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The Federation Internationale de basketball (FIBA)

December 12th, 2019

The Federation Internationale de basketball (FIBA), formerly known as the International Amateur Basketball Federation, is an international basketball organization composed of basketball associations from all over the world. It was established in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1932, with its headquarters in nyeong, Switzerland.

FIBA is responsible for the development of international basketball rules, basketball courts and basketball specifications for basketball games (such as the height of basketball frames, the length and width of basketball courts, the size of forbidden areas, the distance of three-point lines and the ball for the game), the control of player mobilization, the appointment of referees who can enforce the law in international basketball games and the holding of large-scale basketball games. Since its establishment in 1932, it has 213 member states. Since 1989, it has been divided into five regional commissions, which are specialized in basketball affairs in the region. The five regional commissions include: African Regional Commission, American Regional Commission, Asian Regional Commission, European Regional Commission and Oceania Regional Commission.

Sarri: Juve Trident should be more determined to play in the Champions League than in Serie A

December 12th, 2019

After defeating Bayer Leverkusen on the road, Juve finished the Champions League group match with a wave of five consecutive wins, and drew the points record set by Lippi in the 96-97 season and Capello in the 04-05 season. After the game, manager Sally talked about the use of Trident and the determination of the team.

“It’s important to have a sense of balance. We lost against Lazio, but for a long time it was one of our best games of the season. Tonight’s game is tough. We are facing a team that has done very well in the Bundesliga this season. We held on, and as soon as their tempo dropped, we went up and scored

Juve have been locked in the first group before the game, so we have done some rotation. “All four defenders are doing well, demilla is the most aggressive, so he is more visible. It’s satisfying that rabio keeps improving in the game

This weekend’s game against Udinese will be suspended for both pianicki and guadelado, and Sari also talked about the personnel arrangement: “we hope bentankur will return as soon as possible, we will have a look tomorrow. If he is absent, then others will take over the role. It’s not about who comes out, it’s about maintaining that level of focus and balance. “

In this game, the substitution of dimibara lit up the attack of Juve. He gave Ronaldo and Higuain each a assists. “We waited until the rhythm and aggressiveness of Leverkusen dropped, so when bernadeski was able to find huge space in that area, we thought it was time to send out the Trident at the same time (Ronaldo, Higuain, dibala).”

Introduction to the event information of 2019 China International Women’s basketball match Xi’an station

December 11th, 2019

Every small action on the basketball court is particularly heart stirring: every accurate shot, every run and jump, every whistle sounds and falls… 2019 China International Women’s basketball competition Xi’an station, a collision of blood and passion, a scene of sweat and tears interwoven, let’s witness the birth of the king!

This is a very young team with an average age of 23. Because of their youth, they are full of infinite possibilities. They are just like a piece of white paper. They write different contents on it every day, enriching the contents of the basketball team. Every day of training, every game is changing, growing. In 2018, Xu Limin, coach of China Women’s basketball team, said: “if the full score is 100, I will give them 120 points” and gave great evaluation and expectation to this young team.

In June of several years, in the women’s group final of 2019 FIBA World Cup held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the Chinese women’s basketball team beat Hungary 19-13 to win the championship, which is also the first world champion in Chinese basketball history. So this time against Senegal’s National Women’s basketball team is more exciting!

Senegal is located in the western part of Africa. Although the country is not rich economically, its basketball level is world-famous. In nearly half a century, Senegal women’s basketball team has won a total of 11 African champions, and the second and third places have been won by them for many times. Therefore, their strength should not be underestimated.

In the 2019 China Serbia international women’s basketball match in Xi’an, the battle between the master of the African continent and the new world women’s basketball champion, who can better, let’s wait and see!

Isles reach deal with center Derick Brassard

August 27th, 2019

The New York Islanders agreed to a one-year contract with veteran center Derick Brassard on Wednesday, the team announced.

Terms were not disclosed.

Brassard was traded twice last season, going from the Pittsburgh Penguins to the Florida Panthers early in February and then to the Colorado Avalanche at the trade deadline.

Brassard has been traded four times since July 2016 and three times in a little over a year. He is coming off a five-year, $25 million contract that he signed with the Rangers.

He had 14 goals and nine assists last season, his worst output in a decade.

The 31-year-old’s best season came in 2014-15 with the New York Rangers, when he had 60 points.

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Brassard has scored 451 points (176 goals, 275 assists) in 786 games in 12 seasons.

Senators sign C White to 6-year, $28.5M deal
22 Aug, 2019
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The Ottawa Senators have signed center Colin White to a six-year, $28.5 million contract, the team announced.

On the rebuilding Senators, the 22-year-old White stepped into the top center position and had a solid season with 14 goals and 27 assists. He also quarterbacked the team’s second power-play unit.

White will be counted on to play a significant role next season as the team continues its rebuild.

