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Trail Blazers beat Knicks on Roy's buzzer-beater

Portland wins at home, 109-108, as Roy makes a layup as time expires.

February 09, 2009|Associated Press

at Portland 109, New York 108: The Trail Blazers won when Brandon Roy made a finger-roll layup at the buzzer. Travis Outlaw, who scored 23 points, made a jump shot with 31.9 seconds left to pull Portland to within one at 108-107, and the Knicks' Al Harrington missed a layup on the other end.

at Washington 119, Indiana 117: Caron Butler scored 15 straight points, including a game-winning 18-footer at the buzzer, to lead the Wizards over the Pacers. Butler scored 17 points in the fourth quarter and 35 overall. Indiana's Mike Dunleavy Jr. injured his right knee three minutes into the game.

Phoenix 107, at Detroit 97: Steve Nash scored 15 points and had a season-high 21 assists and Amare Stoudemire, the main subject of trade speculation with the NBA's deadline Feb. 19, had 18 points and seven rebounds for the Suns. Richard Hamilton scored 27 points for the Pistons, who have lost 11 of 17.

at New Orleans 101, Minnesota 97: Sean Marks dunked with 7.8 seconds left to cap a career-high 18-point effort and the Hornets overcame the ejection of David West for a flagrant foul to beat the Timberwolves. Al Jefferson led Minnesota with 25 points and 14 rebounds, but he injured his right knee and had to be helped off the court in the final 30 seconds.

at Orlando 101, New Jersey 84: Dwight Howard had 30 points and 16 rebounds for the Magic, which improved to 2-1 since All-Star point guard Jameer Nelson was injured. The Nets played without Vince Carter, who had a hyperextended right elbow.

at Golden State 116, Utah 96: Corey Maggette scored 24 points and Stephen Jackson had 20 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists for the Warriors. Deron Williams had 31 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds for the Jazz.

at Miami 96, Charlotte 92: Dwyane Wade shook off flu-like symptoms to score 22 points while rookie Mario Chalmers scored 16 points and added a career-best 13 assists for the Heat.

at Oklahoma City 116, Sacramento 113: Kevin Durant scored 39 points and the Thunder held off the Kings after blowing a 19-point second-quarter lead.

Lakers 101, at Cleveland 91: The Lakers were 6-0 on their longest trip of the season to date.

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