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הצטרף / הצטרפה: 04/11/2019
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SAN ANTONIO -- With Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili sitting late, the San Antonio Spurs needed Tony Parker to come through again. Parker had 25 points and nine assists and San Antonio escaped a late rally to beat the Utah Jazz 109-105 on Wednesday night, extending their winning streak to six games. The Spurs appeared destined for a relatively easy night after Parker, Duncan and Ginobili led them to an 18-point lead midway through the third quarter. Everything came unraveled as the Jazz closed the game on a 21-9 run to pull within a basket in the final minute. With Parker guiding a hybrid lineup, San Antonio held on to hand Utah its sixth straight loss at the AT&T Center. "(Parker) pulled us through it again," San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said. "They did a good job coming back and always been a gritty, physical group. They never give in. They did a good job coming back and then they were fortunate enough to make some shots, some tough shots that got them back in the game. All three (Parker, Duncan and Ginobili) of those guys did a great job, but then in the fourth Tony saved it for us, really." Duncan, Marco Belinelli and Kawhi Leonard scored 15 points each, and Ginobili had 13 in his first home start of the season for San Antonio (31-8). Utah was without Gordon Hayward for the third straight game with a strained hip flexor. Even without their leading scorer, the Jazz didnt have any problems putting up points and placing a scare in the West-leading Spurs. Enes Kanter had 25 points off the bench for Utah (13-27). Burks scored 20 points, Derrick Favours had 19 points and 12 rebounds, Trey Burke added 17 points and former Spurs forward Richard Jefferson had 15 points. Duncan and Ginobili both re-entered the game for the final 4.3 seconds, but they were essentially bystanders as San Antonio collapsed down the stretch. Duncan exited with 2:40 left in the third quarter and the Spurs leading 74-60 and led 86-73 when Ginobili left with 10:02 remaining. Parkers 16-foot jumper put San Antonio ahead 102-88 with 3 minutes left when things started to fall apart. "(Pop) thought it was probably over," Ginobili said. "Tim was already stiff, so he probably thought it was over and then it got complicated. Once you sit for so long, especially at 37 (as Duncan is), its harder to get back in." Burke hit a jumper and a 3-pointer to cut the Spurs lead to 105-102 with 17.7 seconds left. Following a pair of free throws by Belinelli, the rookie from Michigan hit another 3 to pull the Jazz within 107-105 with 4.3 seconds remaining. "It just shows who (Burke) is," Utah coach Tyrone Corbin said. "There is not a moment that is too big for him. He relishes in those moments. We are going to need him to continue to grow in those moments." The Jazz were forced to foul with time running out and Belinelli closed the scoring with a pair of free throws. Parker scored seven points in the final quarter, including four in the final 3 minutes. "Its just Pops calling my number lately," Parker said. "Since the beginning of the season, hes playing everybody, and lately hes been calling my number." Parker only had six points at the half, matching his new starting partner in the backcourt, Ginobili. Ginobili did not start the second half, but that mattered little as the other two members of the teams Big 3 stepped up. Duncan and Parker combined to score the teams first 12 points of the quarter for the Spurs first double-digit lead at 64-52. "The Spurs will make you pay for the mistakes you make," Favors said. "We did not play basic defence and got beat backdoor a lot in the third quarter." Duncan and Parker were a combined 9-for-12 shooting in the third quarter while scoring 20 points. "Its great just watching (Parker) play," Leonard said. "You know what time it is on the clock, he knows when its time to take over and he does it." NOTES: Hayward took part in pregame activities, but was still bothered by a left hip flexor that sidelined him the previous two games. ... Ginobili stood up preparing to run through his teammates during pregame announcements, but shrugged his shoulders in surprise when Ayres was announced instead. ... Duncan is four double-doubles shy of tying Hall of Famer Bill Russell for sixth on the career list. Duncan is the active leader, accumulating 781 double-doubles in 1,213 games. ... A bespectacled David Robinson received a loud ovation during the second quarter when the team honoured those who served in the military. "The Admiral" served in the Navy prior to winning two NBA titles during a Hall of Fame career with the Spurs. Wholesale Air Max 90 Womens . on the 15-day disabled Monday list because of a strained right hamstring. Air Max 90 Ultra SE Black White . The Goldeyes (10-7) lost 4-1 to the Saltdogs (8-9) Sunday afternoon before 5,834 sizzling fans at Shaw Park. The loss drops Winnipegs record to 3-4 during this past weeks seven-game homestand. http://www.outletairmax90cheap.com/outlet-air-max-90-off-white-cheap.html . Pistorius denied the allegation that he said to the close friend of the girlfriend he killed: "How can you sleep at night?" The accusation by Kim Myers provided a bizarre twist during the trial of the world-famous double-amputee Olympian, who is facing 25 years to life in prison if convicted