INDIANAPOLIS — Monta Ellis scored 26 points and the Indiana Pacers beat Atlanta 93-87 on Monday night, ending the Hawks’ six-game winning streak.

Ellis had 15 points in the first half, and Ian Mahinmi finished with 13 points and nine rebounds.

With the Pacers leading by three, Ellis pulled up for a 3-point attempt with 16 seconds to play. The ball bounced off the rim, but Mahinmi was waiting for a tip-in that gave Indiana a five-point lead.

NETS 111, HEAT 105: Wayne Ellington tied a career best with seven 3-pointers and scored 26 points, Brook Lopez added 26 points and 12 rebounds, and Brooklyn rallied from 16 points down in the third quarter to win at Miami.

Jarrett Jack scored 18 for the Nets, who had lost seven consecutive games to the Heat.

CLIPPERS 108, WIZARDS 91: Chris Paul scored 23 points, reserve Jamal Crawford added 21 and Los Angeles again overcame Blake Griffin’s absence, winning at Washington.

DeAndre Jordan had 15 points and 13 rebounds for the Clippers.

John Wall had 23 points and 11 assists, and Marcin Gortat added 12 points and 16 rebounds as the Wizards’ four-game win streak was snapped.

MAGIC 104, PELICANS 89: Nik Vucevic scored 28 points and matched his career high with seven assists, leading Orlando to a win at home.

Evan Fournier had 20 points, Tobias Harris added 14 and Andrew Nicholson scored 13 for the Magic, who used a pair of surges early in the third and fourth quarters to pull away.

HORNETS 108, LAKERS 98: Kemba Walker scored 18 of his 38 points in the fourth quarter, as host Charlotte defeated Los Angeles in Kobe Bryant’s final game against the team that drafted him – and promptly traded him – nearly 20 years ago.

P.J. Hairston and Jeremy Lin each scored 13 points for Charlotte.

BULLS 104, RAPTORS 97: Tony Snell and Pau Gasol each had 22 points, Derrick Rose added 20 and host Chicago pulled away late for the win.

NOTES

SUNS: Phoenix, which has lost 15 of its last 20 games, fired assistant coaches Mike Longabardi and Jerry Sichting.

Nate Bjorkgren was promoted to take Longabardi’s job as defensive coordinator. Assistant Earl Watson also was promoted to a bench coach position.

GRIZZLIES: The NBA suspended forward Matt Barnes two games without pay for what the league said was a “physical altercation” with Derek Fisher and for “threatening” the New York Knicks coach in an October incident.

The NBA announced the suspension Monday.

The league investigated the Oct. 3 altercation in Redondo Beach, California, between Barnes and Fisher – former teammates with the Los Angeles Lakers from 2010-12.

The Grizzlies had just wrapped up a week of training camp, and a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press in October the incident occurred while Fisher attended a gathering at the home of Barnes’ estranged wife.