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MILWAUKEE - On a night in which DeMar DeRozan went scoreless, Kyle Lowry shot 1-for-9
07.03.2018, 10:18
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MILWAUKEE - On a night in which DeMar DeRozan went scoreless, Kyle Lowry shot 1-for-9
MILWAUKEE - On a night in which DeMar DeRozan went scoreless, Kyle Lowry shot 1-for-9 from long distance, Jonas Valanciunas didnt log a minute in the fourth quarter and James Johnson didnt play at all, it was almost fitting to see the recently benched Terrence Ross go from zero to hero in the games most crucial moments. Billy Hamilton Jersey . For the first time since inheriting his starting spot from the traded Rudy Gay over 13 months ago, Ross came off the bench in Milwaukee on Monday night, 24 hours after sitting the entire second half in a disastrous loss to the undermanned Pelicans. With less than a minute remaining and the Raptors trying to hold off the charging Bucks, Ross was back in the spotlight. He didnt start but thanks to a strong showing in response to his benching - his best in weeks - the 23-year-old closed the game for a struggling DeRozan. Amir Johnson saved a broken possession with some crafty ball handling, finding Patrick Patterson, who swung it to Ross in the corner. Ross put the ball on the floor, something he did with regularity on this night, pulled up and drained a 14-footer. Moments later, after Brandon Knight cut Torontos lead back down to one, Lowry found Ross leaking out for the slam dunk in transition. It would turn out to be the dagger. He played with a lot of confidence, relaxed, Dwane Casey said of Ross following a 92-89 win. I thought he came in in the first half and got us jump-started off the bench. I dont know if its a permanent thing but I liked the way he came in and played, especially on the defensive end. After starting the last 102 games hes played, Ross found out he would be coming off the bench earlier that day, although it couldnt have come as much of a surprise given how poorly hes performed of late. Once again, the timing has been unfortunate for Ross. His last slump coincided with the teams seven-game playoff series and elimination, while this slide comes during a stretch in which the Raptors have dropped seven of 10 as a team, almost magnifying the lulls you would expect from a young player. Were struggling as a team and one guy is not shooting the ball well, not playing defence at the level he has, rebounding the way he has so it makes it look like were pointing fingers at him, Casey had said before the game. But just maybe that change or whatever will get everybody else clicking until he gets things going again. Its tough, especially with a young player were trying to develop and grow. Its often difficult to gauge Ross level of motivation because hes a quiet, sort of disengaged person by nature. Hes a different personally, Casey said. But, at least for one night, it seemed like the message was received. He looked like a different player than the one who had shot 2-for-15 in the previous three games, the one that would get lost on both ends of the floor with little-to-no interest in being found. He checked in for DeRozan with nearly five minutes to go in the first quarter, immediately knocking down his first shot, which may have gone a long way in restoring his fleeting confidence. His jumper was falling - hitting a corner three-ball shortly thereafter - and he was making plays off the dribble, looking for teammates around the rim and even throwing down a vicious one-handed slam early in the second quarter. Everybody goes through it, said Ross, who scored 16 points and grabbed five rebounds on 7-of-12 shooting in 23 minutes off the bench. So you just have to play through it because if you dont itll never go away. Youre in the NBA, youre living your dream, Patterson had told Ross. Youre in a positive situation, youre in an environment where everyone is rooting and pulling for you. No one tells him not to shoot the ball, everyone wants him to be aggressive out there and thats what hes going to keep on doing. We look for him a lot on the defensive end and on the offensive end. Hes our all-around player and hes got a lot of responsibility but hes young and he still has a lot to learn. Greivis Vasquez stepped into the starting lineup in place of Ross, but as the back-up point guard hes still needed on the floor with the second unit when Lowry is out of the game, meaning his minutes automatically go up and someone on the wing becomes the odd man out. On