SACRAMENTO, Nov. 27 (UPI) -- Devin Harris saved the game in regulation Wednesday and won it in overtime, boosting New Jersey over Sacramento 116-114.
Harris hit a three-pointer with 11 seconds remaining in the fourth period to tie the game and then put the Nets in front for good with a jumper with 17 seconds to go in the extra period.
His overtime jumper gave New Jersey a 115-114 lead, after which Sacramento's Bobby Jackson missed a three-point attempt. New Jersey's Jarvis Hayes then made one of two foul shots and Sacramento missed another chance when Brad Miller's three-point effort failed to go in at the buzzer.
Vince Carter scored 25 to lead New Jersey, but he suffered an apparent leg injury late in the fourth period and did not return for the overtime. Brook Lopez added 20 and Harris had 18.
John Salmons poured in 38 for Sacramento, but he missed two free throws late in the fourth period that could have brought the Kings a victory. Sacramento lost its fourth straight.