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LOS ANGELES — The game was looking scary for the Los Angeles Clippers, a team hanging on to a final playoff spot by the thinnest of margins.

The Orlando Magic, owners of the worst record in the Eastern Conference, led the Clippers by nine points midway in the third quarter. The Clippers, though, had a final push, controlling the fourth quarter and going on to a 113-105 victory over the Magic on Saturday night.

“Tonight was a struggle, you could just see it,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “We hung in there long enough, but then in the fourth quarter we got enough stops.”

Lou Williams scored 10 of his 25 points in the fourth, including consecutive 3-pointers that finally gave the Clippers some room. Williams leads the NBA in fourth-quarter scoring (7.7 per game).

“Lou made some great plays down the end,” Orlando’s Shelvin Mack said. “He’s very aggressive. He’s my good friend. I play with him all the time. He can go 0 for 20 and he still thinks he’s going to make the next one. He just kept firing.”

The Clippers outscored the Magic 26-16 in the fourth quarter to finally pull away. Tobias Harris added 21 points for the Clippers, and DeAndre Jordan had 15 rebounds and Milos Teodosic added 15 points and seven assists.

“They played lights out,” Magic coach Frank Vogel said. “You’ve got to tip your cap to them, they’re playing very well. Offensively, we couldn’t stop them during that (fourth-quarter) stretch.”

The Clippers have won four of their last five, while the Magic have lost 11 of their last 13. Orlando fell to 20-47 with the loss.

“People look at the records in the NBA and think, `Oh, you’re going to win,” Rivers said. “It just doesn’t happen. You have to play well to win an NBA game. And we played just well enough.

“Give Orlando credit. They’re out of the playoffs, but they’re making you play hard and not just rolling over.”

The Clippers moved a half-game ahead of Denver and Utah in the race for the final Western Conference playoff spot with the win.

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Magic: With F Aaron Gordon out for a second game with concussion symptoms, rookie Jonathan Isaac again started. Some of his teammates want to see him be more aggressive with open shots. “We call them rhythm pass-ups,” Vogel said. “If you execute your offense, the defense is going to react to it, the ball is going to swing and it creates a rhythm shot. If you pass that up, it leads to a worse shot and a one-on-one situation.”
Clippers: Williams leads the team in scoring, mostly as a bench player, but the man Rivers called “lethal” offensively, had oddly hit only 11 of his last 20 free throws entering Saturday. “He’s human,” Rivers said. “It won’t last. I can guarantee that. And one guy who is not worried about it is Lou. I’ve never seen a more lethal, relaxed scorer than him. I mean, nothing fazes him. That’s probably why he’s good.” … The team announced it would return to Hawaii next summer for training camp.

THEODOSIC GOES BIG

The 30-year-old rookie from Europe did not start, but played 31 minutes and helped push the Clippers to victory.

“The thing I love about Milos is, he’s a winner,” Rivers said. “You can feel it. He’s competitive. And in games like these, that’s when he’s at his best. We needed someone to be competitive tonight, and I thought Milos was that.”

UP NEXT

Magic: complete a five-game trip Tuesday in San Antonio.

Clippers: open three-game trip in Chicago on Tuesday.

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DALLAS — Dennis Smith Jr. scored his first points on a 360-degree dunk before the rookie Dallas guard focused more on the bigger task: trying to slow the high-scoring Washington duo of Bradley Beal and John Wall.

The Mavericks did that Monday night, holding the Wizards guards to 28 percent shooting in a 98-75 victory that completed a two-game season sweep of the Eastern Conference playoff contenders while easing Dallas’ slide back toward to the bottom in the West.

Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle didn’t want to give his players too much credit, though.

“I thought the defense certainly looks good on paper, but there were an awful lot of missed shots,” Carlisle said. “They had a lot of looks where we weren’t in the best position possible.”

Washington coach Scott Brooks agreed.

“We couldn’t make a wide-open shot, couldn’t make a layup, and we couldn’t even make non-contested free throws,” Brooks said. “It was one of those nights.”

