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LONDON -- Arsene Wenger hopes Theo Walcott will bring a different dimension to Arsenals attack when the winger returns this weekend after a two-month layoff to recover from an abdominal injury. Cheap Authentic Jerseys . Walcott is available for Saturdays home match against Southampton as Arsenal looks to extend its two-point lead at the top of the Premier League. The Gunners are currently the second highest scorers in the league but Wenger insists Walcott will add something extra to his team. Wenger said Friday that "he can always give you a different option in the game and that is of course vital. ... Theo has different qualities to other players and I am very pleased that he is back." Cheap NFL Jerseys . PETERSBURG, Fla. Wholesale Jerseys .com) - The game was all punts and field goals before Kodi Whitfields catch.http://www.wholesalejerseysauthenticnfl.com/ . Detroit and Boston are deadlocked, 1-1, and Tigers manager Jim Leyland could be forgiven if he was caught rationalizing instead of dissecting how his club could blow a 5-1 lead late in Game 2.CAREZZA, Italy -- Canadian Caroline Calve won gold in parallel slalom on Saturday in an alpine snowboard World Cup event. Calve, from Gatineau, Que., claimed her third career World Cup win by edging Russias Ekaterina Tudegesheva in the final, beating her opponent by just 0.06 seconds. Germanys Selina Joerg took third. "Its good to have a podium result before the Olympics," said Calve. "But its my second win within the qualification period so I wasnt that nervous before this race. Now, its even less stress." Organizers reset the course for the finals due to the slope conditions. The final course was 340 metres in length and featured 25 gates. "It was the right decision to re-set the course after the qualification," said Calve. "It made the racing so much more even, easier and more fun." Patrizia Kummer of Switzerland and Tudegesheva are joint top of the parallel standinngs. Cheap Jerseys. Calve is 40 points behind, in third. The other Canadian women did not get past qualifying. Ariane Lavigne of Lac-Superieur, Que., was 27th, Marianne Leeson of Burlington, Ont., 30th and Calgarys Ekaterina Zavialova was 40th On the mens side, the final was even closer as Frances Sylvain Dufour secured his careers second win by edging out Austrias Alexander Payer by only one hundredth of a second. Lukas Mathies, also from Austria, finished third. Dufour moved into third in the World Cup parallel standings, behind Zan Kosir of Slovenia and Mathies. Matthew Morison of Blackstock, Ont., was the only Canadian to get past the preliminaries and was 13th. Jasey-Jay Anderson of Lac-Superieur was 32nd, Torontos Michael Lambert was 37th, Matthew Carter of Maryhill, Ont., placed 39th, Steve Barlow of Courtice, Ont., finished 43rd and Sebastien Beaulieu of Sherbrooke, Que., came in 53rd. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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LONDON -- Arsene Wenger hopes Theo Walcott will bring a different dimension to Arsenals attack when the winger returns this weekend after a two-month layoff to recover from an abdominal injury. Cheap Authentic Jerseys . Walcott is available for Saturdays home match against Southampton as Arsenal looks to extend its two-point lead at the top of the Premier League. The Gunners are currently the second highest scorers in the league but Wenger insists Walcott will add something extra to his team. Wenger said Friday that "he can always give you a different option in the game and that is of course vital. ... Theo has different qualities to other players and I am very pleased that he is back." Cheap NFL Jerseys . PETERSBURG, Fla. Wholesale Jerseys .com) - The game was all punts and field goals before Kodi Whitfields catch.http://www.wholesalejerseysauthenticnfl.com/ . Detroit and Boston are deadlocked, 1-1, and Tigers manager Jim Leyland could be forgiven if he was caught rationalizing instead of dissecting how his club could blow a 5-1 lead late in Game 2.CAREZZA, Italy -- Canadian Caroline Calve won gold in parallel slalom on Saturday in an alpine snowboard World Cup event. Calve, from Gatineau, Que., claimed her third career World Cup win by edging Russias Ekaterina Tudegesheva in the final, beating her opponent by just 0.06 seconds. Germanys Selina Joerg took third. "Its good to have a podium result before the Olympics," said Calve. "But its my second win within the qualification period so I wasnt that nervous before this race. Now, its even less stress." Organizers reset the course for the finals due to the slope conditions. The final course was 340 metres in length and featured 25 gates. "It was the right decision to re-set the course after the qualification," said Calve. "It made the racing so much more even, easier and more fun." Patrizia Kummer of Switzerland and Tudegesheva are joint top of the parallel standinngs. Cheap Jerseys. Calve is 40 points behind, in third. The other Canadian women did not get past qualifying. Ariane Lavigne of Lac-Superieur, Que., was 27th, Marianne Leeson of Burlington, Ont., 30th and Calgarys Ekaterina Zavialova was 40th On the mens side, the final was even closer as Frances Sylvain Dufour secured his careers second win by edging out Austrias Alexander Payer by only one hundredth of a second. Lukas Mathies, also from Austria, finished third. Dufour moved into third in the World Cup parallel standings, behind Zan Kosir of Slovenia and Mathies. Matthew Morison of Blackstock, Ont., was the only Canadian to get past the preliminaries and was 13th. Jasey-Jay Anderson of Lac-Superieur was 32nd, Torontos Michael Lambert was 37th, Matthew Carter of Maryhill, Ont., placed 39th, Steve Barlow of Courtice, Ont., finished 43rd and Sebastien Beaulieu of Sherbrooke, Que., came in 53rd. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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CARSON, Calif. Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP Dark Navy . -- Seattles Eddie Johnson and Los Angeles Juninho traded first-half goals and the Sounders and Galaxy settled for a 1-1 draw Saturday night. Johnson headed home a corner kick to give Seattle a 25th-minute lead, and Juninho scored on a 24-yard free kick in first-half stoppage time. Seattle (15-8-5), which saw its five-game winning streak halted, increased its lead in the Western Conference and Supporters Shield standings to two points. Los Angeles (13-10-6) jumped back into fourth place in the West, five points behind the Sounders. Both teams were without their U.S. national team stars. Galaxy forward Landon Donovan sprained his ankle sustained last weekend and Sounders forward Clint Dempsey strained a calf in training this week. The Galaxy were dominant after halftime, scoring a potential tiebreaking goal that was waved off and created little else that was concrete. "We just werent good enough in the final third of the field, with the final pass or our look at the goal, and it made a difference in the game," Los Angeles coach Bruce Arena said. "We obviously got the one goal called back. If that was a foul, then maybe Eddie doesnt get his goal in the first half. I thought (the officiating) was inconsistent, and in a tight game like that, those kinds of plays and calls are what decides the outcome." Johnson scored on an open header from about 8 yards, losing Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez as he started his run at the top of the box to get to Mauro Rosales serve. Johnson nearly scored another in the 39th, but Los Angeles goalkeeper Jaime Penedo leaped to grab his open shot in the box. Juninho tallied with the final touch of the first half, bending a free kick from just above the semicircle inside the left post. Rookie Gyasi Zardes forced a leaping save from Seattle goalkeeper Michael Gspurning with a blast toward the upper-right corner in the 19th minute, and he appeared to put the Galaxy ahead following a free kick 15 minutes into the second half, after Gonzalez headed Juninhos cross into the goalmouth. Referee Silviu Petrescu whistled the Galaxy for a foul, apparently on defender Todd Dunivant, while the ball was in the air. "I think they had a little more possession than we had, for sure," Seattle coach Sigi Schmid said. "But I think that we had some very dangerous chances. ... I think we had opportunities to get our second goal, but thats the way it is. Its an end-to-end game, an exciting game for the fans, but it wasnt always the best soccer." Nike Roshe One Uk . He says so-called TRT is only one problem and he wants to go even further than the ban. "Its about time," St-Pierre told reporters at a promotional event in Montreal on Friday. "I think its a good thing. Cheap Nike Shox Nz Mens . -- Stanford squashed Oregons national championship hopes again, schooling the Ducks in power football. http://www.cheaprosheronesale.co.uk/nike-roshe-one-waterproof-on-sale.html . The injury bothered Bledsoe in the Suns victory over the Clippers on Monday and he sat out the teams home loss to Memphis on Thursday night.Off the heels of a successful event for the UFCs debut on FOX Sports 1, the promotion is back at it again this Wednesday evening with UFC Fight Night 27.  A pivotal rematch in the welterweight division headlines the event, which has five Ultimate Fighter alumni on the main card.  Once again Jordan Cieciwa and I go head to head in our picks this week and are aiming for a better result. My #TeamLynch prevailed on the last event going a lackluster 7 for 13 compared to #TeamJC who went 4 for 13. As always you can follow me (@LynchOnSports) or Jordan (@FitCityJordan) if you agree or disagree, also feel free to leave your opinions in the comment section below.   Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann Lynch: Former UFC interim welterweight champ Condit aims for redemption Wednesday night as he faces off with muay-thai specialist Kampmann. This is a rematch of their April 1st 2009 encounter back at UFC Fight Night 18, in which the Dutchman spoiled the promotional debut of the 29-year old Condit, winning a closely contested split decision. Both fighters badly need a win, as the Jackson/Winklejohn product is on a two-fight slide, while the Las Vegas resident is coming off a devastating first round knockout at the hands of Johny Hendricks at UFC 158. If Condit can follow the blueprint that Nate Marquardt, Paul Daley and of course Hendricks used in their victories against Kampmann, we could see a quick finish if the former WEC champ is able to connect early. However the later this fight goes, the more "The Hitman" becomes the favorite, as he is well known for outworking his opponents and earning late finishes (as per his wins over Thiago Alves and Jake Ellenberger). Despite all this, Condit should still win this fight as hes proven in his losses to St-Pierre and Hendricks that hes extremely difficult to finish. I think well see Condit play it safe throughout the fight, pick his shots and earn a unanimous decision victory. Condit via unanimous decision JC: Kampmann was all but forgotten it feels like after Hendricks knocked him out in under a minute. He was hot off the heels of three impressive wins. Now he finds himself staring at his biggest challenge and rematch since 2009, in Carlos Condit. Condit needs a win, and has the talent to finish what he started in 2009.  In my opinion that fight was his and is another shining example of why fighters cant let judges decide their fate.  Kampmann, although an excellent kickboxer, seems to be susceptible to the KO in big fights. Thats great news for Condit; hes got the complete game and should be able to finish this fight with a big punch or kick. There is no quit in Carlos Condit, he is always improving, and I truly feel he will be able to set up and land enough strikes to make the fight his, this time.  