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Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork. Ottawa Senators Jerseys .com) - OUTLOOK: Roster turnover is just a part of the college game. Unfortunately for the Atlantic 10 Conference, it seems that it is feeling the hurt of that reality more than most. It is an easier bill to pay considering the conference had six NCAA Tournament teams last season, tying it with such major players as the Big Ten, Pac-12 and ACC for the second-most invites. Still, with players like Chaz Williams (Massachusetts), Devin Oliver (Dayton) and Juvonte Reddic (VCU) all gone, the upstart A-10 will feature a bit less star power this season, and with it, fewer postseason opportunities. Of course, that doesnt mean there wont be any contending teams in the 14- team league, which welcomes in perennial Southern Conference titan Davidson this season. Once again, VCU is poised to be a national power despite losing Reddic and Rob Brandenberg. Treveon Graham and Briante Weber are both experienced players for a program that has quickly become a mainstay in the NCAA Tournament. Having Shaka Smart calling the shots from the sidelines also ensures an exciting and successful brand of basketball. Last seasons A-10 darlings in the Big Dance werent the Rams, however. That moniker belonged to the Dayton Flyers, who stunned experts and fans alike by making a run to the Elite Eight. Archie Miller gets back Jordan Sibert and Dyshawn Pierre from that squad, along with a host of reserves who got plenty of playing time in a scheme that puts precedent on depth. George Washington and UMass were also present in the NCAA Tournament picture, but will probably be fighting for NIT consideration this season. The Colonials lost big man Isaiah Armwood, but have the benefit of returning three starters, including Kethan Savage who missed time with an injury last season. Without Williams, not to mention Raphael Putney, the Minutemen need big campaigns from Derrick Gordon and Cady Lalanne. Richmond didnt get a chance to show itself off on the national stage, NCAA Tournament or otherwise, despite a strong start to the season. The Spiders may remain on the outside looking in this year, unless Kendall Anthony realizes his immense promise. Rhode Island is laced with some promising talent as well, with E.C. Matthews the headliner. However, the Rams dont have Xavier Munford to lean on anymore. Also likely to fall into the middle of the pack are Saint Josephs and La Salle, which have each made noise in the postseason recently, but have too much new blood to expect a real rise in the ranks. For once, Duquesne presents some intrigue, with four returning starters and potential stars Micah Mason and Dominique McKoy. However, the Dukes have to prove themselves as they, like many teams in the league, are dealing with a major loss to the roster (Ovie Soko). On the flip side, Saint Louis looks uncharacteristically weak for a program that has been to three straight NCAA Tournaments, with not a single starter returning. It may take some time for the younger Billikens to mesh. The leagues basement will likely be inhabited by St. Bonaventure, George Mason, Fordham and Davidson, although each has some pieces that could lead to a finish a few rungs higher. Youssou Ndoye (SBU) is a ferocious big man, Patrick Holloway can light it up for the Patriots, Jon Severe is a potent scorer and one of four returning starters for the Rams, while the Wildcats are still led by coach Bob McKillop, who has built a tradition of excellence rivaled by few. CONFERENCE CHAMPION: VCU PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH: 1. VCU 2. Dayton 3. George Washington 4. Massachusetts 5. Richmond 6. Rhode Island 7. Saint Josephs 8. La Salle 9. Duquesne 10. St. Louis 11. St. Bonaventure 12. George Mason 13. Fordham 14. Davidson TEAM BY TEAM ANALYSIS: VCU: Smart and the Rams have come a long way since stunning the college basketball world en route to the 2011 Final Four. When they lost to No. 12 seed Stephen F. Austin in the NCAA Tournament last March, the Rams found themselves in the odd position of being a team upset rather than the team doing the upsetting. It is a testament to how well Smart has built VCUs program. The Rams have won at least 26 games in all five seasons under Smart, and made it to the NCAA Tournament in the last four. The losses of Reddic (11.8 ppg, 8.4 rpg) and Brandenberg (9.6 ppg) cannot be overstated, but Smart has shown time and time again that he can put a winning product on the floor. With the likes of Graham (15.8 ppg, 7 rpg), who is an easy bet for A-10 Player of the Year, and fearless guard Weber (9.4 ppg, 3.9 apg, 3.5 spg) still around, a league title and more are reasonable goals. Graham will pace the scoring, but will likely get help from 3-point marksman Melvin Johnson (10.4 ppg), who connected on nearly 40 percent of his long-range tries last season. Weber had 121 steals in 2013-14, which was more than twice as many as the next-best player in the league. His ability to disrupt and distribute make him a perfect fit in Smarts high-pressure scheme. In the frontcourt, Mo Alie-Cox (3.3 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 1.4 bpg) and Jordan Burgess (4.9 ppg, 2.6 bpg) have the most experience. DAYTON: In Millers second season at the helm, the Flyers broke a streak of five years with at least 20 wins, finishing 17-14. Millers third campaign proved to be a major recovery, as the Flyers staked their way to a 26-11 overall record, while getting past Syracuse, Ohio State and Stanford on their way to the Elite Eight. What will Miller do for an encore? Well, an improvement on last seasons finish is unlikely (Dayton hasnt been to the Final Four since 1967), but a return to the field of 68 is well within the realm of possibility. Jordan Sibert (12.2 ppg) led the team in scoring and 3- point shooting (.426) last season. He will once again be the feature scorer on a team that spreads the wealth. Dyshawn Pierre (11.2 ppg, 5.5 rpg) is another solid scorer, as well as a fine performer on the boards. Finding a new point guard and a replacement for Devin Oliver (11.9 ppg, 7.4 rpg) are tasks that need to be accomplished. Scoochie Smith (3.6 ppg) played all 37 games last season and should be the starter at the point, following Khari Prices transfer. Devon Scott (3.4 ppg) connected on 56.4 percent of his shot attempts as a supplemental player. Kyle Davis (2.0 ppg), Jalen Robinson (4.3 ppg, 2.8 rpg), Kendall Pollard (2.2 ppg) and freshmen Darrell Davis should give Miller a deep bench to work with yet again. GEORGE WASHINGTON: Steady construction and improvement really showed at George Washington last season. In Mike Lonergans third season as head coach, the Colonials finished 24-9 and were one of the six A-10 teams invited to the NCAA Tournament, an accomplishment in of itself, which was magnified by the Colonials 13-17 and 10-21 records the previous two seasons. The 24 wins were actually the most GW has had since 2006. Three starters are back from last seasons team, although arguably the most important is not. Armwood (12.7 ppg, 8.4 rpg) not only scored from the paint, he also dominated the glass and helped the Colonials rank third in the conference in rebounds (37.2 rpg). He will be missed, as will Maurice Creek (14.1 ppg), who