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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 12:47 pm    Post subject: Player University/Jr A Club Edmonton (from MIN) M Reply with quote

NEW ORLEANS - Injuries and illness across New Orleans roster provided Daruis Miller a chance to play extended minutes with his old Kentucky teammate, Anthony Davis. They did a lot of winning together in college, and Wednesday nights game against an NBA playoff contender was no different. Davis had 16 points, 13 rebounds and six blocks while Miller capped a 16-point outing with a pair of clutch jumpers, and the under-manned Pelicans won their fourth straight, 98-96 over the Los Angeles Clippers. "I just knew I had an opportunity. I wanted to come out and play aggressively," said Miller, whose nearly 29 minutes of action were more than double his season average of 11.8. "I just so happened to have a good game. I think everybody did, though. Everybody stepped up and thats the reason why we won." Millers 3 made it 95-90, and his 16-foot jumper coming off a screen to the left of the foul line gave the Pelicans a 97-92 lead with 47 seconds left. Anthony Morrow, also playing extended minutes, scored 27 points, while reserve centre Alexis Ajinca added 14 points and 11 rebounds. "We beat a team thats got a chance to win a title," Pelicans coach Monty Williams said. "I cant say enough about our group. It felt like a playoff game in there tonight." Jamal Crawford scored 31 for the Clippers, but narrowly missed a couple late 3-point attempts, including one as time expired that could have won it. "We didnt execute the play," Clippers coach Doc Rivers said of the final seconds. "But the game didnt come down to the final play. I really thought (New Orleans) deserved to win. "If we had won, I would have taken it, but sometimes the basketball gods punish you for messing around and I though thats what we did." Former New Orleans star Chris Paul had 12 assists, but set a Clippers record for shooting futility by missing all 12 of his attempts from the field. His only points came on two foul shots. "If I go 0 for 15 or 0 for 20 and we win, I could care less," said Paul, whose team had won nine of its previous 10 games to get within striking distance of the second playoff seed in the Western Conference. "Its more than this game. Its about playing the right way going into the playoffs." Blake Griffin had 21 points, including a late off-balance floater as he was fouled with 10.5 seconds left. But he missed the following free throw that could have tied it. Davis rebounded the miss, but clanked a free throw on the other end, giving Los Angeles one more chance to tie or win. Davis scored 10 of his points in the second half, including a two-handed dunk in which he sprung toward the hoop from right side of the lane too quickly for DeAndre Jordan to respond. Davis also took on Griffin with confidence, rising over him to score on one end and alter his shots on the other. "AD wanted to prove that he and Blake are on the same level," Williams said. Jordan had 11 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks, but lamented, "We didnt play defence in the first half. We gave them a lot of confidence and when that happens its hard to turn guys off." Pelicans guard Eric Gordon missed his third straight game with left knee tendinitis, while point guards Brian Roberts (bruised left knee) and Austin Rivers (upper respiratory infection) were also out. That forced Williams to start shooting guard Tyreke Evans at point guard, with Miller, normally a small forward, also playing some minutes at guard. Evans finished with 10 points and nine assists. "Its like MASH unit," Williams said. "Were sitting there looking at the guys go through warm-ups this morning and it didnt look good. So we brought the guys together and just talked to them about, Just compete at a high level." New Orleans managed to keep pace with Los Angeles in part because Paul kept missing and didnt score until hitting two free throws with 2:52 left in the third quarter. "Chris started pressing a little bit," Rivers said. "He was trying to get going, which you want him to do. Just keep doing it in the realm of the offence." Notes: The Clippers went 13 of 30 from 3-point range. They won the previous 33 games in which theyd made at least nine 3s. ... The