Rockets set NBA mark for treys...Michigan outlasts OSU...Razorbacks whip Gators

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Associated Press

Posted on February 6, 2013 at 3:06 AM

HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Rockets tied an NBA record and set a franchise mark by draining 23 three-pointers in a 140-109 win over Golden State. The Rockets also matched an NBA record with 14 three-pointers in the first half and dished out a season-high 35 assists on 46 field goals overall. Jeremy Lin hit five treys and finished with 28 points.

UNDATED (AP) — Paul George scored 29 points and the Indiana Pacers picked up their 15th consecutive home win by downing Atlanta 114-103. Kobe Bryant scored 21 points and had eight rebounds in the Los Angeles Lakers' third straight win, a 92-83 decision over the Nets in Brooklyn. Goran Dragic (DRAH'-gihch) scored 15 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter to lead Phoenix past Memphis 96-90, while Danilo Gallinari (dah-NIH'-loh gah-lih-NAHR'-ee) and Ty Lawson each scored 22 points in Denver's 112-104 decision over Utah.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Tim Hardaway Jr. keyed a second-half charge and made a huge block in the waning moments as third-ranked Michigan beat No. 10 Ohio State 76-74. He finished with 23 points, including five straight three-pointers after the Buckeyes built a 48-40 lead. Ohio State still had a chance to tie the game until Hardaway blocked a shot by Aaron Craft in the final seconds to secure Michigan's 21st win of the season.

UNDATED (AP) — Unranked Arkansas gave No. 2 Florida no respect, hitting 10 of its first 15 shots and coasting to an 80-69 win over the Gators. BJ Young had 13 points for the Razorbacks, who led by as many as 23 in the first half and beat a top-10 team for the first time since 2008-09. The Gators entered the game with a 10-game winning streak and an 8-0 record in the SEC.

UNDATED (AP) — Ryan Braun reportedly has been linked to the Florida Clinic under investigation by Major League Baseball for allegedly providing banned substances to players. Yahoo Sports is reporting that the name of the Milwaukee Brewers outfielder and 2011 National League MVP is listed in the records from Biogenesis of America. Braun says his name was in those records because of a dispute over payment to Anthony Bosch, who ran the now-closed anti-aging clinic.

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