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  • There are 16 seconds in bonuses available: two intermediate sprints offering 3-second bonuses and a 10-second bonus to the stage winner.

    Mark Renshaw sprints to win and into lead at Tour of Qatar

  • Toronto point guard Jose Calderon, who came in 40-for-40 on free throws, didn't go to the line until 2: 40 remained in the second quarter, after the Lakers got a technical foul for a defensive 3-second violation.

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  • It started with a free throw after the Raptors were whistled for a defensive 3-second violation.

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  • ` ` You will not see, with the game on the line, a 3-second call in the last 10 seconds.

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  • On Orlando's next possession, Magic center Dwight Howard was called for a 3-second violation by referee Jack Nies, giving the ball back to Cleveland.

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  • Dalembert couldn't believe he was whistled for a 3-second violation as he lay on the court holding his ankle Friday.

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  • Orlando didn't have a field goal in an 11-minute, 3-second stretch spanning the third and fourth quarters, during which their 72-68 lead became a 87-75 deficit.

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  • Anthony made the free throw, which was followed 10 seconds later by a defensive 3-second call against the Spurs and another successful foul shot by Anthony.

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  • Harrington hit a 3-pointer, Robinson added a free throw for a 3-second violation and Harrington added two more from the line during an 8-2 run that gave the Knicks the lead.

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  • The Wizards were called for three defensive 3-second technicals.

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