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Aldridge Leads Portland Over Houston 122-120 in OT

Posted: 04/20/2014 - LaMarcus Aldridge scored a franchise playoff-record 46 points and Damian Lillard added 31, including the go-ahead free throws in overtime, to lift the Portland Trail Blazers to a 122-120 victory over the Houston Rockets on Sunday night in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.

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Posey, Lincecum Lead Giants to 4-3 Win

Posted: 04/20/2014 - Buster Posey hit a two-run home run and Tim Lincecum earned his first victory of the season for the San Francisco Giants, who had only three hits Sunday in beating San Diego 4-3 Sunday to snap a three-game losing streak.

Bruins Top Red Wings 4-1, Even Series at 1-1

Posted: 04/20/2014 - Justin Florek and Reilly Smith scored in a three-minute span in the first period and the Boston Bruins evened their playoff series with a 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings in the Game 2 on Sunday.

Duncan Scores 27 points, Spurs Beat Mavs 90-85

Posted: 04/20/2014 - Tim Duncan scored 27 points, and the San Antonio Spurs held the Dallas Mavericks to one field goal in the final seven minutes to rally for a 90-85 victory Sunday in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.

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  • Mavericks can't win without Dirk
    SAN ANTONIO -- Devin Harris was the Dallas Mavericks' best player Sunday afternoon at the AT&T Center -- and it wasn't even debatable. Harris, who had 19 points and five assists, was the Mavs' best player.  Dirk Nowitzki and Monta Ellis failed to do what each man does best: Put the ball in the basket. Nowitzki and Ellis were each 4-of-14 from the floor and finished with 11 points, which isn't close to being good enough to beat the team that finished with the NBA's best record. San Antonio 90, Dallas 85. It's hard to believe the Mavs led 81-71 with 7:45 left after Brandan Wright's dunk and subsequent foul shot following yet another successful pick-and-roll with Harris. But then they missed 12 consecutive shots, including four by Dirk. The Mavs didn't score another basket until Harris' layup as time expired. Ridiculous. "I thought Dirk had some good looks and there were some that were heavily...
  • Resilient Bulls in familiar territory
    CHICAGO -- It was Nene, the Brazilian warrior philosopher of the low post, who said Sunday, "Who can control our present is ourselves. Who can control our future is only God." That's startlingly similar to the Chicago Bulls' prevailing ideology, except replace God with Tom Thibodeau. And Thibs knows how Thibs will respond in the film room Monday. Probably not with a lot of prayerful words. To a man, the Bulls knew they let the present slip through their fingers in a playoff-opener dud Sunday, losing a second-half lead and falling 102-93 to the Washington Wizards. Chicago led by 13 early in the third quarter and seemed poised to grow the lead before riding out an inevitable Washington comeback, but the Wizards' big men and their old man, Andre...
  • Marathon brings blessings of family
    BOSTON -- Larry and Stephanie Guidetti were standing three rows back in a dense crowd when the bombs exploded on the sidewalks across the street, first to their right and then to their left on the finishing stretch of the Boston Marathon. Their 27-year-old daughter Gillian was still out on the course, somewhere close, according to the race tracker they'd been checking all afternoon. Stephanie was a nurse for 23 years, trained to cope with life and death on the job. Larry has logged 44 years as a math teacher, coach and guidance counselor. He has dealt with the aftermath of suicides and car wrecks and heart attacks. But what faced them at that moment was wholesale shock and gore. People turned away, fleeing to either side and behind them. Stephanie's body iced over. Her mind congealed into a single thought: Please God, let her be OK. Larry's head instantly cleared of all but the essential. He worked the equation. If there was a third bomb, he reasoned, it...
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    More runners, more fans, more police expected for 1st Boston Marathon after deadly bombings

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