DALLAS — JJ Barea had 21 points and 10 rebounds, and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Los Angeles Clippers 108-82 on Saturday for Coach Rick Carlisle’s 700th career win.

Dallas went 16 for 35 from 3-point range and had five players score in double figures. Dirk Nowitzki went 5 for 5 from long range on his way to 16 points, and reserve Devin Harris finished with 15 points.

Carlisle became the 18th coach in NBA history with at least 700 wins. Gregg Popovich (1,164) and Doc Rivers (812) are the only other active coaches to make it to the milestone.

The Mavericks (6-17) scored the first eight points and never trailed while halting a two-game losing streak.

DeAndre Jordan had 14 points and 17 rebounds for the Clippers (8-13), who have dropped two in a row.

While Dallas had a big day from beyond the arc, Los Angeles was 6 for 22 from 3-point range.

The Mavs outscored the Clippers 35-21 in the second quarter for a 59-38 lead at the break.

HAWKS 114, NETS 102: Dennis Schroder scored 24 points, reserve Luke Babbitt had 20 and short-handed Atlanta won at Brooklyn.

Atlanta had five players score in double figures in its third road win of the season. DeAndre Bembry had 12 points, and Isaiah Taylor and Taurean Prince each had 11.

The Hawks played without starting center Dewayne Dedmon and rookie John Collins due to injuries. Dedmon hurt his left leg Wednesday night and is expected to miss three to six weeks. Collins, the 19th pick in the June draft, injured his left shoulder Thursday night and will be out for two to three weeks.

Spencer Dinwiddie had 15 points for Brooklyn, which has lost five of seven. Joe Harris scored 13, and Allen Crabbe, Sean Kilpatrick and Jarrett Allen each had 12 points.

76ERS 108, PISTONS 103: Joel Embiid had 25 points and 10 rebounds and got the better of Andre Drummond down the stretch in a matchup of trash-talking big men to help Philadelphia win at home.

Embiid drew the fifth and sixth fouls on Drummond and drew cheers as he waved goodbye to his fouled-out rival in between hitting four free throws to put Philadelphia ahead 100-95 with 2:35 left.

CAVALIERS 116, GRIZZLIES 111: LeBron James scored 34 points, including seven in the final 1:22, and Cleveland won at home for its 11th straight victory.

Memphis has lost 11 straight, including three since David Fizdale was fired Monday and replaced by interim coach J.B. Bickerstaff.