Pelicans victory was their first over the Clippers in four games this season. They wont meet again. ... New Orleans reached 10 blocks in a game for the 10th time this season, most in the NBA. Nike boty Youth Air Max 2015-Rose růžový černé . - Logan Couture made sure the San Jose Sharks did the scoring in the third period for a change. Nike Free 3.0 Flyknit 2015 .com) - Quinn Cook scored 24 points to power 10th- ranked Duke to a 79-69 win over No. http://www.czechbotyshop.com/panske-nike-air-max-thea-print-natural-cerne-fluorescent-zelena-beh-boty.html .com) - Northern Iowa running back David Johnson has made a career of playing his best games in the biggest games. Air Max 90 Dámské . The visitors failed to create any chances of note until Nuri Sahin tested Braunschweig keeper Daniel Davari with a well-placed free kick in the 28th minute. Aubameyang opened the scoring three minutes later, when Robert Lewandowski played a one-two with Marco Reus and lifted the ball over the outrushing goalkeeper for him to head into the unguarded net. Dámské Nike Air Max Tailwind 7-černé/nachový boty . - John Elway is looking for a new coach after agreeing to part ways with John Fox following Denvers latest playoff meltdown.First Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Edmonton (from MIN) Ben McIntosh Drexel University Rochester (from VAN) Jeremy Noble University of Denver Minnesota (from NE via EDM) Miles Thompson University at Albany Colorado Eli McLaughlin Coquitlam Minnesota (from BUF) Shane MacDonald Brampton New England (from TOR via CGY) Mark Cockerton University of Virginia Colorado (from EDM) Robert Hope Pfeiffer University New England (from CGY) Quinn Powless Six Nations Buffalo (from ROC via VAN) Brandon Goodwin Adelphi University Second Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Minnesota Joe Maracle Six Nations New England (from VAN via ROC) Rodd Squire Six Nations Vancouver (from NE via BUF) Conrad Chapman Nanaimo Edmonton (from COL) Adam Shute New England College Buffalo Matthew Bennett Brampton New England (from TOR) Matt Crough Dowling College Calgary (from EDM via BUF via COL) Tyson Roe Concordia U. Wisconsin New England (from CGY via TOR) Alex Buque American International College Buffalo (from ROC via NE) Tyler Ferreira Dowling College Edmonton (Compensatory) Tyler Melnyk Marquette University Third Round Team Player University/Jr A Club New England (from MIN) Josh Johnson Six Nations Vancouver Brandon Clelland Orangeville New England Sheldon Burns Dowling College Vancouver (from COL via ROC) Dan Keane University of Delaware Buffalo Jordan Dance Orangeville Vancouver (from TOR) Jakob Doucet New Westminster New England (from EDM via CGY) Ty Thompson University at Albany Rochester (froom CGY via NE) Brier Jonathan Six Nations New England (from ROC) Connor Campbell Brampton Fourth Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Minnesota Eric Guiltinan Brampton Vancouver Matt Delmonico Seton Hill New England Mike Mawdsley Sacred Heart U.dddddddddddd Colorado Zach Rogers Providence College Toronto (from BUF) Brandon Benn Johns Hopkins New England (from TOR) Jayson Crawford Halton Hills Edmonton (from EDM via MIN) Matt MacGrotty Bryant University Calgary Pat Henry Calgary Mountaineers Rochester Ian Martin Six Nations Fifth Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Minnesota Pat Miles New England College Vancouver DJ Saari Coquitlam Minnesota (from NE) Paxton Leroux Peterborough Colorado DJ Giacobbo Canisius College Colorado (from BUF) Terry Ellis University at Denver Toronto Jordan Robertson Whitby Edmonton Chad Mitchell Bellarmine University Calgary Cam Gardner Bellarmine University Rochester Anthony Patterson Six Nations Sixth Round Team Player University/Jr A Club Edmonton (from MIN) Mitch McAvoy Mercyhurst University Vancouver Steve Ferdinandi New Westminster Buffalo (from NE) Mike Melnychenko Chestnut Hill Colorado Mike Crampton U.S. Air Force Academy Toronto (from BUF) Brady Haseltine Mercyhurst University Toronto Darryl Robertson Whitby Edmonton Mike Digeralmo Edmonton Outlaws Calgary Andrew Smistad Marquette University Rochester Zach Williams Six Nations Rebels Cheap China Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China China NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '
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