was last seasons leading scorer. Savage (12.7 ppg) shot 51.8 percent from the floor in 19 games, but didnt play the full season due to an injury. He is healthy now and becomes the de facto top offensive option. Kevin Larsen (11.4 ppg, 6.9 rpg) is a decent finisher and rebounder. He has the tools to become a top-tier talent inside, and will need to be for the Colonials to compete as well as they did last season. Patricio Garino (12.1 ppg) is another scorer, who shot well from the floor, and Joe McDonald (8.3 ppg, 4.1 apg) is a steady presence at the point. MASSACHUSETTS: Saying goodbye to Williams will be extremely difficult for coach Derek Kellogg and the entire Minutemen fan base. The 5-foot-9 dynamo led the team in scoring (15.6 ppg), assists (6.9 apg) and steals (1.6 spg) last season, while keeping the gas pedal down at all times. His work helped UMass lead the A-10 in scoring (75.8 ppg), while ranking second in assists (15.1 apg). Lost in the shuffle of replacing Williams, is the need to find bodies to fill in for Sampson Carter (10.4 ppg, 4.8 rpg) and Putney (8.8 ppg, 5.4 rpg). The duo was a major reason the Minutemen were a top-25 rebounding team last season (38.4 rpg). Derrick Gordon (9.4 ppg) will be called upon to be the primary option in the backcourt. He is a solid finisher (.478 FG percentage) but he doesnt shoot well from the free-throw line (.528) and took just four shots from beyond the arc all last season. Trey Davis (2.6 ppg, 2.5 apg) is the next man up at point guard and will become a starter after playing only 9.2 minutes per game in 33 contests in 2013-14. Lalanne (11.3 ppg, 7.9 rpg, 2.2 bpg) is a stud in the middle, with his ability to score, rebound and block shots. He is the major building block for the team, which has its sights set on a fourth straight 20-win campaign. Jabarie Hinds, a transfer from West Virginia, could be an important contributor as well. RICHMOND: Prior to a knee injury to Cedrick Lindsay last season, Richmond appeared to be a team from the A-10 destined for postseason play. However, Lindsay only played in 21 games, after which the Spiders fell apart, finishing with losses in five of their last six games to end with a record of 19-14 overall and no prospects to play beyond the A-10 Tournament. Richmond will have to get used to playing without Lindsay, as the senior graduated following last season. It is a scary thought, considering the squad ranked last in the league in scoring (66.5 ppg), assists (10.6 apg) and rebounds (32.5 rpg) last season. However, they also had the fewest turnovers in the conference (10.6 pg) and ranked second in scoring defense (65.2 ppg). With Anthony at the point once again, Richmond should continue to be careful with the ball and possibly begin scoring at a higher rate. Anthony netted 15.9 points per game himself, despite shooting just 38.7 percent from the field. ShawnDre Jones connected on 38.2 percent of his attempts from 3-point range, and will get a chance to be a primary scoring option as a starter. Terry Allen (10.2 ppg, 5.7 rpg) is another solid returning scorer, and one who did so while shooting efficiently from the field (.502). In the middle, Alonzo Nelson-Ododa (6.2 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 2.4 bpg) is an imposing force and there is even more depth from there. With consistent health and more players to work with, the Spiders should be in the thick of things this winter. RHODE ISLAND: There were only six players who played more than 20 minutes per game for the Rams last season. On top of that, there were only two more who played more than 10 minutes per game. So few players logging so many minutes meant the Rams were often gassed and unable to finish games, leading to a 14-18 overall mark and a 5-12 league ledger. Still, the 14 victories marked a six-win improvement from the previous season, the first under Dan Hurley. The rotation should be expanded this time around, especially considering four starters are back to go with some solid newcomers. E.C. Matthews (14.3 ppg, 4.3 apg, 2.3 apg) is now the go-to player for the squad. He wont be able to play off of Munford anymore, but that isnt necessarily the worst thing in the world. Matthews shot a better percentage than Munford and they had nearly identical marks in rebounds, assists and steals. It was an exceptional campaign for a freshman, who could be even better with a year of experience under his belt. T.J. Buchanan (5.8 ppg, 2.5 apg) and Biggie Minnis (4.7 ppg, 2.5 apg) will lend a hand in the backcourt. On the interior, the Rams have returning talent as well. Gilvydas Biruta (10.6 ppg, 7 rpg) led the team in rebounding last season and could develop into a consistent double-double threat. Sophomore Hassan Martin (6.3 ppg, 4.7 rpg) also possesses skill in the paint. One key will be limiting turnovers, as the Rams were last in the league in that category last season (14.1 tpg). SAINT JOSEPHS: This is year No. 20 for Phil Martelli as head coach at Saint Josephs. There have been plenty of high points during the first two decades of his tenure, including six NCAA Tournament appearances. However, last season the Hawks won the A-10 Tournament for just the second time since he took over in 1995. The title came in a banner year for the program, which finished 24-10 (its most wins since 2005) while entering the NCAA Tournament field for the first time since 2008. Getting back will be no small feat. Seniors Langston Galloway (17.7 ppg), Ronald Roberts Jr., (14.4 ppg, 7.4 rpg) and Halil Kanacevic (10.8 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 4.4 apg) were the main cogs for the Hawks. Martelli will now turn to DeAndre Bembry to be a leader. There are worse positions to be in, considering Bembry averaged 12.1 points per game as a freshmen. The 6-foot-6 forward has star written all over him. Chris Wilson (9.1 ppg) started in all 34 games last season, and provides some of the senior leadership Martelli is seeking. Papa Ndao (2.5 ppg) was the only player other than Galloway, Wilson, Bembry, Kanacevic and Roberts Jr. to start a game last season. He will get more opportunities this winter. Whoever fills out the starting lineup will need to maintain efficiency on offense. The Hawks led the A-10 in field goal percentage last season (.470). LA SALLE: Last year at this time La Salle was in a similar position to Dayton. The Explorers were coming off a stunning run in the NCAA Tournament and expectations were sky high. It all came crashing down for Dr. John Giannini and his team, which finished a game below .500 (15-16) following back-to-back 20-win seasons. Inefficient offensive play really sank the Explorers, who ranked 12th in the A-10 in both scoring (67.7 ppg) and field goal percentage (.413). Making sure the offense keeps running smoothly will be tough, as La Salles strength shifts from the backcourt to the frontcourt. Jerrell Wright (13.3 ppg, 6.6 rpg) and Steve Zack (8.8 ppg, 9.5 rpg, 1.9 bpg) are the leaders of the squad, following the departure of guards Tyreek Duren, Sam Mills and Tyrone Garland, who were the major players in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Wright finds ways to score in multiple ways, and Zack is a sturdy double-double threat. While the frontcourt is sturdy, Giannini needs to get a lot out of an inexperienced group of guards, led