MIAMI — Chris Bosh scored 30 points, LeBron James added 28 points and nine rebounds and the Miami Heat remained unbeaten without Dwyane Wade in the lineup this season, defeating the Philadelphia 76ers 113-92 on Saturday.
The Heat are 6-0 this season without Wade, who missed his third straight game with a sprained right ankle.
Lou Williams scored 22 points and Evan Turner added 16 for Philadelphia, which has lost eight of nine against Miami since the start of last season, including a five-game defeat in the opening round of last season's playoffs.
HAWKS 121, CAVALIERS 94: At Atlanta, Joe Johnson scored 25 points and the Hawks, coming off a loss that prompted their coach to say they quit, routed the Cavs with their highest scoring output of the season.
NUGGETS 119, KNICKS 114 (2 OT): Danilo Gallinari outplayed Carmelo Anthony at New York in the first meeting since they were swapped in a trade, scoring 37 points as Denver outlasted New York in double-overtime.
Al Harrington, another former Knicks forward, scored 22 of his 24 points after halftime for the Nuggets, allowing them to withstand Anthony's attempt to rally the Knicks.
Anthony finished with 25 points and 10 rebounds, missing 20 of 30 shots in the Knicks' sixth straight loss. He missed 14 of his first 17 shots and heard boos, then made his final four of regulation to nearly help New York pull it out.
Anthony spent the first 7 1/2 years of his career with the Nuggets before the trade.
PISTONS 94, TRAIL BLAZERS 91: At Auburn Hills, Mich.,Rodney Stuckey scored 28 points and Detroit beat Portland for only its second win in 12 games.
Detroit fouled Raymond Felton at midcourt, preventing Portland from trying a 3-point attempt. He made both free throws, but Stuckey made two of his own with 4.4 seconds left.
Tayshaun Prince added 17 points for Detroit, which led by as many as 16 in the third quarter and held on down the stretch.
LaMarcus Aldridge led Portland with 25 points, one night after a 33-point, 23-rebound effort against Toronto. Felton had 20 points and nine assists.
BULLS 95, BOBCATS 89: Carlos Boozer scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half to lead injury-depleted Chicago over struggling Charlotte at home.
Luol Deng added 22 points and eight rebounds as the Bulls won their seventh straight at home and improved to an NBA-best 15-3 despite the absence of reigning NBA MVP Derrick Rose (sprained left big toe). They also were missing starting center Joakim Noah (left ankle sprain).
Richard Hamilton added a season-high 18 points for Chicago.
Gerald Henderson Jr. had 22 points for the Bobcats, who lost their fifth consecutive road game. They have dropped nine of 10 overall.
GRIZZLIES 128, KINGS 95: In Memphis, Rudy Gay had 23 points, Mike Conley and O.J. Mayo added 22 apiece and Memphis beat Sacramento for its sixth straight win.
Marc Gasol had 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting and grabbed 11 rebounds, while Marreese Speights contributed 12 points and 15 rebounds for Memphis.
Jimmer Fredette led the Kings with a season-high 20 points and six assists, while Donte Greene and DeMarcus Cousins scored 19 apiece. Cousins also had 11 rebounds.
The Grizzlies opened the second half with a 12-0 run to push the lead to 20. The Kings, who snapped a two-game winning streak, trailed by as many as 39 in the fourth quarter.
ROCKETS 105, SPURS 102: Kevin Martin scored 25 points, Kyle Lowry had 14 points and eight assists, and Houston took advantage of Tim Duncan's absence to beat San Antonio at home.
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