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SAN ANTONIO---Houston held on
against San Antonio s furious second-
half rally to beat the Spurs 112-106 on
Saturday, closing the gap between the
Southwest Division rivals to 1-1/2
In the day s other important matches,
Minnesota also held strong at the finish
to win at Dallas, the much-improved
Washington downed Atlanta, and Brook-
lyn deepened Memphis home-court
woes. Houston s James Harden scored
31 points and Chandler Parsons had 25
to lead five Rockets in double figures.
Tony Parker had 27 points for the
Spurs, who have lost two of three after
a 13-1 start. The hosts outscored Houston
39-26 to open the second half but could
not make up the entire deficit.
Minnesota s Kevin Martin had 27
points with some key late basket, helping
the Timberwolves beat Dallas 112-106.
Kevin Love had his usual double-double
for the Timberwolves, who snapped a
three-game losing streak.
Martin made two free throws with
just under six minutes left to put Min-
nesota up 94-90. Ricky Rubio then had
a steal that led to a long fast-break
jumper by Martin, who later beat the
shot clock with a jumper and then added
a 3-pointer. That stretched the lead to
103-92, matching its largest, with 3:12
left. All five starters scored in double
figures for Minnesota, which had lost
five of its previous six games.
Monta Ellis scored 26 points for the
Washington s John Wall had 26 points
and 12 assists to lead the Wizards to a
108-101 win over Atlanta. Trevor Ariza
scored 24 points and made five three-
pointers for the Wizards, who finished
with eight wins in November for the
first time in 29 years.
Paul Millsap had 23 points and 10
rebounds for Atlanta, which cut an 18-
point, third-quarter deficit to two with
9:42 left, but could not get closer.
Brooklyn s Joe Johnson scored 26
points to lead the Nets to a 97-88 win
over Memphis. Brook Lopez added 12
of his 20 in the fourth quarter for the
Nets, who led by as many as 16 points
in the fourth quarter, saw that advantage
sliced to just one, but steadied to take
Quincy Pondexter returned after miss-
ing two matches to score a career-high
22 points for the Grizzlies, who have
lost four in a row at home. Cleveland s
Andrew Bynum and Dion Waiters each
scored 20 points as the Cavaliers held
off a late rally and beat Chicago 97-93.
Utah rookie Trey Burke had the biggest
game of his NBA career, scoring 20
points to lead seven Utah players in dou-
ble figures as the Jazz defeated Phoenix
112-104 to post their first road victory
of the season. (AP)
Rockets hold on
to beat Spurs
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