NEW YORK – Raymond Felton’s tie-breaking 3-pointer bounced on the rim five times and finally went in with 2.7 seconds left, giving the New York Knicks a 113-110 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night that extended their winning streak to six.

Amare Stoudemire extended his 30-point streak to six games in sensational fashion, scoring 18 of his 34 points in the fourth quarter and grabbing 14 rebounds. His jumper gave New York a 110-107 lead with 57 seconds remaining.

But after Andrea Bargnani tied it with a 3-pointer, Felton took a 3 that also hit the backboard once before dropping through.

Felton finished with 28 points and 11 assists, scoring 20 in the first half to carry the Knicks before Stoudemire got rolling.

Bargnani had a career-high 41 points for the Raptors, who have lost three straight.

Danilo Gallinari scored 20 for the Knicks, who have won 11 of 12 and improved to 14-9, their best mark since finishing the 2000-01 season 48-34. The six-game winning streak is their longest since also winning six straight in January 2006.

Stoudemire won his second Eastern Conference player of the week award last week and could be headed toward a third after moving within one of the franchise record of seven straight 30-point outings.

The Knicks threw it to him on nearly every possession down the stretch, but Bargnani never let the Knicks get ahead by more than six in the final quarter.

Bargnani’s free throws gave Toronto a 49-36 lead with 5:34 remaining in the half, but Felton quickly wiped that away. He sandwiched a layup between two three-point plays, and followed Wilson Chandler’s 3-pointer with one of his own to bring New York within 53-50.

Felton finished the half by setting up Stoudemire for a layup, sending the Knicks to the locker room with a 59-57 edge.

BULLS 88, CAVALIERS 83: Derrick Rose scored 29 points, including a three-point play that put Chicago ahead for good with 39.2 seconds to play, and the visiting Bulls handed Cleveland its sixth straight loss.

THUNDER 111, TIMBERWOLVES 103: Kevin Durant scored 30 points, including 20 in the second half, and grabbed 11 rebounds as Oklahoma City came from 19 points down to beat Minnesota at Minneapolis.

Kevin Love posted his eighth straight double-double with 22 points and 21 rebounds for Minnesota.

HORNETS 93, PISTONS 74: David West scored 25 points, Chris Paul had 14 assists and New Orleans won at home.

West had 23 in the first three quarters as the Hornets built a commanding lead that was never threatened in the final period by Detroit, which has lost six of its last seven.

BUCKS 97, PACERS 95: Andrew Bogut tipped in an inbounds pass from Luc Richard Mbah a Moute as time expired, lifting Milwaukee past visiting Indiana.

SPURS 111, WARRIORS 94: Tony Parker had 19 points and nine assists, and San Antonio beat visiting Golden State to set a franchise record for best start to a season at 18-3.

HEAT 111, JAZZ 98: LeBron James scored 33 points, Dwyane Wade added 28 and Miami outscored Utah by 14 in the fourth quarter to win at Salt Lake City and extend is winning streak to six games.

NOTES: The NBA players association has told its members the league has not moved off its original negotiating position and reiterated it would not accept a hard salary cap or the massive salary rollbacks being sought.