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Hawks beat Blazers for 18th straight win
Harry the Hawk, mascot of the Atlanta Hawks, dunks during a timeout in the game against the Brooklyn Nets at Philips Arena on January 28, 2015 in Atlanta, GeorgiaAll-star forward Paul Millsap scored 21 points as the Atlanta Hawks won their 18th consecutive contest with a 105-99 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers. Millsap had plenty of help from his fellow all-stars Al Horford and Jeff Teague who finished with 17 and 13 points respectively. The Eastern Conference-leading Hawks haven't lost since December 26 in Milwaukee. Atlanta could post a perfect 17-0 month with a win Saturday against Philadelphia, which will end a seven-game home stretch.

Laird leads by two at Phoenix Open
Martin Laird of Scotland acknowledges the crowd on the 9th green during the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale on January 30, 2015 in Scottsdale, ArizonaMartin Laird posted his second straight six-under 66 to take the lead at the Phoenix Open which will be without both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson after they missed the cut. It was also his first bogey of the event at the rain-soaked TPC Scottsdale course. Daniel Berger, who is playing on a sponsor exemption, posted a two-under 69 and he stands alone in second place at eight under. Justin Thomas carded a three-under 68 to move into third place at seven-under-par 135.

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Berlin says fresh Greek aid 'not on agenda', denying media report
Germany's Finance Ministry denied on Friday a media report that Berlin would be ready to discuss a new aid package for Greece of up to 20 billion euros if the new leftist Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras accepted supervised economic reforms. "That is not on the agenda at all," said a spokesman for Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble. The report in Der Spiegel magazine that Germany estimated Greece's additional aid needs at about 20 billion euros was "pure speculation", he added. Spiegel reported that Germany would be willing to grant Greece fresh aid on condition that it accepted reforms overseen by inspectors from the "troika" - the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund.

European stocks close down as deflation fears bite
European stock markets close down, as deflation worries deepened for the eurozone, which was locked in crucial talks with Greece over a possible restructuring of debtEuropean stock markets closed down Friday, as deflation worries deepened for the eurozone, which was locked in crucial talks with Greece over a possible restructuring of debt. Eurozone consumer prices fell by a record 0.6 percent in January, confirming deflation could be taking hold for the long term, EU data showed. The drop from minus 0.2 percent in December appears to back the European Central Bank's decision last week to launch a bond-buying spree to drive up prices. Plummeting world oil prices were largely to blame for the fall in the 19-country eurozone, already beset by weak economic growth and high unemployment, the EU's data agency Eurostat said.
   

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