England 444 for 3 (Hales 171, Buttler 90*, Root 85, Morgan 57*) beat Pakistan 275 (Sharjeel 58, Amir 58, Woakes 4-41) by 169 runsScorecard and ball-by-ball detailsEngland have produced some astonishing batting feats in one-day cricket over the last 18 months, but they surpassed even themselves at Trent Bridge as they plundered the highest total in ODI history to wrap up the series against Pakistan in overwhelming style.On his home groundAlex Hales surged to Englands highest ODI innings, finally knocking Robin Smiths unbeaten 167 against Australia in 1993 off the top spot, while Jos Buttler hit Englands fastest fifty off 22 balls as they tallied a monstrous 444 for 3 to overtake Sri Lankas 443 for 9 against Netherlands in 2006.Needing to score six off the final over to set a new high total seemed a formality, but Buttler and Eoin Morgan struggled to lay a bat on Hasan Ali until Buttler connected with a smite through the covers off the last ball to give put England top of the pile.Pakistan, unsurprisingly, did not get close, bowled out for 275 although Mohammad Amir joined in the batting fun with his own 22-ball fifty, the highest score by a No. 11 in ODIs. Yet while it was another one-sided encounter in this series Englands batting had been a sight to behold. Their landmarks, personal and collective, have been regular since the start of last summer.Having passed Smiths record in the 37th over, Hales was well on track for Englands first ODI double - and even a dip at Rohit Sharmas record 264 - but he was lbw next ball for 171 off 122 deliveries to end a second-wicket stand of 248 with Joe Root. That, though, was far from the end of the mayhem.Buttler, who holds the record for Englands fastest hundred, off 46 balls in Dubai last year, went to his fifty with four sixes in five balls off Shoaib Malik - for a period, his own record was in danger - while Morgan chipped in with a mere 24-ball effort as 240 runs came off the last 20 overs.Pakistan were atrocious. Misfields abounded, chances went down - Hales was dropped on 114, Morgan on 14 - and Wahab Riaz twice took wickets off no-balls, when Hales was caught at deep square-leg on 72 and then Buttler was bowled by another from Wahab late on. Wahab finished with none for 110, the second-most expensive ODI figures behind Mick Lewis from the famous Johannesburg ODI in 2006.Hales came into the match under some pressure after a difficult few weeks which included his outburst at the umpires during the Oval Test, as well as two low scores at the start of this series. In the build-up to this game he also spoke to the Nottingham Post about the difficulty of coming to a decision over whether to tour Bangladesh, amid the fear of giving up his Test place.This innings does not mean questions about his longer-form game have been answered, but it does remove any slight doubt as to whether it would have a detrimental impact on his white-ball success. The bowling was often friendly, the fielding even more so, but it was a magnificent display: he reached 51 off 55 balls and his hundred from 83; the last 120 runs coming from 67 deliveries.Hales innings will have a little footnote to it when, on 72, he was given a life after pulling Wahab to deep square leg only for the TV umpire to call a no-ball under the current trial system. Then, on 114, Azhar Ali could not cling on to a drive at cover off Yasir Shah.He was particularly severe on Wahab - just to compound his error - taking 44 off the 26 balls the left-armer bowled at him and he also plundered 19 off Azhar when the captain gave himself an exploratory overEarlier this summer, against Sri Lanka at The Oval, Jason Roy fell within sight of Smiths record but, after Pakistan had reviewed an optimistic lbw shout, Hales clubbed his 22nd four over midwicket. A ball later and it was over, a yorker from Hasan which would have taken leg stump.Root fell moments later, having purred to 85 off 86 balls, when he edged Mohammad Nawaz after joining Geoff Boycott, Graham Gooch, Alec Stewart, Jonathan Trott and Hales with five consecutive fifties. Root arrived in the sixth over, when Roy was early on a pull, lobbing a catch to the keeper, and barely broke sweat while Hales broke Pakistans spirits.As in Dubai, when he came in during the 36th over, Buttler was shunted up the order when Root departed at the end of the 38th. And, as in Dubai, he gave himself a few sighters - 1 off 7 balls - before cutting loose when he put Nawaz into the stands off consecutive deliveries.That was just a