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Old 11-24-2015, 09:16 PM   #49
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Taylor Makes Most of Minutes
Gets another double-double to add to impressive start
By Johnson Peoples last updated Feburary 6th, 2015


Taylor is seen here sending back Reggie Jackson's shot

Taylor came off the bench late in the first quarter and didn't waste any time to score his first bucket of the game. That attitude and tone that he set would carry him for the rest of the time in was in this game against Oklahoma City. It was the second game in a row for the Pelicans against Oklahoma City and it would end similar, with a loss. However, this time it was not the blowout that it was last time and New Orleans would only lose by 10.

Last year's MVP, Kevin Durant, would lead the charge against the Pelicans by scoring 32 points and grabbing 11 rebounds for a double-double. He did all this with 4 in the first half and only picked up 1 foul in the second half and still played 40 minutes. Serge Ibaka would add in 31 of his own points to help out the Thunder cause.

The front court is what held it down for New Orleans combining for a total of 50 points (Davis 21, Asik 15, Taylor 14) each of those men also grabbed a significant number of rebounds (Davis 9, Asik 7, Taylor 13). With such talent in the post many experts are wondering if New Orleans will look to shop one of their centers. Asik is the current starter and has the starting spot locked for now but undrafted rookie James Taylor has been on a tear and just earned his second 10 day contract. He also has obtained a double-double in the past two games he has played in, showing he is a spark coming off the bench.

Taylor's Stats
16 MIN, 14 PTS, 13 REB, 1 AST, 2 BLK, 1 TO, 6-8 FG, 2-3 FT, 7 OR, 102 +/-

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[IMGalign=left]http://i.imgur.com/8Z9Swzc.png[/IMGalign] Treyvon2k - 12 minutes ago
That was a weak loss man. We'll be back in the next game, @James, u guys gonna be ready or what??? I know u got more in the tank than that.


[IMGalign=left]http://i.imgur.com/B498zWC.png[/IMGalign] Crawford901 - 20 minutes ago
Can't believe I'm saying this, but maybe @James needs to be reigned in a little. Someone's gotta take some responsibility for these losses, and I think it's gotta be him.

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Old 11-26-2015, 02:45 AM   #50
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2016 MIAMI REDHAWKS SCHEDULE & RESULTS






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Miami notches their first MAC win of 2015 against Central Michigan

The Miami RedHawks have recorded their first MAC win of the 2015 season with a 38-35 defeat over Central Michigan this afternoon in Oxford. The win comes as Miami’s first over the Chippewa’s in over three years; their last meeting ended in a 34-27 loss.

This one was an absolute shootout for both teams as they combined for 1101 total offense yards, 1126 in total. A key third-down conversion catch by Rokeem Williams and a late field goal attempt Kaleb Patterson sealed the victory for Miami who now moves on with their second straight win after taking a 39-33 victory last week against Western Kentucky.

“They came out extremely aggressive with their pass attack, we had to respond or else we would’ve been out of it before it even started,” offensive coordinator James Houston stated.

Austin Gearing continued up on his impressive season with another career topping game, last week he threw for 356 yards, this week it was 367 and four touchdowns.

“His success is coming from pure hard work,” head coach Chuck Martin stated. “The fact that he went from seriously considering changing positons to d-end to now nearly leading the nation in passing yards is truly amazing.”

Gearing’s 10 touchdowns ranks in the nation’s top 20 while his 1501 passing yards through just five games comes in at #3 amongst all quarterbacks.

“It’s a dream come true,” he says. “I’ve been waiting for my time to come here for quite a while and now that it’s here even I can’t believe it’s going this good. Like I said, it’s a dream come true.”

Gearing’s first touchdown was a 23 yarder to Sam Martin to the first quarter. That was then followed up by a two yard dump pass to Spencer McInnis before he ended the half with a wild nine yard throw to his tight end Mark Lewis to tie the game at 21-21. His final touchdown pass was perhaps the best thanks to McInnis who took the screen straight to the end zone for 68 yards on the play.

McInnis, who replaced the injured Spencer Treadwell, was named player of the game with 221 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns. The junior halfback recorded 121 yards on the ground and 100 in the air in his first start of the season.

Senior tight end Orlando Davis also filled in a missing void of an injured teammate, Ryan Smith who’ll return next week, Davis tied McInnis in receptions with eight and 74 yards which ended up just ahead of Jared Murphy who hauled in seven passes for 78 yards.

With 10 tackles and a forced fumble, MLB Joe Donlan was the top player for the RedHawk’s defense who struggled to stop Central Michigan’s spread offense. Cornerback Heath Harding continued up on good play with eight tackles while fellow corner Marshall Taylor added his first pick of the season in the second quarter along with four tackles.

For the Chippewa’s, they heavily relied on the arm of Cooper Rush who threw a career high total of 470 yards on Miami. Along with the yardage, he distributed four touchdowns with just one interception – stats identical to our own Austin Gearing.

