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Knicks dump Celts
UNDATED (AP) -- It's now a five-game winning streak for the New York Knicks and a five-game losing skid for the Boston Celtics.
J.R. Smith poured in 32 points and Carmelo Anthony added 29 as the Knicks hammered the Celtics 100-85 in Boston. The game was tied at 35 until the Knicks scored 14 straight points to take control.
The Celtics committed 20 turnovers compared to eight for the Knicks.
New York moved into second place in the NBA's Eastern Conference by percentage points over Indiana while stretching its lead in the Atlantic Division to 2 1/2 games over Brooklyn.
Also in the NBA, Minnesota ripped Detroit 105-82 behind 18 points and 11 rebounds from Nikola Pekovic. J.J. Barea matched a season high with 21 points off the bench for the Timberwolves.
Penguins continue streak
UNDATED (AP) -- The NHL's conference leaders were able to pad their leads with shutout victories Tuesday night.
Sidney Crosby scored the lone goal and the Pittsburgh Penguins picked up their 13th consecutive victory by downing the Canadiens 1-0. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped all 25 shots he faced but did not play in the third period following a collision in front of the Penguins' net. Tomas Vokoun (voh-KOON') made 12 stops to preserve the fourth combined shutout in team history.
Pittsburgh now leads the Eastern Conference by seven points over the Canadiens and Boston.
Chicago tops the West by five points over Anaheim after the Blackhawks ended a two-game skid.
Ray Emery claimed his first shutout in more than three years by stopping 16 shots in the Hawks' 2-0 triumph over Calgary. Defensemen Nick Leddy and Brent Seabrook providing the scoring as Chicago dealt the Flames their 10th straight road loss.
Elsewhere on ice, Sergei Bobrovsky and Cory Schneider each earned shutouts before Maxim Lapierre (lah-pee-EHR') scored the lone shootout goal to give Vancouver a 1-0 victory over Columbus. Bobrovsky allowed the Blue Jackets to earn a point after they were outshot 34-17 through regulation and overtime.
Evander Kane's one goal and three assists led Winnipeg's offense in a 4-1 triumph at Carolina. The Jets lead the Southeast Division by six points over the Hurricanes, who are 0-5-1 in their last six games.
Joffrey Lupul scored a pair of go-ahead goals early in the third period before Toronto held off Florida 3-2. Lupul has six goals in four games since returning from a broken forearm.
Rick Nash scored twice and set up Derek Stepan's (STEP'-ahnz) eventual game-winner as the New York Rangers beat Philadelphia 5-2. Stepan had a goal and three assists for the Blueshirts, who are two points ahead of the New York Islanders in the battle for the final Eastern Conference playoff berth.
The Islanders blew a 2-0 lead in the second period before John Tavares scored the tiebreaking goal with 5:18 left to give the Isles a 3-2 win at Washington. The Islanders are 9-4-1 on the road but just 6-11-2 at Nassau Coliseum.
Steven Stamkos and Martin St. Louis each had a goal and an assist in Tampa Bay's 2-1 verdict over Buffalo. Stamkos has a league-high 23 goals for the Lightning, who allowed just 14 shots on net.
Nikolai Khabibulin (hah-bee-BOO'-lihn) made 21 of his 43 saves in the second period as Edmonton blanked the Blues 3-0 in St. Louis. The Oilers' line of Jordan Eberle, Taylor Hall and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins combined for all three goals and eight points.
LSU upsets third-seeded Penn State in lady's NCAA tournament
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -- Adrienne Webb scored a career-high 29 points, including two crucial free throws with 22 seconds left, and LSU upset third-seeded Penn State 71-66 in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Tuesday night.
Bianca Lutley overcame foul trouble and scored 18 points, including a tough floater in traffic in the final minute to give LSU the lead and added another key free throw to make it a four-point game with 8.3 seconds to go.
Webb was 10 of 16 in what would have been her last game had No. 6 seed LSU (22-11) lost. Instead, she carried LSU to a Spokane Regional semifinal against California on a night when the Lady Tigers had only seven available players.
In Tuesday's other games:
OKLAHOMA CITY REGIONAL
BAYLOR 85, FLORIDA STATE 47
WACO, Texas (AP) -- Brittney Griner provided a most appropriate goodbye in her final home game for Baylor: a trio of dunks and another double-double.
Griner had 33 points and a career-high 22 rebounds to go with her three highlight dunks to lead the defending national champions to victory.