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#1 30-11-2016 09:38:21

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The Cavs pushed their lead to 88-69 in the fourth

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Steve Blake scored 13 of his 19 points in the third quarter, Pau Gasol and Nick Young each had 16, and the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Utah Jazz 111-106 Friday night in the preseason finale for both teams. Gordon Hayward led Utah with 18 points and seven rebounds, and Alec Burks had 18 off the bench. Rudy Gobert got 12 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter to help the Jazz keep it close. A moment of silence was observed at Honda Center for Hall of Famer Bill Sharman, who coached the Lakers to their first NBA championship in Los Angeles in 1971-72 -- when they won a franchise-record 69 games and a league-record 33 in a row. Sharman died Friday at age 87 after suffering a stroke last Saturday. He had been a special consultant with the organization for the previous 23 seasons. Trailing by 15 points after three, the Jazz got as close as 100-96 on Lester Hudsons 3-pointer with 5:41 remaining. Hayward led Utah to a 53-51 halftime lead with 16 points, eight of them at the end of a 19-2 run that turned an 11-point deficit into a 48-42 advantage with 2:27 left in the second quarter. But the Lakers opened the third with a 20-6 run that put them ahead 71-59, and they increased the margin to 88-73 on Blakes 3-pointer with 8.4 seconds left in the quarter. The Lakers finished the preseason 4-4. It was their first training camp under coach Mike DAntoni, who was hired five games into last season after the team started out 1-4 under Mike Brown. The Lakers open the regular season Tuesday night against the Clippers, who won all four meetings last season. Utah will host Oklahoma City in its opener on Wednesday night after finishing its exhibition schedule a league-worst 1-7. "Im looking forward to it," coach Tyrone Corbin said. "Weve made some great strides in the exhibition season. Were starting over in some ways, so performance and consistency is going to be a key for us, along with how were going to perform in certain situations. "Its going to be different and theres going to be a lot of adjustments, so we have to make sure we stay on top of it and keep ourselves growing as much as we can." Clippers Jersey . Louis Blues just continue to roll -- especially against the Nashville Predators. Jamal Crawford Clippers Jersey . Simon (10-3) allowed three runs on five hits and three walks in 6 1-3 innings to break a tie with the Dodgers Zack Greinke and Cardinals Adam Wainwright for the NL lead in victories. Simon went to spring training as a relief pitcher and moved into the starting rotation when Mat Latos was recovering from elbow and knee surgeries. http://www.jerseyclippersshopofficial.c … ll-jersey/ .S. routed Sweden 7-0 Sunday to win its fourth straight title and seventh overall under-18 world championship. 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Kyrie Irving had 37 points and 11 assists and Jarrett Jack added 17 points, leading the Cavs to a 109-94 victory over the hard-to-figure Knicks on Tuesday night. Fresh off an embarrassing 41-point loss at home to Boston on Sunday, New York dropped to 5-15 and made Woodsons future even more uncertain. The Knicks have lost 11 of 13. "I dont have the answer to what we have to do," Carmelo Anthony said. "You cant coach or you cant teach energy. The losing is becoming unacceptable. Hopefully, everybody feels like that. I cant be the only one who is feeling like that." Irving scored 12 points in the third quarter, when the Cavs outscored the defenceless Knicks 33-20 and pulled away. Tristan Thompson added 12 points -- two on a ferocious put-back dunk -- and had nine rebounds as Cleveland won its fourth straight at home. Anthony scored 29 points and Amare Stoudemire had 15 for the Knicks, who erased an early 18-point deficit, gave it all back, fell behind by 19 and werent aggressive. New York attempted just five three throws. "This is all new to me," Stoudemire said. "Ive never been 5-15 before in my career. The only thing we can do is stay positive." Anthony said there are bigger things to worry about than any looming changes. "If we start thinking about that, were going to be 5-25," he said. "It will all go downhill." After being outscored 22-4 during one stretch of the second quarter, the Knicks got it together -- briefly. New York only trailed by three at halftime and the Knicks were showing some signs of life, one game after enduring the most lopsided loss in the NBA this season. Anthonys 3-pointer pulled New York within 53-52, but Thompson scored on a sensational, one-handed dunk, triggering an 8-0 run that made it 61-52. "I did take it out on the rim," said Thompson, who was frustrated by early foul trouble. "Sorry, rim." Irving hit a 3-pointer, and moments later, Clevelands Alonzo Gee tipped the ball away from New York guard Pablo Prigioni near midcourt. Gee picked up the loose ball and led a three-on-none Cavs break past Woodson, who stood on the sideline unable to prevent Cleeveland from scoring another easy basket.dddddddddddd The Cavs pushed their lead to 88-69 in the fourth quarter before the Knicks made one last run, getting within 90-77 on a jumper by Andrea Bargnani. But Jack hit a 3-pointer, Irving made one from long range and Cleveland finished off its largest win this season. With four wins in five games, the Cavs are beginning to shake out of their early season funk under coach Mike Brown. "We knew it was going to take some time," said Brown, in his second stint with Cleveland. "We knew we were going to take our lumps." Looking for a spark and some inside muscle at both ends to offset the loss of Tyson Chandler and Kenyon Martin, Woodson started Metta World Peace, who came off the bench in New Yorks first 19 games. "Metta has earned the right to be out there," Woodson said. "Hes patiently waited for his opportunity." Woodsons opportunity, on the other hand, could be ending. On Monday, New Yorks third-year coach said hes "up to the task" of fixing the Knicks. He may not have much more time to get them repaired. After the game, Woodson said he hopes to still be around when Chandler and Martin return. "Hopefully, Ill get a full deck and see where we are," he said. When the final horn sounded, Knicks assistant coach Herb Williams helped Woodson get out of his courtside chair by pushing him from behind. He may soon be pushed aside, but Anthony feels Woodson can still fix the Knicks. "Weve got to help him figure it out," Anthony said. "Hes not going to do it by himself. Weve got to help each other figure this out." NOTES: Chandler, out since Nov. 5 with a broken right leg, began practicing earlier this week and is encouraged by his progress. Chandler doesnt know exactly when hell be back in the lineup. "Im close. Im not that close," he said. "I know Im not game ready. 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