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Carter struggled in his first game against the team that traded him to New Jersey earlier this season, missing 17 of 25 shots while being outplayed by Jalen Rose in Toronto's 100-82 victory over the Nets on Tuesday night.

"He probably was a little tired from All-Star weekend. While he was running up and down the court throwing it off the backboard, I was laying on the beach drinking a fruity drink with an umbrella," Rose said of Carter. "So I probably gave myself an unfair advantage on that one."

Rose shot 12-for-15, scored 30 points and did a fine defensive job on Carter.

"It's disappointing, the way we played. I think we've played better," Carter said. "It's always a concern coming out of the All-Star break how your team makes its comeback after the break. It looked OK early, it got worse the rest of the night."

Rose led the Raptors on a 14-4 run early in the fourth quarter, and New Jersey never recovered. Chris Bosh had 16 points and 12 rebounds, and Milt Palacio added 13 points for Toronto, which had six players in double figures.

Carter scored 22 points, and Jason Kidd added 20 for the Nets.

Pacers 108, Magic 84

In Orlando, Florida, Jermaine O'Neal scored 20 points in 22 minutes, and Fred Jones added 18 points as Indiana downed Orlando.

Jamaal Tinsley, returning from a foot injury, had 11 points and six assists. He missed all but 2 minutes of the previous eight games.

Jameer Nelson had 15 points for Orlando.

Pistons 97, Knicks 88

In Auburn Hills, Michigan, Richard Hamilton and Tayshaun Prince each scored 19 points and Detroit' beat New York for its fifth straight victory and 10th in 11 games.

Chauncey Billups added 15 points and eight assists, and Rasheed Wallace had 12 points, eight rebounds and four blocks. Jamal Crawford had 23 points for the Knicks, who fell to 5-20 in 2005.

Bucks 112, Bobcats 102

In Charlotte, North Carolina, Michael Redd scored 39 points on 15-of-24 shooting in his return to Milwaukee's lineup.

Redd, sidelined the last three games by of a sprained index finger, scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to break open a close game and help the Bucks snap a two-game losing streak. Brevin Knight led Charlotte with 19 points.

SuperSonics 87, Rockets 85

In Houston, Ray Allen scored 29 points, capped by two free throws with 16.7 seconds left, to help Seattle snap Houston's winning streak at eight games.

Houston had a chance to tie it with 5 seconds left, but Scott Padgett's 3-point attempt was short and Allen came up with the rebound.

Rashard Lewis added 23 points for Seattle, including seven in the final 5 minutes. Yao Ming led Houston with 30 points.

Bulls 105, Heat 101, OT

In Chicago, Ben Gordon hit five 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and overtime to finish with 29 points as Chicago edged Miami.

Miami center Shaquille O'Neal did not return after straining his left knee in a fall in the opening minutes. X-rays were negative and he will be re-evaluated before the Heat's game against Indiana on Wednesday night.

After Miami's Eddie Jones forced overtime with a buzzer-beater, Gordon scored the first eight points in the extra period.

Dwyane Wade led Miami with 21 points and 11 assists.

Lakers 104, Celtics 95

In Los Angeles, Kobe Bryant and Lamar Odom each scored 21 points, and Chris Mihm had 19 points and 15 rebounds as the Los Angeles Lakers downed Boston.

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