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“We’ve identified Colin as one of our core young players who will help drive our team’s success in both the short and long term,” Senators general manager Pierre Dorion said in a statement. “Colin plays the 200-foot game that is so coveted in today’s NHL. He can skate, play on both special teams, and is a character player and leader who loves hockey and this city. While he is coming off a season where he finished among rookie leaders in many categories, we also know he is just scratching the surface of his potential in this league. We’re very happy that Colin will be a Senator for the next six years.”

White signed a three-year, entry-level contract in April 2017 with a cap hit of $925,000 to forgo his final two years at Boston College. He was a restricted free agent this offseason.

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He was one of seven Senators players to issue an apology in November after they were recorded criticizing the team’s poor play and an assistant coach while riding in an Uber. The conversation was then published online.

Wild pluck Guerin from Penguins to be new GM
22 Aug, 2019
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The Minnesota Wild passed on Pittsburgh Penguins assistant GM Bill Guerin to hire Paul Fenton as their general manager last year. Fenton lasted one season. On Wednesday, the team hired Guerin to succeed him.

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“Bill has been a winner throughout his hockey career and I am extremely pleased to be able to add his experience to our organization and The State of Hockey,” Wild owner Craig Leipold said in a statement.

Guerin, 48, becomes the fourth general manager in Wild franchise history and the second plucked from the Penguins organization after Chuck Fletcher.

Fletcher, who like Guerin worked under Ray Shero, is now the general manager of the Philadelphia Flyers.

Hired in 2011 as a developmental coach with the Penguins, Guerin was promoted to assistant general manager in 2014 by Jim Rutherford, and served in that role for five years. He added the role of general manager of their AHL franchise to his plate in 2017.

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That was enough experience for Leipold and the Wild, despite speculation that they might opt for a candidate with previous NHL general managing experience. Fenton was a career assistant with the Nashville Predators when the Wild hired him, and his inexperience was called out by the owner when his firing was announced.

“I knew him in a different way. He was assistant general manager. He was scouting. That was his role. He was tremendous at that,” Leipold said of Fenton. “But it was the other portion of being a general manager: the organizational, the strategic, the management of people, the hiring and motivating of the departments. When I’m talking about not being a fit, that’s what I’m talking about.”

Guerin would seem like a better fit. He’s a former player who appeared in 1,263 games over 18 seasons and won the Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils and the Penguins. He’s known for an outward personality and natural charisma that appeared to be lacking in the previous general manager. Guerin also earned the reputation for recognizing and developing young talents.

He interviewed multiple times for the opening, vying for the job with other candidates like Carolina Hurricanes GM Don Waddell, former Flyers GM Ron Hextall and former Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli.

The Wild went 37-36-9 last season, missing the playoffs for the first time in seven years. This will be the third general manager in Minnesota for coach Bruce Boudreau, who is under contract through the 2019-20 season.

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Under oath: Judge delivers on home run promise

August 27th, 2019

Aaron Judge is a man of his word.

The New York Yankees outfielder, while catching up with bullpen catching coach Jason Brown’s father, John, on the field prior to Sunday’s series finale at Dodger Stadium, told the elder Brown, “I’ll hit one for you tonight,” as he walked away.

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Judge delivered on that pledge in his second at-bat, crushing a 1-1 curveball from Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw to deep center field in the top of the third inning.

“That’s Aaron Judge, yeah, that’s who he is,” Jason Brown said of the Yankee star’s exchange with his father, who lives in Southern California.

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Judge described the encounter to ESPN after New York’s 5-1 win.

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“I’ve seen [John Brown] all over the place, and I missed seeing him when we played in Anaheim this year, so I went over there and just said hello to him and said I’d get one for him, and I was able to do that today,” Judge explained. “Wind was blowing out, though, so that helped.”

Asked if he has ever promised a home run to a fan before and then delivered, Judge replied, “I think once or twice, but it doesn’t happen too often.”

Judge later joked that he needs John Brown, whom he has known for a couple of years, to come to “every single game,” calling his presence a “lucky charm.”

The promised homer was Judge’s 16th of the season and gave the Yankees a 2-1 lead. Judge also homered in the first two games against the Dodgers this weekend.

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Ortiz enlists ex-police commish to probe shooting
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Former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz has hired a firm headed by ex-Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis to look into the details surrounding the June shooting of Ortiz in the Dominican Republic.

Davis was hired a few weeks after Ortiz returned to Boston, Joe Baerlein, a spokesperson for Ortiz and principal owner of The Edward Davis Co., told ABC News.

Baerlein said his company is “monitoring and analyzing information from various sources in the Dominican Republic around the motives for the shooting of Ortiz on June 9th” and providing security to Ortiz and his family.

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“He’s damn interested in finding out what really happened,” Baerlein told The Boston Globe.