by redshirt freshman Amar Stukes and Auburn transfer Jordan Price (5.4 ppg). Rohan Brown (2 ppg) and Khalid Lewis (3 ppg) will receive an increase in playing time as well. DUQUESNE: Aside from a few sporadic seasons of success, Duquesne has been one of the worst teams in the A-10 for quite some time. The Dukes didnt change much last season, tallying an overall record of 13-17, while finishing 10th in the league standings (5-11). However, the Dukes did improve their win total by five games. Now in his third season, head coach Jim Ferry has to keep the upward trend going. It may seem like an impossible goal considering the team lost top scorer Ovie Soko (18.4 ppg), who also led the way in rebounds. However, Soko is the only starter not back on campus. Of the returning starters, Mason and McKoy are the most exciting. Mason (10.6 ppg, 3 apg) is a lights-out shooter, connecting on 56.6 percent from the floor, including a national-best 56 percent from 3-point range. He was also second on the team in assists behind Derrick Colter (9.1 ppg, 3.4 apg). Mason and Colters willingness to share the ball will be a key if Duquesne hopes to top the A-10 in assists again (15.2 apg). McKoy (9.7 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 1.2 bpg) will probably have quite a few double-doubles to his credit before the season ends. Jeremiah Jones (6.3 ppg) was also a starter in 2013-14, and he can play a number of spots on the floor despite his 6-foot-3 frame. SAINT LOUIS: It may seem unbelievable to think that the Billikens will finish in the bottom of the A-10 this season. After all, they have been to three straight NCAA Tournaments, tallied at least 26 wins in each of the last three campaigns, and are coming off back-to-back A-10 regular-season titles. However, Saint Louis did lose five of its last six games last season and now, without any starter from a year ago, the team is simply too inexperienced to expect the continued success, unless the rebuilding process goes exceptionally well. Jim Crews, now in his third season as head coach, will still put an emphasis on defense and ball control. The Billikens ranked 19th nationally in opponent field goal percentage and third in the A-10 in assists. Austin McBroom (7.3 ppg) will go from solid bench scorer, to primary offensive option now that he isnt behind Jordair Jett (13.9 ppg), Mike McCall Jr. (9.8 ppg), Dwayne Evans (14 ppg) and Rob Loe (10.3 ppg). Senior Grandy Glaze (3.8 ppg, 4.5 rpg) appeared in all 34 games as well, and he will be a starter now. Villanova transfer Ash Yacoubou is a decent 3-point shooter, and 6-foot-8 sophomore Tanner Lancona will find himself playing more meaningful minutes. ST. BONAVENTURE: Seniors Andell Cumberbatch and Ndoye give Mark Schmidt a nice inside-outside combination for the Bonnies. Cumberbatch (8.2 ppg) was a solid scorer in the backcourt and, assuming a jump in minutes (he played 22.9 per game last season), a leap in scoring production should be on the way. It will certainly be needed. Matthew Wright (16.2 ppg) and Charlon Kloof (11.8 ppg, 5 apg) were the top two scorers for the Bonnies last season, but both are gone. Wright and Kloofs scoring wont be all that the Bonnies need to replace. They also need to find some players to set up teammates, as Wright and Kloof combined for 8.2 assists per game. Cumberbatch could help in that area, while Jordan Gathers (8.2 ppg, 2.1 apg) is expected to be a prominent figure in the backcourt as well. Newcomers Marcus Posley and Iakeem Alston also figure to be in the mix at guard. Ndoye (10.2 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 2.2 bpg) holds down the fort in the frontcourt. He protects the rim well, but needs to become a better scorer and a more productive rebounder. The Bonnies had a record of 18-15 last season, but that included a 6-10 mark in league play. Expect the team to take a few steps back in overall production. GEORGE MASON: Paul Hewitt may be coaching for his job this season. It is a dire thought, considering the Patriots had at least 22 wins in Hewitts first two years at the helm. However, the wheels fell off in 2013-14, as George Mason finished at just 11-20 overall, its worst record since 1998 when it went just 9-18 in Jim Larranagas first season. Hewitts job would be a lot easier if Bryon Allen (15.4 ppg) and Sherrod Wright (15.6 ppg) were set to keep the offense on track, but both were lost to graduation. There is not a single double-digit scorer left on the roster. That will obviously change, with Holloway (8.7 ppg) the top candidate to be the guy. As a sophomore, Holloway did most of his damage off the bench, scoring in double figures 15 times last season, including a streak of seven straight games from Dec. 22-Jan. 11. Jalen Jenkins (7.2 ppg, 6 rpg) was thrust into a major role as a freshmen and he held his own, leading the team in rebounds. Erik Copes (4.4 ppg, 5.6 rpg) was also a decent contributor on the glass, but the Patriots really had trouble securing loose balls, ranking 12th in the A-10 (34.6 rpg). They were also 12th in turnovers (13.6 pg) and assists (10.9 apg). FORDHAM: Although they came in last in the A-10 last season (2-14, 10-21 overall), the Rams did feature one of the most explosive scoring duos in the conference. Only half of the combo is back, with sophomore Jon Severe (17.3 ppg) left behind by departed Branden Frazier (18.2 ppg, 4.3 apg). For Severe to take the next step, and for the Rams to start contending, he needs to become a more efficient shooter. He connected on only 33.1 percent of his shots from the floor a year ago, including 34.2 percent success from beyond the arc. Getting more help in the scoring department also is necessary. Mandell Thomas (11.9 ppg) is another scoring guard who will be expected to be more of a leader in this, his junior season. Ryan Rhoomes (6.3 ppg, 6.9 rpg) and Ryan Canty (3 ppg, 6.2 rpg) team up on the inside, while a number of imports, such as Nemanja Zarkovic (Serbia) and Dekeba Battee-Aston (Australia) give the Rams an international flair. Improved shooting and defensive pressure are areas in which Fordham needs to improve. The Rams were last in the A-10 in scoring defense (78 ppg) and field goal percentage (.393) last season. DAVIDSON: In the years to come, Davidson should become one of the better programs in the A-10. The Wildcats completely dominated the Southern Conference over the last 20 seasons, winning 13 regular-season titles. McKillop should make them a contender in the future, but the first season in a new league may be tough sledding, made no easier by the loss of two-time SoCon Player of the Year DeMon Brooks. Tom Droney and Chris Czerapowicz are other major pieces that need to be replaced up front. Andrew McAuliffe (2.3 ppg, 1.5 rpg) is the most experienced forward on the roster, but he isnt nearly as versatile as Brooks. Questions may litter the frontcourt, but the backcourt should still be solid. 