NBA Scores: Warriors Edge Suns On Road, Rockets Drop Sixers

Feb. 22, 2012; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Monta Ellis (8) puts up a shot against Phoenix Suns guard Steve Nash (13) during the second half at the US Airways Center. The Warriors defeated the Suns 106 - 104. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Stewart-US PRESSWIRE.

The Warriors picked up a road win heading into All-Star break, and the Rockets moved to 20-14 with a win over the flagging Sixers.

They are believing again in the Bay Area. The Golden State Warriors earned a road win Wednesday, edging the Phoenix Suns 106-104 on a Monta Ellis fadeaway with one tick left. The Warriors moved to 13-17 on the season. Given how many road games Golden State has left on the schedule, picking up a victory away from home could be a nice confidence boost going into the back half of the season.

Ellis led the Warriors with 26. In other action:

Rockets 93, Sixers 87: Philadelphia dropped its fifth straight game as a balanced effort from Luis Scola, Kevin Martin and Kyle Lowry earned Houston the win. Both teams enter All-Star Weekend at 20-14.

Hornets 89, Cavaliers 84: Marco Belinelli continued his hot streak with 19 points on 8-of-13 shooting, and Chris Kaman had 21 and 13 to lead New Orleans to sweet victory. Kyrie Irving shot just 2-of-13, but had 11 assists.

Kings 115, Wizards 107: Sacramento won the final game of its six-game road trip after starting 0-5. Jordan Crawford scored 32 in the loss. Isaiah Thomas, starting his fourth straight game for Sacramento, had 18 points and six assists.

Raptors 103, Pistons 93: Greg Monroe was again a monster with 30 points and 14 rebounds, but Toronto handled business at home. DeMar DeRozan had 23 points on 9-of-15 shooting.

Pacers 102, Bobcats 88: Indiana's bench saved the day, dominating in the second quarter to stretch out a lead. Tyler Hansbrough led the way with 22.

Magic 108, Nets 91: The Dwight Howard Bowl resulted in a fairly dominant Orlando win, as the All-Star center finished with 20 points and 17 rebounds. New Jersey's backcourt, Deron Williams and MarShon Brooks, was strong with 47 points on 18-of-33 shooting, but it wasn't enough.

Bulls 110, Bucks 91: The Bulls are quite good, and almost unbeatable at home.

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