Chris Bosh made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 6.1 seconds left and finished with 29 points and 14 rebounds, leading the Toronto Raptors to a 106-104 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.
Philadelphia's Chris Webber knocked the ball away from Bosh before he retrieved it and pulled up for a 3-pointer just before the shot clock expired — drawing laughter from his teammates and coach Sam Mitchell. Bosh made his first 3-pointer of the season earlier in the game.
The All-Star forward made it a point to work on his 3-point shooting last summer.
Allen Iverson had 35 points and 10 assists for the Sixers, who have dropped two straight after winning their first three games of the season. Philadelphia lost to Indiana on Tuesday night.
Andre Iguodala missed a long jumper at the buzzer that could have tied it. Samuel Dalembert had 18 rebounds and 13 points before fouling out with 57 seconds left.
Bosh's jump hook as he faded away from the basket gave Toronto a 100-98 lead. Dalembert fouled out on the play, but Bosh missed the free throw.
Iverson followed with an 18-foot jumper to tie it.
Toronto's T.J. Ford followed with a layup, but Webber made a short hook shot to tie it at 102 with 29 seconds to go.
After a timeout, Ford passed the ball to Bosh. Webber knocked it away, but Bosh recovered and hit his big shot.
Jose Calderon made just one of two free throws — giving Philadelphia a chance to tie — but Iguodala couldn't connect.
Toronto won despite shooting 40 percent. Philadelphia shot 49 percent and outrebounded the Raptors 53-45.
WIZARDS 117, PACERS 91: At Washington, Gilbert Arenas scored 40 points in 32 minutes to lead Washington over the Indiana Pacers, who played without injured All-Star Jermaine O'Neal. Arenas was 14-of-20 from the field and 8-of-9 on free throws for the 21st 40-point game of his NBA career — and second in a row at home.
MAGIC 88, SONICS 87: At Orlando, Hedo Turkoglu scored 18 points, including a fallaway 20-footer with 0.4 seconds left, to lift Orlando over Seattle. Jameer Nelson added 18 points and Grant Hill had 12 as the Magic won their second straight game. Ray Allen led Seattle with 21 points.
ROCKETS 97, BUCKS 93: At Milwaukee, Tracy McGrady scored 32 points and teamed with Yao Ming to lead a big third-quarter spurt as Houston beat Milwaukee. Yao added 23 for the Rockets before he and McGrady went cold down the stretch as the Bucks tried to make a comeback. Michael Redd scored 34 for Milwaukee.
CELTICS 110, BOBCATS 108, OT: At Boston, Delonte West made a jumper at the overtime buzzer, Paul Pierce and Wally Szczerbiak each scored 35 points, and Boston earned its first victory of the season by beating Charlotte. Ryan Gomes added his first career triple-double as the Celtics kept the Bobcats winless in Boston.
SPURS 111, SUNS 106, OT: At San Antonio, Tony Parker scored 29 points and Fabricio Oberto added 22 on 11-of-11 shooting to lead San Antonio past struggling Phoenix in overtime. The Spurs (4-1) scored 10 of the first 12 points in overtime. Tim Duncan added 26 points and 14 rebounds. Oberto also added 10 rebounds for his first career double-double.
KNICKS 109, NUGGETS 107: At Denver, Jamal Crawford stole the ball from Eduardo Najera and made a 3-pointer with 3.7 seconds left to give New York a victory over Denver. Crawford, subbing for injured Steve Francis (ankle), scored 20 of his 35 points in the fourth quarter, when the Knicks erased a 12-point deficit.
TRAIL BLAZERS 101, LAKERS 90: At Portland, Ore., Zach Randolph had 36 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.
CLIPPERS 103, MAVERICKS 85: At Los Angeles, Cuttino Mobley scored 28 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat Dallas, keeping the defending Western Conference champions winless.
The Mavericks have opened a season 0-4 for the first time in the franchise's 27-year history.
KINGS 99, PISTONS 86: At Sacramento, Calif., Kevin Martin equaled his career high with 30 points and Corliss Williamson scored 13 of his 15 in the second half against his former team, leading Sacramento to a victory over Detroit.