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Sunday's Results

Top-25 College Basketball


Aaron  Craft scored  game-high 21  points  and No.  18 Ohio  State captured  a
pivotal contest against its conference rival, defeating fourth-ranked Michigan
State,  68-60, at Value City Arena on Sunday. Deshaun Thomas tallied 12 of his
14  points in the second half, where the Buckeyes (20-7, 10-5 Big Ten) rallied
to  outscore their  opponent by 14 in clinching their ninth consecutive 20-win
campaign under head coach Thad Matta.

Elsewhere in the top-25:

(6) Duke 89, Boston College 68
(7) Michigan 71, Illinois 58
(20) Pittsburgh 63, St. John's 47
(25) Notre Dame 62, Cincinnati 41

National Basketball Association

Dwyane  Wade  finished with 24 points,  including 15 in the fourth quarter, to
help  the Miami  Heat  earn  their 11th  consecutive  victory  with a  109-105
decision  over  the Cleveland  Cavaliers on  Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena.
LeBron  James poured in a game-high 28 points to go with eight assists for the
Heat,  who watched  a 22-point  third quarter  lead turn  into an  eight-point
fourth quarter deficit before Wade took over down the stretch.

Elsewhere in the NBA:

Los Angeles Lakers 103, Dallas Mavericks 99
Golden State Warriors 100, Minnesota Timberwolves 99
New Orleans Hornets 110, Sacramento Kings 95
Memphis Grizzlies 76, Brooklyn Nets 72
New York Knicks 99, Philadelphia 76ers 93
San Antonio Spurs 97, Phoenix Suns 87
Portland Trail Blazers 92, Boston Celtics 86
Oklahoma City Thunder 102, Chicago Bulls 72

National Hockey League

The  mighty  Chicago Blackhawks  just keep racking  up points. Corey Crawford,
playing  in  his first  game since  Feb. 12,  stopped 28  shots for his second
shutout  of the  season and  the Blackhawks  continued the  best start  in NHL
history  with  a 1-0 victory over  the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday. Andrew
Shaw  scored  the lone goal for  Chicago (15-0-3), which has recorded at least
one point in 18 straight games to begin the season.

Elsewhere in the NHL:

Boston Bruins 4, Florida Panthers 1
Winnipeg Jets 4, New Jersey Devils 2
Detroit Red Wings 8, Vancouver Canucks 3
Carolina Hurricanes 4, New York Islanders 2
Pittsburgh Penguins 5, Tampa Bay Lightning 3
Calgary Flames 5, Phoenix Coyotes 4
Anaheim Ducks 4, Colorado Avalanche 3 (OT)

AUTO RACING

Jimmie  Johnson  won  the Daytona 500  for  the second  time  in  his  already
illustrious  NASCAR  career after holding off  Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the final
lap Sunday.  Johnson,  the five-time  Sprint Cup Series champion,  grabbed the
lead for the final time just before a caution came for debris on the track and
beat Earnhardt, his Hendrick Motorsports teammate,  to the finish line by just
0.129 seconds.  Johnson won NASCAR's most prestigious race  for the first time
in 2006  and became the 10th different driver  to score multiple victories  in
this  event. Mark Martin finished third, followed by Brad Keselowski, the 2012
Sprint  Cup  titleholder, and  Ryan Newman. Danica  Patrick became the highest
finishing  female  in the Daytona  500 with  an eighth-place run. Patrick, who
started on the pole, also became the first woman to lead laps in this race.

BASEBALL

New  York Yankees  outfielder Curtis Granderson will be sidelined for 10 weeks
after suffering a fractured right forearm during Sunday's spring training game
against  the Toronto Blue Jays. Granderson was drilled by an inside pitch from
Toronto left-hander J.A. Happ in the first inning. Granderson left the game in
obvious  pain and was initially diagnosed with a bruised forearm. He was taken
to a local hospital for X-rays, which revealed the fracture.

GOLF

Matt  Kuchar  never trailed  in the  final match  Sunday en  route to  a 2 & 1
victory  over 2012 champion Hunter Mahan at the WGC-Match Play Championship in
Arizona.  Kuchar trailed for  just three holes the entire week en route to his
fifth  PGA Tour victory and first  in a World Golf Championships event.  Mahan
was trying  to join Tiger Woods  as the only repeat winners  at this event and
was the first champion to  reach the following year's final  since 2006 winner
Geoff Ogilvy made a return trip in 2007.  In the consolation match,  Jason Day
held off 2010 champion Ian Poulter, 1-up.

TENNIS

Top-seeded and defending champion David Ferrer captured his second consecutive
title  at Buenos  Aires by taking out  Stanislas Wawrinka in three sets at the
clay-court  final  of the Copa  Claro tennis event on  Sunday. The world No. 4
Spaniard  had  a second  set hiccup  before breezing through  the final set in
taking a 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 decision over the third-seeded Wawrinka. In 10 all-time
matchups  against the  native of  Switzerland, Ferrer  has been  victorious in
seven of the meetings.

 

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