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November 15, 2009|Associated Press

at Miami 81, New Jersey 80: Dwyane Wade's three-point basket with 0.1 of a second left led the Heat over the winless Nets (0-10).

Oklahoma City 101, at San Antonio 98: Kevin Durant scored 25 points and the Thunder spoiled the return of Tim Duncan and Tony Parker.

Detroit 106, at Washington 103: Ben Gordon scored 29 points, Charlie Villanueva had 25, and the Pistons held the Wizards to one field goal over the final five minutes.

Portland 80, at Charlotte 74: The Trail Blazers used a 31-7 run over the second and third quarters to turn the game around. Brandon Roy had 25 points for Portland.

at Atlanta 121, New Orleans 98: Joe Johnson scored 26 points and the Hawks won their fourth in row by defeating the reeling Hornets, who were without Chris Paul (sprained ankle).

at Indiana 113, Boston 104: Danny Granger scored 29 points, making six of nine three-point shots, and Dahntay Jones had a season-high 25.

at Cleveland 107, Utah 103: LeBron James' three-point play with 28 seconds remaining lifted the Cavaliers. Shaquille O'Neal didn't play because of a strained shoulder.

at Memphis 97, Minnesota 87: The Grizzlies ended a losing streak at seven games and extended the Timberwolves' losing streak to 10 as Marc Gasol scored 17 points and matched his career high with 16 rebounds. The Grizzlies also signed point guard Jamaal Tinsley.

at Chicago 94, Philadelphia 88: Luol Deng and Kirk Hinrich each scored 19 points, and the Bulls hung on after losing two in a row.

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