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02 Mar 2015 : HOUSTON - James Harden finished with 33 points, eight rebounds and five assists as the Houston Rockets edged the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-103 in overtime.
02 Mar 2015 : BOSTON - Sprinters Marvin Bracy and Tianna Bartoletta successfully defended their crowns by winning the 60 meter events on the final day of the USA Track and Field Indoor Championships.
02 Mar 2015 : DUBLIN - Ireland coach Joe Schmidt said any talk of a third ever Five/Six Nations Grand Slam for the Irish was premature as he envisages a tough battle ahead against Wales in Cardiff in a fortnight.
02 Mar 2015 : LONDON - Arsene Wenger praised Olivier Giroud's mental strength and insisted he was never tempted to rest the striker after his misfiring display against Monaco.
02 Mar 2015 : LIVERPOOL - Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes it is "frightening" to discover how much Philippe Coutinho is worth now after the Brazilian scored the winner in a potentially decisive 2-1 victory over Manchester City.
02 Mar 2015 : LONDON - Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said he felt "like a kid" after claiming the first trophy of his second Stamford Bridge tenure with a League Cup final victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
02 Mar 2015 : AUCKLAND - New Zealand coach Mike Hesson insisted Monday that the high-flying Black Caps will pay Afghanistan the utmost respect having tracked the Asian minnows' astonishing progress at close range.
02 Mar 2015 : SYDNEY - Prior to this World Cup, there were plenty of pundits forecasting the tournament would descend into an orgy of run-scoring, with bowlers reduced to cannon-fodder.
02 Mar 2015 : Ratchaburi defeated Chonburi 3-1 to move to second in the Thailand Premier League last night.
02 Mar 2015 : Veteran Thaworn Wiratchant fired a final round 69 to win the three-million-baht Singha E-san Open in Khon Kaen yesterday.
02 Mar 2015 : PATTAYA: South Korea's Amy Yang carded a three-under-par 69 in the final round to win the US$1.5 million Honda LPGA Thailand by two strokes yesterday.
02 Mar 2015 : BUENOS AIRES - Rafael Nadal beat Juan Monaco on Sunday to win the Argentina Open, claiming his first title since Roland Garros last year and nabbing a slice of tennis history as well.