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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul didnt let a slow start against the Sacramento Kings throw him off course. A quick pep talk by coach Doc Rivers and some encouraging words from his teammates convinced Paul to keep jacking up shots until they started to fall. Just like that, Pauls sizzling start to the season rolled on. Paul had 26 points and 10 assists for his third straight double-double, and the Clippers came back after blowing a 15-point lead in the second half to beat the Kings 110-101 on Friday night. "I came out a little slow and tried to let the game develop, but I cant be that way," Paul said. "I have to be more aggressive. Once I got more aggressive, that opened up things for everybody." Blake Griffin added 20 points, 17 rebounds and six assists while reserve Jamal Crawford had 18 points for the Clippers, who have won two straight since a season-opening loss to the Lakers. Six players scored in double figures for Los Angeles, which trailed 92-90 midway through the fourth quarter before going ahead for good on a 3-pointer by Paul. The Clippers point guard had nine points over the final 6 minutes, including four consecutive free throws to extend the lead to 108-101. Paul got into it with Sacramento centre DeMarcus Cousins. The two exchanged words and had to be separated in the first quarter after it appeared Paul tried to push on Cousins face while the Kings centre was on the ground. Cousins later drew a technical in the fourth quarter after blocking a shot by Paul when he appeared to taunt the guard. Isaiah Thomas, who led the Kings with 29 points, was also hit with a technical foul while Los Angeles reserve Matt Barnes was called for a flagrant foul. "It was a track meet and it was physical, too," Rivers said. "It had a little bit of everything." The Clippers led most of the game and were ahead 66-51 early in the third quarter before the Kings made their best run of the night behind Thomas. Thomas, Sacramentos diminutive backup point guard, scored seven points including a driving layup as he crashed to the court. That helped the Kings trim the gap to single digits, and Travis Outlaws tip-in following Cousins missed 18-footer cut the Clippers lead to 79-77 heading into the fourth quarter. "I love the fact that we got back in the game and we didnt stop competing," Sacramento coach Michael Malone said. "But you cant beat a good team if you allow them to shoot 50 per cent from the field and from the 3-point line." A driving layup by Thomas tied the game at 90-all, and Jason Thompsons jumper gave the Kings their first lead since early in the first half. It didnt last long. Paul scored five straight points and fed DeAndre Jordan with an alley-oop pass for a dunk that gave Los Angeles a 97-94 lead. Cousins, who finished with 24 points and 10 rebounds, scored on a short hook to pull the Kings within 102-99 but Jared Dudley and Paul made two free throws apiece to help the Clippers seal the win. "Im one of those people that let my teammates get me going, and I need that," said Paul, who shot 7 of 14 from the field. "Doc talks to me about it but its my teammates that help me." Los Angeles led comfortably until Sacramentos push in the second half. Barnes and J.J. Redick made consecutive 3s as part of a 12-0 run by the Clippers midway through the first quarter. The Kings pulled even at 22-all on two free throws from Thomas before Crawford made a runner in the lane to give Los Angeles the early lead. Crawford scored six of the Clippers first nine points in the second quarter and Griffin added four on a driving layup and two free throws to help Los Angeles take a 41-31 lead. The Kings shot just 38.1 per cent in the first half but pulled within 52-45 on a free throw by Thomas with 21.5 seconds left. Paul answered with a 15-footer to extend the Clippers lead to nine at halftime. Sacramento made it close in the second half but couldnt close out after taking a lead with just over 6 minutes left. "We have to get better on the defensive end," Cousins said. "They got going, and instead of us stopping the bleeding we let them continue to do that. They didnt beat us. We beat ourselves." NOTES: Paul is averaging 27.3 points through the first three games. ... Crawford was 7 of 10 from the field. ... Former NBA star and current Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson was among those seated courtside. Roman Harper Jersey . Snedekers best result so far this year is a tie for eighth place at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March. 