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November 29, 2008|Associated Press

at Toronto 93, Atlanta 88: Chris Bosh had 30 points and 10 rebounds for the Raptors, after arriving at the arena less than an hour before the game because he spent 50 minutes stuck in an elevator at his downtown condominium.

at Cleveland 112, Golden State 97: LeBron James scored 23 points, Zydrunas Ilgauskas scored a season-high 21 and the Cavaliers matched their best home start in franchise history at 9-0.

at Boston 102, Philadelphia 78: Ray Allen scored 23 points and Kevin Garnett had 16 to lead the Celtics to their seventh straight victory. The 76ers had their lowest-scoring game and first half (28) of the season.

Charlotte 115, at Indiana 108 (OT): The Bobcats' Raymond Felton tied a career high with 31 points. Danny Granger of the Pacers had a season-high 35 points.

at Detroit 107, Milwaukee 97: Allen Iverson, who didn't start as punishment for missing a mandatory Pistons practice on Thanksgiving, scored 17 points as a reserve. He apologized Friday morning.

Minnesota 105, at Oklahoma City 103: Mike Miller made the winning jumper from the baseline with 0.1 seconds left to hand the Thunder its franchise record-tying 14th straight loss.

at San Antonio 109, Memphis 98: The Spurs' Tony Parker, playing in his first game in three weeks, had 15 points and seven assists.

Miami 107, at Phoenix 92: It was the first matchup between the teams since the Shaquille O'Neal for Shawn Marion blockbuster trade last February, but neither were a factor, as Dwyane Wade scored a season-high 41 points for the Heat. The Suns' Steve Nash sat out the game because of a bruised right thigh.

at Utah 120, Sacramento 94: The Jazz outscored the Kings, 44-17, in the third quarter, going 16 for 19 from the floor and making 10 of 13 free throws.

at Portland 101, New Orleans 86: The Trail Blazers used a 17-point, second-half run to win and improve to 7-0 this season at the Rose Garden, their best start at home since they went 9-0 in the 1998-99 season.

at Lakers 114, Dallas 107: Kobe Bryant scored a season-high 35 points as the Lakers overcome early struggles on both offense and defense.

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