CHICAGO  — Lou Williams had 31 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds for his first career triple-double, and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Chicago Bulls 106-101 on Friday night.

With the Bulls leading 97-96, Patrick Beverley blocked 7-footer Lauri Markkanen's shot in the paint, which led to a four-point play by Williams to give the Clippers a 100-97 lead. Zach LaVine cut the Clippers' lead to 100-99 with 1:26 left, but Beverley was there again for the Clippers with a runner in the lane to extend the lead 102-99 with 37.8 seconds remaining.

After a LaVine air-balled from 3-point range, Williams hooked up with Montrezl Harrell for an alley-oop dunk to close out the game as Los Angeles finished a cross-country trip with three wins in four games.

Lavine scored 29 points and Bobby Portis added 18 points and 14 rebounds for the Bulls, who have lost 12 of their last 13 games.

NETS 109, KNICKS 99: Theo Pinson, Ed Davis and Shabazz Napier carried the Nets reserves as host Brooklyn beat New York for its sixth straight victory. Pinson, on a two-way contract, scored a career-high 19 points. Davis had 17 points and 16 rebounds, and Napier added 18 points as the Nets' reserves turned around and then ran away with the game. D'Angelo Russell was largely ineffective with just 12 points, but Brooklyn put four reserves in double figures and had a 60-33 rebounding advantage while former Knicks starting center Enes Kanter sat again to keep rolling. Trey Burke scored 25 points and Noah Vonleh had a career-high 22 points and 13 rebounds for the dismal Knicks, who have lost eight in a row.

WIZARDS 95, MAGIC 91: Jeff Green made the go-ahead layup with 42 seconds left and scored a season-high 24 points as Washington beat host Orlando. Bradley Beal had 27 points and seven assists for the Wizards, who won for the fifth time in seven games. Nikola Vucevic led the Magic with 28 points and nine rebounds, and Aaron Gordon added 22 points and 11 rebounds. Terrence Ross scored 16 points off the bench. The Wizards, who extended their lead to 18 points twice in the third quarter, shot 56 percent (15 for 27) from 3-point range. The Magic shot 7-for-33 (21 percent) from beyond the arc.