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ATHENS, Greece - Veria came from behind twice to draw 2-2 at Ergotelis in the
Greek league on Saturday.Bruno Halkiadakis opened the scoring for Ergotelis
in the 13th minute from long range, and Nikos Kaltsas equalized with a free
kick four minutes later.In the 38th, Halkiadakis shot struck the left post
and Mohamed Youssouf scored on the rebound.Veria equalized for the second
time in the 61st when El Fardou Ben Nabouhane converted a penalty.The draw
allowed Veria to catch Olympiakos in second place. The defending champion
hosts Panthrakikos Sunday. PAOK, with a five-point lead over both Olympiakos
and Veria, hosts Panathinaikos.Also, Xanthi overcame an early deficit to
beat OFI 2-1 and Panetolikos scored two early goals and held on for a 2-1
win at Kerkyra.
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seasons with the organization. INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Pacers bench
didnt provide much in Saturday nights 97-96 win over the Brooklyn Nets.
Danny Granger, Luis Scola, C.J. Watson and Ian Mahinmi combined to shoot
just 4 of 18 for 16 points. None played more than Watsons 18:33. "Weve got
to figure out something to get a better rhythm with that group," Pacers
coach Frank Vogel said. Maybe the arrival of Andrew Bynum will help. Hours
after the Pacers signed the free-agent centre for the rest of the season,
Indiana overcame an early deficit and held off the Nets to improve to an
NBA-best 22-2 at home. Bynum wasnt in the arena -- Vogel said before the
game that the mercurial big man had returned to Cleveland and hadnt had a
chance to meet his new teammates yet. But Indianas All-Star starter, Paul
George, isnt concerned about Bynums reputation. "I think it increases our
chances (of winning a championship)," George said. "A lot of teams have
three centres. With us only having two, him being one of the best ones out
there, its a no-brainer to go after a talented guy like that." The Pacers
(36-10) eked out the win despite a season-high 24 turnovers that Brooklyn
converted into 36 points. "We didnt play a great game," Vogel said. "Weve
got to get under control." George and Roy Hibbert both had 20 points for the
Pacers, who swept the four-game season series. Lance Stephenson, left out of
the All-Star game despite leading the NBA in triple-doubles, added 14 points
for Indiana. David West had 17 points and George Hill scored 10. "Weve got
to be a little more patient. Were swinging for the fences a little too much
in terms of trying to make some tight interior passes as opposed to making
the simple play," said West, who had a game-high seven assists. Shaun
Livingston scored a season-high 24 points for the Nets, who couldnt hold an
early seven-point lead against the Eastern Conference leaders. Joe Johnson,
an All-Star selection, spent much of the night dueling with Stephenson and
scored 16 for Brooklyn, which has lost three straight since starting January
with 11 wins in 12 games. "We play 82 games through the season and youre
going to have your ups and downs, and hopefully youre ready come playoff
time," Nets coach Jason Kidd said. Stephenson, unhappy he was left off the
All-Star team, had words at times with the Brooklyn bench. "I could care
less if its personal," Johnson said. "He needs to talk it over with the
coaches. Ive got nothing to do with it." Paul Pierce scored 15 points, Deron
Williiams added 13 and Kevin Garnett had 12 for the Nets, who were coming
off a 120-95 loss at home to Oklahoma City on Friday night.dddddddddddd "The
guys were active tonight and we got our hands on some balls and we turned
them over," Kidd said. "Wedi dnt capitalize as well as we wanted, but
definitely an improvement from what we did the night before." West scored
seven points in the fourth quarter, hitting five of six free throws to help
the Pacers hold on. "David always comes through when we need him most,"
George said. "He shines in those moments. He really picks us up in those
moments." Brooklyn tied the score at 76 on Livingstons two free throws with
10 minutes left, but Hibbert converted a three-point play and Indiana led
the rest of the way. Livingston pulled Brooklyn to 85-83 with 5:10 to play,
but after an extended Indiana possession, Stephenson hit two free throws
after being fouled by Johnson, then Hibbert slammed home a dunk. The Nets
wouldnt go away, though. Hill hit one of two free throws with 18.6 seconds
to play for a 94-90 lead before Johnsons 3-pointer with 8 seconds left made
it 94-93. West then hit two free throws, rebounded Pierces missed 3 and hit
one more free throw to make it 97-93. Williams hit a 3 with 0.4 seconds
left, and the game ended after Scola threw the inbounds pass off Pierces
back. "The one thing we said was, Dont throw it out of bounds," Vogel said.
"We said, Throw it anywhere where it hits them or us." Brooklyn took
advantage of a sluggish start by the Pacers to lead by seven points three
times in the first quarter, the last on Johnsons short jumper that put the
Nets ahead 13-6 with 7:28 to play in the period. The Pacers took their first
lead at 19-18 on Georges 3-pointer. Livingston hit two jumpers and Johnson
added another to put Brooklyn back ahead 24-19, but Indiana closed the
quarter on a 6-0 run to lead 25-24. Neither team could build a lead greater
than four points in the second quarter, and the lead changed hands six
times, with five ties. Georges driving layup with 6 seconds to play gave the
Pacers a 46-45 halftime lead. The Pacers outscored Brooklyn 12-2 over the
first 3:36 of the third quarter, building a 58-47 lead and prompting a
timeout by Kidd. Brooklyn responded with a 19-9 run to pull to 67-66.
Indiana scored the next five points, but Alan Anderson hit a 3-pointer,
Mason Plumlee made one of two free throws and the Nets trailed just 72-70
entering the fourth. NOTES: The Pacers improved to 32-1 when leading after
the third quarter. ... Indiana missed four of its first seven shots.
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