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DETROIT -- Helio Castroneves celebrated in his signature style, climbing a fence, in the same place where he did it for the first time many years ago. Tytus Howard Jersey . Castroneves crew joined him above the track in front of roaring fans and it was fitting because his behind-the-scenes teammates helped him have his way with the competition. "I did not expect that," he said after easily winning the second Detroit Grand Prix race of the weekend Sunday, finishing 1.6836 seconds ahead of Penske Racing teammate Will Power. "They deserved it. "That was great to see them there." It was here in Detroit where Castroneves raced to the first of his 29 victories in 2000 and scaled the safety fence. And, the 39-year-old Brazilian is still winning and climbing with more composure. "I was able to hold my emotions better," he said. "I guess Im getting older." Team owner and unofficial race promoter Roger Penske was not a part of the fence-climbing celebration, but he had to be one of the happiest guys on Belle Isle because Castroneves and Power finished first and second. "You dream about these weekends," Penske said. "To be as strong as we were and see both guys in the winners circle." Castroneves lead was so large that when he made his final pit stop on Lap 49 he still was ahead when he got back on the track. The competition got closer after cautions led to restarts with seven and three laps left, but Castroneves could not be caught in part because Power did not want to risk ruining his teammates path to victory by possibly hitting him. "Because of Roger, I definitely wasnt going to race him hard," Power said. Castroneves has 29 IndyCar victories, tying Rick Mears for 11th on the career. "Oh, really?" Castroneves asked. "Wow. What an honour." Castroneves finished 0.060 seconds behind Ryan Hunter-Reay last week in the Indianapolis 500 in his bid to join Mears as a four-time winner in open-wheel racings signature event. Power won Saturday and played a big part in a sloppy start Sunday. He was penalized for avoidable contact on the opening lap, failing to turn right and causing Josef Newgarden to hit him from behind to trigger a three-car crash. That led to the first of two cautions within the first ten laps after a false start briefly delayed the race beginning. Despite a drive-through penalty, Power was able to pull into contention later in the race with aggressive moves. No one, though, was faster than Castroneves. Hunter-Reay, meanwhile, had a poor ending to a rough weekend after the biggest win of his career. He started 21st in the 22-car field on Saturday and Sunday because of crashes. Hunter-Reay ended the first race by crashing on the final lap and the second one did not last as long due to an electrical problem knocking him out after 61 laps. "You name it, we had the problem this weekend," he said. "Im just glad to be getting out of here." Hunter-Reay left Detroit -- heading to New York for an appearance Monday night with David Letterman -- without the IndyCar points lead. He entered the weekend with a 40-point lead on Power and exits it in third, 27 points behind Power and eight more behind Castroneves. "Major hit," Hunter-Reay acknowledged. Honda had dominated the Detroit Grand Prix the previous two years -- in the shadow of Chevys world headquarters -- and had the fastest car last week at the Indy 500. The engine manufacture did not fare better than fifth on Sunday with James Hinchcliffe following Charlie Kimball and Scott Dixon. Pole-sitter Takuma Sato was spun twice, dropping him to 18th. Andre Johnson Jersey . 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He had 30 points and 11 rebounds, shot 11-for-23 from the field and was lucky just to be on the floor for the decisive game. George took a few steps onto the court during a skirmish between teammate George Hill and the Hawks Mike Scott in Game 6. Traditionally, that has warranted a suspension, but a slight change in the language of the rule probably kept George from missing the critical contest. "This was a long series," said the Indiana All-Star. "Were happy to get over this hump and get ready for the next task, which is preparing for the Wizards." Roy Hibbert, the Pacers other All-Star this season, had his best game of the series on Saturday. He played sparingly in the later games of the series, but scored 13 points, grabbed seven rebounds and blocked five shots in Game 7. "You always feel for guys on your team that are struggling," said Pacers coach Frank Vogel. "You do what you can to push them or encourage them, challenge them when they need to. Its like your family, its like your children. You want the best for them. (It was) very gratifying to stay with him and then to see him step up the way he did." The Wizards have been home since Tuesday, which is a pretty lonng wait for a group that doesnt have a ton of postseason experience. Kahale Warring Jersey. "It is what it is," said Washington coach Randy Wittman. "Whether you like rest, or whether you want to keep going, we dont have a choice." The Wizards held the Bulls to an average of 90 points a game while being led by their dynamic young backcourt of All-Star John Wall and sharp-shooter Bradley Beal. Against Chicago, the leagues best defensive unit in terms of scoring, Wall averaged 18.8 points and 6.8 assists. Beal led the Wizards with 19.8 points on 45 percent shooting from long range. "The main thing is to focus in and know what this team is capable of," said Wall after dispatching the Bulls. Defense is Indianas calling card. The Pacers finished second in the NBA in opponents scoring during the regular season and first in opponents field- goal percentage. The Wizards werent shabby on the defensive side of the ball either. They tied for eighth in the league in fewest points allowed and actually rank first in that category so far during the postseason. The two teams have never met in the postseason and Indiana has owned this series in recent history. The Pacers won two of three this season against Washington, both at home, but the dominance extends far past the 2013-14 campaign. Indiana has won 11 of the last 13 matchups and 15 of the last 19. The Wizards wont be intimidated playing in Indiana, despite being winless in their last 12 trips there, a span dating back to April 2007. Washington took all three road contests in the series against the Bulls. Game 2 will be Wednesday night in Indianapolis. 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  Danny Willett combined practice for the Valspar Championship with speaking to Sky Spo
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Danny Willett combined practice for the Valspar Championship with speaking to Sky Sports commentator Wayne Riley about his dream start to the year and the prospect of missing the Masters next month. Aaron Lynch Jersey . Willett was quizzed by Radar about rising under the radar to 11th in the world rankings, and the Sheffield star expressed his delight that all his hard work off the course is paying handsome dividends.As the 28-year-old played the 11th at Innisbrook during the pro-am, he also defended his decision to miss the first major of the year unless his wife has already delivered their first child. Wayne Riley walks the Valspar Championship course with Danny Willett Nicole Willett is due to give birth during the week of the Masters, and Danny is happy to give the event top priority over treading the hallowed fairways of Augusta National.People are very small-minded to think that a golf tournament is bigger than the birth of your first child, said the Ryder Cup hopeful, who collected his fourth European Tour title at the Dubai Desert Classic last month.Watch the