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May 14, 2020
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The ‘Team LeBron’ takes a Star Party turned into a tribute to Kobe Bryant

first_imgThe ‘Team LeBron’ shone at the beginning and the endUnder the new format, the first three quarters were “individual” and the LeBron Team began overwhelming with a partial 53-41, in which Leonard showed his best starter inspiration, which allowed the first $ 100,000 donation to be taken.But Team Antetokounmpo reacted in the second and returned the coin with another dominant partial of 51-30, which gave them the donation of $ 100,000. Then came the third period and equality was present with a final score of 41, which resulted in the donation of $ 100,000 left for the team that won the match.Under the new format, and in homage to Bryant, the so-called “Incessor Objective” was established, which would be the sum of 24 points to the best of the three quarters that had one of the two teams, which corresponded to the Giannis Team that finished with 133 points (157), for 124 of Team LeBron, led by Lakers coach Frank Vogel.In this way, the fourth period, which eliminated the 24-second possession clock and there were no commercial cuts, served for the two teams to fight for the victory with the goal of reaching 157 points first.The LeBron Team, with a better startling inspiration to also achieve the many decisive ones, made possible the comeback of the nine points that were down on the scoreboard when they reached the fourth period and took the victory, in addition to $ 400,000 to distribute to the charities and Chicago colleges to which they were going to deliver the money.Doncic, low profileTogether with Leonard, who was the great figure, James and reserve base Chris Paul, of Oklahoma City Thunder, contributed 23 points each, while Davis reached 20 points with nine rebounds.Slovenian baseman Luka Doncic of Dallas Mavericks, in his debut in a All-Star Game, the sixth youngest player in NBA history to start the game, contributed just eight points. As he had anticipated, the former Real Madrid player of 20 years, had a low profile during the 18 minutes he played, in which he scored 3 of 6 field shots, including 2 of 5 triples, captured a rebound, distributed four personnel and recovered a ball.While for Team Giannis, in which the captain was the Greek power forward Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee Bucks star ended up as a leader by getting a double-double of 25 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and three blocks. Two other tall players, the pivots, Cameroonian Joel Embiid, from Phliadelphia 76ers, and Frenchman Rudy Gobert, from Utah Jazz, also achieved double-doubles that did not prevent defeat. Embiid achieved 22 points and 10 rebounds, for 21 goals and 11 balls captured under Gobert’s hoops.Another player of Team Giannis, who overcame the barrier of 20 goals, was the baseman Kemba Walker, of the Boston Celtics, who reached 23, but did not get the decisive in the final stretch of the match. The Lakers star team beats Antetokounmpo’s (157-155) Photo: EFEcenter_img The memory of the legendary Kobe Bryant monopolized the entire 69th edition of the NBA All-Star Party, which featured center star Anthony Davis and forward Kawhi Leonard, two players from the Los Angeles teams – Lakers and Clippers – city in the one that the ‘Black Mamba’ completed all her brilliant professional career of 20 seasons.Therefore, no one better than a Lakers player, Davis, was the one to decide the triumph of Team LeBron (James, captain), his partner with the Angelian club, in which Bryant shone with his own light to get five league titles and a Most Valuable Player (MVP) league award, in addition to 18 All-Star entries.Davis scored the second personnel shot that allowed Team LeBron to reach the “Objective Incessor” of 157 points first and proclaimed champion of the 69th edition of the All-Star Party by beating Team Giannis, who stayed in 155 points.The meeting held at the United Center, the first in Chicago since 1988, had a new format in honor of Bryant, his daughter Gianna, 13, and seven others who lost their lives last January 26 in a helicopter crash occurred in the area of ​​Calabasas (California). Team LeBron wore a blue uniform with number two in memory of Gianna, while Team Giannis had the red uniform and all the players wore the shirts with number 24, in memory of Bryant.The forward Kawhi Leonard of the Clippers, who played 20 minutes with Team LeBron was the top scorer of the game by getting 30 points after scoring 11 of 18 field shots, including 8 of 14 triples, also captured seven rebounds, distributed four assists and recovered two balls to become the winner of the MVP, the first with the name of Kobe Bryant. From this All-Star all MVP awards will be permanently named Kobe Bryant.The game, as expected, was going to be full of news and especially references in the permanent tribute to Bryant, starting with the new format that would allow to raise money for charities and scholarships in Chicago schools in his honor and the tribute of the halftime show.last_img read more

