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13 Dec 18
CBS New York

Enes Kanter and Tim Hardaway each scored 20 points for New York, which lost its fifth straight. Knox, moved into the starting lineup before the game, finished with 19.

13 Dec 18
Delia

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13 Dec 18
Heavy.com

Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard will miss another game due to a hip injury and we broke down the latest information on the situation.

13 Dec 18
Hollywood Life

Don’t give up on Asher just yet. HL spoke EXCLUSIVELY with Cody Christian about the second half of ‘All American’s first season and where the story goes after the shocking fall finale!

13 Dec 18
Coach Jon's TTT Blog

Top to top DB alternating press from straight leg seated x 12 reps (6/side), rest 2 min x 4 sets Results: 40/40/40/45 + Ring support L-sit ALAP, new set every 2 min x 3 Results: 20/20/10. These are tough. Hip flexors tightened up. I want to get stronger with all of these gymnastic strength pieces. […]

13 Dec 18
Orange County Register
BELLFLOWER — Los Alamitos boys basketball’s tough start to the season continued on Wednesday with a 66-48 loss to Loyola. Everett May led the Griffins with 13 points, while David Olcomendy scored 12. The Griffins were, in a word, out-manned. Loyola is one of the best teams in the area and feature a senior forward, James Keefe, who is Stanford-bound after this season. It was clear the Griffins weren’t prepare for the intensity from the outset, falling behind 18-7 after the first quarter. Loyola employed a stifling press that forced Los Alamitos into some ill-advised passes that were frequently intercepted or so errant they sailed out of bounds. Loyola delivered a deflating punch at the end of the first half when Mason Butler hit a half-court shot to give the Cubs a 42-17 halftime lead. This frustrated the Griffins, but not so much that they stopped giving effort. Los Al dove on loose balls and scrambled back in transition after a turnover or miss. On one of those Loyola fastbreaks, senior guard MicGuire Monson got in position to take charge, drawing an excited reaction from his head coach. The Griffins fought back to get within 14 in the waning minutes, albeit with the back-of-the-rotation players on the court for both teams. “Tonight was an opportunity against a quality team to compete, and for the most part I thought we did,” head coach Eddie Courtemarche said. “Towards the end of the second quarter I think we lost some of the fire and the passion. But that last group, even down a lot, took advantage of the opportunities to make a little dent.” It’s been a tough opening schedule for the Griffins, who are 3-5 with losses to programs like Loyola, St. Anthony and Cypress. Courtemarche hopes that these kinds of challenges only serve to help Los Alamitos be prepared for Sunset League play when it starts in early January. “From a player standpoint, I think it gives them a good measuring tool of where they were and where we can be,” he said. “From a coaching standpoint, our league is pretty tough and hopefully playing those teams gives me an idea of what we need to work on. “Each time we play these top-notch teams we’re making progress.” The Griffins will get a chance to hone in on those areas for improvement this next month with the meat of their non-league schedule behind them. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]Courtemarche listed those areas: “Moving the ball; when a team tries to take us out of what we’re doing being able to make basketball plays; attacking the rim; it’d be nice if we hit some shots; from a defensive standpoint, recognizing personnel.”
13 Dec 18
Press Telegram
BELLFLOWER — Los Alamitos boys basketball’s tough start to the season continued on Wednesday with a 66-48 loss to Loyola. Everett May led the Griffins with 13 points, while David Olcomendy scored 12. The Griffins were, in a word, out-manned. Loyola is one of the best teams in the area and feature a senior forward, James Keefe, who is Stanford-bound after this season. It was clear the Griffins weren’t prepare for the intensity from the outset, falling behind 18-7 after the first quarter. Loyola employed a stifling press that forced Los Alamitos into some ill-advised passes that were frequently intercepted or so errant they sailed out of bounds. Loyola delivered a deflating punch at the end of the first half when Mason Butler hit a half-court shot to give the Cubs a 42-17 halftime lead. This frustrated the Griffins, but not so much that they stopped giving effort. Los Al dove on loose balls and scrambled back in transition after a turnover or miss. On one of those Loyola fastbreaks, senior guard MicGuire Monson got in position to take charge, drawing an excited reaction from his head coach. The Griffins fought back to get within 14 in the waning minutes, albeit with the back-of-the-rotation players on the court for both teams. “Tonight was an opportunity against a quality team to compete, and for the most part I thought we did,” head coach Eddie Courtemarche said. “Towards the end of the second quarter I think we lost some of the fire and the passion. But that last group, even down a lot, took advantage of the opportunities to make a little dent.” It’s been a tough opening schedule for the Griffins, who are 3-5 with losses to programs like Loyola, St. Anthony and Cypress. Courtemarche hopes that these kinds of challenges only serve to help Los Alamitos be prepared for Sunset League play when it starts in early January. “From a player standpoint, I think it gives them a good measuring tool of where they were and where we can be,” he said. “From a coaching standpoint, our league is pretty tough and hopefully playing those teams gives me an idea of what we need to work on. “Each time we play these top-notch teams we’re making progress.” The Griffins will get a chance to hone in on those areas for improvement this next month with the meat of their non-league schedule behind them. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]Courtemarche listed those areas: “Moving the ball; when a team tries to take us out of what we’re doing being able to make basketball plays; attacking the rim; it’d be nice if we hit some shots; from a defensive standpoint, recognizing personnel.”
13 Dec 18
SCNG
BELLFLOWER — Los Alamitos boys basketball’s tough start to the season continued on Wednesday with a 66-48 loss to Loyola. Everett May led the Griffins with 13 points, while David Olcomendy scored 12. The Griffins were, in a word, out-manned. Loyola is one of the best teams in the area and feature a senior forward, James Keefe, who is Stanford-bound after this season. It was clear the Griffins weren’t prepare for the intensity from the outset, falling behind 18-7 after the first quarter. Loyola employed a stifling press that forced Los Alamitos into some ill-advised passes that were frequently intercepted or so errant they sailed out of bounds. Loyola delivered a deflating punch at the end of the first half when Mason Butler hit a half-court shot to give the Cubs a 42-17 halftime lead. This frustrated the Griffins, but not so much that they stopped giving effort. Los Al dove on loose balls and scrambled back in transition after a turnover or miss. On one of those Loyola fastbreaks, senior guard MicGuire Monson got in position to take charge, drawing an excited reaction from his head coach. The Griffins fought back to get within 14 in the waning minutes, albeit with the back-of-the-rotation players on the court for both teams. “Tonight was an opportunity against a quality team to compete, and for the most part I thought we did,” head coach Eddie Courtemarche said. “Towards the end of the second quarter I think we lost some of the fire and the passion. But that last group, even down a lot, took advantage of the opportunities to make a little dent.” It’s been a tough opening schedule for the Griffins, who are 3-5 with losses to programs like Loyola, St. Anthony and Cypress. Courtemarche hopes that these kinds of challenges only serve to help Los Alamitos be prepared for Sunset League play when it starts in early January. “From a player standpoint, I think it gives them a good measuring tool of where they were and where we can be,” he said. “From a coaching standpoint, our league is pretty tough and hopefully playing those teams gives me an idea of what we need to work on. “Each time we play these top-notch teams we’re making progress.” The Griffins will get a chance to hone in on those areas for improvement this next month with the meat of their non-league schedule behind them. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]Courtemarche listed those areas: “Moving the ball; when a team tries to take us out of what we’re doing being able to make basketball plays; attacking the rim; it’d be nice if we hit some shots; from a defensive standpoint, recognizing personnel.”
13 Dec 18
Sensible Nutrition

