Portland, Ore. — Paul Pierce scored 37, Wally Szczerbiak added 25, and the Boston Celtics beat the short-handed Portland Trail Blazers, 102-96, Friday night.
Ryan Gomes added 13 points and a season-high 17 rebounds for the Celtics.
Rookie Martell Webster had 17 of his season-high 24 in the first half to lead the Blazers.
Portland was playing with just nine players.
Pistons 95, Bulls 87
Chicago - Chauncey Billups scored 17, and Antonio McDyess tied a season-high with 16 to lift Detroit.
76ers 116, Bucks 111
Milwaukee - Kyle Korver scored a career-high 31, and Allen Iverson added 30, passing Julius Erving the NBA's career scoring list.
Wizards 102, Cavaliers 94
Cleveland - Gilbert Arenas scored 26 for Washington.
Magic 102, Sonics 89
Orlando, Fla. - Dwight Howard had 23 points and 16 rebounds against Seattle. Nick Collison returned to Seattle for the birth of his child.
Hawks 117, Pacers 112, OT
Indianapolis - Joe Johnson matched his career high with 40 points.
Nets 94, Knicks 90
New York - The Knicks allowed the first 10 points and trailed the rest of the way.
Nuggets 102, T'wolves 101, OT
Minneapolis - Carmelo Anthony scored 30.
Spurs 83, Grizzlies 80
Memphis, Tenn. - Tim Duncan had 19 points and 16 boards.
Rockets 91, Warriors 88
Houston - Yao Ming and Juwan Howard each scored 22.
Clippers 102, Lakers 83
Los Angeles - Elton Brand scored 24 of his 32 points in the second half.