Harrison Barnes had 20 points and 10 rebounds, Smith scored 17 and the Mavericks stopped their second three-game losing streak since the beginning of January.

Barnes, who scored a season-best 31 points in a 113-99 win at Washington in November, was 9 of 16 from the field.

Beal scored 18 and Wall had 11 — the only double-digit scorers for the Wizards — as the guards combined to go 8 of 29 from the field. Beal was 7 of 12 on free throws, and the Wizards were just 16 of 27 from the line.

Wall, who was a game-time decision because of a migraine, missed all four of his 3-point attempts as Washington went 7 of 32 from long range (22 percent) and shot 31 percent overall. The Wizards had their second-lowest point total behind a 116-69 loss at Utah in December.

“It was a little difficult trying to play through it, but there is no excuse for the way we played or how we got our tails whooped,” Wall said.

Dirk Nowitzki had just two points when he converted a four-point play to start the fourth quarter to give Dallas its biggest lead to that point at 75-54.

Nowitzki, who finished with eight points and nine rebounds, hit his 3 before the foul by Mike Scott from the same left corner where Yogi Ferrell connected at the third-quarter buzzer. Ferrell scored 14 points along with Wesley Matthews, who was 4 of 8 from 3-point range.

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Wizards: F Markieff Morris and Brooks got technicals in the first half. Morris was complaining about no-calls on fouls after he was called for one when he knocked the ball loose as Smith was going up for a dunk on a 3-on-1 break. Brooks got his in the final seconds of the half, not long after Morris was called for an offensive foul. … Porter left with a right hip strain and didn’t return.

Mavericks: C Salah Mejri was ejected after getting two technicals when he kept arguing with official David Guthrie despite Matthews trying to push him away. … G Devin Harris is in the concussion protocol and missed the game. He was injured in Saturday’s loss at Portland. … The Mavericks held an opponent to season lows in points in the first half (37) and the game.

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Dallas guard J.J. Barea got a technical in the second half when he and Wall exchanged words after Barea fouled him in the fourth quarter. Asked about it afterward, Wall said, “It was cool. It was funny. Just a little midget trying to get mad out there. I paid him no mind.”

At first, Barea shrugged off the “midget” comment, but he got slightly more agitated the more he talked about it after the game. “When they ask me who I don’t like in the NBA, I got a guy now,” Barea said. “Nothing new to him. I don’t think even his teammates like him.”

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Smith and Beal ended up with their arms locked after a whistle, and stayed that way for several seconds. It led to a brief exchange, and wasn’t the only time they could be seen talking during the game. “He’s just like all rookies, they hate being called rook from the get-go,” Beal said. “He wasn’t having it, but at the end of the day, that’s the title. We all went through the process at one point.”

UP NEXT

Wizards: At Oklahoma City on Thursday in fourth game of five-game trip, tied for their longest of the season. The teams will finish the two-game season series five days later in Washington.

Mavericks: Host Houston on Wednesday.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Stephen Curry stood among the coaches during a third-quarter timeout pleading his case to keep playing, and Steve Kerr relented — after a brief chat with the training staff, of course.

And who could blame Curry? He was feeling it after waiting weeks to get back on the floor, even missing the marquee Christmas Day matchup against LeBron James and the Cavs.

“Third quarter, it was a quick look to him and I literally said `no way, no way,” the two-time MVP said. “… It felt like the first day of school again, for real.”

Curry made a sensational return from injury by scoring 38 points with a season-high 10 3-pointers, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Memphis Grizzlies 141-128 on Saturday night with an energy and spirit that had been missing much of this month without him.

Curry shot 13 for 17 and 10 of 13 from deep in just shy of 26 minutes for his ninth 30-point game this season after missing 11 games with a sprained right ankle. His mere presence brought an energy to the Warriors and all of Oracle Arena, and he spent much of the fourth quarter pacing, gesturing in delight while cheering his teammates with a towel draped over his head.

