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OKC outguns Bonner, Spurs

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If the NBA rebuilding experience has ingrained anything in Brad Stevens, it's the rare value of a consistent player.

High School Basketball: Rivalries renewed in QCIBT

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The 2014 Queen City Invitational Basketball Tournament will feature a big-time matchup between two Manchester city rivals who were Division I semifinalists a year ago.

Manchester Central beat Manchester Memorial 99-91 in double...

NHIAA Roundup: Palker hat trick paces Bedford triumph

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Asa Palker exploded for three goals over a five-minute span to lead undefeated Bedford past Pelham/Alvirne 7-2 in a Division I ice hockey contest at Sullivan Arena on the campus of St. Anselm College.

The Boston Celtics' Jameer Nelson (28) and the Orlando Magic's Victor Oladipo, right, battle for a rebound at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday.

Furious Celtics' rally falls short

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The Celtics reduced a 27-point fourth-quarter deficit to just three, but it wasn't enough as the Orlando Magic snapped a four-game losing streak with a 100-95 win.

Campbell boys off to battle best of Kentucky basketball

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Campbell of Litchfield head coach John Langlois will be making his fifth holiday tournament trip to Kentucky on Friday, but his first with the Cougars.

NHIAA Roundup: Pinkerton boys top Salem; Central wins

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Brennan Morris accounted for five of his team's seven 3-point baskets and finished with 17 points to lead Pinkerton Academy of Derry to a 74-55 Division I boys' basketball decision over the Blue Devils in Salem Monday.

Londonderry's Jacob Coleman (23) grabs a rebound away from Trinity's Keanyon Lambert during Monday night's Division I game in Manchester.

NHIAA Basketball: Londonderry boys 2-0 after defeating Trinity

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Londonderry's Cody Ball helped seal a 69-48 victory at Trinity of Manchester with a fast break dunk.

Pembroke's Connor Boucher drives for a layup during Monday night's game against Manchester Memorial.

NHIAA Basketball: Pembroke edges Memorial boys

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Max Curran hit a shot to put Pembroke Academy up by one, then Dominic Timbas added insurance with a pair of free throws with seven seconds remaining to help the Spartans beat Memorial 50-47 in a Division I matchup Monday.

College Roundup: UNH women prevail on Anderson's bomb

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Kristen Anderson hit a pair of 3-pointers in the final seven seconds, one to tie the game and the other from just beyond midcourt at the buzzer to give the University of New Hampshire women's basketball team a 63-62 victory over Northeastern on Monday...

Manchester Central's Nolan Cooney, left, takes the baton from Abram Gagnon during their heat in the 4x400m relay race during a NHIAA Indoor Track and Field event at the Paul Sweet Oval at the University of New Hampshire in Durham Sunday. The Little Green placed first in their heat.

NHIAA Roundup: Martin, Pinkerton top Salem in tournament

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Pinkerton Academy of Derry got out front early and held off Salem 56-42 in the opening game of the Commonwealth Motors Christmas Classic girls' basketball tournament Sunday at Merrimack College.

College Roundup: SNHU women win

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Victoria Wiseman totaled a career-best 23 points as the Southern New Hampshire University women’s basketball team beat Caldwell University 73-69 on Sunday afternoon in Caldwell, N.J.

Boston guard Marcus Smart (36) reacts after being called for a foul on Miami Heat forward Chris Andersen in the second half of Sunday's game at American Airlines Arena.

Heat cruise past Celtics, snap losing skid

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Forward Luol Deng had 23 points as the Miami Heat snapped their five-game home losing streak, defeating the Boston Celtics 100-84 on Sunday night at AmericanAirlines Arena.

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.

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