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— each one of them becomes ignitable.They start foaming at the mouth when the game starts to turn" File image of Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) AP The Warriors saw forward Shaun Livingston ejected in the second quarter after making contact with a game official while arguing a non-call But they roared ahead in the third quarter opening the second half with a dunk from Kevin Durant en route to a 12-2 scoring run The Warriors outscored the Heat 37-17 in the third to take a 99-77 lead into the final frame Curry finished with 30 points as the Warriors improved to 3-0 on their current road trip Durant added 24 and Klay Thompson scored 19 The Warriors seemed fired up by the ejection of Livingston who thought he was fouled on a shot attempt and leaned in to argue with the referee He bumped heads with the official who also appeared to be moving forward and was instantly sent to the locker room The Oklahoma City Thunder held off the depleted San Antonio Spurs 90-87 aided by Russell Westbrook’s seventh triple-double of the season Westbrook scored 22 points with 10 rebounds and 10 assists for the Thunder who led 90-82 before failing to score in the final 3:34 A turnover in the closing seconds gave San Antonio a chance to tie the game but Brandon Paul missed a three-pointer and Oklahoma City’s Raymond Felton grabbed the rebound to seal it Steven Adams added 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Thunder whose 20 turnovers made it closer than was comfortable against a Spurs team missing Kawhi Leonard LaMarcus Aldridge Rudy Gay Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili Spurs forward Kyle Anderson suffered a sprained knee when he went down hard under the basket in the third quarter He hit the court in obvious pain and had to be helped to the locker room In Los Angeles James Harden scored 36 points and handed out nine assists and the Houston Rockets won their sixth consecutive road game with a 118-95 victory against the Los Angeles Lakers Houston has won all six road games in the streak by at least 15 points setting a league record Butler leads Timberwolves In Minneapolis Jimmy Butler scored a season-high 33 points including 20 in the fourth quarter as the Timberwolves outdueled the Los Angeles Clippers 112-106 Karl-Anthony Towns notched his league-leading 19th double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds and Taj Gibson added 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Timberwolves who surrendered a fourth-quarter lead before Butler pulled them through Austin Rivers scored 30 points for the Clippers equalling his career-best with seven three pointers The Orlando Magic encountered little resistance in a 105-101 victory over the short-handed New York Knicks Nikola Vucevic scored 34 points Evan Fournier added 20 and Jonathan Simmons chipped in 16 as all five Magic starters scored in double figures The Knicks already without leading scorer Kristaps Porzingis who missed his third straight game with an ankle injury and a apparent flu announced shortly before tip-off that second-leading scorer Tim Hardaway would be sidelined by a leg injury Seoul: South Korea’s disgraced former President Park Geun-hye was arrested and jailed on Friday over high-profile corruption allegations that already ended her tumultuous four-year rule and prompted an election to find her successor A convoy of vehicles including a black sedan carrying Park entered a detention facility near Seoul after the Seoul Central District Court granted prosecutors’ request to arrest her Many Park supporters waved national flags and shouted "president" as Park’s car entered the facility Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye arrived for questioning on her arrest warrant at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul South Korea on Thursday Reuters Prosecutors can detain her for up to 20 days before formally charging her meaning she will likely be in jail while her case is heard A district court normally issues a ruling within six months of an indictment The Seoul court’s decision is yet another humiliating fall for Park South Korea’s first female president who was elected in 2012 amid overwhelming support from conservatives who recall her dictator father as a hero who lifted the country from poverty in the 1960-70s despite a record of severe human rights abuses Prosecutors accuse Park of colluding with a confidante to extort big businesses take a bribe from one of the companies and commit other wrongdoing The allegations led millions of South Koreans to protest in the streets every weekend for months before lawmakers impeached her in December and the Constitutional Court ruled in March to formally remove her from office It made Park the country’s first democratically elected leader to be forced from office since democracy came here in the late 1980s South Korea will hold an election in May to choose Park’s successor Opinion surveys say liberal opposition leader Moon Jae-in who lost the 2012 election to Park is the favorite Prosecutors can charge Park without arresting her But they said they wanted to arrest her because the allegations against her are "grave" and because other suspects involved in the scandal including her confidante Choi Soon-sil and Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong have already been arrested The Seoul court said it decided to approve Park’s arrest because it believes key allegations against her were confirmed and there were worries that she may try to destroy evidence Park’s conservative party described her arrest as "pitiful" while the liberal politician favored in polls to succeed her said the country took a step toward restoring "justice and common sense" The camp of Moon Jae-in who lost the 2012 presidential race to Park said in a statement that the nation should now "turn the page on painful history" and focus on creating a fair and clean country A day earlier Park was questioned at a court hearing for nearly nine hours As she left for the hearing hundreds of her supporters many of them elderly citizens gathered at her private Seoul home They wept chanted slogans and tried to block Park’s car before being pushed back by police In the coming weeks prosecutors are expected to formally charge Park with extortion bribery and abuse of power Her bribery conviction alone is punishable by the minimum 10 years in prison and the maximum life imprisonment in South Korea Prosecutors believe Park conspired with Choi and a top presidential adviser to bully 16 business groups including Samsung to donate 774 billion won ($69 million) for the launch of two nonprofits that Choi controlled Company executives said they felt forced to donate in fear of retaliatory measures including state tax investigations Park and Choi are accused of separately receiving a bribe from Samsung and colluding with top officials to blacklist artists critical of Park’s policies to deny them state financial assistance programs according to prosecutors Park also is alleged to have passed on state secrets to Choi via a presidential aide Park and Choi deny most of the allegations Park has said she only let Choi edit some of her presidential speeches and got her help on "public relations" issues Choi made similar statements The women both in their 60s have been friends for 40 years Park once described Choi as someone who helped her when she had "difficulties" an apparent reference to her parents’ assassinations in the 1970s Park’s father Chung-hee was gunned down by his own intelligence chief in 1979 five years after his wife was killed in an assassination attempt that targeted him Park Geun-hye served as thefirst lady after her mother’s death After her father’s killing Park Geun-hye left the presidential Blue House and secluded herself from the public eye before she entered politics in the late 1990s — when public nostalgia for her father emerged after the country’s economy was hit hard by the Asian financial crisis She had since become an icon of South Korean conservatives earning the nickname "Queen of Elections" for her ability to led her conservative party to win tight elections Park now becomes South Korea’s third head of state to be jailed after leaving office Former presidents Chun Doo-hwan and Roh Tae-woo both previously army generals received a life sentence and a 17-year prison term respectively in 1996 on charges including treason and bribery They were released in December 1997 on a special presidential amnesty Chun and Roh staged a 1979 coup that put Chun in power more than eight years after Park Chung-hee’s death Roh was elected president in 1987 after Chun’s government caved to massive pro-democracy protests and accepted direct free elections In 2009 prosecutors questioned former liberal president Roh Moo-hyun over corruption allegations but they later closed the investigation after Roh leaped to his death 2008, knowing they would all be put to the sword as apostates. 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