Kevin Durant added 20 points, nine assists and five rebounds, and Klay Thompson scored 21 points as the Warriors wrapped up nearly three weeks at home in California. Zaza Pachulia scored a season-best 17 points and also had eight rebounds and six assists.

“It wasn’t just him,” Grizzlies interim coach J.B. Bickerstaff said of Curry. “You look up and they’ve got guys that can make shots all over the floor. They were making shots that were contested.”

Marc Gasol led six Memphis players in double figures with 27 points on 10-for-13 shooting.

With his parents, wife and two daughters in attendance, Curry got his first points on a layup at 10:27 that put the Warriors out front 7-0 and led to a Memphis timeout. He hit a 3-pointer at 9:52 before Memphis scored its first points.

Curry received roars from the sellout crowd during pregame introductions, and Durant threw his right arm into the air to cheer his pal’s comeback.

In the game’s closing minutes, Curry hit a 3-pointer, held his follow-through and jubilantly hopped up and down on his left foot. At other moments, he pounded his chest. This marked Curry’s ninth career game with 10 or more 3s, most by any player in NBA history.

“I was feeling pretty good. I think me and him had an understanding where the minutes would kind of fall as the game would go on and I would give him feedback how my body was feeling, and I felt amazing and it was me just saying that, I really did,” Curry said of convincing Kerr he could stay in. “He gave me that extra minute and a half and I made a shot, so it paid off.”

Curry was all smiles during pregame warmups. He hoisted his signature tunnel shot, signed a few quick autographs when daughter Riley arrived to greet him and briefly held his arm around her before turning around to do his customary hallway sprint. His little girl cleared the way, and off her dad went to the locker room.

He’s healthy at last — and it showed immediately.

Kerr had hoped to play his star 20-25 minutes, and Curry hit another 3 just 30 seconds after conferring with the coaching staff during that timeout with 4:36 left in the third.

“Everything just looks better,” Kerr said. “The food in there is going to taste better tonight. My wife’s going to be even better looking than she already is. My kids are going to be happy. Steph, he has that impact.”

Memphis lost here 97-84 on Dec. 20, then watched the Warriors match their season high for points in a half this season by leading 78-67 at the break to the delight of the fired-up crowd.

“The energy was amazing tonight honestly, probably it was because of Steph,” Pachulia said. “Tonight was a total difference, so I guess they were waiting for Steph to come back.”

GREEN GETS TOSSED

Draymond Green was ejected with 9:45 left in the second quarter after a second technical foul in a 43-second span. Both were for arguing.

The emotional forward has been ejected twice this season.

Green had five assists and three points in 10 minutes.

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Grizzlies: The Grizzlies’ 67 first-half points were their most in any half this season, while Golden State’s 78 matched the most points ever allowed in any half by Memphis — with Golden State also scoring 78 on March 24, 2010, on its home floor. … The Grizzlies are one of two teams along with San Antonio to own a winning regular-season record vs. the Warriors since the start of the 2011-12 season at 13-12. … Memphis completed a strange stretch in which it played at Golden State on Dec. 20, at Phoenix the following night, home on Dec. 23, back to Phoenix on Tuesday, in Los Angeles against the Lakers on Wednesday then returned to Oracle Arena on Saturday.

 

Warriors: The Warriors’ 141 points are the most scored against the Grizzlies ever by any opponent. … Golden State’s 14 first-quarter assists — for 40 points — were one shy of the franchise record of 15, done three times. … The Warriors improved to 8-0 after a loss this season. Golden State is 40-7 since 2014-15 following a defeat. … The Warriors went 13-2 in December and finished 5-2 on this season-long homestand. The 13 December victories match the franchise’s most wins in the month during their West Coast Era, also done last season.

UP NEXT

Grizzlies: At Sacramento on Sunday.

Warriors: At Dallas on Wednesday after playing seven games at home over the past 11 days.

