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BOSTON -- The New Orleans Pelicans players had to block out thoughts of a teammates scary fall while holding on against the Boston Celtics. Stan Smith Clearance . Anthony Davis had 23 points and nine rebounds and Tyreke Evans scored 16 points with a key basket late to lead the Pelicans to a 95-92 win over the Celtics on Friday night. The win may prove costly for the Pelicans after reserve forward Ryan Anderson was taken from the court on a stretcher after he collided with Bostons Gerald Wallace early in the fourth quarter. Both players went to the floor hard. Anderson had 13 points and seven boards before leaving. The Celtics said a preliminary diagnosis indicated a "cervical stinger." He was taken to a local hospital to be evaluated. "I cant really disclose that stuff," Pelicans coach Monty Williams said when asked about Anderson. "We are just praying for his health. He looked like he was OK. I was more worried about his mother. I know shes at home, a nervous wreck, so hopefully she hears this message and is cool with the fact that hes OK and in good hands." New Orleans won for the fourth time in six games, but had lost six of its last seven on the road. "We were praying for him, but at the same time weve got to win a game," said Davis, who grabbed a pair of clutch rebounds. "Its good that hes OK. Were praying for him." Avery Bradley led Boston with 22 points. Jeff Green and Brandon Bass each scored 16. Jared Sullinger added 13 points and 11 rebounds. Green also had 11 boards. The Celtics, who missed 22 of 26 shots from the field in the final quarter, lost for the sixth time in seven games. "I thought we had really good looks for the most part, I really did," Boston coach Brad Stevens said. "I thought we were much more aggressive and, for whatever reason, we didnt make shots." Anderson was on his back on the court for a few minutes, getting checked out by the teams trainer and a Celtics team doctor. After about five minutes, a stretcher was brought out and both teams surrounded him on the court as he was put on a back brace before being wheeled off with 11:02 to play. Wallace stood at the foul line -- about 20 feet away -- nearly the entire time, biting a towel. "I didnt even see him," Wallace said. "We collided. I didnt even know he was there. He said he was all right." New Orleans then had to play its best late. "We got some crucial rebounds and I think defensively we put them in some tough situations down the stretch and we were able to rebound," Brian Roberts said. With the Pelicans clinging to a 91-90 lead, Evans scored on a driving basket, but Green hit two free throws for Boston with 35.2 seconds left. The Celtics had a chance to grab the lead after Evans lost the ball out of bounds after his driving shot was deflected by Kris Humphries. But Bradleys drive down the middle tipped off the rim and, after a scramble, Davis grabbed the rebound. Following a timeout, Roberts was fouled and hit two from the line with 7 seconds left, making it 95-92. Sullingers 3-point attempt caromed off the backboard and Davis grabbed the rebound just before the horn sounded. Greens 3-pointer had given Boston an 86-83 lead with just under 5 minutes to play. After Davis putback sliced it to one, Jordan Crawford, who missed 12 of his initial 13 shots, nailed a long jumper, making it 88-85 with 3 1/2 minutes left. Boston, which trailed by six at the half, used an 8-0 run in less than a minute to take a 65-62 lead on Bradleys two free throws with 3 minutes left in the third. But the Pelicans scored seven of the quarters final nine points to grab a 73-72 edge at the break. The Pelicans led 22-17 after one and had a 49-43 edge at the intermission. NOTES: The Celtics were delayed by the snowstorm that hit the area and didnt arrive in Boston until 1 p.m. after travelling back from Thursdays nights loss in Chicago. ... Sullinger has been bothered by a bruised left hand. "Hes uncomfortable, but he wants to play," Stevens said. "Unless he gets hit, theres nothing really thats a long-term issue to him playing." ... Davis entered the game leading the league in blocks per game (3.2). ... New Orleans guard Eric Gordon played his second straight after missing three with a bruised hip. He scored 12. Stan Smith Wholesale China . With nothing tangible at stake, the Raptors turned in their most impressive outing of the fall in their seventh and second to last exhibition tilt against their stiffest competition yet, but they lost a couple starters in the process. Wholesale Stan Smith .com) - Guard Greivis Vasquez and forward Patrick Patterson, two key pieces to the Toronto Raptors run to an Atlantic Division title in 2013-14, were both given qualifying offers by the team on Saturday. . The 23-year-old Woods, Tiger Woods niece, closed with a 4-under 69 at Royal Pines to finish at 16-under 276. Lee also shot 69 in the event sanctioned by the European and Australian tours. Woods birdied the par-5 15th to open a two-stroke lead, hitting a wedge from about 120 yards to 4 feet.SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Sebastian Vettel was fastest on a wet and treacherous Interlagos track Saturday, taking the pole position for the season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix. The German, who has already wrapped up a fourth straight Formula One title, can equal Michael Schumachers 2004 mark of 13 victories in a year and match the record of nine consecutive wins by Alberto Ascari in 1952-53. The Red Bull driver was more than a half second ahead of Nico Rosberg of Mercedes in a rain-delayed qualifying session. "Its great to start from pole," Vettel said. "Very happy with the laps I had in the end in these tricky conditions. Hopefully we can carry that momentum into the race." Fernando Alonso of Ferrari finished third. Vettels teammate, Mark Webber, who is leaving F1 after Sundays race, will start fourth. Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes fifth. It was Vettels ninth pole of the year and 45th of his career. His margin over the rest of the field reflected his dominance this season. "Its great in these conditions to get it all right," he said. "We had very little practice and still got the car where we wanted it to be in the end, so very happy." Rosberg, who had led both practices Friday, said there was nothing he could have done to catch his countryman. "Surprised about the gap to Sebastian, thats very big," Rosberg said. "Definitely it would have been difficult, even getting everything perfect, to come close to him." Heavy rain in Sao Paulo forced racings governing body to delay the final round of qualifying by 40 minutes because of all the water on the track. It rained during all three practice sessions, but never as hard as it did during qualifying. Nearly all of the drivers wennt out immediately after the track opened to try to set a time before the weather deteriorated. Cheap Stan Smith Online. Just before the end of the second round of qualifying, McLarens Sergio Perez of Mexico crashed hard into a retaining wall after losing the back end of his car over a curb and spinning across the track. He was not injured. McLaren drivers, with a last chance for a podium finish, didnt make it past the second round -- Jenson Button was 15th and Perez 14th. Home-crowd favourite Felipe Massa will start ninth in his final race with Ferrari before joining Williams. "Ill give everything I have to make sure I can finish my last race with Ferrari on a high note," he said Webber, moving to sports cars after F1, was fastest in the final practice. "The car felt slow and I was struggling for grip," he said. "It was tricky for all of us, but were on the second row and we can still do something from there." Still at stake in Interlagos is second place in the constructors championship. 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