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Scola's strong 2nd half helps Suns snap skid

Scola's strong 2nd half helps Suns snap skid

ESPN.com Updated Jan 2, 2013
Luis Scola scored 19 of his 21 points in the second half and the Phoenix Suns beat the Philadelphia 76ers 95-89 Wednesday night to snap a six-game losing streak.
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  • Kobe Bryant explains Lakers’ lack of energy in loss to 76ers: ‘…

    Kobe Bryant explains Lakers’ lack of energy in loss to 76ers: ‘We’re old as [expletive]‘

    yahoo.com Jan 2, 2013
    The Los Angeles Lakers' one-step-forward, two-steps-back season returned to reverse on Tuesday night, as Mike D'Antoni's squad followed Friday night's comfortable 2012-ending win over the Portland Trail Blazers by opening 2013 with a sluggish 103-99 los…
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  • Holiday, Turner help Sixers fend off Lakers

    Holiday, Turner help Sixers fend off Lakers

    ESPN.com Jan 2, 2013
    Jrue Holiday had 26 points and 10 assists, Evan Turner added 22 points and 13 rebounds, and the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Los Angeles Lakers 103-99 on Tuesday night.
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  • Pau Gasol Launches A Football Pass to Kobe Bryant

    Pau Gasol Launches A Football Pass to Kobe Bryant

    dimemag.com Jan 2, 2013
    Pau Gasol launches a football pass to Kobe Bryant who scores easily at the other end of the floor in tonight’s matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers.
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  • Kobe Bryant Cashes In a Reverse Layup

    Kobe Bryant Cashes In a Reverse Layup

    dimemag.com Jan 2, 2013
    Kobe Bryant drives the baseline and cashes in a reverse layup in tonight’s matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers.
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  • Video - Suns Snap Six-Game Skid 00:54

    Suns Snap Six-Game Skid

    Jan 2
    Jrue Holiday's triple-double not enough as 76ers fall to Suns.

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  • Lee Jenkins: More polished Sanders hopes to be The Next Big Thing

    Jan 2
    In the winter of 2009, NBA scouts flocked to Virginia Commonwealth University, lured by a fearless point guard named Eric Maynor, who would soon become a first-round draft pick. While watching Maynor in Richmond, the scouts noticed a springy center on t…