Ortiz, 43, was shot in the back by a gunman while sitting and talking with a friend at a nightclub in Santo Domingo the night of June 9. He was flown back to Boston aboard a jet sent by the Red Sox the next day and spent seven weeks in a hospital, undergoing three surgeries for life-threatening injuries.

Ortiz has not spoken to Dominican authorities since the night of the incident, Baerlein told the Globe, and has not spoken with U.S. authorities about the shooting.

Dominican authorities initially said that Ortiz had been the target of a hit. But almost three weeks later, police held a news conference to say their investigation led them to believe Ortiz was not the intended target and that it was a case of mistaken identity. More than a dozen people have been arrested in connection with the case.

“David has been carefully monitoring the government and police investigation,” Baerlein told the Globe. “He had no basis for a long time to challenge their theory of mistaken identity. However, as new facts continue to come up, it lends some optimism that there may be some other conclusions that are drawn before it’s over about why David was shot.”

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Ortiz, who was released from the hospital at the end of July, posted to Instagram on Sunday a photo of himself and daughter Alex as he dropped her off at college.

A’s to retire No. 34 of Stewart, key to 1989 title
26 Aug, 2019
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The Oakland Athletics will retire Dave Stewart’s No. 34 next season, the team announced Sunday.

Stewart was on hand at the Oakland Coliseum before Sunday’s game with the San Francisco Giants as the A’s honored the 1989 World Series championship team.

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The A’s have retired only five numbers before Stewart — Reggie Jackson, Catfish Hunter, Rickey Henderson, Dennis Eckersley and Rollie Fingers, who also wore No. 34.

Stewart will be the first player who is not in the Hall of Fame to be so honored by the A’s.

But he was born and raised in Oakland and was named the 1989 World Series MVP after winning Game 1 and — after the 10-day delay following the Loma Prieta earthquake — Game 3 as well. He played eight seasons for the A’s and won at least 20 games each year from 1987 to 1990.

“Until today, the names and the numbers that have been retired are Hall of Famers, and deservedly so,” Stewart said, according to the San Jose Mercury-News. “They’re Hall of Famers. And for the organization to step outside of that and honor me in that way, there just are no words to express how I feel. I think it would be unfair to say it’s great — that’s not enough. It’s truly a tremendous honor.”

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Lukaku scores on debut as Inter rout Lecce

August 27th, 2019

Forward Romelu Lukaku scored on his debut for Inter Milan as they made a flying start under new coach Antonio Conte with a 4-0 win over promoted Lecce in Serie A on Monday.

Marcelo Brozovic, with an exquisite curling shot, and Stefano Sensi gave Inter a 2-0 halftime lead before Lukaku, signed from Manchester United this month, opened his account on the hour.

Antonio Candreva completed the rout with a stunning strike from 35 metres.

Chinese-owned Inter appointed Conte, who previously won three Serie A titles with Juventus and one English Premier League title with Chelsea, to replace Luciano Spalletti in the close season in a bid to end eight seasons without a major trophy.

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As expected, there was no place for forward Mauro Icardi who has been told he is not part of Inter’s plans but has yet to negotiate a move away from the club.

“I am very happy and satisfied; I like working with these guys who have always shown great willingness,” said Conte.

“Romelu has entered the Inter world with great humility, he is ready to work for the team.”
Romelu Lukaku and Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte celebrate after the team’s win on Monday night. Claudio Villa – Inter/Inter via Getty Images
Lecce, back in the top flight after a seven-year absence, made a bright start, forcing Brozovic to make an acrobatic clearance and then Milan Skriniar to clear away Gianluca Lapadula’s effort with goalkeeper Samir Handanovic beaten.

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But Inter quickly began playing the whirlwind football associated with Conte and Lautaro Martinez hit the crossbar with a free header from a Candreva cross.

Brozovic broke the deadlock in the 21st minute when he curled a delightful shot into the far corner from the edge of the area.

Sensi, making his debut after his move from Sassuolo, added the second three minutes later, scoring with a low shot which went through a defender’s legs.

As Inter continued to pour forward after halftime, Lukaku snapped up a rebound after Martinez’s shot was parried by goalkeeper Gabriel to add the third.

Lecce finished with 10 men after second-half substitute Diego Farias, making his debut after a move from Cagliari, was sent off for a reckless tackle from behind on Danilo D’Ambrosio.

Candreva’s dipping, long-range effort capped a near-perfect start for Conte’s side and sent Inter fans home with hope that this season they can finally challenge Juventus for the title.

With Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez watching from the stands, Antoine Griezmann came through for Barcelona by scoring twice to lead the Catalan club to its first Spanish league win of the season with a 5-2 rout of Real Betis on Sunday.

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Griezmann celebrated his second goal by going near the Barcelona fans and throwing glitter into the air like NBA star LeBron James.