of premeditated murder for shooting dead Steenkamp, a 29-year-old model, at his home last year. Fake Air Max 90 Ultra Essential . A criminal complaint filed in Hennepin County District Court said his girlfriend told police they got into the argument early Thursday at his suburban Minneapolis home. Fake Air Max 90 Mens . Rodgers was ruled out on Friday by Packers head coach Mike McCarthy. Matt Flynn will make his second consecutive start for the Packers. TORONTO -- Drew MacIntyre knows the significance of his record-setting win Sunday. The Toronto Marlies goalie made 30 saves in a 6-4 victory over the Abbotsford Heat, surpassing former Leafs prospect Justin Pogge in the record books with his single-season franchise best 27th win. "Its cool. Its an honour," said MacIntyre. "I dont take stuff like that lightly. Ive been in this league for a while so those kinds of things are nice." Marlies head coach Steve Spott said the game puck will be going to his star goaltender. "Its a special night for him and his family," Spott said. "Hes done so much for this organization on and off the ice. He really embodies what I think our organization is all about." Pogge, who now plays for Bofors IK in the Swedish Division 1 league, set the record during the 2008-09 season. "Good goalie. We had lots of battles I remember," said MacIntyre of Pogge. "Big guy and it wasnt easy to beat him." Leivo picked up the game-winner, giving Toronto a 5-4 lead at 9:51 of the third. He one-timed a shot from Greg McKegg from the side of the net, past Joni Ortio for his 18th of the season. "Great keep on by (Petter Granberg), kept it alive and it ended up with (McKegg) in the slot," said Leivo of the play. "He found me back door and I was fortunate enough to get it through that D-mans stick and put it into the net." Carter Ashton gave the Marlies a two-goal cushion at 16:19, beating Ortio for his 16th of the season. Toronto (41-20-6) had second-period goals from T.J. Brennan, Jamie Devane, McKegg and Tyler Biggs. Max Reinhart, Brett Olson, Ben Street and Shane OBrien responded for Abbotsford (37-25-7). Ortio, who was making his third straight start, made 21 saves in the loss. The win stretches Torontos unbeaten streak to five games (4-0-1). The Marlies also won two of three over a three-game, three-night stretch this weekend. The loss, meanwhile, halted Abbotsfords win streak at two games. Abbotsford and Toronto combined for eight goals in a 16:40 span of the second heading to the third tied 4-4. Brennan opened the scoring, on a power play, with his team-leading 22nd goal of the season at 3:15. The fourth meeting between the two teams, and second in a week, was a heated affair with the physical play reaching its peak near the six-minute mark of the second. Heat forward Tim Miller caught Marlies defenceman Andrew MacWilliam with a big open-ice, shoulder-to-chest hit leaving the Toronto blue-liner strugglinng to get up.dddddddddddd. MacWilliam was helped to the bench and did not return. Spott said MacWilliam suffered a concussion as his head took a good bump when he fell to the ice. MacWilliams injury left the Marlies, who dressed just five defenceman because Eric Knodel was suffering from the flu, with just four blue-liners for over half the game. "Its definitely a different type of challenge," said Brennan of playing with four defencemen. "We had a ton of help from our forwards helping out. We played together as one unit and pulled out the win." Brad Staubitz caught Jordan Kremyr with an illegal check to the head and was assessed a minor penalty at 5:33 of the second period. Then 1:13 later, Kenny Ryan was penalized for slashing, giving Abbotsford a two-man advantage for 47 seconds. The Heat, who entered Sunday with the leagues sixth best road power play, scored twice. Reinhart tied it 1-1 at 7:04 on the two-man advantage. With Ryan still in the box, Olson tipped a Corey Locke 2-on-1 feed past MacIntyre at 8:43 giving the visitors their first lead of the game, 2-1. Street beat MacIntyre stick-side off a Staubitz neutral zone turnover, giving Abbotsford a 3-1 lead at 10:17 of the second. Toronto then scored three unanswered to take a 4-3 lead. Devane pulled Toronto to within one, one-timing a Jerred Smithson feed past Ortio at 10:34, and the Marlies tied it 3-3 at 11:48 as McKegg put home a loose puck off a scramble in front of Ortio for his 17th of the season. Biggs gave Toronto its second lead of the game at 18:37 of the second, beating Ortio in the slot. "It was nice being down 3-1 seeing the pushback that we had," said Spott. "We beat a very good hockey club here today. Theyre well coached, they play hard and we had to play our A-game. It was a good win by our team." However, with just five seconds remaining in the second period, OBrien tied it at four. Allan McPherson picked up his first career AHL point with an assist on the goal. Marlies leading point scorer Spencer Abbott left the game near the end of the second with an upper body injury and did not return. Spott said Abbott would undergo precautionary X-Rays. Notes: Marlies goaltender Garret Sparks was a healthy scratch as the team continues to carry three goaltenders. Toronto forward Brandon Kozun was a healthy scratch after taking a penalty late in Saturdays 2-1 shootout loss to Iowa. Frazer McLaren (hip flexor) is expected back at practice Tuesday and in game action Friday in Utica. ' ' '
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