His feet soaking in a tub of ice, his eyes scanning a box score, LeBron James chuckled a bit at the notion that his Miami Heat might learn something from a surprising setback against the Washington Wizards.

"Nah, man, there's not no lesson. This ain't a lesson for us. We just lost," James said. "It happens."

The host Wizards beat the Heat 105-101 on Tuesday night behind Jordan Crawford's 22 points -- and despite James' 26 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists.

The Wizards (2-13) earned their second win in three games.

Washington coach Randy Wittman said he told his team beforehand: "The only people that think you have a chance tonight are the people here in this room. ... We need to have a statement game."

Miami saw its winning streak end at six games.

"You move on," said guard Dwyane Wade, who scored 24 for Miami. "You learn from it, but you don't become a good team by holding onto certain losses -- or certain wins."

It was Washington's third consecutive victory over Miami, including two last season in April.

Rockets 107, Lakers 105: Toney Douglas had 22 points and Greg Smith added 21 to help host Houston rally to defeat Los Angeles.

The Lakers had a 13-point lead with less than 10 minutes to go. But Houston used two big runs, including a 9-2 spurt capped by a 3-pointer from Douglas to take its first lead.

Bryant led the Lakers with 39 points. Pau Gasol did not play because of tendinitis in both knees.

Thunder 117, Nets 111: Kevin Durant scored 32 points and Oklahoma City held off host Brooklyn for its sixth straight victory.

Deron Williams scored 33 points for the Nets, who played without Brook Lopez (sprained right foot)).

Grizzlies 108, Suns 98: Zach Randolph had 38 points and 22 rebounds to help host Memphis beat Phoenix in overtime.

Pacers 80, Bulls 76: Paul George scored 34 points to lead Indiana past host Chicago. George went scoreless Saturday in a loss to the Warriors, missing all seven of his shots.