“I like LeBron’s ritual and I tried to imitate him,” Griezmann said. “I wanted to copy that. I bought the confetti on the Internet with my family.”

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The newly signed France forward had already scored the first goal for Barcelona after Betis opened the scoring at Camp Nou.

“I see Leo Messi score goals like that in training and I tried to copy him, ” Griezmann said after the match.

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Antoine Griezmann celebrated his second goal in the style of LeBron James by tossing blue-and-red confetti into the air. David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images
Carles Perez, Jordi Alba and Arturo Vidal also scored for Barcelona. Nabil Fekir and Loren Moron scored for Betis.

Barcelona had lost 1-0 at Athletic Bilbao last weekend for its first opening league defeat in a decade.
Messi had already missed the opener because of a calf injury, while Suarez got hurt before halftime in Bilbao. Forward Ousmane Dembele also was out injured.

Griezmann, who joined from Atletico Madrid for €120 million in the offseason, had started at Barcelona with a lacklustre performance in the opener. But he took charge on Sunday, scoring his first goal after sliding to a cross from Sergi Roberto in the 41st minute.

Griezmann’s second came in the 50th with a well-placed left-footed shot that curled into the far corner, just out of reach of Betis goalkeeper Dani Martín. Griezmann was handed glitter from someone who appeared to be a Barcelona staff member behind the goal, then threw it up in the air.

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Forward Ansu Fati, 16, made his senior-team debut with Barcelona as a second-half substitute, becoming the second youngest to play with the club in the Spanish league.

“A lot was said after the loss in Bilbao. When you lose there has to be a big reaction,” Griezmann said. “We had to work hard. We really wanted to play another game.

“When so many players are missing the team has to step up. And that was the case. I can’t do these things on my own. We’re a team and it’s thanks to my teammates. The good thing is that if there are injuries, those that come into the team respond. You’ve seen that today.”

Barcelona’s Sergio Busquets was substituted in the 72nd with an apparent injury.

ESPN FC’s Sam Marsden and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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‘Mature’ Dahlin driven to get Sabres into playoffs

August 26th, 2019

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Last season didn’t sit well with Buffalo Sabres defenseman Rasmus Dahlin.

Unaccustomed to losing and no longer a rookie, Dahlin told The Associated Press on Thursday he feels better prepared and is far more driven to help transform the Sabres into contenders.

“I’m putting more pressure on myself. We’re going to be a winning team and be in the playoffs,” Dahlin said. “I think everyone is putting more pressure on ourselves now, and we’re ready to go.”

The first player selected in the 2018 draft is so eager to put last season behind him, he was among the first Sabres players to hit the ice at the team’s practice facility, some three weeks before teams open training camp. He arrived in Buffalo from his native Sweden on Tuesday, and he would have been back in town a few days earlier if not for travel complications.

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The Rookie of the Year finalist is motivated after how Buffalo unraveled immediately following a 10-game winning streak that had the team briefly sitting first in the overall standings at the end of November. The Sabres then won just 16 of their final 57 games to miss the playoffs for an eighth straight season, the NHL’s longest active drought.

“We played so well in the beginning of the season, so that made you frustrated because we know how good we can play,” he said. “Yeah, we’re going to get something good going on here.”

Expressing unhappiness and acknowledging frustration is new for Dahlin, who spent much of last season looking mostly at the bright side. When asked late last season if Buffalo’s 49 losses (including overtime and shootouts) were the most he ever endured in one year, Dahlin smiled and responded by saying the team’s 33 wins were also a season high for him.

A year ago, Dahlin was expressing hope he’d simply make the season-opening roster. Now he’s begun to find his voice as a key member of the team.

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“I feel more prepared. I feel more mature,” said Dahlin, who turned 19 in April. “Like that one year of experience, I know what’s coming this season. I feel more comfortable in my position.”

He said he spent much of the summer adding weight and strength to better handle the rigors of an 82-game schedule and face elite opposition.

Dahlin’s rookie season mirrored much of that of his team when it came to inconsistency. He had a goal and eight assists during the 10-game win streak, but he followed that with two goals and four assists over his next 17 games.
Though he led Sabres defenseman and finished third among NHL rookies with 44 points (nine goals, 35 assists), he closed the season with a goal and six assists in Buffalo’s final 19 games.

Dahlin showed some rust Thursday when the usually smooth-skating player took a spill — “Oh, yeah, I slipped,” he said — while being untouched at the blue line. He bounced back a few moments later when he drove in from the right point and converted Jason Pominville’s no-look pass for a goal.

Declaring himself ready to go, Dahlin already had his first face-to-face meeting with new coach Ralph Krueger on Wednesday.

“He seems like a really good coach and a good man,” he said of Krueger, who takes over after Phil Housley was fired following two subpar seasons.