As it did in 2009, this should go the distance, but be very exciting. Condit via unanimous decision Donald Cerrone vs. Rafael dos Anjos Lynch: In a matchup that will likely contend for "Fight of the Night" honors, former WEC title challenger Cerrone squares off with the Brazilian Dos Anjos. "Cowboy" is coming off an impressive victory over Strikeforce import K.J. Noons in which he brutalized the 30-year-old over three rounds to earn the judges decision. The Kings MMA fighter meanwhile is coming off a controversial victory against Evan Dunham, in which many pundits (including myself) thought the 31-year old was robbed by the judges. Despite the 28-year old being a black-belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Cerrone actually has more submission wins throughout his career with 13 (compared to 8 for Dos Anjos). With that said, the edge in this fight goes to Ceronne, who has more technical striking and I think well see that on display over the course of three rounds as hell have his hand raised for his second straight victory. Cerrone via unanimous decision JC: If you listen to the "Weigh In" on TSN 1290, youll know how big of a fan of Donald Cerrone I am.  Hardest working guy in MMA, always takes the fight, and more often than not puts on a great show.  With that said, Rafael Dos Anjos has strung together five impressive wins, beat some top competitors, and always brings a good fight.  Dos Anjos has an amazing group of athletes to train with at Kings MMA, and I think he will be the better prepared fighter. Im expecting control to go to Dos Anjos, and he will take home a win. Dos Anjos via unanimous decision  Kelvin Gastelum vs. Brian Melancon Lynch: A bout in which both fighters are looking for their second UFC victory, Ultimate Fighter 17 winner Gastelum takes on Strikeforce veteran Melancon. The 21-year old Gastelum is coming off an impressive upset win over TUF 17 tournament favorite Uriah Hall, which saw him effectively use his wrestling to grind out a decision. The Ricco Rodriguez trained Melancon hadd an equally impressive debut by knocking out TUF 11 alum Seth Baczynski at UFC 162. Cheap Nike Roshe One HYP QS. With 15 fights between the two of them, this will definitely be a showcase for the future of the welterweight division. Because of his superior wrestling, I see Gastelum having his hand raised at the end of this fight as he should effectively get the takedown numerous times over three rounds to emerge victorious.  Gastelum via unanimous decision JC: The cast of the Ultimate Fighter have been looking a little weak as they come across higher ranking talent. Gastelum surprised a lot of people with his wrestling and win against Uriah Hall. That wrestling wont be enough to control Brian Melancon. His Strikeforce experience and last second win over Seth Baczynski (4:59 of the first) has me thinking this fight will go his way. These two need to put on a good show and convince fans and UFC management that they have what it takes to be in this welterweight division.  The next fights for these two will be against the likes of Condit, Kampmann, Ellenberger and more.  Its a tough division, and these two fighters need to up their game a lot to convince me they deserve to be talked about as contenders. Melancon via 3rd TKO Court McGee vs. Robert Whittaker Lynch: A pair of Ultimate Fighter tournament winners will be going to war, as TUF 11 champion McGee matches up against TUF Smashes winner Whittaker. The Pit fighter rebounded from a two-fight slide at UFC 157 in his welterweight debut, dominating Josh Neer over three rounds. Aside from losing to Costa Philippou at UFC on FX 2, McGee really should be 5-1 inside the octagon, as his other loss to Nick Ring at UFC 149 was extremely controversial. Physically both fighters are similar in height, but the 28-year old Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt does possess a five-inch reach advantage. Even with Whittaker finishing 10 of his last 11 victories, McGee should win this fight with his striking and his ability to grind out a grueling fight. McGee via unanimous decision JC: I dont know what it is about Court McGee, but I like him.  Hes got some solid ground game, which he displayed in his first two wins in the UFC. I also really feel that he beat Nick Ring and should be further along than he is in his career.  With that said, Whittaker at 22-years-old looks very impressive. He is well rounded, and ends fights with either punching power or submissions and control.  This will be a very entertaining fight as both these fighters need to remain impressive if they want to stick around and move up the ladder.  At 28, McGee is in his athletic prime, and I think that this fight will come down to how he uses that advantage.  McGee will control the ground, and win a decision. McGee via unanimous decision  Brad Tavares vs. Robert (Bubba) McDaniel Lynch: TUF 11 alum Tavares goes to war with TUF 17 alum McDaniel in a middleweight affair. Despite his lone blemish to Aaron Simpson at UFC 132, the Hawaiian has quietly amassed a 5-1 record in the 185lb division, and a statement win over a 27-fight veteran like McDaniel could propel him up the middleweight ladder. For the Jackson/Winklejohn product McDaniel, hes looking to prove that his successful UFC debut over Gilbert Smith wasnt a fluke. Its no secret Tavares has the edge in his standup, while the 30-year old is superior on the mat, with 16 submissions on his resume. Despite "The Menace" having a two inch height and one inch reach advantage, Tavares should win this fight as hes battled tougher competition and looked good doing so. The 25-year-old should find his range sometime in the second round and finish with the TKO victory. Tavares via second round technical knockout.   JC: Bubba McDaniel has a ton of experience in the fight game.  His resume is impressive in volume, but it lacks what Tavares has, high level UFC wins.  Brad Tavares has some fairly impressive wins, and only has one loss. That loss was a decision to the "A Train" Aaron Simpson. This fight needs to stay standing for Tavares to utilize his edge in striking. That being said, there is no better place on the planet to practice your takedowns than at Jackson/Winklejohn academy. The best in the business come through there. If McDaniel takes this to the mat, it will get interesting.  If not, it should be a very controlled stand up win for Tavares, and probably an exciting finish for the fans.  Its Tavares time in the UFC that will get him the win. Tavares via third round TKO Undercard Picks:#TeamLynch: Perez, Andrews, Thatch, Hioki, High, Cummings, Trujillo#Team JC: Perez, Andrews, Thatch, Elkins, High, Cummings, Bowling Also be sure to tune into the "Weigh-In" on TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg every Saturday as Jordan and I go toe to toe discussing the hottest topics in MMA. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' 'CARSON, Calif. Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP Dark Navy . -- Seattles Eddie Johnson and Los Angeles Juninho traded first-half goals and the Sounders and Galaxy settled for a 1-1 draw Saturday night. Johnson headed home a corner kick to give Seattle a 25th-minute lead, and Juninho scored on a 24-yard free kick in first-half stoppage time. Seattle (15-8-5), which saw its five-game winning streak halted, increased its lead in the Western Conference and Supporters Shield standings to two points. Los Angeles (13-10-6) jumped back into fourth place in the West, five points behind the Sounders. Both teams were without their U.S. national team stars. Galaxy forward Landon Donovan sprained his ankle sustained last weekend and Sounders forward Clint Dempsey strained a calf in training this week. The Galaxy were dominant after halftime, scoring a potential tiebreaking goal that was waved off and created little else that was concrete. "We just werent good enough in the final third of the field, with the final pass or our look at the goal, and it made a difference in the game," Los Angeles coach Bruce Arena said. "We obviously got the one goal called back. If that was a foul, then maybe Eddie doesnt get his goal in the first half. I thought (the officiating) was inconsistent, and in a tight game like that, those kinds of plays and calls are what decides the outcome." Johnson scored on an open header from about 8 yards, losing Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez as he started his run at the top of the box to get to Mauro Rosales serve. Johnson nearly scored another in the 39th, but Los Angeles goalkeeper Jaime Penedo leaped to grab his open shot in the box. Juninho tallied with the final touch of the first half, bending a free kick from just above the semicircle inside the left post. Rookie Gyasi Zardes forced a leaping save from Seattle goalkeeper Michael Gspurning with a blast toward the upper-right corner in the 19th minute, and he appeared to put the Galaxy ahead following a free kick 15 minutes into the second half, after Gonzalez headed Juninhos cross into the goalmouth. Referee Silviu Petrescu whistled the Galaxy for a foul, apparently on defender Todd Dunivant, while the ball was in the air. "I think they had a little more possession than we had, for sure," Seattle coach Sigi Schmid said. "But I think that we had some very dangerous chances. ... I think we had opportunities to get our second goal, but thats the way it is. Its an end-to-end game, an exciting game for the fans, but it wasnt always the best soccer." Nike Roshe One Uk . He says so-called TRT is only one problem and he wants to go even further than the ban. "Its about time," St-Pierre told reporters at a promotional event in Montreal on Friday. "I think its a good thing. Cheap Nike Shox Nz Mens . -- Stanford squashed Oregons national championship hopes again, schooling the Ducks in power football. http://www.cheaprosheronesale.co.uk/nike-roshe-one-waterproof-on-sale.html . The injury bothered Bledsoe in the Suns victory over the Clippers on Monday and he sat out the teams home loss to Memphis on Thursday night.Off the heels of a successful event for the UFCs debut on FOX Sports 1, the promotion is back at it again this Wednesday evening with UFC Fight Night 27.  A pivotal rematch in the welterweight division headlines the event, which has five Ultimate Fighter alumni on the main card.  Once again Jordan Cieciwa and I go head to head in our picks this week and are aiming for a better result. My #TeamLynch prevailed on the last event going a lackluster 7 for 13 compared to #TeamJC who went 4 for 13. As always you can follow me (@LynchOnSports) or Jordan (@FitCityJordan) if you agree or disagree, also feel free to leave your opinions in the comment section below.   Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann Lynch: Former UFC interim welterweight champ Condit aims for redemption Wednesday night as he faces off with muay-thai specialist Kampmann. This is a rematch of their April 1st 2009 encounter back at UFC Fight Night 18, in which the Dutchman spoiled the promotional debut of the 29-year old Condit, winning a closely contested split decision. Both fighters badly need a win, as the Jackson/Winklejohn product is on a two-fight slide, while the Las Vegas resident is coming off a devastating first round knockout at the hands of Johny Hendricks at UFC 158. If Condit can follow the blueprint that Nate Marquardt, Paul Daley and of course Hendricks used in their victories against Kampmann, we could see a quick finish if the former WEC champ is able to connect early. However the later this fight goes, the more "The Hitman" becomes the favorite, as he is well known for outworking his opponents and earning late finishes (as per his wins over Thiago Alves and Jake Ellenberger). Despite all this, Condit should still win this fight as hes proven in his losses to St-Pierre and Hendricks that hes extremely difficult to finish. I think well see Condit play it safe throughout the fight, pick his shots and earn a unanimous decision victory. Condit via unanimous decision JC: Kampmann was all but forgotten it feels like after Hendricks knocked him out in under a minute. He was hot off the heels of three impressive wins. Now he finds himself staring at his biggest challenge and rematch since 2009, in Carlos Condit. Condit needs a win, and has the talent to finish what he started in 2009.  In my opinion that fight was his and is another shining example of why fighters cant let judges decide their fate.  