video to see Willett walking and talking with Radar at the Valspar Championship, and dont miss live coverage over the weekend on Sky Sports 4 - your home of golf. Also See: Radar on the Snake Pit Willett celebrates Dubai win Golf live on Sky Sports 4 World Rankings Trey Burton Jersey . MacLean clocked 8:24.91 seconds, eclipsing the previous mark of 8:27.59 set by Brittany Reimer of Victoria at the 2005 FINA World Championships in Montreal. MacLean and Tabitha Baumann of Ottawa -- second in 8:32.37 -- both went under the qualifying standard to be nominated to the Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacific teams. Roquan Smith Jersey .com) - It may just be the right place and the right opponent for the Detroit Red Wings to snap their longest losing streak of the season. http://www.authenticfootballshopbears.co...ersey.aspx . -- The taxing preseason, which included two games in China, is finally over.MINNEAPOLIS - The Minnesota Twins have filled out their field staff by hiring Butch Davis as first base coach.Davis spent the last 20 seasons with the Baltimore Orioles organization. His instructional responsibilities with the Twins will include outfield play as well as baserunning and bunting. Davis appeared in 166 major league games from 1983-94, with the Royals, Pirates, Orioles, Dodgers and Rangers. Chicago Bears Jerseys. This will be his first major league coaching job.Davis was the field coach for Double-A Bowie the last two years. He spent most of his time with the Orioles with their Double-A and Triple-A clubs.The team made the announcement on Monday. Cheap Celtics Jerseys Wholesale Nets Jerseys Cheap Knicks Jerseys Cheap Stitched 76ers Jerseys Raptors Jerseys China Cheap Bulls Jerseys Wholesale Cavaliers Jerseys Pistons Jerseys China Pacers Jerseys China Cheap Bucks Jerseys Online Wholesale Hawks Jerseys Cheap Hornets Jerseys Wholesale Heat Jerseys Cheap Magic Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Wizards Jerseys Nuggets Jerseys China Timberwolves Jerseys China Cheap Thunder Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Blazers Jerseys Wholesale Jazz Jerseys Cheap Warriors Jerseys For Sale Cheap Clippers Jerseys Lakers Jerseys China Wholesale Suns Jerseys Cheap Kings Jerseys Authentic Cheap Mavericks Jerseys Rockets Jerseys China Cheap Grizzlies Jerseys Wholesale Pelicans Jerseys Spurs Jerseys China ' ' '

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  Flying high with the backing of Angry Birds, Finland received a wild card for the Wor
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Flying high with the backing of Angry Birds, Finland received a wild card for the World Cup of Basketball on Saturday in a decision criticized for being more about business than basketball. Perry Kitchen Jersey . Traditional contenders Brazil, Greece and Turkey drew the other three spots to complete the 24-team field for this summers tournament in Spain, basketball governing body FIBA announced Saturday at its meeting in Barcelona. The draw is Monday. Greece is ranked fifth in the world and the only team to beat the U.S. since Mike Krzyzewski became coach in 2005. Turkey is ranked seventh and was runner-up to the Americans in the 2010 world championship. Brazil, which will host the 2016 Olympics, is No. 10. Finland is only 39th, the only one of the 12 teams since 2006 to receive a wild card that wasnt in the top 24. But it had the support of Rovio, the Finnish company behind the popular Angry Birds games that had agreed to provide advertising if Finland was selected. "We are fully aware that despite our strong athletic results and fan support, we need to think creatively about how we can truly show our strength to FIBA and the basketball world," Antti Zitting, president of the Finnish Basketball Association said Thursday in a release announcing Rovios support. "As a small Northern country we cannot deliver the same type of TV audience as some other nations, but thanks to Angry Birds, we can offer an engagement platform that no other country can match." FIBA lists economic aspects among the criteria for wild cards, which became part of the organizations biggest tournament in 2006. Secretary general Patrick Baumann noted Finlands recent success on the court but also its potential off it in a statement about the decision, citing the Finns four victories over top-15 teams at the 2013 European championships and their strong fan support. "The Finns are enjoying massive support with their fans travelling in big numbers to their games," Baumann said. "The current growth of Finnish basketball is the result of a solid long-term strategy being executed by the Finnish Basketball Association and still has a lot of potential for development." Russia, the 2012 Olympic bronze medallist , China, Canada, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Israel, Italy, Nigeria, Poland, Qatar and Venezuela were the other countries that had applied for wild cards. Italy and Germany had previously withdrawn their bids and China, which was considered a leading candidate to get one because of its population and passion for basketball, did Saturday morning. FIBA also announced it had lifted a ban on Senegal and would allow it to be in the tournament. Jordan Morris Jersey . Mark Teahen scored the go-ahead run in the home seventh on an error by Scott Sizemore, who had knotted the game with a solo homer in the previous half- inning. Paul Konerko then hit an RBI single which proved to be the winning run. Paul Arriola Jersey . 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James, from Bath, Ont., opened with a 5-under 30 on the front-nine that was highlighted by four straight birdies over the eighth, ninth, tenth and eleventh holes at Craigowan Golf and Country Club. Eric Lichaj Jersey. Sitting at 12-under 201 for the championship, a win on Friday would be the biggest title of her career. "I putted well but I hit the ball pretty close too, which made it a lot easier," James said. "I made a few putts that you dont expect to make everyday." Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., and Australias Su-Hyun Oh were tied for second. Henderson, the defending champion, had a 70, and Oh shot 67. The winner will receive spots in the Canadian Womens Open and U.S. Womens Amateur. 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  BEREA, Ohio - Unlike most Clevelanders, Brian Hoyer didnt jump up and down or cheer w