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Tony Baker Jersey .com) - The collective hearts of Chicago Bulls fans sank on Friday night when Derrick Rose went down with a leg injury against the Cleveland Cavaliers.GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The return of Daryl Washington has made a good Arizona defence even better. Just ask Cam Newton. Washington had two of Arizonas seven sacks of Newton and one of its three interceptions in the Cardinals 22-6 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. "He was the same old D-Wash," teammate Patrick Peterson said, "running sideline to sideline." Washington was back after serving a four-game suspension for violating the leagues substance abuse policy. "It feels good, especially with a win at home," he said. "My teammates and this organization are so supportive of me that it makes it easy for me to go out and do what I do." There were plenty of other defensive playmakers for the Cardinals, who fell behind 6-3 at halftime but dominated the second half. Calais Campbell had two sacks, one for Arizonas first regular-season safety in nine years, the other forcing a game-clinching fumble. Karlos Dansby also had two sacks and an interception. Peterson also had an interception. "Thats the beauty of it," Campbell said. "When you have so many guys that are as talented as we have, youve got to pick your poison. You can try to take one of us out of the game, somebody else is going to eat." Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer called his teams defensive performance "phenomenal, lights out, and not surprising whatsoever." Carolina (1-3), playing for the first time since a 38-0 victory over the New York Giants two weeks ago, managed only Graham Ganos field goals from 22 and 51 yards. "It is as disappointing as disappointing gets," Panthers safety Mike Mitchell said. The day just got worse and worse for Newton, returning to the site of his BCS championship performance for Auburn and his impressive NFL debut. "I have to do a better job of protecting the football," he said. "We had our opportunities in the red zone multiple times and we just couldnt seem to get it together. We are not going to sob or get beside ourselves or go into a shell. We are going to keep fighting. That is what this team is full of." Palmer threw a touchdown pass, but was intercepted three times as Arizonas offence struggled again, as it did most of last week in a 13-10 win at Tampa Bay. "You can call them ugly wins or any kind of wins you want," said Cardinals first-year coach Bruce Arians, who turned 61 on Thursday. "As long as theyre wins, I love them." Jay Feely, who had a 42-yard field goal for Arizonas only points of the first hhalf, kicked a 50-yarder to make it 15-6 with 3:38 to play.dddddddddddd The Cardinals clinched it when Campbell sacked Newton and the ball popped free. Antoine Cason picked it up and ran 40 yards to the Carolina 9. Palmer connected with Jim Dray for a 7-yard score, the big tight ends first career touchdown, to make it 22-6 with 2:23 remaining. The Panthers had four dropped passes, two of them by the normally reliable Steve Smith, and were penalized nine times for 79 yards. One of Smiths drops would have been a touchdown. Their running game, ranked third in the NFL coming in, managed just 95 yards, only 21 in the second half. "We have to protect the quarterback better and we have to make better decisions as far as the quarterback, too," Carolina coach Ron Rivera said. "There are a lot of things we have to correct and a lot of blame to go around for everybody." Andre Ellingtons 26-yard run set up the Cardinals first touchdown. Rashard Mendenhall scored from the 1 to put Arizona ahead for the first time 10-6 with 5:48 left in the third quarter. After the kickoff, a taunting penalty on Jordan Senn and an offensive pass interference call on Smith pushed Carolina to its 5-yard line. Newton faded into the end zone and was sacked by Campbell, and the Cardinals led 12-6 with 5:28 to go in the third. After the ensuing free kick, Arizona had it at the Carolina 48 when Luke Kuechly intercepted Palmer and returned it 30 yards to the Cardinals 29. The Panthers moved to the 5, where on third-and-3, Washington picked off Newtons pass and rambled 41 yards to midfield. Newton was 14 for 21 for 215 yards in the first half, but couldnt get the Panthers in the end zone. Ganos 51-yard field goal as the half ended put Carolina up 6-3. Peterson intercepted Newtons pass intended for Smith at the Cardinals 1-yard line and scrambled 43 yards to the 44. Completions to Larry Fitzgerald and Ellington moved Arizona to the Panthers 23. But Palmer overthrew Fitzgerald over the middle, and Mitchell intercepted it in the end zone with 34 seconds left in the half. That was plenty of time for the Panthers, who got a 20-yard run by fullback Mike Tolbert and a pair of completions by Newton. After a holding penalty negated Grahams 41-yard field goal, he nailed the 51-yarder to put the Panthers up by three at the break. Notes: The Panthers lost starting left guard Amini Silatolu with a knee injury in the third quarter. ... Washington had one other game with a sack and interception, against Carolina in the 2011 season opener. ' ' '
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