>Wednesday's top games
Orlando 111, Indiana 96: Dwight Howard had 19 points and 16 rebounds for the Magic, which made 16 of 34 three-pointers and shot 50 percent from the field. The Pacers have lost six straight.
New Jersey 93, Memphis 88: Devin Harris scored nine of his 13 points in the fourth quarter as the Nets rallied. Zach Randolph added 20 points and 16 rebounds in posting his career-high 12th consecutive double-double for the Grizzlies.
Philadelphia 107, Toronto 94: Marreese Speights scored 17 of his season-high 23 points in the second quarter and the 76ers won their third in a row while the Raptors' losing streak reached nine, their longest since a 10-game slide March 26-April 12, 2006.
Denver 109, Detroit 100: Ex-Piston Chauncey Billups scored 26 points, including a trio of three-pointers late in the game, and the Nuggets won in Detroit for the first time since 1995.
Milwaukee 98, Atlanta 90: Earl Boykins scored 11 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, and the Bucks went on a 22-3 run to start the fourth and stopped Atlanta's road winning streak at six.
Oklahoma City 118, Minnesota 117 (OT): Kevin Durant had career highs of 47 points and 18 rebounds, and the Thunder overcame a 31-point, 21-rebound night from Kevin Love to beat the Timberwolves.
Houston 96, L.A. Clippers 83: Kyle Lowry scored 20 points, Chuck Hayes grabbed 11 rebounds and led Houston's stingy defense on rookie star Blake Griffin, who was held to just 14 points.
Charlotte 114, Phoenix 107: Stephen Jackson scored 16 of his 23 points in the second half and the Bobcats won for the fourth time in five games.
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Bosh out tonight: Heat forward Chris Bosh is not traveling with Miami for tonight's game against the New York Knicks because of his sprained left ankle. Bosh was hurt Jan. 15 in a loss to Chicago and has not played since.
Knicks most valuable: The New York Knicks have overtaken the Los Angeles Lakers as the NBA's most valuable franchise, and 17 of the 30 teams are estimated to have lost money last season, according to Forbes Magazine. The Knicks' value rose 12 percent from $586 million to $655 million, while the Lakers are at $643 million.
Compiled from News and wire service reports.