INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Goran Dragic (GOHR’-uhn DRAH’-gitch) had 28 points and seven assists and the Phoenix Suns handed the Indiana Pacers just their second home loss of the season, 102-94 last night. Gerald Green and Marcus Morris scored 16 points apiece to help the Suns win their fourth straight game.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Sean Kilpatrick scored 28 points, including six free throws down the stretch that helped No. 13 Cincinnati rally for a 69-66 victory over No. 12 Louisville. The Bearcats’ 13th straight win puts them 2½ games ahead of Louisville, the defending national champions.
BOSTON (AP) — Peter Budaj (BOO’-dy) stopped 34 shots and the Montreal Canadiens ended Boston’s recent scoring binge with a 4-1 win over the Bruins last night. The Canadiens won their second game in three nights and ended the Bruins’ four-game winning streak.
SAN DIEGO (AP)— Petco Park, usually the home of the San Diego Padres, is the site for a first-round Davis Cup competition today in San Diego between the U.S. and Britain. Donald Young of the U.S., ranked 79th in the world, takes on Andy Murray, the player he beat at Indian Wells in 2001 in what Young called “the biggest win of my career.”
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP)— Bubba Watson and Y.E. Yang are tied for the top spot at seven under par entering the second round of the Phoenix Open. Defending champion Phil Mickelson, who had to withdraw last weekend because of a bad back, opened with an even-par 71 and said his back was fine.