15-point combined quarter sets record
The New York Knicks beat the Magic, 80-79, on Saturday at Orlando, Fla., in a game that had the lowest-scoring quarter in NBA history. The teams combined to score only 15 points — eight for New York, seven for Orlando — in the second quarter, breaking the mark of 18.
Cole Aldrich had a career-high 19 points and 14 rebounds to help the Knicks win for the second time in 13 games. Tim Hardaway Jr. made a late three-pointer that proved to the winner.
Victor Oladipo had 21 points for the Magic.
Toronto 107, at Miami 104: Lou Williams scored 29 points and the Raptors put the Heat on the brink of playoff elimination. Toronto clinched home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. Dwyane Wade had 30 for the Heat. at Chicago 114, Philadelphia 107: Pau Gasol had 24 points and 13 rebounds and Derrick Rose had 22 points and eight assists in 28 minutes for the Bulls. Robert Covington led Philadelphia with 22 points. at Golden State 110, Minnesota 101: Stephen Curry scored 20 of his 34 points in the first half and Klay Thompson made three threepointers in the last four minutes as the Warriors broke their franchise record with their 37th home win.
at Clippers 94, Memphis 86