#1 holes and swallows pucks up by jinshuiqian0713 17.11.2019 19:47

Louisville, KY - The apprentice gave the master a scare, but Rick Pitinos fourth-ranked Louisville Cardinals pulled away down the stretch and came away with a 68-57 win over UNC-Wilmington on Sunday. Kevin Keatts, an assistant under Pitino for three years before taking over at UNCW this season, had the Seahawks within two points with under seven minutes to play before the undefeated Cardinals answered with a game-sealing 10-2 run. Montrezl Harrell and Terry Rozier each poured in 19 points for Louisville (9-0), which atoned for its 1-for-13 showing from 3-point range by outscoring the Seahawks in the paint by a wide 46-26 margin. Harrell also pulled down a career-high 17 rebounds, while Freddie Jackson and Jordan Talley led UNCW (3-3) with 16 and 13 points, respectively. Chris Jones layup off a steal gave the Cardinals what appeared to be a comfortable 46-28 lead with 13:47 left in regulation, but a surprising 15-0 run by the Seahawks gave the underdogs hope. I felt like our guys felt like we could win the game with five minutes left in the game, Keatts said. Jackson scored six points during the surge, and Cedrick Williams hit a mid- range jumper to pull UNCW within 52-50 with 6:55 to play. Rozier stopped the run with a bucket inside, then added two free throws and a tip-in during the aforementioned 10-2 run. Talley cut the deficit to 62-54 with a jumper, but UNCW missed its next five to come up short. Really happy for coach Keatts, Pitino said. His team played with unbelievable heart and purpose. Its not easy coming into this type of environment and play as well as they did. Our team didnt play well because they made us not play well. The Seahawks had 11 days to rest up following the most lopsided win in school history -- a 105-47 drubbing of St. Andrews on Dec. 3. They had fresh legs early while Louisville missed nine of its first 10 shots. UNCW was in front, 16-15, following a Craig Ponder 3-pointer just past the midway point of the first half. Baskets were not that easy to come by the rest of the half, however, as the Cardinals scored 12 of the next 14 points. A Rozier free throw and dunk in the closing seconds gave Louisville a 32-24 halftime lead. Game Notes Pitino collected win No. 350 as Louisvilles head coach ... The Cardinals have won 34 straight games at home against non-conference opponents ... This was the first-ever meeting between these two programs. Chaussure Pas Cher Site Chinois . -- When the Los Angeles Kings are on top of their formidable defensive game, they revel in the silence they can create in a frustrated road arena. Air Max 270 Pas Cher . In question is whether 26-year-old Matt Frattin will be on it. A a€?mediocrea€? training camp, as Carlyle put it earlier this week, has Frattin lingering nervously on the bubble at the end of the exhibition season, pushed out of a likely job by Brandon Kozun, the small, but feisty winger determined to make the NHL for the first time. https://www.grossistechaussurepascher.fr...e-302a.html.com) - In the absence of Dwight Howard, Donatas Motiejunas had a career night to keep the Houston Rockets winning streak alive. Air Max 720 Soldes . -- Augusta James of Bath, Ont. Grossiste Chaussure Pas Cher . -- Arizona pitcher Bronson Arroyo is expected to miss a week to 10 days because of a back injury.Every night of the Stanley Cup playoffs, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan breaks down each goalies performance. Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers (4)- Did has he always does, gives the Rangers a chance to win a game. Outstanding on the penalty kill, as the Rangers were short eight times, he made big saves early on Brian Gionta backdoor and Daniel Briere in tight. He was really locked in as far as rebound control and exploding into pucks. His comfort level with the DEPTH of his game is always amazing to watch, as theres not much margin for error if hes deep on the play. He closes holes and swallows pucks up as good as anybody in tthe league.ddddddddddddThree big saves in OT show what hes capable of when the chips are on the line. Dustin Tokarski, Montreal Canadiens (3) - Very aggressive game, was explosive and played at the top of his crease quite often. It started early on with a big save on Marc Staal, continued good work in the second. As he made two, ten bell saves on Martin St. Louis and Derick Brassard respectively, allowed two breakaway goals to Carl Hagelin and Brassard. GWG was a great shot by St. Louis, but he looked to activate in the VH position early, and from a tough angle. He was a big reason why they even made it to OT, but came up short. ' ' '

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