The Milwaukee Bucks made a franchise-record 18 three-pointers Tuesday in a 132-110 romp over the Phoenix Suns in National Basketball Association play. The Bucks set a new league record with 11 three-pointers in the third quarter.
Ray Allen made an off-balance 19-footer with three-tenths of a second left to give the Seattle SuperSonics a 98-97 win over the Memphis Grizzlies. Pau Gasol had a franchise record 44 points for the Grizzlies, who lost for the first time in the last eight games.
Gerald Wallace poured in 41 points to lead the Charlotte Bobcats past the Atlanta Hawks, 125-117. Rookie Raymond Felton added 28 points and 10 assists.
Chauncey Billups had eight points in the final three minutes to lead the Detroit Pistons over the Dallas Mavericks, 97-90. Billips finished with 31 points and 11 assists.
The Orlando Magic came back from 11 points down in the fourth quarter to beat the Chicago Bulls, 97-93. The Magic held the Bulls without a basket for more than 10 minutes down the stretch.
The Washington Wizards surprised the Sacramento Kings, 97-84, on their home court in California. The Wizards played without leading scorer Gilbert Arenas, who was out with the flu. Caron Butler had 23 points for Washington.
The San Antonio Spurs were also without their top scorer, the injured Tony Parker. But the Spurs got 20-point efforts from Michael Finley and Tim Duncan to defeat the Clippers in Los Angeles, 98-87.