Hey all! Last week, I traveled to Sioux Falls, South Dakota to become a certified Profile coach. With hard work and determination, I passed! In my last post, I mentioned that I was going to give the Profile Reboot Reduce meal plan a try. Honestly, I failed miserably, but I accomplished what I set out […]

13 Dec 18
Exceptional Mom/Exceptional Child

There have been many things that have been exciting to see so far with Michael experiencing puberty-independence in how he organizes himself, his own opinion about things to an even greater degree than before, and his love of being around peers and sharing ups and downs with them. These are the good things. Then, sigh, […]

13 Dec 18

Hey, Momma!  You got up early to get your workout in, but your little one decided he should join you.  You set your toddler up with breakfast so you could push play, but your push-up looked like an awfully inviting horsey ride.  I feel your pain – and your pent up energy.  Sometimes if we […]

13 Dec 18
National Post

WACO, Texas — Kalani Brown scored 21 points, Juicy Landrum added 14 and third-ranked Baylor rolled to a 96-58 victory over Morehead State on Wednesday. Brown had 12 points in the first quarter to help Baylor (8-0) build a 32-16 lead on the way to its 26th straight home victory and 43rd win in a […]

13 Dec 18
WCCO | CBS Minnesota

Kenisha Bell scored 20 points, Destiny Pitts made four 3-pointers and added 14 points and No. 13 Minnesota remained undefeated with an 84-52 victory over Coppin State on Wednesday night.

13 Dec 18
WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

Temple is finalizing a contract to make Miami defensive coordinator Manny Diaz its next head coach, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on Wednesday. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because details of the deal were still being worked out. Diaz would replace Geoff Collins, who left […]

13 Dec 18
Intriguing Insights on business coach witham

Coaching for Success Coaching is probably the most efficient technique of boosting efficiency offered to supervisors, group leaders, and also associates. This article specifies coaching and details a procedure for effective coaching. Coaching Defined Coaching is probably the most reliable technique of raising performance readily available to managers, group leaders, and coworkers. If you want […]

13 Dec 18
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x6ys5lz” width=”480″ height=”270″] The Celtics won in overtime Wednesday night, but they probably didn’t need the extra five minutes. Boston snuck past the Washington Wizards 130-125 at Capital One Arena, but a decision by Brad Stevens late in the fourth quarter certainly led to some head scratching. Ahead 113-110 with 13 seconds left […]