Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 25th 2016 Contents OAKLAND---Stephen Curry scored 33 points as
the Golden State Warriors stayed on track to make
more history Wednesday night with a 114-98 victory
over the Los Angeles Clippers.
Klay Thompson added 32 points with seven 3-
pointers, Curry drew a rare technical in the fourth,
and Harrison Barnes had 11 points and six rebounds
as Golden State (64-7) stayed one game ahead of the
1995-96 Bulls' pace in their record 72-win season.
The Warriors won their 51st straight regular-season
home game, improving to 33-0 this season at Oracle
Arena. The Clippers were swept by Golden State for
the first time since dropping all six meetings in 1985-
86.Kawhi Leonard matched his career high with 32
points before leaving with a bruised quadriceps as San
Antonio beat Miami 112-88 to remain perfect at home.
San Antonio has won its first 36 home games, leaving
the Spurs a game shy of matching the record set by
Chicago in 1995-96. The Spurs have won 45 consec-
utive regular-season games at home over two sea-
In Cleveland, LeBron James scored 26 points and
Kevin Love added 24 in Cleveland's 113-104 victory
Kyrie Irving had 16 points, eight rebounds and eight
assists. Tristan Thompson added 13 points and 10
rebounds to help Cleveland maintain its grip on the
top seed in the Eastern Conference.
Andre Drummond had 30 points and 14 rebounds,
as Detroit led all the way at home to beat Orlando
Chasing their first postseason appearance since
2009, the Pistons have won four straight, and they
still have four games to go on their nine-game home-
Damian Lillard had 27 points and six assists and Ed
Davis scored all of his 16 points in the first half to
help Portland win at home over Dallas, 109-103.
Maurice Harkless, starting for just the fourth time
all season, and C.J. McCollum each added 14 points
for the Blazers, as Dallas fell into a tie with Utah for
seventh in the West.
Isaiah Thomas scored 23 points and Evan Turner
added 17 as Boston beat visiting Toronto 91-79. Toronto
had a four-game winning streak snapped and fell 2
1/2 games behind Cleveland for the best record in the
Derrick Favors' dunk with 1.6 seconds left lifted
Utah past Houston, 89-87. Gordon Hayward had 22
points, and Favors added 17 for Utah.
In Chicago, rookie Kristaps Porzingis matched his
season high with 29 points and grabbed 10 rebounds
while Carmelo Anthony added 24 to help New York
win 115-107. The Bulls dropped behind Detroit in the
Eastern Conference standings for the eighth and final
playoff spot. Nikola Mirotic scored a career-high 35
points for the Bulls.
In other matches, Emmanuel Mudiay made a 35-
footer at the buzzer to finish with 27 points and give
Denver a thrilling home victory over Philadelphia,
Reserve Dennis Schroder scored 23 points and Kyle
Korver connected on five three-pointers as Atlanta
won 122-101 at Washington, Karl-Anthony Towns had
26 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks to lead Minnesota
past Sacramento at home, 113-104, and Kobe Bryant
said farewell to Phoenix, scoring 17 points cheered on
by a loud, pro-Lakers crowd in a 119-107 loss to the
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LAUSANNE---The International Table Tennis Fed-
eration has moved the European Olympic qualifi-
cation tournament from Istanbul to Halmstad,
Sweden, because of security concerns.
Four people were killed and dozens wounded in
a suicide bombing on Saturday in Istanbul. Turkey
has endured six suicide bombing attacks in less than
In agreement with the European Table Tennis
Union, the ITTF decided to move the tournament,
which was scheduled for April 6-10, to Halmstad
on April 12-16.
ETTU President Ronald Kramer says "many of
the European member associations, players, coaches,
and others have informed us of their great concern
in this period of time to travel to Istanbul."
"From a human point of view, it may even be
unfair to ask our Turkish colleagues to continue
preparing the event." (AP)
second half of
an NBA match
Warriors on track for history
by beating Clippers
Euro Olympic table tennis
qualifier moved from Istanbul
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