Gilgeous-Alexander, Thunder post physical win over T-Wolves

MINNEAPOLIS — Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 33 points in his return to action and the Oklahoma City Thunder took advantage of Rudy Gobert's early ejection to post a chippy 135-128 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday night.The teams were called for a combined eight technical fouls, five on Minnesota."The frustrations boiled over," Timberwolves head coach Chris Finch said. "It was not the most mature effort by us."Thunder head coach Mark Daigneault, meanwhile, praised the team's "poise." Gilgeous-Alexander was the catalyst for that."He empowers the environment, he empowers the team and that's what you saw tonight," Daigneault said.The NBA's third-leading scorer...
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Kerr jokingly celebrates Draymond passing MJ on 3-point list

Draymond Green's lone 3-pointer in the Warriors' 120-101 win over the Houston Rockets on Saturday night at Chase Center was historic. Green now has drained the ... 322nd most 3-pointers in NBA history. That might not sound very impressive at first, but with his 3-pointer on Saturday night, Green passed...
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Wiggins providing Warriors with KD-like shooting efficiency

SAN FRANCISCO – Andrew Wiggins is not Kevin Durant. Never will be KD. The former has spent more than a year proving to be a fantastic basketball player, and the other is a certified legend. From a Warriors perspective, though, Wiggins is now bringing a scoring magnificence to this...
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Top-ranked Houston grinds out 53-48 win over Saint Mary’s

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — J’Wan Roberts scored 15 points, Marcus Sasser added 13 and top-ranked Houston held on to beat Saint Mary’s 53-48 on Saturday night. The Cougars (8-0) won twice in their first week as the No. 1 team since the final poll of the 1982-83 regular season, when Clyde Drexler and Hakeem Olajuwon led high-flying Phi Slama Jama.

High school scores, summaries and schedules for Dec. 3, 2022

Cheswick Christian Academy 52, Pittsburgh Christian Academy 47. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart 52, Albert Gallatin 40. Franklin Regional 48, Greensburg Central Catholic 34. Hampton 76, North Hills 74 (OT) Seneca Valley 71, Perry 35. Norwin Tournament. Norwin 55, Uniontown 47. Jeannette 53, Steel Valley 35. Pitt-Johnstown Tournament. Richland...

Boston, Cardoso and No. 1 Gamecocks top Memphis 79-54

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Aliyah Boston and Kamilla Cardoso each had double-doubles and No. 1 South Carolina dominated on defense in a 79-54 victory over Memphis. The Gamecocks started 8-0 for a second straight year and for the sixth time in coach Dawn Staley's 15 seasons. Boston had 14 points and 10 rebounds for her 66th career game with double-figure points and rebounds. Cardoso had 18 points and 10 boards for ninth time in her college career.

Whitehall boys basketball’s offensive outburst downs Easton in opener

An offensive outburst provided a strong opening for Whitehall High School’s boys basketball team on Saturday afternoon. The Zephyrs defeated Easton 69-46 in an Eastern Pennsylvania Conference cross-divisional contest and regular-season opener for both programs at Easton Area Middle School. “We were really pleased with the way we played...
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Warriors Observations: Andrew Wiggins' Eruption Propels Win Over Rockets

SAN FRANCISCO -- Two nights, two games, two home wins. That's the story of the Warriors after their 120-101 victory against the Houston Rockets on Saturday night at Chase Center. Once again, though, they didn't make it easy on themselves. The Warriors played a near perfect first quarter, leading 39-23...
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Norwood wins Dennis Cornish Classic title over Seneca

The defending Class 2 state champion Norwood Pirates have another trophy coming home after beating Seneca 51-48 to win the Dennis Cornish Classic on Saturday. Norwood led 14-8 after one quarter and 25-18 at the half. Seneca cut the lead in the third quarter to 37-34 with a 16-12 advantage in the frame. Norwood matched Seneca in the final frame at 14-14 to hold on for the title.
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Huskies drop thrilling opener

The Jackson County Central boys’ basketball team lost a thrilling season opener 65-63 Saturday at home against Blue Earth Area. The Bucs used a 15-0 run early in the game to lead by 13, but the Huskies clawed back in it and tied the game twice in the second half.