Wednesday Sports Wrap/Scores

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UNDATED (AP) — The Grizzlies have sent swingman Rudy Gay and backup center Hamed Haddadi to the Raptors for point guard Jose Calderon and forward Ed Davis. Calderon was then shipped to the Pistons for Austin Daye and Tayshaun Prince. Gay is averaging 17.2 points and 5.9 rebounds this season and is due $37 million for the next two seasons.

SCOTTSDALE, Az. (AP) — Professional golfer Vijay Singh says a Sports Illustrated report about his purchase of deer-antler spray is correct but says he had no idea it contained a substance banned by the PGA Tour’s Anti-Doping Policy. The same article says Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis asked the same company for help while recovering from a torn triceps. The Ravens linebacker says that isn’t true.

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — An NHL official tells The Associated Press that prospective owner Greg Jamison is unlikely to complete a deal to buy the team from the league before a lease agreement with the City of Glendale expires on Thursday. The official says that, barring a last-minute change, the former CEO of the San Jose Sharks won’t have the money or investors in place to meet the deadline. Last year, Jamison and Glendale officials reached a 20-year, $324 million lease deal that was reworked in November.

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Angels and reliever Kevin Jepsen have agreed to a one-year contract worth $1,181,250, avoiding arbitration. The hard-throwing right-hander returned to an important role in the Halo’s bullpen last year after missing much of the 2011 season with a knee injury. He went 3-2 with a 3.02 ERA.

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Jerry Sandusky isn’t getting the new trial he asked for. He’d argued that his lawyers weren’t given enough time to prepare for the proceeding that ended with a 45-count guilty verdict. Judge John Cleland issued a 27-page order saying Sandusky’s lawyers conceded that their post-trial review turned up no material that would have changed their trial strategy.

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Indiana 98 Detroit 79
Philadelphia 92 Washington 84
New York 113 Orlando 97
Boston 99 Sacramento 81
Atlanta 93 Toronto 92
Chicago 104 Milwaukee 88
L-A Clippers 96 Minnesota 90
Miami 105 Brooklyn 85
San Antonio 102 Charlotte 78
Denver 118 Houston 110
Utah 104 New Orleans 99
Phoenix 92 L-A Lakers 86

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Ottawa 5 Montreal 1
Minnesota 3 Chicago 2 (SO Minnesota 2-1)
Edmonton 2 Phoenix 1 (OT)
Vancouver 3 Colorado 0

TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL
( 1) Michigan 68 Northwestern 46
( 3) Indiana 97 Purdue 60
( 4) Florida 75 South Carolina 36
( 5) Duke 75 Wake Forest 70
Stanford 76 (10) Oregon 52
(14) Miami 73 Virginia Tech 64
LSU 73 (17) Missouri 70
(18) Kansas St. 83 Texas 57
(20) New Mexico 63 Wyoming 59
(21) Creighton 91 Missouri St. 77
(24) Cincinnati 62 Rutgers 54