Golden State Warriors vs Houston Rockets
Houston Rockets Rafer Alston (12) and Golden State Warriors C.J. Watson (23) move down court in formation at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on December 12, 2008. The Rockets defeated the Warriors 119-108. (UPI Photo/Terry Schmitt)
Carlos Boozer helped stake Chicago to a big lead Thursday and the Bulls narrowly avoided a fourth-quarter collapse to edge Brooklyn 79-76.
Joakim Noah scored nine of his 11 points in the fourth quarter Monday, leading the Chicago Bulls over Brooklyn 90-82 to even their first-round playoff series.
Brook Lopez put in 21 points Sunday and the Brooklyn Nets handed Phoenix its seventh loss in eight games with a 102-100 victory over the Suns.
Deron Williams scored 23 points Wednesday and Brooklyn survived a strange finish to defeat Milwaukee 97-94.
Joe Johnson, C.J. Watson and Brook Lopez each surpassed 20 points Wednesday, boosting the Brooklyn Nets over Denver 119-108.
C.J. Watson's two free throws with 11 seconds remaining Friday wrapped up a 93-89 win for Brooklyn over the ailing Chicago Bulls.
C.J. Watson hit all four of his 3-point tries Wednesday and scored 16 points in the second half to rally Brooklyn to a 94-88 win over Toronto.
Brook Lopez scored 27 points Saturday and the Brooklyn Nets posted a 107-100 decision over Toronto in the first game at their new Barclays Center home.
Andre Iguodala's two free throws with 2 seconds left Thursday gave the Philadelphia 76ers a 79-78 victory that eliminated top-seeded Chicago from the playoffs.
Kevin Seraphin netted 21 points and John Wall added 16 Monday in the Washington Wizards' 87-84 victory over short-handed Chicago.