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2019年04月08日
Hurricanes top Flyers 4-3, will face Capitals in 1st round
Carolina Hurricanes coach Rod Brind'Amour was pretty forgiving of his team's effort Saturday night against the Philadelphia Flyers championship rings.

Game No. 82 for the Hurricanes had some playoff implications. But with a trip to the postseason already guaranteed, their passive play at times was excused by their first-year coach.

Jordan Staal scored the go-ahead goal in the second period and the Hurricanes barely hung on to win 4-3 on Saturday night for their fourth victory in five games.

The Carolina hurricanes championship rings for sale finished in the top wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference and will play the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals in the opening round of the playoffs. Warren Foegele, Justin Faulk and Teuvo Teravainen all scored in the first period for the Hurricanes, who clinched their first postseason berth since 2009 Thursday night with a win over New Jersey.

"You could just feel it," Brind'Amour said. "The guys had pretty much given everything they had all year. They knew we were in the playoffs. Even though there was stuff riding on it, at the end of the day we were basically playing Tampa or Washington. Pick your poison. I think that was in the back of their minds. I still give them credit. They came out and won the game. It certainly wasn't our best, but this group finds ways."

Carolina also set a franchise record with its 22nd road win this season. The Hurricanes went 31-12-2 over their last 45 games, placing them among the top three in the league since the calendar turned to 2019 nhl championship rings.

Oskar Lindblom, Travis Konecny and Sean Couturier had goals for the Flyers, who missed the playoffs.

The custom Philadelphia Flyers championship rings had a lineup with seven defensemen instead of the standard six -- but they still struggled to defend in their own end. Foegele and Faulk were each the beneficiaries of negligent defensive zone coverage from Philadelphia and scored goals separated by 2 minutes, 29 seconds when loose pucks found their sticks in the middle of the ice.

It was the fourth consecutive game the Flyers trailed 2-0 and the 32nd time this year.

Lindblom beat Curtis McElhinney to cut the deficit to 2-1 late in the first period. But Teravainen tallied his 21st when, relatively untouched, he took a pass in the slot from Staal and beat Carter Hart with a wrist shot.

Philadelphia got goals from Konecny and Couturier in the first 6:07 of the second period to tie the game championship sports rings.

But Staal quickly put the Hurricanes up again -- and to stay -- when he beat Hart from the slot at 7:33

McElhinney stopped all 10 of the Flyers' shots in the third period and finished with 28 saves overall.

The cheap Carolina hurricanes championship rings registered just one shot on goal in the third period.

Dates and times for the first round of the playoffs will be released Sunday morning. The Hurricanes went 0-3-1 against Washington this year, including two consecutive losses in a home-and-home split March 26 and 28.
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2019年04月01日
Without Doncic, Mavericks stun Thunder 106-103
Without their best player and supposedly playing out the string of a disappointing season, the Dallas Mavericks championship rings figured to be one of the less-difficult opponents as playoff-bound Oklahoma City looked to improve its postseason seed.

The Mavericks were having none of that.

Trey Burke had 25 points and eight assists, Dwight Powell scored the winning basket on a dunk with 21 seconds left and Dallas stunned the Thunder 106-103 on Sunday despite the absence of star rookie Luka Doncic, who missed the game with a right thigh contusion.

Jalen Brunson had 18 points, Devin Harris added 15 and Dirk Nowitzki -- playing perhaps his final game in Oklahoma City -- grabbed a season-high 13 rebounds to go with seven points for the Mavericks, who were 3-17 over their previous 20 games.

Russell Westbrook had 25 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists for his 30th triple-double of the season and Paul George had 27 points and 11 rebounds for the Thunder, who had sealed a Western Conference playoff spot Saturday when the Sacramento Kings lost. But Oklahoma City has struggled since the All-Star break, going 7-13 custom nba championship rings.

Asked what the mood of the Thunder is, George said, "That's among this locker room."