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BEREA, Ohio - Unlike most Clevelanders, Brian Hoyer didnt jump up and down or cheer when he heard the Browns drafted Johnny Manziel. Derrick Nnadi Chiefs Jersey . Hoyer shrugged and got ready to fight for his job. "It was almost a sense of relief when he was drafted," he said, "because I knew exactly right then and there what it was going to be." Its going to be a quarterback battle unlike anything Cleveland has seen before. Hoyer, the hometown kid and incumbent starter, and Manziel — the college football superstar with the larger-than-life persona, catchy nickname and Heisman Trophy — were on the field together Wednesday, the second day of organized team activities. With roughly 60 media members lining the fields and focused on the two QBs every move, Hoyer and Manziel went through passing drills and took turns behind centre in a competition expected to last several months. Afterward, Hoyer said he and Manziel are developing a "working relationship" and joked the pair are getting along splendidly. "I was thinking about sending him a birthday card," Hoyer quipped. Hoyer, though, understands what under first-year coach Mike Pettine meant about the quarterback competition being somewhat heated. "I totally get it," he said. "I dont think were in there not being friendly. But when youre gunning for the same job, there is a little bit of an edge to it." The Browns are expecting Manziel to challenge Hoyer, who is coming off right knee surgery. The team has made it clear that Hoyer is the starter and will remain so unless Manziel can beat him out. This is nothing new to Hoyer, who tore his anterior cruciate ligament last season. Hoyer has been battling for a job since he joined the NFL, only this time hes the one that others are gunning for. "It does feel different because as of right now Im the top guy, and before Ive always been coming from behind," Hoyer said. "My mentality has never really changed." Manziel did not speak to reporters after practice, but several Browns players were asked about their famous new teammate, the scrambling magician known as Johnny Football. The former Texas A&M star fell in the first round before Cleveland traded up to take him with the No. 22 overall pick. So far, Manziel has kept his head buried in his playbook. "Johnny has done a good job of being a rookie, keeping his mouth shut," Pro Bowl left tackle Joe Thomas said. "Rookies are supposed to be seen and not heard, which is what hes done." Hoyer waited four seasons for his chance to start. After spending three years in New England as Tom Bradys backup, he made one start in Arizona before he bounced around and signed as a free agent with Cleveland last May. Hoyer was prepared for the Browns to draft a quarterback. He never expected to be handed anything, and not once did he consider asking for a trade. "No, never," he said. "I knew, even going back to last summer, that this was the place that I wanted to be, and it ended up working out and I got back here, and then I got a chance to play. This is my hometown. This is where my familys from. This is where I want to make a difference. Ill never shy away from competition, and its something I had prepared myself for." Hoyer and Manziel each had good moments during the nearly two-hour workout, which Pettine kept open to the media after limiting access for last weeks rookie minicamp. Hoyer, wearing a knee brace but moving without any problems, made the days best pass, completing a long touchdown to wide receiver Conner Vernon. Manziels final pass got batted down, but he showed some of the moves that made him a household name. Still, hes got work to do. "Its just like any other rookie, that hes just inconsistent," Pettine said. "A lot of its the mental part of it. Hes more worrying about getting the formation right, making sure the motions correct and hes got the cadence. Then hes got to worry about where guys are. Once all that stuff becomes second nature a little bit, hell be a lot more comfortable. "He flashed some things that made him kind of who he is, the ability to make plays on his feet." NOTES: Pro Bowl WR Josh Gordon practiced as he awaits a possible league suspension. Gordon declined comment. ... WR Miles Austin said he called former Browns QB Bernie Kosar to ask for permission to wear No. 19. "I never wanted to step on anyones toes," Austin said. "I thought it was the right thing to do." ... Pettine would not discuss injuries to several players, including starting DT Ahtyba Rubin, who was not on the field. ... OG Garrett Gilkey exchanged a few punches with rookie DT Calvin Barnett, whose helmet was ripped off during the fracas. Custom Chiefs Jerseys . As deep as their roster is, they need their superstar. Rose scored 23 points in his return from a five-game absence due to back pain, and Chicago hung on to beat the struggling Atlanta Hawks 90-79 on Monday. Chad Henne Jersey . The former central defender calmly nodded it down and quietly went about celebrating a win with his staff. For a man who has had a lot on his shoulders this season, it was an appropriate moment. http://www.thechiefsshoponline.com/Youth...fs-Jersey/ . -- Ryan Millers debut for the St. WINNIPEG -- New head coach Paul Maurice has liked what hes seen so far from Winnipeg Jets rookies Jacob Trouba and Mark Scheifele. The pair of freshmen scored all three goals for the Jets in a 3-2 overtime win over the visiting Edmonton Oilers, boosting Maurices record to 3-0 since taking over for the fired Claude Noel on Jan. 12. "Theyre good players," said Maurice, adding that he doesnt really look at the franchises first two No. 1 draft picks since moving from Atlanta as rookies. "Theres not like a kiddie section in our locker room." Trouba, a 19-year-old defenceman, tied the game in the third period and scored in overtime for Winnipeg (22-23-5), while Scheifele, a 20-year-old centre, gave the Jets a 2-1 lead midway through the third. Jordan Eberle and David Perron scored for the Oilers (15-30-6), who finished 0-4 on a Central Division road trip that saw them outscored 17-8. After nearly scoring himself, Jets winger Blake Wheeler found Trouba alone in front of the net for the winning goal 1:10 into overtime. "Nobody really got down when we got down a goal," said Trouba, who couldnt recall ever scoring an overtime winner or scoring twice in a game. "I dont do that very often." The Oilers forced extra time when Perron redirected a Jeff Petry point shot with two minutes remaining to make it 2-2 on just the fifth Edmonton shot of the third period. Perron said the game would have played out much differently had the Oilers been able to add to their 1-0 lead. "I had a breakaway in the first," he said. "I would like to have that one back, probably." Trouba had tied the game at 5:48 of the third with a short-handed goal when Bryan Little carried the puck down the left wing, went around a sprawling Petry, and found the rookie defenceman in the low slot. It was the league-worst ninth short-handed goal allowed by the Oilers this season. "They were both spectacular plays," Trouba said of the setups from Little and Wheeler. "Youve just got to get the puck to those kind of players and theyll find you." Little and Maurice spoke of the Jets willingness to stay patient despite trailing by a goal. "We didnt want to take too many chances and too many risks yet," Little said. "It was just a one-goal game. We were waiting for our opportunities, and it happened to come when we were shoorthanded. Anthony Hitchens Jersey. " Then Scheifele fought through a check along the boards, cut to the front of the net and banged home his own rebound to make it 2-1, his ninth goal of the season, at 10:37 of the third period. Oilers coach Dallas Eakins was encouraged by the fight his team showed after finding itself down a goal. "We were fine early," Eakins said, "and then as the game wears on and as the game gets harder and harder we dont have that strength to quite sustain it for the full 60 minutes." Ondrej Pavelec stopped 20-of-22 shots for Winnipeg, while Ilya Bryzgalov made 36 saves for Edmonton. Eberle opened the scoring for the Oilers on the power play at 6:59 of the second period with his 16th goal of the season. Eberle