taste of the treatment Malik would receive when Buttler deposited him for four sixes of varying distance in five deliveries. Such has been the frequency of Buttlers astonishing one-day displays that they should not really surprise, but it is impossible not to marvel at the 360-degree ability of his batsmanship.Plundering the offspin of Malik is one thing; the power he can generate when flat-batting near-yorkers for four is something else. His 22-ball fifty eclipsed Paul Collingwoods 24-ball effort against New Zealand at Napier in 2008.Morgan, having regained his touch in the first two matches, helped himself as well, having been given a hand when Yasir continued Pakistans woeful fielding display by dropping a sitter a backward point: five of Morgans next seven deliveries went either over or into the boundary.Where Morgan and Buttler left off, Sharjeel Khan continued at the start of Pakistans chase as he sped to a 26-ball fifty. Latching on to anything short, he pulled with some style - taking four boundaries in a row off Mark Wood - before picking out deep square-leg to give Chris Woakes the third of his opening spell.Ben Stokes, who had not been able to enjoy himself with the bat, was given his first bowl of the series after overcoming the calf injury he sustained in the Test series. A leading edge from Babar Azam gave him a wicket. Liam Plunkett again pushed up the speedgun, finding Maliks outside edge, and it was just a case of how long the lower order could prolong things into the evening.Amir provided some final entertainment for those who stayed to the end, bringing up his fifty with three consecutive sixes off Adil Rashid. He and Yasir added 76 in seven overs for the last wicket as it briefly became a little messy from England until Amir top edged a return catch to give Woakes his fourth.England have never been through a season unbeaten in limited-overs cricket since the game changed to white balls in this country and have only one previous whitewash in a series of at least five matches. Both of those are now very much on the cards. http://www.falconsrookiestore.com/Falcons-Devonta-Freeman-Jersey/ . -- Team after team passed on Andre Ellington in the draft. http://www.falconsrookiestore.com/Falcons-Wes-Schweitzer-Jersey/ . The 31-year-old Spain midfielder hasnt played since Madrid lost in the Copa del Rey final to Atletico Madrid in May due to back and foot injuries. http://www.falconsrookiestore.com/Falcons-Steve-Bartkowski-Jersey/ . Aaron Harrison scored a 22 points for Kentucky (6-1), which has won four in a row following a Nov. 12 loss to current No. 1 Michigan State. 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The Illawarra Hawks have returned to the NBLs winners circle after holding off the Bullets 98-88 in a pulsating contest on Saturday night in Brisbane.The Hawks led at every change at the Brisbane Convention Centre, consolidating second place on the ladder and consigning the Bullets to their third loss in four games.Rotnei Clarke led the scoring for Illawarra with 24 points and three assists, while centre Tom Jervis stood tall for Brisbane with 18 points and seven rebounds.The 10-point loss marks three-straight home defeats for the Bullets who have hit a form slump in recent weeks.There was little separating the NBLs second and third-placed teams during the opening quarter, with both sides playing high-octane basketball, although it was the Hawks who took a four-point lead into the first break.Illawarra skipped out to a 12-point lead early in the second before Brisbane could muster a reply but, when the Bullets clicked into gear, they went on a 23-12 run to end the half only down by one.ddddddddddddThe start of the second half mirrored the first as both sides traded baskets in end-to-end action with the Hawks edging the Bullets by one point in the third quarter to lead by two heading into the final stretch.Brisbane lost Cameron Bairstow early in the fourth with the former NBA forward fouled out of the contest only seconds into the quarter.An 8-2 run favouring the Hawks to begin the final term didnt help the Bullets cause, but they kept within touching distance inside the dying minutes.The points started to dry up as the clock ticked down with the ferocity of the encounter impacting on accurate shooting.Leading by 10 with less than two minutes remaining, the game was Illawarras to take and they didnt disappoint as they held on to record their eighth win of the season. 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