Kampmann, although an excellent kickboxer, seems to be susceptible to the KO in big fights. Thats great news for Condit; hes got the complete game and should be able to finish this fight with a big punch or kick. There is no quit in Carlos Condit, he is always improving, and I truly feel he will be able to set up and land enough strikes to make the fight his, this time.  As it did in 2009, this should go the distance, but be very exciting. Condit via unanimous decision Donald Cerrone vs. Rafael dos Anjos Lynch: In a matchup that will likely contend for "Fight of the Night" honors, former WEC title challenger Cerrone squares off with the Brazilian Dos Anjos. "Cowboy" is coming off an impressive victory over Strikeforce import K.J. Noons in which he brutalized the 30-year-old over three rounds to earn the judges decision. The Kings MMA fighter meanwhile is coming off a controversial victory against Evan Dunham, in which many pundits (including myself) thought the 31-year old was robbed by the judges. Despite the 28-year old being a black-belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Cerrone actually has more submission wins throughout his career with 13 (compared to 8 for Dos Anjos). With that said, the edge in this fight goes to Ceronne, who has more technical striking and I think well see that on display over the course of three rounds as hell have his hand raised for his second straight victory. Cerrone via unanimous decision JC: If you listen to the "Weigh In" on TSN 1290, youll know how big of a fan of Donald Cerrone I am.  Hardest working guy in MMA, always takes the fight, and more often than not puts on a great show.  With that said, Rafael Dos Anjos has strung together five impressive wins, beat some top competitors, and always brings a good fight.  Dos Anjos has an amazing group of athletes to train with at Kings MMA, and I think he will be the better prepared fighter. Im expecting control to go to Dos Anjos, and he will take home a win. Dos Anjos via unanimous decision  Kelvin Gastelum vs. Brian Melancon Lynch: A bout in which both fighters are looking for their second UFC victory, Ultimate Fighter 17 winner Gastelum takes on Strikeforce veteran Melancon. The 21-year old Gastelum is coming off an impressive upset win over TUF 17 tournament favorite Uriah Hall, which saw him effectively use his wrestling to grind out a decision. The Ricco Rodriguez trained Melancon hadd an equally impressive debut by knocking out TUF 11 alum Seth Baczynski at UFC 162. Cheap Nike Roshe One HYP QS. With 15 fights between the two of them, this will definitely be a showcase for the future of the welterweight division. Because of his superior wrestling, I see Gastelum having his hand raised at the end of this fight as he should effectively get the takedown numerous times over three rounds to emerge victorious.  Gastelum via unanimous decision JC: The cast of the Ultimate Fighter have been looking a little weak as they come across higher ranking talent. Gastelum surprised a lot of people with his wrestling and win against Uriah Hall. That wrestling wont be enough to control Brian Melancon. His Strikeforce experience and last second win over Seth Baczynski (4:59 of the first) has me thinking this fight will go his way. These two need to put on a good show and convince fans and UFC management that they have what it takes to be in this welterweight division.  The next fights for these two will be against the likes of Condit, Kampmann, Ellenberger and more.  Its a tough division, and these two fighters need to up their game a lot to convince me they deserve to be talked about as contenders. Melancon via 3rd TKO Court McGee vs. Robert Whittaker Lynch: A pair of Ultimate Fighter tournament winners will be going to war, as TUF 11 champion McGee matches up against TUF Smashes winner Whittaker. The Pit fighter rebounded from a two-fight slide at UFC 157 in his welterweight debut, dominating Josh Neer over three rounds. Aside from losing to Costa Philippou at UFC on FX 2, McGee really should be 5-1 inside the octagon, as his other loss to Nick Ring at UFC 149 was extremely controversial. Physically both fighters are similar in height, but the 28-year old Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt does possess a five-inch reach advantage. Even with Whittaker finishing 10 of his last 11 victories, McGee should win this fight with his striking and his ability to grind out a grueling fight. McGee via unanimous decision JC: I dont know what it is about Court McGee, but I like him.  Hes got some solid ground game, which he displayed in his first two wins in the UFC. I also really feel that he beat Nick Ring and should be further along than he is in his career.  With that said, Whittaker at 22-years-old looks very impressive. He is well rounded, and ends fights with either punching power or submissions and control.  This will be a very entertaining fight as both these fighters need to remain impressive if they want to stick around and move up the ladder.  At 28, McGee is in his athletic prime, and I think that this fight will come down to how he uses that advantage.  McGee will control the ground, and win a decision. McGee via unanimous decision  Brad Tavares vs. Robert (Bubba) McDaniel Lynch: TUF 11 alum Tavares goes to war with TUF 17 alum McDaniel in a middleweight affair. Despite his lone blemish to Aaron Simpson at UFC 132, the Hawaiian has quietly amassed a 5-1 record in the 185lb division, and a statement win over a 27-fight veteran like McDaniel could propel him up the middleweight ladder. For the Jackson/Winklejohn product McDaniel, hes looking to prove that his successful UFC debut over Gilbert Smith wasnt a fluke. Its no secret Tavares has the edge in his standup, while the 30-year old is superior on the mat, with 16 submissions on his resume. Despite "The Menace" having a two inch height and one inch reach advantage, Tavares should win this fight as hes battled tougher competition and looked good doing so. The 25-year-old should find his range sometime in the second round and finish with the TKO victory. Tavares via second round technical knockout.   JC: Bubba McDaniel has a ton of experience in the fight game.  His resume is impressive in volume, but it lacks what Tavares has, high level UFC wins.  Brad Tavares has some fairly impressive wins, and only has one loss. That loss was a decision to the "A Train" Aaron Simpson. This fight needs to stay standing for Tavares to utilize his edge in striking. That being said, there is no better place on the planet to practice your takedowns than at Jackson/Winklejohn academy. The best in the business come through there. If McDaniel takes this to the mat, it will get interesting.  If not, it should be a very controlled stand up win for Tavares, and probably an exciting finish for the fans.  Its Tavares time in the UFC that will get him the win. Tavares via third round TKO Undercard Picks:#TeamLynch: Perez, Andrews, Thatch, Hioki, High, Cummings, Trujillo#Team JC: Perez, Andrews, Thatch, Elkins, High, Cummings, Bowling Also be sure to tune into the "Weigh-In" on TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg every Saturday as Jordan and I go toe to toe discussing the hottest topics in MMA. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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CARSON, Calif. Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP Dark Navy . -- Seattles Eddie Johnson and Los Angeles Juninho traded first-half goals and the Sounders and Galaxy settled for a 1-1 draw Saturday night. Johnson headed home a corner kick to give Seattle a 25th-minute lead, and Juninho scored on a 24-yard free kick in first-half stoppage time. Seattle (15-8-5), which saw its five-game winning streak halted, increased its lead in the Western Conference and Supporters Shield standings to two points. Los Angeles (13-10-6) jumped back into fourth place in the West, five points behind the Sounders. Both teams were without their U.S. national team stars. Galaxy forward Landon Donovan sprained his ankle sustained last weekend and Sounders forward Clint Dempsey strained a calf in training this week. The Galaxy were dominant after halftime, scoring a potential tiebreaking goal that was waved off and created little else that was concrete. "We just werent good enough in the final third of the field, with the final pass or our look at the goal, and it made a difference in the game," Los Angeles coach Bruce Arena said. "We obviously got the one goal called back. If that was a foul, then maybe Eddie doesnt get his goal in the first half. I thought (the officiating) was inconsistent, and in a tight game like that, those kinds of plays and calls are what decides the outcome." Johnson scored on an open header from about 8 yards, losing Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez as he started his run at the top of the box to get to Mauro Rosales serve. Johnson nearly scored another in the 39th, but Los Angeles goalkeeper Jaime Penedo leaped to grab his open shot in the box. Juninho tallied with the final touch of the first half, bending a free kick from just above the semicircle inside the left post. Rookie Gyasi Zardes forced a leaping save from Seattle goalkeeper Michael Gspurning with a blast toward the upper-right corner in the 19th minute, and he appeared to put the Galaxy ahead following a free kick 15 minutes into the second half, after Gonzalez headed Juninhos cross into the goalmouth. Referee Silviu Petrescu whistled the Galaxy for a foul, apparently on defender Todd Dunivant, while the ball was in the air. "I think they had a little more possession than we had, for sure," Seattle coach Sigi Schmid said. "But I think that we had some very dangerous chances. ... I think we had opportunities to get our second goal, but thats the way it is. Its an end-to-end game, an exciting game for the fans, but it wasnt always the best soccer." Nike Roshe One Uk . He says so-called TRT is only one problem and he wants to go even further than the ban. "Its about time," St-Pierre told reporters at a promotional event in Montreal on Friday. "I think its a good thing. Cheap Nike Shox Nz Mens . -- Stanford squashed Oregons national championship hopes again, schooling the Ducks in power football. http://www.cheaprosheronesale.co.uk/nike-roshe-one-waterproof-on-sale.html . The injury bothered Bledsoe in the Suns victory over the Clippers on Monday and he sat out the teams home loss to Memphis on Thursday night.Off the heels of a successful event for the UFCs debut on FOX Sports 1, the promotion is back at it again this Wednesday evening with UFC Fight Night 27.  A pivotal rematch in the welterweight division headlines the event, which has five Ultimate Fighter alumni on the main card.  Once again Jordan Cieciwa and I go head to head in our picks this week and are aiming for a better result. My #TeamLynch prevailed on the last event going a lackluster 7 for 13 compared to #TeamJC who went 4 for 13. As always you can follow me (@LynchOnSports) or Jordan (@FitCityJordan) if you agree or disagree, also feel free to leave your opinions in the comment section below.   Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann Lynch: Former UFC interim welterweight champ Condit aims for redemption Wednesday night as he faces off with muay-thai specialist Kampmann. This is a rematch of their April 1st 2009 encounter back at UFC Fight Night 18, in which the Dutchman spoiled the promotional debut of the 29-year old Condit, winning a closely contested split decision. Both fighters badly need a win, as the Jackson/Winklejohn product is on a two-fight slide, while the Las Vegas resident is coming off a devastating first round knockout at the hands of Johny Hendricks at UFC 158. If Condit can follow the blueprint that Nate Marquardt, Paul Daley and of course Hendricks used in their victories against Kampmann, we could see a quick finish if the former WEC champ is able to connect early. However the later this fight goes, the more "The Hitman" becomes the favorite, as he is well known for outworking his opponents and earning late finishes (as per his wins over Thiago Alves and Jake Ellenberger). Despite all this, Condit should still win this fight as hes proven in his losses to St-Pierre and Hendricks that hes extremely difficult to finish. I think well see Condit play it safe throughout the fight, pick his shots and earn a unanimous decision victory. Condit via unanimous decision JC: Kampmann was all but forgotten it feels like after Hendricks knocked him out in under a minute. He was hot off the heels of three impressive wins. Now he finds himself staring at his biggest challenge and rematch since 2009, in Carlos Condit. Condit needs a win, and has the talent to finish what he started in 2009.  