One explanation for the Thunder's woes is their shooting struggles. They hit 38.8 percent from the field and 25.6 percent (11 of 43) from 3-point range against Dallas, which hit 16 of 44 3-point attempts (36.4 percent)

Dallas led 93-84 after Burke made one of two free throws with 6:50 left, but Oklahoma City used a 14-4 run and went ahead 98-97 with 1:59 left on two free throws by George, the first of six lead changes in the final two minutes cheap championship rings.

Burke scored on a tough, driving basket with 1:15 left to put Dallas back up 100-98, but George answered with a 3-pointer with 1:09 left. Brunson hit a 17-foot jumper with 49.1 seconds and the Mavericks went ahead 102-101 before Jerami Grant's layup -- off an inbounds pass from Westbrook -- put Oklahoma City up 103-102 with 32.8 seconds left.

Brunson passed to Powell for the dunk with 21 seconds left and Dallas again took the lead. Dennis Schroder and George each missed a 3-point attempt for the Thunder before Dallas' Ryan Broekhoff made two free throws with 4.2 seconds left to make it 106-103. Westbrook missed a 38-foot shot just before the buzzer.

Steven Adams added 20 points and 15 rebounds and Grant had 14 points for Oklahoma City, while Powell had 11 points and nine rebounds for the Dallas Mavericks championship rings for sale.

Doncic missed the game with a right thigh contusion.

An 11-0 spurt over 91 seconds of the second quarter -- which included two 3-pointers from Harris -- gave the Mavericks a 51-37 lead with 5:05 left in the half, but Oklahoma City closed the half on a 19-7 run to pull within 58-56.
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2019年03月28日
Gonzaga, Florida State set for Sweet 16 rematch
Florida State beat Gonzaga in last season's Sweet 16, and folks on the Bulldogs' side will be quick to point out that they didn't have starting big man Killian Tillie.

Gonzaga expects to have a healthy Tillie for this season's Sweet 16 rematch Thursday in the West Region in Anaheim, Calif.

But he won't be the biggest difference when the top-seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs championship rings (32-3) take on the fourth-seeded Seminoles (29-7) in a battle of deep, experienced teams with length and athleticism.

The difference-maker in 2019 could very well be Brandon Clarke.

The 6-foot-8 junior transfer from San Jose State leads the nation in field-goal percentage (69.9) and is tied for third in blocks per game (3.1). He dominated with 36 points, eight rebounds and five blocks, while shooting 15 of 18 from the field, as the Bulldogs turned away Baylor 83-71 in a second-round game on Saturday.

Last season, Clarke watched Gonzaga-FSU on TV.

Doing what he did against undersized Baylor is one thing; doing it against Florida State Seminoles championship rings powerful, tall trees such as 6-foot-10 forward Mfiondu Kabengele (team-high 13.4 points per game) and 7-4 Christ Koumadje will be something else entirely. FSU's usual rotation includes three others who are at least 6-7, including Phil Cofer.

All kinds of emotions are wrapped up in Cofer, who missed the first two games of the NCAA championship rings Tournament because of a foot injury and learned after Thursday's first-round win over Vermont that his father, former NFL linebacker Michael Cofer, had died after a long illness.

Florida State players honored their teammate's father with badges or messages on their warmup shirts, jerseys and shoes.

Coach Leonard Hamilton told 97.9 ESPN Radio in Tallahassee, Fla., on Monday that Cofer would not be available Thursday, and would not likely be with the team if it advanced to play in the West Region final University/College Rings championship rings.

Cofer is averaging 7.4 points, 3.5 rebounds and 26.2 minutes per game, starting 19 of his 22 games. He had seven points when Florida State defeated the Bulldogs 75-60 in Los Angeles in last season's Sweet 16.

Tillie, a starter last season, is now coming off bench behind Clarke and All-American Rui Hachimura (team-high 19.7 points per game) in a terrific frontcourt rotation. Tillie has been slowed by two foot injuries this season but returned four games ago custom championship rings.

Gonzaga coach Mark Few said it was "a crushing blow to us, emotionally" when the team found out in warmups that Tillie couldn't go in last season's Sweet 16 due to a hip injury.

