at Cleveland 94, Memphis 79: The Cavaliers never trailed, making for a relatively easy night for LeBron James, the NBA's second-leading scorer. James scored 15 points in 30 minutes and didn't play the fourth quarter. Rudy Gay and Hakim Warrick scored 13 points apiece for the Grizzlies, who lost their fifth straight game.
at Toronto 118, Minnesota 110: Chris Bosh and Andrea Bargnani each scored 26 points and Anthony Parker had 24 in the Raptors' 10th consecutive victory over the Timberwolves. Randy Foye scored 25 points for Minnesota; Kevin Love had 11 points in the first quarter but finished with just 15.
at Chicago 120, Orlando 102: The three Bulls acquired at the trade deadline combined for 37 points in their home debuts: Tim Thomas had 17 points, John Salmons 11 and Brad Miller had nine points, seven rebounds and five assists. The Bulls shot a season-high 56.5%, scoring the most points by a Magic opponent this season.
at Houston 98, Portland 94: The Rockets won their eighth straight home game and fifth in a row overall, both season-best streaks, as they moved past the Trail Blazers into fourth place in the Western Conference standings.