May 14, 2020
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Forlán offers not to charge for the duration of the pandemic

first_imgWhile waiting for a counterproposal, Ovación explains that Forlán, the coach has made his offer to the Peñarol directive not to collect anything while the pandemic lasts. It is a way to help unblock the negotiation between the club and the staff and, also, to look at the entity for the rest of the workers. In addition, he has asked that the rest of the technical body do collect his salary. The former Villarreal and Atlético player puts his work colleagues and players before him. The gesture provides a breath of air to the coffers of the club at a difficult time, in which the effects of the coronavirus wreak havoc. Forlan It is time to lean on the shoulder. The crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic is also shaking the economy, also in football. The break has put many on the edge of the precipice and it is time to reach agreements between clubs and squads for the survival of the entities. Peñarol does not escape that reality either and during the last days the conversations between the staff and the managers of the historic Uruguayan club have been happening. The managers’ proposal to adopt cuts has not had the approval, at the moment, of the players, although these, in a statement, have acknowledged that they are aware of the situation due to the pandemic and that if their intention is not to charge 100 percent this season.center_img Cherry tree Osaka ForwardUruguaylast_img read more

February 10, 2020
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Coaches give warm response to cold therapy

first_imgKINGSTON:Coaches of student athletes participating in the Digicel Grand Prix Athletics Championship are happy that their contestants are enjoying the cool benefits of on-the-ground cold therapy, courtesy of Pure National Ice, one of the partners in the series of youth-development meets across the country.This new ice bath facility, known as the Pure National Ice Cold Therapy Zone, is expected to improve the overall performance of the athletes, especially those who perform in multiple events.”Having this cold therapy treatment here at the meets is a brilliant idea, especially since a lot of the athletes have to perform in multiple events on the same day or even in the same week,” said Leroy Gray, strength and conditioning coach at Racers Track Club and one of the coaches of the Kingston College (KC) track and field team.”This increased level of activity causes the build-up of a lot of lactic acid in their bodies, and the cold therapy is just one of the ways that we can help to remedy that.”Gray added: “I have no doubt that this cold therapy is going to help foster an overall improvement in the performance of the student athletes as it will replenish and recondition their muscles following an event, making them much lighter and re-energised for any subsequent events.”Patrick Johnson, one of the coaches at Excelsior High School, shared similar sentiments.”Today, one of my athletes made a big personal record in the 1500m,” he said at the Youngster Goldsmith track meet. “In order for him to repeat this kind of performance today, or even later this week, he needs this kind of therapy. The same can be said for other students who run the 400-metre final and also have to run the 4×4 relay.”Johnson also commended the sponsors, Pure National Ice and Digicel, saying: “A lot of us as coaches don’t have the means to provide this kind of therapy for our athletes while they are at school, much less while they are at these meets performing. This is quite an upgrade for a lot of them, and I must thank the sponsors for providing this facility at the meets and improving the overall quality of the experience for the students.””The Digicel Grand Prix gave us the opportunity to play a part in supporting sports development in Jamaica and preparing our young athletes for the world stage,” said David Walton, sales and marketing manager at Pure National Ice.”We know that many schools don’t have the capacity to provide this kind of therapy for their students, so we felt the development meets would be an ideal environment to expose them to the benefits of this. We consulted with a number of coaches and sports medicine experts and they all agree that having this type of therapy available on the ground would be highly beneficial to muscle recovery and performance of the athletes.”The Digicel Grand Prix Athletics Championship began on February 6 with the Western Championship at the Catherine Hall Sports Complex in Montego Bay and the Youngster Goldsmith Meet at the National Stadium. The series will culminate at the G.C. Foster Classics slated for February 20.The events include 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, long jump, high jump, discus and the 4x400m relays. The public is invited to log on to www.digicelgrandprix.com to keep abreast of the latest news.The Digicel Grand Prix Athletics Championship is sponsored by Sportsmax, Gatorade, Pure National Ice, Honey Bun, and Logo Stitch.last_img read more