Gonzaga is making its fifth consecutive Sweet 16 appearance, the longest streak in the nation, which includes a run to the 2017 national title game. Few has said this is his best team in transition; the Bulldogs have the nation's most efficient offense, according to KenPom.com

Florida State has the size and depth to match up and is battle-tested through its ACC championship rings slate, as well as with nonconference victories over LSU and Purdue.
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2019年03月25日
Athletics beat Giants 5-0 in Bay Bridge exhibition series
Japan is over for the Oakland Athletics championship rings. A couple of big swings helped wake up the A's.

Stephen Piscotty, Jurickson Profar and Ramon Laureano homered, and Oakland beat the cheap San Francisco Giants championship rings 5-0 on Sunday in the Bay Bridge exhibition series.

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"It was weird . plus the jet lag, with some of the guys it seemed like we were kind of sleepwalking through (batting practice)," A's manager Bob Melvin said. "You put a couple of good swings on them and the next thing you know you've got five runs on the board and the way those two guys were pitching that was enough today."

Brett Anderson pitched six innings of three-hit ball, and Frankie Montas struck out three while finishing the three-hitter.

The 31-year-old Anderson struck out three and walked one, capping an impressive spring for the injury-prone left-hander world series rings.

"Coming in, you hope he's healthy enough to get through a spring and he's been way better than that. He's really pitched well," Melvin said. "You really don't go on spring training results for guys like him but it's nice to see him in the fashion that he is."

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Manager Bruce Bochy said Rodriguez will begin the season as the team's third starter, slotted for Saturday's game in San Diego championship rings.

Piscotty went deep after Matt Chapman walked with one out in the first. Profar connected in the fourth, and Laureano added a two-run shot in the seventh.

San Francisco acquired veteran catcher Erik Kratz in a trade with the Brewers in exchange for minor league infielder C.J. Hinojosa. The Giants reassigned catcher Stephen Vogt to minor league camp, and right-hander Jose Lopez was designated for assignment.

Melvin said 1B Matt Olson will be out indefinitely after undergoing surgery on Friday on his right hand. "Now it's just about hopefully that bone healing up and getting him back out there as quick as you can," Melvin said. "There's also a period of time where you have to build up the hand strength, so there's really no timetable on it, but obviously the sooner the better with a guy like him." Profar, Mark Canha and Chad Pinder will split time at first until Olson returns, Melvin said. ... LHP Jesus Luzardo (strained left shoulder) has started a strengthening program. The touted prospect is expected to miss at least four weeks. "He's felt better the last couple of days, but it doesn't affect the timetable," Melvin said.
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2019年03月21日
Tavares, Matthews lead Maple Leafs to 4-2 win over Sabres
Mike Babcock sensed his slumping Toronto Maple Leafs championship rings were showing signs of turning the corner.

Auston Matthews and John Tavares delivered on their coach's belief.

The high-scoring duo each had a goal and assist, and the Toronto Maple Leafs championship rings for sale won for just the second time in six games, beating the Buffalo Sabres 4-2 on Wednesday night.

The Maple Leafs didn't wilt despite trailing 1-0 after an opening period in which they outshot Buffalo 19-7. And they responded by scoring three consecutive goals, including Tavares and Marner scoring 1:50 apart, spanning the second intermission.

Mitchell Marner and Zach Hyman, into an empty net, also scored and the Maple Leafs inched to within four points of the idle Boston Bruins championship rings in the race for second place in the Atlantic Division standings. Garret Sparks stopped 22 shots for Toronto, which was playing on consecutive nights after a 3-0 loss at Nashville.

Casey Mittelstadt and Alexander Nylander scored for Buffalo, which dropped to 1-7-1 in its past nine. Coming off a 4-3 shootout win over St. Louis on Sunday, the Sabres have gone 41 games since winning consecutive outings. It's a stretch dating to Dec. 11-13, during which Buffalo dropped to 12-24-5.

Hutton was solid by making 42 saves in a game Toronto outshot Buffalo 46-24 custom championship rings.

The lack of consistency has raised questions regarding Sabres coach Phil Housley's job security just two seasons into his tenure.

