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With the score tied in the final minute, Westbrook missed a pull-up jumper, and Orlando rebounded and called timeout with 11 seconds remaining to set up Ibaka’s winner with 0.4 seconds left. Ibaka pump-faked Steven Adams, got him to bite, then drained the shot. “He had a special performance,” Magic coach Frank Vogel said. http://harperfostercode.denaliinstitute.org/2016/11/13/top-tips-for-2015-on-sensible-interview-systems/“A night I’m sure he’ll remember for the rest of his career.” Ibaka was cheered loudly during pregame introductions. He acknowledged the fans by twice raising both arms to the sky. “It shows that the people still love me, and I respect that and appreciate that a lot,” he said. Westbrook finished with 41 points, 16 assists and 12 rebounds for his third triple-double of the season and 40th of his career. The Thunder had won 20 straight when Westbrook tallied a triple-double. “We were playing too slow,” he said. “The faster we play, the harder it is to guard us, especially when we get the ball moving.” Elfrid Payton scored 23 points and Evan Fournier added 21 for the Magic, who snapped a three-game losing streak.
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Hirscher overcame an illness on the eve of the slalom opener on Sunday to lead teammate Michael Matt for an Austrian 1-2 finish. The five-time overall champion finished a huge 1.30 seconds ahead of Matt to clinch his 40th career win. It was the first Austrian 1-2 finish in a World Cup slalom since Hirscher beat Michael Matt’s older brother, Mario, at the same venue three years ago. Manfred Moelgg of Italy was 1.31 seconds back in third for his first podium finish in nearly three years, while Germany’s Felix Neureuther came another 0.10 further behind in fourth. “Physically it went very well. I have no pains. Yesterday it was really bad but this morning I knew it would work out,” said Hirscher, who suffered from an inflammation of the middle ear. He skipped Saturday’s training and decided only in the morning hours before the race to start. He headed back to his hotel for treatment immediately after completing his first run. Hirscher overtook Alexis Pinturault on top of the overall standings.
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