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NEW YORK---Denver and New
York both pulled out wins
against the odds on Thursday
night, continuing their recent
form improvements at the
expense of Oklahoma City and
Denver s Randy Foye scored a
season-high 24 points to steer
the Nuggets to a 101-88 win over
Oklahoma City, which fell into a
tie with Portland for leadership
of the Northwest Division.
It was the second straight game
that Foye, who hit six three-
pointers, established a season
high, having recorded 23 points
against Boston on Tuesday.
Evan Fournier had 19 points
for Denver, which has won four
in a row after losing eight straight
prior to that.
Kevin Durant scored 30 points
for the Thunder.
New York managed a third-
straight win for the first time in
a disappointing season, and did
it in style by beating Miami 102-
92.Carmelo Anthony scored 29
points and Andrea Bargnani had
19 for the Knicks, who seized
control with a 16-2 run spanning
the third and fourth quarters.
New York was second to
Miami in the Eastern Conference
last season when it won the series
3-1, but there was little reason to
suggest the Knicks were ready to
compete with the NBA champi-
ons this season.
LeBron James scored 32 points
for the Heat, who played without
injured starters Mario Chalmers
and Shane Battier and didn t get
much from Chris Bosh, who was
held to six points on 3-of-10
Nuggets, Knicks win
against the odds
DURBAN---Joost Luiten holed
out for an albatross on the way
to a 5-under 67 yesterday and a
share of the second-round lead
with Louis Oosthuizen and
Tommy Fleetwood at the Volvo
The Dutchman holed his
seven-iron from 248 yards for a
two on the par-five No. 10 at
Durban Country Club. His shot
pitched near the front fringe, took
a couple of bounces across the
green and rolled home.
"The ball just pitched exactly
where I wanted it to, in front of
the green and rolled right up to
the flag and disappeared in the
hole," said Luiten, who turned 28
on Tuesday. "So, yeah, it was a
good feeling. I ve never had an
albatross before and now at seven
under par I am in a great position
for the weekend."
Luiten is at seven-under 137
total alongside defending cham-
pion Oosthuizen (69) and Fleet-
There was only one albatross---
or double eagle---on the European
Tour all of last season. Chris Doak
got it at the Madeira Islands Open
Oosthuizen made four birdies
and a bogey, while Fleetwood had
six birdies and a single dropped
Victor Dubuisson (69) was
alone in fourth at six under.
Luiten, who qualified for the
elite 36-player field in Durban by
capturing the KLM Open, was
three-under when he made his
albatross and immediately jumped
into a share of the lead at six-
under. He also birdied the last.
Oosthuizen is looking to suc-
cessfully defend a European Tour
title for the second time in his
career after winning the Africa
Open in 2011 and 2012.
"I m delighted with my posi-
tion and luckily it s the type of
golf course where you can get
away with it by not hitting a lot
of drivers or 3-woods," the 2010
British Open winner said. "So I
just need to keep it together for
Fleetwood earned his place in
the field by winning the Johnnie
Walker Championship at Gle-
neagles in September and he
matched Luiten s 67 to move into
contention for a second tour title.
First round leader Raphael
Jacquelin (73) remains in con-
tention despite a slip into a share
of sixth place with former British
Open winner Darren Clarke (71).
Padraig Harrington shot a 71
after his caddie collapsed mid-
round and was treated for dehy-
dration. A photographer and then
an Irish tourist stepped in to carry
his bag. (AP)
Luiten's albatross sees him tied for Volvo lead
HONOLULU---Sang-Moon Bae got the better
of his playing partner Chris Kirk on Thursday,
taking a one-shot lead after the first round of
the Sony Open.
Bae made a great start in pristine conditions
and shot a 7-under 63, while Kirk made an ideal
finish and shot 29 on the back nine to be a
stroke back at Waialae Country Club.
Ryan Palmer birdied the last two holes for a
65, tied for third with Brian Stuard who made
eight birdies in his round of 65.
Bae and Kirk provided plenty of excitement
in one group. They had a better-ball score of
56. There were only five holes where neither
got a birdie.
Retief Goosen, who missed much of last year
with back problems, and John Daly were among
seven players at 66. (AP)
Bae grabs early
lead at Sony Open
ORLANDO---US Open champion Justin Rose
has mild tendinitis in his right shoulder and
will delay the start of his golf season.
Rose will not play the Abu Dhabi HSBC Cham-
pionship next week or the Farmers Insurance
Open at Torrey Pines the following week. His
agent at Excel Sports, Mark Steinberg, says Rose
is likely to start his year in February.
Rose won his first major at Merion last summer.
The Englishman played deep into 2013 by finishing
the European Tour season in China, Turkey and
Dubai. He also played in South Africa.
Steinberg says reports from the doctors are
encouraging. But with rest and rehabilitation as
the only means of treatment, Rose thinks it is
best to not compete for at least a few weeks. (AP)
Rose to miss a
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