Monday that was Johnson, who did not log a minute. With Tyler Hansbrough playing well (Casey has also been reluctant to use Johnson at the four this season) and the Raptors trying to get Ross going again, there wasnt much time available for the versatile forward. Id love to play 15 guys, Casey explained after the game. Theres going to be some guys out of the rotation some nights and tonight those three did a good job – Terrence came in off the bench, Lou [Williams], Greivis and Kyle – so it had nothing to do with James, nothing he did wrong. Valanciunas, who had a double-double in the first half and finished with 11 points and 13 rebounds, was held out in the fourth quarter with the Bucks going small, while DeRozan didnt look like himself playing in the third game in four nights having recently returned from injury. The lineup change, as Casey says, is not permanent but it should stick for the time being as Ross regains his confidence and the team gets back on track. Vasquez will remain in the starting lineup to spread the floor as another three-point shooter and take pressure off of the tiring Lowry. Johnson, who likely missed out on the temporary promotion because of his limited range, may not see regular playing time but has done enough this season to earn a role in the rotation. He seemed to take the benching in stride, supporting his teammates on the sideline throughout the game, and Casey insists theres nothing more to it. Stay tuned. As for Ross, his skill set - when hes locked in - and his presence with the first unit are far too important to just write off. The Raptors need to get him right and Casey knows it. Ive watched film with him and talked with him, he said. Everybody is working and trying to get him through this. Its nothing unusual for guys to go through what hes going through and, again, our woes are not totally Terrence, I want to make that clear. Its not totally him. Its everybody, all of us. I think sometimes guys need to take a deep breath and kind of smell the roses a bit and see whats going on and then go play. FINAL ALL-STAR PUSH Make no mistake, Lowry will be representing the Raptors in next months All-Star Game one way or another, but with fan voting set to close Monday evening, the point guard may be better off getting a short vacation. After playing MVP-caliber ball to start the campaign, culminating in Eastern Conference Player of the Month honours for December, Lowry has hit a mid-season wall. It is what it is, he said last week. It doesnt matter. If I get in, I get in. If I dont, Ill be on the beach hanging out, resting. He could use the rest. With the Raptors losing seven of nine games entering Mondays contest, Lowry averaged 17.3 points on 38 per cent shooting from the field, 31 per cent from three-point range over that stretch. He had scored 23.0 points on 51 per cent shooting, 48 per cent from three in his previous eight contests, with Toronto winning seven of them. In the most recent balloting update, released 11 days ago, Lowry had made some progress passing Kyrie Irving for third place among guards in the East, but still sat over 100,000 votes behind Dwayne Wade for the second and final starting spot at the position. Since then public support of the Lowry campaign has skyrocketed, at least north of the border. To some recent criticism, the Raptors have ramped up their promotion on the team broadcasts while keeping track of in-arena Twitter votes for the ninth-year guard. Prime Minister Stephen Harper was the first notable Canadian to jump on board, tweeting an endorsement, which also counted as a vote (as have the 5,500 retweets its accumulated over the past two weeks). Trumping the PMs tweet, Canadian pop star Justin Bieber made a similar plea to his 59-million followers on Monday afternoon, getting retweeted 20,000 times in just 20 minutes. However, Biebers tweet and its subsequent retweets will not count towards Lowrys vote total because he did not include the hashtag NBABallot. Drew Storen Jersey .J. -- Patrick Sharp is on one of those streaks. Anthony DeSclafani Jersey . On Wednesday night, they showed that stellar defence and a little small ball can get the job done too. With pinch-runner Kevin Pillar aboard after Dioner Navarro opened the bottom of the ninth with a single, Anthony Gose dropped down an excellent bunt along the first-base line. . -- First baseman Carlos Pena and outfielder Brennan Boesch have signed minor league deals with the Los Angeles Angels.Canadas favourite pastime makes itself at home on TSN, with comprehensive regional