LeBron James scored 32 points, Dwyane Wade added 31 points and eight assists, and the Miami Heat held off the Houston Rockets 114-108 on Wednesday.
Miami, which played without Chris Bosh (flu), moved to 20-3 at home.
James Harden finished with 36 points and 12 rebounds for the Rockets, who routed the Warriors 140-109 at home Tuesday.
A night after tying an NBA record by connecting on 23 3-pointers, the Rockets finished 9 for 25 from beyond the arc.
"We held them to 108. That team can score," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.
After trailing 77-60, the Rockets got within 109-106.
Clippers 86, Magic 76: Eric Bledsoe had 27 points, and visiting Los Angeles beat Orlando. The Clippers won despite playing without Chris Paul (bruised kneecap), Blake Griffin (strained hamstring) and Jamal Crawford (sore shoulder). The Magic lost its 11th straight game.
Hawks 103, Grizzlies 92: Jeff Teague had 22 points and 13 assists, Josh Smith added 19 points and 11 rebounds, and host Atlanta beat Memphis. The Grizzlies missed their first 13 shots from the field in the third quarter.
Celtics 99, Raptors 95: Kevin Garnett scored a season-high 27 points with 10 rebounds,
Wizards 106, Knicks 96: John Wall had 21 points and nine assists, and host Washington broke New York's five-game win streak. Wall, playing in front of his college coach, Kentucky's John Calipari, had 10 points in the fourth quarter as the Wizards took control.
Pacers 88, 76ers 69: Roy Hibbert had 16 points and 13 rebounds to lead visiting Indiana to its fifth straight win. The Pacers won their third game in three nights. They are the only team to play back-to-back-to-back games this season.
Spurs 104, Timberwolves 94: Danny Green hit eight 3-pointers and scored a career-high 28 points to help visiting San Antonio to its 11th straight win. The Spurs kept right on rolling without injured Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili.
Mavericks 105, Trail Blazers 99: O.J. Mayo scored 28 points, and Dallas beat visiting Portland for coach Rick Carlisle's 500th career victory.
Lakers: Pau Gasol will be sidelined for an indefinite period after sustaining a tear of the plantar fascia in his right foot. He was injured in Tuesday's game against Brooklyn. The Lakers said a timetable for Gasol's return will be issued after Thursday's exam, but a source told ESPN.com that the team is bracing for him to be out at least four to six weeks. Dwight Howard, who sat out the last three games, remains day-to-day because of a torn labrum in his right shoulder.
Kings: With one more procedural move, the Sacramento Kings took another step toward Seattle. Commissioner David Stern said the Seattle group led by Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer, which recently reached an agreement to purchase the Kings from the Maloof family, formally filed for relocation with the league. Stern said the relocation proposal calls for the team to play in KeyArena for "two years, possibly three," while a new arena is being built. ... Stern said he thinks the NBA is on track to begin testing its players for human growth hormone, perhaps as early as next season.