ATLANTA — Tim Hardaway Jr. made a tying 3-pointer with 3.3 seconds remaining in regulation and scored nine points in overtime, including the go-ahead free throw, to lift the Atlanta Hawks to a 114-112 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday night.

Hardaway made the first of two free throws with 10.8 seconds remaining in overtime for a 113-112 lead. Paul Millsap grabbed the missed free throw before Dennis Schroder also made only one of two attempts with 3.9 seconds remaining.

Millsap scored a season-high 32 points and had 13 rebounds for the Hawks, who snapped a string of 11 straight losses to San Antonio since 2010.

Kawhi Leonard missed a last-second layup for San Antonio in overtime. Leonard also had a potential winning short jumper spin around the rim before falling out to end regulation.

PACERS 117, MAGIC 104: Myles Turner had 23 points and 12 rebounds to lead host Indiana to a victory over Orlando.

Paul George added 19 points for the Pacers (17-18), who have won two straight after a season-worst four-game losing streak last month.

PISTONS 107, HEAT 98: Reggie Jackson scored 27 points, Andre Drummond finished with 25 points and 18 rebounds and Detroit won in Miami.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 23 for Detroit, which improved to 1-17 this season when trailing at halftime. The Pistons outrebounded Miami 48-34 and held the Heat to 36 percent shooting over the final 39 minutes.

TRAIL BLAZERS 95, TIMBERWOLVES 89: C.J. McCollum scored a career-high 43 points and Portland overcame a 14-point first-half deficit in a victory over host Minnesota.

Mason Plumlee had 18 points and eight rebounds, and Evan Turner added 11 points for the Blazers.

They were without star point guard Damian Lillard for the fourth straight game.

McCollum made 16 of 25 shots, including a 30-foot 3-pointer with just over 2:30 to play to put the game out of reach.

NOTES

ROCKETS: Minutes after collecting 53 points, 17 assists and 16 rebounds in his second straight triple-double, Houston’s James Harden was asked what it has been like to play in new coach Mike D’Antoni’s system.

“It’s been a dream so far,” Harden said.

It looked more like a nightmare to the short-handed New York Knicks after Harden powered the Rockets to a 129-122 win on Saturday night.

“It was like NBA 2K numbers,” New York’s Brandon Jennings said, comparing Harden’s performance to the video game. “I just told him afterward to just go and get the MVP and keep balling and doing what he’s doing.”

Harden became the first player in NBA history to have at least 50 points, 15 assists and 15 rebounds in a single game, according to information provided by the Rockets from the Elias Sport Bureau. He also tied Wilt Chamberlain for most points in a triple-double, set career highs for points and 3-pointers with nine, and matched his career best for assists.


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