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Memphis, TN (SportsNetwork. Nike Blazer Basse Uomo .com) - The Memphis Grizzlies are fully recovered from a stomach virus that plagued nearly half the team earlier in the week. Too bad for the Los Angeles Clippers. Marc Gasol had 30 points and 12 rebounds and the Grizzlies dominated the paint en route to a 107-91 victory over the Clippers for their 22nd straight home win. Los Angeles had been shooting 65 percent inside of five feet coming in -- among the top five in the NBA -- and outscored Miami and Orlando a combined 82-58 in the lane during the first two games of its road trip. It was a different story on Wednesday, as the Grizzlies held a commanding 52-32 advantage in the paint. Zach Randolph tallied 10 points and eight rebounds, while Courtney Lee netted 13 points for Memphis, which has won six of its last seven games. Just a good solid win, Memphis coach Dave Joerger said. It was very physical and I thought we kept our composure. Chris Paul posted 22 points, five rebounds, five assists and four steals for the Clippers, who had won three of their last four games heading in. The Grizzlies seem to have that edge, Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. Paul netted the final four points during a 6-0 flurry that pulled the Clippers within 78-70 late in the third quarter, but Memphis responded with an elongated 25-8 run that bled into the fourth to put the game away. The Grizzlies concluded the third by scoring 10 of the last 12 points. Beno Udrih and Lee knocked down 3-pointers after the Clips cut the gap to eight and Quincy Pondexters driving floater in the paint with 1.5 seconds remaining in the period staked Memphis to an 88-72 cushion heading into the final frame. Udrih had nine points during the surge, which was capped by consecutive triples from Lee and Jon Leuer for a healthy 103-78 cushion with 8:17 remaining. Memphis cruised to the easy win the rest of the way. The Grizzlies led 26-21 following a quarter of play and a 16-5 second-quarter swing helped them jump out to a 49-32 spread before they took a 53-40 advantage into the break. Game Notes Memphis shot 49.4 percent (42-of-85) from the field and held LA to 41.6 percent (32-of-77) from the floor ... Udrih and Pondexter finished with 11 points apiece, while Tony Allen finished with 12 for Memphis. Nike Blazer Zebra Print . They found it on Tuesday night, with pinch hitter Brian Bogusevic hitting his first career grand slam in the ninth inning to propel them to 6-5 win over the Chicago Cubs to break a seven game losing skid. Nike Blazer Donna . The Rangers made the move before Sundays game at Minnesota. Catcher Taylor Teagarden was recalled from triple-A Round Rock to take Napolis place, and he was to join the team in time to play against the Twins if needed. http://www.nikeblazerdonna.it/nike-blazer-uomo/nike-blazer-lunar.html . Gomez played his best game of the season by far and set himself up for a few quality scoring chances in the Canadiens 4-0 win over the Rangers. While he didnt find the back of the net thanks to some solid saves by Martin Biron, he did set up Brian Gionta twice, and now has three assists in the last three games. GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Green Bay Packers record remains perfect. The fact that their play has been far from flawless remains a constant source of motivation for Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers threw three touchdowns, including a career-long 93-yarder to Jordy Nelson, and the Packers rolled to a 24-3 victory over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday. With Sundays loss by NFC North rival Detroit, the Packers (6-0) are the last unbeaten team left in the NFL this season. But Green Bays offence hit a lull and didnt score in the second half. "Its a feeling of minor disappointment, I think, in that locker room," Rodgers said. "We just, in the second half, offensively just struggled. The second quarter was great, we put up a lot of points. I think its encouraging at the same time. Its tough to win in this league, were 6-0, and have a lot of room for improvement." Rodgers threw for 310 yards, delivering touchdowns to Nelson, James Jones and Donald Driver. Sam Bradford was 28-of-44 for 321 yards with an interception for the Rams (0-5), who were coming off their bye week. "We do not accept losing and our actions will reflect that," Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said. "It is about winning football games, not moral victories." Bradfords ankle was sore after the game, but the Rams didnt seem overly concerned about the injury. Rams running back Steven Jackson had 18 carries for 96 yards. "For whatever reason, we get into the red zone, we keep shooting ourselves in the foot," Jackson said. Packers coach Mike McCarthy had a mixed reaction to the victory. He bristled at questions about the offence being shut out in the second half, saying, "the last time I checked, when you win by three touchdowns, thats a pretty significant win." But McCarthy also said the team isnt anywhere near where it wants to be. "You have to be running on all cylinders, and were not there yet," McCarthy said. "So fortunately, were 6-0. Well continue to work to get there." The Packers were wearing blue-and-gold uniforms designed to replicate a 1929 design, but Rodgers ability to scramble out of trouble and make big plays was anything but a throwback to the days of leather helmets. Rodgers did offer a wholehearted endorsement of the third uniform earlier in the week, saying the pants were among the most comfortable football pants hed ever worn. As Rodgers kept rolling, the Packers continued to brush off a fresh batch of injuries. Green Bay got right tackle Bryan Bulaga back from a knee injury after the 2010 first-round pick missed the previous two games. But the Packers will have to live without veteran left tackle Chad Clifton indefinitely after he injured his hamsstring in last Sundays victory at Atlanta. Nike Blazer Scontate. Second-year player Marshall Newhouse took over for Clifton, but the Rams couldnt get much pressure on Rodgers -- and when they did, he simply spun away. The Packers also were banged up at safety. Already missing Pro Bowl safety Nick Collins -- out for the season after sustaining a neck injury in Week 2 -- fellow safety Morgan Burnett had to play Sundays game with a huge club on his broken right hand. Green Bays secondary took another blow in the third quarter when cornerback Sam Shields sustained a head injury after he picked off a Bradford pass in the end zone and was hit hard. McCarthy said Shields was still being evaluated after the game. Trailing 3-0 and facing a fourth-and-three play near the end of the first quarter, the Rams went for it and Bradford threw incomplete. The Packers got the ball back and gambled on fourth down as well, going for it on fourth-and-one at the 50. James Starks burst through the line for a 15-yard gain. Rodgers showed his mastery of play action on the next play, faking a handoff to Starks on the right side, rolling to his left and delivering a perfect pass to Jones in the end zone for a 35-yard touchdown and 10-0 lead. After a Rams punt pinned the Packers at their own seven, Rodgers got the best of former teammate Al Harris on his big play to Nelson. Rodgers got the veteran cornerback to bite on a fake and then threw a rainbow to the wide-open Nelson for an easy score and a 17-0 lead. Harris was impressed by his former team, calling them the best in the league. "Personally, I think they are," Harris said. "We would have loved to beat them, but they played well." Rodgers put together another drive toward the end of the second quarter, capitalizing on the threat of his running ability to finish it off. On second-and-goal at the seven, Rodgers appeared to make a run for the end zone -- then pulled up and flipped the ball to Driver for a touchdown with 1:51 left before halftime. After a 36-yard field goal by Josh Brown, Green Bay led 24-3 at the half. "They drove the ball on us a little bit," Charles Woodson said. "But you keep a team out of the end zone, youve done a great job." Notes: Wide receiver Mike Sims-Walker and linebacker Ben Leber were inactive for St. Louis. Neither player was listed on the teams injury report this week. "We werent trying to send any messages," Spagnuolo said. "We just put out the guys out there that we thought would help us win the game." ... Rodgers threw his third interception of the season, a tipped ball in the fourth quarter. ... It was the Packers last home game for nearly a month. cheap jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '

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