In my opinion that fight was his and is another shining example of why fighters cant let judges decide their fate.  Kampmann, although an excellent kickboxer, seems to be susceptible to the KO in big fights. Thats great news for Condit; hes got the complete game and should be able to finish this fight with a big punch or kick. There is no quit in Carlos Condit, he is always improving, and I truly feel he will be able to set up and land enough strikes to make the fight his, this time.  As it did in 2009, this should go the distance, but be very exciting. Condit via unanimous decision Donald Cerrone vs. Rafael dos Anjos Lynch: In a matchup that will likely contend for "Fight of the Night" honors, former WEC title challenger Cerrone squares off with the Brazilian Dos Anjos. "Cowboy" is coming off an impressive victory over Strikeforce import K.J. Noons in which he brutalized the 30-year-old over three rounds to earn the judges decision. The Kings MMA fighter meanwhile is coming off a controversial victory against Evan Dunham, in which many pundits (including myself) thought the 31-year old was robbed by the judges. Despite the 28-year old being a black-belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Cerrone actually has more submission wins throughout his career with 13 (compared to 8 for Dos Anjos). With that said, the edge in this fight goes to Ceronne, who has more technical striking and I think well see that on display over the course of three rounds as hell have his hand raised for his second straight victory. Cerrone via unanimous decision JC: If you listen to the "Weigh In" on TSN 1290, youll know how big of a fan of Donald Cerrone I am.  Hardest working guy in MMA, always takes the fight, and more often than not puts on a great show.  With that said, Rafael Dos Anjos has strung together five impressive wins, beat some top competitors, and always brings a good fight.  Dos Anjos has an amazing group of athletes to train with at Kings MMA, and I think he will be the better prepared fighter. Im expecting control to go to Dos Anjos, and he will take home a win. Dos Anjos via unanimous decision  Kelvin Gastelum vs. Brian Melancon Lynch: A bout in which both fighters are looking for their second UFC victory, Ultimate Fighter 17 winner Gastelum takes on Strikeforce veteran Melancon. The 21-year old Gastelum is coming off an impressive upset win over TUF 17 tournament favorite Uriah Hall, which saw him effectively use his wrestling to grind out a decision. The Ricco Rodriguez trained Melancon hadd an equally impressive debut by knocking out TUF 11 alum Seth Baczynski at UFC 162. Cheap Nike Roshe One HYP QS. With 15 fights between the two of them, this will definitely be a showcase for the future of the welterweight division. Because of his superior wrestling, I see Gastelum having his hand raised at the end of this fight as he should effectively get the takedown numerous times over three rounds to emerge victorious.  Gastelum via unanimous decision JC: The cast of the Ultimate Fighter have been looking a little weak as they come across higher ranking talent. Gastelum surprised a lot of people with his wrestling and win against Uriah Hall. That wrestling wont be enough to control Brian Melancon. His Strikeforce experience and last second win over Seth Baczynski (4:59 of the first) has me thinking this fight will go his way. These two need to put on a good show and convince fans and UFC management that they have what it takes to be in this welterweight division.  The next fights for these two will be against the likes of Condit, Kampmann, Ellenberger and more.  Its a tough division, and these two fighters need to up their game a lot to convince me they deserve to be talked about as contenders. Melancon via 3rd TKO Court McGee vs. Robert Whittaker Lynch: A pair of Ultimate Fighter tournament winners will be going to war, as TUF 11 champion McGee matches up against TUF Smashes winner Whittaker. The Pit fighter rebounded from a two-fight slide at UFC 157 in his welterweight debut, dominating Josh Neer over three rounds. Aside from losing to Costa Philippou at UFC on FX 2, McGee really should be 5-1 inside the octagon, as his other loss to Nick Ring at UFC 149 was extremely controversial. Physically both fighters are similar in height, but the 28-year old Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt does possess a five-inch reach advantage. Even with Whittaker finishing 10 of his last 11 victories, McGee should win this fight with his striking and his ability to grind out a grueling fight. McGee via unanimous decision JC: I dont know what it is about Court McGee, but I like him.  Hes got some solid ground game, which he displayed in his first two wins in the UFC. I also really feel that he beat Nick Ring and should be further along than he is in his career.  With that said, Whittaker at 22-years-old looks very impressive. He is well rounded, and ends fights with either punching power or submissions and control.  This will be a very entertaining fight as both these fighters need to remain impressive if they want to stick around and move up the ladder.  At 28, McGee is in his athletic prime, and I think that this fight will come down to how he uses that advantage.  McGee will control the ground, and win a decision. McGee via unanimous decision  Brad Tavares vs. Robert (Bubba) McDaniel Lynch: TUF 11 alum Tavares goes to war with TUF 17 alum McDaniel in a middleweight affair. Despite his lone blemish to Aaron Simpson at UFC 132, the Hawaiian has quietly amassed a 5-1 record in the 185lb division, and a statement win over a 27-fight veteran like McDaniel could propel him up the middleweight ladder. For the Jackson/Winklejohn product McDaniel, hes looking to prove that his successful UFC debut over Gilbert Smith wasnt a fluke. Its no secret Tavares has the edge in his standup, while the 30-year old is superior on the mat, with 16 submissions on his resume. Despite "The Menace" having a two inch height and one inch reach advantage, Tavares should win this fight as hes battled tougher competition and looked good doing so. The 25-year-old should find his range sometime in the second round and finish with the TKO victory. Tavares via second round technical knockout.   JC: Bubba McDaniel has a ton of experience in the fight game.  His resume is impressive in volume, but it lacks what Tavares has, high level UFC wins.  Brad Tavares has some fairly impressive wins, and only has one loss. That loss was a decision to the "A Train" Aaron Simpson. This fight needs to stay standing for Tavares to utilize his edge in striking. That being said, there is no better place on the planet to practice your takedowns than at Jackson/Winklejohn academy. The best in the business come through there. If McDaniel takes this to the mat, it will get interesting.  If not, it should be a very controlled stand up win for Tavares, and probably an exciting finish for the fans.  Its Tavares time in the UFC that will get him the win. Tavares via third round TKO Undercard Picks:#TeamLynch: Perez, Andrews, Thatch, Hioki, High, Cummings, Trujillo#Team JC: Perez, Andrews, Thatch, Elkins, High, Cummings, Bowling Also be sure to tune into the "Weigh-In" on TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg every Saturday as Jordan and I go toe to toe discussing the hottest topics in MMA. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' 'CARSON, Calif. Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP Dark Navy . -- Seattles Eddie Johnson and Los Angeles Juninho traded first-half goals and the Sounders and Galaxy settled for a 1-1 draw Saturday night. Johnson headed home a corner kick to give Seattle a 25th-minute lead, and Juninho scored on a 24-yard free kick in first-half stoppage time. Seattle (15-8-5), which saw its five-game winning streak halted, increased its lead in the Western Conference and Supporters Shield standings to two points. Los Angeles (13-10-6) jumped back into fourth place in the West, five points behind the Sounders. Both teams were without their U.S. national team stars. Galaxy forward Landon Donovan sprained his ankle sustained last weekend and Sounders forward Clint Dempsey strained a calf in training this week. The Galaxy were dominant after halftime, scoring a potential tiebreaking goal that was waved off and created little else that was concrete. "We just werent good enough in the final third of the field, with the final pass or our look at the goal, and it made a difference in the game," Los Angeles coach Bruce Arena said. "We obviously got the one goal called back. If that was a foul, then maybe Eddie doesnt get his goal in the first half. I thought (the officiating) was inconsistent, and in a tight game like that, those kinds of plays and calls are what decides the outcome." Johnson scored on an open header from about 8 yards, losing Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez as he started his run at the top of the box to get to Mauro Rosales serve. Johnson nearly scored another in the 39th, but Los Angeles goalkeeper Jaime Penedo leaped to grab his open shot in the box. Juninho tallied with the final touch of the first half, bending a free kick from just above the semicircle inside the left post. Rookie Gyasi Zardes forced a leaping save from Seattle goalkeeper Michael Gspurning with a blast toward the upper-right corner in the 19th minute, and he appeared to put the Galaxy ahead following a free kick 15 minutes into the second half, after Gonzalez headed Juninhos cross into the goalmouth. Referee Silviu Petrescu whistled the Galaxy for a foul, apparently on defender Todd Dunivant, while the ball was in the air. "I think they had a little more possession than we had, for sure," Seattle coach Sigi Schmid said. "But I think that we had some very dangerous chances. ... I think we had opportunities to get our second goal, but thats the way it is. Its an end-to-end game, an exciting game for the fans, but it wasnt always the best soccer." Nike Roshe One Uk . He says so-called TRT is only one problem and he wants to go even further than the ban. "Its about time," St-Pierre told reporters at a promotional event in Montreal on Friday. "I think its a good thing. Cheap Nike Shox Nz Mens . -- Stanford squashed Oregons national championship hopes again, schooling the Ducks in power football. http://www.cheaprosheronesale.co.uk/nike-roshe-one-waterproof-on-sale.html . The injury bothered Bledsoe in the Suns victory over the Clippers on Monday and he sat out the teams home loss to Memphis on Thursday night.Off the heels of a successful event for the UFCs debut on FOX Sports 1, the promotion is back at it again this Wednesday evening with UFC Fight Night 27.  A pivotal rematch in the welterweight division headlines the event, which has five Ultimate Fighter alumni on the main card.  Once again Jordan Cieciwa and I go head to head in our picks this week and are aiming for a better result. My #TeamLynch prevailed on the last event going a lackluster 7 for 13 compared to #TeamJC who went 4 for 13. As always you can follow me (@LynchOnSports) or Jordan (@FitCityJordan) if you agree or disagree, also feel free to leave your opinions in the comment section below.   Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann Lynch: Former UFC interim welterweight champ Condit aims for redemption Wednesday night as he faces off with muay-thai specialist Kampmann. This is a rematch of their April 1st 2009 encounter back at UFC Fight Night 18, in which the Dutchman spoiled the promotional debut of the 29-year old Condit, winning a closely contested split decision. Both fighters badly need a win, as the Jackson/Winklejohn product is on a two-fight slide, while the Las Vegas resident is coming off a devastating first round knockout at the hands of Johny Hendricks at UFC 158. If Condit can follow the blueprint that Nate Marquardt, Paul Daley and of course Hendricks used in their victories against Kampmann, we could see a quick finish if the former WEC champ is able to connect early. However the later this fight goes, the more "The Hitman" becomes the favorite, as he is well known for outworking his opponents and earning late finishes (as per his wins over Thiago Alves and Jake Ellenberger). Despite all this, Condit should still win this fight as hes proven in his losses to St-Pierre and Hendricks that hes extremely difficult to finish. I think well see Condit play it safe throughout the fight, pick his shots and earn a unanimous decision victory. Condit via unanimous decision JC: Kampmann was all but forgotten it feels like after Hendricks knocked him out in under a minute. He was hot off the heels of three impressive wins. Now he finds himself staring at his biggest challenge and rematch since 2009, in Carlos Condit. Condit needs a win, and has the talent to finish what he started in 2009.  In my opinion that fight was his and is another shining example of why fighters cant let judges decide their fate.  Kampmann, although an excellent kickboxer, seems to be susceptible to the KO in big fights. Thats great news for Condit; hes got the complete game and should be able to finish this fight with a big punch or kick. There is no quit in Carlos Condit, he is always improving, and I truly feel he will be able to set up and land enough strikes to make the fight his, this time.  As it did in 2009, this should go the distance, but be very exciting. Condit via unanimous decision Donald Cerrone vs. Rafael dos Anjos Lynch: In a matchup that will likely contend for "Fight of the Night" honors, former WEC title challenger Cerrone squares off with the Brazilian Dos Anjos. "Cowboy" is coming off an impressive victory over Strikeforce import K.J. Noons in which he brutalized the 30-year-old over three rounds to earn the judges decision. The Kings MMA fighter meanwhile is coming off a controversial victory against Evan Dunham, in which many pundits (including myself) thought the 31-year old was robbed by the judges. Despite the 28-year old being a black-belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Cerrone actually has more submission wins throughout his career with 13 (compared to 8 for Dos Anjos). With that said, the edge in this fight goes to Ceronne, who has more technical striking and I think well see that on display over the course of three rounds as hell have his hand raised for his second straight victory. Cerrone via unanimous decision JC: If you listen to the "Weigh In" on TSN 1290, youll know how big of a fan of Donald Cerrone I am.  Hardest working guy in MMA, always takes the fight, and more often than not puts on a great show.  With that said, Rafael Dos Anjos has strung together five impressive wins, beat some top competitors, and always brings a good fight.  Dos Anjos has an amazing group of athletes to train with at Kings MMA, and I think he will be the better prepared fighter. Im expecting control to go to Dos Anjos, and he will take home a win. Dos Anjos via unanimous decision  Kelvin Gastelum vs. Brian Melancon Lynch: A bout in which both fighters are looking for their second UFC victory, Ultimate Fighter 17 winner Gastelum takes on Strikeforce veteran Melancon. The 21-year old Gastelum is coming off an impressive upset win over TUF 17 tournament favorite Uriah Hall, which saw him effectively use his wrestling to grind out a decision. The Ricco Rodriguez trained Melancon hadd an equally impressive debut by knocking out TUF 11 alum Seth Baczynski at UFC 162. Cheap Nike Roshe One HYP QS. With 15 fights between the two of them, this will definitely be a showcase for the future of the welterweight division. Because of his superior wrestling, I see Gastelum having his hand raised at the end of this fight as he should effectively get the takedown numerous times over three rounds to emerge victorious.  Gastelum via unanimous decision JC: The cast of the Ultimate Fighter have been looking a little weak as they come across higher ranking talent. Gastelum surprised a lot of people with his wrestling and win against Uriah Hall. That wrestling wont be enough to control Brian Melancon. His Strikeforce experience and last second win over Seth Baczynski (4:59 of the first) has me thinking this fight will go his way. These two need to put on a good show and convince fans and UFC management that they have what it takes to be in this welterweight division.  The next fights for these two will be against the likes of Condit, Kampmann, Ellenberger and more.  Its a tough division, and these two fighters need to up their game a lot to convince me they deserve to be talked about as contenders. Melancon via 3rd TKO Court McGee vs. Robert Whittaker Lynch: A pair of Ultimate Fighter tournament winners will be going to war, as TUF 11 champion McGee matches up against TUF Smashes winner Whittaker. The Pit fighter rebounded from a two-fight slide at UFC 157 in his welterweight debut, dominating Josh Neer over three rounds. Aside from losing to Costa Philippou at UFC on FX 2, McGee really should be 5-1 inside the octagon, as his other loss to Nick Ring at UFC 149 was extremely controversial. Physically both fighters are similar in height, but the 28-year old Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt does possess a five-inch reach advantage. Even with Whittaker finishing 10 of his last 11 victories, McGee should win this fight with his striking and his ability to grind out a grueling fight. McGee via unanimous decision JC: I dont know what it is about Court McGee, but I like him.  Hes got some solid ground game, which he displayed in his first two wins in the UFC. I also really feel that he beat Nick Ring and should be further along than he is in his career.  With that said, Whittaker at 22-years-old looks very impressive. He is well rounded, and ends fights with either punching power or submissions and control.  This will be a very entertaining fight as both these fighters need to remain impressive if they want to stick around and move up the ladder.  At 28, McGee is in his athletic prime, and I think that this fight will come down to how he uses that advantage.  McGee will control the ground, and win a decision. McGee via unanimous decision  Brad Tavares vs. Robert (Bubba) McDaniel Lynch: TUF 11 alum Tavares goes to war with TUF 17 alum McDaniel in a middleweight affair. Despite his lone blemish to Aaron Simpson at UFC 132, the Hawaiian has quietly amassed a 5-1 record in the 185lb division, and a statement win over a 27-fight veteran like McDaniel could propel him up the middleweight ladder. For the Jackson/Winklejohn product McDaniel, hes looking to prove that his successful UFC debut over Gilbert Smith wasnt a fluke. Its no secret Tavares has the edge in his standup, while the 30-year old is superior on the mat, with 16 submissions on his resume. Despite "The Menace" having a two inch height and one inch reach advantage, Tavares should win this fight as hes battled tougher competition and looked good doing so. The 25-year-old should find his range sometime in the second round and finish with the TKO victory. Tavares via second round technical knockout.   JC: Bubba McDaniel has a ton of experience in the fight game.  His resume is impressive in volume, but it lacks what Tavares has, high level UFC wins.  Brad Tavares has some fairly impressive wins, and only has one loss. That loss was a decision to the "A Train" Aaron Simpson. This fight needs to stay standing for Tavares to utilize his edge in striking. That being said, there is no better place on the planet to practice your takedowns than at Jackson/Winklejohn academy. The best in the business come through there. If McDaniel takes this to the mat, it will get interesting.  If not, it should be a very controlled stand up win for Tavares, and probably an exciting finish for the fans.  Its Tavares time in the UFC that will get him the win. Tavares via third round TKO Undercard Picks:#TeamLynch: Perez, Andrews, Thatch, Hioki, High, Cummings, Trujillo#Team JC: Perez, Andrews, Thatch, Elkins, High, Cummings, Bowling Also be sure to tune into the "Weigh-In" on TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg every Saturday as Jordan and I go toe to toe discussing the hottest topics in MMA. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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Trailing by one, Michael Carter-Williams rebounded the ball after Kris Humphries missed a jumper with 12 seconds left. The rookie dribbled then gave the ball to Turner just past midcourt. And when Turner was guarded by a defender four inches shorter, he was in good shape. "I saw Jerryd Bayless switch on to me as opposed to Jeff Green, so I knew I had a little bit of an advantage," Turner said. He released his shot just in time to give the 76ers only their third win in 13 games. "Evan Turner has a history of doing that in those situations," Boston coach Brad Stevens said. "Thats why I thought hed shoot it." The Celtics (15-33) lost for the 19th time in 22 games. Spencer Hawes led Philadelphia (15-31) with 20 points and tied his career high with four 3-pointers. Turner had 16 points and eight assists and Thaddeus Young added 16 points. Jared Sullinger led Boston with 24 points and 17 rebounds but missed 16 of 25 shots. "He played his best game in a while but he still didnt shoot it the way that hes used to shooting it," Stevens said. "That said, we have to have great performances to win." Green had 18 points, but just five after the first quarter for Boston. Sullinger had broken a 90-90 tie with two free throws, putting Boston ahead with 3:06 left. Then both teams had trouble connecting from the line. Carter-Williams missed one of two for the 76ers, Bayless missed two for the Celtics and Young also missed two. Carter-Williams missed another one before sinking his second, tying the game at 92 with 1:01 remaining. Humphries put Boston back on top when he tipped in Sullingers missed layup with 42 seconds remaining. Philadelphias free throw troubles seemed to end when Turner made one, cutting Bostons lead to 94-93. But he missed the second and Bayless rebounded. That possession ended when Humphries missed his jumper, setting up the 76ers for the winning shot. Trailing 74-71 after the third quarter, the Celtics opened the fourth with a 15-4 run that gave them an 86-78 lead four minutes into the period. They hit three 3-pointers during the surge, two by Chris Johnson and one by Green. But the 76ers responded with a 12-4 spurt and tied the game at 90, capping it with back-to-back dunks by James Anderson and Young. Boston led 26-23 after the first quarter, but Philadelphia scored the first 10 points of the second to take a seven-point lead. Hawes began the surge with consecutive 3-pointers before Dewayne Dedmon made a layup and a dunk. An eight-point run gave the 76ers a 48-34 lead, but the Celtics cut that to 53-47 at halftime. NOTES: The 76ers made 14 of 25 free throws two nights after hitting 25 of 26 in a 124-113 loss to the Phoenix Suns. ... Boston G Rajon Rondo sat out the game after playing Tuesday night in a 114-88 loss to the New York Knicks. The Celtics are winless in the six games Rondo played since returning from a torn ACL that cut short his 2012-13 season. ...Their other starting guard, Avery Bradley, missed his fifth game with a sprained right ankle, but coach Brad Stevens said hes "very close" to returning. ... The 76ers began the night allowing an NBA-worst 109.9 points per game. Nike Roshe One mens UK . Walcott is available for Saturdays home match against Southampton as Arsenal looks to extend its two-point lead at the top of the Premier League. The Gunners are currently the second highest scorers in the league but Wenger insists Walcott will add something extra to his team. Nike Roshe One Black Sale . - Chris Tierney snapped a tie with a power-play goal late in the third period as the London Knights rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Erie Otters 5-3 in Ontario Hockey League action on Wednesday. http://www.cheaprosheronesale.co.uk/nike-roshe-one-flyknit-cheap.html . -- Catcher Brett Hayes has agreed to a $630,000, one-year contract with the Kansas City