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NBA rookie sensation Donovan Mitchell to visit Manila

Utah Jazz shooting guard Donovan Mitchell, who is in the running for the NBA 2018 Rookie of The Year, is coming to the Philippines for the first time this June 17.  21-year-old Mitchell— also known by his fans as “Spida”— leads all rookies in scoring per game, with an average of 20.5 points per game. His quick Manila visit will give his Filipino fans a glimpse into his life and how he uses creativity in the challenges he faces as a rookie. “From claiming the 2018 Slam Dunk Champ title to leading in the 2018 NBA Rookie of the Year race, Donovan Mitchell has really inspired our basketball-crazy country and we can’t wait to welcome him to the Philippines,” said Jen Dacasin, Brand Communications and Sports Marketing Manager for adidas Philippines. For the latest news about his visit, follow adidas Philippines on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter......»»

Category: sportsSource: abscbn abscbnJun 14th, 2018

NBA rookie Donovan Mitchell to visit Manila

Utah Jazz shooting guard Donovan Mitchell, who is in the running for the NBA 2018 Rookie of The Year, is coming to the Philippines for the first time on Sunday.The 21-year-old Mitchell--also known.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJun 15th, 2018

Why top NBA rookie Donovan Mitchell is driving Filipino fans crazy

One of the National Basketball Association’s top rookies from the recently concluded season is coming to Manila and basketball fans are pumped. A look at Utah Jazz rookie sensation Donovan Mitchell’s stunning performance reveals why the basketball-savvy country is giving this newbie the hype that’s usually reserved for superstars. ‘Spida’ in Manila One of the […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsJun 14th, 2018

Top NBA rookie Donovan Mitchell to visit Manila

MANILA, Philippines — Utah Jazz shooting guard Donovan Mitchell, one of the top contenders for the NBA 2018 Rookie of The Year award, is coming to the Philippines for the first time this Sunday, June 17.  Nicknamed as “Spida,” the 21-year-old Mitchell leads all rookies in scoring ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 14th, 2018