February 10, 2020
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Champs highly fancied! … Calabar set for tight battle, Edwin Allen set for runaway win

first_imgCalabar High and Edwin Allen High schools will certainly retain their respective titles at the 2016 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships. Well, at least that’s what the experts believe. However, it isn’t that simple. The challengers are plenty, and determination and ambition run deep in the rival ranks, meaning that the defending champions will have to sharpen their swords and lift their shields over the next five days as we brace for another exciting race to the top of high-school athletics. Twenty-one preliminary events are scheduled for today’s opening day of action at the National Stadium, with a number of top athletes getting the chance to make an early impression. EVENTS Among today’s events, the Class One Boys’ long jump, the Girls’ Class Two shot put, the sprint hurdles, Girls’ Class One discus, as well as the 400m preliminaries, will all take focus. Edwin Allen enter this year’s championships at the top end of what appears to be a growing dynasty, having won back-to-back Girls’ titles and three of the last four. Tuned by Michael Dyke and led by captain and top sprinter Shellece Clarke, the girls from Frankfield, Clarendon, boast a well-rounded unit, which threatens to increase the gap between themselves and their rivals beyond the 100 points gulf that underlined their dominance in 2015. That’s bad news for the chasing pack, which, this year, is being headed by the girls from St Jago High, with the ever-improving Hydel High and old warriors Holmwood Technical all showing promise this season. They will, however, have to wait a while longer as based on their form this year, there is little to suggest that anyone will have enough to unseat a well-oiled Edwin Allen machine. Things are expected to be a lot closer among the boys, where four-time defending champions Calabar will be looking to add to their 25 titles. With the excellent Christopher Taylor leading their talented crop of sprinters, and Warren Barrett again taking charge of the throws corps, the Red Hills Road-based Calabar unit seems more than capable of holding off what is expected to be a fierce challenge from old foes Kingston College (KC) and Jamaica College (JC). 4x400m RELAY It’s a battle that will most likely take us into the curtain-closing 4x400m relay Open event, with early projections tipping Calabar to ultimately lift the Mortimer Geddes Trophy, with a 20-odd points victory over KC. So there’s hardly any margin for error. Kingston College – winless since 2009 – have a few Titans of their own, with the likes of quarter-mile record holder Akeem Bloomfield and Class One double sprint gold medal hopeful Jhevaughn Matherson expected to carry major points for the Fortis clan. Jamaica College, who last tasted title success in 2011, have been steady, if not spectacular, throughout the season quietly going about their business at the various development meets. They should make much of the early noise at these championships, with the jumping standout O’Brien Wasome expected to fire a few warning shots in the long jump pit. Whether they have enough to upset the Calabar-KC duopoly will depend a lot on their execution in the events that they are expected to dominate and their ability to steal points from their rivals on a regular basis. Either way, the stage has been set for the 106th staging of what is widely viewed as the best event of its kind, a showpiece of excellence where age group athletics performance is concerned. The first strides will be taken today, and we are bound to get to a glorious end for some and anguish for others, but there are sure to be many memorable stops along the way.last_img read more

January 20, 2020
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Edwards, Griffith join Jamaica Scorpions

first_imgBarbadian opener Kirk Edwards and his young Guyanese counterpart, Trevon Griffith, are both in the country and will meet up with their Jamaica Scorpion teammates today, ahead of the team’s sixth and final West Indies Professional Cricket League trial match at Sabina Park. The duo, who are at different ends of the spectrum of the West Indies Professional League in terms of experience, were drafted by Jamaica as their two compulsory overseas-based professionals for the championship. The 30-year-old Edwards, who has represented the West Indies in 17 Tests and has an average of 31.80, including two centuries and eight fifties, was excluded from the list of 15 players contracted by Barbados Pride. He was the Scorpion’s first overseas pick during the draft held before the summer, and was followed by Griffith, who failed to make the roster of title-holders Guyana Jaguars. The 24-year-old Griffith, a former West Indies Under-19 representative, has so far made seven regional first-class appearances, managing one fifty for an average of 13.66. The two will be hoping to impress the national selectors for a starting spot in the Jamaica franchise team, which last season chopped and changed openers to little effect. Jamaica, former recent five-time back-to-back champions, finished fourth in the six-team tournament last season. Meanwhile, Edwards and Griffith could be joined by West Indies wicketkeeper-batsman Chadwick Walton and former national leg-spinner Akeem Dewar for tomorrow’s final trial match. Walton, Jamaica’s most prolific batsman towards the end of last season, and Dewar missed the earlier trial matches due to their studies at the University of The West Indies. They are both hoping to represent Jamaica as pay-per-play players.last_img read more

January 20, 2020
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Phillips, Fletcher win BCIC Swept Away titles

first_imgRowland Phillips and Ffion Fletcher won the top titles at the BCIC Swept Away Clay Court Tennis tournament in Negril on Monday.Phillips eased past Max Brown 6-3, 6-0 to win the men’s crown, while Fletcher defeated Shaneka Knight, 6-2, 6-1 in the final.In the men’s Pro 35 category, Dwayne Pagon defeated Brenton White 6-4, 6-2. David Shirley won the men’s amateur title by default over Stephen Shirley.Associate sponsors of the tournament were Toyota Jamaica, Astro Jam, Lee’s Fifth Avenue, Scotiabank, Wisynco, Hi-Lyte, Everything Fresh Limited, Morton Leslie, Caribbean Producers Jamaica Limited, Professional Tennis Registry, K&K Supplies and Caribbean Resources.last_img

