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Sports Report: Hawk's Winning Record Stopped Short



In the NBA, Brooklyn topped the Clippers 102-100, Charlotte beat Washington 92-88, Cleveland defeated Philadelphia 97-84, Milwaukee won against Toronto 82-75, New Orleans bested Atlanta 115-100, Oklahoma City beat Orlando 104-97, Dallas trumped Minnesota 100-94, and it was Memphis over Phoenix 102-101.


Over on the ice, the Rangers doubled up Florida 6-3, Calgary beat Winnipeg 5-2, and it was Edmonton over San Jose in a shootout 5-4.


The New England Patriots are back home following their 28-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Super Bowl Sunday. The Patriots returned to a region dealing with another major snowstorm. Boston had planned a parade through downtown today, but Mayor Marty Walsh says the celebration now will be held tomorrow due to the weather.

A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press on condition of anonymity that New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman passed a concussion test after a big hit in the Super Bowl appeared to leave him groggy. Edelman stayed in the game and caught the game-winning touchdown a few minutes later.


UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma can record his 900th career win tonight when his second-ranked Huskies host Cincinnati. The victory would tie him with former Texas Coach Jody Conradt for fifth place on the all-time list, 198 wins behind former Tennessee coach Pat Summitt.

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