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First Cup: Monday - Truehoop Blog - Espn

Kyle Lowry of course did his thing. It wouldnt be a Raptors game if he didnt. But Lowry was the one threat in the starting five actually having any success putting the ball in the basket. Combined the starting five was deep in the minus category for the night with only Lowry and Terrence Ross, the two starters who played most of the fourth quarter with the Raptors second unit edging into a positive differential. Christopher Dempsey of The Denver Post: The compliments started rolling in during http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11222047.htm the preseason.
Source: http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/post/_/id/71642/first-cup-monday-339

Top-ranked Kentucky heads into 9-day layoff - Yahoo Sports

The crew dropped him off in a Suffolk County alley after trying in vain to extract a ransom, law-enforcement sources said. Jean-Pierre, who advertises total body workouts, pleaded guilty to kidnapping in 2006 and did six years in prison before he was paroled in late 2012. The lawyer who represented him at his arraignment didnt return a call for comment. Meanwhile, cops are investigating threats by a man overheard saying Brinsley killed the wrong cops and, Two white cops shouldve been killed, law-enforcement sources said.
Source: http://nypost.com/2014/12/29/man-accused-of-threatening-cop-was-her-personal-trainer/

How TCU built its breakthrough in 9 months - NCF Nation Blog - ESPN

AP Photo/Orlin Wagner Gary Patterson's change in offensive philosophy led to big things for TCU and QB Trevone Boykin. Mapping the path to a Big 12 championship trophy, a No. 6 ranking and spot in the Chik-fil-A Peach Bowl against Ole Miss required foresight and fortune. The process began on Dec.
Source: http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_/id/106385/how-tcu-built-its-breakthrough-in-9-months

Man accused of threatening cop was her personal trainer | New York Post

That a team holding opponents to 30 percent shooting and winning by an average margin of nearly 28 points needs improvement is a scary prospect, but Calipari says there's plenty of work to be done. For example, Kentucky's 6-of-14 3-point shooting against Louisville was something he'd like to see more often from a team averaging 32 percent. View gallery Kentucky Coach John Calipari shouts at his team during the first half of an NCAA college basketball And while nine players average 14 to 24 minutes in the platoon system, with eight averaging between 5.8 and 10.3 points, Calipari sees room to work sophomores such as Dominique Hawkins and Derek Willis into the rotation to enhance Kentucky's depth. ''They have to elevate their games to do that,'' Calipari said, ''because I am not taking minutes away from these nine guys when all deserve minutes. If those two raise their games, we'll be back to 10 guys.'' The time off certainly doesn't mean down time.
Source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/top-ranked-kentucky-heads-9-day-layoff-201051850--ncaab.html

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