January 20, 2020
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‘Development can still lead to titles’

first_imgSt Catherine High school coach, Lennox Lindo, says winning the ISSA Southern Conference Under-16 high school basketball title proves that with a proper programme and the right application, schools can still win trophies by developing their own talent.In recent times, recruiting and transfers have become a major part of the local high-school sports landscape, but Lindo, who led St Catherine’s junior team to a 2-1 series win over St George’s College at the National Indoor Sports Centre last Friday, says development can still lead to titles.”I am really proud of these guys because they have been developing for quite a while. Most of them have been together for three, four years, so it’s good to know that development can still win championships,” he said.”They have come up gradually through the stages, so that is what I am really proud of. They came up through Under-14 together; last year they lost in the Under-16 semi-finals; and now, this year the hard work had paid off,” he told The Gleaner.In Friday’s 59-57 game-three win, Daniel Jones scored 21 points for St Catherine, while Swayveon Henry had 14 points and eight rebounds. Akeem Ellis top-scored for St George’s with 12 points and 10 rebounds.BEATING THE FAVOURITES”St George’s were the favourites as they were unbeaten up to the final. We played them in the zone at their school, and they beat us by ten points, so I knew we could compete against them. After (losing) game two, we changed our tactics,” he added.Meanwhile, the Under-19 final will go to a decisive game three after defending champions Calabar levelled the series 1-1 following a 57-52 win over Camperdown.Shamar Shand, with a game-high 18 points, and Maliek McCarthy, with 13 points and 12 rebounds, were Calabar’s leading players. Kemar Hurd top-scored for Camperdown with 13 points.Game three will be played tomorrow.last_img read more

January 20, 2020
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Molynes United oust champs in JN Open League

first_imgA new champion will be crowned this Saturday when the final of the JN Open League netball competition is contested at the Leila Robinson Courts, as defending champions Mico ‘B’ were beaten 20-17 by in-form Molynes United ‘A’ in their quarter-final encounter on Tuesday.The winners booked a spot in today’s semi-finals, where they will face Mico ‘A’ at 7:15 p.m. Other winners UWI Pelicans ‘A’ and Waulgrovians ‘A’ will also play for a spot in the final, beginning at 6:45 p.m.Molynes United ‘A’, rated second in attack and defence, started off on fire and raced to a 7-0 lead as goalshooter Shantal Slater was bang on target, with goalkeeper Kadian Dehaney making it hard for the Mico ‘B’ shooters at the other end.MISSED CHANCEMolynes ‘A’ finished with a 9-1 first-quarter lead, but Mico fought back gallantly to tie the score at 9-9. They got opportunities to take the lead, but two missed attempts by Daniel Masters and Shauna Jones let the chance slip.Their opponents capitalised to lead 14-10 at half-time and the Roy Price-coached team kept their title ambitions on track, as they will face another Mico team, which had an easy 28-17 win over Cablepro.Despite the absence of ace goalshooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid, who jetted off to New Zealand for the ANZ Championships, the Annette Daley-coached Mico ‘A’ remained unbeaten in this season with a fine all-round display. They led 8-4, 17-15 and 23-13, respectively, at the end of the first three quarters.Goalshooter Taniele Roberts, who took Fowler-Reid’s position, scored 27 goals from 38 attempts, while Petal Smith top-scored for Cablepro with nine goals from 15 tries.There was no luck for Cablepro’s sister team, Jamalco.After a big setback, which saw ace goalshooter Marsha Murphy having to leave the game early in the first quarter after twisting her knee, the Winston Nevers-coached Jamalco lost by two goals, as UWI scored a 25-23 win to book their semi-final place.SMOOTH SAILINGAnother former many-time champion, Walgrovians ‘A’, also booked their semi-final spot, but in a one-sided affair, as they turned back Police ‘A’ 32-16.Having racked up a big 10-1 first-quarter lead, it was smooth sailing for the rest of the way as Waulgrovians ‘A’ led 16-6 after the second quarter and 24-10 at the end of the third stanza, before cruising the rest of the way to set up a clash with UWI ‘A’ in today’s semi-final.The matches will be preceded by the Open League ‘B’ Group semis, with Speg ‘A’ vs Molynes United ‘B’ at 5:45 p.m., followed by Tivoli Gardens vs UTech Knights at 6:15 p.m.- R. G.last_img read more

