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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

NBA l Clippers Victoria before Blazers Claver


While in the Eastern Conference after the match to be canceled the Celtics play against the Indiana Pacers in honor and respect for the victims of the brutal tragedy that occurred Monday during the Boston Marathon, the Atlanta Hawks lost to the Raptors Toronto and fifth. The forward Caron Butler again showed signs of life with his best flick of the wrist and scored 22 points, including 18 in the third quarter, and the Clippers beat the Trail Blazers 93-77. The victory was the sixth consecutive achieved the Clippers and held them with the fourth best record in the Western Conference forward to what you do tomorrow in the final game of the regular season against the Sacramento Kings. A victory for the Clippers (55-26) keeps them in fourth place and home field advantage, whereas if you lose the Denver Nuggets (56-25) at Phoenix Suns also would rise to third place. A defeat of the Clippers and a triumph of the Memphis Grizzlies (55-26), ranked fifth, with the Utah Jazz, the Lakers remain in fourth place for being champions of the Pacific Division, but lost the advantage of field in favor of the franchise which plays Spanish center Marc Gasol. Nor are defined positions sixth, seventh and eighth, which now occupy the Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Lakers. A victory for the Warriors (46-35) against the Trail Blazers in Portland, or defeat of the Rockets against the Lakers, sixth assured and their rivals in the first round of the final stage would be the Nuggets, if they maintain the third, or the Clippers, if you recover. But if the Warriors lose and gain the Rockets at Los Angeles Lakers, then will be the Texas team that occupies the sixth place, and left the Lakers eliminated, if also the Jazz beat the Grizzlies. Along with Butler, the Clippers also had the support of power forward Blake Griffin who had 16 points, six rebounds, four assists and two rebounds. While guard Chris Paul had 11 assists and again the game director of the Clippers, who also had the support of center DeAndre Jordan, who had 10 points and nine rebounds. The Trail Blazers (33-48) had the rookies, guard Will Barton and power forward Joel Freeland English as their top scorers to get 17 points, starter, and 13, reserve, respectively, but did not prevent the twelfth consecutive defeat Portland team. Two other rookie point guard Damian Lillard reached 12 points and eight assists, while forward Spanish, Valencian Victor Claver, followed holder and scored 11 points (4-12, 3-7, 0-0) and captured five rebounds in 35 minutes played. The Trail Blazers started the game with four starters for the second time in franchise history. While the combination of guard DeMar Rozan and forward Rudy Gay remained the attack key Toronto Raptors arrived at Philips Arena, Atlanta and 96-113 won by the home team the Hawks. DeRozan scored 30 points, including three triples, and Gay reached the 22 points, five assists and grabbed four rebounds, which decided the victory for the Raptors, who made two-thirds of field goals in the first part (51 - 68). The Raptors' starting shooting guard scored 19 points and Gay reached the 17 before the reserves of the Hawks (44-37) that had no interest in fighting for fifth place in the Eastern Conference they had in game and allowed now occupy the Chicago Bulls, who had a day of rest. The Hawks and the Bulls conclude tomorrow, Wednesday, regular competition and the first to travel to New York, where the home team will face the Knicks and the latter are in their field of United Center, Chicago, to the Washington Wizards. The classification could only change if the Hawks win in New York and the Bulls lose to the Wizards, because the Chicago team has the edge in the tiebreaker. 

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