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Ginobili leads Spurs over Grizzlies

Spurs guard Manu Ginobili shoots in Spurs’ win over Grizzlies. (Associated Press)
Spurs guard Manu Ginobili shoots in Spurs’ win over Grizzlies. (Associated Press)
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NBA: Manu Ginobili scored 17 points and Tim Duncan recorded a triple-double of 14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists to lead visiting San Antonio over Memphis 107-101.

Marc Gasol led Memphis with 28 points and 12 rebounds.

• Wizards see double in easy win over Nuggets: Kris Humphries scored 20 points and host Washington scored its biggest win of the season, beating Denver 119-89.

Wilson Chandler led the Nuggets with 20 points.

• Westbrook leads Thunder over 76ers: Russell Westbrook had 27 points to lead visiting Oklahoma City over Philadelphia 103-91.

Robert Covington led Philadelphia with 21 points.

• Walker, Hornets sink Knicks to end skid: Kemba Walker’s layup as time expired lifted host Charlotte over New York 103-102, snapping the Hornets’ 10-game losing streak.

Carmelo Anthony had 32 points for the Knicks.

• Zeller leads Celtics over Lakers: Tyler Zeller had season highs of 24 points and 14 rebounds and Boston beat the visiting Lakers 113-96.

Kobe Bryant scored 22 points for the Lakers.

• James scores 24, Cavaliers beat Raptors : LeBron James had 24 points and a season-best 13 assists, Kevin Love added 15 points and 13 rebounds, and Cleveland beat host Toronto 105-91.

Amir Johnson scored a season-high 27 points for Toronto.

• Johnson’s layup lifts Rockets over Wolves in OT: James Harden had 38 points and Nick Johnson scored on a driving layup with 0.8 seconds to go in overtime that helped Houston escape with a 114-112 victory over Minnesota.

Kings top Pacers in OT: Carl Landry made the game-winning basket with just under a second to play and Sacramento beat Indiana 102-101 in overtime.

Landry rebounded a missed shot by Rudy Gay (27 points), made a quick fake and converted underneath with 0.8 seconds left.

Ducks win on road over Wild 5-4

NHL: Matt Beleskey scored midway through the third period to give visiting Anaheim a 5-4 victory over Minnesota.

Ryan Kesler added two goals for the Ducks.

• Little scores three as Jets beat Avalanche: Bryan Little scored three goals to help host Winnipeg beat Colorado 6-2.

Chris Thorburn, Andrew Ladd and Dustin Byfuglien also scored for the Jets.

• Saad’s late goal lifts Blackhawks over Canadiens: Brandon Saad scored with 27 seconds left and surging Chicago beat visiting Montreal 4-3.

Jonathan Toews, Michal Rozsival and Ben Smith all scored for Chicago.

No. 1 Kentucky tops sixth-ranked Texas

College basketball: Willie Cauley-Stein scored a season-high 21 points and keyed Kentucky’s 18-2 run to open the second half, and the top-ranked Wildcats beat No. 6 Texas 63-51 in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge.

Cauley-Stein’s tip-in provided a 44-28 lead with 11:20 remaining.

• No. 11 Kansas rallies to beat Florida: Wayne Selden Jr. scored 21 points, Cliff Alexander added 12 off the bench and No. 11 Kansas overcame an 18-point deficit to beat host Florida 71-65.

The Jayhawks trailed 39-24 at halftime before using a 17-0 surge to seize control.

Devin Robinson scored 13 points for Florida.

Baylor QB Petty cleared to play

College football: Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty is set to play against Kansas State tonight, one week after suffering a concussion.

School officials said Friday that Petty has been medically cleared for the fifth-ranked Bears when they play the ninth-ranked Wildcats.

Spieth leads; Woods loses more ground

Golf: Patrick Reed put on quite a show in the Hero World Challenge in Windermere, Florida.

Reed was 8 under through 10 holes and settled for a 9-under 63. He played alongside Tiger Woods, who showed signs of life on the back nine until ending his day with another flubbed chip shot. Woods shot a 70 and remained in last place.

Jordan Spieth had a two-shot lead and was at 11 under.

Virginia takes NCAA semi over Texas A&M

Soccer: Virginia reached its first Women’s College Cup final with a 3-1 semifinal victory over Texas A&M in Boca Raton, Florida.

Virginia will play Florida State, which defeated Stanford 2-0 in Friday’s other semifinal.

Jansrud extends streak to three

Skiing: Kjetil Jansrud of Norway extended his World Cup streak to three straight races with a downhill win on a challenging course in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Jansrud finished in an unofficial time of 1:40.17.

• Slovenia’s Tina Maze wins downhill; Vonn eighth: Lindsey Vonn is quickly getting up to speed, just not fast enough to catch up to Tina Maze in the women’s World Cup downhill opener in Lake Louisa, Alberta.

Vonn wound up in eighth place, 0.85 seconds behind the winning time.

Kirchenschlager, Powell win again

Rodeo: Turtle Powell and Dakota Kirchenschlager won their second consecutive team roping round, this time in a round-two record time of 3.80 seconds at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.

Other winners included Steven Peebles (bareback riding), Luke Branquinho and Kyle Irwin (steer wrestling), Jacobs Crawley (saddle bronc riding), Cade Swor (tie-down roping), Lisa Lockhart (barrel racing), and Aaron Pass (bull riding).

Former Colbert cowboy Tyson Durfey was fourth in tie-down roping with a time of 8.10 seconds.

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