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Brian O’Driscoll is still unhappy with Lions coach Warren Gatland after being left out of the crucial third Test against Australia which secured a first series win for 16 years. The Lions went on to romp to a 41-16 victory with the all-Welsh combination of Jamie Roberts and Jonathan Davies playing in the centre. “Yeah, there’s resentment of course,” O’Driscoll told Sky Sports. “Is he (Gatland) on the Christmas card list? Unlikely.” It meant a frustrating end to O’Driscoll’s fourth and last Lions tour after he had started the first and second Tests Down Under. “When you’re left with disappointment that way, you can’t help but feel a little bit of resentment,” O’Driscoll added. “People will say the decision was justified because of the results and the performance. “The way the team played, I felt within the 13 jersey that I might have been able to do a decent job within that part of the team the way they played in that game. “That is absolutely not taking anything away from Jonathan’s performance, I thought he was pretty good that day, made some big plays at important times. “But I guess it comes back to you backing yourself, feeling you too could have done some things that maybe others didn’t do on the day.” Press Association The Ireland centre was controversially dropped by Gatland for the Sydney decider – a move that sparked widespread criticism of the New Zealander. With tour skipper Sam Warburton injured, O’Driscoll was widely expected to captain the Lions in that game, but Wales lock Alun-Wyn Jones was handed the job and O’Driscoll did not even make the matchday 23.
His array of dribble moves fooled Sacramento’s defense all night, and he made it known it couldn’t stop him.🐐 pic.twitter.com/3NzJbr93mp— Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) March 30, 2019Harden recorded an NBA-record fifth 50-point triple-double. It is his ninth 50-point scoring night of 2018-19. He is one of the front-runners for the MVP award in 2019 and has continued to make a case for himself. Related News Mavericks star Kristaps Porzingis accused of sexual assault hours after tearing ACL, report says James Harden has had stellar offensive performances all year, but his performance on Saturday stands out.The Rockets’ superstar recorded 50 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in his team’s 119-108 victory over the Kings. Clint Capela was Houston’s second-leading scorer, contributing 24 points and 15 rebounds to the cause.Sacramento’s Bogdan Bogdanovic nearly tallied his own triple-double. He totaled 24 points, eight assists and nine rebounds in the contest.The Rockets are just one win away from reaching 50 victories this season. They are still within reach of first place in the Western Conference, but the Kings have officially been eliminated from playoff contention.Studs of the NightD’Angelo Russell totaled 29 points and 10 assists as Brooklyn took down Boston 110-96.Aaron Gordon posted 23 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists in the Magic’s 121-116 victory against the Pacers.Ben Simmons’ 20 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists lifted the 76ers over the Timberwolves 118-109.Devin Booker poured in 48 points and dished out 11 assists in Phoenix’s 120-115 loss to Memphis.Duds of the NightPatrick Beverley squeaked by with four points on 1-of-10 shooting in the Clippers’ 132-108 win over the Cavaliers.Al-Farouq Aminu was held scoreless on 0-of-9 shooting in Portland’s 99-90 loss to Detroit.Kyle Lowry scored 10 points on 2-of-10 shooting as Toronto blew out Chicago 124-101.HighlightsBen Simmons did a 180 and finished an impressive reverse layup against the Timberwolves. Ben Simmons spins in mid-air and knocks down the reverse layup!#HereTheyCome 84#AllEyesNorth 72📺: @NBATV pic.twitter.com/lxnAI5Phuv— NBA (@NBA) March 31, 2019James Johnson knifed through the lane to finish a powerful dunk against the Knicks in the Heat’s 100-92 triumph.James Johnson drops the hammer at MSG! #HeatCulture pic.twitter.com/dx0WPLNlcw— NBA (@NBA) March 31, 2019What’s Next?Grizzlies (30-45) at Clippers (46-31) 10:30 ET — Los Angeles has had an up-and-down season. But it has won eight of its last 10 games and sits just a half game back from the Jazz for the fifth spot in the Western Conference standings. The Clippers’ performances for the rest of the regular season could change the playoff picture.