Players react to Gilas vs. Australia brawl

What was supposed to be a non-bearing FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers meeting between Gilas Pilipinas and Australia ended in infamy, as a massive brawl ultimately put a stop to the game, Monday evening at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan.  With Australia up 31 midway through the third quarter, things got physical between Gilas player RR Pogoy and Australian players Chris Goulding and Daniel Kickert, eventually erupting to a bench-clearing brawl that saw punches, kicks, water bottles, and even chairs get thrown.  Bench-clearing brawl between Gilas and Australia. pic.twitter.com/RotOFNiMgl — Camille B. Naredo (@camillenaredo) July 2, 2018 The incident, of course, became viral almost instantly.  Andrew Bogut, and Australian former NBA player and national team member obviously wasn't pleased with the events that took place.  MAN WTF!!! Disgusting — Andrew Bogut (@andrewbogut) July 2, 2018 Cameras caught a number of Gilas players, led by Marc Pingris, taking a selfie as the officials sorted things out. This didn't sit well with Bogut either.  Blokes taking a team selfie after all that. Down 31. Yep. They really just took a team selfie. — Andrew Bogut (@andrewbogut) July 2, 2018  Being the hosts, it certainly wasn't a good look on the Philippines' part, and a number of former Gilas players and current PBA players expressed their dismay as well.  Embarassing… — Jimmy Alapag (@JAlapag3) July 2, 2018 Roommate!! 😩🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ — L.A Tenorio (@LA_Tenorio) July 2, 2018 Can’t believe some people are proud of this.... 🤦🏽‍♂️ wrong sport! — Solomon Mercado (@M3rcMyWords) July 2, 2018 Junemar tho... what a beast! And didn’t feel the need to throw one punch or throw any chairs to show his pride. #4timeMVP — Solomon Mercado (@M3rcMyWords) July 2, 2018 Embarrassing!!! — Chris Ross (@cmross6) July 2, 2018 This is unfortunate. — joe devance (@jdv_38) July 2, 2018 Aleast we won the rumble not sure about the game!! — marcus douthit (@DouthitMarcus) July 2, 2018 As a player, what would u do if u are hit or u see ur teammate get hit on the face? U cant just back down. Goes for both 🇵🇭 and 🇦🇺 players. Im not saying that the fight is a good thing. Tough situation really. #GilasPilipinas — Jai Reyes (@jaireyes5) July 2, 2018 This is embarrassing — alex cabagnot (@askcabaggie) July 2, 2018 Congrats .. yall just made shaqtin a fool — alex cabagnot (@askcabaggie) July 2, 2018 Wow man....😔 — Kel Williams (@KelWilliams21) July 2, 2018 Christian Standhardinger, a former Gilas player himself, took to Twitter to stand up for his basketball brothers.  If you attack one of us, you attack all of us! THAT WAS A CHEAP SHOT AGAINST POGOY. I hope nobody got seriously injured. — Chris Standhardinger (@cstandhardinger) July 2, 2018 Wag nalang tayo magmalinis lahat.. kung ikaw yung nasa court at nakita mo yung teammate mo na sadyang sinaktan matutuwa ka?? Isip tayo!! Wag tayo puro embarrasing!! Oo panget tignan masisira name ng bansa pero wag paagarabyado lalo na sarili natin bansa to!! — Ronald Tubid (@ront71) July 2, 2018 Other members of the Philippine basketball community also took to Twitter to share their two cents.  This is not gonna be good for our country in the long run 😕 — Thirdy (@ThirdyRavenaaa) July 2, 2018 😳 — Kib Montalbo (@kibmontalbo) July 2, 2018   It's just so difficult to keep your cool in a crazy situation like that (I probably couldn't) I've always had the highest regard for JMF and Gabe pero lalo pang tumaas ngayon. (And Baser too) — Jason Webb (@Jason_Webb_Phil) July 2, 2018 Even NBA Rookie of the Year runner-up Donovan Mitchell, who was in Manila just a few weeks ago, caught wind of the fiasco. Yo @ThonMaker14 out here tryin hit dudes wit the flying knee😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 — Donovan Mitchell (@spidadmitchell) July 2, 2018 Thon Maker, a player for the Milwaukee Bucks and the Australian National Team, was seen on camera attempting a flying kick on Gilas guard Terrence Romeo.  Speaking of Romeo, the fan-favorite was unapologetic as he stood up for his Gilas teammates as well.  Dun sa mga kapwa namin players na nag sasabing embarassing kami wala kaming paki alam sa inyo . Kami mag kaka teammate sa loob kailangan namin mag tulungan. Hindi namin pwede pabayaan yung isat isa. Kung embarassing kami sa mata niyo bat di kayo mag convert ng australian. — Terrence Romeo (@tbvromeo) July 2, 2018 Kahit anong sabihin niyo nag lalaro kami para sa isat isa para sa kapwa natin pilipino higit sa lahat para sa bayan. Hindi niyo alam ang sacrifice namin Kung para sainyo mali tulungan namin yung kakampi namin sinasaktan problema niyo na yun basta kami walang iwanan tapos!!! — Terrence Romeo (@tbvromeo) July 2, 2018 In the end, 13 players were ejected, with nine of them coming from Gilas Pilipinas.  The game continued, with Baser Amer, Gabe Norwood, and June Mar Fajardo being the lone Gilas players not to be ejected.  The game waa called eventually, with Australia winning 89-53.  According to FIBA, disciplinary proceedings will be opened and decisions, and most likely sanctions will be handed out in the coming days.  Following the incident that occured in the third quarter of the Philippines-Australia game on Monday in the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers, FIBA will now open disciplinary proceedings against both teams. The decision(s) will be communicated in the coming days. — FIBA media (@FIBA_media) July 2, 2018.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 2nd, 2018

Donovan Mitchell a hit in Manila

Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell kicked up a storm during his brief visit to Manila and a highlight was joining the ESPN5 TV panel covering the PBA Commissioner’s Cup “Manila Clasico” game between Barangay Ginebra and Magnolia at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last Sunday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 18th, 2018

LOOK: Donovan Mitchell holds mini-clinic, attends PBA’s Manila Clasico

MANILA, Philippines – The Spida is in Manila! Donovan Mitchell, the reigning NBA Slam Dunk Champion and super rookie of the Utah Jazz, visited the Philippines for the first time to promote his shoe brand and have a meet-and-greet with some lucky Pinoy fans last Sunday, June 17. The 21-year old got ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 18th, 2018

Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell an athlete since day one

BRIEFLY in town for his “Spida in Manila Tour,” young Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell took time to meet with members of local media where he shared some of his thoughts, including the impressive rookie season he had in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and how growing up in a “sports household” honed the person he has become. The post Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell an athlete since day one appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJun 18th, 2018

