The Timberwolves, 2-23 away from home this season, lost their sixth straight on the road.
Selected to All-Star game earlier in the day, Minnesota's Kevin Love had 20 points and 15 rebounds for his 35th straight double-double. Sebastian Telfair had 16 points for the Timberwolves, who have lost eight of nine and 13 of 15.
Timberwolves forward Michael Beasley left late in the second quarter with an injured left ankle and did not return.
HAWKS 101, CLIPPERS 100: At Atlanta, Al Horford made two free throws with 0.6 seconds remaining following a flagrant foul by Blake Griffin, giving the Hawks the win.
Griffin sent Marvin Williams and Horford to the floor with hard fouls in the final seconds. The last was the most costly, though Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro argued against the flagrant 1 ruling.
Jamal Crawford had 34 points and Atlanta's two All-Stars had big games: Horford had 23 points and 12 rebounds, and Joe Johnson added 17 points, nine assists and nine rebounds.
Baron Davis had 22 points and 13 assists for Los Angeles. Griffin, the NBA's first rookie All-Star selection since Yao Ming in 2003, had 19 points and 11 rebounds.76ERS 100, KNICKS 98: At Philadelphia, Elton Brand scored a season-high 33 points and Philadelphia used a 15-0 run late in the fourth quarter to get the win.
Andre Iguodala had 18 points and a career-high 16 assists, and Jodie Meeks scored 14 for the 76ers, who are trying to catch the Knicks for sixth place in the Eastern Conference.
The Knicks seemingly had the game under control in the fourth until they self-destructed during a scoreless stretch that lasted more than 6 minutes and let the Sixers race into the lead.
Brand scored 19 points in the first quarter, then chipped in with big buckets in the fourth to send a crowd of nearly 20,000 into a frenzy.
Raymond Felton led the Knicks with 26 points and Amare Stoudemire had 21. Danilo Gallinari had 18 points and 13 rebounds.
PACERS 100, TRAIL BLAZERS 87: At Indianapolis, Danny Granger scored 25 points and the Pacers improved to 3-0 under interim coach Frank Vogel. Granger was questionable with a sinus infection, but he shot 7 for 13 from the field to help Indiana earn its first winning streak of more than two games this season
Roy Hibbert scored 15 points and Tyler Hansbrough added 13 points and eight rebounds for the Pacers, who are averaging 107 points since firing Jim O'Brien.
Rudy Fernandez scored 19 points for the Trail Blazers, who have lost four of five. LaMarcus Aldridge had 14 points and 10 rebounds before fouling out with 9:53 remaining.
PISTONS 92, NETS 82: At Auburn Hills, Mich., Tayshaun Prince scored 22 points, and the Pistons snapped a four-game losing streak.
Rookie Greg Monroe added a career-high 20 points along with 11 rebounds for Detroit, which led by 13 early in the third quarter after beginning the second half on a 14-5 run. Tracy McGrady scored 16 points, and Ben Gordon added 11.
Anthony Morrow had 22 points for New Jersey, which lost its 12th straight road game and dropped to 3-24 away from home on the season. Brook Lopez scored 16.
Detroit led 48-44 after shooting 55 percent from the field in the first half and never trailed in the second.
THUNDER 111, SUNS 107: At Phoenix, Jeff Green scored 28 points and Serge Ibaka added 18 on 9-of-10 shooting to help the Thunder escape with a victory over the Suns. Kevin Durant, who had at least 40 points in three of his previous four games, added 24 in the Thunder's fourth victory in five games. Russell Westbrook scored 19, including an 11-footer that put Oklahoma City up 107-103 with 34 seconds to go.
Vince Carter scored a season-high 33 for Phoenix, but missed three long-range jumpers down the stretch as Oklahoma City outscored the Suns 12-5 over the last 2 1/2 minutes. No other player scored more than 13 for the Suns.
SPURS 113, KINGS 100: At Sacramento, Tony Parker scored 25 points and had seven assists and the Spurs defeated the Kings.
Love named an All-Star
NEW YORK (AP) — Kevin Love will be going to the NBA All-Star game.
The NBA's leading rebounder was added to the Western Conference roster on Friday night by Commissioner David Stern as the injury replacement for Houston center Yao Ming.
Love was arguably the biggest snub when reserves were announced Thursday night. He entered play Friday averaging 21.4 points and 15.5 rebounds.
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