Celtics beat Rap­tors for 12th straight win

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BOS­TON – The Bos­ton Al Hor­ford, re­turn­ing Celtics, play­ing with­out from in­jury, scored 21 from six-all to 8-7 be­fore Kyrie Irv­ing, hung on for points to lead five Bos­ton ex­plod­ing to 11-7. Fac­ing their 12th straight NBA play­ers in dou­ble fig­ures. game and match point vic­tory on Sun­day, beat­ing Brown added 18 points, at 8-14, Dea­cons cre­ated the Toronto Rap­tors. Terry Rozier scored 16, a stir by reach­ing 11-14 And it came right down Mar­cus Smart 14 and be­fore Bat­son ended to the final sec­ond. Ta­tum had 13 points and the match with an­other Demar Derozen missed seven re­bounds. crack­ing kill. two shots in the clos­ing Derozen led the

Cawmere ended on sec­onds as the Celtics Rap­tors with 24 points 36 points, six more than downed the Toronto (but was just 8 of 22 from Pro­gres­sive, while Dea­cons Rap­tors 95-94. the floor), his sev­enth stopped at 28, two more Af­ter Derozen missed straight 20-point game than dis­placed kings a jumper, rookie Jayson at TD Gar­den. Charg­ers. Ta­tum grabbed the To­bias Har­ris led five

All Stars and re­bound, turned and hit play­ers in dou­ble fig­ures Foun­da­tion United were to Fred Van­vleet with an with 25 points to help bat­tle in the de­layed final el­bow for an of­fen­sive De­troit Pis­tons beat Mi­ami game last night to de­cide foul with 13.4 sec­onds Heat 112-103 and fin­ish the cel­lar po­si­tion, with re­main­ing. The play was un­beaten on the five-game All Stars hav­ing 14 points re­viewed, the call stood home­s­tand. and Foun­da­tion 11. and Toronto kept the ball. (Sports Ex­change)

check­out she re­quired. Bel­lay needed a 121 check­out, know­ing that her op­po­nent would more than likely take the leg on her next visit to the oche.

The Cana­dian drew gasps from the crowd by hit­ting the num­bers to give her one final dart to give her a shot at the bull to fin­ish and she hit it dead cen­tre.

Roberts took the sec­ond leg against the darts, and in the third hit a max­i­mum be­fore get­ting down to a 115 check­out. She then hit bull, 25 and dou­ble top to take the leg and a 2-1 lead.

Bel­lay fought back to level at 2-2 and took the fifth leg for the lead. Roberts now needed to win the sixth leg with­out the ad­van­tage of the darts. With Bel­lay wait­ing on a fin­ish, Roberts needed to hit a 135 check­out to stay in the match. She was un­able to do so and Bel­lay, pre­dictably, hit dou­ble top with her first dart to take the ti­tle. (PR/HG)

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