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Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard (0) defends as Dallas Mavericks' Dirk
Nowitzki (41), of Germany, falls away on a jump shot that sank in overtime of an
NBA basketball game Saturday, in Dallas. The Mavericks won 111-101. AP PHOTO
DALLAS---Dallas Dirk Nowitzki
capped a late rally with a 3-point-
er that forced overtime and the
Mavericks went on to beat Port-
land 111-101 on Saturday, moving
onto the Trail Blazers tail in the
tight fight for playoff positions
in the NBA Western Conference.
The Mavericks now have one
more win than the Blazers, but
Portland has a greater winning
percentage and the comfort of
leading the Northwest Division by
Elsewhere, Chicago routed New
Orleans to regain leadership of the
Central Division, but remained half
a game behind Washington in the
Eastern Conference after the Wiz-
ards crushed Brooklyn.
Golden State crept back within
a game of overall league leader
Atlanta by winning comfortably
at New York.
Portland lost its seventh straight
road game by blowing an 11-point
lead in the last 2 minutes of reg-
ulation. Nowitzki s high-arching
swish from the top of the key with
20 seconds left finished a 7-0 run
that tied the game 96-96.
The Mavericks scored the first
nine points of overtime as part of
a 22-2 run. Chandler Parsons start-
ed overtime with two free throws
and ended up with 10 points in
the added period to make it 20 for
the game. Damian Lillard scored
26 points for the Blazers.
Chicago capitalized on an injury
to New Orleans star Anthony
Davis by pulling away and beating
the Pelicans 107-72.
Davis injured himself by show-
boating after an alley-oop dunk.
Davis body swung like a pendulum
as he held the rim, then the 6-
foot-10 forward fell horizontally
as he lost his grip, falling hard onto
the court and injuring his right
Davis stayed in the game
momentarily before taking himself
out with 4:16 left in the first half
and the game tied 35-35.
The Bulls pulled away from
there, going on a 40-11 run. Pau
Gasol had 20 points and 15
rebounds while Derrick Rose added
20 points for the Bulls, who had
lost their previous three.
Tyreke Evans had 15 points for
New Orleans. Washington ended
a five-game losing skid by cruising
past Brooklyn 114-77.
John Wall scored 17 points and
Rasual Butler had 15 for the Wiz-
ards, who led throughout and
recorded their most lopsided win
this season despite Bradley Beal
sitting out the game with an
injured right big toe.
Brook Lopez led the Nets with
Golden State won 106-92 at
New York, giving coach Steve Kerr
further vindication of his decision
to take the Warriors job rather than
accepting an offer to coach the
Knicks. Kerr picked the Warriors
over the Knicks during the offsea-
son, and the difference is 30 vic-
tories as the teams near the All-
Mavericks surge late to overrun Trail Blazers
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