Lakers' Bryant injured in victory

Posted: Tuesday, January 13, 2004

LOS ANGELES Lakers star Kobe Bryant sprained his surgically repaired right shoulder Monday night and sat out the second half of Los Angeles' 89-79 victory over Cleveland,

The Lakers were already short-handed, playing their fifth game without Shaquille O'Neal (strained right calf) and ninth without Karl Malone (sprained knee ligament).

Mavericks 127, Knicks 121

NEW YORK The Dallas Mavericks squandered a 20-point lead before winning on the road against an Eastern Conference team for the first time this season, defeating the New York Knicks 127-121 in overtime Monday night.

In a thrilling game that featured a six-point comeback by the Knicks in the final 10.7 seconds of regulation, the Mavericks got huge efforts from five players to overcome Stephon Marbury's best game since joining the Knicks.

76ers 87, Magic 82

ORLANDO, Fla. Allen Iverson broke out of his slump to score 26 points and Philadelphia survived fourth-quarter shooting problems to beat Orlando.

Samuel Dalembert set career highs with 15 points and 11 rebounds before fouling out. He started because Derrick Coleman missed his 12th game of the season with a left knee sprain.

Grizzlies 115, Warriors 113, 2OT

OAKLAND, Calif. Shane Battier scored six of his 14 points in the second overtime, including the go-ahead basket, and Memphis won its second straight road game after losing eight in a row.

Mike Miller scored 24 points for Memphis, which has gone over 100 points in all five of its games this month. Jason Williams had 15 points, 12 assists and six rebounds for his fifth double-double of the season. Battier also added 10 rebounds.

Erick Dampier had a season-high 23 points, 22 rebounds and a season-high seven blocks for Golden State.

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