Wysh List: Matchmaking the best homes for remaining free agents

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22 Aug, 2019
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Matchmaking is an inherent part of the human experience, because it combines two things most of us enjoy doing: Helping others find a sense of fulfillment in their lives and pretending that we know what’s best for them.

That established, we turn our attention to the remaining members of the NHL unrestricted free agent Class of 2019, which would have been a heck of an All-Star team about 10 years ago: Patrick Marleau, Joe Thornton and Thomas Vanek up front; Niklas Kronwall and Dion Phaneuf on the blue line; and … well, Cam Ward hasn’t retired yet, so we’ll just go with him in goal.

These players, and a few more, still need homes for the 2019-20 NHL season. So it’s time to play a little matchmaker. Keep in mind these are the matches we’d like to see made, and not necessarily predictions on where they’ll end up. Also, we’re trying to at least keep a foot on the ground while our heads are in the clouds, and acknowledging some basic cap and player preference restrictions on these potential matches.

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Joe Thornton, C
Best match: San Jose Sharks

At the NHL Awards, Joe Thornton announced he was returning for his 22nd NHL season in that laid-back, Jumbo-esque manner we’ve come to expect from him. ‘No worries, we’ll all sit down, we’ll figure it out, no problem’ … that kind of thing. So we take the Bearded One at his word. Erik Karlsson’s deal, and whatever else GM Doug Wilson is cooking up, have likely left Thornton with a “Here’s what’s left for you” one-year deal, and that’s fine. The Sharks certainly can use him, as Thornton’s work on the third line last season was exemplary, and their forward group certainly took a hit this offseason. “Win it for Jumbo,” one more time.

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Patrick Marleau, C/LW
Best match: Arizona Coyotes

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Look, we want that Patrick Marleau reunion with the Sharks just as much as you do, but it’s hard to imagine Wilson slotting him in ahead of some of the younger talent he no doubt wants to get a gander at (before adjusting accordingly). Or that all the bygones between Marleau and Wilson are indeed bygones. Keeping in mind that Marleau has stated a desire to be out West, and noting that the other California teams might not be in the market for him, what about the Yotes? It might take a little cap maneuvering, but I like him on the left side down the lineup — and especially in that room. He lost two sons in Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner; he could gain a weird nephew in Phil Kessel.
Thomas Vanek, LW
Best match: Edmonton Oilers

I’ll never forget the “Yeah, can you believe that?” tone when I asked Vanek, of the most traded players in the NHL, about getting a no-trade clause from the Detroit Red Wings. The guy that gave it to him was Ken Holland, who is now the general manager of the Oilers, a team that could use all the offensive help it can get on the left side right now. Plus, Vanek signing in Edmonton would bring it all full circle, as the franchise that offer-sheeted him with a seven-year deal in 2007 gets him 12 years later as a 35-year-old journeyman with a one-year contract. With a no-trade clause, of course.
Patrick Maroon, LW
Best match: Tampa Bay Lightning

The St. Louis Blues are obviously the “best” best match, because I’m a father, and every time I think about Maroon taking less money to play at home to be with his child and then winning the Stanley Cup in the process, the room gets dustier than an abandoned attic. But Maroon on the Lightning is just too perfect to pass up. Think about how they went out with a whimper against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Now think about the way Maroon plays. The way he scores goals. The way his line of grunts could change the momentum with one good shift. This is the kind of player the Lightning, frankly, lack when they’re getting punched in the mouth by a lesser opponent. The Big Rig gives them one.

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Jason Pominville, RW
Best match: Philadelphia Flyers

Pominville turns 37 in November, and he has settled into a 0.42 points per game guy with reliable shot attempts metrics relative to his teammates. His expected goals percentage of 52.12 was fourth among Buffalo Sabres forwards last season. Having him as a veteran option on the right side down the lineup gives the Flyers a little bit of insurance, and he’s a better option than Tyler Pitlick.
Brian Boyle, C
Best match: Pittsburgh Penguins

Lose “Old Man” Matt Cullen, gain “Plays Like An Old Man” Brian Boyle for your fourth line. Boyle is a faceoff ace, a physical presence and would give the team another net-front body for when Patric Hornqvist is on the shelf. Plus, he would keep Boyle in the Northeast (sorta), which is obviously important for his family. Due respect to Teddy Blueger, but I like Boyle here.
Justin Williams, RW
Best match: Carolina Hurricanes

Earlier this summer, I said Williams should bring his particular set of skills to Arizona in order create a “Bunch of Jerks” vibe with the Coyotes. But the truth is that I want the Hurricanes to be the last team Williams plays for in the NHL. His role in the resurgence of the franchise last season was indelible. His performance as de facto player/coach with Rod Brind’Amour was vital. His next uniform should be whatever he wears as a member of the Hurricanes’ hockey operations staff after retiring with them.

