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NHIAA Basketball: Pinkerton boys solid in opener

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The road back to relevance in the Division I boys' basketball landscape began on a high note for Pinkerton Academy on Friday.

Bedford's Gardner Gendron knocks the ball from Londonderry's Matt Corey with Bedford's Michael Kernan in back at Londonderry in Manchester on Friday.

NHIAA Basketball: Ball leads Londonderry boys past Bedford in opener

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Londonderry guard Cody Ball had been prepping for the moment since last March. When opportunity knocked, he answered in a big way, converting a nip-and-tuck season opener with Bedford into a 75-49 blowout on Friday night.

College Basketball: UNH women top Dartmouth

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Elizabeth Belanger scored 16 points to lead the UNH women's basketball team past in-state rival Dartmouth, 60-44, on Thursday night at Lundholm Gym in Durham.

Rajon Rondo looks for an opening Wednesday night against the Orlando Magic. Multiple reports Thursday night had the guard traded to the Dallas Mavericks.

Reports: Celtics near completion of Rondo deal

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The Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks are close to finalizing a deal that would send point guard Rajon Rondo to the Mavericks, multiple media outlets reported Thursday.

Celtics dominate Orlando

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The Boston Celtics continued their home-court dominance of the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.

Monadnock players suspended

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Two varsity boys' basketball players at Monadnock Regional High of Swanzey have been suspended for violating a school policy rule. The school's athletics director said the suspensions had nothing to do with the leave of absence this week by head coach...

Mancherster Central's Joey Martin, facing, collides with Manchester Memorial's Kabongo Ngalakulondi during double overtime of their Div. I NHIAA basketball semifinal at Lundholm Gymnasium in Durham earlier this year.

NHIAA Div. I Boys' Basketball Preview: Memorial, Central look to be in the mix again

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The Manchester Memorial boys' basketball team started last season with an 0-4 record. The Crusaders then won three straight games before alternating wins and losses over their last 11 to finish in 12th place in Division I at 8-10.

NHIAA Roundup: Pembroke girls rally to win

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The Pembroke girls' basketball team rallied from an eight-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat Merrimack Valley of Penacook, 40-33, on Tuesday night.

NHIAA Boys' Basketball: Brown paces Pelham victory

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The Pelham boys' basketball team looked good in its home opener and first Division III game, winning 56-45 over Campbell of Litchfield on Tuesday night.

Boston Celtics center Kelly Olynyk yells instructions to his team during the second half of Monday's game against the Philadelphia 76ers at Wells Fargo Center.

Olynyk's 30 leads Celtics' win

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Kelly Olynyk scored a career-high 30 points off the bench as the Boston Celtics blasted the Philadelphia 76ers 105-87 Monday night.

Arizona Wildcats center Kaleb Tarczewski (35) cheers from the bench during the second half against the Michigan Wolverines at McKale Center on Saturday.

Claremont's Tarczewski a big part of Arizona basketball's perfect start

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While Sean Miller's No. 3 Arizona Wildcats chewed up Michigan 80-53 in a McKale Center game that was once expected to be a tense affair, the UA played stifling defense, was efficient offensively and took advantage of its size by getting the ball often to...

University of New Hampshire's Ronnel Jordan bumps Colgate's Austin Tillotson during the second half of their game in Durham Sunday. UNH won 63-57.

UNH hoopsters defeat Colgate, improve to 6-3

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The Wildcats, down 14-2 in the early stage of Sunday's game at Lundholm Gymnasium and trailing by five early in the second half, went on a 10-0 run in the final minutes to beat Colgate, 63-57.

BG girls top Trinity in opener

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Bishop Guertin used a big second quarter to open a double-digit lead, then cruised past Trinity of Manchester 48-34 in the Division I girls' basketball season opener for both teams.

New faces get chance to shine

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With Aliza Simpson, state champion Londonderry’s Gatorade Player of the Year, off to UNH, and runner-up Bedford losing four All-State players, the title of “frontrunner” can’t truly be applied to either.

Celtics center Tyler Zeller celebrates during Boston's 113-96 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night at TD Garden. Zeller scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds.

Even when they're down, Celtics-Lakers is special

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His voice still reveals a heavy trace of dislike - maybe worse - for everything associated with the Celtics. But when Lakers coach Byron Scott walked onto the parquet for a shootaround Friday morning, he had to admit, "When I walk on that floor, I have...

Off the bench, Joshua leads St. Anselm

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Roy Mabrey was the team's leading scorer, but it was Victor Joshua off the bench who seemed to will the St. Anselm men's basketball team to victory on Saturday afternoon at Stoutenburgh Gym.

Campbell girls' hoops off and running

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The Campbell of Litchfield girls' basketball team officially began its Division III title defense on Friday night with a 43-30 home win over Bow.

NHIAA Basketball: Campbell off and running

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The Campbell of Litchfield girls' basketball team officially began its Division III title defense on Friday night with a 43-30 home win over Bow.

Campbell's Hannah Neild, gets by Bow's Madeleine Homer during a January game at Litchfield.

NHIAA D-III/D-IV Girls' Basketball Preview: Familiar faces at the top

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Defending Division III girls' basketball champion Campbell of Litchfield returns Division III Player of the Year Hannah Neild for her senior campaign, but Conant of Jaffrey may feature this year's Player of the Year in junior Madison Springfield, back...

Celtics tip Pistons in OT

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Jared Sullinger, who had four points in regulation, scored 10 in overtime as his Boston Celtics ended a pair of their own losing streaks and handed the Detroit Pistons their 10th loss in a row — a 109-102 victory.

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