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News » Stephen Jackson loses in his Charlotte Bobcats' debut

Stephen Jackson loses in his Charlotte Bobcats' debut

Stephen Jackson loses in his Charlotte Bobcats' debut Stephen Jackson had 13 points and nine rebounds for Charlotte on Monday night, hours after the swingman was acquired from the Warriors .

But even with the new addition, the Bobcats couldn't avoid their fifth straight loss, falling to host Orlando 97-91.

Meanwhile, Rashard Lewis had 10 points for the Magic in his first game back from a 10-game suspension for testing positive for an elevated testosterone level. Teammate Jameer Nelson finished with 16 points.

Flip Murray led Charlotte with 31 points.

"We just have to play together a little bit more and figure out how we all play and where we want the ball," Jackson said. "We have a good chance of getting into that playoff run."

The Bobcats traded Raja Bell and Vladimir Radmanovic to the Warriors for Jackson and Acie Law.

"I love him; he gives us flexibility," Bobcats coach Larry Brown said.

Hawks 99, Trail Blazers 95: Joe Johnson scored eight of his 35 points in overtime and Atlanta beat visiting Portland. Rudy Fernandez led Portland with 19 points, including a tying 3-pointer at the end of regulation.

Mavericks 115, Bucks 113: Dirk Nowitzki hit an 18-foot jumper as time expired in overtime to give visiting Dallas a win over Milwaukee. Nowitzki finished with 32 points and 11 rebounds. The Mavericks, though, lost Shawn Marion (ankle sprain) in the second quarter. Bucks rookie guard Brandon Jennings had 25 points, seven rebounds and eight assists in his first game since scoring 55 against the Warriors on Saturday night.

Grizzlies: Memphis ended its relationship with 10-time All-Star and former league MVP Allen Iverson in what it called a mutual agreement. The 34-year-old guard signed a one-year, incentive-laden contract Sept. 10.

Trail Blazers: Forward Travis Outlaw is out indefinitely with a stress fracture in his left foot.

Lakers: Forward Luke Walton has a pinched nerve in his back and is expected to be out at least six weeks.

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