Housley wasn't looking beyond Buffalo's loss to Toronto.

Last year, Buffalo became the NHL stanley cup championship rings first team to finish 31st following the addition of expansion Vegas Golden Knights. This year, the Sabres have unraveled over the past four months and are in jeopardy of becoming the league's second team to miss the playoffs in a season in which they won 10 straight games.

Tavares scored the go-ahead goal with 1:28 left in the second period by converting a puck that pingponged into the crease. William Nylander's shot from the right circle struck the crossbar, then the post, and bounced to the left of the net, where it struck Buffalo captain Jack Eichel's knee and ricocheted back into the crease, where Tavares tapped it in.

Tavares then set up Marner's goal 22 seconds into the third period with a no-look backhand pass from the left boards. Marner was untouched in driving to the slot, where he snapped a shot under Hutton's blocker.

Sparks was coming off a 38-save performance in a 6-2 loss at Ottawa on Saturday, and suggested the cheap Toronto Maple Leafs championship rings needed to show more emotion.

Before the game, Babcock, agreed with the notion that Sparks' comments might place more pressure on the backup goalie.

As for his expectations, Babcock said he wanted Sparks to focus on his own game.
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2019年03月18日
Knicks block LeBron at the finish, rally to beat Lakers
LeBron James drove left, the No. 4 scorer in NBA history needing a basket to beat the worst team in the league.

Defending him was a journeyman who hadn't even gotten off the Knicks' bench in a month.

James' shot didn't go in. Didn't even get to the rim.

Mario Hezonja blocked James' shot with 2.3 seconds to play, allowing New York to complete a late rally and beat the Los Angeles Lakers championship rings 124-123 on Sunday.

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James finished with 33 points, eight assists and six rebounds in his return after sitting out a game, but the Knicks spoiled it with a closing 13-1 burst. James shot just 4 for 15 in the final quarter.

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Emmanuel Mudiay had 28 points and eight assists for the New York Knicks championship rings for sale, who snapped an eight-game losing streak. His two free throws with 22 seconds remaining were the final points of the game.

Kyle Kuzma added 18 points for the Lakers, who have lost three straight and eight of nine.

James sat out Friday in Detroit on the second night of back-to-back games and had plenty of energy for his lone visit of the season to Madison Square Garden. And it appeared his custom Los Angeles Lakers championship rings would ease to the victory when James' jumper with 3:44 to play gave them a 122-111 lead.

But everything changed from there and the Knicks ended up with just their NBA-low 14th victory of the season.

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Cameras showed James sitting all the way at the end of the bench during first-half play, far from some teammates. Knicks TV analyst Walt Frazier criticized James for not publicly being more part of the team, saying James "doesn't really care" about the perception.

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They finished 16 of 22 in the period to lead 41-30, but the Lakers outscored them 36-22 in the second to bring a 66-63 edge into halftime.
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2019年03月14日
Harper goes 0-for-2 against Yankees' Tanaka
Bryce Harper went 0-for-2 against New York Yankees championship rings Opening Day starter Masahiro Tanaka on Wednesday night in his third spring training game, and first on the road, since signing baseball's biggest contract with the Philadelphia Phillies championship rings.

The slugger is hitless in three at-bats and has walked three times overall.

"I feel like I have six at-bats," Harper said. "Still got to get going and get my timing right. That's the biggest thing. I think I'm seeing it pretty well. Just got to get timing."

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Harper, who homered for his only hit in five regular-season at-bats against Tanaka, struck out swinging on the eighth pitch of his at-bat in the third.

The strikeout came on an 89 mph splitter.

"Not just him, I think the whole lineup was close to their Opening Day starting lineup," Tanaka said through a translator. "So, it's always good to be able to pitch against guys that will regularly start a game, and you obviously always want to do good against those guys."

Tanaka allowed two runs, six hits and struck out six over 3 2/3 innings cheap championship rings.

Facing reliever Adam Ottavino in the fifth, Harper was awarded first base on catcher's interference and then stole second.

