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Golden State got a little revenge for its Christmas Day loss to the Lakers earlier this season.LeBron James injured his groin in the last contest between these teams, but Los Angeles pulled out a win. He sat out this time for load management, as he just returned to the court from his injury. HighlightsDeMarcus Cousins got a technical for staring down Kyle Kuzma after this poster.🔨‼️🔨‼️🔨B O O G I E🔨‼️🔨‼️🔨 pic.twitter.com/JFTgQ3AwQe— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) February 3, 2019Ben Simmons took off and slammed one home over Nemanja Bjelica.OH MY.@BenSimmons25 | #HereTheyCome pic.twitter.com/3OAi2B98GF— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) February 3, 2019What’s Next?Thunder (33-18) at Celtics (33-19) 2 p.m. ET — Boston has won three games straight while Oklahoma City is riding a seven-game winning streak. Kyrie Irving and crew should have a challenging matchup against Russell Westbrook and Paul George. Although Stephen Curry didn’t make a field goal until the fourth quarter, the Warriors claimed a 115-101 victory. Klay Thompson led all scorers with 28 points on 10-of-15 shooting.Brandon Ingram led the Lakers with 20 points while Rajon Rondo totaled 12 points and 11 assists on the night. Related News The Warriors’ 11-game winning streak was snapped against the 76ers on Thursday, but they could be poised to begin another hot streak.Studs of the NightLou Williams totaled 39 points and nine assists as the Clippers took down the Pistons 111-101.Kemba Walker had 37 points, six rebounds and 10 assists in the Hornets’ 125-118 win against Chicago.Luka Doncic tied a career high with 35 points in a 111-98 Mavericks victory against the Cavaliers.James Harden had 43 points, 12 rebounds, six steals, five assists and four blocks in the Rockets’ 125-98 blowout win over the Jazz.Duds of the NightJoe Harris scored six points on 3-of-12 shooting as the Nets fell short to the Magic 102-89.DeMar DeRozan scored 13 points on 3-of-10 shooting in the Spurs’ 113-108 win against the Pelicans. Warriors ‘got what we deserved’ in streak-ending loss to 76ers, Steve Kerr says
SANTA ANITA’S 40-DAY SPRING MEET UNDERWAY; ADMISSION GATES OPEN ON FRIDAY AT 7:15 A.M. ARCADIA, Calif. (May 5, 2016)–Well placed at the rail around the far turn, English-bred Nancy From Nairobi wheeled three-wide turning for home and unleashed a devastating turn of foot to take Thursday’s Grade II, $200,000 Royal Heroine Stakes by a half length over favored Faufiler. Trained by John Sadler and ridden by Abel Lezcano, Nancy From Nairobi stopped the clock after a flat mile on turf in 1:37.12.Ridden by Lezcano in all five of her stateside starts, Nancy From Nairobi registered her third win in a row and got her first ever graded stakes victory in the process.“The Gamely ($300,000, Grade I at 1 1/8 miles on turf May 30) will be next,” said Sadler. “My other mare, Elektrum, ran well too, went through traffic and came flying to be fifth. So we should have two for the Gamely, although we might try to separate them.”Off at 5-1 in a full field of 14 older fillies and mares, Nancy From Nairobi paid $12.20, $6.40 and $4.20. Owned by Hronis Racing, LLC, she picked up $120,000 for the win, increasing her earnings to $271,456. She now has three wins and a second from five starts over the Santa Anita lawn.“The turf was soft, so it basically fit her, she likes that,” said Lezcano. “I just had my hands down on her and I waited, waited…In the stretch, I had no traffic. I was on the outside and I was in the clear, no complaints.”Last after a half mile, Irish-bred Faufiler, who shipped in from Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland, came flying down the middle of the course but ran out of real estate late while finishing second, 1 ¼ lengths in front of Fanticola.Ridden by Drayden Van Dyke, Faufiler was off at 9-2 and paid $5.60 and $4.20.Fanticola, who won last year’s Royal Heroine and broke from the extreme outside today, attended the pace with Joe Talamo up, made the lead briefly inside the furlong pole and stayed gamely for third, finishing a half length in front of Havanna Belle.Off at 11-1, Fanticola paid $9.20 to show.Fractions on the race were 22.88, 47.49, 1:12.28 and 1:24.79.With Santa Anita’s 40-day Spring Meet underway, admission gates will open early on Friday, Kentucky Oaks Day, at 7:15 a.m. The Grade III, $100,000 American Stakes, which has been carded as race six, will highlight a nine-race program. There is a Pick Six carryover into Friday of $32,393 and first post time is at 2 p.m.