MEMPHIS - Travis Outlaw scored 21 points, including the winning six-foot runner as the buzzer sounded, to give the Portland Trail Blazers their first road victory of the season, 106-105, over the Memphis Grizzlies last night.
Rudy Gay scored 30 points, including a sweeping rebound tip with 2.8 seconds left to give Memphis the lead before Outlaw's winning basket.
Raptors 98, Bobcats 79
TORONTO - Kris Humphries and Carlos Delfino both scored 17 points, Joey Graham added 13, and Toronto shrugged off injuries to Chris Bosh, Andrea Bargnani and T.J. Ford to down Charlotte.
Mavericks 103, Bulls 98
CHICAGO - Josh Howard scored 27 points and Dirk Nowitzki had 25 to lift Dallas over Chicago.
Jazz 110, Heat 101
SALT LAKE CITY - Mehmet Okur scored 25 points as Utah handled Miami.
Death of Marbury's father.
Stephon Marbury played the second half of New York's loss to Phoenix on Sunday night unaware that his father had been taken to a hospital, where he died before the game ended.
Don Marbury was taken from Madison Square Garden to St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center during halftime, reportedly because of chest pains. Marbury learned of his father's death from a family friend minutes after the game.
No Olympics for Nash.
Canada still has a chance to play in the Olympics but shouldn't expect any help from Steve Nash. The Phoenix Suns star said on Sunday that he probably would not play for the Canadians next summer, even if they land a spot in the Beijing Games.
Sloan gets extension.