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Beitragvon lw789 am Fr Mär 01, 2019 4:45 am

NEW ORLEANS -- Gerald Green scored 21 points, and the Phoenix Suns won their third straight game, 94-88 over New Orleans on Wednesday night. Goran Dragic had 20 points and nine assists for the Suns, who are clinging to the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. Eric Bledsoe added 16 points and P.J. Tucker 15 for the Suns, who handed the Pelicans their sixth straight loss. Rookie centre Jeff Withey had a career-high 17 points for the Pelicans, who were without Anthony Davis because of the All-Star forwards sore back. Anthony Morrow and Darius Miller each scored 14 for New Orleans, which turned a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit into a brief three-point lead before consecutive jumpers by Bledsoe and Markieff Morris with less than two minutes remaining gave Phoenix the lead for good. The game was close for most of the third quarter and New Orleans led 55-54 after Witheys three-point play on a layup as he was fouled. But Bledsoes pull-up jumper, driving layup and 3-pointer helped fuel a 13-2 run that put the Suns up 67-57. Greens second 3 of the game gave Phoenix a 71-64 lead to end the third quarter, and Greens third 3 made it 74-64 early in the fourth. The Pelicans put together a 10-0 run midway through the fourth quarter to surge into the lead. Morrow capped the spurt with a transition 3 and a technical free throw after Green argued with officials over a foul call. New Orleans still led by a basket and was looking for more in transition when Beldsoe hustled back on defence, sneaking in from behind to intercept Austin Rivers cross-court pass. Beldsoe then turned and dribbled back across halfcourt before lobbing a long pass to Dragic for a short baseline jumper that tied it at 87 with 2:38 to go. New Orleans had one more brief lead on Tyreke Evans free throw before the Suns surged in front for good. Phoenix scored the first eight points of the game and took its first double-digit lead in the opening period when Tuckers short turnaround jumper made it 19-8. New Orleans responded by scoring the first eight points of the second quarter -- four each by Withey and Rivers -- to pull to 23-22. Withey and Miller each ended up with 10 first-half points apiece for the Pelicans, and Miller briefly gave New Orleans the lead on a 14-foot step-back jumper that made it 42-40. Soon after, however, Green dunked and hit a 3, helping the Suns take a 47-46 lead into halftime. Notes: Luke Babbitt had a season-high 12 points for New Orleans. ... Phoenix won all four meetings with the Pelicans this season. ... The Suns have won eight of their past 10 against New Orleans. Wholesale Air Max Fast Shipping .C. -- The Carolina Hurricanes have activated defenceman Joni Pitkanen from injured reserve. 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He also mentions that because of his ties to head coach Dallas Eakins, the Edmonton Oilers could have interest in Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer if he were to be available. Matheson adds that Washington Capitals goaltender Michal Neuvirth could also be in play at the deadline. In a separate report, Matheson (http://blogs.edmontonjournal.com/2014/0 ... is-n-that/) states that teams are interested in both Evander Kane and Blake Wheeler from the Winnipeg Jets though the team would rather move pending unrestricted free agents Devin Setoguchi, Olli Jokinen and Mark Stuart. Dan The Man Larry Brooks of the New York Post (http://nypost.com/2014/01/06/sather-mus ... r-rangers/) writes that New York Rangers defenceman Dan Girardi could be a valuable trade asset at the deadline. 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Despite that, the Penguins GM has not ruled out making additions to his roster before the playoff stretch. "A lot can happen between now and then," said Shero. "But I like our team. I dont feel like we have to do something." Rossi also reports that Shero has not spoken to Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff about the availability of Evander Kane, contrary to rumours. Beantown Blueliner? Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports that with the Boston Bruins losing defenceman Dennis Seidenberg for the season, they will be in the market for a new blueliner. His report includes a list of possible impending free agents that could be targeted in a trade including Buffalo Sabres blueliner Henrik Tallinder, Ottawa Senators defenceman Chris Phillips and more. ' ' '
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