Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : December 7th 2014 Contents MEMPHIS---Manu Ginobili scored
17 points, and Tim Duncan had a
triple-double with 14 points, 10
rebounds and 10 assists to lead San
Antonio past Memphis in Tennessee.
The victory extended the Spurs' winning
streak over the Grizzlies to nine and ended
Memphis' 22-game regular-season home
Danny Green added 16 points for San
Antonio, and Tony Parker scored 14. Corey
Joseph had 12 points, including 10 in the
fourth quarter to thwart several Grizzlies
rallies. Marc Gasol led Memphis with 28
points and 12 rebounds, while Mike Conley
had 23 points and 10 assists. Tayshaun
Prince finished with 20 points, connecting
on eight of 11 shots, including all four from
outside the arc. Zach Randolph had 10
points for Memphis, which lost its second
The Spurs never trailed, their biggest
lead reaching 15. San Antonio shot 14 of
25 from 3-point range, including Ginobili
hitting all five of his attempts.
CAVALIERS 91, RAPTORS 91
TORONTO---LeBron James had 24
points and a season-best 13 assists,
Kevin Love added 15 points and 13
rebounds, and the Cleveland Cavaliers
won their sixth straight game by beat-
ing the Toronto Raptors 105-91 Friday
Tristan Thompson set season highs with
21 points and 14 rebounds, and Kyrie Irving
scored 15 for Cleveland, unbeaten since a
110-93 home loss to Toronto on Nov. 22.
Amir Johnson scored a season-high 27
points and Kyle Lowry had 22 as Toronto
lost for the third time in five games. James
Johnson scored 11 for the Raptors, who
failed to win their third straight home
meeting with Cleveland.
Irving, who scored a season-high 37
points in Thursday's win at New York,
had just two points in the first half but
connected on six of 12 field goal attempts
in the second half.
HORNETS 103, KNICKS 102
CHARLOTTE---Kemba Walker drove
for a left-handed layup as time expired
to lift Charlotte over New York, snap-
ping the Hornets' 10-game losing
Gerald Henderson scored a season-high
22 points and Al Jefferson had 16 points
and 13 rebounds for the Hornets, who
nearly squandered a 20-point lead for the
third time this season.
The Knicks stormed back from 20 down
late in the third quarter behind 32 points
from Carmelo Anthony to take the lead
with less than a minute left. But Anthony
missed a short jumper and the Hornets
grabbed the rebound with 4 seconds
After a timeout, Walker received a half-
court inbounds pass around the top of the
key, faked to the right and found a crease
down the left side of the lane. He put the
ball off the glass for the winner, sending
the Knicks to their seventh straight loss.
Walker finished with 11 points on 4-
of-15 shooting, but it was his second game-
winning shot of the season.
ROCKETS 114, TIMBERWOLVES 112, OT
MINNEAPOLIS---James Harden had
38 points before fouling out and Nick
Johnson scored on a driving layup
with 0.8 seconds to go in overtime
that helped Houston escape with a
victory over Minnesota.
Harden made 11 of 17 shots and also
had six assists, but he fouled out with 1:20
to play and the Rockets let a 13-point lead
with 5 minutes to go slip away. Jason Terry
hit a 3-pointer and then two free throws
in overtime to finish with 19 points.
Thaddeus Young had 19 for the Tim-
berwolves, the last two coming with 15.9
seconds to go in overtime to tie the game
at 112. But Johnson got loose on the final
possession and bulled to the rim to hit a
tough layup that gave the Rockets their
sixth win in seven games.
CELTICS 113, LAKERS 96
BOSTON---Tyler Zeller had season
highs of 24 points and 14 rebounds,
and Boston went ahead for good less
than two minutes into the game
against Los Angeles.
The Lakers had cut a 14-point deficit
to 92-83 with 7:49 remaining on a three-
point play by Nick Young. Then a basket
by Avery Bradley began a 13-point Celtics
run that put them ahead 105-83 with 3:54
left. They led by at least 17 the rest of the
way. Kobe Bryant scored 22 points but
shot only 9 of 21 as the Lakers lost their
second consecutive game after winning
two in a row.
Boston won its second straight after
losing the previous five. Jeff Green scored
19 points and Jared Sullinger had 17 points
and 13 rebounds.
THUNDER 103, 76ERS 91
had 27 points to lead Oklahoma City
It was the first win for the Thunder (6-
13) with stars Kevin Durant and Westbrook
healthy and back in the lineup together.
Durant, the NBA's reigning MVP, had
10 points in his second game after missing
the first 17 with a broken right foot. West-
brook, playing his third game since return-
ing from a broken hand, shot 8 of 14.
Serge Ibaka scored 19 points and Jeremy
Lamb added 15 for the Thunder, who won
their 11th straight against Philadelphia.
Robert Covington had 21 points and
Michael Carter-Williams contributed 16
points and 14 assists for the 76ers (1-17),
who were playing their first game since
avoiding equaling the NBA record for losses
to start a season with Wednesday's 85-77
victory at Minnesota.
WIZARDS 119, NUGGETS 99
scored 20 points, Rasual Butler and
Kevin Seraphin each had 16 and
Washington posted its biggest win of
the season against Denver.
The Wizards won their fourth straight,
improving to 13-5. They set a season high
for points. Wilson Chandler, who scored
10 straight Denver points during a 2-
minute span in the third quarter, led the
Nuggets with 20 points.
The Nuggets dropped to 9-10. Their 89
points equaled a season low. Six Wizards
scored in double figures. Marcin Gortat
had 15 points, Bradley Beal 14 and Paul
Pierce, playing two days after he left
Wednesday's game with a jammed left big
toe, had 11.
John Wall narrowly missed a triple-
double with nine points, 12 assists and
eight rebounds. (AP)
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Marc Gasol (33)
in the second
half of an NBA
Spurs won 107-
101. AP PHOTO
Spurs end Grizzlies long home winning streak
Hawks 98, Nets 75
Suns 118, Mavericks 106
Bucks 109, Heat 85
Magic 98, Jazz 93
Kings 102, Pacers 101, OT
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