MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Zach Randolph had 20 points and 15 rebounds, Marc Gasol added 24 points and the Memphis Grizzlies handed the New York Knicks their first loss of the season with a 105-95 victory on Friday night.
Rudy Gay scored 17 points and blocked four shots, and Mike Conley added 16 points and eight assists as Memphis won its seventh straight. The Grizzlies own the NBA's best record for the first time in franchise history at 7-1.
Carmelo Anthony scored 20 points for New York, which was trying to start 7-0 for the first time since the 1993-94 team that reached the NBA Finals. Raymond Felton scored 18 points and handed out five assists. Rasheed Wallace scored 13 points, shooting 6 of 10.
The Knicks shot 51 percent for the game, but Memphis had 12 offensive rebounds, leading to a 22-12 advantage in second-chance points.
THUNDER 110, HORNETS 95
Serge Ibaka added 15 for Oklahoma City, which shot 54 percent (40 of 74) and built leads as big as 30 points in the first half and 34 in the second, allowing the starters to rest for the entire fourth quarter. Thabo Sefolosha scored 11 points, while Russell Westbrook had 10 points and 12 assists.
Oklahoma City made 14 3-pointers, with Martin hitting six of 11 and Durant four of five.
WARRIORS 106, TIMBERWOLVES 98
MINNEAPOLIS -- David Lee had 18 points and 13 rebounds and Golden State dominated inside in the victory.
Alexey Shved had 22 points and seven assists and Derrick Williams had 23 points and seven rebounds for the Timberwolves (5-4), who are starting to succumb to the injuries that have ravaged them early this season.
Harrison Barnes had 18 points and nine rebounds and the Warriors outrebounded Minnesota 50-34. They led 90-76 with eight minutes to play, but as they've done all season, the scrappy Wolves clawed back in it.
Shved's runner cut it to 92-89 with four minutes to go, but the short-handed Wolves just didn't have enough in the tank to finish it off.
HAWKS 112, KINGS 96
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Kyle Korver scored 22 points, reserve Lou Williams had 21 and the Hawks earned their ninth consecutive win against the Kings.
The Hawks carried an 86-70 lead into the fourth quarter and maintained at least an 11-point lead the rest of the way.
Jason Thompson had 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Kings, who have lost four straight.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins returned after he was suspended the previous two games for a verbal altercation with San Antonio TV analyst Sean Elliott. Cousins, who was whistled for a technical foul in the third quarter, had nine points, 16 rebounds and seven assists, but missed 11 of 15 shots.
76ERS 99, JAZZ 93
PHILADELPHIA -- Jrue Holiday scored 26 points to help the Sixers snap a three-game home losing streak.
The Sixers (5-4) dropped the first two games of a five-game homestand to Milwaukee and previously winless Detroit before bouncing back against Utah.
Before the game, injured Sixers center Andrew Bynum said he had suffered a "setback" in his return from a knee injury. Bynum said he now has swelling and a bone bruise on both knees and his target date of Dec. 10 for basketball activities is in limbo.
PACERS 103, MAVERICKS 83
West and Hill, Indiana's top two scorers, had combined for 5-for-19 shooting and 10 points in Wednesday's loss to Milwaukee.
The Pacers shot 47 percent from the field in their first blowout win of the season. They had gone six games without scoring at least 100 points.
MAGIC 110, PISTONS 106
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- J.J. Redick scored 23 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 42.8 seconds left, and Orlando got the win on the road.
Arron Afflalo scored 19 and Jameer Nelson added 13 points and 10 assists for Orlando, which had each of its starters score in double figures. Glen Davis had 17 points and 13 rebounds, and Nikola Vucevic finished with 11 points and 13 boards.
The Magic (3-5) began the day averaging just 88 points a game, but scored 66 in the second half after trailing by as many as 13.
Greg Monroe had 23 points for Detroit, which has dropped nine of its first 10 games. The Pistons were coming off a 94-76 victory at Philadelphia on Wednesday night that snapped a franchise-worst 0-8 start.
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