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SCOREBOARD

Sunday, Jan. 15

New York at Toronto (11 a.m. MDT). The Knicks have won six straight to improve to 13-21.

STARS

Friday

Allen Iverson and Chris Webber, 76ers. Iverson had 33 points and 10 assists, and Webber finished with 31 points and 13 rebounds in Philadelphia's 125-124, triple- overtime victory over Boston.

Dwyane Wade, Heat, had 15 points, 10 rebounds and had a career-high 14 assists in Miami's 117-104 win over Seattle.

Gilbert Arenas, Wizards, scored 18 of his 37 points in the fourth quarter in Washington's 94-85 victory over Indiana.

Kevin Garnett, Timberwolves, had 31 points and 15 rebounds to help Minnesota beat Denver 103-89.

MILESTONE

Larry Brown became the fourth coach in league history to win 1,000 regular-season games, and New York beat Atlanta 105-94 on Friday night for its sixth straight victory. Brown, 1,000-762 in 23 seasons in the NBA, joined Lenny Wilkens, Don Nelson and Pat Riley as the only coaches to reach 1,000 victories. All four coached the Knicks at some point in their careers. Brown also was 229-107 in the ABA and 177-61 in college.

SUSPENDED

The NBA suspended Orlando's Keyon Dooling for five games without pay and Seattle's Ray Allen for three games Friday for fighting Wednesday night. Dooling and Allen were ejected during the second quarter of the SuperSonics' 113-104 win after Dooling ran at Allen and pushed him to the ground. Allen got up and tackled Dooling into the first row of seats along the sideline and onto some fans.

STRONG IN DEFEAT

Rashard Lewis scored 33 points in Seattle's 117-104 loss to Miami on Friday night. ... Ricky Davis had 33 points and nine assists in Boston's 125-124, triple-overtime loss to Philadelphia. ... Charlotte's Gerald Wallace had 21 points, 15 rebounds and an NBA season-high eight steals in the Bobcats' 103-102 loss to Milwaukee.

SPEAKING

"It was an amazing game." — Philadelphia coach Maurice Cheeks after the 76ers' 125-124, triple-overtime victory over Boston on Friday night.