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Basketball

NBA

Toronto 109, Washington 104
Oklahoma City 121, N.Y. 118 (OT)
Chicago 122, Philadelphia 90
Dallas 97, Miami 91
Indiana 125, Houston 115
Milwaukee 93, Charlotte 88
L.A. Clippers 99, Kings 89

Top 25 men

(1) Kansas 94, Colorado 74
(2) Kentucky 58, (17) Vandy 56
(4) Purdue 75, Illinois 65
(7) Kansas St. 83, Oklahoma 68
(8) West Virginia 75, Seton Hall 63
(12) New Mexico 59, Air Force 56
(15) Texas 71, Texas Tech 67
(16) BYU 85, Wyoming 63
(18) Butler 70, Siena 53
(20) Tennessee 63, S. Carolina 55
(21) Temple 75, St. Joseph’s 67
Oklahoma St. 82, (22) Baylor 75
N.C. State 68, (23) Wake Forest 54
(24) Texas A&M 60, Iowa State 56
(25) Richmond 74, Geo. Wash. 70

Area men

(13) Gonzaga 72, Pepperdine 54
Washington St. 51, USC 47
Washington 97, UCLA 68
N. Arizona 74, EWU 71 (OT)
Long Beach St. 77, Idaho 66
Whitworth 77, Linfield 53
CCS 91, Columbia Basin 80
NIC 74, Southern Idaho 65

Top 25 women

(1) Connecticut 85, Providence 53
(2) Stanford 82, Oregon St. 48
(3) Nebraska 89, Colorado 73
(14) G’town 76, (4) Notre Dame 66
(6) Xavier 75, Massachusetts 41
(9) W. Virginia 54, South Florida 45
(15) Texas A&M 58, (12) Texas 44
(13) Iowa State 55, Missouri 42
(18) Baylor 80, (17) Oklahoma St. 69

Area women

(21) Gonzaga 87, Pepperdine 45
UCLA 93, Washington St. 58
USC 56, Washington 51
EWU 71, Northern Arizona 64
Idaho 60, New Mex. State 59
Whitworth 65, Linfield 56
CCS 75, Columbia Basin 63
Southern Idaho 83, NIC 65

Hockey

WHL

Spokane 2, Tri-City 1
Edmonton 3, Prince George 2
Calgary 4, Kamloops 3
Kootenay 2, Lethbridge 1 (SO)
Medicine Hat 4, Moose Jaw 0
Portland 3, Kelowna 2
Prince Albert 3, Vancouver 2 (OT)
Regina 5, Chilliwack 3
Saskatoon 6, Brandon 4
Everett 4, Seattle 2


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