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October 30, 2013 | By Eric Pincus
How often can a player shoot 1 of 11 from the field and still play a big role in a victory? On Tuesday night, Lakers forward Wesley Johnson scored just three points in 20½ minutes and even missed a dunk attempt), but his defense on Blake Griffin in the fourth quarter was a big reason for an  opening night victory against the Clippers. "I'm happy we got the win," Johnson said with a big smile after the game.  "I'm going to do everything that will help this team win. "One of these nights, I [may]
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March 27, 2014 | By Broderick Turner
DALLAS -- Even when the Clippers lost their composure Thursday night, they still found a way to own the Dallas Mavericks. Even though the Clippers have trailed the Mavericks in the fourth quarter in each of their games this season, Los Angeles still found a way to own Dallas. With Chris Paul leading the offense and Blake Griffin playing lockdown defense, the Clippers overcame three technical fouls and a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Mavericks for the third straight time this season, 109-103, at American Airlines Center.
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January 27, 2007
'All 13 of us. The whole team should be there.' Shawn Marion, Phoenix Suns forward, on how many of his teammates he says he believes should be included on the NBA's Western Conference All-Star roster in Las Vegas
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January 11, 2014 | By Ben Bolch
An untidy mess It's been such an upside-down season for the New York Knicks that Metta World Peace might represent the voice of reason. Andrea Bargnani has shown a disdain for shot clocks, Coach Mike Woodson has stashed one too many timeouts in his back pocket and now J.R. Smith has become the shoelace bandit. The NBA fined the continually wayward guard $50,000 on Wednesday after Smith unsuccessfully tried to untie the shoelace of Detroit Pistons center Greg Monroe while standing at the free-throw line.
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February 2, 2009 | Lisa Dillman
AT MIAMI Time: 4:30 PST. On the air: TV: Channel 5. Radio: 710. Where: American Airlines Arena. Records: Clippers 10-37, Heat 25-21. Record vs. Heat: 1-0. Update: The Heat has shown an inability to defend in recent days, giving up 114 points in a loss to Indiana on Friday and 111 in a loss to Dallas on Saturday. The Clippers? Well, they had shown an ability to excel against the minnows of the NBA -- three wins against Oklahoma City and one against Minnesota, at least before the Timberwolves started to turn it around.
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January 26, 2008 | From the Associated Press
CLEVELAND -- Shawn Marion made just one shot, the only one Phoenix absolutely had to have. Marion dropped in a baseline floater with 1.1 seconds left for his only basket and the Suns burned Cleveland with a season-high 17 three-point baskets in a 110-108 over the Cavaliers on Friday night. The win gave the Suns a 17-2 record against Eastern Conference teams. Marion, averaging 15.
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February 26, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Shawn Marion had 31 points and 24 rebounds, Steve Nash had 29 points and eight assists, and the Phoenix Suns rallied from a 14-point first-half deficit to beat the Charlotte Bobcats, 136-121, Saturday night in the highest-scoring regulation game in the NBA this season. The victory was the Suns' sixth in a row -- the longest current streak in the league -- and their ninth in 10 games, increasing their Pacific Division lead to six games over the Clippers.
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December 13, 2001 | From Associated Press
Michael Jordan had 25 points, seven assists and six rebounds, and the Washington Wizards held off a late rally by the Miami Heat to win, 82-80, Wednesday night at Washington for their fourth consecutive victory. The Wizards, home after a 3-1 road trip, are 6-2 since Jordan said, "We stink," following a loss at Cleveland. Richard Hamilton scored 23 points and rookie Brendan Haywood had 11 rebounds. Jim Jackson scored 18 points for the Heat.
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December 14, 2008 | Mark Heisler
Breaking up the rest of their old gang? With Raja Bell and Boris Diaw joining Shawn Marion and Coach Mike D'Antoni as former Suns, there's speculation Steve Nash could be next. Shaken by Wednesday's trade of Bell and Diaw, Nash shot two for 12 from the field in that night's loss to the Lakers, noting, "I was pretty flat emotionally. " Bell and Nash, close friends, had been publicly petitioning Coach Terry Porter to speed up his offense. The Suns are fighting for No. 8 in the West, and Nash, 34, will be a free agent in 2010.
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March 27, 2014 | By Broderick Turner
DALLAS -- Even when the Clippers lost their composure Thursday night, they still found a way to own the Dallas Mavericks. Even though the Clippers have trailed the Mavericks in the fourth quarter in each of their games this season, Los Angeles still found a way to own Dallas. With Chris Paul leading the offense and Blake Griffin playing lockdown defense, the Clippers overcame three technical fouls and a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Mavericks for the third straight time this season, 109-103, at American Airlines Center.
