PHILADELPHIA — Samuel Dalembert had 22 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to their eighth straight home victory, 117-83, over the Seattle SuperSonics on Friday night.

Andre Iguodala and Thaddeus Young added 18 points apiece for Philadelphia, which has won three straight overall and 11 of its last 14 games to move into seventh place in the Eastern Conference.

Chris Wilcox scored 20 points and Kevin Durant scored 10 of his 14 points in the first quarter for the SuperSonics, playing the fourth game of a seven-game road trip.

BOBCATS 108, HAWKS 93: At Charlotte, N.C., Raymond Felton had 23 points and 11 assists, Matt Carroll scored 21 points and the new-look Charlotte Bobcats continued their surprising turnaround. Emeka Okafor added 16 points and 15 rebounds in another balanced effort for the fourth-year Bobcats, who matched a team record with their fourth straight win. Joe Johnson scored 20 points and Al Horford added 18 points and 11 rebounds for Atlanta.

WIZARDS 110, RAPTORS 106 (OT): At Toronto, Antawn Jamison had 25 points and 16 rebounds to lead Washington. Roger Mason added 18 points for the Wizards, who had six players score in double figures. Washington has won five of seven despite missing Gilbert Arenas and Caron Butler.

Jamison scored six of the Wizards' last eight points in overtime.

Andrea Bargnani had 27 points for the Raptors, whose star forward Chris Bosh missed his fourth straight game with a sore right knee.

WARRIORS 134, HEAT 99: At Miami, Stephen Jackson scored 22 points, Al Harrington added 17, Baron Davis had 15 points and 10 assists and Golden State eased past severely short-handed Miami. Miami only had seven available players and was without Dwyane Wade, sidelined by left knee soreness. The Heat played the final 4 1/2 minutes with one available substitute, after Udonis Haslem tweaked a gimpy ankle and retreated to the locker room.

Chris Quinn and Marcus Banks each scored 20 points for the Heat, who lost for the 30th time in their last 33 games.

Monta Ellis scored 16 points and Mickael Pietrus finished with 15 for Golden State.

PISTONS 101, KNICKS 97: At New York, Tayshaun Prince bounced back from a horrendous game in his last trip to Madison Square Garden, scoring 28 points to lead Detroit. Rodney Stuckey added 13 for the Pistons, who rebounded from a 90-78 loss in a showdown of Eastern Conference powers Wednesday in Boston and lowered their magic number to one for clinching their seventh straight playoff berth.

Eddy Curry scored 23 points and Jamal Crawford had 17 for the knicks, who lost their fifth in a row.

CELTICS 116, BULLS 93: At Boston, Paul Pierce scored 22 points and Kevin Garnett added 16 and eight rebounds before the Celtics starters sat out the fourth quarter of their seventh consecutive win. Kendrick Perkins had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Boston, which won its 10th consecutive home game. The Celtics led by 12 after one and 20 after two. Ben Gordon scored 20 points, and Joakim Noah had 10 points and seven rebounds for the Bulls.

HORNETS 107, NETS 96: New Orleans, Chris Paul had 25 points and 16 assists, and New Orleans won its third straight game. In keeping with a growing trend this season, several of Paul's assists came on alley-oop lobs to Tyson Chandler, who finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds as New Orleans won for the fifth time in six games. Richard Jefferson scored 27 and Vince Carter had 19 points and 10 assists for New Jersey.

TRAIL BLAZERS 103, BUCKS 101: At Milwaukee, LaMarcus Aldridge scored 29 points, including a 13-foot jumper with 2.4 seconds remaining, to rally Portland over Milwaukee. Steve Blake had 21 points and Brandon Roy added 20 for the Trail Blazers, who won after trailing by eight points in the fourth quarter. Michael Redd led the short-handed Bucks with 25 points and Charlie Villanueva added 16 points.

TIMBERWOLVES 111, KINGS 103: At Sacramento, Al Jefferson had 21 points and 13 rebounds to help the Minnesota Timberwolves record a rare road win and snap a five-game losing streak with a victory over the slumping Kings. Kevin Martin scored a career-high 48 points and tied the Kings' Sacramento record by hitting 22 of 24 free throws.

LAKERS 119, CLIPPERS 82: At Los Angeles, Derek Fisher scored 17 points, Kobe Bryant had 16 and the Lakers went on a 3-point shooting spree in the second half in a rout of the Clippers.

NUGGETS 109, SPURS 96: At Denver, Allen Iverson scored 29 points despite spraining his right ring finger in the first half and the Nuggets snapped San Antonio's 11-game winning streak.