SAN ANTONIO — Sam Cassell had 24 points and nine assists and Jason Caffey added 15 points as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the San Antonio Spurs 86-77 Saturday night.

A capacity crowd of 35,944 saw the Spurs shoot 25-for-79 (31.6 percent), their worst shooting percentage in franchise history. San Antonio also set a season low for field goals.

The Bucks weren't much better, hitting 31 of 80 shots (38.8 percent).

The Bucks took the lead for good with a 12-2 run at the start of the third period for a 64-54 advantage. The Spurs scored just one field goal in the first 5:34 of the third period and never got closer than 4 points.

The Spurs hit 5 of 23 shots in the third period and scored a season-low 12 points in the quarter.

The Bucks have won four straight against San Antonio, including a two-game sweep this year. The Spurs' eight-game home winning streak was snapped.

Tim Duncan had 20 points and 12 rebounds for the Spurs. David Robinson added 19 points and 11 rebounds. Duncan shot 6-for-20 and Robinson was just 6-of-14.

HAWKS 99, NUGGETS 88: Toni Kukoc had 23 points and 11 assists and Nazr Mohammed added 16 points as Atlanta beat Denver, extending their home winning streak against the Nuggets to 11 games.

Atlanta won its second straight after snapping a four-game losing streak and dropping 16 of 19. The Hawks were coming off an 11-point victory over Indiana on Thursday night.

The Nuggets, one night after winning in Charlotte for the first time in nine games, fell to 1-13 on the road this season and 4-18 overall when scoring less than 90 points.

Reserve forward Kevin Willis, who played 11 years in Atlanta, led Denver with 21 points. Nick Van Exel added 19 points.

ROCKETS 96, WIZARDS 86: Steve Francis scored 25 points as Houston used a 15-0 fourth-quarter run to snap a four-game losing streak.

Hakeem Olajuwon, playing in his third game since recovering from a blood disorder, finished with 15 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots for the Rockets. Cuttino Mobley added 17 points.

Laron Profit had career highs of 18 points, eight rebounds and seven steals for Washington. Christian Laettner and Courtney Alexander scored 16 points apiece.

HEAT 97, BULLS 90: Tim Hardaway had 21 points and 10 assists and Alonzo Mourning finished with 12 points, five rebounds and one block as Miami snapped a two-game losing streak.

It was the Heat's first victory with Mourning, who missed almost six months after being diagnosed with kidney disease last October.

Elton Brand led Chicago with 20 points, and A.J. Guyton scored a career-high 19.

CLIPPERS 104, CAVALIERS 97: Eric Piatkowski scored 20 points on 7-of-10 shooting as Los Angeles used a big second quarter to beat Cleveland.

With the win, the Clippers now have a slightly better record than the Cavs, who began the season 15-7 but have won only 11 since.