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By Erik HorneStaff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgTULSA — Billy Donovan arrived in Tulsa with a fresh haircut, a clean shave and a healthy team.
Rick Carlisle rolled into town with a faded Dallas Mavericks ball cap pulled tightly over his head, a hint of stubble and a hobbled squad, which left its stars in the Lone Star State.
“He's about 2 inches taller than any of our centers,” the Mavericks' head coach deadpanned before the game about Kevin Durant.
Jason Spezza scored three goals, including the tiebreaker late in the third period, and the Dallas Stars spoiled Connor McDavid's first NHL goal with a 4-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.
Spezza's go-ahead goal for a 3-2 lead with 4:30 remaining came moments after Kari Lehtonen stopped Nail Yakupov on a breakaway.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame's watch lists for four of its 2015-16 college basketball awards:
Kyle Collinsworth, Brigham Young; Tyrone Wallace, California; Maodo Lo, Columbia; Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Florida State; D
Allonzo Trier, Arizona; Anthony Drmic, Boise State; Kellen Dunham, Butler; Jordan Matthews, California; Grayson Allen, Duke; Dwayne Bacon, Florida State; Marvell Harris, Fresno State; James Blackmon, Indiana; AJ English, Iona; Antonio Blakeney, Louisiana State; Rasheed Sulaimon, Maryland; Sheldon McClellan, Miami; Caris Levert, Michigan; Malik Newman, Mississippi State; Buddy Hield, Oklahoma; E.
Clayton Kershaw ended his five-game postseason skid with seven brilliant innings while pitching on three days' rest and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the New York Mets 3-1 Tuesday night to force a deciding Game 5 in the NL Division series.
The series shifts back to Dodger Stadium on Thursday.
Game 2 winner Zack Greinke will try to lead the Dodgers to a spot in the NL Championship Series against the Chicago Cubs.
Russell Westbrook, playing parts of the first and third quarters, scored 19 points in 20 minutes to lead the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 100-88 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night at the BOK Center.
Enes Kanter came off the bench to score 17 points and grab 11 rebounds before a sellout crowd, helping Oklahoma City treat a sellout crowd of 17,978.
John Jenkins, a free-agent signee, scored 26 points for Dallas on 11-of-18 shooting.
MAVERICKS: Center Zaza Pachulia, acquired in July from Milwaukee for a second-round pick, had 13 points, all in the first half.