CJ McCollum: There’s Rumblings of Certain [Raptors] Being Unhappy… They’re Gonna Move Someone
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Behind the Numbers preview for Monday’s 2 p.m. CT matinee in Cleveland (#Pelicans, Cavaliers rising teams with traits of elite, including top-five defenses; Mitchell, McCollum on January scoring binges; NOLA vastly improved vs. East; lineup notes + keys): https://t.co/69p9fohFO6 pic.twitter.com/P1T9YkF6nw – 9:34 PM
Final: Pels 116, Pistons 110
Valanciunas 33 pts, 16 rebs
McCollum 19 pts
Murphy 19 pts
Pels handle business in Detroit behind a big-time game from JV. He manhandled the Pistons’ shorthanded frontcourt all night. Pels get two nights off before they play Cleveland on MLK Day – 9:29 PM
End of 1st half: Pelicans 59, Pistons 50
Valanciunas 15 pts, 6 rebs
Murphy 10 pts
McCollum 9 pts, 4 assts
Pretty strong half from the Pels other than their defense against Bojan Bogdanovic (18 pts). If they limit Detroit’s fastbreak opportunities, they should maintain control. – 8:10 PM
Sixers have won 13 of 17, but in their recent losses a guard has gone off against them…
— C.J McCollum: 42 points
— Zach LaVine,: 41 points
— Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: 37 points on 10-16 from the field and 16-16 at the free-throw line last night
https://t.co/fqWNJoLoSh pic.twitter.com/qqr8HOKP6x – 10:25 AM
Friday’s 5 things via @Take5_OilChange (#Pelicans at Detroit for Friday interconference matchup, 6 p.m. CT; injury report; Zion among leaders for #NBA All-Star voting; McCollum on a tear; “24 Seconds” on best social-media users): https://t.co/XBcBtRiKst pic.twitter.com/9veavW8Qpf – 10:02 AM
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Jonah Williams Out for Rest of Bengals-Ravens Wild Card Playoff Game
Two Cincinnati Bengals players were injured in the first half of the team’s wild card playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens. With under 2 minutes left in the second quarter, offensive tackle Jonah Williams left the game after attempting to make a block on a play that led to a Bengals fumble. This is the replay of Jonah Williams’ injury, as shown on the game broadcast. pic.twitter.com/wyxTbrGd3i— Caleb Noe (@CalebNoeTV) January 16, 2023He was seen limping into the locker room, and the Bengals reported it was a left knee injury. He will not return to the game. Jackson Carman entered the game for Williams. Carman has only played four snaps all season. The only other Bengals offensive lineman on the bench is back-up center Trey Hill. Cornerback Eli Apple was also injured and down on the field in a play shortly after Williams’ injury. Broadcasters said he was seen in the medical tent, but after evaluation remained on the sideline. Rookie Dax Hill came into the game in place of Apple on the Ravens final drive that led to a game-leading field goal. Apple did return to the game at the beginning of the third quarter. During this season, the Bengals have gone 15 games without any offensive line injuries. In the last three games, right tackle La’el Collins, right guard Alex Cappa and, now, Williams have all been injured.
Giants Co-owner Steve Tisch ‘proud’ of Team With ‘much Work Left to Be Done’
MINNEAPOLIS — Giants co-owner Steve Tisch was “proud” after Sunday’s playoff victory but acknowledged “there is much work left to be done” to build sustained success.
Tisch sent his message to the media in a lengthy statement provided by the Giants after the team’s 31-24 Wild Card win over the Vikings in year one of the Joe Schoen-Brian Daboll regime.
He has not spoken this extensively to the media, even through team statements, in three years.
“My family and I are proud of the players, coaches and staff and how everyone throughout the entire organization has worked together to make this a successful season,” Tisch said in the statement. “We are happy for the Giants fans who have endured some tough times with us in recent years. We appreciate their support, passion and enthusiasm.
“Joe and Dabs have laid the foundation for continued success,” Tisch continued. “We all agree there is much work left to be done. Their shared vision and constant dialogue is always about what is best for the organization, as is their consistent approach day in and day out and the great communication with John [Mara] and me.”
Tisch’s sentiment sounds familiar.
He was restless when he spoke in Jan. 2020, promising to be more present in East Rutherford, N.J., to help turn around the franchise. John Mara and Tisch compromised and retained GM Dave Gettleman while firing Pat Shurmur back then.
But Tisch also pushed for wholesale change last offseason, which led to the dismissals of both Gettleman and head coach Joe Judge.
Tisch endured a personal tragedy in the summer of 2020, so his silence and privacy have been respected. He was excited to see a win in Minnesota on Sunday, though, and remains dedicated to making sure this won’t be fleeting success.
Original Article: readingeagle.com
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