Warriors 108, 76ers 105

Harrison Barnes hit a 3-pointer with 0.2 seconds remaining and the visiting Golden State Warriors escaped with a victory over Philadelphia on Saturday.

Klay Thompson had 32 points and Stephen Curry scored 23 points for the Warriors, who nearly blew a 24-point second-half lead. Draymond Green added 10 points and 13 rebounds for Golden State, which opened a three-game road trip with their sixth straight victory while matching the NBA’s best start through 47 games.

Isaiah Canaan had 18 points to lead the 76ers, who dropped to 7-41 but nearly pulled off the most improbable victory of the NBA season.

Raptors 111, Pistons 107

DeMar DeRozan had 29 points and host Toronto beat Detroit to push the team’s franchise-best win streak to 11 consecutive games.

Kyle Lowry had 18 points and backup center Bismack Biyombo added 12 points and 13 assists. Cory Joseph also had 16 points off the bench.

Reserve guard Brandon Jennings led the way for Detroit with 22 points, with starter Kentavious Caldwell-Pope contributing 15. Andre Drummond had 11 points and 12 rebounds for his NBA-leading 39th double-double.

Pelicans 105, Nets 103

Jrue Holiday hit a 15-foot shot with 1.3 seconds remaining and host New Orleans held off Brooklyn.

New Orleans’ Anthony Davis scored 20 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in his first game back after sitting out with a concussion. Davis started 0 for 10 from the floor before finding his rhythm.

The Pelicans (18-28) and Davis were helped by Ryan Anderson’s 24 points off the bench. Holiday’s final shot gave him a team-best 26 points.

Brooklyn (12-36), meanwhile, lost for the third straight game and allowed an opponent to shoot 44 percent or better for the 12th consecutive game.

Pacers 109, ?Nuggets 105 (OT)

Monta Ellis scored a season-high 32 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead host Indiana to an overtime win against Denver.

Ellis missed a 3-pointer with the game tied 99-99 as regulation ended, but he converted a three-point play with 20.4 seconds left in overtime to seal it and send the Pacers to a second straight victory.

Danilo Gallinari led Denver with 23 points, and Kenneth Faried added 16 points and 12 rebounds. Gary Harris scored 18 points and rookie Nikola Jokic had 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Grizzlies 121, Kings 117

Jeff Green scored 29 points, Marc Gasol had 22 points, six rebounds and five assists, and host Memphis thwarted a fourth-quarter rally to defeat Sacramento.

The Kings, who lost their fourth straight, pulled within 118-117 on a 3-pointer from Darren Collison with 18.7 seconds left. Courtney Lee converted two free throws for a 120-117 lead. On the next possession, Collison lost the ball, the Kings’ 19th turnover, and Memphis held on for its third straight win and ninth in the last 11.

Lee finished with 18 points, while Vince Carter had 13 points on 5 of 8 shooting from the field. Tony Allen had 12 and Zach Randolph scored 10.

Wizards 123, Rockets 122

John Wall had 19 points, 13 assists and eight rebounds and visiting Washington rallied for a win over Houston to snap a three-game losing streak.

Ramon Sessions had 17 points off the bench, Jared Dudley had 16 points and Marcin Gortat had 13 points and 11 rebounds. The Wizards shot 52 percent.

Gary Neal had 12 points, and Bradley Beal and Garret Temple each added 11 for Washington.

NOTEBOOK: ?Hawks’ Millsap probable

Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap is listed as probable for Sunday’s game at Miami with a left ankle sprain. Millsap hurt his ankle in the second quarter of Thursday’s loss at Indiana when he stepped on another player’s foot.