NBA Scores: Spurs Still Cooking, Nuggets Beat Wolves In Overtime

The San Antonio Spurs picked up their 11th consecutive win, and are 7-0 on the Rodeo Trip.

Here's a look at the rest of the NBA action for Monday.

Spurs 106, Jazz 102: San Antonio's win streak is now 11, and the Spurs are 7-0 with two games left on the Rodeo Trip. Tony Parker had 23 points and 11 assists, and is playing as well as he ever has. We should remind you that he has a Finals MVP award on his mantle. Matt Bonner hit five threes on his way to 20 points.

Nuggets 103, Timberwolves 101 (OT): Denver went to overtime for the second straight night, missing three of its top players, including Nene and Danilo Gallinari. The Nuggets won this one, holding off Minnesota despite shooting just 40.2 percent. A Martell Webster gaffe in overtime -- he took a transition dunk when the Wolves were down three with seconds to go -- drew most of the attention.

Bulls 90, Hawks 79: Derrick Rose returned to action, scoring 23 points with six assists in the Chicago win. The Bulls shot just 38.6 percent in the win. This is lockout basketball.

Rockets 96, Grizzlies 93: Memphis' four-game win streak was halted by Houston, who had both starting guards go off. Kyle Lowry racked up 24 points, nine assists and seven rebounds while Kevin Martin put in 22 points. Houston is now a game ahead of Memphis for No. 6 in the West.

Thunder 101, Hornets 93: New Orleans' improbable three-game win streak has ended. The Hornets shot 36.3 percent, and Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each scored 31 points for the Thunder win.

Magic 93, Bucks 90: Dwight Howard produced a big game -- 28 points and 16 rebounds -- as Orlando remained hot. With the win, the Magic took a half-game edge on Philadelphia for No. 3 in the East.

Suns 104, Wizards 88: No one ever expects the Channing Frye explosion. The sunny big man dropped 19 points and 11 rebounds as Phoenix won back-to-back at home.

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