BERLIN -- Eintracht Braunschweig claimed its first Bundesliga point in 28 years Sunday by fighting back to earn a 1-1 draw with Nuremberg. Adam Hlousek scored on his return from injury for Nuremberg in the 28th minute when U.S. defender Timmy Chandler whipped in a dangerous cross for the Czech midfielder to convert at the far post. It was Hlouseks first game since March 2012. After a period of concerted pressure for the home side, Omar Elabdellaoui finally equalized in the 70th, when Karim Bellarabi held up the ball before setting the defender up to strike to the far corner. Braunschweig made its return to the topflight this season after a 28-year-absence, but lost its first four games of the season. "Id have preferred the three points," Braunschweig coach Thorsten Lieberknecht. "We also showed in previous games, against (Borussia) Dortmund and (Werder) Bremen, that we have a right to play in this league." The promoted side pushed hard for the winner only to be denied repeatedly by the outstanding Nuremberg goalkeeper, Raphael Schaefer, who saved Ermin Bicakcics point-blank header on the line and produced two fine stops in injury time. "If wed taken all our chances it would have been 6-1,"Bellarabi said. Lieberknecht, who led the side to promotion from the third division in 2011, was nevertheless encouraged by his sides performance. "Well do all we can to get the first three points soon. Were on the right path," he said. Earlier, Hoffenheim withstood a late revival from Borussia Moenchengladbach to win 2-1 for its first league victory at home. Anthony Modeste opened the scoring just before the interval when his header took a deflection from Filip Daems beyond the helpless goalkeeper. Kevin Volland, who struck the post with a fierce effort in the fifth minute, made it 2-0 in the 54th when he ran onto Modestes through ball and eluded two defenders before dispatching the ball inside the far post from a difficult angle. Moenchengladbach substitute Branimir Hrgota ensured a lively finish when he beat three defenders and then chipped the goalkeeper in the 75th. "We worked hard for the win to the end," Hoffenheim coach Markus Gisdol said. Hrgota, Max Kruse and Raffael all went close but couldnt secure the equalizer. The visitors had the lions share of possession but failed to create clear-cut chances until it was too late. Patrick Herrmann wasted a good opportunity in the first half, Juan Arango hit the side netting in the second, and then Raffael shot straight at Koen Casteels with the goal at his mercy -- just before Volland scored what proved to be the winner. "This defeat is hard to accept, said Moenchengladbach coach Lucien Favre. "We had a lot of ball possession but the opponent was always able to attack on the counter. The second goal, for example, shouldnt happen." Josh Morrissey Jets Jersey
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"It was a grind-out game and Trey made the critical play there at the end," teammate Gordon Hayward said. "Playing in tight games like this helps you grow as players and as a team. We need all the experience we can get." Matched against another 6-foot-1 sparkplug in Walker, Burke faked a shot, hesitated and drove the right side of the lane, releasing the ball just before the shot clock buzzer to give the Jazz a three-point lead in the closing moments of an often listless game. The ball took flight just in time over Walkers outstretched arms. "Kemba had taken a look at the shot clock on the other end, so he knew I didnt have much time," Burke said. "It was a matter of me staying poised because I only had 1 1/2 or 2 seconds to make my move." Alec Burks had 14 points, and Derrick Favours and Marvin Williams added 13 apiece to carry the Jazz to their 10th straight win over the Bobcats. Gerald Henderson had 19 points, none in the fourth quarter, and Al Jefferson and Walker both scored 18 in the Bobcats first stop on a four-game Western Conference swing. The Jazz held Charlotte to 37 per cent shooting and spoiled Jeffersons return to Utah, where he spent the last three seasons. "I just missed some easy shots, especially the one I missed when we were down one. We dug ourselves in a deep hole and had to fight all the way back," said Jefferson, who was 8 of 23 from the field. The Bobcats, unable to sustain any offensive efficiency most of the game, suddenly found some accuracy in the fourth quarter. Walker scored five straight points in a 7-0 run that brought Charlotte to 63-60, but then missed a couple of jump shots. "We were kind of moving slowly all game. But we made a push there at thhe start of the fourth quarter to get us right there at the end of the game," Henderson said.dddddddddddd After seven misses to start the final period, Burke finally scored for the Jazz on a jumper from the wing. Josh McRoberts acrobatic tip-in, however, tied the game at 65 with 5:58 to play. The Bobcats took their first lead since the first quarter at 77-76 after Ramon Sessions was blocked from behind by Hayward on a fast break and Walker put the ball back up and in. Hayward then drove and bounced a pass to Favours for a dunk. After Jefferson came up short on a baby hook, Burke drove the lane and just beat the shot clock with his key layup to give the Jazz an 80-77 lead. The Jazz clinched the game at the line on successive rebound fouls, with Favours making one and Hayward converting a pair with 2.8 seconds left. Jefferson made a half-court shot at the buzzer for the final margin. After a 1-14 start to the season, the Jazz have become healthier and Burke has brought some stability to Utahs offence. The Jazz are 6-5 in their last 11 games. On the other side, the Bobcats have been close in several games but unable to close them out. Their last six losses have come by an average of 3.3 points. "Its a make-or-miss league and they made it and we missed. Thats happened to us the last three nights. Weve gotten good shots by the right people and if were going to win, theyre going to have to go in the basket," Charlotte coach Steve Clifford said. The Bobcats have lost four of five overall and now face three more Western Conference teams, against whom they are 0-4 on the road. Walker has shot 16 of 54 in the past three games but seemed determined to make a difference down the stretch. He scored 10 points in the fourth quarter, but Burke countered on the other end. "The other players and Coach told me to stay aggressive and to pick and choose my spots," Burke said. "I really didnt let those early misses discourage me today. I continued to attack and keep the defence on their heels." The Jazz beat the Bobcats 88-85 on Dec. 21 in a very similar matchup in which both teams seemed to be going through the motions for much of the game. NOTES: Jefferson received a warm round of applause during introductions, greeted all of the scorers table personnel and hugged Jazz CEO Greg Miller in the front row. ... Hayward picked up two fouls in the first 4 minutes. ... Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, injured Dec. 3, had the cast removed from his left hand last week but has not been cleared to practice. ... The Jazz are 9-7 when Williams starts and 1-17 when he doesnt. ' ' '