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New York Knicks owner James Dolan and Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry have been named as defendants in a civil suit filed against movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
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The suit alleges that Dolan and Lasry — among other Weinstein associates — knew of the movie producer’s “pattern and practice of predatory sexual conduct toward women” because of their relationship with him.

Dolan, who is chairman of Madison Square Garden and also owns the New York Rangers, was a member of the Weinstein Company’s Board of Directors from mid 2015 to June 2016, according to the suit. Lasry was a member of the Weinstein Company’s Board of Directors from mid-2016 to October 2017, according to the suit, which was filed on Wednesday at Manhattan Federal Court.

The suit was filed by six women who allege that they were assaulted by Weinstein, who has been accused by dozens of women of sexual assault in recent months, according to media reports. The plaintiffs listed in the current suit are seeking a jury trial and a class action status.

“Defendants’ conduct has caused widespread damage, including personal injury, emotional distress, and damage to the careers of plaintiffs and the class, for which Defendants must be held responsible,” the suit says.

A spokesperson for Dolan told ESPN: “We just received the complaint and are currently reviewing. We will not have a comment until that is complete. We can state that Mr. Dolan is confident that he acted appropriately in all matters relating to his time on the Weinstein board.” A spokesperson for Lasry declined comment.

Also named as defendants are Mirimax, which is Harvey Weinstein’s former company, and current and former board members of the Weinstein Company, which include Dolan and Lasry.

Dolan left The Weinstein Company Board of Directors in June 2016, citing his day to day business responsibilities and personal commitments as reasons for his decision to step down. He was replaced by Lasry, who left the board in October in the wake of allegations of sexual harassment against Weinstein, according to the New York Times.

In 2007, Dolan and Madison Square Garden were tagged with $11.6 million in punitive damages when a former executive with the Knicks sued over sexual harassment.

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NEW YORK — LeBron James got shoved by the Knicks and then benched by his coach.

Neither could keep him down for good.

James had 23 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds, Kyle Korver scored 19 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter to spark a huge comeback, and the Cleveland Cavaliers beat New York 104-101 on Monday night.

James also had a technical foul after a first-quarter altercation with Frank Ntilikina and Enes Kanter, which seemed to charge up the Knicks. But he didn’t lose his poise then or midway through the third quarter, when Tyronn Lue yanked the five starters with the Knicks on their way to a 23-point lead.

“I knew we had another half,” James said. “Didn’t know that I was going to get snatched like that early in the third, but I felt if I got back in I could still make some plays to help our team win.”

He did, hitting two of the Cavaliers’ nine 3-pointers in the fourth after they made just seven through three quarters and helping the Cavs charge back for their eighth straight victory at Madison Square Garden.

Cleveland outscored New York 43-25 in the fourth, making more 3s than the Knicks had baskets (8). But the turnaround started late in the third with the second unit in.

“Now we just kept talking about chipping away, chipping away,” Dwyane Wade said. “And then as you saw Kyle Korver got going and then when you saw LeBron check back in, you knew, OK. You saw the waves coming.”

Tim Hardaway Jr. had 28 points and 10 rebounds, and Kanter added 20 points and 16 boards. But Kristaps Porzingis shot only 7 for 21 while scoring 20 points as the Knicks blew their chance to beat the Cavs for the second time this season.

The game was just two days after James, following a victory in Dallas, said Mavericks rookie Dennis Smith Jr. should be a Knick. The Knicks passed on Smith in the draft, taking Ntilikina one spot earlier at No. 8.

James said he meant it as a shot at former president Phil Jackson, and he was angry that he thought Kanter overreacted in his defense of Ntilikina. So it wasn’t surprising they were involved in an altercation late in the first quarter.

James dunked and then wouldn’t move out of the way as Ntilikina tried to take the ball back to the baseline to throw it in. Ntilikina pushed James, who then exchanged words with Kanter after he ran in. James shoved Kanter, and both were given technical fouls.

