New York It sure seemed like Patrick Ewing's farewell, even if he wasn't ready to admit it.
Ewing made a rare start, made the game's first basket and went out a winner in what might have been his final game at Madison Square Garden as the Orlando Magic defeated the New York Knicks 108-97 Tuesday night.
"I'm just going to wait until after the season to worry about it," Ewing said. "I'll let y'all write about it and others speculate on it, but the decision is my decision and I'm going to make it after the season is over."
Nets 101, Wizards 88
East Rutherford, N.J. Â New Jersey won its first division title since joining the NBA in 1976.
Raptors 84, Hornets 80
Toronto Â Antonio Davis scored 24 points.
76ers 92, Bucks 90
Milwaukee Â Dikembe Mutombo scored 22 points.
Rockets 117, 2 OT
Miami Â Eddie Jones scored 26 points.
Mavs 108, Blazers 96
Dallas Â Michael Finley scored 26 points and Nick Van Exel 19.
Grizzlies 97, Nuggets 86
Memphis, Tenn. Â Stromile Swift had 20 points and nine rebounds.
Suns 99, Sonics 92
Phoenix Â Stephon Marbury had 27 points.
Kings 122, Wolves 103
Sacramento, Calif. Â Chris Webber scored 30 points.
Lakers 112, Jazz 82
Los Angeles Â Kobe Bryant scored 12 of his 22 points after Shaquille O'Neal was ejected in the third quarter.