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October 30, 2013 | By Eric Pincus
How often can a player shoot 1 of 11 from the field and still play a big role in a victory? On Tuesday night, Lakers forward Wesley Johnson scored just three points in 20½ minutes and even missed a dunk attempt), but his defense on Blake Griffin in the fourth quarter was a big reason for an  opening night victory against the Clippers. "I'm happy we got the win," Johnson said with a big smile after the game.  "I'm going to do everything that will help this team win. "One of these nights, I [may]
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February 9, 2013
Either way, he won't make the playoffs Dallas forward Shawn Marion , on the possibility of being traded to another bad team: "If I'm going to get traded, they're going to tell me what's going on and where I'm going. Because if I'm going to a . . . situation, I'm not going. It's just that simple. " Waiting to exhale Miami forward Chris Andersen , on the all-out effort he gives the Heat: "No matter the situation, I'm just going to keep on playing until I'm out of breath.
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May 31, 2011 | By Broderick Turner
Starting guards: So much of the focus will be on Miami's Dwyane Wade and Dallas' Jason Kidd, but the ability of Heat point guard Mike Bibby to make three-point shots and the Mavericks' DeShawn Stevenson to make his shots and defend Wade will play pivotal roles in the series. All eyes will be on Wade and Kidd. Wade is one of the best shooting guards in the NBA and he's great on both ends of the floor. He has averaged 23.7 points, 7.2 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 1.67 steals and 1.27 blocked shots in the playoffs.
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May 25, 2011 | By Mike Bresnahan
Reporting from Dallas — Now maybe the Dallas Mavericks will finally get some respect. All they have done the last three weeks is sweep the Lakers and stomp all over the alleged youth and speed of Oklahoma City, the latter a part of their push to win the franchise's first NBA championship. The latest rush was a series-ending 100-96 victory Wednesday against the Thunder, ending the Western Conference finals in five games. Dirk Nowitzki continued his playoff plundering, Shawn Marion matched him with a surprising 26 points, and the Mavericks will begin the NBA Finals on Tuesday or next Thursday, depending on how long the Chicago-Miami series lasts.
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February 2, 2009 | Lisa Dillman
AT MIAMI Time: 4:30 PST. On the air: TV: Channel 5. Radio: 710. Where: American Airlines Arena. Records: Clippers 10-37, Heat 25-21. Record vs. Heat: 1-0. Update: The Heat has shown an inability to defend in recent days, giving up 114 points in a loss to Indiana on Friday and 111 in a loss to Dallas on Saturday. The Clippers? Well, they had shown an ability to excel against the minnows of the NBA -- three wins against Oklahoma City and one against Minnesota, at least before the Timberwolves started to turn it around.
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December 14, 2008 | Mark Heisler
Breaking up the rest of their old gang? With Raja Bell and Boris Diaw joining Shawn Marion and Coach Mike D'Antoni as former Suns, there's speculation Steve Nash could be next. Shaken by Wednesday's trade of Bell and Diaw, Nash shot two for 12 from the field in that night's loss to the Lakers, noting, "I was pretty flat emotionally. " Bell and Nash, close friends, had been publicly petitioning Coach Terry Porter to speed up his offense. The Suns are fighting for No. 8 in the West, and Nash, 34, will be a free agent in 2010.
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January 11, 2014 | By Ben Bolch
An untidy mess It's been such an upside-down season for the New York Knicks that Metta World Peace might represent the voice of reason. Andrea Bargnani has shown a disdain for shot clocks, Coach Mike Woodson has stashed one too many timeouts in his back pocket and now J.R. Smith has become the shoelace bandit. The NBA fined the continually wayward guard $50,000 on Wednesday after Smith unsuccessfully tried to untie the shoelace of Detroit Pistons center Greg Monroe while standing at the free-throw line.
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April 10, 2003 | From Associated Press
Penny Hardaway got his first triple-double in 1 1/2 years, and Shawn Marion had 31 points and 15 rebounds Wednesday night to help the Suns increase their lead for the West's final playoff berth with a 112-89 rout of the Dallas Mavericks at Phoenix. Dallas lost for the third time in four games to drop one game behind San Antonio for the Midwest Division lead and the No. 1 spot in the playoffs. It's the first time the Mavericks have not been at least tied for the division lead all season.
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January 26, 2008 | From the Associated Press
CLEVELAND -- Shawn Marion made just one shot, the only one Phoenix absolutely had to have. Marion dropped in a baseline floater with 1.1 seconds left for his only basket and the Suns burned Cleveland with a season-high 17 three-point baskets in a 110-108 over the Cavaliers on Friday night. The win gave the Suns a 17-2 record against Eastern Conference teams. Marion, averaging 15.
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January 27, 2007
'All 13 of us. The whole team should be there.' Shawn Marion, Phoenix Suns forward, on how many of his teammates he says he believes should be included on the NBA's Western Conference All-Star roster in Las Vegas
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