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November 16, 2008|Associated Press

Boston 102, at Milwaukee 97 (OT): Paul Pierce scored 28 points, Ray Allen added 27 and they accounted for all nine points by the Celtics in overtime. The Bucks, who shot only 36.5%, rallied from 12 points down at the start of the fourth quarter.

at Philadelphia 110, Oklahoma City 85: One night after overcoming a 26-point deficit at Indiana, the 76ers got points from all 12 players and had little trouble dispatching the Thunder, which fell to 1-9. Thaddeus Young made 10 of 15 shots and scored 23 points.

New Jersey 119, at Atlanta 107: Devin Harris scored 33 points, his third consecutive game with more than 30 points, and Vince Carter had 29 as the Nets completed a sweep of the two-day, home-and-home series. New Jersey shot 55% (38 of 69) and set a season high in scoring for the second night in a row.

Portland 88, at Minnesota 83: Brandon Roy, originally drafted by the Timberwolves, scored 26 points, including a driving layup and a fastbreak dunk that put away the game for the Trail Blazers. Greg Oden added 13 points, eight rebounds and three blocks in 23 minutes for Portland as he works his way back from a sprained foot that kept him out for six games.

at Chicago 104, Indiana 91: Derrick Rose scored 23 points, 12 in the third quarter, and had his name mentioned with Michael Jordan. The top pick in the June draft, Rose has scored in double figures in his first 10 games -- the first Bulls rookie to accomplish that since Jordan in the 1984-85 season.

at Houston 91, New Orleans 82: Yao Ming scored 21 points, Tracy McGrady added 18 points and nine rebounds, and the Rockets bottled up Chris Paul. The Hornets' point guard, who came in averaging 22 points, made two of 10 shots and needed to go eight for eight from the foul line to score 12 points.

at Cleveland 105, Utah 93: The Cavaliers improved to 6-0 at home by beating the Jazz, which was without four key players.

Golden State 121, at Clippers 103: Baron Davis had 25 points and 11 assists against his former team and it wasn't nearly enough.

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