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Basketball

NBA

N.Jersey 102, L.A. Clippers 98 (OT)
Philadelphia 89, Boston 86
Toronto 108, Indiana 98
Charlotte 97, Portland 92
Chicago 94, Atlanta 76
Minnesota 122, Utah 101
Oklahoma City 104, Detroit 94
San Antonio 108, Sacramento 103
Golden State 123, Orlando 120

Top 25 men

(1) Ohio St. 67, N’western 61 (OT)
(2) Kansas 90, Colorado 83
(14) Louisville 83,

(4) Notre Dame 77 (OT)

(5) Duke 87, Maryland 71
(6) UNC 61, Miami 59
(7) San Diego St. 74, UNLV 72
(8) BYU 87, New Mexico 76
Michigan St. 75, (9) Purdue 56
(10) Texas 70, Texas A&M 58
(21) UConn 76, (11) Syracuse 71 (OT)
(12) Florida 85, Tennessee 74
Penn St. 36, (13) Wisconsin 33
(15) Kentucky 75, Mississippi 66
Dayton 68, (18) Xavier 67
(23) Utah St. 58, San Jose St. 54
(24) Temple 96, La Salle 76

Pac-10 men

Washington 69, Oregon 51
(16) Arizona 67, USC 62

NCAA Div. III men

Whitworth 93, Marietta (OH) 77

Top 25 women

(2) Stanford 100, Arizona 71
(3) Baylor 86, Kansas St. 53
(7) UCLA 63, California 50
(8) Texas A&M 81, (21) Oklahoma 68
(13) Green Bay 95, Wright St. 65
Tulane 70, (22) Houston 60

Big Sky women

Portland St. 73, EWU 62
Montana 55, N. Colorado 46

Football

AFL

San Jose 76, Spokane 48
Philadelphia 58, Pittsburgh 52
Tampa Bay 46, New Orleans 40

Hockey

NHL

N.Y. Islanders 4, Boston 2
Washington 2, Carolina 1
Los Angeles 4, Columbus 2
Detroit 2, Edmonton 1 (OT)
Ottawa 2, Tampa Bay 1
New Jersey 3, Atlanta 2 (OT)
Dallas 4, Minnesota 0
Anaheim 6, Colorado 2

WHL

Spokane 5, Tri-City 1
Prince Albert 5, Edmonton 2
Moose Jaw 4, Regina 3
Brandon 4, Saskatoon 3 (OT)
Lethbridge 3, Calgary 2
Kootenay 5, Swift Current 4 (SO)
Medicine Hat 3, Red Deer 2 (OT)
Kelowna 5, Kamloops 1
Prince George 8, Vancouver 0
Portland 6, Everett 3
Seattle 3, Chilliwack 2 (OT)


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