SAN ANTONIO — Tony Parker scored 19 points and San Antonio beat Boston 104-93 on Wednesday to win its eighth straight overall and remain undefeated at home.

SAN ANTONIO — Tony Parker scored 19 points and San Antonio beat Boston 104-93 on Wednesday to win its eighth straight overall and remain undefeated at home.

Kawhi Leonard had 16 points and Tim Duncan rebounded from a poor outing in San Antonio's previous home game to score 13 points. Boris Diaw had 12 points, Tiago Splitter added 11 points and 10 rebounds and Danny Green 11 points for the Spurs (10-1).

Avery Bradley, Jeff Green and Jared Sullinger each had 19 points for Boston, which has lost five straight.

Heat 120, Magic 92

At Orlando, Fla., LeBron James had 21 points and seven assists, Chris Bosh scored 18 and the Miami Heat beat the Orlando Magic for their fifth straight victory.

James Jones scored 14 of his 17 points in the third quarter, when the Heat turned what was a five-point game into a runaway.

Pacers 103, Knicks 96, OT

At New York, Paul George made three free throws to tie it with 5.2 seconds left in regulation, then scored nine of his season-high 35 points in overtime as Indiana handed New York its sixth straight defeat at home.

New York scored the first 13 points, but this settled into a playoff-type game between teams that met in the postseason last May. And it again went to the Pacers, who bounced back from their first loss after a franchise-record 9-0 start.

Mavericks 123, Rockets 120

At Dallas, Monta Ellis had a season-high 37 points and assisted on the go-ahead basket for Dallas to spoil Dwight Howard's best offensive night for Houston.

Raptors 108, 76ers 98

At Philadelphia, DeMar DeRozan scored 33 points and Rudy Gay had 18 to help Toronto beat Philadelphia.

Wizards 98, Cavaliers 91

At Cleveland, Bradley Beal scored 26 points and Nene added 24 to lead Washington over Cleveland.

John Wall and Martell Webster both scored 15 points for Washington, which took control early and held off Cleveland's late charge.

Bobcats 95, Nets 91

At Charlotte, N.C., Kemba Walker scored a season-high 31 points and Charlotte handed turnover-prone Brooklyn its sixth loss in the past seven games.

Hawks 93, Pistons 85

At Atlanta, Paul Millsap, signed in the offseason to replace Josh Smith, had 19 points to steal the spotlight in Smith's return to Atlanta with Detroit.

Pistons coach Maurice Cheeks was ejected with 2:36 remaining after complaining to an official during a timeout. Brandon Jennings led Detroit with 21 points. Kyle Singler had six points and seven rebounds off the bench.

Clippers 102, Timberwolves 98

At Minneapolis, Blake Griffin had 20 points and 10 rebounds while dominating his matchup with Kevin Love, and Chris Paul scored 16 in the fourth quarter to lead Los Angeles past Minnesota.

Paul finished with 20 points and 11 assists for his 12th straight double-double to open the season, breaking Magic Johnson's previous record of 11 straight in 1990-91. Paul scored 12 straight points for the Clippers in the final 3:41 to hold off another late charge from the Timberwolves.

Grizzlies 88, Warriors 81, OT

At Oakland, Calif., Mike Conley shook off a rough shooting night to make a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 1:36 left in overtime, and Memphis held on to beat Golden State.

Tayshaun Prince added a pair of long jumpers over the final 56 seconds, including an 18-footer with 24.8 seconds remaining to help seal the Grizzlies' 11th consecutive win over the Warriors.

Pelicans 105, Jazz 98

At New Orleans, Anthony Davis had 22 points, nine rebounds and eight blocks to lift New Orleans over struggling Utah for its second consecutive victory.

Kings 113, Suns 106

At Phoenix, DeMarcus Cousins overcame a sore shoulder to score 19 points and grab 12 rebounds, leading Sacramento past Phoenix for its first road win of the season.

The Kings took control in the third quarter, turning a five-point halftime lead into a 14-point advantage. They finished off a back-to-back sweep after beating Phoenix at home on Tuesday night.