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GUELPH, Ont. New York Jets Jerseys . -- Hamilton running back C.J. Gable came into Saturdays game with last weeks close loss in Vancouver fresh on his mind. For the 35-year-old rookie, the Tiger-Cats rematch against the B.C. Lions wasnt so much about revenge as it was a chance to make things right. Gable scored a 32-yard TD reception and had 108 yards receiving yards and 49 rushing yards as the Tiger-Cats defeated the Lions 37-29 in front of 13,101 at the University of Guelphs Alumni Stadium. "I felt real good," said Gable, who also had a fumble. "The line was blocking excellent today. The holes were there. The receivers were blocking perfect. Today it all worked." Hamilton improves to 5-5, while the Lions fall to 6-4. "I want to see what they say about us now," said Gable. Hamilton quarterback Henry Burris threw four touchdown passes and two interceptions as his team got off to a great start, pulling to a 34-8 lead. But the wheels began to fall off in the fourth quarter as Hamilton allowed a B.C. comeback that just fell short. "We cant have those lulls that we had," Burris said. "To have three turnovers like we had and give B.C. a chance to get back in the game, and leave our defence on the field, thats uncalled for from us. "They really didnt do anything different from what they did in the first half. Weve just got to be better in our execution part. Im a part of that. We did enough early on to get enough points ... but we cant have those lulls and put our defence in those situations." Burris completed 25 of 35 pass attempts for 375 yards to go with his four TDs and two picks. Greg Ellingson scored two touchdowns for the Ticats and had 111 passing yards while Andy Fantuz caught one TD and totalled 112 yards in the air. Shawn Gore, Nick Moore and Courtney Taylor scored for the Lions. Moore led all receivers with 159 yards. Hamilton kicker Luca Congi was good on all three field goal attempts, from 29 and two from 39 yards. His final 39-yarder with 4:03 left in the game quieted a late B.C. comeback. B.C. kicker Paul McCallum hit two of three attempts, making kicks from 10 and 18 yards and missing from 44. B.C. quarterback Travis Lulay completed 26 of 43 pass attempts for 334 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions, but his 21-point fourth quarter fell just short. The Lions were down 34-8 heading into the final quarter. "We have to find a way to be better in the first half," Lulay said. "We had a couple opportunities in the first half down tight. If we convert one or two of those and then if we dont give them a short field, coming right out at the third quarter ... its the first couple minutes of that third quarter that put us in a real tough situation." The Ticats were up 17-8 at halftime and widened their lead on the opening drive of the second half, driving the ball 69 yards downfield on four plays and finishing with a 32-yard catch-and-run by Gable. B.C. took possession and on its first play from scrimmage. Lulay hit Nick Moore for 20 yards, but Moore fumbled and Hamilton defensive back Courtney Stephen recovered the ball and returned it 31 yards to the B.C. 23-yard line. On the next play, Burris hit Ellingson for the TD and a 31-8 lead less than four minutes into the second half. Congis 39-yarder made it 34-8. Then the Lions woke up. B.C. was driving at the end of the third, and, aided by a 19-yard pass interference call in the end zone, capped the 55-yard drive off with a one-yard score by Gore to start the fourth and pull to 34-15. The Lions pulled to 34-22 with a 43-yard drive and a five-yard pass to Moore with nine minutes left in the game. Ryan Phillips intercepted Burris at the B.C. 14-yard line to continue the Lions momentum, but the Hamilton defence held them deep with a sack. Ticat back-up quarterback Dan LeFevour took over for Burris to help eat up the clock with about five minutes left in the game, and Congi hit a 39-yard field goal for a 37-22 lead with 4:03 on the clock. B.C. converted a third-and-10 at midfield with a 17-yard completion to Moore. That continued the 75-yard scoring drive that ended with a 15-yard TD throw to Taylor and the Lions pulled to 37-29 with 1:57 on the clock. Hamilton had to convert a third-and-short at its own 31-yard line at 1:19 to keep the ball out of the hands of Lulay. But he eventually got it back at his own 37 with 10 seconds to go. The Hamilton defence went into a prevent formation and a rugby match broke out as the Lions kept tossing laterals until they were finally stopped. In the first half, Congi opened the scoring with a 29-yard field goal. Hamilton kicker Josh Bartel conceded a safety for B.C.s first points and the Lions later added a 10-yard field goal. Early in the second quarter, Fantuz finished a 75-yard Hamilton drive when he stole a ball from the hands of lunging B.C. defender Josh Bell and ran it in for a 37-yard TD. Less than six minutes later, Burris found Ellingson for a seven-yard TD strike that capped a 56-yard drive. The Ticats had trouble running out the clock late in the half and B.C. got the ball back on the Hamilton 45 with 41 seconds left. They got as close as first-and-goal at the Hamilton four-yard line. But the Ticats defence stood its ground to end the half, limiting the Lions to an 18-yard field goal. Joe Namath Jets Jersey . -- Pelicans coach Monty Williams does not expect guard Eric Gordon to play in any of New Orleans final five games this season. Trenton Cannon Jets Jersey . - Christophe