Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : April 2nd 2014 Contents Tony Parker scored 22 points in the
San Antonio Spurs' club-record 18th
straight victory, a 103-77 rout of the
slumping Indiana Pacers on Monday.
Boris Diaw added 14 points for the
Spurs, who bettered their previous
longest winning streak that was set
from February 19 through March 31,
Paul George scored 16 points for the
Pacers, who have lost six of seven and
their once seemingly safe three-game
lead over Miami for the Eastern Con-
ference's top seed.
LeBron James scored 32 points for
Miami and Chris Bosh added 18 as the
Heat moved into the top spot in the
Eastern Conference with a 93-83 vic-
tory over the Toronto Raptors.
Miami (51-22, .699) moved percent-
age points ahead of Indiana (52-23,
.693), which lost at home earlier Mon-
day to San Antonio. It's the first time
all season that Miami has been alone
atop the East.
Charlotte's Kemba Walker and Al
Jefferson each had a double-double as
the Bobcats rallied from an 11-point,
fourth-quarter deficit to beat Wash-
ington 100-94, preventing the Wizards
from clinching their first playoff berth
Walker finished with 21 points and
10 assists, and Jefferson had 19 points
and 11 rebounds despite needing seven
stitches in the first half to close a gash
above his right eye.
At Atlanta, Paul Millsap scored 28
points and Lou Williams added 22 off
the bench, rallying the Hawks to a 103-
95 victory that denied the Philadelphia
76ers their first winning streak in nearly
The Hawks, clinging to the final play-
off spot in the East, came into the night
one game ahead of the New York
The 76ers were coming off a victory
over Detroit, ending an NBA record-
tying streak of 26 consecutive losses.
But they couldn't win two in a row for
the first time since January 4.
The New York Knicks stayed one
game back of the final Eastern Con-
ference playoff berth after Carmelo
Anthony scored 34 points in a 92-83
win over the Utah Jazz.
In other matches, the Los Angeles
Clippers downed the Minnesota Tim-
berwolves 114-104, the Chicago Bulls
beat the Boston Celtics 94-80, the
Detroit Pistons defeated the Milwaukee
Bucks 116-111 and the Sacramento Kings
were 102-97 winners over the New
Orleans Pelicans. (AP)
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March 28, 2014
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker (9) looks to shoot under Indiana Pacers
guard Lance Stephenson in the second half of an NBA match in Indianapolis,
Monday night. Spurs won 103-77. AP PHOTO
Spurs seal 18th
Spurs 103 Pacers
Heat 93 Raptors
Bobcats 100 Wizards
Hawks 103 76ers
Knicks 92 Jazz
Grizzlies 94 Nuggets
Clippers 114 Timberwolves 104
Bulls 94 Celtics
Pistons 116 Bucks
Kings 102 Pelicans
champion Stanislas Wawrinka
acknowledges that Switzerland
has its best chance in years to win
a first Davis Cup title.
"We all know that we have a
good opportunity, especially since
Roger is playing and I am playing,"
Wawrinka said yesterday, ahead of
a home quarterfinal against Kaza-
The tie opens on Friday in Gene-
va on an indoor hard-court, with
Wawrinka ranked No 3 and Roger
Federer rising again to No 4. Kaza-
khstan's best-ranked player is No
56 Mikhail Kukushkin.
The winner faces Britain or Italy
in September. The Swiss, who won
the first-round tie in Serbia, would
have another home tie if Italy is
the semifinal opponent.
Switzerland last reached a Davis
Cup semi 11 years ago. (AP)
Wawrinka targets 1st Davis Cup title for Swiss
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