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Sources: Colts won’t recoup money from Luck

August 26th, 2019

Despite the fact that they could have recouped $24.8 million from their former quarterback, the Indianapolis Colts have reached a financial settlement with Andrew Luck and will not take back any of the money they are owed, league sources told ESPN.

The Colts essentially are telling Luck to keep it all, even though it is within their rights to reclaim the money.

The settlement was reached late last week, according to a source familiar with the talks.

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Luck, 29, could have owed the Colts $12.8 million as a prorated portion of the $32 million signing bonus the Colts gave him when he signed his five-year extension in 2016, and another $12 million in roster bonuses he was paid in March. But Indianapolis waived its right to recoup the money and is allowing Luck to keep it all, after the poundings he has taken and all he has given to the franchise. It is, in an official way, his parting gift.

Shortly after the news of Luck’s retirement broke Saturday night, Colts owner Jim Irsay estimated Luck might be losing out on a half-billion dollars in potential NFL wages by retiring now.

“It’s a tough thing. Look it, he’s leaving $450 million on the table potentially,” Irsay said. “I mean, a half a billion dollars, and he’s saying, ‘You know what, I want to have my integrity. I have to be able to look [wide receiver] T.Y. [Hilton] in the eye. Look my teammates, look Coach, look [GM] Chris [Ballard] and say, “I’m all in,”‘ and he just didn’t feel he could do that.”

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Dolphins cut McDonald in wake of position switch
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DAVIE, Fla. — The Miami Dolphins released veteran safety T.J. McDonald on Sunday night.

The move comes as a bit of a surprise as McDonald had been one of the Dolphins’ defensive leaders, and he seemed to embrace a role switch to become a hybrid safety-linebacker in Miami’s new scheme.

McDonald, a starting Dolphins safety over the past two seasons, was due a $5 million salary in 2019. He was already guaranteed $3.6 million of that sum.

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The Dolphins haven’t hidden the fact that 2019 will be a rebuilding season and they intend to part with several veteran players to make room for younger players to shine. McDonald is the latest in a busy offseason of departures.

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Veteran safety Reshad Jones was rumored to be on the trade block this summer, but he said Sunday that he got assurances from the Dolphins that he would remain in Miami for the 2019 season. Instead, it seems McDonald was the veteran safety the Dolphins decided to move on from before the season began.

The Dolphins are expected to start Bobby McCain at free safety and Jones at strong safety, while promising second-year defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick is expected to play both nickel cornerback and safety.

McDonald, 28, signed with the Dolphins in 2017 after spending the first four years of his career starting for the Rams.

The Dolphins’ offseason departures include quarterback Ryan Tannehill and defensive end Robert Quinn via trade, and receiver Danny Amendola, defensive end Andre Branch and guard Josh Sitton via release. More veteran departures could be coming before cutdown day.

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McDonald had three interceptions and 86 tackles in 14 games (all starts) last season. He won the 2018 Good Guy Award voted upon by the South Florida media that cover the Dolphins on a regular basis.

Cowboys LB March-Lillard will revert to March
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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Justin March-Lillard is changing the name on the back of his uniform to read simply “March.”

The sixth-year pro wrote about the change on Twitter on Sunday, saying that March is his legal name and that of his wife and children.

I wore “March-Lillard” on my jersey. to honor my father who Fought through 3 different cancers and multiple heart surgeries in his life. Beating the first 2 and passing from Pancreatic Cancer in 2016. He never missed a game. Even when he was going through chemo. pic.twitter.com/O6E1oRq4Ts

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— Jay March (@Bubba_March) August 25, 2019
And now I am back to wearing my legal name, my children and wife’s last name “March”. It is time I lead for my family as my father did for his. This was a hard decision to make but the look I get from my son reminds me of how I looked at my father. Like the Greatest Super Hero.???? pic.twitter.com/h1pPkPVY7t

— Jay March (@Bubba_March) August 25, 2019
March wore jerseys with both “March” and “March-Lillard” on the back while in college at Akron. And after initially wearing “March” in the first weeks of his NFL career with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015, he switched to “March-Lillard” in 2016.

Cards rookie WR Butler (hand) out for season
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Arizona Cardinals rookie receiver Hakeem Butler was placed on injured reserve on Sunday and is done for the season.

The wideout from Iowa State fractured his hand during the team’s second preseason game.

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Barnwell: The NFL-altering Andrew Luck retirement, and what comes next

August 26th, 2019

It’s not hyperbole: Andrew Luck’s stunning decision to move on from the NFL is the most shocking retirement American pro sports has seen since Michael Jordan left the NBA in 1993. The circumstances are obviously different, and we’ve seen players such as Barry Sanders and Calvin Johnson leave the game earlier than anybody would have expected, but 29-year-old quarterbacks in the prime of their careers just don’t get up and leave. This isn’t just a franchise-altering decision. It alters the entire complexion of the NFL.

