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Auburn Hills, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - Toronto used a strong third quarter to overcome a slow start and beat Detroit, 110-100, Friday. Jonas Valanciunas led the Raptors with 17 points to go along with seven rebounds in their fifth straight win. Kyle Lowry and Lou Williams each netted 15 points, and James Johnson added 12 points and eight rebounds off the bench for Toronto, which did not lead at all in the first half. In their third straight loss, the Pistons were led by Brandon Jennings 22 points and eight assists. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope chipped in 18 points on 4-of-6 shooting from 3-point range. Terrence Ross jumper to open the second half gave the Raptors their first lead of the game. Ross hit a floater a minute later and Amir Johnsons layup wrapped up a 12-0 Toronto run that started in the first half. A 6-0 Raptors burst later in the third gave them their first double digit lead of the game with 5 1/2 minutes to play in the quarter. That lead would remain in double digits for nearly the rest of the game. Valanciunas scored 11 of his 17 in the period to stake the visitors to a 81-70 lead through three. The Raptors extended their lead to as much as 22 on a Williams triple at the 6:28 mark, but the Pistons attempted to make the game interesting. With 3 1/2 minutes remaining, Detroit started a 12-1 run to cut its deficit to single digits. Caldwell-Pope and Jonas Jerebko each hit 3-pointers, and Jennings capped the run with four free throws. Another Caldwell-Pope 3 made it an eight-point game with 22 seconds left, but Williams hit a pair of free throws the next possession to seal it. Using seven blocks, three from Andre Drummond, the Pistons used defense to control the game early and lead 31-26 after one. The Pistons led by as many as 11 in the second period when Greg Monroes layup extended their advantage to 41-30, but the Raptors would score the last six points of the half to tie the game at 52-52. 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The Boston Celtics hadnt played since the All-Star break. So the Suns 100-94 victory over Boston Wednesday night was an uphill affair, with Phoenix relying on balance rather than its trademark high energy.Louisville, KY (SportsNetwork.com) - As the regular season comes to a close, the Kentucky Wildcats will battle it out with the 24th-ranked Louisville Cardinals Saturday in an instate rivalry game at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. Nothing would put a stamp on coach Mark Stoops second season in Lexington quite like defeating No. 24 Louisville in the regular-season finale to become bowl eligible. Kentucky has lost five straight games though, including a 50-16 crushing at the hands of Tennessee two weeks ago. The teams bye week hopefully helped it prepare for the Cardinals. Louisville is already headed back to a bowl game, sitting on an 8-3 record. The team has won two in a row, and took down Notre Dame last weekend, 31-28. The team is ending its season with two consecutive non-conference events. The two in-state rivals have met 26 times on the football field in their storied histories, and Kentucky holds a very slim 14-12 all-time lead. The Wildcats even own a 6-4 advantage in Louisville. The Wildcats began the season with an impressive 5-1 record, but have since fallen five straight times to drop below .500. The team is still averaging 28.2 ppg largely thanks to quarterback Patrick Towles, who has thrown for 2,542 yards and 14 touchdowns in 11 starts. Towles averages 231.1 passing ypg for the Wildcats, who gain just shy of 390 offensive ypg as a unit. Although Kentucky does average 153.4 rushing ypg, the team doesnt have a real threat to break out on the ground. Stanley Williams leads the team averaging 40.2 ypg, and has gained the most yards on the ground (362) than any other UK rusher. Towles leads the team with six rushing scores on the year, adding a team-high 132 totes. Through the air, the team has had ups and downs. Ryan Timmons leads the Wildcats this season with 45 catches for 536 yards, and averages 48.7 receiving ypg. Javess Blue, on the other hand, owns team highs in receiving yards per game (51.6) and touchdown grabs (five). Defensively, the Wildcats have seen better days, especially when it pertains to their last five outings. Kentucky is surrendering 30.1 ppg to opponents, who are also gaining an average of 401 offensive ypg through 11 contests. In just the last two weeks alone, the Wildcats have given up a combined 113 points to Georgia and Tennessee, and have only held an opponent to fewer than 41 points once in the teams last five losses. Only two SEC teams have scored fewer than 36 points against Kentucky. Justin Forrest has been a strong leader for the defense, registering a team- best 102 tackles on the season with eight tackles for loss, two interceptions and two quarterback hurries. 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Hes replaced Will Gardner, who is out for the season with a knee injury. On the ground, the Cardinals are getting the most out of redshirt sophomore Brandon Radcliff, who has 581 yards and nine touchdowns. He and Michael Dyer each average over 50 ypg on the ground, while Bonnafon can contribute to the ground game with his legs as well. Bonnafon has the luxury of throwing to one of the nations premier wideouts in DeVante Parker. The extremely talented Cardinal missed the first half of the season with a foot injury but has made up for lost time, with 29 receptions for 555 yards (19.1 ypc) with two TDs. Defensively the Cardinals have been stellar in 11 contests, allowing just 18.7 ppg and only 290.2 offensive ypg to opponents. They are especially good against the run, limiting teams to 88.5 rushing ypg having given up just seven ground scores all season long. With seven scores on the ground and 13 through the air, Louisville has only allowed 20 offensive touchdowns this season. Safety James Sample leads the Cardinals this season with 69 tackles, adding in three interceptions and five pass breakups to his resume. Linebacker Keith Kelsey is right behind Samples tackle total, registering 68 stops with six tackles for loss and five sacks on the year. But Gerod Holliman is definitely the teams defensive MVP, having racked up 13 interceptions and 32 tackles this season. (The seniors) have done an unbelievable job for the program, it is amazing how many wins they have had, the big bowl games that they went to, Petrino said. I have been so impressed with them when we first came in, and you are thinking that these are going to be some guys that will be reluctant or resistant and they were great. 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