• Knicks 95, Bucks 93: After Stephon Marbury missed a baseline jumper, this game seemed headed for overtime. But officials said Andrew Bogut fouled Channing Frye with time on the clock, and the Knicks forward hit two free throws to give the Knicks the game at home. They won despite 23 turnovers, but don't get too carried away. The Bucks have lost eight straight and are still adjusting to playing with Michael Redd. New York also saw David Lee leave the game with a sprained ankle in the third quarter.

  • Nets 109, Kings 96: While everyone looked at the top-notch games of Jason Kidd (another triple-double) and Vince Carter (26 points, 11 rebounds), Eddie House poured in 20 and Marcus Williams scored 19. This is how the Nets will have to play if they want to make the playoffs. They need to get points from a variety of options, and they need to defend their home floor.