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March 26, 2009|Associated Press

at Cleveland 98, New Jersey 87: LeBron James scored 22 points with 11 assists and made all the right moves in the closing minutes as the too-tough-at-home Cavaliers set a franchise record with their 58th win -- and 10th straight.

at Philadelphia 96, Minnesota 88: Andre Iguodala and Royal Ivey made two three-pointers apiece in the fourth quarter for the 76ers, the worst three-point shooting team in the NBA.

at Washington 95, Charlotte 93: The Bobcats wasted a 20-point lead, fell behind by eight midway through the fourth quarter and suffered a missed late free throw that would have tied the game to lose to the eight-man Wizards.

at Toronto 115, Milwaukee 106: Andrea Bargnani scored 23 points and Chris Bosh and Jose Calderon had double-doubles for the Raptors. Toronto made a season-high 12 three-pointers, including six in the second quarter.

at Indiana 90, Miami 88: The Pacers continued their home-court mastery of cold-shooting Dwyane Wade, who had 21 points for the Heat and has never won in Conseco Fieldhouse.

San Antonio 102, at Atlanta 92: Tony Parker scored 42 points and the Spurs, playing without Tim Duncan, ended the Hawks' eight-game home winning streak. Despite the loss, Atlanta clinched its second straight playoff spot.

Denver 101, at New Orleans 88: Chauncey Billups scored 26 points, making four of his five three-pointers in the second half to help the Nuggets pull away.

at Dallas 128, Golden State 106: Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry were a combined 15 of 18 in the first half for the Mavericks and J.J. Barea led a late surge. The Warriors were without second-leading scorer Corey Maggette, who hurt his head in a collision during a loss the night before.

at Phoenix 118, Utah 114: Grant Hill scored 26 points, including a tiebreaking jumper in the lane with 31.5 seconds remaining, to lift the Suns to their season-high sixth straight victory.

Clippers 140, at New York 135 (OT): The Clippers' Mike Taylor more than doubled his career high with 35 points and Zach Randolph added 33 against his former team.

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