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new york» Randy Foye made a 3-pointer to beat the buzzer and give the Nets a 120-118 vic­tory over the Hor­nets on Mon­day.

The Nets over­came the loss of Jeremy Lin and a 14-point deficit in the third quar­ter to stop a five-game los­ing streak. Bo­jan Bog­danovic led Brook­lyn with 26 points, Sean Kil­patrick had 23, and Brook Lopez scored 10 of his 21 points in the fourth quar­ter.

Ni­co­las Ba­tum had 24 points and Jeremy Lamb added 17 for Char­lotte, but Kemba Walker was score­less in the fourth quar­ter.


Otto Porter scored 32 points and grabbed 13 re­bounds, John Wall had 18 points and a sea­son-high 16 as­sists, and the Wizards came from be­hind to beat the Bucks 107-102. Bradley Beal scored 22 points as Wash­ing­ton went on a 15-2 fourth-quar­ter run. … Aaron Gor­don scored 30 points, and Serge Ibaka and El­frid Pay­ton had 16 apiece to help the Magic beat the Griz­zlies 112-102. Seven play­ers reached dou­ble fig­ures for the Magic. … To­bias Har­ris scored 21 points and the Pis­tons snapped a five-game los­ing streak by beat­ing the Cava­liers 106-90, while LeBron James sat out rest­ing. James missed his third game of the sea­son, and Cleve­land has lost all three. … Karl-An­thony Towns had 22 points and 11 re­bounds, and Zach LaVine hit six 3-point­ers to lead the Timberwolves to a 104-90 vic­tory over the Hawks. LaVine scored 21 points. … James Har­den had 32 points and 12 as­sists in three quar­ters and the Rock­ets never trailed in a 131-115 win over the Suns. It was the 12th 30-point game this sea­son for Har­den. … Dwyane Wade scored 21 points, Nikola Mirotic added a sea­son­high 20 and the Bulls sur­vived for a 90-85 vic­tory over the Pac­ers. … An­thony Davis had 28 points and 16 re­bounds, and the Pel­i­cans beat the Mav­er­icks 111-104. … Kyle Lowry scored 27 points and the Rap­tors won their fran­chise-best sev­enth con­sec­u­tive road game with a 95-91 vic­tory over the Trail


League re­veals two missed calls. The NBA said two calls were missed in the fi­nal mo­ments of Cleve­land’s win over Golden State on Sun­day, and both aided the Cava­liers in what be­came their one-point vic­tory. The league said Cleve­land star LeBron James should have been as­sessed a tech­ni­cal foul for de­lib­er­ately hang­ing on the rim after his dunk with 1:43 re­main­ing, and Cava­liers for­ward Richard Jefferson should have been called for foul­ing the Warriors’ Kevin Du­rant on the game’s fi­nal play. The As­so­ci­ated Press

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