Loud Manila Clasico crowd amazes NBA star Mitchell

Donovan Mitchell is as versatile on offense as he can be. Utah's Rookie of the Year frontrunner averaged 20.5 points while shooting at a 43.7 percent clip and 34 percent from deep. Mitchell can fly to the rim with the best of dunkers and he can also shoot like this era's best shooter hitting a total of 187 three-pointers, a rookie record, in the regular season. And Mitchell can practically add "basketball commentator" to his budding resume. Mitchell was part of ESPN 5's broadcast team for the PBA Commissioner's Cup game between Magnolia and Barangay Ginebra Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. "It's just so loud in here," said Mitchell during the broadcast while being rem...Keep on reading: Loud Manila Clasico crowd amazes NBA star Mitchell.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018

Donovan Mitchell recruits Paul George, LeBron to Utah Jazz

  MANILA, Philippines – Donovan Mitchell is planning to make the Western Conference even tougher than it already is. The 21-year-old rookie star of the Utah Jazz – who's in Manila for the first time – made his recruitment pitch to incoming free agents LeBron James and Paul George in a ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018

Jazz veterans Rubio, Favors questionable for Game 4

NBA.com staff report After suffering a 113-92 blowout loss in Game 3, the Jazz might get the reinforcements they need for a response in Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals. Ricky Rubio, who suffered a strained hamstring in the final game of Utah's first-round series against Oklahoma City, is questionable for Sunday's (Monday, PHL time) contest against the Rockets. Tomorrow’s @UofUHealth report: Derrick Favors (left ankle sprain) is questionable. Ricky Rubio (left hamstring strain) is questionable. Thabo Sefolosha (right knee surgery) is out. — Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) May 5, 2018 Utah has made do by running more of the offense through rookie sensation Donovan Mitchell and veteran forward Joe Ingles while playing reserves Alec Burks and Dante Exum more minutes. The adjustment was enough to steal Game 2 in Houston before Friday's Game 3 setback. In the first playoff appearance of his seven-year career, Rubio is averaging 14.0 points, 7.3 rebounds and 7.0 assists per contests. The Jazz are hopeful his return will alleviate the defensive attention given to Mitchell, who suffered a 4-for-16 shooting night en route to scoring just 10 points in Game 3. Derrick Favors is also questionable after suffering a sprained ankle in Game 3. The veteran big man has an enjoyed a resurgent season starting alongside All-Defensive center Rudy Gobert. Favors is averaging 10.1 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per contest while shooting 58.7 percent from the field during Utah's playoff run......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 6th, 2018

McCollum scores 26, Blazers end Utah’s 11-game win streak

By Matthew Coles, Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — CJ McCollum scored 26 points, Damian Lillard added 24 and the Portland Trail Blazers snapped the Utah Jazz’s 11-game winning streak with a 100-81 victory on Friday night (Saturday, PHL time). McCollum and Lillard drove through and around the Jazz defense, which was ranked at the top of the league during their streak. The Jazz finally got within single digits at 90-81 but McCollum scored on three consecutive isolation plays, all contested jumpers. Lillard cooled off from his previous three games, when he shot 42 for 76 and scored more than 44 points a game. But he worked numerous screens and had his Jazz defenders chasing the ball and opening opportunities for the other Blazers. Jusuf Nurkic scored 15 points and Al-Farouq Aminu had 12 for the Blazers. Donovan Mitchell had 21 points for Utah. Rudy Gobert scored 15 and Joe Ingles contributed 12 but the Jazz were sloppy with ball. During their long winning streak, the Jazz consistently came up with loose balls in key scramble situations. Against Portland, the Jazz couldn’t seem to hold on to the basketball, committing 20 turnovers and having numerous rebounds and passes squirt right through their hands. The Blazers have won 4-of-5, with the only loss a blowout to the Jazz on Feb. 11 (Feb. 12, PHL time). After Mitchell trimmed the Portland lead to 53-49, McCollum hit two three-pointers and a runner to spark a 13-2 run. After the Jazz trimmed it back to 11, Lillard’s crossover stepback jumper gave the Blazers an 80-64 lead entering the final period. The Blazers are looking to follow a pattern of strong finishes as they reached the playoffs with 17-11 closing record in 2016 and an 18-8 post-All-Star Game mark in 2017. TIP-INS Blazers: Portland scored 22 points off Utah’s 20 turnovers. ... The Blazers never trailed. ... Portland only allowed six second-chance points and had 14 on their end. Jazz: Ricky Rubio returned after missing three games before the All-Star break with a sore left hip. Conversely, reserve point guard Raul Neto sprained his ankle in shootaround Friday (Saturday, PHL time). ... Gobert got a technical foul in the third quarter after arguing a no-call. RETURN TO PRESENT Darrell Griffith, who has been a mentor to Mitchell and the last Utah player to win the Rookie of the Year award, presented the Slam Dank champion trophy before the game. Both guards played collegiately at Louisville. Griffith played for the Jazz from 1980-91 and is a favorite of more than one member of the Utah organization. “I had a Dr. Dunkenstein Nike poster,” coach Quin Snyder said. “I know him. I know him well.” UP NEXT Blazers: Visit the Phoenix Suns on Saturday night (Sunday, PHL time). Jazz: Host the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday night (Sunday, PHL time)......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 24th, 2018

