Lawrence Frank now shares an NBA record — not bad for a kid who couldn't even make his high school basketball team.

Frank improved to 9-0 since taking over as New Jersey's interim coach and the Nets won their 10th straight game Wednesday night, 105-85 over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Cleveland.

Frank, a fresh-faced 33-year-old who doesn't look much older than some ballboys, tied the league mark for the best start as a coach shared by Kurt Rambis (Los Angeles Lakers, 1998-99) and Buddy Jeannette (Baltimore Bullets, 1947-48).

Kerry Kittles scored all 27 of his points in the second half for the Nets, who probably hate to the see the All-Star break arrive.

In addition to Frank staying perfect as a coach since getting the job when Byron Scott was fired on Jan. 26, New Jersey set or tied several records while improving to 31-20.

The Nets became just the second team in league history to win 10 straight games by more than 10 points, tying a mark set by the 1946-47 Washington Capitals coached by Red Auerbach.

New Jersey also tied a team mark with its fifth straight road win, and the Nets' 10-game winning streak is their second-longest ever. New Jersey won 11 in a row in 1982-83.

Cavs' rookie LeBron James had just nine points — his lowest output since Dec. 6 — and shot only 2-of-13 in 29 minutes.

76ERS 113, WIZARDS 88: At Philadelphia, Allen Iverson scored 25 points and Philadelphia gave interim coach Chris Ford a successful debut with a victory over Washington. The Sixers fired Randy Ayers on Monday just 52 games into his first season after taking over for Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown, who now coaches the Detroit Pistons. Ford, who led the Boston Celtics to division titles in 1991 and '92, was promoted from assistant for the rest of the season.Juan Dixon scored 21 points and Jerry Stackhouse had 15 for Washington, which had won two straight. The Wizards were without scoring leader Larry Hughes, who broke his left wrist Saturday and will miss four to six weeks.

Glenn Robinson and John Salmons scored 15, and reserve Zendon Hamilton had a season-high 14 points and 10 rebounds for Philadelphia.

HEAT 111, MAGIC 98: At Orlando, Fla., Dwyane Wade scored 27 points, Rafer Alston added a season-high 23 and Miami snapped a five-game losing streak with a win over Orlando.

Lamar Odom had 18 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Brian Grant added 16 points, and Rasual Butler tied his season high with 12 Miami fell a point short of its season best — set against Orlando last month — by shooting 53.9 percent and tying a season high with 41 field goals. The Heat also outrebounded Orlando 46-24, with their starters holding a 42-13 advantage. Grant grabbed 12 rebounds and Wade a season-high 10.Orlando, which lost its seventh straight, was led by Tracy McGrady's 24 points and six rebounds. Juwan Howard had 22 points, and Drew Gooden came off the bench to add 16.

KINGS 96, PISTONS 94: At Auburn Hills, Mich., Peja Stojakovic's jumper with 0.4 seconds left lifted Sacramento over Detroit.

Stojakovic connected from the right wing after Vlade Divac dropped him a pass for his 11th assist. Detroit's Bob Sura missed a 30-plus foot shot at the buzzer. Mike Bibby scored 26 and Stojakovic had 25 points for the Western Conference-leading Kings, who have won seven of eight and five straight on the road. Brad Miller added 18 points and 15 rebounds. Richard Hamilton scored 27 for the Pistons, who head into the All-Star break with a season-high five-game losing streak. Ben Wallace tied a season high with 17 points, and grabbed 19 rebounds. Chauncey Billups, who was averaging almost 18, was 1-of-8 for three points.

GRIZZLIES 110, CLIPPERS 102: At Memphis, Tenn., Pau Gasol had 22 points and eight rebounds as Memphis defeated Los Angeles.

Five players scored in double figures for the surprising Grizzlies (30-22), who increased their franchise record for wins.

HORNETS 106, KNICKS 98: At New Orleans, Baron Davis had 29 points and a career-high six steals to lead New Orleans over New York.

Stephon Marbury led New York with 29 points and 10 assists.

ROCKETS 102, LAKERS 87: At Houston, Yao Ming had 29 points and 11 rebounds, outplaying Shaquille O'Neal to lead Houston over Los Angeles.

After a closely fought three quarters, the Rockets pulled away behind Yao, who scored 11 of Houston's last 15 points in the final 6:12. He hit five free throws and three field goals, including a hook over O'Neal.

WARRIORS 110, SUNS 99: At Oakland, Calif., Brian Cardinal scored 23 of his career-best 32 points in the first half, and Speedy Claxton had 19 points and a career-best 13 assists in Golden State's win over Phoenix.