MILWAUKEE -- Hassan Whiteside scored 23 points and James Johnson added 20 as the Miami Heat extended their winning streak to 12 games with a 106-88 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks Wednesday night at the Bradley Center.
After allowing their last two opponents to shoot over 50 percent from the floor, the Heat held Milwaukee to 47.1 percent shooting and a 6-for-15 mark from beyond the arc.
Miami connected at a 47.7 percent clip and made 11 of 33 3-point attempts, but grabbed 14 offensive rebounds -- with Whiteside and Rodney McGruber grabbing three apiece.
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 21 points and Jabari Parker had 14 to lead the Bucks (22-29), who lost for the 11th time in their last 13 games.
Parker sprained his left knee while driving to the basket with 6:34 left in the third quarter. Parker had to be helped off the court and did not return.
LeBron James added 25 points for the Cavaliers, who won their fourth game in a row. Korver hit 10 of 12 shots, including 8 of 9 3-point shots. Kevin Love chipped in with 14 points and 10 rebounds for Cleveland.
Trailing by six at halftime, the Cavaliers blew open the game by outscoring the Pacers 40-18 In the third quarter to take a 97-81 lead.
C.J. Miles led the Pacers with 23 points, hitting 6 of 9 3-pointers. Paul George and Teague each had 22 points.
ATLANTA -- Dennis Schroder had 24 points and 10 assists as the Hawks, up by 20 points early in the third quarter, withstood a Nuggets rally for the victory.
Denver was within four points with less than two minutes remaining, but Paul Millsap completed a three-point play and Schroder hit a pair of free throws to put the Hawks back in control.
Millsap had 23 points as Atlanta placed seven players in double figures.
It was the Hawks' fifth straight victory over the Nuggets in Atlanta and gave them a sweep of the season series.
Wilson Chandler scored 24 points for the Nuggets, and Nikola Jokic contributed 18 points and 15 rebounds.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Andre Drummond powered for 24 points and 17 rebounds to lead Detroit. He reached the 20-point mark for the 11th time and grabbed 15-plus rebounds for the 24th time.
The Lakers committed 12 first-half turnovers but the Pistons only managed to score six points off them.
San Antonio Spurs 111, Philadelphia 76ers 103
PHILADELPHIA -- Kawhi Leonard scored 32 points, eight in a pivotal stretch late in the game, as the Spurs held off the 76ers.
Tony Parker added 18 points for the Spurs, who improved to 1-1 on their eight-game rodeo road trip with their fourth victory in five games.
The Sixers were without rookie center Joel Embiid, their leading scorer and rebounder, for the seventh straight game, and the 10th time in the last 11. He has a bone bruise of the left knee, and will also be held out of Thursday's game in Orlando.
Utah Jazz 127, New Orleans Pelicans 94
NEW ORLEANS - Joe Johnson came off the bench to score 27 points on a season-high six 3-pointers, pacing seven players in double figures and lifting the Jazz to a victory.
Johnson made his first four attempts from long range and finished 6 of 8 from behind the arc as Utah built a 37-point lead in the fourth quarter and coasted to its fourth consecutive win.
Pelicans forward Anthony Davis missed 8 of 12 shots, but finished with a double-double - 12 points and 10 rebounds. The Pelicans shot just 28.2 percent in the second half.
NEW YORK -- Otto Porter Jr. scored six of his 20 points in overtime as the Nets blew a 12-point fourth-quarter lead before escaping with the win.
The Nets had a chance for the tie in the closing seconds but Bojan Bogdanovic missed a 3-pointer with 3.9 seconds left.
It was the Grizzlies 11th win in the past 13 games against the Suns dating to the 2013-14 season and their second in nine days.
The Suns lost for the eighth time in nine games. Devin Booker paced Phoenix with 20 points.
A late-game skirmish led to the ejection of Tyler Ulis and Marquese Chriss of the Suns and Troy Daniels of the Grizzlies.
The Clippers stopped a three-game losing streak and have now won nine straight against the Knicks.
The Knicks matched their most points in the first half, but trailed 68-67.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Tyus Jones hit a 3-pointer with 19.5 seconds remaining and Andrew Wiggins hit a pair of late free throws to lift the Timberwolves.
After Jones' shot, Wiggins' free throws extended Minnesota's lead to three with 10.6 seconds to play, and a desperation 3-point attempt at the buzzer by Toronto's Kyle Lowry hit the side of the backboard.
The win snaps a four-game losing streak for the Timberwolves, while Toronto lost for the first time in three games.
Wiggins had a game-high 31 points in the win, and teammate Karl-Anthony Towns notched another double-double - his 41st of the season - by adding 29 points and 14 rebounds. DeRozan paced Toronto in the loss with 30 points.
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Klay Thompson celebrated his 27th birthday by hitting six 3-pointers en route to a game-high 28 points in the Golden State victory.
The win, which came three days after a loss at Sacramento, allowed the Warriors to extend their NBA-record streak of games without consecutive losses to 138. Golden State is now 18-0 following a loss in the run that dates back to April of 2015.
Kevin Durant recorded a 22-point, 10-rebound double-double with seven assists for the Warriors, who recorded their seventh straight home win.
The Bulls (26-27) were playing without All-Star small forward Jimmy Butler, who missed his third consecutive game with a bruised heel, and shooting guard Dwyane Wade, who has an upper respiratory illness.
The Kings snapped Boston's seven-game winning streak and earned only their third win in their past 11 home games despite playing without leading scorer and rebounder DeMarcus Cousins. Cousins sat out due to an automatic suspension after picking up his 16th technical foul of the season Wednesday. Sacramento also lost guard Ty Lawson to a strained left hamstring with 5:48 left in the first half.
Thomas, who scored 26 points, has scored at least 20 points in 36 consecutive games, four games shy of John Havlicek's team record.