took a pass from Ryan Nugent-Hopkins below the left faceoff dot and beat Pavelec high to the glove side. The Jets came close in the first 40 minutes, outshooting the Oilers 24-16 through two periods, but couldnt beat Bryzgalov. The Jets had an 11-8 edge in shots after a scoreless first period that saw each team fail to score on a pair of power plays. Newly acquired Oilers forward Matt Hendricks took a puck to the ear midway through the period and went to the locker-room, but returned to the game shortly after. Wheeler was shaken up after taking an elbow to the head from Taylor Hall, but didnt miss a shift. Some were expecting the bad blood to carry over from the teams previous meeting, a 6-2 Edmonton win on Dec. 23 in which the Jets racked up 78 penalty minutes. But there was little action after the whistle until a short third-period scrap between Hendricks and Jets defenceman Mark Stuart. The Oilers return home for three games, beginning Tuesday against Vancouver. The Jets, meanwhile, face a difficult two-game Californian road trip with games Tuesday in Anaheim and Thursday in San Jose. Notes: Oilers forward Nail Yakupov, who left Thursdays game with a head injury, was a scratch. Teammate Ales Hemsky missed a second straight game with a foot injury. a Jets winger Evander Kane missed his fourth consecutive game with a hand injury suffered during a fight in the final seconds of a game against Tampa Bay on Jan. 7. a Winnipegs experiment with Dustin Byfuglien at forward continued for a fourth game. Regularly a defenceman, the 28-year-old Byfuglien was playing in his 500th career NHL game. 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  TORONTO – Three-and-a-half hours before Wednesdays series finale with the Yankees, th
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TORONTO – Three-and-a-half hours before Wednesdays series finale with the Yankees, the Blue Jays issued a surprising media release announcing the demotion of Kevin Pillar to Triple-A Buffalo. Juan Lagares Jersey . This is far from an earth-shattering move, Pillar was the 25th-man, but the shock lies in his return to the Bisons just 48 hours after his latest recall and in the reasons why hes Buffalo-bound. Pillar and Anthony Gose were supposed to be the right-field platoon while Jose Bautista recovers from a mild strain of his left hamstring. The contract of outfielder Brad Glenn, a 23rd-round pick in 2009, has been purchased. “Were looking for a little more sock from the right side,” said manager John Gibbons. “Weve got three left-handed pitchers coming in from the White Sox and Glenn, hes been on fire down there, as well. So this is his opportunity.” When pressed for more, Gibbons acknowledged Pillars behaviour in the eighth inning of Tuesday nights game played a part in the decision. The score was 6-6 at the time. The Jays had loaded the bases with one out. Pillar was due up but the Yankees flame-throwing set-up man, Dellin Betances, was on the mound. Gibbons pinch hit Anthony Gose. Pillar reacted. He stormed into the dugout. Footage shows him angrily tossing his helmet and ripping off his batting gloves as he walked from Gibbonss end of the dugout to the other. He then tossed his bat, underhanded, down the tunnel leading to the clubhouse. “It didnt help him at all,” said Gibbons. “This is a team game, you know. Theres no room for selfish play. But weve been thinking about Glenn for a while now, anyway.” Glenn has given the Blue Jays plenty to ponder. In 113 at-bats with Buffalo since his promotion from Double-A New Hampshire, the 27-year-old has hit .381/.421/.575 with four home runs and eight doubles among his 43 hits. To make room for Glenn on the 40-man roster, the Blue Jays designated infielder Jonathan Diaz for assignment. THE OUTSIDE CORNER Play a baseball game and inevitably someone will have something to say about the home plate umpires strike zone. Pitchers and hitters develop reputations, to the positive or negative, which can influence the way the game is called. What goes less noticed is how one pitch called incorrectly can affect the remainder of an at-bat. Take Colby Rasmuss three-pitch, caught-looking strikeout in the second inning of Tuesday nights 7-6 win over the Yankees. The first pitch was a David Phelps cut fastball off the outside corner of the plate for a called strike. This is the pitch that changed the at-bat. Pitch two: A knuckle-curve Rasmus fouled off. Pitch three: A cut fastball on the inside corner. The pitch crossed the plate, therefore it was a strike. The correct call was made. The problem: Rasmus was forced to adjust his approach after the first pitch to account for the wide strike zone. “Colbys told me he starts getting bigger to protect and then he starts chasing balls all over the place,” said hitting coach Kevin Seitzer. “I said, ‘Do not change your zone and if they call it, they call it, but you cant change your zone. Do not expand. If they throw three out there and get called, come back and sit down by me.” When pressed for comment, Rasmus politely declined. Good move on his part - he doesnt need the trouble. Adam Lind has also fallen victim to calls off the outside corner. Its common around the game, certainly not exclusive to the Blue Jays. “They both have really good eyes and they look for pitches on the plate and thats what theyre geared to do mentally and I dont want that to change with any of our hitters,” said Seitzer. “Its just a part of the way games always been. (Umpires) are human. Theyre not perfect. Theyre going to make mistakes. You cant expect them to be perfect but I dont want our hitters to change their zone ever in any way, shape or form.” Both Rasmus and Lind have laid-back personalities. Its rare to see either be demonstrative with an umpire. Seitzer appreciates their respectful approach, but he wants them to converse. If a pitch was off the plate, hes encouraged Rasmus and Lind to let the umpire know. Seitzer will accept from his hitters called third strikes on pitches out of the zone. He firmly believes Rasmus, whos prone to the swing-and-miss, having struck out in 33.5 per cent of his plate appearances this season, ends up offering at pitches he otherwise wouldnt due to frustration. Seitzers been a sounding board for his frustrated charges. “All I can do is be supportive,” said Seitzer. “Youve got a great eye. Its not a pitch you want to go on, so you cant go. And you cant even think that theyre going to go back out there because of what happens there, you get locked up on paint inside.” LINDS FOOT Adam Lind fouled a pitch off his right toe in the seventh inning of Tuesday nights game. “Ouch. Thats what I said,” said Lind. Surely he must have cussed? “It was more just deep breaths.” Lind returned to the starting lineup on Monday for the first time since fouling a pitch off the top of his right foot on June 14 in Baltimore. He had three pinch-hit appearances in the seven games in between. Linds wearing a guard on his shin, which extends to the top of his foot. In Wednesday nights series finale versus the Yankees, Lind made his first start at first base since suffering the injury. TOLLESONS EYE Blue Jays utility infielder Steve Tolleson is dealing with an eye problem that cropped up on the last road trip. Hes got dryness and blurriness, especially in his right eye.Tolleson had laser