MIAMI — Dion Waiters’ 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds left capped his 33-point effort, and the Miami Heat beat Golden State 105-102 on Monday night to end the Warriors’ seven-game winning streak.

The Heat wasted a 10-point lead in the final 4 minutes, and Kevin Durant tied the game on a dunk with 11.7 seconds left. With no timeouts, Waiters walked the ball up the court and drilled what became the winner over Klay Thompson.

Stephen Curry missed a 3-pointer as time expired for the Warriors.

WIZARDS 109, HORNETS 99: John Wall had 24 points and seven assists and Markieff Morris added 23 points and eight rebounds as visiting Washington earned its fifth win in six games.

Otto Porter Jr. was active all night with 14 points and 13 rebounds for his seventh double-double of the season. Bradley Beal made four 3-pointers on his way to 18 points, helping the Wizards shoot 54 percent from the field while the Hornets struggled to stop the pick and roll.

Washington also held Charlotte to 39 percent shooting.

Kemba Walker had 21 points on 7-of-24 shooting and Marco Belinelli added 18 for Charlotte, which had won three in a row.

SPURS 112, NETS 86: Patty Mills scored 20 points and LaMarcus Aldridge had 16 as San Antonio won at New York, despite playing without Kawhi Leonard and three other regulars.

CLIPPERS 115, HAWKS 105: Austin Rivers scored 27 points and Jamal Crawford broke out of a shooting slump with 19, helping Los Angeles to a win at Atlanta.

Kent Bazemore led the Hawks with 25 points. Dennis Schroder had 21 and Dwight Howard added 16 points and 12 rebounds.

Crawford had made only 7 of 41 shots in his last four games.

KINGS 109, PISTONS 104: DeMarcus Cousins had 22 points and 14 rebounds as Sacramento snapped a five-game losing streak with a win at Auburn Hills, Michigan.

Ty Lawson added 19 points and helped Sacramento turn the game around with a strong second quarter.

NOTES

NETS: Jeremy Lin will miss 3 to 5 weeks after aggravating his strained left hamstring, an injury that has sidelined him most of the season.

Lin was nearing a return when he was hurt again. With the Nets owning the worst record in the NBA and no urgency to get Lin back, General Manager Sean Marks said the team will use a “conservative, long-term approach.”


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