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SAN ANTONIO---Memphis prevailed in a triple-
overtime classic at San Antonio on Wednesday,
blowing a 23-point lead before recovering to eke
out a 117-116 victory over the NBA champions,
a day after ending Golden State s 16-game win-
The Grizzlies moved within half a game of the
Warriors for the overall league lead and moved 4-
1/2 games ahead of the Spurs, a Southwest Division
Elsewhere, Portland pulled away late to defeat
Milwaukee, Atlanta cruised to a big win at Cleve-
land to extend its strong form run, and Toronto
opened a nine-game lead in the Atlantic Division
by beating nearest rival Brooklyn.
Memphis' Marc Gasol scored 26 points, including
a banked-in three-pointer as regulation expired,
while Zach Randolph had 21 points and 21 rebounds
in the Grizzlies' sixth straight victory.
Danny Green scored 25 points, and Tim Duncan
had 23 points and 16 rebounds for San Antonio.
His jumper rattled in to force the third OT, but
he finished just five for 15 on free throws.
Manu Ginobili added 21 points, but shot an
airball on a three-pointer in the final seconds for
Portland pulled away in the fourth quarter to
down Milwaukee 104-97, with both teams reeling
LaMarcus Aldridge had 23 points and 15
rebounds while Damian Lillard added 29 points
and seven assists for the Blazers, who lost starting
center Robin Lopez to a broken hand on Monday.
Brandon Knight had 24 points for the Bucks,
who were without Jabari Parker.
The heralded rookie will miss the rest of the
season with a knee injury suffered on Monday.
Atlanta made it 11 wins from 12 with a 127-98
victory at Cleveland, dominating the second half
of the match after being down 12 points during
the second quarter.
Reserve guard Shelvin Mack scored a career-
high 24 points for the Hawks, having averaged 3.8
points per game for the season.
He made all six of his three-pointers as the
Hawks went 16 for 28 from behind the arc.
LeBron James scored 21 points for Cleveland,
but didn't play in the fourth quarter with the
result beyond the hosts.
Toronto used a big fourth quarter to overrun
Mason Plumlee had a career-high 23 points for
Brooklyn, which went 5-of-13 in both field-goal
and free-throw attempts in the fourth.
Toronto reached 20 wins before Christmas for
the first time in its 20-year history.
Houston's James Harden scored 41 points,
including eight in overtime, as the Rockets beat
Arron Afflalo had tied the game for the Rockets
with a buzzer-beating three-pointer at the end
Patrick Beverley sealed Houston's seventh win
in eight games by hitting four straight free throws
in the final 17.8 seconds.
Harden had a big game at the line, too,
hitting 18 of 21.
Los Angeles' Blake Griffin had
31 points and 16 rebounds as the
Clippers edged Indiana 102-100.
Dallas' Chandler Parsons
scored a season-high 32 points
to lead the Mavericks to a 117-
106 win against Detroit.
Utah's Gordon Hayward
scored 29 points in the Jazz's
105-87 win at Miami, which
got 42 points from Dwyane
Phoenix ended a run of
six consecutive defeats by
winning 111-106 at
Charlotte, with reserve
guard Isaiah Thomas
scoring 23 points.
Boston had a com-
fortable 109-92 home
win over Orlando, with
an even spread of
scoring in which no
more than 18.
Djokovic and Serena
Williams have been
selected as the Inter-
national Tennis Feder-
ation s world champi-
ons for 2014.
Djokovic won the
annual award for a fourth
time, while Williams
claimed it for a fifth time.
Djokovic won Wim-
bledon for his seventh
Grand Slam title and
reclaimed the No 1 rank-
ing. Williams won the US
Open for her 18th major
championship and stayed
No 1 throughout the year.
Bob and Mike Bryan
won the men's doubles
award for the 11th time
in 12 years, while Sara
Errani and Roberta Vinci
of Italy took the women's
prize for the third straight
CiCi Bellis of the Unit-
ed States and Russia's
Andrey Rublev were
named junior world
champions. Japan's Yui
Kamiji and Shingo
Kunieda are the wheel-
get top ITF awards
Novak Djokovic returns a ball during the
International Premier Tennis League, in New Delhi,
India, Monday, December 8. Djokovic and Serena
Williams have been selected as International Tennis
Federation's world champions for 2014. AP PHOTO
Grizzlies prevails in OT classic against Spurs
guard Vince Carter,
left, drives around
San Antonio Spurs
Diaw, of France,
during the second
half of an NBA
Wednesday in San
Antonio. AP PHOTO
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