“I don’t care … what you call yourself. King, Queen, Princess, whatever you are. You know what, we’re going to fight and nobody out there (is) going to punk us,” Kanter said.

James’ response?

“I’m the King, my wife is the Queen and my daughter is the Princess,” he said. “So we got all three covered.”

The Knicks got hot after that, hitting the Cavs with a 15-0 burst early in the second to open a 47-31 lead. Ntilikina and Hardaway both stole the ball from James during the run.

Cleveland made a brief run early in the third before New York extended it back to 17, when Lue made his line change. Korver said even then he was still thinking the Cavs could win.

“Absolutely,” he said. “That’s a lot of time and this is an amazing place to make a comeback in.”

TIP-INS

Cavaliers: Derrick Rose, who played for the Knicks last season, remained out with a sprained left ankle. … Cleveland started 2 for 15 behind the arc.

Knicks: Former Knicks stars Bernard King and Latrell Sprewell were at the game. … G Ron Baker was inactive, with coach Jeff Hornacek saying he hurt his shoulder playing for the Knicks’ G League team over the weekend.

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Cavs players took the subway back to their hotel after their morning shootaround at MSG, rather than sit in traffic on the bus. James, in a video posted by the NBA , said it was his first time taking the subway in New York.

“When in Rome,” Korver said.

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Joakim Noah was eligible to play after the completion of his 20-game suspension for violating the NBA’s anti-drug policy last season, but the Knicks kept him on the inactive list. Hornacek said Noah is in shape — he was allowed to practice during his suspension — and a valued member of the team, but the Knicks’ center tandem of Kanter and Kyle O’Quinn has been playing well.

UP NEXT

Cavaliers: Visit Charlotte on Wednesday.

Knicks: Host Utah on Wednesday.

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Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe has become a trade target after general manager Ryan McDonough told reporters Monday that Bledsoe has likely played his final game for the franchise.

The New York Knicks are among several teams reaching out to Phoenix, league sources told ESPN. It is unclear how far along teams have gotten on any trade discussions, but people in touch with Phoenix say the franchise is looking for young players in a Bledsoe swap.

The Suns have asked about young Knicks such as 2017 first-round pick Frank Ntilikina and Willy Hernangomez, sources confirm, but New York has been opposed to trading either young player, sources told ESPN.

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Hernangomez, who is close friends with Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis, has lost his spot in the rotation behind centers Enes Kanter and Kyle O’Quinn.

O’Quinn, Lance Thomas and Courtney Lee have drawn interest from opposing teams in recent weeks, but it is unclear if any of the three players were discussed by New York and Phoenix. Ntilikina, selected No. 8 by the Knicks in June’s draft, has been slowed by injury early in his career. He will miss his second regular-season game Tuesday due to an ankle injury and he missed New York’s final four preseason games due to a knee ailment.

But the point guard remains part of the young core New York wants to build around and management, as of Monday afternoon, did not want to move him in a Bledsoe deal. Given that reluctance, it seems like the Knicks are a long-shot to trade for Bledsoe, who would be an upgrade over current Knicks starting point guard Ramon Sessions.

Hornacek, of course, is familiar with Bledsoe, having coached him in Phoenix for two-plus seasons. Bledsoe, 27, is under contract for the next two seasons, making a combined $29.5 million.

The Suns’ interest in Hernangomez and Ntilikina was first reported by Basketball Insiders.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Pacers owner Herb Simon is denying a report that the team might sue the Los Angeles Lakers for tampering with Paul George.

The NBA fined the Lakers $500,000 last week for violating league rules, and there was a report that the Pacers were considering legal action, too.

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In a statement issued Wednesday, Simon said the Pacers agreed with the league’s decision and that the team simply wanted to move on.

Indiana traded George to Oklahoma City for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis after George’s camp let it be known that the four-time All-Star intended to sign as a free agent with the Lakers in July 2018.

Simon acknowledged those sentiments put Indiana “in a tough position” but also said the Pacers acquired two good players.