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NEW YORK -- The NBA has denied the Toronto Raptors protest of their 102-99 loss to the Sacramento Kings on Nov. 20.The league announced the decision Friday.Toronto argued that the game officials incorrectly called for an instant replay review of whether the Raptors Terrence Ross released a 3-point shot prior to the expiration of actual time remaining.The Replay Center official reviewed video of the play using a digital timer and determined the actual time remaining in the game expired before Ross released his shot, and the shot therefore did not count.The league found that calling for an instant replay review in this case was consistent with the playing rules because the game officials determined that there was a clock malfunction. Air Force 1 Low Homme Pas Cher . They reached the 100-point plateau for the fourth time in five games, bested the visiting Trail Blazers by 34 in the paint and scored 19 of the final 25 points in regulation. Nike Air Force 1 07 Homme Pas Cher . 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WASHINGTON -- In spite of their miserable slump, the San Francisco Giants remain in first place in the NL West.For now, anyway.The Giants mustered only four hits and received another lackluster pitching performance from Jeff Samardzija in a 5-1 loss to the Washington Nationals on Friday night.San Francisco is 5-14 since the All-Star break, and theres plenty of blame to pass around. The offense has been limited to two runs or fewer nine times, and the pitchers have yielded 32 home runs in those 19 games.In this one, it was a little bit of both. Gio Gonzalez (7-9) limited the Giants to a pair of hits over seven innings, and Samardzija yielded five runs in his seven innings of work.They got some good at-bats out there and definitely put the ball in play, Samardzija said.Two of the balls were knocked completely out of play: a fifth-inning homer by Trea Turner and Wilson Ramos career-high 17th in the sixth.By then, the game was all but decided. The Nationals scored two runs in the first, and Gonzalez made the advantage stand up against the tepid San Francisco offense.Theyre going to come out of it, manager Bruce Bochy said. It better be sooner rather than later. We better get some good swings.Coming off a tough 3-1 loss in San Francisco on Sunday, Gonzalez struck out seven, walked one and had five three-up, three-down innings.In a rotation that features Stephen Strasburg, Max Scherzer and 11-game winner Tanner Roark, Gonzalez knows hes got to be good to compete.Im just trying to keep up with the rest of the guys, Gonzalez said.On this night, the left-hander was as effective as any of them. The only hits he allowed were a solo homer by Angel Pagan in the fourth and a single by Denard Span in the sixth.He had good command, had his changeup working, an occasional breaking ball and he threw his fastball in and out, manager Dusty Baker said.Sammy Solis gave up two hits in the eighth and Mark Melanconn got three straight outs to complete the four-hitter.ddddddddddddIt was the fourth straight win for the Nationals, who came in with a seven-game lead over Miami in the NL East.Daniel Murphy picked up his 81st RBI with a first-inning single, and Ramos followed with a sacrifice fly.Washington made it 3-0 in the third when Turner doubled and scored on a fly ball by Bryce Harper.Pagan got the Giants first hit with one out in the fourth, a drive into the left-field seats.SHORT HOPSGiants: Span has eight hits in his last 15 at-bats. ... San Francisco hasnt won two straight roads game since June 30 and July 1. ... Samardzija is 0-3 with a 6.85 ERA in his last four starts.Nationals: Jayson Werth has reached in 36 straight games. ... Murphy has a hit in 17 of his last 19 games, batting .422 with 22 RBI.TRAINERS ROOMGiants: RHP Cory Gearrin (right shoulder strain) was scheduled to make his third rehab appearance with Triple-A Sacramento on Friday night. ... LHP Josh Osich (left forearm strain) threw in the bullpen Friday and could start his rehab assignment Monday.Nationals: INF Ryan Zimmerman missed a fourth straight game after being hit in the left wrist with a pitch Sunday in San Francisco. We hope hes better in a day or two, Baker said, adding that the team has not discussed putting Zimmerman on the DL. ... The Nationals are perplexed about RHP Joe Ross, whos been out for a month with shoulder inflammation and is still experiencing soreness. Were trying to figure out what to do, Baker said.UP NEXTGiants: Matt Cain (3-6, 5.53) starts Saturday in the second game of the series. In his last outing, he pitched five hitless innings against the Nationals in San Francisco.Nationals: Strasburg (15-1, 2.63) has allowed one run and six hits over 13 innings in his last two starts. ' ' '


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