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Both Michigan State?and Duke?on Wednesday condemned a sign displayed by a Blue Devils fan Tuesday night that referenced the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.The water tastes better in North Carolina, the sign read during host Dukes 78-69 victory in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Tuesday night.The sign was disgusting and a slam to those who are suffering in our state, Michigan State said in a statement sent to ESPN. We understand the actions of an individual student do not reflect the beliefs of Duke University or its Athletic Department.Multiple state officials in Michigan are facing charges after an investigation discovered elevated levels of lead and corrosion in the water supply of the predominately black city of Flint.Duke spokesman Cory Walton said the entire basketball staff was disturbed by the sign.Everyone in our program thinks the sign was reprehensible and disgusting, Walton told ESPN. Thats 100 percent not in line with the values of our program. Michigan State officials said the sign referenced a difficult situation for people throughout their state.It wasnt the first time this week that college fans made light of the situation in Flint. This past weekend a photo was circulated on social media of a group of Ohio State fans posing with a banner: Michigan Girls: More Diseased Than Flint Water. . The 27-year-old Scrivens will be joining his third NHL club since signing with the Toronto Maple Leafs as a free agent in 2010. The move also reunites with him with head coach Dallas Eakins from their time together with the American Hockey Leagues Toronto Marlies. . After dropping their final six games of December, the Wild opened the new calendar year with four consecutive wins. Following a loss to Colorado on Saturday, Minnesota rebounded the following night to blank Nashville 4-0, but then had the tables turned on them Tuesday. . As the crowd erupted, Davis knocked the ball off the glass and back into his hands. With 1:14 to go in overtime, Davis sixth block also became his 17th rebound. That, along with his 32 points -- which tied a career high -- proved too much for Denver to overcome, and the Pelicans held on for their third straight victory, 111-107 on Sunday night. . Scott Kazmir allowed four hits in seven shutout innings, Michael Brantley hit a two-run homer in a three-run first inning and the Indians maintained their hold on an AL wild-card spot with a 4-1 win over the Houston Astros on Saturday night. . Durant finished with 24 points and 13 rebounds, Jackson matched his career high with 23 points on 10-of-14 shooting and Lamb scored 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting, lifting the Thunder to a 94-88 win over San Antonio and snapping the Spurs 11-game winning streak. MIAMI -- Michael McKenry dove to his left, snagging an errant pitch that was sailing behind Miamis Placido Polanco to save what almost certainly would have been a run. And that was just one of many highlights in McKenrys night. McKenry had a career-best four hits and drove in two runs, Neil Walker and Garrett Jones each added two RBIs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Miami Marlins 7-4 on Saturday. McKenry, who came in batting .191, raised his average 26 points with a double and three singles -- but tweaked his left knee during the game, and merely trotted up the first-base line after grounding to short to open the ninth. Walker added three hits for the Pirates, the NL wild-card leaders who set the tone with three first-inning runs against Tom Koehler (2-6). "Its all right," McKenry said of his knee, which could be a big issue for the Pirates since starter Russell Martin was also out of the lineup with what the team thinks is a minor knee injury. "Its just kind of stuck." Charlie Morton (3-2) allowed a season-high nine hits in five innings, but still found a way to win consecutive starts for the first time since May 2011. Mark Melancon worked the ninth for his fourth save. Koehler gave up nine hits and five runs in five innings. Logan Morrison tied a season-high with three hits, Giancarlo Stanton also had three hits, and Christian Yelich added a pair for the Marlins, who are 3-35 when allowing at least five runs. "Offensively, I was happy with the way we bounced back and gave ourselves a chance," Marlins manager Mike Redmond said. "We were battling from behind the whole game. ... After the third inning we didnt get much going but pitched well enough to keep it close." The Pirates finished with 14 hits, their most since June 12. McKenry was a most improbable catalyst of that attack. The light-hitting catcher came into the night with four hits in 32 at-bats, and only three hits in July. But his RBI single capped a three-run first inning -- Pittsburghs highest-scoring opening frame since June 18 -- and he added another single in the third to push the Pirates lead to 5-1. He added a double in the fifth and a single in the seventh. McKenry also saved an almost-sure run in the fifth to preserve what was then a 5-4 lead. Morton threw a pitch wildly, but McKenry snagged it and keep it from headding toward the backstop, keeping Stanton at third.dddddddddddd "I take a lot of pride in not letting balls get by me," McKenry said. "Its another way to keep somebody from getting a free 90 (feet), especially when theyre at third base. It was a one-run ballgame at the time, it would have made it 5-5, so that was a big moment. I think it was a funny sequence because Im sure Polanco felt really uncomfortable after that." Polanco wound up striking out. "Thats the second time hes caught a ball thrown behind a hitter this year," Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said. "I dont know how you do that." Walker and Garrett Jones each drove in two runs for Pittsburgh. By the time Koehler had thrown five pitches, the Pirates were up 1-0. Starling Marte smacked a double just to the inside of the third-base bag on Koehlers second pitch, and three offerings later, Walker hit a ball to nearly the same spot to open the scoring. Jones blooped a double into short left to make it 2-0, and McKenry got one under Polancos glove and into right for the third run. "I thought as a whole group, we swung the bat really well," McKenry said. "The bullpen came in and just shut the door tonight. It was fun." It was the third time Koehler allowed at least three first-inning runs in six starts, but Miami clawed back. Stanton doubled to bring Yelich home and start what became a three-run third for Miami. One batter later, Morrison looped a soft single into left, and Stanton read it correctly, taking off almost on contact and scoring easily. Polanco added a single to bring Morrison home and get the Marlins within a run, but they got no closer. NOTES: The Marlins said right-hander Kevin Slowey (right forearm) is heading to the disabled list, with a corresponding move coming Sunday. ... Pirates SS Jordy Mercers 11-game hitting streak ended. ... Sundays pitching matchup pits a pair of stellar rookies, with All-Star Jose Fernandez (6-5, 2.74) going for Miami against Pittsburghs Gerrit Cole (5-3, 3.51). ... Pirates players signed Fridays scorecard as a gift for Marlins rookie Jake Marisnick, who got his first career hit in that game. ... Marlins closer Steve Cishek has converted 16 straight save chances. "Couldnt get him in the game the first two months and now hes pitching a lot, which is great," Redmond said. 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