Butler had 25 points and nine rebounds, Jamison added 23 points and eight rebounds, and host Washington overcame Josh Howard's 32 points to beat Dallas, 102-84, yesterday, the Mavericks' biggest loss of the season.
The Wizards have won five of six.
Magic 102, Pistons 100 -- Rashard Lewis hit a 12-foot jumper as time expired, lifting Orlando over visiting Detroit. Hedo Turkoglu had 26 points and eight assists and Dwight Howard added 23 points and eight rebounds for the Magic, which had lost nine straight to Detroit, including four games that knocked the team out of last year's playoffs.
Timberwolves 109, Warriors 108 -- Ryan Gomes scored a career-high 35 points to go with 11 rebounds to help Minnesota end a 16-game road losing streak. The Timberwolves have won only two road games all season.
Celtics 109, Knicks 93 -- Kevin Garnett had 20 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists, and visiting Boston routed New York for the second time this season. Kendrick Perkins scored 22 of his career-high 24 in the first half for the Celtics.
Cavaliers 97, Heat 90 -- LeBron James scored 28 as visiting Cleveland sent Miami to its 14th straight loss, the second-worst slide in franchise history. Dwyane Wade scored 42 for the Heat.
Rockets 96, Sonics 89 -- Playing in a reserve role for the second straight game, Tracy McGrady had 17 points and five assists as Houston handed visiting Seattle its team-record 11th consecutive loss. McGrady missed 11 games with a bone bruise and tendon damage in his left knee.
Hornets 106, Bucks 92 -- Tyson Chandler had 20 points and 15 rebounds, and host New Orleans won its fifth straight.
Off the court
Nuggets -- Star forward Carmelo Anthony (Towson Catholic) was helped off the court midway through the second quarter of Denver's game against the Los Angeles Lakers with a sprained left ankle. Anthony is the NBA's fourth-leading scorer with a 25.8-point average.
The New Orleans Hornets' record this season when five players score at least 10 points. They are also 16-0 when they reach 100 points.