The quarterback got great production out of his receivers which was led by Corey Willis who tallied seven receptions for 143 yards and three of Rush’s four touchdowns. Joey Kroll added another 107 yards on his six grabs. Along with their superior passing effort, the Chippewa’s saw their halfback Saylor Lavallii rush for 103 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries.



“This Miami team seems to be headed in a much better direction,” CMU head coach John Bonamego said. “I applaud them for this victory, they’re doing a great job over there.”

Miami will attempt to push their conference record to 2-0 next week when they head out to (1-4) UMass in a contest scheduled to kickoff at 3:30 with regional broadcast coverage.




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Old 12-05-2015, 07:53 PM   #51
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Lillard comes through in the clutch as the Blazers top the Lakers
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Posted Nov. 22, 2015


MVP: Damian Lillard. Damian Lillard continued carrying the scoring load for the Portland Trail Blazers by pouring in a game high 21 points to go along with 10 assist and 4 rebounds. Lillard had a subpar shooting night (9-of-22), but he came up big with some crucial 4th quarter buckets for the Blazers.

LVP: Lou Williams. The reigning 6th man of the year put on a chuck-fest in his 16 minutes off the bench. Williams went a staggering 3-of-19 from the field including 1-of-12 from three to score just 9 points in the loss.

X-Factor: Mason Plumlee, Al-Farouq Aminu, and Gerald Henderson. With C.J. McCollum having a rough night, the Blazers free agent pickup picked up the slack. Henderson (14 Pts), Aminu ( 12 Pts and 12 Reb), and Plumlee ( 14 Pts and 10 Reb) combined for 40 points, 24 rebounds, and 8 assist.

Rookie Watch: D'Angelo Russell. The number two overall pick had a quiet but efficient outing against the Blazers. In 26 minutes, Russell finished with 12 points, 3 rebounds, and 4 assist on 5-of-9 shooting from the floor.

Injury Report: D'Angelo Russell. The number two overall pick had a quiet but efficient outing against the Blazers. In 26 minutes, Russell finished with 12 points, 3 rebounds, and 4 assist on 5-of-9 shooting from the floor.

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TEAM ROSTER
NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE
2018-19 SALARY
2
Lonzo Ball
PG 20 6-6 190
UCLA
$7,461,960
11
Michael Beasley
PF
29
6-9 235
Kansas State
$3,500,000
17
Issac Bonga
PG
18
6-8
180
-
$1,000,000
1
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
SG 25 6-5 205 Georgia
$12,000,000
4
Alex Caruso (Two-Way)
PG
24
6-5 186
Texas A&M
--
3
Josh Hart
SG 23
6-5 215
Villanova $1,655,160
14
Brandon Ingram
SF
21
6-9
190
Duke
$5,757,120
23
LeBron James
PF
33 6-8 250 -
$35,654,150
0
Kyle Kuzma
PF
23 6-9 220
Utah
$1,689,840
7
JaVale McGee
C
30
7-0
270 Nevada
$1,512,601
10
Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk SG
21 6-8 205
Kansas
$1,487,694
9
Rajon Rondo
PG
32
6-1 186
Kentucky
$9.000.000
6
Lance Stephenson
SF
28
6-6 230
Cincinnati
$4,449,000
15 Mortiz Wagner
C
21
6-11 245
Michigan
$1,762,080
21
Travis Wear (Two-Way)
PF
28 6-9
219 UCLA
--
40
Ivica Zubac
C
21
7-1
240
-
$1,544,951
Coach: Luke Walton

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TEAM ROSTER
NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE
2018-19 SALARY
2
Lonzo Ball
PG 20 6-6 190
UCLA
$7,461,960
6
Michael Beasley
PG 26
6-5 194 Missouri $12,500,000
0 Issac Bonga
C 28
6-11
270
Kentucky
$27,015,000
31
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
SF 27 6-9 215 Tennessee St.
$5,000,000
11
Alex Caruso
SG 38 6-5 195
Michigan
$1,005,000
9
Josh Hart
SG 25
6-3 218
Michigan St.
$1,020,680
20
Brandon Ingram
SG
20
6-4
180
Washington
$3,042,000
2
LeBron James
SF 31 6-8 226
$1,035,000
14 Kyle Kuzma
SF
21 6-9 190 Duke $5,076,000
21 JaVale McGee
PF 20 6-10 225 UCLA $1,088,000
7 Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk PF 25 6-9 230
Wyoming $2,027,800
3 Rajon Rondo
SF 22
6-8 230
SMU
$1,006,000
30 Lance Stephenson
PF
23
6-9 250 Kentucky $17,070,000
1 Mortiz Wagner
PG 22
6-5 195
Ohio State
$7,002,000
40 Travis Wear
C 21 7-1 240
$1,013,000
Coach: Luke Walton
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