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IVERSON AND ANTHONY GO 30/30 IN NUGGETS' WIN
Allen Iverson scored 36 points and Carmelo Anthony scored 33 in the Nuggets' 109-100 win at Toronto. It was the fifth time this season that Iverson and Anthony both scored at least 30 points in the same game. Only one other pair of teammates has done that even twice this season: Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol (2 times).
SPURS RIDE 19-0 RUN TO VICTORY AT DALLAS
The Spurs scored 19 unanswered points in the third quarter and cruised to an 88-81 win at Dallas. It was the longest scoring run by a visiting team against the Mavericks since April 7, 2001, when Utah scored 19 straight points in a 116-103 win at Reunion Arena.
NCAA Men's Basketball
CURRY EXTENDS HISTORIC RUN WITH 30 POINTS VS. GEORGETOWN
Stephen Curry scored 30 points in Davidson's 74-70 upset of Georgetown, becoming only the second player in the last 40 years to score at least 30 points in each of his first three NCAA Tournament games. The other was Glenn Robinson of Purdue in 1993-1994.
Curry also became the first player ever to score 30 or more points in an NCAA Tournament game against Georgetown. The previous high was 28, by James Worthy of North Carolina in the 1982 Final and Keith Lee of Memphis in 1983 (second round). Georgetown's streak of 68 games without allowing an opposing player to score at least 30 points was by far the longest in the history of the NCAA Tournament.