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November 27, 2008|associated press

at Cleveland 117, Oklahoma City 82: With the Cavaliers taking a 66-32 halftime lead, LeBron James played only 17 minutes, tying his career low. The Thunder lost its 13th game in a row.

Orlando 96, at Philadelphia 94: Rashard Lewis scored 19 points and made the go-ahead three-point shot with 4.7 seconds left for the Magic. The 76ers, without any timeouts, could manage only Andre Miller's 40-footer at the buzzer that came up short.

at Detroit 110, New York 96: The Pistons had eight players score between 10 and 17 points, and Coach Michael Curry didn't have to play any of his starters more than 31 minutes.

Phoenix 110, at Minnesota 102: Shaquille O'Neal, who sat out Tuesday's game, had 18 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks to lead the Suns. Al Jefferson had 28 points and 17 rebounds for the Timberwolves, including a franchise-record 12 on the offensive end.

at San Antonio 98, Chicago 88: The Spurs made it six wins in seven games as Tim Duncan scored 21 points and rookie George Hill had 19 points and 11 rebounds. The Bulls have lost four of six on a seven-game trip.

Indiana 91, at Houston 90: Danny Granger tipped in his own miss with 13 seconds left and the Pacers rallied from 10 points down in the fourth quarter. Houston's Yao Ming needed four stitches for a cut over his right eye.

at Utah 117, Memphis 100: Jazz point guard Deron Williams had 11 points and 15 assists in his return to the lineup after missing seven games because of a sprained ankle.

at Portland 106, Miami 68: The Trail Blazers scored a season-high 37 points in the first quarter and led by as many as 40 points.

at Toronto 93, Charlotte 86: Chris Bosh had 39 points and 11 rebounds and the Raptors shut down Bobcats guards D.J. Augustin and Raymond Felton.

New Jersey 116, at Sacramento 114 (OT): Keyon Dooling made two three-pointers in overtime as the Nets overcame 38 points from John Salmons.

at Atlanta 102, Milwaukee 96: Al Horford scored 21 points and converted a key three-point play to protect a late lead, leading the Hawks to their third victory in four games.

Denver 106, at Clippers 105: Marcus Camby missed a long jumper at the buzzer that would have won it.

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