TORONTO --Kyle Lowry scored 21 points and broke a tie late in the fourth quarter as the Toronto Raptors overcame a 17-point deficit to defeat the Charlotte Hornets 90-85 on Wednesday night.
The victory ended a three-game losing streak by the Raptors and was only their fifth win in the past 16 games. The Hornets have lost four in a row and 11 of their past 12.
The Hornets took a 17-point lead into the fourth quarter, but the Raptors opened the period on a 20-2 run to take a one-point lead.
After the Raptors built a five-point lead with 3:45 to play, Walker scored the Hornets' first field goal of the fourth quarter to cut the lead to three points.
Kaminsky's 3-pointer with 1:54 to play tied the game before Lowry hit a jump shot and completed the three-point play, putting Toronto ahead for good.
CLEVELAND -- Kyle Korver scored 22 points off the bench for Cleveland and became the seventh player in NBA history to make 2,000 3-pointers.
The Pacers have lost five straight games, a slump that immediately followed a seven-game win streak.
Korver shot 6 of 8 on 3-pointers, including a heave from 31 feet midway through the third quarter that went in.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- LaMarcus Aldridge scored 23 points and Kawhi Leonard had 22 in the Spurs' easy victory.
Spurs veteran Manu Ginobili, who had two points, left limping early in the fourth quarter with a twisted left ankle.
The Magic lost for the fifth time in six games.
Center Nikola Vucevic led the Magic with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Forwards Aaron Gordon and Jeff Green each scored 11 points.
NEW YORK -- Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 33 points, and the Bucks held on down the stretch to extend the Nets' home losing streak to 16 games and their overall losing streak to 14 games.
Antetokounmpo rebounded nicely after being held under 10 points for the second time this season on Monday in a win over the Detroit Pistons. The All-Star forward recorded his 13th game with at least 30 points and pulled down nine rebounds.
Brooklyn's Brook Lopez scored a season-high 36 points and came within three of his matching his career-high point total.
Detroit Pistons 98, Dallas Mavericks 91
The Pistons outrebounded the Mavericks 57-38 and completed a two-game sweep of the season series for the first time since the 1997-98 season.
Dirk Nowitzki racked up 24 points and 10 rebounds for the Mavericks.
HOUSTON -- Hassan Whiteside posted a double-double and led a decisive performance on the offensive glass as the Heat completed a season sweep of the Rockets.
The Heat have won 14 of 16 games. Houston had its four-game winning streak snapped.
Whiteside finished with 23 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks as the Heat turned 12 offensive rebounds into 19 second-chance points for the wire-to-wire victory. Dion Waiters totaled 23 points, nine rebounds and seven assists for the Heat.
Boston Celtics 116, Philadelphia 76ers 108
BOSTON -- Isaiah Thomas tied John Havlicek's 45-year-old Celtics record with his 40th straight 20-point game and then pulled off his usual fourth-quarter heroics to lead Boston to its fourth straight win.
Thomas, who has failed to score at least 20 in all but one game he has played in this season, finished with 33 points. He scored 11 points in the fourth quarter to help end the 76ers' three-game winning streak.
Havlicek set his record from Nov. 17, 1971 through Jan. 30, 1972.
Dario Saric came off the bench to lead the Sixers with 20 points and 10 rebounds.
New Orleans Pelicans 95, Memphis Grizzlies 91
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Forward Solomon Hill scored a season-high 23 points and the Pelicans held off Memphis in the closing minutes.
New Orleans had a 16-point lead at the start of the fourth quarter. But the Grizzlies twice got the lead down to a point, the last time at 92-91 when Vince Carter hit a 3-point shot with 48.5 seconds left.
Anthony Davis (18 points and seven rebounds) then hit a jumper with 38.8 seconds left to hike the lead to 94-91. Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday (19 points and seven assists) missed a pair of free throws with 17.7 seconds left, but Memphis guard Mike Conley (17 points and four assists) missed a contested three.
DENVER -- Andrew Wiggins continued his torrid stretch with 40 points, his fourth 40-point game of the season, to lead Minnesota's win.
Wiggins followed up his 41-point performance against Cleveland on Tuesday with another great game. He has now scored 20 or more points in 15 straight games. He is the first player in franchise history to have four games of 40 or more points and is averaging 28.9 points in February.
Karl-Anthony Towns had 24 points and a season-high 19 rebounds for Minnesota.
Gary Harris scored 22 points and Jameer Nelson had 16 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds for Denver. Mason Plumlee, acquired from Portland on Sunday, made his Denver debut with 11 points and nine rebounds.
PHOENIX -- Eric Bledsoe had his third career triple-double with 25 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists and the Suns rolled to their biggest win of the season.
It was the largest margin of victory for Phoenix over Los Angeles in the 240 all-time meetings.
Devin Booker had 21 of his 23 points in the first half and Alex Len and Marquese Chriss had 15 points each for Phoenix, who set a season high for points, shooting percentage (55.7 percent) and fastbreak points with a 41-16 edge over the Lakers.
The Suns have beaten the Lakers 11 straight times at Talking Stick Arena, their longest home winning streak in the history of the series.
Lou Williams and D'Angelo Williams had 21 points each for the Lakers, who have lost 16 of the last 21 meetings with Phoenix overall.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Gordon Hayward scored 22 points, dished out seven assists and collected six rebounds to help Utah snap a three-game losing streak.
Utah shot 11 of 22 from 3-point range, allowing the Jazz to blow the game wide open in the second half.
CJ McCollum scored 18 points, and Damian Lillard had 13 on 3-of-19 shooting. Jusuf Nurkic added 13 in his Blazers debut.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Russell Westbrook racked up his 27th triple-double of the season by scoring 38 points to go with 14 rebounds and 12 assists. He sits alone in third place alltime for most triple-doubles in a season.
Victor Oladipo poured in 21 points on 9-of-17 shooting, and Jerami Grant came off the bench to score 13 points for Oklahoma City.
Golden State Warriors 109, Sacramento Kings 86
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Golden State vented the frustration of six consecutive substandard quarters with a 28-2, third-quarter flurry Friday night that enabled the Warriors to erase a halftime deficit and roll to a rout of Sacramento.
Klay Thompson had a game-high 35 points, including 14 in the third-period spree, helping Golden State record a seventh straight home win over Sacramento. The victory increased the Warriors' run of consecutive games without back-to-back defeats to an NBA-record 142.
Kevin Durant chipped in with 21 points to go with seven rebounds and seven assists for Golden State, which saw All-Star Draymond Green get ejected for two technical fouls. Matt Barnes, a former Warrior, finished with a 15-point, 14-rebound double-double for the Kings.
LOS ANGELES -- Blake Griffin scored a team-high 17 points and collected nine rebounds in three quarters, and Los Angeles captured its fourth consecutive victory with a win over Atlanta.
J.J. Redick contributed 15 points, hitting 5-of-8 from 3-point range, while Austin Rivers chipped in 13 points for the Clippers. Clippers center DeAndre Jordan had a game-high 16 rebounds to go with seven points.
Dennis Schroder had 15 points and seven assists for the Hawks. Dwight Howard finished with 11 points and 15 rebounds, allowing him to past passed Buck Williams for 13th on the NBA's all-time rebounding list with 8,502.