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Thu April 18, 2013
WAMC Morning Edition Sports Update
In the NBA, Chris Copeland scored 33 points and the Knicks wrapped up their winningest season in 16 years beating the Hawks 98-92 on Wednesday. New York finished 54-28 and is the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference. The Knicks will host the No. 7 Boston Celtics on Saturday.
Brook Lopez scored 20 points and the Brooklyn Nets held off the Detroit Pistons 103-99. Detroit will miss the playoffs for the fourth straight season.
The Celtics closed out the regular season with a 114-90 loss to the Raptors. Players from both teams gathered at midcourt before tip-off to observe a moment of silence.
Elsewhere, Charlotte beat Cleveland 105-98. Milwaukee defeated Oklahoma City 95-89. Minnesota beat San Antonio 108-95. Dallas topped New Orleans 99-87. Miami beat Orlando 105-93. Philadelphia edged ahead of Indiana 105-95. Denver cruised past Phoenix 118-98. Utah fell to Memphis 86-70. Chicago beat Washington 95-92. Golden State won against Portland 99-88. The Lakers moved up to the seventh seed and bested Houston 99-95 and the Clippers rallied to beat Sacramento 112-108.
In baseball, checking interleague play, the Yankees beat Arizona 4-3. Brett Gardner had a tying, two-run single in the seventh. Elsewhere, Kansas City shut out Atlanta 1-0. In the American League, Boston doubled up Cleveland 6-3. Oakland beat Houston 7-5. Tampa Bay outscored Baltimore 6-2. The White Sox shut out Toronto 7-0 and Detroit beat Seattle 2-1.
In the National League, the game between the Mets and the Rockies was postponed from another spring storm. Pittsburgh shut out St. Louis 5-0. Cincinnati crushed Philadelphia 11-2. Washington defeated Miami 6-1. Milwaukee beat San Francisco 4-3 and San Diego past the Dodgers 7-2.
In the NHL, Buffalo topped Boston 3-2. The game was the first major sporting event in Boston since Monday's attack. Pittsburgh beat Montreal 6-4 and Detroit lost to Calgary 3-2.
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