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Arenas rips Pacers by scoring 43 points

Posted: Tuesday, February 08, 2005

 

  Golden State Warriors' Speedy Claxton, left, shoots as Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade (3) defends in the first quarter Monday, Feb. 7, 2005 in Miami. AP Photo/Alan Diaz

Golden State Warriors' Speedy Claxton, left, shoots as Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade (3) defends in the first quarter Monday, Feb. 7, 2005 in Miami.

AP Photo/Alan Diaz

WASHINGTON — Gilbert Arenas matched his career high with 43 points to help the Washington Wizards beat the Indiana Pacers 108-104 on Monday night.

Antawn Jamison added 20 points for the Wizards, combining with Arenas for 19 of Washington's 21 points in the final 8 minutes.

Heat 105, Warriors 96

MIAMI — Shaquille O'Neal scored 27 points and Miami Heat overcame a rare ragged performance by Dwyane Wade to win for the sixth time in seven games.

Wade failed to score in the first 18 minutes, committed eight turnovers, drew a technical foul, shot 5-for-18 and finished with 18 points, 5.6 below his average. O'Neal was 1-for-7 at the free-throw line but had six assists and 14 rebounds.

Nets 107, 76ers 97, OT

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J, — Vince Carter scored a season-high 43 points to become the 41st NBA player to reach 10,000 points, and Jason Kidd had his 62nd triple-double in New Jersey's victory over Philadelphia.

Hawks 114, Lakers 108

ATLANTA — Antoine Walker made two baskets in the last 2 minutes, and Tony Delk hit eight free throws in the final minute for Atlanta.

The Lakers, down by 29 points in the second quarter, cut the Hawks' lead to a point before Walker and Delk took control in the final minutes. Walker led the Hawks with 26 points.

Knicks 102, Jazz 99, OT

SALT LAKE CITY — Stephon Marbury scored 30 points, including New York's last six in overtime, to help the Knicks snap a nine-game road losing streak.

Kurt Thomas added 16 points for the Knicks, Michael Sweetney had 15, Trevor Ariza 14 and Anfernee Hardaway 13.

Andrei Kirilenko scored 25 points for Utah, but missed two free throws and a pair of 3-point attempts in overtime that would have tied it.



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