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. -- The Golden State Warriors and Houston
Rockets will forever be tied together for making the same
spectacular misjudgment on budding NBA sensation Jeremy
Lin. The next guard in the rotation is making a future
decision a little easier on both. Rookie reserve Klay
Thompson had 14 points and sparked a late run with fellow
guards Monta Ellis and Stephen Curry, leading the
Warriors past the Rockets 106-97 on Sunday night for
their second straight victory over a Western Conference
playoff contender. Thompson, selected 11th overall out of
Washington State, shot 4 of 6 from three-point range in
his latest sharp-shooting effort. After a slow start this
season, he is 12 of his last 16 from beyond the arc. "The
thing I love about him is nothing bothers him," said
Warriors coach Mark Jackson, who was stunned last week
when Thompson didnt make the roster for the rookie-
sophomore game during all-star weekend. "Its absolutely
funny," Jackson added. "He doesnt care. Hes a big-time
shooter, but hes a big-time competitor and an underrated
defender, underrated passer. "Its scary to think just how
good hes going to be." Ellis had 33 points and seven
assists and David Lee added 15 points and 13 rebounds for
the Warriors. But it was Thompson and Curry, who also
scored 14 points, providing some big shots late to help
Golden State upset another top team. The Warriors (10-14)
also won at Denver on Thursday night. "We want to get on
a little win streak here and get back in the playoff
hunt," Thompson said. "Were more than capable right now."
Kevin Martin started to break out of a recent shooting
slump with 28 points and Luis Scola had 14 points and 13
rebounds for the Rockets (16-12), whose three-game
winning streak ended. Houston is 3-2 on its current road
stretch and has a chance to head home with a winning trip
Tuesday at Memphis. "It just seemed to me like the whole
night it felt like we were playing in 8 inches of water,"
Rockets coach Kevin McHale said. "We just couldnt get
going." The Warriors pulled away in the fourth quarter
with a mix of substitutes and starters. Ekpe Udoh came
off the bench and finished with a strong layup at the
rim, drawing a foul on Chase Budinger to convert a three-
point play. Thompson followed with a three-pointer on the
next possession, Lee added a put-back dunk and a three-
point play and Golden State opened up a 93-80 lead with
7:24 remaining. Too late and too much for Houston to come
back. The Rockets scored six straight capped by Patrick
Pattersons tip to quickly close within seven and give
Golden State a brief scare. Then, Curry dribbled along
the baseline and finished with an acrobatic, one-handed
reverse layup underneath the rim despite getting sent
tumbling to the hardwood by Scola. Curry made the free
throw for the three-point play to put Golden State back
in front by 10 and seal the victory. The two franchises
suddenly tied together by a similar move are trying to
make their own marks this season. Lin was waived by
Golden State in December -- in large part because of
Thompsons and fellow rookie Charles Jenkins presence --
after splitting last season between the Warriors and the
NBA Development League. Houston picked the point guard up
for a couple of weeks before cutting him, and the Knicks
decided to give him a look. All Lin has done since is
help New York to five straight victories and engulfed the
NBA in swift and stunning fashion. So much so that
Rockets coach Kevin McHale acknowledged he went to a Bay
Area sports bar Saturday night to watch Lin lead the
Knicks past the Minnesota Timberwolves, where McHale had
previously coached. Sundays matchup had little of the
same intrigue. After going scoreless for almost three
minutes to start the game, the Rockets scored 13 straight
-- including the last six points by Scola -- to take a
13-5 lead. Martin also made 3 of his first 4 from beyond
the arc to put Houston ahead by nine points later in the
first quarter. The Warriors whittled the deficit down in
a hurry behind some strong three-point shooting of their
own. Golden State made eight of 13 from long range before
the half, taking an eight-point lead during one stretch
with Curry leading the sparkling shooting display. Both
teams settled down and neither created much separation
until Golden State pulled away in the fourth quarter
behind Thompson and a flurry of three-pointers. The
Warriors finished 13 for 24 from beyond the arc. "The
good news is that if he continues to play like hes
playing and continues to work hard, hell be in the big
show," Jackson said. "He wont have to worry about
freshman-sophomore games." And the Warriors certainly
wont have to worry about missing out on the next big
thing. Notes: McHale (TNT) and Jackson (ABC/ESPN) both
left the broadcast table for NBA head coaching jobs this
season. Asked what enticed them to leave broadcasting,
McHale said: "I like the butterflies before the game. I
like being in the fight. Theres nothing like being in the
scrap."... Warriors F Dominic McGuire was inactive with
left knee soreness. ... Houstons Jonny Flynn sat out with
a lower back injury.
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.C. -- J.B. Holmes was a 3-foot putt away
from winning the Wells Fargo Championship when he backed
away to size up the situation.