When NBA returns, will Warriors’ dominance come back, too?

By Brian Mahoney, Associated Press The Golden State Warriors have never lost more than 15 games in a season under Steve Kerr. They could reach that total in the first night after the All-Star break. The Warriors who return Thursday night (Friday, PHL time) aren’t the same ones who dominated the NBA for the last three seasons. The defending champions sputtered into their week off with four losses in their final eight games, falling into second place in the Western Conference behind Houston — ending a three-year run of taking the league’s best record into the break. At 44-14 and loaded with four All-Stars, the Warriors are still very good, but not as good they’ve been. “This year we’ve had a pretty solid season, but feel that we can play a lot better,” Stephen Curry said. “So that’s what we’re trying to do this next 20 games before another championship run.” Their performances against their first two opponents out of the break show how different things have been for these Warriors. The Los Angeles Clippers, who visit Golden State on Thursday (Friday, PHL time), won in Oakland last month after losing the previous 12 meetings in the series. And the Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State’s opponent Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) in a nationally televised game, have defeated the Warriors by 17 and 20 points already this season. They can become the first team to beat Golden State three times in a season since San Antonio went 4-0 against the Warriors in 2013-14 — the season before Kerr’s arrival. Their spotty play thus far makes Curry appreciate their time at the top even more. “We’ve kind of set a standard of excellence in the league,” he said. “That’s pretty cool to think about sustaining that high level of play for so long.” ___ Some other things to watch when play resumes Thursday with six games: RACE TO THE BOTTOM: While the NBA fined Dallas owner Mark Cuban $600,000 on Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time) for his public comments about tanking, the Mavericks have plenty of company near the bottom of the standings. Phoenix has lost seven straight to share the worst record in the league with Atlanta at 18-41, and six other teams, including the Mavs, have 20 or fewer victories. The team who finishes last has the best chance to win the draft lottery, though if it’s Brooklyn (19-40), that makes a winner out of Cleveland, which has the Nets’ pick that belonged to Boston after acquiring it in the Kyrie Irving trade. DOMINANT DAVIS: Anthony Davis scored 44, 38 and 42 points in his last three games before the All-Star break, leading New Orleans to victories in all of them. He leads the league with 22 games of 30 points or more and the Pelicans might need him to keep it up, as they are just a half-game ahead of the Clippers for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. MEN OF MYSTERY: Two of the NBA’s strange absences could be cleared up after the break — or could last through the rest of the season. Spurs star Kawhi Leonard continues to rehabilitate a right thigh injury — the team lists his reason for not playing as “return from injury management” — after he was shut down after appearing in just nine games. Philadelphia guard Markelle Fultz, the No. 1 draft pick, remains sidelined with a right shoulder injury after playing in just four games. Neither player has been ruled out for the season, though there’s not much time left if they’re going to come back. RISING ROOKIES: Utah’s Donovan Mitchell, who won the Slam Dunk contest at the All-Star Game, and Ben Simmons of Philadelphia could be locked in tight race for Rookie of the Year. Both have their teams on the rise, as the Jazz have won 11 straight games to pull within 1 ½ games of eighth place in the West, while the 76ers have won five in a row and are seventh in the East. LONZO AND THE LAKERS: Lonzo Ball is set to return to the Lakers after missing the last 15 games with a sore left knee. While the No. 2 pick was out, the Lakers have used Brandon Ingram in the point guard role and also acquired Isaiah Thomas from Cleveland, so coach Luke Walton will have to figure out how to fit in his prized rookie......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 22nd, 2018

