ORLANDO, Fla. — Shawn Marion had 20 points, and O.J. Mayo and Vince Carter scored 15 apiece as the Dallas Mavericks fought off a late Orlando surge and beat the Magic 111-105 on Sunday night.
The Mavericks led by 13 in the fourth quarter, before the Magic pulled within a basket in the final minute.
Dallas earned its seventh straight road victory in its series against Orlando. The Mavericks now have five days off before hosting division-leader San Antonio on Friday.
Former LSU star Glen Davis led Orlando with 24 points, followed by Jameer Nelson with 20 and J. J. Redick’s 18.
Pistons 103, Celtics 88: In Auburn Hills, Mich., rookie Andre Drummond had 16 points and seven rebounds, and the Detroit Pistons returned from Europe with a victory.
The Pistons lost to the New York Knicks in London on Thursday, but they didn’t look particularly weary in their first game back.
Detroit blew an 18-point second-quarter lead but pulled away again in the second half. Boston never led.
Kevin Garnett scored 16 points for Boston, and Rajon Rondo had eight points, 15 assists, nine rebounds and nine turnovers.
Raptors 108, Lakers 103: In Toronto, Landry Fields had a season-high 18 points and 10 rebounds as the Raptors sent the Los Angeles Lakers to their fifth straight road loss.
Kobe Bryant scored 26 points and Pau Gasol had 25 for the Lakers, whose road skid is their longest in six years.
Dwight Howard was ejected after drawing his second technical foul with 1:18 left in the first half.
Jose Calderon had 22 points and nine assists while Ed Davis had 18 points and eight rebounds for Toronto.
SOURCES SAY MALOOFS AGREE TO SELL KINGS: Two people familiar with the decision say the Maloof family has agreed to sell the Sacramento Kings to a Seattle group led by investor Chris Hansen.
The people spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press on Sunday night because the deal is still pending approval from the NBA Board of Governors.
One person said the Maloofs are selling all 65 percent of their share for $525 million to Hansen, who will move the team to Seattle and restore the SuperSonics name.
The Maloofs will still be allowed to look at other bids until the league approves the sale.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson said last week he had received permission from NBA Commissioner David Stern to present a counteroffer to league owners from buyers who would keep the Kings in Sacramento.
The deadline for teams to apply for a move for the next season is March 1.