NEW YORK – Brandon Roy scored 29 points, LaMarcus Aldridge added 20 and the unbeaten Portland Trail Blazers rallied to spoil the New York Knicks’ home opener Saturday night with a 100-95 victory.

Andre Miller had 19 points and 10 assists for the Trail Blazers, who improved to 3-0 by erasing a nine-point deficit in the final 5½ minutes. Aldridge hit the tiebreaking free throw with 25.5 seconds left, and he and Miller made two apiece in the final half-minute.

Wilson Chandler finished with 22 points and 16 rebounds for the Knicks, who made only one field goal after taking a 92-83 lead with 5:31 remaining. Amare Stoudemire scored 18 points but turned it over six times in his home debut.


HAWKS 99, WIZARDS 95: Joe Johnson scored 14 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter and Atlanta remained unbeaten in its home opener.


KINGS 107, CAVALIERS 104: Tyreke Evans scored 21 points and Sacramento rallied at Cleveland.


GRIZZLIES 109, TIMBER-WOLVES 89: O.J. Mayo scored 29 points and Memphis had a franchise-record 22 steals at home.


PACERS 99, 76ERS 86: Danny Granger scored 22 points and Indiana won its home opener at Indianapolis.


HORNETS 99, SPURS 90: Chris Paul scored 25 points and visiting New Orleans emerged as the only unbeaten team in the Southwest Division.


BUCKS 98, BOBCATS 88: Brandon Jennings had his first career triple-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists for Milwaukee at home.


NUGGETS 107, ROCKETS 94: Al Harrington scored 28 points, Carmelo Anthony added 24 and Denver won at Houston.


BULLS 101, PISTONS 91: Derrick Rose matched a career high with 39 points and Chicago, down by 21 points early in the third quarter, rallied at home.


NOTES: A team spokesman said the Portland Trail Blazers won’t offer a contract extension to the former No. 1 overall pick, Greg Oden, before the Monday deadline. Detroit ruled out point guard Will Bynum for a second straight game because of a hamstring injury. Point guard Mo Williams missed Cleveland’s game against Sacramento because of a groin injury. Point guard Stephen Curry missed Golden State’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers because of a sprained right ankle.