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UNDATED (AP) — Louisville is the lone No. 1 seed remaining in the NCAA men's basketball tournament after Kansas fell to Michigan 87-85 in overtime. Trey Burke scored all 23 of his points after halftime, including the tying three-pointer in the final seconds of regulation and another trey to begin the scoring in overtime. Russ Smith matched his career high with 31 points as the Cardinals held off Oregon 77-69.

UNDATED (AP) — Duke and Florida also advanced to the NCAA regional finals. Seth Curry hit six three-pointres and finished with 29 points as the Blue Devils beat Michigan State 71-61. The Gators trailed 17-6 before knocking off No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast 62-50.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — LeBron James had 36 points and Dwyane Wade added 17 as the Miami Heat downed the Hornets 108-89 in New Orleans to wrap up the No. 1 seed in the NBA's Eastern Conference playoffs. James hit six consecutive three-pointers during a six-minute span of the first half to help the Heat bounce back from Wednesday's loss that ended their 27-game winning streak.

UNDATED (AP) — San Antonio's lead in the NBA's Western Conference is 2 1/2 games over Oklahoma City following the Spurs' 104-102 win over the Los Angeles Clippers and the Thunder's 101-93 loss at Minnesota. Tim Duncan scored a season-high 34 points for the Spurs, including the game-winning three-point play with 2.2 seconds left. Nikola Pekovic had 22 points and 15 rebounds for the Timberwolves, while Ricky Rubio added 17 points and seven assists.

CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago's lead in the NHL's Western Conference is down to three points over Anaheim after the Ducks beat the Blackhawks 2-1. Sheldon Souray (SOO'-ray) snapped a 1-1 tie with 2:08 remaining after his minor penalty set up Patrick Kane's game-tying goal early in the third period. Corey Perry also scored, Jonas hiller stopped 25 shots and Francois Beauchemin (BOH'-sheh-mihn) had two assists for the Ducks.





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