Jazz rookie Mitchell honors Carter, wins slam dunk contest

Rookie Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz put on a show in the slam dunk contest to cap off NBA All-Star Saturday (Sunday in Manila)......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2018

Hood scores 29 points as Jazz beat Spurs

SALT LAKE CITY --- Missing their leading scorer for the second consecutive game, the Utah Jazz needed Rodney Hood to score in bunches. He did exactly that, including 11 fourth-quarter points to help Utah end a three-game losing streak. Hood had 29 points and the Jazz fended off multiple comeback attempts by San Antonio to beat the Spurs 100-89 on Thursday (Friday Manila time). Utah played without rookie guard and top scorer Donovan Mitchell, who missed his second consecutive game with a bruised right big toe. "When Donovan is out, I have to be a lot more aggressive," Hood said. The Jazz led most of the way, but the Spurs fought back each time it appeared Utah was ready...Keep on reading: Hood scores 29 points as Jazz beat Spurs.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 22nd, 2017

Lillard, Nurkic s big 3rd send Blazers past Jazz, 109-104

By Matthew Coles, Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Damian Lillard scored 26 points and Jusuf Nurkic had 17 in the third quarter to lift the Portland Trail Blazers past the Utah Jazz 109-104 on Monday night (Tuesday, PHL time). In a matchup between two of the NBA's hottest teams, the Blazers made 50 percent of their shots and piled up 30 assists to snap Utah's six-game winning streak. Nurkic finished with 22 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and six blocks. CJ McCollum added 14 points for Portland, which has won 7-of-9. Meyers Leonard's second three-pointer of the fourth quarter capped a 10-2 burst, all without Lillard on the court, to give the Blazers a 96-88 lead. On the other end, the Jazz missed open shot after open shot, helping Portland take command. Donovan Mitchell continued his high-scoring streak with 36 points for Utah. Jae Crowder scored 15 while Rudy Gobert had 10 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks. Lillard came back in and drained a three for a 101-90 advantage. Mitchell desperately tried to will the Jazz back with a variety of drives and shots in the lane, but no one else could score for Utah. McCollum gave Portland its biggest lead at 106-94 with 2:45 remaining. Mitchell's free throws brought the Jazz to 108-104, but after Gobert's block Joe Ingles missed a wide-open corner triple, Utah's seventh straight miss from long distance down the stretch. Nurkic scored 17 points in the third quarter against Utah's frontline, which has anchored the toughest defense in the league over the past 10 games. His layup, three-point play and tip-in — a personal 7-0 run — gave the Blazers an 80-75 edge late in the period. Portland's 30 assists marked the 10th time in the last 12 games the Blazers have recorded at least 25. They are 14-3 this season when they finish with 25 or more. TIP-INS Trail Blazers: The first nine Portland baskets were points in the paint. Conversely, the Blazers went more than eight minutes in the second quarter without an inside basket. ... Evan Turner got a technical for his reaction to a foul by Ricky Rubio in the second quarter. ... Portland shot 7-for-13 in the second half from three-point range after shooting just 1-of-5 in the first half. Jazz: Jae Crowder got a technical after mixing it up with Nurkic in the third quarter. Gobert was whistled for another technical less than two minutes later. ... Gobert is tied with Joel Embiid for the NBA lead with 39 double-doubles and has posted one in eight consecutive games. ... Mitchell is averaging nearly 30 points over the last nine games. RUBIO RETURNS Rubio, who had been out since straining his hamstring in the first quarter against Milwaukee on Jan.7 (Jan. 8, PHL time), returned to the court and it was none too soon for the Jazz. Besides Rubio, Dante Exum and Raul Neto have also been injured, forcing Mitchell to play the point. Even though Utah won all six games Rubio missed, coach Quin Snyder said before the game: "There's just so many things that are subtle that he does on the floor. On-the-ball defense, probably since the early part of the year, has been one of the things (where) he's been solid. ... It's great to have him back. He's a competitor and we missed him." Rubio, who was on a medical minutes restriction, scored 12 points. UP NEXT Blazers: Visit the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time). Jazz: Host the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time)......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 22nd, 2019

