Dirk Nowitzki led five double-figure scorers last night with 25 points, Erick Dampier had 20 points and 17 rebounds, and the visiting Dallas Mavericks rolled over the Miami Heat, 106-93.
Jason Terry had 16 points, Shawn Marion and Jose Barea 12 each for Dallas, while Barea and Jason Kidd each dealt 10 assists. The Mavericks had 30 assists on 39 field goals.
The Mavs never trailed in the game and are 9-4 on the road, more wins away from home than anyone so far in the Western Conference.
Dwyane Wade scored 28 points and matched a career high with 11 rebounds for the Heat, 2-5 at home since Nov. 10. Udonis Haslem made his first eight shots and finished with 22 points and 10 rebounds for otherwise cool-shooting Miami, which started the game 0-for-10 from the floor.
"They're a good team," said Wade. "It's as simple as that."
In other games:
* At Indianapolis, rookie Tyler Hansbrough scored a season-high 21 points, and Roy Hibbert added a career-best 20 points on his birthday to help the Indiana Pacers beat the New Jersey Nets, 107-91, and snap a six-game losing streak.
Hibbert, 23, also had nine rebounds and three blocks. Troy Murphy added 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Pacers, who were playing their second game without Danny Granger. The team's scoring leader will miss at least 4 weeks with torn tissue on his right heel.
Brook Lopez had 25 points and 14 rebounds for the Nets, who lost their first 18 games of the season, are 2-3 under coach Kiki Vandeweghe.
* At Toronto, Joe Johnson scored 20 points, Jamal Crawford and Maurice Evans each had 15, and the Atlanta Hawks handed the Raptors another double-digit loss, 111-89. Chris Bosh scored 14 and added 10 rebounds for his league-leading 21st double-double for the Raptors.
* At Cleveland, LeBron James scored 33 points, Anderson Varejao had a season-high 22 and the Cavaliers rebounded from consecutive sloppy road losses with a 104-99 win over the hobbled Portland Trail Blazers. James added seven assists, seven rebounds and a soaring block on a shot by Brandon Roy in the closing seconds for the Cavs, who were back home after losing in Memphis and Houston. Roy scored 23, LaMarcus Aldridge 22 and Andre Miller 20 for the Blazers, who dressed just nine players because of injuries.
* At Chicago, Luol Deng scored four of his 21 points in overtime as the Bulls edged the Golden State Warriors, 96-91. Donta Ellis led Golden State with 27 points.
* At New Orleans, Al Harrington scored 28 points, as the Newe York Knicks scored the last 18 points of the game, to beat the Hornets, 113-96. David West scored 20 for New Orleans.
* At Memphis, Kevin Durant had 32 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Oklahoma City Thunder over the Grizzlies, 102-94. Russell Westbrook scored 10 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter as the Thunder snapped the Grizzlies' three-game winning streak. Oklahoma City has won three of four. Zach Randolph had 19 points and 20 rebounds for Memphis.
* At San Antonio, Manu Ginobili had 22 points, Tim Duncan and Richard Jefferson 17 each in the Spurs' 114-85 triumph over the Charlotte Bobcats.
* Orlando coach Stan Van Gundy said it was "no big deal" that Rashard Lewis refused to re-enter the game in the second quarter Thursday night at Utah.
Speaking before the Magic played the Phoenix Suns last night, Van Gundy called the incident "a one-time thing." He said he had never had a disagreement like that in the "couple of hundred" games he has coached Lewis.