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Morning Sports – 3/21/13

The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Miami Heat last night, 98-95. The Cavs came out on fire, leading by 21 at the intermission and pushing that lead out to 27 in the third quarter. However, LeBron James and the Heat would come storming back behind a 33-2 run to give Miami the lead. The Cavs had the ball with seconds left down by three, but a CJ Miles trey at the buzzer would fall short and the Heat extended their winning streak to 24. The Heat hit 10 treys in the second half and outscored the Cavs, 52-22 over the final stretch of the ball game. LeBron tallied a triple-double for Miami behind 25 points, 10 assists and 12 rebounds. The Cavs were led by Wayne Ellington with 20 points on the night. Cleveland will now head to Houston on Friday night at 8.

Elsewhere in the NBA, San Antonio topped Golden State, 104-93. Brooklyn handled Dallas, 113-96. Houston bested Utah, 100-93. New Orleans edged Boston, 87-86. Atlanta defeated Milwaukee, 98-90. New York ousted Orlando, 106-94. Charlotte topped Toronto, 107-101 and Memphis clipped Oklahoma City, 90-89 in overtime.

In NCAA tournament action last night, James Madison toppled Long Island-Brooklyn, 68-55 and LaSalle bested Boise State, 80-71.

In Spring Training action yesterday, the Cleveland Indians fell to the LA Angels, 6-5. The Tribe scored twice in the first and three times in the fourth behind a Michael Brantley RBI double and a Lonnie Chisenhall homer. Tribe hurler Trevor Bauer threw three innings, giving up five hits and four runs. Cleveland will now battle the Diamondbacks today at 4.

The NFL owners voted to eliminate the tuck rule and penalize crown of the helmet hits by players outside of the tackle box yesterday. Now if a quarterback starts to bring the football back to his body during the throwing motion, it will be ruled a fumble instead of incomplete. Also, it will now be a 15-yard penalty if a player who is more than three yards downfield or outside of the tackle box delivers a blow with the crown of his helmet.

In NHL action yesterday, Minnesota topped Detroit, 4-2 and Toronto bested Tampa Bay, 4-2.

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This article was posted on Wednesday, 20 March 2013 at 10:31 PM.
Last edited/updated on March 20, 2013 at 10:31 PM.
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