coverage of the Winnipeg Jets, Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs. Winnipeg Jets games to move to TSN following the networks new expansion to five feeds TSN and True North Sports & Entertainment Limited are pleased to announce today that beginning this season the networks package of 60 regional Winnipeg Jets games will be moved to TSN3 – part of TSNs new expanded lineup of five national feeds branded TSN1, TSN2, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5 that debut on Monday, August 25. The announcement comes as TSNs Winnipeg Jets broadcast schedule was confirmed today. To access regional Jets games on TSN3, fans must live in the Jets designated broadcast region, which includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, and parts of Northwestern Ontario including Kenora, Dryden, and Thunder Bay. TSN subscribers with participating television service providers in the Jets broadcast region will receive TSN3. With games being moved to TSN3, the previously offered TSN Jets service is no longer required and will be retired. TSNs Jets coverage will feature play-by-play commentary by veteran broadcaster and Manitoba native Dennis Beyak. Colour commentary duties will be shared by Shane Hnidy and Brian Engblom. TSN Winnipeg Bureau Reporter Sara Orlesky will follow the Jets all season long to deliver news on the team across TSNs slate of programs and platforms. For radio coverage of the Winnipeg Jets, TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg will continue to bring fans live coverage of every Jets game as the teams official radio broadcaster. TSN 1290 delivers all the play-by-play action and analysis from a rotating crew of veteran broadcasters familiar to Jets fans. Play-by-play calls are handled by Dennis Beyak and Paul Edmonds, who most recently served as the co-host of TSN 1290s morning show. They are joined by analysts Shane Hnidy and Brian Munz, both of whom have been part of TSN 1290s Jets coverage since it debuted in 2011. Jets Regional Broadcast Schedule on TSN3 October Thursday, Oct. 9 - Winnipeg @ Arizona, 9pm ctSunday, Oct. 12 - Winnipeg @ Los Angeles, 9pm ctFriday, Oct. 17 - Nashville @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctTuesday, Oct. 21 - Carolina @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctFriday, Oct. 24 - Tampa Bay @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctSunday, Oct. 26 - Colorado @ Winnipeg, 2pm ctTuesday, Oct. 28 - Winnipeg @ NY Islanders, 6pm ctThursday, Oct. 30 - Winnipeg @ New Jersey, 6pm ct November Sunday, Nov. 2 - Winnipeg @ Chicago, 8pm ctTuesday, Nov. 4 - Nashville @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctThursday, Nov. 6 - Pittsburgh @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctTuesday, Nov. 11 - Winnipeg @ Montreal, 6:30pm ctThursday, Nov. 13 - Winnipeg @ Carolina, 6pm ctSunday, Nov. 16 - Winnipeg @ Minnesota, 4pm ctTuesday, Nov. 18 - New Jersey @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctThursday, Nov. 20 - Detroit @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctSunday, Nov. 23 - St. Louis @ Winnipeg, 3:30pm ctTuesday, Nov. 25 - Winnipeg @ Columbus, 6pm ctFriday, Nov. 28 - Winnipeg @ Boston, 6pm ct December Friday, Dec. 5 - Colorado @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctSunday, Dec. 7 - Anaheim @ Winnipeg, 2pm ctTuesday, Dec. 9 - Winnipeg @ Dallas, 7:30pm ctThursday, Dec. 11 - Winnipeg @ Colorado, 8pm ctTuesday, Dec. 16 - Buffalo @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctFriday, Dec. 19 - Boston @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctSunday, Dec. 21 - Philadelphia @ Winnipeg, 8pm ctTuesday, Dec. 23 - Winnipeg @ Chicago, 7:30pm ctMonday, Dec. 29 - Minnesota @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctWednesday, Dec. 31 - NY Islanders @ Winnipeg, 4pm ct January Monday, Jan. 5 - San Jose @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctThursday, Jan. 8 - Winnipeg @ Arizona, 8pm ctSunday, Jan. 11 - Winnipeg @ Anaheim, 8pm ctTuesday, Jan. 13 - Florida @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctThursday, Jan. 15 - Winnipeg @ Dallas, 7:30pm ctFriday, Jan. 16 - Winnipeg @ Chicago, 7:30pm ctTuesday, Jan. 27 - Winnipeg @ Pittsburgh, 6pm ctThursday, Jan. 29 - Winnipeg @ Philadelphia, 6pm ct February Monday, Feb. 2 - Winnipeg @ Calgary, 8pm ctTuesday, Feb. 3 - Winnipeg @ Vancouver, 9pm ctFriday, Feb. 6 - Chicago @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctSunday, Feb. 8 - Colorado @ Winnipeg, 5pm ctTuesday, Feb. 10 - Minnesota @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctThursday, Feb. 12 - Winnipeg @ Nashville, 7pm ctMonday, Feb. 16 - Edmonton @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctThursday, Feb. 19 - Winnipeg @ Washington, 6pm ctTuesday, Feb. 24 - Dallas @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctThursday, Feb. 26 - St. Louis @ Winnipeg, 7pm ct March Sunday, Mar. 1 - Los Angeles @ Winnipeg, 2pm ctTuesday, Mar. 10 - Winnipeg @ St. Louis, 7pm ctThursday, Mar. 12 - Winnipeg @ Florida, 6:30pm ctTuesday, Mar. 17 - San Jose @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctThursday, Mar. 19 - St. Louis @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctMonday, Mar. 23 - Winnipeg @ Edmonton, 8:30pm ctThursday, Mar. 26 - Montreal @ Winnipeg, 7pm ctTuesday, Mar. 31 - NY Rangers @ Winnipeg, 7pm ct April Saturday, Apr. 4 - Vancouver @ Winnipeg, 2pm ctMonday, Apr. 6 - Winnipeg @ Minnesota, 7pm ctTuesday, Apr. 7 - Winnipeg @ St. Louis, 7pm ctThursday, Apr. 9 - Winnipeg @ Colorado, 8pm ctSaturday, Apr. 11 - Calgary @ Winnipeg, 2pm ct TSN is home to more Toronto Maple Leafs games than ever before, with 26 Leafs games this season TSN is set to deliver more hockey than Toronto Maple Leafs games than ever before, as the network broadcasts 26 Leafs games in 2014-15. TSNs package of 26 Leafs games will air on TSN4 – part of TSNs new expanded lineup of five national feeds branded TSN1, TSN2, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5 that debut on Monday, August 25. To access Leafs games on TSN4, fans must live in the Leafs designated broadcast region. TSN subscribers with participating television service providers in the Leafs broadcast region will receive TSN4. For TSNs live game coverage, the networks broadcast teams feature award-winning play-by-play announcers Gord Miller and Chris Cuthbert and industry-leading game analyst Ray Ferraro. For radio coverage of the Toronto Maple Leafs, TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto will continue to bring fans live coverage of the team as an official radio broadcaster. Calling all the action are play-by-play commentator Joe Bowen and long-time Leafs radio analyst Jim Ralph. TSN Radio 10550s schedule of Leafs games kicks off when the team hosts Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday, Oct. Scott Feldman Jersey. 11, with pre-game coverage beginning at 6pm et. Leafs Regional Broadcast Schedule on TSN October Tuesday, Oct. 14 - Colorado @ Toronto, 7:30pm etTuesday, Oct. 21 - Toronto @ NY Islanders, 7pm etTuesday, Oct. 28 - Buffalo @ Toronto, 7:30pm et November Thursday, Nov. 6 - Toronto @ Colorado, 9pm etFriday, Nov. 14 - Pittsburgh @ Toronto, 7:30pm etTuesday, Nov. 18 - Nashville @ Toronto, 7:30pm etThursday, Nov. 20 - Tampa Bay @ Toronto, 7:30pm et December Tuesday, Dec. 2 - Dallas @ Toronto, 7:30pm etThursday, Dec. 4 - New Jersey @ Toronto, 7:30pm etTuesday, Dec. 9 - Calgary @ Toronto, 7:30pm etTuesday, Dec. 16 - Anaheim @ Toronto, 7:30pm etThursday, Dec. 18 - Toronto @ Carolina, 7pm et January Friday, Jan. 9 - Columbus @ Toronto, 7:30pm etThursday, Jan. 15 - Toronto @ San Jose, 10:30pm etMonday, Jan. 19 - Carolina @ Toronto, 7:30pm etThursday, Jan. 29 - Arizona @ Toronto, 7:30pm et February Tuesday, Feb. 3 - Toronto @ Nashville, 8pm et Tuesday, Feb. 10 - NY Rangers @ Toronto, 7:30pm etThursday, Feb. 12 - Toronto @ NY Islanders, 7pm etThursday, Feb. 26 - Philadelphia @ Toronto, 7:30pm et March Tuesday, Mar. 3 - Toronto @ Florida, 7:30pm etFriday, Mar. 13 - Toronto @ Calgary, 8pm etThursday, Mar. 19 - San Jose @ Toronto, 7:30pm etMonday, Mar 23 - Minnesota @ Toronto, 7:30pm etThursday, Mar. 26 - Florida @ Toronto, 7:30pm etTuesday, Mar. 31 - Tampa Bay @ Toronto, 7:30pm et TSN and RDS to deliver 54-plus Senators games beginning this season TSN and RDS, the official broadcasters of the Ottawa Senators, today announced their regional package of Senators games for the 2014-15 season. The announcement comes as part of Bell Medias comprehensive 12-year partnership with the Senators reached earlier this year. Beginning this season, 53 regular season Senators games plus pre-season matchups will be offered on TSN5 – part of TSNs new expanded lineup of five national feeds branded TSN1, TSN2, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5 that debut on Monday, August 25. RDSs suite of channels – including RDS, RDS2 and RDSInfo – delivers French-language coverage of 54 Ottawa Senators regular season games plus one pre-season matchup. The networks regional Senators games will be available to TSN and RDS subscribers