The Heat wasted an early 13-0 lead, then rallied from seven points down in the final 90 seconds of the fourth quarter. Ray Allen made three free throws with 8 seconds left in regulation to send it to overtime, after getting fouled by Atlanta's DeMarre Carroll.
Allen finished with 19 points, Mario Chalmers and Chris Andersen each scored 12 and Chris Bosh finished with 11 for the Heat, who played without Dwyane Wade and still beat the Hawks for the ninth straight time.
Kyle Korver scored 15 for the Hawks, who had a chance to win it at the end of overtime, but never got a good look. Chalmers used Miami's foul to give with 2.3 seconds left, sending Atlanta back to the huddle where it used its last time out to draw a play.
MAVERICKS 111, ROCKETS 104
HOUSTON -- Dirk Nowitzki scored 31 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter for Dallas.
Houston cut the lead to six after a 3-pointer by Aaron Brooks with about 3½ minutes left, but Nowitzki knocked down consecutive baskets to push the Mavericks lead to 107-97.
Dallas started the final period by using a 9-4 run powered by three 3-pointers, including two from Jae Crowder, to push the lead to 95-82.
PACERS 103, NETS 86
Stephenson, who recorded his NBA-leading third triple-double of the season Sunday in a rout of Boston, did most of his damage as a scorer, back where he did plenty of it in high school. He became the career scoring leader in New York state, scoring nearly 3,000 points at Abraham Lincoln High School.
Indiana followed its only losing streak of the season by beating Houston and Boston by a combined 60 points, then blew this one open after a competitive first half.
BOBCATS 111, BUCKS 110, OT
Jefferson was 12 of 23 from the field as the Bobcats (14-15) overcame an 18-point first half deficit.
It's the third time in the last four games the Bobcats have come back from at least 16 points down to win.
Brandon Knight had 26 points and 14 assists to lead the Bucks (6-22), who have lost five of their last six games.
KNICKS 103, MAGIC 98
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Carmelo Anthony had 19 points before leaving the game with a sprained left ankle in the third quarter.
New York led by 25 points before having its lead cut all the way to a point in the fourth quarter. Beno Udrih hit six straight free-throws in the final 26 seconds to help preserve the win.
J.R. Smith added 18 points and 10 rebounds.
The Knicks also got a boost from the return of Raymond Felton, who had missed six games with a strained left hamstring. They earned their eight straight victory over the Magic.
The Magic have lost three straight and 11 13.
PISTONS 115, CAVALIERS 92
Jennings also had 13 assists for Detroit, which went ahead for good midway through the first quarter and built a 21-point lead late in the first half. The margin reached 28 points in the fourth quarter as the Pistons rolled to their biggest win of the season.
Kyrie Irving scored 21 points for Cleveland, which last lost four of five.
Cavaliers center Andrew Bynum was scoreless in 22 minutes, missing all 11 shots from the field and getting seven rebounds.
Detroit is 6-10 on its own court and was coming off home losses to Charlotte and Houston, but took control early.
SAN ANTONIO -- Tony Parker had 26 points and eight assists for San Antonio.
Manu Ginobili had 18 points and Danny Green was 4 for 6 on 3-pointers in scoring 14 points for San Antonio (21-7). Kawhi Leonard added 13 points and 10 rebounds after missing Saturday's game due to a dental procedure.
The Raptors had won two straight and four of five entering Monday's game. They got within three or less on numerous occasions in the second half, but couldn't complete the rallies against the Spurs.
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