Royals, avoiding salary arbitration.EDMONTON -- It seems Edmonton Oilers owner Daryl Katz is throwing in the towel, on this season at least. In a letter to Oilers fans posted on the NHL teams website, Katz says its very likely the club will miss the Stanley Cup playoffs for an eighth straight season. Katzs statement comes with Edmonton still having more than 30 regular-season games yet to play. However, Edmonton (15-30-6) certainly faces an uphill battle in its quest to return to playoff contention. The Oilers are last in the Western Conference standings, 23 points behind Minnesota (27-19-5) and Vancouver (25-16-9), who are both tied for seventh. "I know this will almost certainly be the eighth consecutive year since we made the playoffs," Katz wrote. " I hate that fact as much as anyone, but the reality is that this is only year four of the rebuild that started when we drafted Taylor Hall. "The good news, if you can call it that, is that other teams that committed to fundamental rebuilds went through the same kind of droughts over the same kind of time frames, or longer. That doesnt make it fun for anyone; it just means we have to stay the course." The Oilers struggles have prompted suggestions the team needs to make a big trade but Katz said the franchise isnt interested in mortgaging its future with a reactionary move. "But I can also tell you that we are not going to sacrifice the future by doing something short-term," he said. "Those days are over and theyre not coming back. "If were going to rebuild, we want to do it right and we only want to do it once." Katz also defended Kevin Lowe, the former Oilers standout defenceman who has steadily risen through the ranks of the organization despite the team not making the playoffs since reaching the Stanley Cup final in 2005-06. In the space of the last 15 years, Lowe has moved from assistant coach to head coach to general manager and is now the clubs president of hockey operations. "Kevin is a big part of our organization, and its not just the Oilers that value his knowledge and perspective," Katz said. "He is consistently chosen, year after year, to play a leadership role with Hockey Canada. "But when it comes down to it, this is Craig MacTavishs team. He is the GM. He makes the calls, and he is accountable for building a team that can compete for the Stanley Cup -- year in and year out for years to come. Thats our vision. We are committed to it -- and were confident that we are on the right track." And Katz asked Oilers fans to remain patient with the hockey club. "Our fans have been incredibly patient and supportive," he said. "At the same time, we know theres a lot of frustration and we are asking you to hang in there while we fight through this and put the next few pieces of the team in place. "Ill tell you this, despite everything, we all wear our Oilers colours with the same pride now as we ever have, and as we will when were back on ttop. Nike Roshe One Breeze UK. We hope youll do the same. " Daryl Katzs message to fans To Oilers Fans Everywhere: We all thought this was going to be the year the Oilers turned the corner. Obviously, that hasnt happened, and it hurts. Its frustrating – for all of us. For our fans, for our players and staff, and for everyone in our community who shares a common bond around a game, a team and a city that we love. I know this will almost certainly be the eighth consecutive year since we made the playoffs. I hate that fact as much as anyone, but the reality is that this is only year four of the rebuild that started when we drafted Taylor Hall. The good news, if you can call it that, is that other teams that committed to fundamental rebuilds went through the same kind of droughts over the same kind of time frames, or longer. That doesnt make it fun for anyone; it just means we have to stay the course. Yes, we hoped and expected to be better this year – theres no question about that. But weve also been more active than any team I can think of in rebuilding our organization from bottom to top by supporting player development in OKC and Bakersfield, revamping our scouting organization, naming a new GM and a new coach, signing free agents like Justin Schultz, Boyd Gordon, Andrew Ference, Anton Belov and Ilya Bryzgalov, and trading for players like David Perron, and now Ben Scrivens and Matt Hendricks. And were not done. But I can also tell you that we are not going to sacrifice the future by doing something short-term. Those days are over and theyre not coming back. If were going to rebuild, we want to do it right and we only want to do it once. I hear a lot from fans about accountability, so lets be clear. We are all accountable. That includes me, Kevin, Craig, Dallas, every player who wears our jersey, and every member of our staff. I know Kevin is the target of a lot of personal attacks right now, and thats really unfortunate. Kevin is a big part of our organization, and its not just the Oilers that value his knowledge and perspective. He is consistently chosen, year after year, to play a leadership role with Hockey Canada. But when it comes down to it, this is Craig MacTavishs team. He is the GM. He makes the calls, and he is accountable for building a team that can compete for the Stanley Cup -- year in and year out for years to come. Thats our vision. We are committed to it -- and were confident that we are on the right track. Our fans have been incredibly patient and supportive. At the same time, we know theres a lot of frustration and we are asking you to hang in there while we fight through this and put the next few pieces of the team in place. Ill tell you this, despite everything, we all wear our Oilers colours with the same pride now as we ever have, and as we will when were back on top. We hope youll do the same. We value our fans, we hear you, and we appreciate your support. 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BOSTON -- Evan Turner wasnt waiting for his coach to call timeout. Nike Roshe One KPU . Once he got the ball, he knew he had to take the last shot. Fortunately for the Philadelphia 76ers, it went in at the buzzer. "I wasnt listening at all," Turner said. "I was just going to get it and try to get a good shot up." He drove into the key and went up for the short shot that gave the 76ers a 95-94 win over Boston on Wednesday night as they jumped ahead of the Celtics in the standings -- out of last place in the Atlantic Division. The win "is huge" for the teams confidence, Turner said. "We pulled through and came back from giving up a lead." Deciding whether to call a timeout "is one of the most difficult decisions because it seems like life is in slow motion," Philadelphia coach Brett Brown said. "Ive learned the busted play, the broken play, the random play is probably as good an environment as youre going to get often." Trailing by one, Michael Carter-Williams rebounded the ball after Kris Humphries missed a jumper with 12 seconds left. The rookie dribbled then gave the ball to Turner just past midcourt. And when Turner was guarded by a defender four inches shorter, he was in good shape. "I saw Jerryd Bayless switch on to me as opposed to Jeff Green, so I knew I had a little bit of an advantage," Turner said. He released his shot just in time to give the 76ers only their third win in 13 games. "Evan Turner has a history of doing that in those situations," Boston coach Brad Stevens said. "Thats why I thought hed shoot it." The Celtics (15-33) lost for the 19th time in 22 games. Spencer Hawes led Philadelphia (15-31) with 20 points and tied his career high with four 3-pointers. Turner had 16 points and eight assists and Thaddeus Young added 16 points. Jared Sullinger led Boston with 24 points and 17 rebounds but missed 16 of 25 shots. "He played his best game in a while but he still didnt shoot it the way that hes used to shooting it," Stevens said. "That said, we have to have great performances to win." Green had 18 points, but just five after the first quarter for Boston. Sullinger had broken a 90-90 tie with two free throws, putting Boston ahead with 3:06 left. Then both teams had trouble connecting from the line. Carter-Williams missed one of two for the 76ers, Bayless missed two for the Celtics and Young also missed two. Carter-Williams missed another one before sinking his second, tying the game at 92 with 1:01 remaining. Humphries put Boston back on top when he tipped in Sullingers missed layup with 42 seconds remaining. Philadelphias free throw troubles seemed to end when Turner made one, cutting Bostons lead to 94-93. But he missed the second and Bayless rebounded. That possession ended when Humphries missed his jumper, setting up the 76ers for the winning shot. Trailing 74-71 after the third quarter, the Celtics opened the fourth with a 15-4 run that gave them an 86-78 lead four minutes into the period. They hit three 3-pointers during the surge, two by Chris Johnson and one by Green. But the 76ers responded with a 12-4 spurt and tied the game at 90, capping it with back-to-back dunks by James Anderson and Young. Boston led 26-23 after the first quarter, but Philadelphia scored the first 10 points of the second to take a seven-point lead. Hawes began the surge with consecutive 3-pointers before Dewayne Dedmon made a layup and a dunk. An eight-point run gave the 76ers a 48-34 lead, but the Celtics cut that to 53-47 at halftime. NOTES: The 76ers made 14 of 25 free throws two nights after hitting 25 of 26 in a 124-113 loss to the Phoenix Suns. ... Boston G Rajon Rondo sat out the game after playing Tuesday night in a 114-88 loss to the New York Knicks. The Celtics are winless in the six games Rondo played since returning from a torn ACL that cut short his 2012-13 season. ...Their other starting guard, Avery Bradley, missed his fifth game with a sprained right ankle, but coach Brad Stevens said hes "very close" to returning. ... The 76ers began the night allowing an NBA-worst 109.9 points per game. Nike Roshe One mens UK . Walcott is available for Saturdays home match against Southampton as Arsenal looks to extend its two-point lead at the top of the Premier League. The Gunners are currently the second highest scorers in the league but Wenger insists Walcott will add something extra to his team. Nike Roshe One Black Sale . - Chris Tierney snapped a tie with a power-play goal late in the third period as the London Knights rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Erie Otters 5-3 in Ontario Hockey League action on Wednesday. http://www.cheaprosheronesale.co.uk/nike-roshe-one-flyknit-cheap.html . -- Catcher Brett Hayes has agreed to a $630,000, one-year contract with the Kansas City Royals, avoiding salary arbitration.EDMONTON -- It seems Edmonton Oilers owner Daryl Katz is throwing in the towel, on this season at least. In a letter to Oilers fans posted on the NHL teams website, Katz says its very likely the club will miss the Stanley Cup playoffs for an eighth straight season. Katzs statement comes with Edmonton still having more than 30 regular-season games yet to play. However, Edmonton (15-30-6) certainly faces an uphill battle in its quest to return to playoff contention. The Oilers are last in the Western Conference standings, 23 points behind Minnesota (27-19-5) and Vancouver (25-16-9), who are both tied for seventh. "I know this will almost certainly be the eighth consecutive year since we made the playoffs," Katz wrote. " I hate that fact as much as anyone, but the reality is that this is only year four of the rebuild that started when we drafted Taylor Hall. "The good news, if you can call it that, is that other teams that committed to fundamental rebuilds went through the same kind of droughts over the same kind of time frames, or longer. That doesnt make it fun for anyone; it just means we have to stay the course." The Oilers struggles have prompted suggestions the team needs to make a big trade but Katz said the franchise isnt interested in mortgaging its future with a reactionary move. "But I can also tell you that we are not going to sacrifice the future by doing something short-term," he said. "Those days are over and theyre not coming back. "If were going to rebuild, we want to do it right and we only want to do it once." Katz also defended Kevin Lowe, the