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May 13, 1982 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 13, 1982-Page 15

Sixers
defeat
Celtics
121-113
BOSTON (AP)- Andrew Toney
scored 30 points and Caldwell Jones
scored 10 of his season-high 22 in the
fourth quarter as the Philadelphia 76ers
evened their National Basketball
Association playoff series at one game
apiece with a 121-113 victory over the
Boston Celtics last night.
The triumph was an incredible tur-
naround for the 76ers, who lost Game 1
Sunday by 40 points, 121-81.
THE THIRD game of the best-of-
seven Eastern Cnference final series
will be Saturday afternoon in
Philadelphia.
Jones, ordinarily a defense-minded
center, scored most of his fourth-quar-
ter points on outside jumpers as he
moved outside to avoid the intimidating
presence of Boston center Robert
Parish.The 7-foot Parish was scoreless
in the first half as he played only 12
minutes because of foul trouble but he
scored 19 in the second half.
The game was tied 20 times and there
were 24 lead changes, including 15 lead
changes and 11 ties in the third period
when the teams were like a pair of
weary fighters exchanging blows
without being able to deliver a knockout
punch.
NEITHER TEAM led by more than
two points from the 11:18 mark of the
third quarter until the 76ers scored six
consecutive points for a 105-100 lead
with 5:49left.
Jones then scored eight straight
Philadelphia points in the next three
minutes to counter four points apiece
by Parish and Nate Archibald, who led
the Celtics with 24 points.
Then Toney hit three straight baskets
for the 76ers for an insurmountable 119-
111 margin with 22 seconds remaining.
Texas tops
baseball poll
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - The Univer-
sity of Texas has replaced Arizona
State University as the nation's top-
ranked college baseball team, accor-
ding to the latest bi-weekly poll
released Wednesday by Collegiate
Baseball.
The Texas Longhorns, 46-6 as of Mon-
day, nipped Arizona State, 51-12, for the
No. 1 spot after the Sun Devils lost two
of three games at Wichita State last
5 weekend.
THE SUN DEVILS are ranked
second - the first time this season that
they have not held down the top ranking
among the National Collegiate Athletic
Association Division I schools rated by
the Tucson publication.
California State-Fullerton, 44-17 after
winning 21 of its last 22 games, is No. 3
with Wichita State, 62-11, holding down
the fourth spot. Fresno State, 40-11, is
ranked fifth.
Rounding out the top 10 are sixth-
ranked Oklahoma State, 48-14; followed
by Nebraska, 42 -11 'Haaii; 5113-1
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