NBA Wrap: Curry back on form as Warriors sink the Knicks

Stephen Curry snapped a run of poor shooting form on Sunday, scoring 31 points that included five three-pointers as the Golden State Warriors defeated the New York Knicks 112-105.

Curry, who passed Chauncey Billups to move into the top 10 career three-pointer chart, also added eight rebounds and six assists.

Klay Thompson added 29 points as the Warriors ended a two-game losing streak – their first in nearly two years.

Derrick Rose scored 28 points for the Knicks, while Kristaps Porzingis added 24 points and 15 rebounds.

Tyler Ulis netted a 3-point buzzer beater on a Boston turnover as Phoenix pulled off a last-gasp 109-106 win over the Celtics.

The Suns’ Eric Bledsoe had earlier tied the scores at 106 apiece with just four seconds to play.

Isaiah Thomas scored 35 points, but had the ball knocked away by Phoenix’s Marquese Chriss for the winning play.

Ulis bagged a career-high 20 points while Bledsoe added 28.

Rudy Gobert tipped in George Hill’s missed jumper in overtime as the Utah Jazz edged past the Sacramento Kings 110-109.

Willie Cauley-Stein sank two free throws to give Sacramento a 109-108 lead with 8.9 seconds left, only for Hill for fire in a jumper that Gobert tipped in at the buzzer.

An official initially called goaltending, but the basket counted after a review.

Gobert finished with 16 points and 24 rebounds while Rodney Hood bagged a season-high 28 points.

Gordon Hayward added 23 for the Jazz, while Ty Lawson scored 19 for the Kings.

Indiana rallied to defeat Atlanta 97-96 thanks to a three-pointer from Glenn Robinson III with just 0.6 seconds left.

Paul George scored 34 points for the Pacers.

Jeff Teague, added 16 points in his first game back after spending seven seasons with the Hawks.

Tim Hardaway Jr. (24 points), and Paul Millsap (23) top scored for Atlanta.

Bojan Bogdanovic had a big fourth quarter, scoring 15 of his 27 points, as the Washington Wizards rallied to beat the Orlando Magic 115-114.

Bogdanovic made a career-high eight 3-pointers.

Bradley Beal top scored for Washington with 32 points while John Wall added 19 points and 10 assists.

Terrence Ross hit 20 points for Orlando, who had seven players in double figures.

The Dallas Mavericks beat Oklahoma 104-89 thanks to 22 points from Seth Curry.

Dirk Nowitzki added 18 points and Harrison Barnes chipped in with 17.

Russell Westbrook scored 29 points for the Thunder, with six rebounds and five assists.

DeMarcus Cousins had 26 points and 15 rebounds, and the New Orleans Pelicans won for the first time with him in the lineup, 105-97 over the spiraling Los Angeles Lakers whose fourth-quarter rally fell short Sunday night.

Anthony Davis added 31 points for the Pelicans, who swept the season series for the second straight year and just the second time ever.

The Pelicans improved to 1-4 with Cousins, who joined the team in a trade from Sacramento on February 20. They won a game while he was serving a one-game suspension after earning his 18th technical of the season.

Nick Young led the Lakers with 19 points. They fell to 0-7 since the All-Star break, a game away from equaling the team's worst skid of the season. They've also lost five in a row at Staples Center.