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NEW YORK---Indiana recorded the best season
start in franchise history by improving to 7-0
with a 96-91 win over Brooklyn on Saturday.
Among the day s other games, Jeff Green s
buzzer-beating 3-pointer lifted Boston over Miami,
Cleveland also won a nail-biter by downing
Philadelphia in double overtime, and the Los Angeles
Clippers surged past Houston in the second half.
Indiana s Paul George scored 24 points as the
Pacers extended the NBA s only undefeated record.
David West added 18 points and hit the clinching
free throws for the Pacers, who had won their first
six games in 1970-71, when they played in the ABA.
They have the longest winning streak to open an
NBA season since both the Lakers and New Orleans
were 8-0 in 2010-11, according to STATS.
Deron Williams and Joe Johnson each had 17
points for the Nets, who lost at home for the first
time this season.
Boston s Jeff Green received a pass from Gerald
Wallace in the right corner and unleashed his long
shot over the hands of LeBron James for a memorable
winner---which stood up after a video review---in
the 111-110 victory over Miami.
Wallace hit a layup with 1.6 seconds remaining
and fouled Dwyane Wade with 0.6 seconds remain-
ing. Wade missed the first free throw and deliberately
bounced the second attempt off the backboard.
Green finished with 24 points and was 5 of 8 on
3-pointers. Avery Bradley scored 17 points for the
James led Miami with 25 points and 10 assists.
Cleveland s Kyrie Irving scored a season-high 39
points and hit the winning layup with 0.6 seconds
remaining in the second overtime to lift the Cavaliers
to a 127-125 win over Philadelphia.
The Cavaliers called time out with 11.3 seconds
remaining in the second overtime and the scores
tied. Irving, who missed potential game-winning
shots at the end of regulation and the first overtime,
took the inbound pass, avoided a double team near
the top of the key, drove the lane and scored on a
Philadelphia called timeout, but the inbounds
pass went out of bounds.
Evan Turner, whose basket tied the game at the
end of first overtime, led the Sixers with 31 points.
Los Angeles Blake Griffin and JJ Redick scored
22 points apiece as the Clippers used an 18-0 run
in the second half to rally for a 107-94 victory over
Griffin had seven rebounds and Redick shot 8 for
15 from the field for L.A., which shot 14 for 23 on
free throws, but just 9 for 24 on 3-pointers.
Dwight Howard had 21 points and eight rebounds
for the Rockets, but was just 5 for 11 on free throws.
Portland s LaMarcus Aldridge had 22 points and
14 rebounds to lead the Trail Blazers to a 96-85
win over Sacramento.
Wesley Matthews scored 21 points for the Blaz-
ers.DeMarcus Cousins had 15 of his 33 points in the
fourth quarter and also grabbed 12 rebounds to lead
the Kings, who have lost five straight since winning
Toronto s Tyler Hansbrough scored a season-
high 23 points as Toronto snapped a seven-game
home losing streak against Utah and beat the Jazz
Atlanta s Jeff Teague had 19 points and 13 assists
to lead the Hawks past Orlando 104-94.
Dallas Monta Ellis got the best of his former
team, shaking off boos from the crowd while con-
tributing 18 points and five assists to help the Mav-
ericks hold off Milwaukee 91-83.
Memphis Zach Randolph had 23 points and 11
rebounds, and six Grizzlies reached double figures
in the 108-90 rout of Golden State.
Nets to reach 7-0
Indiana Pacers small
George (24) drives
to the net through
Blatche (0) and
shooting guard Alan
Anderson (6) during
the second quarter
of a NBA basketball
game, on Saturday,
at the Barclays
Center in New York.
The Indiana Pacers
Brooklyn Nets, 96-
91. AP PHOTO
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