who live in the teams designated broadcast region – which includes Eastern Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada. TSN subscribers with participating television service providers in the Sens broadcast region will receive TSN5. Senators Regional Broadcast Schedule on TSN and RDS October Thursday, Oct. 9 - Ottawa @ Nashville, 8pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Monday, Oct. 13 - Ottawa @ Florida, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDSInfo)Thursday, Oct. 16 - Colorado @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Tuesday, Oct. 28 - Ottawa @ Columbus, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Oct. 30 - Chicago @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDSInfo) November Tuesday, Nov. 4 - Detroit @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Nov. 6 - Minnesota @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Tuesday, Nov. 11 - Ottawa @ Vancouver, 10pm et (TSN5/RDS)Thursday, Nov. 13 - Ottawa @ Edmonton, 9:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Nov. 20 - Nashville @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Saturday, Nov. 22 - St. Louis @ Ottawa, 3pm et (TSN5/RDS)Monday, Nov. 24 - Ottawa @ Detroit, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Tuesday, Nov. 25 - Ottawa @ St. Louis, 8pm et (TSN5/RDS)Friday, Nov. 28 - Ottawa @ Florida, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2) December Tuesday, Dec. 2 - Ottawa @ NY Islanders, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS)Thursday, Dec. 4 - NY Islanders @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Saturday, Dec. 6 - Ottawa @ Pittsburgh, 1pm et (TSN5/RDS)Thursday, Dec. 11 - Los Angeles @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Saturday, Dec. 13 - Ottawa @ Boston, 1pm et (TSN5/RDS)Friday, Dec. 19 - Anaheim @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Monday, Dec. 22 - Ottawa @ Washington, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS)Monday, Dec. 29 - Buffalo @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDSInfo) January Saturday, Jan. 3 - Ottawa @ Boston, 1pm et (TSN5/RDS)Tuesday, Jan. 6 - Ottawa @ Philadelphia, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Jan. 8 - Ottawa @ Colorado, 9pm et (TSN5/RDS)Tuesday, Jan. 13 - Ottawa @ Dallas, 8:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Thursday, Jan. 15 - Montreal @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5) Tuesday, Jan. 20 - Ottawa @ NY Rangers, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Jan. 29 - Dallas @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Saturday, Jan. 31 - Arizona @ Ottawa, 3pm et (TSN5/RDS2) February Tuesday, Feb. 3 - Ottawa @ New Jersey, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Feb. 5 - Washington @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Tuesday, Feb. 10 - Ottawa @ Buffalo, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Feb. 12 - Pittsburgh @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Monday, Feb. 16 - Carolina @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Wednesday, Feb. 18 - Montreal @ Ottawa, 7pm et (RDS)Friday, Feb. 20 - Ottawa @ Buffalo, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS)Wednesday, Feb. 25 - Ottawa @ Anaheim, 10pm et (TSN5/RDS)Thursday, Feb. 26 - Ottawa @ Los Angeles, 10:30pm et (TSN5/RDS) March Tuesday, Mar. 3 - Ottawa @ Minnesota, 8pm et (TSN5/RDS)Friday, Mar. 6 - Buffalo @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Tuesday, Mar. 10 - Boston @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Mar. 12 - Ottawa @ Montreal, 7:30pm et (TSN5) Friday, Mar. 13 - Ottawa @ NY Islanders, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS)Tuesday, Mar. 17 - Ottawa @ Carolina, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Thursday, Mar. 19 - Boston @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Monday, Mar. 23 - San Jose @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Thursday, Mar. 26 - NY Rangers @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Sunday, Mar. 29 - Florida @ Ottawa, 5pm et (TSN5/RDS)Tuesday, Mar. 31 - Ottawa @ Detroit, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS) April Thursday, Apr. 2 - Tampa Bay @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Tuesday, Apr. 7 - Pittsburgh @ Ottawa, 7:30pm et (TSN5/RDS)Thursday, Apr. 9 - Ottawa @ NY Rangers, 7pm et (TSN5/RDS2)Saturday, Apr. 11 - Ottawa @ Philadelphia, 12:30pm et (TSN5/RDS2) Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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