Posted: March 2, 2013 in Uncategorized

CBS New York

Updated at 12:45 a.m., March 2, 2013

NEW YORK (AP) — After blowing a 25-point lead two nights earlier, the Dallas Mavericks seemed like they were on their way to another collapse.

Trailing by 20 with 8:23 remaining, Brooklyn stormed back to get within four points with 37 seconds remaining.

But the Mavericks dodged a repeat of Wednesday night’s loss at Memphis, closing out the Nets for a 98-90 victory on Friday night behind 20 points apiece from Dirk Nowitzki and former Nets guard Vince Carter.

“We played a lot more good minutes than we played in Memphis for sure. It’s hard to play a perfect 48 minutes in this league, I’ll admit that,” Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said.

“But we took advantage of our runs. We were able to stave them off a few times. We had some guys step up and hit some big shots. Vince hit one…

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CBS Los Angeles

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CLEVELAND (AP) — Jamal Crawford scored 24 points, making a pair of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, and Chris Paul had 15 assists as the Los Angeles Clippers ran away in the final period and beat the Cavaliers 105-89 on Friday night for their first win in Cleveland since 2002.

The Clippers had lost 10 straight at Quicken Loans Arena.

Blake Griffin had 16 points and 11 rebounds as the Clippers, having their best season in franchise history, won their fourth in a row. After Griffin scored on a monster dunk — off a lob from Crawford — to put Los Angeles ahead by 23, Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro pulled his starters with 4:19 left.

Rookie Dion Waiters scored 17 for the Cavs, who played their third straight game without injured All-Star Kyrie Irving.

With Los Angeles leading by 11 and unable to shake…

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WREG.com

Memphis, TN-Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade scored 22 points and LeBron James overcame a rough shooting night to dominate the fourth quarter and lead the Heat to a 13th straight win by beating the Grizzlies, 98-91. Memphis held James to just four points after three quarters, but he scored 14 in the final frame to finish with 18.

Marc Gasol led the Grizzlies, who also got 14 points from Zach Randolph and Mike Conley. The Grizzlies had their eight game win streak broken. They play at Orlando on Sunday.

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Crazy About Sports

Becoming an efficient martial artist needs excellent self-discipline to master the skills you need in the band to beat your challenger. There are no strategies for you to become a champ instantaneously. It needs a lot of time of actual coaching, growth of technique, heart expertise and healthy eating plan. However, if you dedicate yourself to your sport, you have the potential to become the next excellent punching champ.

Develop Power

A successful method for developing kickboxing energy is to shadow box with 20-pound weight loads in your arms. This increases your capability to toss harmful uppercuts. Box for one moment tossing as many uppercuts as you possibly can. This creates purposeful durability and kickboxing expertise. Though this is a physically challenging work out, if you are able to toss strikes for a full moment, you create energy and stamina.

Art of Defense

Even though some fighters have the capacity…

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CBS San Francisco

BOSTON (CBS / AP) — Paul Pierce had 26 points, Jeff Green scored 14 of his 18 in the second half and the Boston Celtics overcame foul trouble and some erratic free throw shooting in a 94-86 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Friday night.

Golden State guard Stephen Curry, coming off a 54-point performance Wednesday in a loss at New York, was held to 25 on 6-of-22 shooting.

Kevin Garnett pulled down 13 rebounds as the Celtics improved to 3-3 since the All-Star break despite playing much of the second half without their starting backcourt. Point guard Avery Bradley went to the bench early in the third quarter with his fifth foul and Courtney Lee picked up his fourth late in the third.

But the Celtics managed to pull ahead slowly in the fourth, taking a 13-point lead that was too much for the road-weary Warriors to overcome.

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