15-point com­bined quar­ter sets record

Los Angeles Times - - NBA - Utah 111, at Port­land 105: The Jazz’s Trevor Booker scored a ca­reer-high 36 points as the Trail Blaz­ers’ hopes for home-court ad­van­tage in the play­offs ended.

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

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