoff team last season, fell to 2-5.

The Sonics came back to win after trailing 94-73 with 3:50 left in the third period.

Allen scored 11 points in the final quarter, when Seattle erased a 100-84 deficit. Antonio Daniels had 28 points for the Sonics, and he also had 11 in the fourth.

Pau Gasol topped the Grizzlies with 25.

Kings 101, Nuggets 89

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Brad Miller scored 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds, helping Sacramento defeat Denver.

Miller made 7 of 8 shots from the field including both 3-point attempts and 10 of 11 free throws. Sacramento has won two straight following a 1-4 start.

Carmelo Anthony had 28 points and six rebounds for Denver.

Peja Stojakovic had 22 points, Mike Bibby scored 20, and Darius Songaila added 10 for the Kings.



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