Cavs set record...Wizards los, hold lead...Blackhawks close gap

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UNDATED (AP) — The Cleveland Cavaliers unloaded from three point range on the road against Atlanta and set an NBA record in the process. The Cavaliers drained 25 treys in 46 attempts to hold off the Hawks, 135-130. The Cavs' 3-point assault comes three months after the Houston Rockets hit 24 in a rout of New Orleans.

UNDATED (AP) — The Washington Wizards still lead the Southeast Division of the NBA by 2 ½ games over Atlanta despite losing to Toronto 114-106. DeMar DeRozan dropped in 32 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the raptors.

UNDATED (AP) — Tenth-ranked West Virginia has wrapped up the No. 2 seed for next week's Big 12 tournament. Daxter Miles Jr. tied a career high with 23 points and the Mountaineers finished 12-6 in the conference by beating No. 24 Iowa State, 87-76. The only other top-25 team in action on Friday was No. 21 Wichita State, and the Shockers cruised into the Missouri Valley tournament semifinals by ripping Bradley, 82-56.

UNDATED (AP) — The Chicago Blackhawks are within one point of the NHL's Western Conference lead following a late comeback in a win against the New York Islanders. Artemi Panarin (ahr-THE'-mee pah-NAH'-rihn) scored with 1:14 left in regulation before notching the deciding shootout goal to lift the Hawks past the Isles, 2-1. The Islanders are one point ahead of Toronto in the battle for the final Eastern Conference wild-card berth after the Maple Leafs were 5-2 losers at Anaheim, allowing the Ducks to pull into a second-place tie with Edmonton in the Pacific Division.

UNDATED (AP) — Red Sox Nation is breathing easier right now. The Red Sox say lefty David Price doesn't need surgery or an injection in his ailing pitching arm. Price felt discomfort in his left elbow and forearm on Wednesday, a day after a two-inning, 38-pitch simulated game. The Red Sox say Price saw a pair of renowned orthopedic doctors who determined he should receive rest and treatment for the next seven to 10 days before he's re-evaluated. Price went 17-9 with a 3.99 ERA in a major league-leading 35 starts for the Bosox last season, his first after signing a seven-year, $210 million contract.

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