* at Miami 98, Indiana 96: The Heat stopped a 15-game skid -- the longest in the NBA this season and the second-longest in franchise history. The Heat led by two with 15.8 seconds left after Udonis Haslem missed a jump shot that could have made it a two-possession game. The Pacers' final play started with 5.8 seconds left, when Dwyane Wade knocked the inbounds pass into the backcourt. Andre Owens picked up the ball, got just past half court and took a desperation shot that wasn't close. "To tell you the truth, it feels like we won a championship," Dorell Wright said. "Been a long time, know what I mean? It's a good feeling and I'm just happy it's over." Wade scored 35 points.
* New Orleans 102, at San Antonio 78: The Hornets won their eighth in a row. The loss ended a three-game winning streak for the Spurs. New Orleans outscored the Spurs, 60-35, in the second half when it took control of the game. Chris Paul's jumper gave the Hornets a 25-point lead with about 4:30 to play. They went up by 26 on Peja Stojakovic's three-point basket with 3:55 left.
* Philadelphia 103, at Charlotte 96: The Bobcats trailed, 98-93, with 2:15 left. They had chances to get closer, but Gerald Wallace missed two shots and then barely hit iron on a three-point attempt. Andre Iguodala, who scored 33 points, secured the win with a breakaway, one-handed windmill dunk with 40.4 seconds left. The Bobcats played without guard Raymond Felton, who sprained his left ankle Friday night during a 90-77 win over Chicago.