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OKLAHOMA CITY---Russell Westbrook had 36
points, 11 rebounds and six assists as the Oklahoma
City Thunder held off the Chicago Bulls 109--100
on Sunday night.
Enes Kanter added 18 points and 18 rebounds and
fellow center Steven Adams had 14 points and 11
rebounds for the Thunder.
Westbrook s final assist came on the game-turning
play. With the Thunder up 99--95 in the final minute,
he held the ball until near the end of the shot clock,
then passed to Anthony Morrow, who hit a 3-pointer.
PORTO SANT'ELPIDIO---Peter Sagan sprinted
through the rain to win the penultimate stage of
the Tirreno-Adriatico yesterday, while Nairo Quin-
tana retained the overall lead heading into the final
Sagan won a mass sprint to complete the victory
in five hours, four minutes, 14 seconds in difficult
conditions over the 210-kilometre (130.5-mile) route
from Rieti to Porto Sant Elpidio, the sixth stage of
the race across central Italy.
The Slovak sprint specialist pumped his fists in
the air as he crossed the line ahead of Gerald Ciolek
and Jens Debusschere for his first victory for Tin-
koff-Saxo, after two second-place finishes in this
year s Tirreno.
Quintana tops the overall standings, retaining a
39-second advantage over Bauke Mollema and a 48-
second lead over Rigoberto Uran.
Tuesday s final stage is a 10K (6.2-mile) individual
time trial around San Benedetto del Tronto.
Sunday s stage was a tough one, with snow falling
heavily on the difficult climb to Terminillo. There
were several withdrawals before the start of Monday s
stage and several more during the route as the rain
continued to lash down on the riders, who also had
to endure low temperatures.
Alessandro Vanotti, Stijn Devolder and Yukiya
Arashiro broke clear after 15K (9.3 miles) and had a
lead of nearly six minutes before the peloton started
to reel them in.
The Tinkoff-Saxo team, which was riding for
Sagan s bid for a stage win and Alberto Contador s
faint hopes of retaining his Tirreno title, upped the
pace on the ascent up to Montelparo---the sole cat-
egorised climb of the day---and cut the gap to 1:34.
Nikola Mirotic scored 27 points and Pau Gasol added
20 for Chicago.
Oklahoma City won for the 16th time in its last
18 home games.
Cleveland s Kyrie Irving scored 33 points and JR
Smith had 25 as the Cavaliers rolled past the Orlando
LeBron James finished with 21 points, 13 assists
and eight rebounds to help the Cavaliers win their
fourth straight and sixth in seven games.
Victor Oladipo led the Magic with 25 points. Orlan-
do has lost four straight.
In Los Angeles, Dennis Schroder had 24 points
and ten assists, and Al Horford scored 21 points as
the Atlanta Hawks beat the Lakers 91--86.
Atlanta s Kyle Korver left with a broken nose after
taking an offensive foul from Ed Davis with 8:59 left
in the first half. The injury ended a streak of 51 con-
secutive games with a 3-pointer by Korver, who
missed both of his shots from behind the arc.
Reserves Carlos Boozer and Ryan Kelly each scored
13 points for the Lakers.
The Houston Rockets edged the Los Angeles Clip-
pers 100--98 after James Harden scored 34 points,
and Terrence Jones added 16 points and 12 rebounds.
Trevor Ariza had 19 points and nine rebounds,
helping Houston move within two games of idle
Memphis for the Southwest Division lead.
Chris Paul scored 23 points for the Clippers, but
missed a five-foot fadeaway jumper at the buzzer.
Gasol (16) and
Mirotic (44) in
quarter of an
Westbrook lifts Thunder
to win over Bulls
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