Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Kemba Walker had 31 points, eight rebounds and five assists and the Charlotte Bobcats held off the Memphis Grizzlies, 92-89, on Saturday night. Mike Conley was unable to hit on a pair of potentially game-tying 3-point attempts in the final 10.7 seconds, the latter which rimmed out at the horn. Walker was 9-of-20 from the field and made all 10 of his free throws for Charlotte, which has won four straight. Josh McRoberts was the only other Bobcat in double figures with 12. Conley finished with 16 points, five assists and five boards, while Zach Randolph added 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Grizzlies, who had their four-game winning streak snapped.
Final Score: Washington 94, New Orleans 93
Washington, DC (SportsNetwork.com) - Nene matched a season high with 30 points and won the game for Washington with a last-second dunk, as the Wizards edged the New Orleans Pelicans 94-93 on Saturday. After Pelicans star Anthony Davis made a pair of free throws with seven seconds left to give the visitors a one- point edge, John Wall took it upon himself to make a play at the other end. Out of a timeout, Wall penetrated and got multiple defenders in the air before dropping off a pass to Nene, whose one-handed slam went through the rim with 0.3 seconds showing. Marcin Gortat notched 16 points and 10 boards while Wall finished with 10 and 12 assists in Washington's fifth straight triumph over the Pelicans. Andre Miller, acquired from the Denver Nuggets on Thursday, recorded five points and three assists off the bench in his debut. Davis led New Orleans with 26 points and 11 rebounds, while Anthony Morrow shot 7-for-8 and hit all three attempts from 3-point land to contribute 18 points off the bench.
Final Score: Atlanta 107, New York 98
Atlanta, GA (SportsNetwork.com) - Mike Scott racked up a career-high 30 points and Jeff Teague had 28, with the duo's efforts allowing the Atlanta Hawks to halt an eight-game losing streak with a 107-98 win over the New York Knicks at Philips Arena. Scott drained an impressive 6-of-7 3-point attempts and finished 11-of-14 from the field in just 30 minutes off the bench. Teague, who sat out Friday's setback at Detroit with a sprained ankle, added six assists in Atlanta's first victory since Feb. 1. The Hawks also received 24 points from DeMarre Carroll and 14 from Louis Williams in handing New York its fifth loss in six games. The Knicks concluded a four-game road trip at 1-3. Carmelo Anthony continued his recent scoring binge with a 35-point effort in defeat, with Raymond Felton registering 16 points and 10 assists for the Knicks.
Final Score: Dallas 113, Detroit 102
Auburn Hills, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - Dirk Nowitzki led six Dallas players in double figures with 24 points as the Mavericks took a 113-102 win over the Detroit Pistons. Vince Carter added 18 points while Monta Ellis, Samuel Dalembert and Shawn Marion each finished with double-doubles for the Mavericks, winners in three of their last four. Ellis had 12 points and 13 assists, Dalembert scored 12 and pulled down 11 boards and Marion scored 10 and grabbed 11 rebounds. Josh Smith finished with 32 points on 14-of-20 shooting and Greg Monroe scored 17 points and 17 boards for the Pistons, losers in four of their last five.
Final Score: Indiana 110, Milwaukee 100
Milwaukee, WI (SportsNetwork.com) - The trio of Paul George, David West and Lance Stephenson combined for 86 of Indiana's 110 points as the Pacers topped the Milwaukee Bucks 110-100 on Saturday at the Bradley Center. George poured in a game-high 32 points after connecting on 5-of-7 shots from behind the arc, West tallied 30 points on 11-of-16 shooting and Stephenson flirted with a triple-double, contributing 24 points, nine rebounds and eight assists. Indiana's newest additions Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen, who were acquired in a trade from Philadelphia on Thursday, were unable to play because they had not passed a physical prior to the game. Both are expected to debut when the Pacers host the LA Lakers on Feb. 25. Brandon Knight dropped 30 points with eight assists in Milwaukee's sixth loss in its last seven games. Nine different bucks netted at least six points, including all five reserves that took the court.
Final Score: Minnesota 121, Utah 104
Salt Lake City, UT (SportsNetwork.com) - Kevin Love recorded his first career triple-double with 37 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in Minnesota's 121-104 domination of the Utah Jazz. Love, who had 42 points and 16 rebounds in a win against Indiana on Wednesday, made 6-of-10 3-point shots against the Jazz. Ricky Rubio added 15 points and seven assists, while Chase Budinger and Corey Brewer both scored 13 in Minnesota's third straight win, which equals a season-best. Enes Kanter had a career-high 25 points to pace Utah. The Jazz, who lost for the third consecutive time, received 16 points from Trey Burke, 15 from Alec Burks and 14 from Richard Jefferson.
Final Score: Sacramento 105, Boston 98
Sacramento, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Isaiah Thomas tallied 21 points with 12 assists and seven Kings scored in double figures in Sacramento's 105-98 win over the ailing Boston Celtics on Friday. Rudy Gay netted 22 points, DeMarcus Cousins had 13 and Ben McLemore scored 11 for the Kings, who had lost four of five starting with a 10-point loss in Boston on Feb. 7. Jason Thompson, Derrick Williams and Carl Landry all added 10 points while Cousins' streak of 15 straight games with a blocked shot came to an end. Jeff Green shot just 7- for-25 from the floor but made 13 free throws and paced Boston with 29 points while Kris Humphries, who replaced Jared Sullinger in the starting unit after he suffered a mild concussion in the fourth quarter of Friday's loss to the Lakers, scored 19 with a game-high eight rebounds. Star point guard Rajon Rondo also missed the tilt to rest his surgically repaired right knee.
Final Score: Golden State 93, Brooklyn 86
Oakland, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Jermaine O'Neal had a season-high 23 points to go with 13 rebounds and the Golden State Warriors defeated the Brooklyn Nets, 93-86, on Saturday night. Draymond Green tallied 18 points and 10 rebounds, while Stephen Curry added 17 points, eight assists and five rebounds for the Warriors, who have won three straight. Deron Williams had 20 points and six assists for Brooklyn, which had won three of its last four coming in.