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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Grizzlies Fold to Bucks, 15th Consecutive Defeat

VANCOUVER -- The Vancouver Grizzlies, drawing closer to the NBA record for consecutive defeats in a season, dropped their 15th straight game, a 109-95 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.

The expansion team opened the season with two straight wins, but after Sunday's result is approaching the record of 20 consecutive losses, set by Philadelphia in 1973 and Dallas in 1993.

Vin Baker paced the Bucks, scoring 12 of his 27 points in the third quarter and finishing with 15 rebounds. Glenn Robinson added 22 points, including 12 of 12 from the line.

Heat 112, Raptors 94. In Toronto, Alonzo Mourning scored nine points during a 13-point fourth-quarter run, Miami stretched its winning streak to five.

Mourning, 12-for-12 from the free-throw line, was perfect in a 13-point first half, making all four shots and all five free-throw attempts. He was held scoreless in the third quarter but scored 15 points in the fourth, helping the Heat stop the Raptors' four-game home winning streak.

Knicks 107, Bullets 83. In New York, Anthony Mason scored 19 points and his defense helped the Knicks hold Washington to a season low.

Mason added 11 rebounds and made 6 of 10 field goals.

Cavaliers 108, Mavericks 107, OT. In Cleveland, Chris Mills scored all 22 of his points after halftime, sending the game into overtime with a last-minute 3-pointer.

The teams exchanged baskets in overtime until Dan Majerle's layup with two minutes left put Cleveland ahead for good at 108-106.

Trail Blazers 90, Magic 82. In Portland, Oregon, rookie Randolph Childress, in his first extensive playing time, made four of six 3-point shots as Portland sent Orlando to its second loss in as many nights.

(For other results, see Scorecard.)