Mark Jackson's spinning, one-handed jumper with 1.8 seconds left Monday gave the New York Knicks a 104-102 victory over the Miami Heat.
Anthony Mason's two free throws with 58 seconds left gave the Knicks a 102-100 lead. But Grant Long's 17-footer with 10.9 seconds to go tied it.
After a timeout, Jackson took the inbounds pass and went to work against Miami's Bimbo Coles. Jackson backed to within 15 feet, spun to his left and swished the shot from the left of the key.
The Heat's Steve Smith missed from 30 feet at the buzzer.
Patrick Ewing, limited to 30 minutes because of foul trouble, scored 22 points for the Knicks. Jackson had 11 points and 11 assists. Glen Rice scored 26 points for the Heat.
Around the league
Nuggets: Forward Anthony Cook suffered a dislocated shoulder in practice Monday. He has played sparingly this season, averaging 1.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in 5.2 minutes of action per game.
Heat: Willie Burton was suspended for one game and fined $6,000 and Johnny Newman of Charlotte was fined $1,500 by the NBA for an altercation in Sunday's game. Burton flagrantly fouled Newman with 8:39 left in the third period of Charlotte's 126-109 win. The league said Newman was fined for retaliating and "helping to escalate the incident."
Jazz: John Stockton, who led Utah to a 3-0 record last week, was named the NBA's player of the week. He averaged 20.3 points, 15.7 assists and 5.3 steals.