Heat Pull Off Biggest Comeback Of Year, Top Knicks 109-95

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – The New York Knicks became the first NBA team this season to be guaranteed of finishing with a sub-.500 record, as the Miami Heat pulled away with a 109-95 win on Monday night.

Chris Bosh scored 32 points, Mario Chalmers added 18, Luol Deng and Norris Cole each scored 12 and Chris Andersen finished with 10 for Miami, which posted its biggest comeback win of the season after being down 14 early.

Carmelo Anthony scored 26 points for the Knicks, who became the first NBA team this season to be guaranteed of finishing with a sub-.500 record. Anthony left in the fourth quarter to get his knee re-taped, but never returned.

Amare Stoudemire scored 14 for New York.

The Heat outscored New York 32-18 in the fourth, with Andersen throwing a behind-the-back assist to Bosh to help spark the runaway, and…

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Rangers Goaltender Out After Serious Neck Injury


For New York Rangers goaltender, Henrik Lundqvist, the news that he will have to miss three weeks came of shock to him. Since, starting with the team in the 2005-6 season, he’s been an asset to the Rangers.

After accidentally having his goalie mask lifted, leaving his neck exposed in Saturday’s game, Lundqvist was struck in the neck with the puck. Originally, the medical team deemed his injury as nothing serious and a day to day event. Lundqvist suited up in the game two days later.

After the game on Monday night against Florida, Lundqvist started to suffer from headaches and a sore neck. Doctors decided that an evaluation was necessary.

The initial scan was clear, meaning that Lundqvist was going to be able to play on Wednesday night. But a second scan showed the severity of the injury. The doctors found an injury to his blood vessel and determined…

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Huskies Deal South Carolina First Loss

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DOUG FEINBERG  AP Basketball Writer

STORRS, Conn. (AP) _ Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 23 points and Breanna Stewart added 22 to help No. 2 UConn beat top-ranked South Carolina 87-62 on Monday night.

Moriah Jefferson had 16 points for the Huskies (23-1), who improved to 17-3 in matchups between the top two teams in the poll.

The teams traded baskets early and South Carolina (22-1) led 18-15 71/2 minutes in before UConn took over. The Huskies scored the next 13 points to blow the game open. Jefferson got it started with a three-point play. Morgan Tuck and Mosqueda-Lewis added 3-pointers as UConn led 28-18.

Bianca Cuevas hit a floater with 8:48 left to end the drought for South Carolina, but it was short-lived. The Huskies scored the next eight to take command.

The Huskies led by 16 at the half and South Carolina could only get within 10 the rest of…

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Coach Pop Gets 1,000th Win


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INDIANAPOLIS — The San Antonio Spurs‘ huge fourth-quarter rally helped Gregg Popovich reach the 1,000-win milestone Monday night.

Marco Belinelli‘s baseline jumper with 2.1 seconds left capped San Antonio’s 95-93 victory at Indiana.

Popovich became the ninth coach with 1,000th regular-season wins and became the third-fastest to achieve the feat. He also joined former Utah coach Jerry Sloan as the only coaches in league history to win 1,000 games with one team.

Tony Parker led the Spurs with 19 points. Tim Duncan had 15.

Rodney Stuckey scored 18 for Indiana, which had its season-best winning streak end at three.

The Pacers appeared to take control by building a 79-65 lead after three quarters.

But the Spurs scored nine straight to tie the score at 91, tied it again at 93, took the lead on Belinelli’s shot and held on when George Hill‘s 3-pointer bounced off…

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Sixers Defense Not Enough As Warriors Hang On To Win 89-84

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Stephen Curry scored 20 points, Leandro Barbosa had 16 off the bench and the Golden State Warriors snapped Philadelphia’s four-game home winning streak with an 89-84 win over the 76ers on Monday night.

Klay Thompson and former Sixer Andre Iguodala added 13 points apiece for the Warriors (41-9), who have won four of five and two straight after opening their four-game road trip with a loss to the Hawks on Friday.

Robert Covington scored 21 points to pace the 76ers (12-41), who committed 27 turnovers and shot 7 for 24 from 3-point range. Luc Mbah a Moute had 13 points and nine rebounds.

Golden State, the NBA’s second-best 3-point shooting team, shot just 7 for 29 from behind the arc.

With the game tied at 46 early in the first half, the Warriors reeled off a quick 9-0 run to take the lead for good.

Curry and…

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