Jazz dominate Cavaliers in 115-99 victory

By JOHN COON,  Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Donovan Mitchell scored 24 points, Rudy Gobert had 19 points and 15 rebounds and the Utah Jazz cruised to a 115-99 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night (Saturday, PHL time). Royce O'Neale added 16 points and 11 rebounds, and Derrick Favors had 12 points and 10 rebounds in Utah's sixth straight win and eighth in nine games. Ante Zizic and Collin Sexton each scored 15 points, while Cameron Payne had 14 to lead the Cavaliers. Cleveland shot just 21 of 68 (.309) from the field over the first three quarters, allowing the Jazz to pull away early. The Cavaliers took their only lead at 7-6 when Cedi Osman stole a pass from Jae Crowder and set Sexton up for a layup. Utah took the lead for good on back-to-back 3-pointers from Mitchell and O'Neale that sparked a 12-4 run. Gobert finished it off with a dunk off a lob pass from Mitchell, giving Utah an 18-11 lead. The Cavaliers closed within two at 20-18 on a pair of free throws from Payne. Utah then got going from the perimeter near the end of the first quarter and put the game out of reach. Joe Ingles, Crowder, Kyle Korver, and Grayson Allen rattled off four 3-pointers over four straight possessions spanning the first and second quarters. Their outside baskets gave the Jazz a 32-20 lead. It sparked a second quarter during which Utah hit 12 of 20 shots and held Cleveland to just five total baskets. The Jazz capped it with back-to-back baskets from Gobert and O'Neale to take a 61-37 halftime lead. The Cavaliers could not keep up with the Jazz after missing their first 12 3-point shot attempts. They didn't score an outside basket until Jordan Clarkson knocked one down with 1:34 left before halftime. Utah didn't ease up after halftime, extending its lead to as many as 38 points in the third quarter, going up 87-49 on another 3-pointer from Crowder. TIP INS Cavaliers: Tristan Thompson did not play because of left foot soreness. ... Cleveland scored 19 points off 19 Jazz turnovers. ... Alec Burks and Rodney Hood combined for 10 points on 4-of-17 shooting from the field in their first game back in Utah since being traded by the Jazz. Jazz: Mitchell is averaging 29.0 points per game over his last eight games and has scored at least 24 points in each contest. ... Ingles totaled a team-high eight assists. He has led Utah in assists 21 times this season. ... Gobert collected his seventh straight double-double. He's averaging 16.1 points and 17.9 rebounds over those contests. UP NEXT Cavaliers: visit the Nuggets on Saturday. Jazz: host the Trail Blazers on Monday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 19th, 2019

'KicksStalker: Jayson Tatum debuts self-lacing sneakers in Celtics’ win

MANILA, Philippines---As the game of basketball further evolves, so too does the shoe that comes with it. Boston's Jayson Tatum debuted the first self-lacing sneaker on an NBA game when the Celtics beat the Toronto Raptors 117-108 Thursday (Manila time) at TD Garden. Tatum wore the Nike Adapt BB to the tune of 16 points and 10 rebounds in a landmark moment in sneaker history. Dallas's rookie sensation Luka Doncic also wore the sneakers in the Mavericks' 105-101 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. READ: #KicksStalker: Nike unveils next-generation self-lacing basketball shoes Doncic finished with 25 points, eight rebounds, and eight assists wearing the new self-lacing sneaker...Keep on reading: #KicksStalker: Jayson Tatum debuts self-lacing sneakers in Celtics’ win.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 17th, 2019

LOOK: Shay Mitchell drops by center for street kids during Manila visit

MANILA, Philippines – Actress Shay Mitchell’s visit to Manila might have been pretty quick and action-packed but the You star managed to squeeze in a visit to a non-profit organization that takes care of disadvantaged children. On her Instagram stories, Shay said on Tuesday, January 15, that she ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 15th, 2019

LOOK: Shay Mitchell drops by center for street kids during Manila visit

LOOK: Shay Mitchell drops by center for street kids during Manila visit Rappler MANILA, Philippines - Actress Shay Mitchell's visit to Manila might have been pretty quick and action-packed but th.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJan 15th, 2019

Netflix stars Penn Badgley and Shay Mitchell to visit Manila

Hollywood actors Penn Badgley and Shay Mitchell are set to visit Manila this January......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 9th, 2019