former Oilers standout defenceman who has steadily risen through the ranks of the organization despite the team not making the playoffs since reaching the Stanley Cup final in 2005-06. In the space of the last 15 years, Lowe has moved from assistant coach to head coach to general manager and is now the clubs president of hockey operations. "Kevin is a big part of our organization, and its not just the Oilers that value his knowledge and perspective," Katz said. "He is consistently chosen, year after year, to play a leadership role with Hockey Canada. "But when it comes down to it, this is Craig MacTavishs team. He is the GM. He makes the calls, and he is accountable for building a team that can compete for the Stanley Cup -- year in and year out for years to come. Thats our vision. We are committed to it -- and were confident that we are on the right track." And Katz asked Oilers fans to remain patient with the hockey club. "Our fans have been incredibly patient and supportive," he said. "At the same time, we know theres a lot of frustration and we are asking you to hang in there while we fight through this and put the next few pieces of the team in place. "Ill tell you this, despite everything, we all wear our Oilers colours with the same pride now as we ever have, and as we will when were back on ttop. Nike Roshe One Breeze UK. We hope youll do the same. " Daryl Katzs message to fans To Oilers Fans Everywhere: We all thought this was going to be the year the Oilers turned the corner. Obviously, that hasnt happened, and it hurts. Its frustrating – for all of us. For our fans, for our players and staff, and for everyone in our community who shares a common bond around a game, a team and a city that we love. I know this will almost certainly be the eighth consecutive year since we made the playoffs. I hate that fact as much as anyone, but the reality is that this is only year four of the rebuild that started when we drafted Taylor Hall. The good news, if you can call it that, is that other teams that committed to fundamental rebuilds went through the same kind of droughts over the same kind of time frames, or longer. That doesnt make it fun for anyone; it just means we have to stay the course. Yes, we hoped and expected to be better this year – theres no question about that. But weve also been more active than any team I can think of in rebuilding our organization from bottom to top by supporting player development in OKC and Bakersfield, revamping our scouting organization, naming a new GM and a new coach, signing free agents like Justin Schultz, Boyd Gordon, Andrew Ference, Anton Belov and Ilya Bryzgalov, and trading for players like David Perron, and now Ben Scrivens and Matt Hendricks. And were not done. But I can also tell you that we are not going to sacrifice the future by doing something short-term. Those days are over and theyre not coming back. If were going to rebuild, we want to do it right and we only want to do it once. I hear a lot from fans about accountability, so lets be clear. We are all accountable. That includes me, Kevin, Craig, Dallas, every player who wears our jersey, and every member of our staff. I know Kevin is the target of a lot of personal attacks right now, and thats really unfortunate. Kevin is a big part of our organization, and its not just the Oilers that value his knowledge and perspective. He is consistently chosen, year after year, to play a leadership role with Hockey Canada. But when it comes down to it, this is Craig MacTavishs team. He is the GM. He makes the calls, and he is accountable for building a team that can compete for the Stanley Cup -- year in and year out for years to come. Thats our vision. We are committed to it -- and were confident that we are on the right track. Our fans have been incredibly patient and supportive. At the same time, we know theres a lot of frustration and we are asking you to hang in there while we fight through this and put the next few pieces of the team in place. Ill tell you this, despite everything, we all wear our Oilers colours with the same pride now as we ever have, and as we will when were back on top. We hope youll do the same. We value our fans, we hear you, and we appreciate your support. 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MUNICH, Germany -- Bayern Munich winger and Ballon dOr candidate Franck Ribery has a cracked rib and will miss Saturdays Bundesliga derby at Borussia Dortmund.http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Eliseu-Portugal-Jersey/ . Bayern says Ribery could also miss next weeks Champions League game at CSKA Moscow. Riberys 10th rib was cracked in Frances 3-0 victory over Ukraine on Tuesday that qualified the French for next years World Cup in Brazil. Bayern quotes Ribery as saying the injury is "bitter" but that "my team can manage it without me this time." Bayerns injury list includes Bastian Schweinsteiger, Xherdan Shaqiri, Claudio Pizarro and Holger Badstuber. http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Danny-Portugal-Jersey/ . "Hes going to have hip surgery on Jan. 7, and hell be expected to rehabilitate for four to six months beyond that," Canucks general manager Mike Gillis said Friday in an interview. http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Rafa-Silva-Portugal-Jersey/ .Y. -- Paul Byron and Matt Stajan scored as the Calgary Flames started a five-game road trip with a 2-1 overtime win over the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday afternoon.http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Pepe-Portugal-Jersey/ . Collaros, 25, was solid last season, posting a 5-2 record as the starter while incumbent Ricky Ray was injured. Collaros also started Torontos 23-20 regular-season finale loss to Montreal — Ray didnt dress because the Argos had already clinched first in the East Division — but was one of three quarterbacks to play that day.BARCELONA, Spain -- Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino says Lionel Messi has returned from his injury layoff with the "eyes of a killer," although he has left his star forward off the squad for Sundays league game. Martino says "from what I see (Messi) is excited to play, he is fit, with the eyes of a killer," but he still "lacks playing time." Messi trained with his teammates thiis week for the first time since tearing his left hamstring in November, having spent time in Argentina doing rehab. http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Jose-Fonte-Portugal-Jersey/. While Messi continues to improve his fitness, goalkeeper Victor Valdes made the squad for Sundays game against Elche. Valdes hasnt played for six weeks since injuring a right leg muscle. Xavi Hernandez is also back from injury, while Dani Alves is out with a fever. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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MUNICH, Germany -- Bayern Munich winger and Ballon dOr candidate Franck Ribery has a cracked rib and will miss Saturdays Bundesliga derby at Borussia Dortmund.http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Eliseu-Portugal-Jersey/ . Bayern says Ribery could also miss next weeks Champions League game at CSKA Moscow. Riberys 10th rib was cracked in Frances 3-0 victory over Ukraine on Tuesday that qualified the French for next years World Cup in Brazil. Bayern quotes Ribery as saying the injury is "bitter" but that "my team can manage it without me this time." Bayerns injury list includes Bastian Schweinsteiger, Xherdan Shaqiri, Claudio Pizarro and Holger Badstuber. http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Danny-Portugal-Jersey/ . "Hes going to have hip surgery on Jan. 7, and hell be expected to rehabilitate for four to six months beyond that," Canucks general manager Mike Gillis said Friday in an interview. http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Rafa-Silva-Portugal-Jersey/ .Y. -- Paul Byron and Matt Stajan scored as the Calgary Flames started a five-game road trip with a 2-1 overtime win over the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday afternoon.http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Pepe-Portugal-Jersey/ . Collaros, 25, was solid last season, posting a 5-2 record as the starter while incumbent Ricky Ray was injured. Collaros also started Torontos 23-20 regular-season finale loss to Montreal — Ray didnt dress because the Argos had already clinched first in the East Division — but was one of three quarterbacks to play that day.BARCELONA, Spain -- Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino says Lionel Messi has returned from his injury layoff with the "eyes of a killer," although he has left his star forward off the squad for Sundays league game. Martino says "from what I see (Messi) is excited to play, he is fit, with the eyes of a killer," but he still "lacks playing time." Messi trained with his teammates thiis week for the first time since tearing his left hamstring in November, having spent time in Argentina doing rehab. http://www.portugalnationalshop.com/Jose-Fonte-Portugal-Jersey/. While Messi continues to improve his fitness, goalkeeper Victor Valdes made the squad for Sundays game against Elche. Valdes hasnt played for six weeks since injuring a right leg muscle. Xavi Hernandez is also back from injury, while Dani Alves is out with a fever. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - David Ferrer of Spain has won his third straight Copa Claro title, defeating Fabio Fognini 6-4, 6-3 Sunday on outdoor clay in the Argentine capital. Carlos Tevez Argentina Jersey . It was the 21st ATP singles title for the top-seeded Ferrer. Second-seeded Fognini was playing his fifth consecutive clay-court final since the French Open. The Italian won the final a week ago in Chile for his third tour singles title. Javier Mascherano Jersey . The 29-year-old Baines has established himself as one of the top attacking full backs in the country and was the subject of two bids from United during the last off-season. Everton manager Roberto Martinez says that keeping Baines at the club is a "massive boost and exciting for the future" because he brings "maturity and football knowledge in a very specialized position on the pitch" and an "infectious and positive influence to the rest of the squad. Maxi Rodriguez Jersey . Q: Team Canada announces their Olympic roster three weeks from today. Who is general manager Steve Yzerman watching? LeBrun: Over the last 48 hours, hes taken in the home-and-home between the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche with Jamie Benn and Matt Duchene being the obvious targets. http://www.officialargentinaonline.com/Martin-Demichelis-Copa-America-Jersey/ . Hamelin, who triumphed in the 500 on Saturday, edged out Victor An of Russia by 0.021 seconds to maintain his lead in the World Cup standings. Russias Vladimir Grigorev was third. In the relay, Canada took control six laps from the finish line to beat Russia and the Netherlands.SAN ANTONIO -- This was no ordinary victory for Paul George and the Indiana Pacers. They know how difficult it is to beat the San Antonio Spurs. George scored 28 points and Indiana defeated San Antonio 111-100 on Saturday night, snapping an 11-game skid against the Spurs. "It means a lot," George said. "We havent won here since 2002. So it definitely means that were onto something. Something great is going on in here, if we just continue to keep on this path, we have a positive future." David West had 20 points and Lance Stephenson scored 15 for the Pacers, who enjoyed a 41-34 rebounding edge. Roy Hibbert and Luis Scola each had 12 points and 10 boards. "I couldnt be happier with how they played, particularly in the second and third quarter," Pacers coach Frank Vogel said. "Second quarter, getting back in the game, but in the third quarter, really busting it open. Tough to pick a star in the game with as many contributions as we got. Just great balance and a great team win." Kawhi Leonard scored 18 points for San Antonio, which has dropped three of five. Manu Ginobili added 16 points, Tony Parker had 13 and Tim Duncan finished with 10. Indiana had lost 12 straight in San Antonio and appeared headed for a bakers dozen early on. Ginobilis 3-pointer with 9:46 remaining