January 20, 2020
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Lin lifts Charlotte over Spurs in NBA

first_img TIGHT RACE CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (AP): Jeremy Lin scored 15 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter as Charlotte overcame a 23-point deficit to snap San Antonio’s six-game winning streak, winning 91-88. Lin was 11 of 18 from the field and hit all four three-point attempts, including three in the fourth quarter. Courtney Lee had 17 points, Nicolas Batum added 15, and Cody Zeller grabbed 14 rebounds for the Hornets, who bounced back from a disappointing loss to the Denver Nuggets on Saturday night. The Spurs had two chances to tie it at the end of regulation, but Patty Mills and Danny Green both missed three-point attempts. In Cleveland, LeBron James scored 33 points and had his 41st career triple-double as the Cavaliers clinched their second straight Central Division title with a comfortable 124-91 victory over Denver. James added 11 rebounds and 11 assists before checking out with 6:02 left to a thunderous ovation. He scored 17 in the first quarter, helping the Cavs build a 19-point lead and erase the memory of an embarrassing loss on Saturday in Miami. The Nuggets fought back and briefly led before the Cavs regrouped, scored 68 after half-time to notch their 50th win. Will Barton scored 27 for the Nuggets. Andre Drummond’s tip-in with two seconds remaining lifted Detroit over Milwaukee, 92-91. The Pistons, who are in a tight race for the final play-off spot in the Eastern Conference, came out inexplicably flat and trailed by 17 points in the first half. They were down 13 in the third quarter before chipping away at Milwaukee’s lead in the fourth. Drummond was outplayed badly early on by Greg Monroe, but when Kentavious Caldwell-Pope missed from the perimeter in the final seconds, Drummond was able to tip the ball in. Draymond Green had 24 points, nine rebounds and six assists to help Golden State narrowly avoid their first two-game skid in nearly a year with a 109-104 victory at Minnesota. Klay Thompson scored 17 points and hit all five of his three-pointers, and the Warriors (63-7) overcame a second straight poor shooting night from Stephen Curry. He missed 11 of his 17 shots, including seven of his nine three-pointers, but still had 19 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds.last_img read more

January 20, 2020
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Swans take flight at Charitable Golf tourney

first_img “Our brother school, Kingston College (KC), we thank them for their support and all who came on board to assist us in our first staging of this event,” Davis told The Gleaner. Some of today’s main event sponsors include Guardian Group, Campari/Wray and Nephew, Toyota Jamaica, Supreme Ventures, VMBS, Scotiabank, Jamaica National, KC Old Boys-Association, Singer, Bert’s Auto Parts, Guardsman Alarm, Central Medical, Thwaites Finson and Sharp Insurance, Bio Medical, Tropical Blue, Mayberry Investments, plus Swans (past students) Roxanne and husband Michael Morris; and Loray Blair from Florida, United States. GRATEFUL FOR SUPPORT Sandra Davis, a “proud” St Hugh’s past student fondly known as ‘Swans’, is inviting golfers, golfing enthusiasts and charitable Jamaicans to support today’s teeing off of the Swans Charitable Golf Tournament at the Constant Spring Golf Club in St Andrew. The event tees off at 7 a.m. and continues to 2 p.m., with an entry fee of $4,000, which includes cocktails. Competition will take on the 18-hole stableford format (scoring points based on the number of strokes taken at each hole), with full handicap. Categories include men, men’s seniors, men’s super seniors, ladies, juniors, as well as boys and girls aged 11-17. The successful participants will be given prizes in a cocktail and awards ceremony beginning at 6:30 p.m. The tournament director will be David Mais. According to Davis, public relations officer, the event is being staged by the St Hugh’s Past Students Association to raise funds towards the renovation of the St Hugh’s High School Care Centre and Outreach programmes and to assist young ladies on welfare. “We are looking to target 80-100 golfers, and we have been getting tremendous help through the Constant Spring Golf Club,” she said. “We are inviting our Swans to come and support us, and for those who don’t play golf, there will be a fashion show put on by a Swan where swimwear, casual wear, and other clothes will be modelled,” added Davis. She stressed that Markland ‘Action’ Edwards and ‘DJ Delly’ from RJR would be entertaining from 1 to 4 p.m.last_img read more