eye surgery five years ago, but its unclear if this is a factor in any way.Hell be seeing a cornea specialist on Thursday, marking a fourth-straight day that hell see an eye doctor of some description. Amed Rosario Jersey . Darren Collison and Blake Griffin scored 23 points apiece and the Clippers beat the Suns 112-108 Wednesday night, their fourth win in a row and 17th in the last 19 games. Lenny Dykstra Jersey .com) - Lloyd Sam struck in stoppage time on Wednesday as Red Bull New York hung on for a crucial 1-0 win over Atlantic Cup rivals D. http://www.metsrookiestore.com/Mets-Dwig...ds-Jersey/ . When Reyes signed a US$106-million, six-year deal with Miami last month, there was speculation Ramirez was unhappy about being supplanted at short. But new manager Ozzie Guillen sold Ramirez on the idea.SYDNEY, Australia -- Ange Postecoglou has been hired as head coach of the Socceroos in a five-year deal that could involve two World Cups. The 48-year-old Postecoglou, who led Brisbane Roar to two domestic A-League titles before moving to Melbourne Victory last year, is the first Australian head coach of the Socceroos since Frank Farina in 2005. Holger Osieck, a German, was fired earlier this month after back-to-back 6-0 defeats to Brazil and France, despite helping Australia qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil Football Federation Australia chairman Frank Lowy confirmed the widely expected appointment of Postecoglou on Wednesday, announcing a deal running through the 2014 World Cup, the 2015 Asian Cup and qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup. Postecoglou, who migrated to Australia from Greece with his family when he was five and played four times for the Socceroos, will be in charge for the international friendly against Costa Rica on Nov. 19. "I was proud to represent my country as a player and I have the same immense feeling of pride today," Postecoglou said. "The Socceroos belong to the people of this nation. Its my job to make sure we represent all thats good in Australian football." Australia narrowwly missed out on qualifying for the 2002 World Cup and then, with Dutchman Guus Hiddink at the helm, qualified for Germany 2006 and reached the second round before a contentious defeat to eventual champion Italy. Steven Matz Jersey. Pim Verbeek was the next full-time coach, but his tenure ended with Australias disappointing first-round exit at South Africa 2010. Osieck got the Australians through qualifying for Brazil, but the Socceroos playing stocks and rankings have plummeted since the so-called "golden era" in 2006 and theres been constant criticism domestically about a lack of regeneration in the national team. Lowy made no secret of the fact an Australian candidate would be preferred to replace Osieck and drew up a shortlist including Postecoglou, who was national youth coach from 2000-2007, and Graham Arnold, who was interim Socceroos coach in 2007 between the contracts of Hiddink and Verbeek. "I have never taken the view that the coach should be an Australian for the sake of having an Australian," Lowy said Wednesday. "I have always believed we should get the best person we can for the job. "The fact that Ange is the best qualified, and an Australian, achieves our objective." 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  ATLANTA -- Kyle Korver said Atlanta coach Mike Budenholzer "laid into us" at halftime
Posted by: zhanjiao1212 - 05-06-2019, 06:16 AM - Forum: BANSER - No Replies

ATLANTA -- Kyle Korver said Atlanta coach Mike Budenholzer "laid into us" at halftime. Kenny Young Jersey . The response from Korver and the Hawks, especially in the third quarter, earned postgame praise from the first-year coach. Korver scored 24 points, including a trio of 3-pointers in a third-quarter stretch that gave Atlanta the lead, and the Hawks overcame Kevin Loves 43 points to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 120-113 on Saturday night. Korver hit each of his four shots and had 12 points in the third, when the Hawks outscored the Timberwolves 38-21. "I thought the guys responded," Korver said. "Obviously, it was a great third quarter for us. Hopefully he doesnt have to talk to us like that all the time. It worked tonight." Budenholzer said defence sparked Atlantas comeback from an 11-point deficit in the second period. "I think the third quarter tonight was something we can reference going forward on how we want to play, particularly defensively, to hold them to 21 points in a quarter with the way they can score," Budenholzer said. Budenholzer said guard DeMarre Carroll, who had 19 points, "set a defensive tone for us and I think everybody else follows that." Paul Millsap, guarded by Love much of the night in a matchup of All-Stars, had 20 points and 13 rebounds before fouling out late in the game. Even with the dominant third quarter, the Hawks had to hold on late. A jam by Minnesotas Corey Brewer with 2:55 remaining cut Atlantas lead to 107-104. Jeff Teague, who had 19 points, drove for a layup and Carrolls free throws pushed the lead to seven points. Loves 3-pointer again trimmed the margin to three before Atlantas Gustavo Ayon banked in an unlikely scoop shot to thwart the comeback attempt. Love, who grabbed 19 rebounds while playing with a sore left ankle, had 21 points in the final period and finished two points shy of his season high. "I didnt even know I had (43) to be honest," Love said. "I think (Kevin Martin) told me after the game. I was just trying to get us back in the game by any means. My teammates set me up with a lot of good shots but, yeah, a loss right now, its just tough." Love said the Timberwolves missed centre Nikola Pekovic, who sat out his third straight game with bursitis in his right ankle. Pekovic could have been especially important against the undersized Hawks. "To not have Peck in a game like this, really the last (three) games, its really tough, just because he takes up so much space," Love said. "Youre having to make up for 20 points and 10 rebounds." Martin had 17 points for the Timberwolves (23-24), who fell under .500 with their second straight loss. Korver, guarded closely by Brewer much of the game, missed his only 3-point attempt in the first half. Korver finally broke free to sink his first 3 with 7:32 remaining in the third quarter for a 60-all tie, extending his NBA record to 115 consecutive games with a 3. Korver added another 3-pointer about a minute later and sank his third with 4:20 remaining in the quarter, giving Atlanta a 73-62 lead. "Once he got one, its tough," Brewer said. "I tried to chase him and make it tough on him all night. ... But hes a great shooter. He has the record for a reason." Minnesota opened the final period with quick 3s by J.J. Barea and Alexey Shved to trim Atlantas lead to 86-81. Barea was ejected with 6:43 remaining. He was called for a technical foul on Minnesotas end of the court and argued his case at the other end, stepping inside the 3-point arc before finally being tossed as Korver was setting up for a free throw. NOTES: Millsap fouled out with 4:19 remaining. ... 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  Shenzhen Jingbang Hardware Electronic Co., Ltd
Posted by: cyylyy1 - 04-26-2019, 12:34 AM - Forum: BANSER - Replies (8)

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