Lalancette scored a third-period goal and added the shootout winner to lead the Drummondville Voltigeurs to a 5-4 win over the Quebec Remparts in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play on Sunday. . Colton Sissons also scored for Milwaukee (19-12-Cool, which went ahead with a two-goal third period. Wade MacLeod and Greg McKegg replied for Toronto (23-12-4).TORONTO -- Kyle Lowry sat at his locker nursing a headache in the moments after the Toronto Raptors loss on Sunday, the product of a misplaced knee. The Raptors were thoroughly dismantled by a speedy Phoenix Suns team in a 121-113 loss, but Lowry and coach Dwane Casey insisted there would be no lingering pain after a rare defeat at home. "Its not a systemic problem, its one game, we knew we werent going to go undefeated the rest of the way," Casey said. "That team right there, theyre fighting for their playoff lives like we are, and theyre a quality team in the west. "Its not like its the end of the world." Lowry scored 19 of his 28 points in the third quarter against the run-and-gun Suns, but his standout effort wasnt enough as the Raptors (37-2Cool lost at the Air Canada Centre for just the fifth time in the last 16 games. There were some scary moments with about a minute-and-a-half to go when Lowry went down in a scramble for a loose ball, and was ploughed in the head by first one of PJ Tuckers knees and then the other. "Ive got a headache. . . These (TV camera) lights are killing me right now," Lowry said, shrugging off any suggestion of a concussion. "PJs not a dirty guy, Ive known him for a while. He even apologized after the game. . . . Hes a strong dude, so it hurt." Terrence Ross finished with 22 points while Amir Johnson had 20, DeMar DeRozan finished with 17, and Jonas Valanciunas chipped in with 15. Gerald Green scored 13 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter to top the Suns (38-27), while Goran Dragic added 19, and Markieff Morris had 16 point and grabbed 14 rebounds. The Raptors had been red-hot the past several weeks, positioning themselves for their first playoff appearance in six seasons. Theyd gone an Eastern Conference-best 11-3 since Feb. 10 heading into Sundays game and sat first place in the Atlantic Division. But the hungry Suns also have the playoffs in their sights. They went into Sunday trailing Memphis by a game-and-a-half for the eighth and final playoff spot in the West. "Thats a helluva team right there," DeRozan said. "(We can) just learn from it. We battled, a lot of stuff didnt go our way. . . It was just a tough night overall. The Suns outran the Raptors all afternoon, and led by as much as 14 points before taking a 96-90 advantage into the fourth in front of a crowd of 18,717 energetic fans at the Air Canada Centre. The visitors pulled ahead by 15 a couple of times in the final 12 minutes before a basket and free throw by Lowry made it a seven-point deficit witth 4:08 to play. Sam Darnold Jersey. But on the Suns next trip down the floor, Morris grabbed an offensive rebound and scored to put the game virtually out of reach. "Theyre up and down," Lowry said. "They got out. . . 121 (points), thats their type of game. We dont want to have a type of game like that, we want to hold teams under 100, under 90 preferably." Rebounding proved problematic for the Raptors all afternoon, with Suns owning a whopping 45-26 advantage on the boards. "Again, no time to panic," Casey said. "I dont think were going to see that type of speed and quickness -- at least I hope not -- the rest of the way." The Raptors frustration showed at times. Casey was slapped with a technical for arguing a call, then DeRozan collected a tech when he kicked the ball in anger. "It was just tough when youre going out there playing hard and sometimes you dont get a call that youre fighting or dying for and that we may need at a critical time," DeRozan said. Both teams shot well, the Suns going 50.7 per cent from the field to Torontos 49.4. There was plenty of energy from both teams in a first-quarter shootout. The Raptors and Suns combined for 10-for-14 from three-point range. The Raptors led by as much as nine, but Marcus Morris drained two consecutive threes to put the Suns up 37-35 going into the second. "The guys seemed really focused tonight," said Suns head coach Jeff Hornacek. "They came out right from the start, they had the energy. Maybe it was the one oclock game that were not used to playing; they thought it was a great opportunity. I thought were on ESPN or something." The Raptors went 0-for-8 to open the second quarter until a John Salmons pull-up jumper more than five minutes in. The Raptors ended the quarter with a 10-2 run and when Ross drained a three, and pumped one fist in the air, it pulled Toronto to within two points. The Suns led 61-59 at halftime. The Raptors fell behind by 14 points with just under six minutes to play in the third, when Lowry almost single-handedly got them back in the game. He scored 10 points in the final 3:38 of the quarter and the Raptors went into the fourth trailing 96-90. NOTES: Raptors forward Patrick Patterson missed his fifth game with an elbow injury. Casey said he will be evaluated again Monday. . . The Raptors are on the road for two games -- Tuesday at Atlanta and Wednesday at New Orleans -- before returning home to host Oklahoma City next Friday . . . The Raptors had won three in a row against the Suns before a 106-97 loss in Phoenix on Dec. 6. 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