David Robinson hit two free throws with 20.7 seconds remaining and the San Antonio Spurs overcame Charles Barkley's season-high 45 points to win their 11th straight Sunday, beating the Phoenix Suns 109-106 at San Antonio.

The Spurs improved to 52-18, the best record in the Western Conference, and extended their lead over Utah in the Midwest to 11/2 games.Barkley, who missed his career high by two points, made 17 of 27 shots and had 10 rebounds. Robinson, in foul trouble most of the game, finished with 23 points and 14 rebounds.

Knicks 94, Nets 85

Despite the first-half ejection of Patrick Ewing, the New York Knicks outscored the New Jersey Nets 33-11 in the final 15 minutes of the game at East Rutherford, N.J.

Ewing and New Jersey's Rick Mahorn were ejected after shoving each other just before halftime. New York's Derek Harper and the Nets' Benoit Benjamin were thrown out late in the game in separate incidents.

The Knicks got 26 points from John Starks, including seven of the team's 12 3-pointers. Hubert Davis added 17, including eight in a 14-0 run that gave New York the lead for good. Kenny Anderson finished with 31 points for New Jersey, but only two came in the final quarter.

Pistons 110, Bullets 105

At Auburn Hills, Mich., Joe Dumars scored 22 of his 23 points in the second half as Detroit handed Washington its seventh straight loss.

Detroit got 33 points from rookie Grant Hill and 30 from Allan Houston. Chris Webber had 30 points for Washington.

Houston's 3-pointer made it 104-95 with 2:12 left, but Webber and Rex Chapman hit consecutive 3-pointers to pull Washington within three in the final minute.

Pacers 104, Trailblazers 93

A team meeting failed to patch up Portland's troubles on the court as the Trailblazers lost for the sixth time in seven games.

The Trailblazers went more than seven minutes without a field goal while making four turnovers and missing 12 straight shots in the third quarter at Indianapolis.

Rik Smits led a balanced Indiana offense with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Rod Strickland topped Portland with 20 points and 11 assists.

The Blazers held a team meeting after losing to Philadelphia on Friday. Strickland and coach Pete Carlesimo reportedly got into a halftime argument during the game and cursed at each other.

Celtics 94, Mavericks 87

At Boston, Sherman Douglas had 27 points and 10 assists and the Celtics held off a late charge by Dallas, ending the Mavericks' last hope for a win in Boston Garden.

The loss was the 15th in a row in Boston since the Mavericks joined the NBA in 1980. The Garden is scheduled to be torn down this year, and the Celtics will play in a new arena next season.

SuperSonics 105, Hawks 83

At Tacoma, Wash., Gary Payton scored nine of his 21 points in the fourth quarter and Shawn Kemp finished with 21 points and 18 rebounds as the Sonics won their seventh straight.

Seattle's victory, combined with San Antonio's win over Phoenix, moved the Sonics into first place in the Pacific Division.