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To put this in context, by Pro Football Reference’s Approximate Value statistic, there have been two players in NFL history who have posted a better season in their final NFL campaign than the Indianapolis Colts quarterback and then retired by choice before turning 30. One is former Vikings running back Robert Smith, who ran for 1,521 yards at age 28 before moving on. The other is Jim Brown. No quarterback has made the Pro Bowl in a season during his 20s and then immediately retired since Johnny Lujack, and if that name doesn’t ring a bell, it’s because Lujack retired in 1952.

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There are players who retired before turning 30 after serious injuries, and perhaps it’s unfair to leave Luck out of that group. He played through a shoulder injury in 2015 and 2016 before missing all of the 2017 season after undergoing surgery, and while Luck was excellent upon his return in 2018, he has struggled with a calf injury all offseason. In both cases, the organization expected him to return in a matter of weeks. In both cases, again, Luck’s body didn’t respond the way either he or the team expected. He was facing down another uncertain rehabilitation of an injury that seemed to linger months after it should have gone away. Some players have bodies that tell them it’s time to give up the game in their mid-30s. Luck’s body gave way years earlier.

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Even given the prospect of Luck missing regular-season action with an injury that had seemed to transform into a high ankle sprain, the Colts couldn’t have expected that he would decide to leave the sport. Luck had talked about being scared of his future in football while recovering from that shoulder surgery in 2017, and every player deals with both mental and physical exhaustion from playing in the NFL, but few have the privilege and power to leave on their own terms. Luck had both and is moving on. The Colts now have to deal with the repercussions.

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In the short term, the Colts are devastated by this decision. Even if you assumed Luck was going to miss the beginning of the regular season, Indy was still the favorite to win the AFC South and compete for a Super Bowl. After Luck’s announcement, Caesars Sportsbook moved Indianapolis’ odds of winning the Super Bowl from 12-1 to 30-1. The Colts have gone from favorites to win the AFC South at -135 (a 57.5% implied chance of winning the division) to underdogs at +210 (32.3%). Every likely AFC playoff contender and the three other teams in the AFC South benefit.

The Colts held out quarterback Jacoby Brissett from their preseason game against the Bears on Saturday night, and while it seemed like they were just protecting their potential Week 1 starter, the significance of his role with the team has become clear. Indy will move forward with the former backup to Tom Brady as the starting quarterback and either Chad Kelly or Phillip Walker as the backup. There is a paucity of veteran options available on the free-agent market, especially after Josh McCown unretired to sign a one-year deal with the Eagles.
Andrew Luck has missed 26 games in his career, and the Colts are 10-16 without him. Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire
The Colts could attempt to sign someone like Matt Cassel to back up Brissett. If they’re unsure about Brissett or want to add another option, they could head to the trade market for someone like Ryan Fitzpatrick, Case Keenum or Nick Mullens, but their hopes for the season realistically now rest upon a quarterback who threw all of four passes behind Luck in 2018.

The Colts acquired the former third-round pick Brissett in a swap of likely cuts with the Patriots just before the 2017 season, sending Phillip Dorsett to New England in return. He quickly moved into the starting lineup for a Colts team that was realistically going nowhere in Chuck Pagano’s final season at the helm and played the way you might expect a backup passer to perform. Brissett was surprisingly effective on deep passes, but given a porous offensive line and middling receivers, he completed just 58.8% of his passes and averaged 6.6 yards per attempt, both figures comfortably below league average.

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Brissett threw just seven interceptions and added some value as a runner, but when you factor in his 10% sack rate and the generous game situations he usually worked under, the North Carolina State product posted a Total QBR of just 43.3 in 2017. That ranked 27th among 30 qualifying passers and placed him squarely between Jay Cutler and DeShone Kizer, neither of whom kept his starting job in 2018. Brissett performed admirably given that he was thrust under center for an NFL team eight days after being acquired — and Indy reportedly refused to consider offseason trade talks for Brissett even when it had Luck back on the roster — but Brissett’s 2017 season offers the Colts more hope than proof.

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There are reasons to think he will be better in his second go-round as the starter. For one, he won’t be switching teams at the end of training camp and learning a new playbook on the fly. Brissett spent all of 2018 working underneath debuting head coach Frank Reich, who molded his scheme to take advantage of Luck’s strengths. Indy wasn’t quite able to do that for Brissett under Pagano. The Colts’ new starter should have better coaching with Reich at the helm, and they still have a little over two weeks before their Week 1 trip to face the Chargers. Reich was unquestionably thinking about and beginning to prepare for what his offense might look like with Brissett as the starter, at least to begin the season. Now, those preparations will be permanent.

