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  • KANSAS CITY, Kan. Baltimore Ravens Jerseys . -- Matt Kenseth is proving to be unbeatable at Kansas Speedway. The winner of the last two Sprint Cup races at the track, Kenseth got into his Nationwide car and drove it to victory Saturday, taking advantage of a controversial late-race wreck that involved Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch to conserve enough fuel for the end. "We had a lot of speed right off the truck. It felt really good," Kenseth said. "I thought it was the best car we had all year at an open track." Kenseth crossed the finish line well ahead of Paul Menard, who got around Regan Smith on the final lap to take second. Busch finished fourth and Justin Allgaier was fifth. The outcome was almost an afterthought, though, to the renewal of a long-standing feud between Keselowski and Busch that has threatened to spill over into Sundays Sprint Cup race. Their teams locked in a battle for the owners championship, the two were side-by-side in the closing laps when Busch got into Keselowskis left rear. That sent the No. 22 car backing into the outside wall and knocking Keselowski out of the race. Keselowski angrily jumped out of his car and, rather than hop into the ambulance, jogged over the grass toward pit road. He gestured wildly at Buschs crew before finally running to the infield care centre -- a long jog that did little to quell his temper. "I got wrecked by a dirty driver. Theres no other way of putting it," Keselowski said. "Ive raced him really cool over the last year to be respectful to him and trying to repair our relationship. Ive watched him wreck my truck and cost me from winning races. He put me in the fence in Chicago in the truck race. Nationwide races, hes been pulling this crap. "Its not going to last," Keselowski said, "I can tell you that." Busch said that he wasnt trying to wreck Keselowski, and that he simply got tight coming out of the final corner. That forced the front of his car to drift toward the wall. "It was hard racing. There were a lot of moments where I may be felt a little crowded," Busch said. "The contact that ultimately ended it, I just got real tight." The wreck tightened up the ownership race. Keselowskis Penske Racing team, which carried a 28-point lead over Buschs No. 54 car for Joe Gibbs Racing into the weekend, now leads by just five points heading to next weekends race at Charlotte. The incident could also throw some drama into the Chase. Busch is third in the standings and just 12 points back of Kenseth, while Keselowski -- the defending series champion -- failed to qualify for NASCARs version of the playoffs. "He has a lot more to lose than I do," said Keselowski, apparently indicating that he would retaliate on Sunday. "I guess thats the good thing about not being in the Chase." Busch said he would be prepared if Keselowski comes after him. "If he wants to take it to the other side of the garage area, whatever," Busch said, "but I have more class than that." Austin Dillon finished sixth to take over the points lead from Sam Hornish Jr. with four races left in the season. Dillon had trouble all afternoon with a blistering left front tire, but that was nothing compared to the mess that Hornish got himself in. He was among several drivers who slapped into the outside wall, sustaining heavy damage to the right side of his car. Hornish lost a handful of places in the pits late in the race. Dillon now has an eight-point lead over Hornish in the standings. "We didnt want to race like that. We had a car we thought we could run up front with," he said. "But a sixth-place finish is great for us. Were the point leader. Thats awesome." Parker Kligerman, Brad Sweet, Trevor Bayne and Elliott Sadler rounded out the top 10 in a race that was filled with cautions. There were 11 in all totalling 50 laps. All the yellow flags left teams to choose among several pit strategies when Keselowskis wreck brought out the final one. Smith elected to take four tires, most of the rest took two, but Kenseth had already put on his final set of tires and remained on the track. It turned out that he had enough tread -- and enough fuel -- to hold on for the win. "Its hard to get away from anybody," Kenseth said. "I knew it was important to get going, Regan gave me a little push there, I had just enough speed to get around them, and then I could use the whole track from there." Willie Snead IV Jersey .Currently no, Tatjana Haenni, FIFAs deputy director of the competitions division and head of womens competitions, said Tuesday in an interview from Ottawa. John Brown Jersey .Lets go back to the Avs, who have become one of the funnest teams to watch in this years playoffs.Dallas, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Dirk Nowitzki scored 23 points and Monta Ellis contributed a double-double as the Dallas Mavericks dismantled the Los Angeles Lakers, 140-106, on Friday. Ellis netted 20 points on an efficient 7-of-10 shooting to go along with a season-high 10 assists and help the Mavs score more than 100 points for the sixth straight game. Our goal is to play consistent every night, not only at home, but also on the road, Ellis said. Dallas, the NBAs top-scoring team, went up against the worst defense in the league and it showed, as the Mavs put up their highest point total of the season on 51-of-82 (62.2 percent) shooting -- including a blistering 18-of-35 (51.4 percent) clip from beyond the arc. Chandler Parsons deposited 21 points and J.J. Barea added 16 points off the bench for the Mavs, who have won six straight overall and four straight over LA. The Lakers shot a decent 44-for-85 (51.8 percent) from the floor, but they were no match, with Jeremy Lins 18 points leading the way. Kobe Bryant dropped in 17 points on 6-of-22 shooting as Los Angeles had its two-game winning streak snapped. Tonight is a setback, but sometimes you take a couple of steps forward before taking a step back, said Bryant. Jaleel Scott Ravens Jersey. Sometimes you take a step back before you can take a couple of steps forward. Tonight was a step back. Dallas entered the locker room at half with a nine-point lead, then it opened things up in the third quarter to turn the game into a rout. Ellis scored 12 points -- including three 3-pointers -- during a 14-2 run midway through the quarter that helped the Mavs extend their lead to 90-71. Although Los Angeles made 50 percent of its shots in the period, it allowed Dallas to shoot 14-of-18 from the floor and 6-of-10 from beyond the arc, trailing 110-83 entering the fourth. The Mavs lead swelled to as many as 38 in the fourth. Earlier, Dallas led by two with just over a minute to go in the first when Jae Crowder hit a 3 that started an 11-2 quarter-ending run for a 38-27 lead. The Lakers managed to trim the deficit to 68-59 at the half. Game Notes Dallas scored 20 points off 10 turnovers and had a 54-38 advantage in the paint ... The Mavs had a season-high 33 assists as a team ... Al-Farouq Aminu and Brandan Wright scored 13 and 12 points, respectively, off the bench for Dallas ... 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