NBA Denver Nuggets host Milwaukee Bucks
Denver Nuggets guard J.R. Smith (R) drives past Milwaukee Bucks guard Ramon Sessions during the first half at the Pepsi Center in Denver on November 18, 2008. Denver beat Milwaukee 114-105. (UPI Photo/ Gary C. Caskey)
LaMarcus Aldridge led a balanced attack with 23 points, 14 rebounds and five assists Monday in the Portland Trail Blazers' 122-105 win over Charlotte.
Gerald Henderson and Ramon Sessions each provided 24 points for Charlotte Tuesday and the Bobcats kept Orlando on the skids with a 105-92 win.
Byron Mullens dominated at both ends of the court with 25 points and 18 rebounds Monday, lifting Charlotte over Boston 94-91 for its first win in eight games.
Philadelphia's Lavoy Allen hauled down 22 rebounds and added 14 points Saturday, propelling the 76ers to an 87-76 triumph over reeling Charlotte.
LeBron James pumped in 31 points on a career-best 13-of-14 shooting from the field Monday, powering the Miami Heat over Charlotte 99-94.
James Harden's triple-double of 21 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds Saturday fueled the Houston Rockets' 109-95 win over Charlotte.
Tony Parker's 22 points helped San Antonio pull away in the second half Wednesday and without Tim Duncan again the Spurs defeated Charlotte 102-78.
Josh Smith poured in 30 points to go with 13 rebounds and eight assists Wednesday, carrying Atlanta to a 104-92 decision over Charlotte.
James Harden sank 19-of-21 free throws en route to 29 points for Houston Monday and the Rockets broke a seven-game skid with a 100-94 win over Charlotte.
Sacramento's Marcus Thornton scored 18 points Saturday and the Kings notched their third win in four games, 97-93 over Charlotte.