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NBA roundup: Tim Duncan lifts Spurs

76er Spencer Hawes (left), who had 16 rebounds, battles Tyler Hansbrough.

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76er Spencer Hawes (left), who had 16 rebounds, battles Tyler Hansbrough.

Tim Duncan had 30 points and 12 rebounds, Kawhi Leonard added 24 points and 13 boards, and the Spurs defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers, 119-113, Saturday night at San Antonio.

Manu Ginobili added 14 points and 10 assists, Nando De Colo had 11 points and Tiago Splitter had 10 for San Antonio.

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Wayne Ellington had 21 points and fellow reserve Marreese Speights added 19 for Cleveland. Shaun Livingston had 16 points, and Alonzo Gee and Dion Waiters added 15 apiece.

Neither offense was slowed by the loss of its starting All-Star point guards. The Spurs’ Tony Parker is expected to miss another two weeks with a Grade 2 left ankle sprain, and Cleveland will be without Kyrie Irving (shoulder) for another three weeks.

76ers 98, Pacers 91 — Spencer Hawes had 18 points and career highs of 16 rebounds and seven blocked shots to lead host Philadelphia.

Jrue Holiday added 27 points and 12 assists to help the Sixers win for only the third time in 15 games. While the Sixers are one of the worst road teams in the league, they are 19-17 at home.

Jazz 90, Grizzlies 84 — Gordon Hayward scored 17 points in his first start since November, including a 3-pointer with 17 seconds left to lift host Utah.

The Jazz started sixth man Hayward to provide a spark on both ends. He added eight rebounds.

Trail Blazers 112, Pistons 101 — LaMarcus Aldridge had 31 points and 12 rebounds, and host Portland handed Detroit its eighth straight loss.

Wizards 127, Suns 105 — Martell Webster scored a career-high 34 points and John Wall added 17 points and 11 assists to lead Washington to a rout of visiting Phoenix.

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