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. The team says Paul is day to day and is
questionable for Mondays game against New Jersey. Paul is
averaging 18.0 points, 8.4 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 37.3
minutes in nine games for the Clippers, who beat Miami
and the Lakers in their last two games.TORONTO -- Harry
Redknapp got a rude shock after taking over Queens Park
Rangers in November 2012. The team was in last place in
the English Premier League, its roster filled with
bloated contracts and egos. "The attitude stank. Attitude
towards the game, attitude towards training," he wrote in
his autobiography "Always Managing." "I cant remember a
worse one -- and behaviour like that cannot be altered
overnight." Redknapp, however, found one kindred spirit.
"Within weeks I had worked out that my best player was
Ryan Nelsen, a 35-year-old New Zealand international --
and he couldnt wait to get out," Redknapp wrote. "`Youve
got no chance, he told me. Not a prayer. This is the
worst dressing room Ive ever been in in my life. You
havent got a hope with this lot. I dont know how you
solve it." Today, Nelsen is in his second season as
manager of Toronto FC. He recalls his season with QPR --
his finale as a player -- as a ringside seat on what
happens when a dressing room goes wrong. "It was an
amazing learning experience for me," he said in an
interview this week. Redknapp, whose team was relegated
at the end of the 2012-13 season, is on the verge of
taking QPR back to the Premier League after one season in
the Championship. QPR faces Derby Country on Saturday at
Wembley in a promotion playoff worth up to 120 million
pounds (C$220.5 million), mostly from broadcast rights,
according to a 2013 report by the Sports Business Group
at Deloitte. With reported debts of 177 million pounds
(C$325 million), Queens Park Rangers could do with
hitting the promotion jackpot despite the deep pockets of
millionaire owner Tony Fernandes. Among the things Nelsen
learned at QPR was the need to get recruitment right, to
watch wages and that a good football team needs chemistry
off the field as well as organization in it. "It was an
environment that probably players were getting paid too
much for potentially their mentality to win," he said of
QPR. "Young guys probably on too much before they had
earned it." There were also older players who might have
lost their fire. And second-tier Championship players who
had the character desire but perhaps not the talent
needed. "Everybody tried their best to get the mixture
right, but it just didnt jell," said Nelsen. "It was just
wrong." The ill-fated QPR spending spree was funded by
Fernandes, a British-Malaysian businessman whose net
worth as of February was valued at US$650 million
according to Forbes magazine. He took over in August
2011, almost a year before Nelsen came on board. The New
Zealand international didnt expect to play much at QPR,
thinking his job would be to help then-manager Mark
Hughes and successor Redknapp off the pitch. He ended up
playing 21 league matches, becoming captain and turning
into a fan favouriite before leaving in January 2103 to
take over Toronto FC.
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. Nelsen points no fingers today,
saying the intentions of Hughes and Fernandes "were so
right for the club to do really well." The rot had set in
too much by the time Redknapp took over. "There had to be
a clearout before you could get it back again," he said.
There are more fashionable soccer teams in London but
Loftus Road, QPRs home in Shepherds Bush, has seen its
share of players with flair in Rodney Marsh, Stan Bowles
and Gerry Francis in the 1960s and 70s. A blue-collar
club, QPR won the League Cup in 1966-67 and was runner-up
in 1985-86. It was also runner-up in the FA Cup in 1981-
82 and was runner-up in the First Division, precursor to
the Premier League, in 1975-76. Celebrity QPR fans
included musicians Phil Collins, Pete Doherty and
composer Michael Nyman. A no-nonsense defender at the end
of his playing career, Nelsens work ethic appealed to the
QPR fans tired of rental players on big salaries. "I
think they just liked that I worked hard and tried to win
games," said Nelsen. "People respected that." Nelsen
loved the QPR supporters right back. "But it wasnt right
off the field," he said of the team. "And that weighed
heavily on me because I was kind of brought in to help
that out." QPR was relegated several months after Nelsens
departure to Canada. According to the Daily Mail, the
clubs wage bill was higher than that of Spanish champion
and Champions League finalists Atletico Madrid. Toronto
benefited from the subsequent clearout, with Brazil
goalkeeper Julio Cesar coming to MLS on a loan agreement.
Loic Remy (Newcastle) and Adel Taarabt (AC Milan) were
also sent out on loan. Cesar, whose attitude has earned
nothing but praise from Toronto coaches and players, says
QPR wants him back in August. The team will have to
reload if it returns to the Premier League. Redknapp, a
master wheeler and dealer, brought in hardened veterans
of the Championship to help climb back up the mountain.
"He invested really wisely," said Nelsen. "He moved guys
that probably had big value. And in saying that, their
value has probably increased." Nelsen will be watching
closely this weekend. "Ive got a lot of friends on that
QPR team," he said. In addition to the big-time Charlies,
he remembers of group of honest players desperate to
succeed. "And QPR had them. They probably got outnumbered
bit a little at the end but those guys, you wish them the
best so badly. and for Harry as well, because at his age
(now 67) he probably could have gone off and retired
somewhere. But he knuckled down in the Championship and
you wish them all the success. "All of his coaching staff
were fantastic when I was there. And theyve helped me
since Ive been here, to tell you the truth."
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