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Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Michael Carter-Williams drove for the go-ahead basket with 9.9 seconds left in regulation and the Philadelphia 76ers won for the second time in as many nights with a 93-92 victory over the Indiana Pacers. Carter-Williams finished with 15 points, the biggest two coming in crunch time when the reigning Rookie of the Year drove past three defenders and scooped in the deciding layup over the imposing Roy Hibbert. David West missed a contested fadeaway jumper from the top of the key just before the buzzer to seal the Sixers fifth win in their last 11 games. They had won two of their first 25. Tony Wroten added 20 points off the bench, and he and Carter-Williams both totaled nine assists. Robert Covington chipped in 16 points. We play hard regardless (of our record), Wroten said. For us to come away (with a win) at home feels great. West netted a season-high 28 points with nine rebounds for the Pacers, who have alternated wins and losses over their last six. The maligned Sixers topped the Nets in Brooklyn on Friday and showed no signs of fatigue in Saturdays seesaw battle. Theyre growing, Pacers head coach Frank Vogel said of the Sixers. They are putting in the work and they are improving. Wroten threw an alley-oop to K.J. McDaniels off the backboard for a highlight- reel dunk, which gave the Sixers an 84-77 lead with under 7 1/2 minutes to go. Philadelphia missed its next nine shots, however, and the Pacers took their first lead of the fourth when West pushed off Carter-Williams and scored on the second-year guard in the post to put Indiana in front 88-87. The lead changed hands five more times in the final two minutes. West countered Covingtons acrobatic bucket over Hibbert with a 12-footer with 17.6 seconds remaining, and Carter-Williams delivered at the other end. The Pacers led by nine early but missed their last eight shots of the first quarter. They brought a 21-19 lead into the second and were ahead 49-43 at the break despite shooting 37 percent from the floor in the half. There were five lead changes and three ties in the third quarter, and Wrotens three-point play in the final minute gave the Sixers a 72-70 lead. Game Notes Pacers guard C.J. Miles suffered an injury to his left eye in the first half and did not return ... Indiana had won four straight meetings ... Hibbert totaled seven points and 13 rebounds ... The Pacers had 27 second-chance points to Philadelphias 12. Discount Adidas Shoes Australia . - This win was more the New Jersey Devils style. Cheap Adidas Shoes Australia . Grimes signed a $32 million, four-year contract to remain with Miami. The deal, which includes $16 million guaranteed, rewards Grimes for his recovery from an Achilles tendon injury that forced him to miss almost all of the 2012 season. http://www.wholesaleshoesaustraliaadidas.com/.com) - They didnt meet in the regular season, so Sam Houston State might be saying it won the de facto title game between the two Southland Conference co-champions Saturday. Cheap Adidas Shoes Wholesale . It was a move of some time in the making. “He hasnt thrown well, clearly some guys are being used more than him right now and the only way to get out of this funk is to pitch,” said general manager Alex Anthopoulos. Wholesale Adidas Australia .C. - The Carolina Hurricanes hope they now have the leadership tandem in place to turn the franchise around.BOSTON -- Boston returned home to Fenway Park and left its hitting slump on the road. The Red Sox scored a season-high in runs in a 10-3 victory over Cleveland on Friday night, one day after beating the Indians 5-2. Not bad for a team that had totalled just one run at Baltimore in the last three games of its road trip. "The thing that stands out is we answered every time they scored," Boston manager John Farrell said. "Thats two nights in a row now and thats very encouraging." A.J. Pierzynski, Mike Napoli and Dustin Pedroia hit two-run doubles, Xander Bogaerts hit a solo homer and John Lackey (8-4) allowed three runs or less for the ninth time in his last 10 starts. "Tonight was more about the offence more than anything," Lackey said. "The guys really swung the bats great, made a couple of great defensive plays for me, just a good team win." The Red Sox (31-36) entered the game with the fourth-lowest batting average in the AL and have been on a roller coaster ride, losing 10 straight, winning seven in a row and then losing five consecutive games before winning four of their last six. "Weve been able to ride some of the peaks and valleys here," Farrell said, "but theres a number of guys that are relaxed in the (batters) box right now." Cleveland is on its own streak, losing four straight. Justin Masterson (4-5) had his shortest stint of the season -- two innings plus two walks in the third -- 11 days after he had a season-high 10 strikeouts in seven innings against Boston and beat Lackey 3-2. He walked the first two batters in the second. "I walked two guys on like eight pitches," Masterson said. "Its 3-3 at the time and its still a ball game. (Manager Terry Francona) doesnt see any positive adjustment coming out of me. Why wouldnt he take me out?" With a light rain falling, Lackey struggled early when he allowed three runs and six hits in three innings. "I heard some places have summer," Lackey joked. "Thats the rumour." But he gave up just one hit in his next 3 2-3 scoreless innings before bbeing replaced by Andrew Miller.dddddddddddd The Indians took a 2-0 lead in the second on Carlos Santanas eighth homer after a single by David Murphy. "Hes starting to take some more aggressive swings and stay in the middle of the field," Francona said of Santana, who began the night hitting .175. "If he gets hot, that will be great for us." The Red Sox went ahead with three runs in the bottom of the inning. Masterson walked David Ortiz and Napoli. Daniel Nava singled, but Ortiz was thrown out trying to score by centre fielder Michael Bourn. Pierzynski then doubled in two runs and Jackie Bradley Jr. singled in another. Cleveland tied it in the top of the third on consecutive doubles by Asdrubal Cabrera and Michael Brantley. But Masterson again walked the first two batters, Bogaerts and Pedroia, in the third and was replaced by Kyle Crockett. Napoli doubled both runners in, putting Boston on top 5-3. After Brantleys RBI double, Lackey retired 14 of the next 16 batters, allowing runners only on a walk and an error. Cabrera doubled with two outs in the seventh, ending Lackeys night. Miller ended the threat by retiring Brantley on a groundout. Boston tagged three relievers for four runs in the seventh. Bradley led off with a single, Brock Holt singled and both scored on Pedroias double. Ortiz was walked intentionally and Pedroia scored when Napoli singled to right and Murphy let the ball get away from him for an error. Nava then doubled in Ortiz, making it 9-3. Bogaerts hit his sixth homer in the eighth. NOTES: Boston RHP Clay Buchholzs rehab outing at Triple-A Pawtucket was postponed by rain. Buchholz, on the 15-day DL with a hyperextended right knee, was scheduled to pitch five innings. ... The Indians recalled LHP Crockett from Columbus and optioned LHP Nick Hagadone to that Triple-A team. ... Cleveland 3B Lonnie Chisenhalls hitting streak ended at nine games. ... Boston has won its last seven home games. ... In Saturdays third game of the four-game series, T.J. House (0-1) pitches for Cleveland against Jake Peavy (1-4). ' ' '

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