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WASHINGTON -- During a lengthy stretch when he pitched well but received scant offensive support, Washington pitcher Gio Gonzalez said and did all the right things. Tuesday night his patience was rewarded. Adam LaRoche hit a three-run homer and Gonzalez won for the first time since May 5 as the Nationals defeated the Diamondbacks 7-5. The Nationals led 6-0 after five innings and snapped a two-game skid as they reached double figures in hits for the second game in a row. "Seeing these guys come alive, swing the bat, its always a nice thing to see, especially when you start getting in a rhythm like that," he said. Gonzalez (4-3) went 6 1-3 innings, giving up two runs on nine hits while striking out four and walking one. He said pitching with the big lead for a change didnt alter his approach. "No, you still have to go out there and attack," Gonzalez said. "The team gives you a big lead like that you want to get them back in there, especially when theyre swinging it real hot." Jayson Werth, back in the lineup after leaving Sundays game with a groin strain, added a double, RBI-single and two walks for Washington. Rafael Soriano allowed an RBI-single to Miguel Montero in the ninth and had the tying runs on base, but picked up his 20th save. Martin Prado homered and Paul Goldschmidt had three hits for Arizona. Diamondbacks second baseman Aaron Hill, playing his first game since going on the disabled list April 14 with a broken left hand, went 2 for 4 with a double, single and walk. The NL West-leading Diamondbacks have lost two straight. Washington matched its season high for runs in an inning with the five-run third off Arizona starter Trevor Cahill (3-9). Kurt Suzuki walked, was sacrificed to second by Gonzalez, and scored on a single by Denard Span. Anthony Rendon singled and, after both runners moved up on a wild pitch, Werth singled to score Span. LaRoche then fell behind Cahill 0-2, but hit a change-up into the bullpen in left-centre for a three-run homer to make it 5-0. "As a team, I think were looking better," LaRoche said. "We get 11 hits tonight and score some runs, so were slowly getting closer to what this offence can do." The Washington first baseman has hit safely in 19 consecutive games at Nationals Park, going 30 for 69, with two doubles, two triples, four homers, 16 RBIs, and 17 runs scored. Washington added a run in the fifth when Ian Desmonds sacrifice fly scored Werth. "I thought we were a little more aggressive, which I liked," Nationals manager Davey Johnson said. Cahill (3-9), who left in the second inning of his last start after being struck by a line drive, lost his fifth straight. He allowed six earned runs on eight hits in five innings, while walking two and striking out five as his ERA increased to 8.80 in the month of June. "I dont know if hes trying to change his delivery or what. He changes from pitch to pitch," catcher Miguel Montero said. "Sometimes he pitches like (Brad) Ziegler, sometimes hes over the top, sometimes hes a little bit lower then, so its hard. "Hes a guy that doesnt need to do too much. He just needs to grab the ball and just throw a good sinker down the middle and let it do the job." The Diamondbacks got on the board in the sixth when Hill doubled, went to third on a single by Goldschmidt and scored on a Montero single. Goldschmidts RBI single in the seventh off reliever Drew Storen scored A.J. Pollock to make it 6-2 and Hill then scored when Rendon couldnt field Monteros grounder. Prado led off the eighth with a homer off Tyler Clippard to make it 6-4. NOTES: Washington OF Bryce Harper (left knee bursitis) began a rehab assignment at Single-A Potomac, going 1 for 1 with a double, walk and run scored. . Nationals 3B Ryan Zimmerman didnt start, but he pinch hit in the seventh and popped out. 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LAWRENCE, Kan. -- The answer Kansas coach Bill Self provided when asked what was wrong with the play of his big men in the No. 5 ranked Jayhawks latest win was simplistic, yet complete.Everything, Self replied.He did not need to elaborate on details. The box score revealed enough.Starting forwards Landen Lucas and Carlton Bragg combined with backups Dwight Coleby and Udoka Azubuike to post five points, eight rebounds, two assists and three turnovers on Nov. 22 as Kansas beat Georgia 65-54 in the championship game of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic.The need for more production inside is becoming acute with the 4-1 Jayhawks scheduled to face North Carolina-Asheville (3-2) on Nov. 25 at Allen Fieldhouse.Theyre just not playing very well and theyre not playing very smart, and not contributing, Self said of his bigs, Lucas and Bragg in particular. Theyre good kids and they want to do well, but for whatever reason they both have really struggled.Conjecture over Kansas using more four-guard lineups circulated throughout the preseason and remains a possibility, especially with its frontcourt issues. So far, Self has maintained the same starting lineup, looking to get high-low production from Lucas and Bragg in the post.Against Georgia, Self was inclined to play a 2/3 zone because the Kansas defense was gouged by Bulldogs forward Yante Maten, who scored 15 of his teams first 18 points and finished with 30 points and 13 boards. His teammates, however, shot just 8-for-37 while failing to solve the rare zone employed by Self.Matens really good. I mean, hes a really good player, Self said. But were going to go up against some other guys that are really good players too, and to have one post guy get 30 and 13 on your guys that dont scratch, I mean, we cant win that way.That point will probably bee stressed by veteran players too.ddddddddddddThere is a more forceful identity the Jayhawks feel they can project by shutting down opponents in man-to-man defense. In fact, Self estimated his team had practiced zone looks in practice for no more than 10 minutes before adjusting to that alignment against Georgia.It worked pretty well for us, conceded senior point guard Frank Mason, but hopefully we dont have to use zone again. We take pride in guarding our man and just try to guard man-to-man the whole game.Mason remains the Jayhawks leading scorer with a 21.6-point average, though freshman forward Josh Jackson was named the most valuable player of the CBE Classic after recording his first collegiate double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds against Georgia.UNC-Asheville has won three straight behind junior guard Ahmad Thomas, who leads the Bulldogs with averages of 16.4 points and 6.2 rebounds, as well as 12 steals and 5 blocked shots.In a 64-58 victory at Furman on Tuesday, freshman guard MaCio Teague drained a 3-pointer with 5:15 remaining to give Asheville the lead for keeps. Teague went on to net a career-best 22 points, going 4-for-9 from behind the arc.While converting 20 turnovers into 18 points, Asheville snapped Furmans 11-game home win streak.I thought we just found a way to win on the road against a very good Furman team, said Bulldogs coach Nick McDevitt. It was a back-and-forth game and we were able to get a few key stops.UNC-Asheville, picked in the preseason to finish third in the Big South, opened with road defeats at VCU and Georgia. The matchup with Kansas is, for both teams, the last of four games affiliated with the CBE Classic. ' ' '



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