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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – Gerald Wallace scored 24 points and Jamal
Crawford hit a key 3-pointer and a pair of late free throws to lift
the Portland Trail Blazers over the Golden State Warriors 93-91
last night. Nicolas Batum (bah-TOOM’) added 17 points for the Trail
Blazers, who had lost 11 of their last 12 in Oakland. David Lee
matched his season high with 29 points to lead the Warriors, who
had a three-game winning streak snapped. Lee also grabbed 11
rebounds. Crawford finished with 14 points.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Chehales Tapscott had 17 points and 11
rebounds and Portland State led by as many as 31 points en route to
an 85-67 victory over Sacramento State last night. Charles Odum
added 16 points for the Vikings, who have won three in a row as
they scramble for position in the conference standings behind
leaders Weber State and Montana. Jackson Carbajal had 19 points for
the Hornets. Heath Hoffman added 17. The Vikings hold a 16-1
advantage over Sacramento State in Portland.
CHENEY, Wash. (AP) – Parker Kelly nailed a 3-pointer with 14
seconds remaining to propel Eastern Washington to a 79-76 win over
Northern Colorado last night. Trailing 76-75, Parker’s 3-pointer
was assisted by Cliff Colimon as Eastern Washington overcame a
17-point deficit. Colimon led the Eagles with 22 points and nine
assists. Kelly finished with nine points while Collin Chiverton
contributed 19 points for Eastern Washington. Connor Osborne led
with 17 points for Northern Colorado.
SEATTLE (AP) – When he decided Washington was the place to play
his college ball, Darnell Gant believed it was a one- or two-year
springboard to a future in the NBA. Five years later, Gant gets
grief for being the old man on the team. Gant will close out his
lengthy home career at Washington this week when the Huskies host
Arizona State today and then face Arizona on Saturday afternoon.
He’ll be one of just two seniors honored on Saturday, with the
Huskies still fighting for the Pac-12 Conference lead.
AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. (AP) – Tyrieshia Douglas emphatically
avoided elimination from the first U.S. Olympic women’s boxing team
trials last night, stopping Taversha Norwood in the fourth round of
their flyweight bout. Lightweight Mikaela Mayer also recorded a
fourth-round stoppage, dominating Asia Stevenson in the semifinals
of the challengers’ bracket of the double-elimination tourney.
Top-ranked middleweight Franchon Crews narrowly avoided elimination
with a 27-26 win over Tiffanie Hearn.
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