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OKLAHOMA CITY---Russell Westbrook had his fifth
triple-double in six games to help the Oklahoma
City Thunder beat the Toronto Raptors 108-104 in
the NBA, Sunday night.
The NBA scoring leader had 30 points, matched
a career high with 17 assists and added 11 rebounds
for his seventh triple-double of the season and 15th
Enes Kanter had 21 points and 12 rebounds, and
Serge Ibaka had 21 points and five blocks for the
Thunder. They remained alone in eighth place in the
Western Conference standings.
DeMar DeRozan scored 24 points for Toronto. The
Raptors have lost three straight.
Elsewhere, Golden State defeated the Los Angeles
Clippers 106-98 for its sixth straight home victory
and San Antonio defeated Chicago 116-105 despite
getting no baskets from Tim Duncan for the first
time in his lengthy career.
Golden State s Draymond Green had 23 points and
six assists and Klay Thompson added 21 points on
Shaun Livingston gave the Warriors a lift off the
bench with a season-best 21 points and eight rebounds
in 28 minutes to take some pressure off star Stephen
Curry. Curry didn t score his first field goal until 5:16
before halftime and finished with 12 points and four
In San Antonio, Tony Parker had a season-high 32
points as the Spurs won their fifth straight game.
Duncan failed to make a basket for the first time
in his career, ending his NBA-record streak at 1,310
games. He was 0 for 8 while and finished with three
points on free throws.
Kawhi Leonard added 20 points, Patty Mills had
15 points and Manu Ginobili 14 for the Spurs.
In other games, Monta Ellis scored 18 of his 31
points in the third quarter and Dallas closed with a
16-3 spurt in the final 6:36 to beat the Los Angeles
Dirk Nowitzki had 12 points for the Mavericks, and
Chandler Parsons had 11 points and six rebounds in
35 minutes after missing seven games with a sprained
Al Jefferson scored 24 points to lead Charlotte past
Detroit 108-101 in a matchup of Eastern Conference
Mo Williams had 19 points and nine assists for the
Hornets. They have won five straight to strengthen
their bid for a postseason berth, while Detroit has
dropped six in a row.
The Orlando Magic topped the Boston Celtics 103-
98 and the Utah Jazz got 24 points from Gordon
Hayward to beat the Brooklyn Nets 95-88. (AP)
CONTRES---Alexander Kristoff of Nor-
way sprinted to victory in the first stage
of Paris-Nice yesterday to claim his fifth
win this season, while former world
champion Tom Boonen retired with a
The Katusha rider edged Frenchmen
Nacer Bouhanni and Bryan Coquard at the
end of the 196.5-kilometre (122.1-mile)
stage from Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse to
Contres that was marred by Boonen s crash.
The one-day classic specialist heavily
hit the ground about 17 kilometres (10.6
miles) from the finish after colliding with
another rider. Boonen withdrew from the
race and his upcoming classics campaign
could be in jeopardy.
"It s my first stage win on the Paris-
Nice so it s another step forward because
I ve tried three times before," Kristoff said.
"When we reached the last 700 metres I
was the only one left on my team and I
managed to get behind the wheel of (John)
Degenkolb and Bouhanni, who was in a
pretty good position. I knew I had to hold
them off, as well as Bryan Coquard, so I
didn t know I d won right away when I
crossed the line."
Michal Kwiatkowski, who won Sunday s
prologue, retained the race leader s yellow
The race continues today with a 172-
kilometre (106.9-mile) trek from the
ZooParc de Beauval zoological park to
Saint-Amand-Montrond in central France.
Kristoff wins Paris-Nice 1st stage
(0) goes up
for a shot
Lowry (7) in
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