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ROUNDUP Thursday's games

Friday, January 30, 2004

Nets 89, Magic 79
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Jason Kidd scored 33 points and New Jersey won its third straight under interim coach Lawrence Frank. Kenyon Martin had 18 points while Richard Jefferson added 13. Lucious Harris scored all 12 of his points in the final quarter. Kidd shot 15-for-27 in breaking out of a slump that saw him score 32 points in his previous three games. He also had 10 rebounds for his 24th double-double of the season. Tracy McGrady, announced as an All-Star starter before the game, scored 22 points for Orlando. Keith Bogans scored 13 and Rod Strickland came off the bench to add 12.
Kings 96, Spurs 91
SAN ANTONIO -- Bobby Jackson converted a four-point play with 29.1 seconds remaining to help Sacramento put down a late rally. Leading 91-87, the Kings ran down the shot clock almost all the way before Mike Bibby found Jackson in the left corner. Jackson hit a fallaway 3-pointer while being fouled by Bruce Bowen, and he made the free throw. Peja Stojakovic led the Kings with 22 points, while Jackson added 18 and Bibby 17. Tim Duncan paced San Antonio with 35 points and 18 rebounds, while Tony Parker scored 19.
Trail Blazers 93, Hawks 85
ATLANTA -- Rasheed Wallace had 11 of his 20 points during the third quarter and Zach Randolph finished with 22 for Portland. Damon Stoudamire had 13 assists -- including eight during that third quarter -- and Darius Miles scored 16 points for Portland. Stephen Jackson led the Hawks with 15 points, and Jason Terry added 14.
-- Associated Press