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HOUSTON---Houston brought LeBron James and
his Miami teammates back to earth, a day after he
scored a record 61 points, by beating the Heat 106-
103 on Tuesday.
Miami had the consolation of knowing NBA Eastern
Conference title rival Indiana also lost, beaten by a
last-second Golden State basket; keeping the Pacers
advantage over the Heat at two games.
The big game in the Western Conference saw the
Los Angeles Clippers extend their winning run by
Houston s Dwight Howard had 22 points and 16
rebounds and James Harden added 21 points.
James had just 22 points and only three in the
second half, one night after setting a club record and
career-best 61. He acknowledged before the match
that he was "extremely tired" and that he spent most
of the day sleeping.
Still, the Heat was within three points with 21.2
seconds left. Harden threw the ball away after that,
and Howard accidentally hit James in the face when
they both went up to try to grab a long pass.
James lay on the court holding his broken nose for
a few seconds before getting up and slowly walking
to the bench. He remained in the game after a timeout,
but missed a desperation three-point attempt at the
buzzer that would have tied it.
Dwyane Wade had 24 points for the Heat.
Golden State s Klay Thompson made a 12-foot
turnaround jumper with 0.6 seconds left to secure
a 98-96 win at Indiana.
Thompson scored 16 of his 25 points in the fourth
quarter while Stephen Curry finished with 19 points
for the Warriors, who have won five of six. It was
their first win at Indiana in seven years.
David West had 27 points for the Pacers, who had
won their previous five and lost only three home
games this season.
The Warriors were in control most of the night but
the Pacers tied it 94-94 with a 12-0 run. After Thomp-
son put Golden State ahead again, George s long three-
pointer at the buzzer was short.
Los Angeles Matt Barnes scored 18 of his season-
high 28 points in the third quarter to set up a 104-
96 win for the Clippers against Phoenix.
PJ Tucker scored 18 for the Suns, who played without
injured centre Miles Plumlee and lost guard Leandro
Barbosa to a broken hand in the first half.
San Antonio hit six-straight three pointers to over-
turn a 12-point deficit and went on to beat Cleveland
Oklahoma City s Russell Westbrook had a triple-
double in 21 minutes and Kevin Durant scored 42
points as the Thunder thrashed a woeful Philadelphia
New Orleans Anthony Davis had 28 points and 15
rebounds to help the Pelicans beat the Los Angeles
Lakers 132-125 to arrest an eight-match losing skid.
Nets sign Jason Collins to
another ten-day contract
NEW YORK---Jason Collins second stint with the
Brooklyn Nets will last at least ten more days.
The Nets signed Collins to a second ten-day contract
yesterday, and he will be in uniform when they host
the Memphis Grizzlies.
Collins became the NBA s first openly gay player
when he signed his first deal on February 23. Teams
can sign players to two ten-day contracts, and then
have to sign them for the rest of the season if they
want to keep them.
Collins has appeared in all five games since his return,
with three points and five rebounds in 36 minutes.
The 13-year veteran also played for the Nets from
Miami Heat forward
LeBron James (6) walks
off the court after
missing the final shot
during the fourth
quarter of an NBA
match against the
Tuesday, in Houston.
The Rockets defeated
the Heat 106-103. AP
back to earth
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