Rodney McGruder scored 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as the Sioux Falls Skyforce spoiled Tim Frazier’s return to the Maine Red Claws with a 112-95 win Saturday at the Portland Expo.

Frazier, who was the NBA D-League MVP and Rookie of the Year last season, joined the Red Claws after he was cut by the Portland Trail Blazers on Feb. 18. In his first game back with Maine, Frazier had 16 points, eight assists and seven rebounds in 31 minutes.

Coty Clarke led Maine with 24 points, while Omari Johnson had 15 points and six rebounds.

Brian Weber had 26 points and six rebounds for Sioux Falls.

AUTO RACING

SPRINT CUP: Shaking off the disappointment of losing the pole, Kyle Busch claimed his first Xfinity Series victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway by holding off Kyle Larson in Hampton, Georgia.

The victory was especially sweet coming less than 24 hours after Busch surrendered the pole for Sunday’s Cup race after his car failed inspection.

TRUCK SERIES: John Hunter Nemechek emerged from the carnage that took out the front runners to win the NASCAR Truck series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia.

SKIING

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP: Lindsey Vonn suffered a minor fracture in her left knee during a World Cup super-G crash in heavy snowfall in Soldeu-El Tarter, Andorra, but didn’t rule out her start in a combined event the next day.

“X-rays showed I have a hairline fracture in my left knee and will get an MRI Monday. I will wait and see how I feel tomorrow to decide if I can race,” Vonn wrote on Facebook

MEN’S WORLD CUP: Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway won a men’s World Cup Super-G, in Hinterstoder, Austria, for his second career victory.

GOLF

PGA: Adam Scott hit two balls into the water on one hole and still shot 66. He still managed to share the lead in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, with Sergio Garcia in the Honda Classic.

n Golfer Jason Bohn had a stent inserted for what he said was 99 percent blockage of a major artery. In a text exchange with the network, Bohn said the blockage was in his left anterior descending artery — known as the “widow maker” because it could lead to a major heart attack.

LPGA: Lexi Thompson shot an 8-under 64 in the third round in Chonburi, Thailand, to establish a four-stroke lead over Korean In Gee Chun at Siam Country Club.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Louis Oosthuizen shot a 5-under 67, in Perth, Australia, to take a three-stroke lead after three rounds of the Perth International.