"I said, 'Hey, it's spring training, can I stay here?'" Harper said. "[The umpire] said get to first. I tried. I would have liked to get that last at-bat, for sure."

Harper left Washington as a free agent and signed a record $330 million, 13-year contract with Philadelphia this month.

"Bryce being here and bringing this attention, I think, has a chance to create higher expectations, which can create a higher level of play from our guys," Phillies manager Gabe Kapler said. "And also I think it separates the guys who play with the brightest lights from the guys who can't, and I think that's a great thing for our ballclub."

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Harper talked with Hall of Famer and New York Yankees championship rings for sale adviser Reggie Jackson, who told the six-time All-Star that he is important to the game.

"Definitely humbling," Harper said. "Just to be able to stand there and talk to him and hear what he had to say, it's pretty incredible."
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2019年03月11日
No. 12 Houston beats No. 20 Cincinnati 85-69 for AAC title
Galen Robinson Jr. raised his arms at midcourt as the buzzer sounded and red-clad Cincinnati fans headed glumly for the exits. No. 12 Houston has just drubbed the American Athletic Conference's defending champion, leaving no doubt about who's best this time around.

It's the Cougars, and it's not even close.

Corey Davis Jr. scored a career-high 31 points Sunday, and Houston dominated the second half for an 85-69 victory over No. 20 Cincinnati that clinched the AAC's regular-season title outright.

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Down by six early in the second half, Nate Hinton hit back-to-back 3s that started a 35-12 spurt. Davis' back-to-back 3s put the Cougars up by 17 points and sent Cincinnati fans headed home with 4:22 to go.

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Cincinnati held a slim lead through most of the first half, but Davis Jr. made a jump shot, a 3-pointer and a pair of free throws in the last 1:33 that sent the Cougars into halftime up 37-35. They missed eight of their first nine shots in the second half, and Cincinnati pulled ahead 47-41 .

Hinton hit back-to-back 3s that sparked the decisive run. The Cougars went 8 of 14 from beyond the arc in the second half while pulling away.
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2019年03月06日
Hayward, Celtics run away from Warriors for a 128-95 win
DeMarcus Cousins lost his cool and the Golden State Warriors championship rings lost at home in embarrassing fashion once again.

Gordon Hayward scored 30 points off the bench, Kyrie Irving had 19 points and 11 assists, and the cheap Boston Celtics championship rings ran away from the Warriors early on the way to a 128-95 win Tuesday night in a game that turned testy with the two-time defending champions down big.

Cousins and Terry Rozier received double technicals with 8:44 to play. Cousins was called for his fifth foul on a charge drawn by Aron Baynes, then the fiery Warriors center stood over Baynes in clear frustration. Jayson Tatum bumped Cousins with his right arm and Cousins pushed back with some force, then Rozier entered the fray and he and Cousins traded shoves.

Boogie's moment summed up an ugly evening of basketball by his team -- and fans seeing their final season in the East Bay made a mad dash for the Oracle Arena exits in the closing minutes. It was the Warriors' fifth home defeat by 20 or more points.

"I'd love to have some magic potion and say we can come out and play with better energy and better discipline and kind of rectify it, but we've got to, at some point, stop talking about it and figure it out," Stephen Curry said.

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Kevin Durant scored 18 points but committed five turnovers, while Cousins wound up with 10 points on 4-for-12 shooting -- missing all five of his 3-point tries -- and nine rebounds to go with four turnovers.

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"I think we played with purpose all the way through. We were very businesslike the whole night, even at halftime and just now after the game," Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. "We know we haven't played like that enough but It's encouraging as a reminder that we can."

Golden State Warriors championship rings for sale missed its initial four shots and fell behind 11-0 as Boston started 5 of 7 before Curry's jumper at 8:26. The Warriors made five straight shots and used a 12-2 burst to get right back in it.

Alfonzo McKinnie started in place of Thompson and contributed seven points in 17 minutes.

Durant responded to that by asking, "I thought we moved off of joy, now anger?" in response to Kerr's usual message of playing with joy.

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"All around top to bottom, coaches, players, we've just got to be better," he said.
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