In Saturday's National Basketball Association action, San Antonio's Hedo Turkoglu made a three-point shot in the final seconds of the game against Indiana, forcing overtime, then helping the Spurs edge the Pacers 89-88.
Turkoglu made two baskets in the five-minute extra session, as the Spurs snapped the Pacers' seven-game winning streak. Tim Duncan led host San Antonio in scoring with 30 points and 15 rebounds.
Golden State's Cliff Robinson scored five of his 28 points in overtime, as the Warriors topped the visiting Seattle SuperSonics 113-110. Robinson also had a career-best six three-pointers.
The New York Knicks made two clutch free throws to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 94-88. The win in New York snapped the Knicks' four-game skid and ended Milwaukee's five-game winning streak.
In other NBA play Saturday, Washington's Larry Hughes scored a season-high 43 points as the Wizards, the second worst team in the NBA, beat the Philadelphia 76ers 94-87.
Minnesota big man Kevin Garnett had 28 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Timberwolves to an 83-77 win over the Miami Heat. The Chicago Bulls nearly blew a 22-point lead, but held on to top the New Orleans Hornets 89-84.
Utah head coach Jerry Sloan marked his 800th victory with the Jazz, who crushed the Atlanta Hawks 92-71.