in the first half gave the Spurs a 35-22 lead. It was their largest lead, but also the start of the teams fall as the Pacers starting five overwhelmed their counterparts. "We give a lot of credit to Indiana," Parker said. "They just played better than us." Indiana closed the first half on a 30-18 run and opened the second half with a 12-2 spree. "We had a good first quarter," Duncan said. "Second quarter they started making some shots and we werent able to keep up. We went cold, they heatted up and got a little lead there. Martin Demichelis Argentina Jersey. We just couldnt recover." Georges 3 gave the Pacers an 85-62 lead with 46.3 seconds left in the third. He was 4 for 4 from long range and also had six assists. George had nine points in the third quarter, and the teams starters had all but two of Indianas points in a 35-17 period. "We knew it was a long game," George said. "This is one team that never thinks were out of a game, no matter what the circumstances are. But we knew that we had to get stops and we had to match their energy." San Antonio held a 23-8 edge in second-chance points and a 34-26 advantage in points in the paint, but Indiana attempted 22 more free throws. The Pacers went 26 for 28 at the line, compared to 5 for 6 for the Spurs. "If you lose, you were less aggressive, and you didnt have the effort; thats all baloney," San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said. "Thats psycho-babble. You dont think Patty Mills and those guys played hard? You dont think Timmy tried to play hard? Thats silly. They played better than we did. Its got nothing to do with effort." NOTES: The Pacers last victory against the Spurs was 100-99 on April 1, 2007, in Indianapolis. Their last victory in San Antonio was 92-82 on Jan. 4, 2002. ... Spurs C Tiago Splitter in the first half with tightness in his left calf. Splitter was questionable to play due to the calf injury, but got the start anyway. He finished with two points and two rebounds in eight minutes. ... San Antonio had not played since a 102-100 victory over Atlanta. Wednesdays game against Minnesota in Mexico City was postponed due to an electrical fire. ... Before a free throw late in the game, a fan yelled to referee Bill Kennedy, "Did they run out of medium and large shirts?" The muscular Kennedy turned to the crowd with a bemused look and smiled.Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Fernando Torres scored a valuable away goal for Chelsea in a 1-1 draw at Galatasaray in the Champions League on Wednesday, but the Premier League side left Istanbul frustrated at its failure to build on its superior start. nike air max thea comprar . Torres scored the first goal by an English team in the knockout phase of the Champions League this season when he met Cezar Azpilicuetas cutback in the ninth minute of their first leg match in the last 16. But Chelsea failed to make the most of its counterattacks and the Turkish champions equalized in the second half after gaining in confidence and cutting out their defensive mistakes. Aurelien Chedjou put the ball past goalkeeper Petr Cech in the 64th after connecting with Wesley Sneijders corner. "I wouldnt want to say thats a great result, we all now know what a strong team they are," Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard told British broadcaster Sky Sports. "So (Im a) little bit disappointed today really at halftime it wasnt more than one nil up. I think we played very well first half, we controlled it. "They didnt have any chances and we have about four or five very good counterattacks, and we didnt make more of them." Unlike Chelsea, Real Madrid is virtually certain of a place in the quarterfinals after Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo each scored a brace in a spectacular 6-1 victory at Schalke in the nights other game. By contrast, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was already bracing for his sides second leg match in west London on March 18. "They have very powerful strikers and we are going to have a difficult time at Stamford Bridge -- thats for sure," Mourinho said. The pre-match build-up centred on the Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba facing the team he won the Champions League with in 2012. But it was another former Premier League regular who played a key role as Chelsea took an early lead -- for the wrong reasons. Former Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue was dispossessed too easily inside the Chelsea half, allowing Mourinhos side to launch a counterattack down the left flank. Andre Schurrle fed the advancing defender Azpilicueta, who cut the ball back for the unmarked Torres to side-foot into an open net. The hosts were leaving themselves too exposed, and unable to cause Chelsea many problems. The closest they came to levelling before the break was Izet Hajrovic sending a shot over the top. The winger, though, was substituted in the 31st, with Yekta Kurtulus coming on as coach Roberto Mancini responded to the poor start. "The game started and we did three of four mistakes," Mancini said. "Maybe in the first half we played too deep, with fear." But Chelsea would pay for not making the most of its confident start, with Ramires volleying over. Galatasarays defence looked as fragile at the start of the second half. Felipe Melos clearance went straight to Eden Hazard, who ran through the centre and released Torres. Although the striker broke through the defence, his shot was saved by goalkeeper Fernando Muslera. "We had too much respect for Chelsea ... we should have played more offensively without problems like in the second," Mancini said. Galatasaray recovered from its shaky start and proved a much tougher opponent after the break. "We had chances to kill the game," Mourinho said. "Im not critical of my strikers because my strikers did a very good game, but overall when we go to counterattack situations we are missing the last pass, the last control, the last choice ... the second goal would have changed the story of the game." It never came. The woodwork did deny Galatasaray. Drogba headed down from Sneijders delivery to Selcuk Inan, who hit the post. But Mancinis side found the target barely a minute later. Sneijder swung in a corner from the left, Chedjou turned the ball in from close range after getting in front of Chelsea captain John Terry. "We probably deserved to score another goal," Mancini said. Indeed, Cech only spared Chelsea from travelling back to London needing to overturn a 2-1 deficit, by tipping over Alex Telles swerving shot after William gave the ball away. "We werent passing it like we was in the first half," Lampard said. "A few things were disappointing. Its one of those results -- you are kind of happy with it, but we have still got a lot of work to do." nike air max 90 mujer . -- On the field, it was business as usual for Jameis Winston and No. adidas zx 750 outlet . Emery skated the length of the ice and fought an unwilling Holtby during the third period of the Flyers 7-0 loss Friday night in Philadelphia. He was given 29 penalty minutes, including a game misconduct. But Emery did not face even a disciplinary hearing with NHL senior vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan because rules 46. http://www.baratasonlinees.com/nike-free/nike-free-3-0.html . To the surprise of many, it isnt the Wolverines but their in-state rivals the Michigan State Spartans.BOSTON - John Farrell failed in his last managerial job. The Boston Red Sox had their worst record in nearly a half century. After a dismal 2012 season for both, theyre together now and that past seems so far away. Its a match made for the World Series. "I try to live out what our team has lived out this year and, that is, not to look back," Farrell said. Why would he want to? The Toronto Blue Jays were 73-89 last season, their second under Farrell, and actually trailed Boston in the standings with 10 games left. Then the Red Sox finally won something — the race to the bottom of the AL East. They lost nine of their last 10 games, dropping to 69-93 and insuring that Bobby Valentines tumultuous term as manager would end after one season. Enter Farrell. He had one year left on his contract with the Blue Jays so the Red Sox had to trade to get their old pitching coach back to run the show as manager. His impact was immediate in spring training, the transition smoothed by his familiarity with many of his players. "He came in there with a presence," pitching ace Jon Lester said, "Came in there with his idea of how he wanted to run this team and stood up there in front of us and told us how he wanted it done. "And I think the 40 guys or whatever that was in that room kind of looked around and it was like, OK, lets go do it. " So they did, with a consistency and clubhouse cohesion missing from Valentines Way. The Red Sox spent an AL-best 158 days in first place, were one of two major-league teams above .500 all year and had no losing streak longer than three games for just the second time in their 113 seasons. And the players bonded long before their beards blossomed. Gone were highly paid disgruntled players like Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford and Josh Beckett. In their place were team-oriented hustlers like Jonny Gomes, Mike Napoli, Shane Victorino, Stephen Drew and David Ross. But it took the even-keeled Farrell and his communication skills to bring them all together after Valentines shoot-from-the-lip style failed. "The thing with John is hes so smart. I think it seems like he learns from every single person hes around in baseball," second baseman Dustin Pedroia said. "John this year has been unbelievable with all of us, just the communication." At 6-foot-4, the broad-shouldereed Farrell has a military bearing. Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse Baratas. He leads his players and listens to them. He lets them know their roles, explains why theyre not in the lineup and sees them produce off the bench. Before World Series games, he sits at an interview table, rarely blinking as he listens closely to questions. Then he answers thoughtfully, occasionally breaking into a smile. And hes not afraid to admit that hes wrong. With Game 3 tied 4-4 with one out in the top of the ninth, Farrell let Brandon Workman bat with one out rather than have Napoli pinch hit and make a double-switch at first base and pitcher. Workman struck out. Then he left the game with one out and a runner at first in the bottom of the ninth when the Cardinals won 5-4 on an obstruction play. "In retrospect, sure, I would have liked to (use a pinch hitter)," Farrell said. "Still, I wasnt going to pinch-hit for Workman with no guarantee that Napoli drives one out of the ballpark." He also handles critics — there havent been many in Boston — with respect. When he was booed by fans on his return to Toronto with Boston on April 4, Farrell said, "That goes back to how much people care, and thats a good thing. "Unfortunately, over the past couple of years, some things didnt play out on the field as we had hoped." But now hes in Boston where his philosophy is working out just fine. "Theres a relentless approach to play a complete game every night," Farrell said. "That attitude is what has allowed us to come back from so many deficits this year and never give an at-bat away, and certainly play to the 27th out every night." Unlike his predecessor, in Boston he has a strong relationship with his coaches and doesnt call attention to himself by criticizing players. Farrell hired Juan Nieves as his pitching coach then stayed out of his way despite having served in that role with the Red Sox from 2007-2010. The staff ERA of 3.79 was nearly a run less than last seasons and Bostons best in 11 years. "His genuineness as a person to me was the one thing that would allow him to connect with players," Farrell said of Nieves. Just like Farrell. From that first meeting in spring training. "Nobody had any questions," Lester said. "It was our job to go out there and do what he told us to do. And I think weve done a good job of that." Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL JerseysCheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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