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Indianapolis also has a much more effective offensive line than the one that struggled to protect Brissett in 2017, although it’s also fair to pin some of the blame for those sacks on Brissett himself. In two starts and 55 pass attempts with the Patriots, Brissett was sacked on 9.8% of his dropbacks, a rate far higher than those of Brady (3.4%) and Jimmy Garoppolo (4.5%) over the same time frame. Reich will need to focus on getting the ball out of Brissett’s hands quicker than in years past.

Independent of what happens in 2019, general manager Chris Ballard now unexpectedly faces the most important offseason of his career. Brissett will be a free agent. The Colts are in excellent cap shape, but they’ll owe a total of $18.8 million in dead money for Luck, with $12.4 million due in 2019 and the remaining $6.4 million on their cap in 2020. In what was a surprise to some, Ballard didn’t use the more than $100 million the Colts had in cap space this offseason to go on a spending spree, preferring to focus on the team’s culture while staying selective with his signings. There’s no way Ballard could have known what was going to happen next, obviously, but the Colts might have found it easier to attract top-level talent with Luck as their quarterback than they will with Brissett — or someone else — as their signal-caller.

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Gilgeous-Alexander: Not filling Westbrook’s shoes

August 24th, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY — Shai Gilgeous-Alexander wants to temper expectations. Maybe that is understandable.

He is preparing to step into the point guard position Russell Westbrook held for 11 years for the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Gilgeous-Alexander averaged 10.8 points and 3.3 assists as a rookie for the Los Angeles Clippers last season. He joined the Thunder in the deal that sent All-Star Paul George to the Clippers.

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He has a massive hole to help fill. Westbrook was the 2017 NBA MVP and two-time scoring champion, two-time All-Star MVP and two-time assist leader who averaged a triple-double the past three seasons with the Thunder before he was traded to the Houston Rockets this summer.

“I am not Russell Westbrook,” Gilgeous-Alexander said matter-of-factly Thursday. “We don’t have the same name, the same body type, nothing like that. So I’m going to try to be myself and be the best me, and everything else will take care of itself.”

Thunder general manager Sam Presti has said Gilgeous-Alexander has star potential, yet he will likely split time with new addition Chris Paul next season.

“Regardless of the situation, I’m going to continue to work hard and play my game,” Gilgeous-Alexander said. “I know that eventually it will come out and things like that. I don’t worry about starting. I don’t worry about accolades or anything like that. I just work hard, keep my head down and be true to who I am.”

Gilgeous-Alexander relishes the opportunity to be mentored by Paul, a nine-time All-Star who averaged 15.6 points and 8.2 assists last season. He has worked with Paul since joining the Thunder, but wouldn’t share all that he has learned.

“Some of the things I like to keep a secret,” he said, laughing. “I’ve learned a lot from him in terms of thinking the game, angles, things like that. He’s obviously a really good player. He’s been a really good player for a really long time, and a guy that I looked up to growing up. I’ll continue to learn from him as long as I get to.”

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The Thunder have a slew of draft picks for future years, and Gilgeous-Alexander, just 21, could be a key building block.

“I think where Shai is today is not close to where ultimately he’s going to be,” Presti said last month. “But we have to be really patient with that process. But he’s got great tools, and he’ll have to follow the same track that a lot of these other players have, but we think he has a bright future.”

Danilo Gallinari, a key piece who helped the Clippers reach the playoffs last season, also joined the Thunder in the Paul George deal. The forward averaged career highs of 19.8 points and 6.1 rebounds per game last season and made 43.3 percent of his 3-pointers.

“Really skilled,” Gilgeous-Alexander said. “Competitive as well, and even a better guy. One of my vets from my rookie season, and I’m happy to have him still with me.”

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“Honestly, he was very annoying,” he said. “His screens are rock — very annoying to get over. Having him on my side of the playing field will be a lot better this year.”

Gilbert, 57, had spent the past two months in a rehabilitation center in Chicago. On Thursday, Quicken Loans CEO Jay Farner provided a brief update on Gilbert.

“On Friday, Dan Gilbert returned to Detroit to continue his rehabilitation locally,” Farner said. “We are extremely thankful for all of the skilled medical professionals who have played a significant role in Dan’s recovery and are glad to have him back home.”

Gilbert, who founded Quicken Loans, suffered the stroke May 26 after he was taken to a hospital by a family friend. He was immediately taken into a surgery for a catheter-based procedure, which doctors have credited with being a key to his recovery.

He spent more than a month at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, before going to the rehab facility.

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The Cavs and Gilbert’s numerous other dealings have operated while he has been absent, and Farner said that will continue.

“While Dan focuses his energy on the rehabilitation process, our teams across the family of companies will continue to execute at a high level, serving and supporting our clients and team members,” Farner said.

In a video recorded for Quicken Loans employees, Gilbert said earlier this month he was grateful for the outpouring of support

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