Dec 10, 2013 00:29 Wroten’s triple-double leads 76ers over Rockets Wroten’s triple-double leads 76ers over Rockets The Associated press Dec. 10, 2013 Comments PHILADELPHIA — Tony Wroten had his first career triple-double, James Anderson scored a career-high 36 points and Spencer Hawes made the go-ahead basket with 34 seconds left in overtime to help the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Houston Rockets 123-117 Wednesday night. Wroten had career highs with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists in his first start for injured rookie Michael Carter-Williams, who didn’t play because of a bruised left arch. Jeremy Lin scored 34 points, making a career-best nine 3-pointers. Dwight Howard had 23 points and 15 rebounds, and Chandler Parsons added 22 points for Houston. TIMBERWOLVES 124, CAVALIERS 95: In Minneapolis, Kevin Love had 33 points, eight rebounds and six assists, Ricky Rubio added 16 points and a career-high 16 assists, and Minnesota beat Cleveland Cavaliers. Corey Brewer scored 27 points for Minnesota while filling in for Kevin Martin, who was out with an illness, and the Timberwolves outscored Cleveland 29-6 in transition points to run the Cavaliers out of the building. Kyrie Irving scored 20 points on 8-for-17 shooting. SPURS 92, WIZARDS 79: In San Antonio, Tony Parker had 16 points, leading six Spurs in double figures, and San Antonio rolled over Washington. Boris Diaw had 15 points, Kawhi Leonard added 13 points, and Manu Ginobili and Marco Belinelli each had 10 for San Antonio. Tiago Splitter had 12 points and nine rebounds. Martell Webster had 21 points, Bradley Beal added 19 points and John Wall had 14 points. KNICKS 95, HAWKS 91: In Atlanta, Carmelo Anthony continued his success against Atlanta by scoring 25 points and New York regrouped after blowing a 17-point lead. The Knicks, relying on 3-pointers, led 47-30 in the second period. New York made only 5 of 25 shots from the field while being outscored 23-10 in the third period, leaving the Hawks with a 68-65 lead. Andrea Bargnani had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and rookie Tim Hardaway Jr. had 14 points for New York. RAPTORS 103, GRIZZLIES 87: In Memphis, Tenn., Rudy Gay scored 23 points in his return to Memphis and Kyle Lowry added 21 to help Toronto beat the Grizzlies. Gay, who was part of a Jan. 30 trade that sent him to the Raptors after spending his first 6-plus years in the league with Memphis, was 8 of 18 from the field, but missed his first four shots in the game. DeMar DeRozan scored 13 of his 18 points in the first quarter. Mike Conley led Memphis with 29 points. Marc Gasol had 18 points while Zach Randolph finished with 10 points. Gasol and Randolph each grabbed 10 rebounds. BOBCATS 89, CELTICS 83: In Boston, Al Jefferson had 22 points and 11 rebounds to lead Charlotte over Boston, snapping the Celtics’ four-game winning streak. Gerald Henderson had 13 points, Jeff Taylor 12 and Anthony Tolliver 11 for Charlotte, which ended a two-game skid. Jeff Green led Boston with 19 points and Jordan Crawford had 16 points and six assists. Both teams were without key big men. Celtics forward Jared Sullinger was out with a bruised right knee and Bobcats forward Josh McRoberts missed the game for personal reasons. He’s expected to play Friday night in Cleveland. It was Bobcats coach Steve Clifford’s second game back after two stents were placed in his heart last week. MAGIC 94, BUCKS 91: In Orlando, Fla., Arron Afflalo scored a career-high 36 points, Nikola Vucevic added 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Orlando rallied to beat Milwaukee and snap a three-game skid. Afflalo was 8 of 11 from beyond the arc, adding six assists and eight rebounds. Maurice Harkless and Victor Oladipo had 10 points apiece for the Magic. O.J. Mayo scored 25 points for the Bucks, losers of three straight. Caron Butler added 20 and Khris Middleton had 19. Butler injured his left shoulder with just over two minutes left and didn’t return to the game. Afflalo scored 29 points in the second half, including 11 straight for the Magic in the fourth quarter. He ended the game with an assist to Vucevic with 9.2 seconds to play that gave Orlando a 94-91 lead. Afflalo then stole the ball from Mayo as the Bucks scrambled to attempt a game-tying 3-pointer.