The Warriors traded Bogut to Dallas last summer to help clear enough cap space to sign Kevin Durant. He appeared in 26 games for the Mavericks before being traded to Philadelphia as part of a deal for Nerlens Noel. He negotiated a buyout with the 76ers that allowed him to pursue a deal with a contending team.The Lakers finished 26-56 last season, but are likely to improve after drafting former UCLA star Lonzo Ball No. 2 overall and adding players such as Lopez and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The Lakers made a surprising addition to their roster on Monday, agreeing to a one-year veteran minimum deal with defensive stalwart Andrew Bogut.The Lakers add a key player for the 2015 champion Golden State Warriors to a front line that already includes former All-Star center Brook Lopez and 20-year-old Croatian Ivica Zubac.Bogut last appeared in a game for Cleveland in February. His stint there ended 58 seconds into his debut after he collided with the Miami Heat’s Okaro White and suffered a fractured left tibia. He missed the rest of the season, but he was reportedly medically cleared last weekend after he spent the summer rehabbing in his native Australia.Bogut, 32, was the No. 1 overall pick of the Milwaukee Bucks in 2005, and has averaged 10 points, 8.9 rebounds and 1.6 blocked shots in 11 seasons with Milwaukee, Golden State, Dallas and Cleveland. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe Lakers are among the league’s youngest teams. Bogut becomes one of the few veterans, joining Lopez, Corey Brewer and Luol Deng.Bogut previously played for Lakers coach Luke Walton when he was a Warriors assistant coach and, for 43 games, interim head coach from 2014-16.A more reliable rim protector than Lopez — who is known for his scoring — Bogut also fielded interest from the Minnesota Timberwolves, Boston Celtics and Cavaliers, according to a report retweeted by his agent, David Bauman. The deal is for a nonguaranteed $2.3 million, Bauman confirmed on Twitter.Bogut also gives the Lakers insurance against the health of Lopez. Lopez, 29, has been remarkably durable in recent years, appearing in at least 72 games four out of the past five seasons. However, he has dealt with back issues this summer that could cause him to miss part of the preseason.The Lakers are high on Zubac, their 2016 second-round draft pick, but he is short on experience, averaging just 16 minutes per game in 38 appearances last season as a rookie. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
CLEVELAND — If we’re being honest, the actual baseball played during the 2019 All-Star Game on Tuesday night wasn’t the most entertaining or exciting part of the multiple-day All-Star extravaganza near the shore of Lake Erie. And that’s OK. MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNThe game itself was fine. The American League beat the National League 4-3. The NL’s eighth-inning rally — the Senior Circuit cut the deficit to just 4-3 on a two-run single by Mets rookie Pete Alonso — fell short with the tying run on third and the go-ahead run at second. The biggest theme of the game was AL pitchers striking out a bunch of NL hitters, 16 of them, including three each by game MVP Shane Bieber, Liam Hendricks and Aroldis Chapman.Shane Bieber.That’s it.That’s the tweet.#AllStarGame | #RallyTogether pic.twitter.com/HAR8FjeYc6— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) July 10, 2019“We were nasty, man,” said Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman, who’s nursing a pectoral injury and didn’t pitch in the game. “It was a nice little win for the AL.”Turned out that Joey Gallo’s solo home run in the seventh inning, a line-drive that gave the AL a three-run cushion, was pretty darn important. In a season that’s been defined by incredible home run numbers, that was one of only two baseballs to sneak over the fence in the Midsummer Classic. Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon — who had been 0-for-8 in his first three All-Star Games — homered in the sixth and got the goose egg off the scoreboard for the NL, which he admitted was a nice feeling. ‘Yeah! I mean, I felt like I contributed for the first time,” Blackmon told SN with a grin. “I wish I could have done something in that next at-bat, but it was still fun to be out there.”That “next at-bat” was in the seventh, when he struck out with the bases loaded, immediately before Alonso delivered his RBI base knock. He wasn’t the only NL hitter to flail helplessly against AL hurlers, of course. We already mentioned the 16 strikeouts.The contrast between Monday night’s frenetic Home Run Derby — Vlad Guerrero Jr. hit 91 homers himself, Alonso won the title and the eight guys combined to hit 312 homers — and Tuesday’s All-Star Game was hard to ignore. But, again, that’s OK. A record 91 bombs. 20 years old. 60 seconds 😳#PLAKATA 💥 | #LetsGoBlueJays pic.twitter.com/nlc0kBhUel— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) July 9, 2019The game’s an exhibition, a celebration of the sport. And to that extent, the week’s worth of events was mission accomplished in Cleveland. The excitement in the city, which did a fantastic job hosting, was hard to ignore, too. The Play Ball Park events were packed with families and kids — side note to MLB: Make this a traveling show that moves around the country and promotes the game, please —and the support inside the stadium was outstanding, too. Raucous cheers erupted anytime one of the hometown players did anything remotely good Tuesday night. Again, if we’re being honest, Bieber was probably given the MVP largely because the roars that increased with each of his three strikeouts in the fifth inning were, by far, the loudest of the game. Together, we stand #CookieStrong. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/1wmFn6KEYK— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) July 10, 2019BENDER: Shane Bieber gave hometown fans a thrill on way to All-Star MVPThe Stand Up To Cancer moment, when Cleveland teammates Bieber, Francisco Lindor, Carlos Santana and manager Terry Francona joined Carlos Carrasco — who just announced that he has leukemia — was chill-inducing.“It was a message,” Lindor said. “It was a message to let him know, ‘We stand up for you. We will be next to you, as a team and as a family. We are next to you. We’re right there for you.’ And that’s all that matters. We all believe in him, we all believe that he’s gonna kick cancer’s butt, and he’ll be fine.” pic.twitter.com/GT1hVOwjDb— Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) July 9, 2019And then there was Mike Trout running onto the field wearing uniform No. 45 in tribute to Tyler Skaggs, his Angels teammate who died suddenly and shockingly at 27 years old when the team was in Dallas to play the Rangers recently. Tommy La Stella, the other Angels All-Star, wore Skaggs’ No. 45, too. Another unforgettable moment that was more important than the actual baseball played in this exhibition — one no longer tied to home-field advantage in the World Series, thankfully — that was a celebration of the sport. And that’s exactly what happened this week, a worthy celebration.
Players voiced their anger on social media; some were upset at the overall rating while others had complaints in specific areas.’MADDEN NFL 20′: List of top players at each positionWhile I’m sure several players feel they deserved a 99 overall rating, that special club was reserved for just four stars: Aaron Donald, DeAndre Hopkins, Khalil Mack and Bobby Wagner. There are 72 players with a 90-or-above rating, including seven quarterbacks, eight running backs and 12 receivers. Kyler Murray took the top spot for rookie quarterbacks with a 73 overall rating, followed by Dwayne Haskins (72) and Daniel Jones (63).But enough breakdowns, let’s take a look at how players reacted to their rating.MORE: Explaining 5 odd traits from Madden 20 player ratingsGiants players#Madden20 ratings are here 🚨We revealed the @eamaddenNFL ratings to our guys and you don’t want to miss their reactions 😂 pic.twitter.com/vB3L8XXGit— New York Giants (@Giants) July 15, 2019Bills playersThe #Madden20 ratings have arrived. @TreWhite16 and @Micah_Hyde have some thoughts… 😂Check out our @EAMaddenNFL team ratings: https://t.co/z5mjtBG1Rq pic.twitter.com/O7bd4Kw1SO— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) July 15, 2019Keenan Allensafe to say Keenan isn’t happy with his Madden rating 😂 pic.twitter.com/vZwn4ZNeZl— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) July 15, 2019DeMarcus LawrenceHOLD UP @EAMaddenNFL you not just going to disrespeck me like that with an 89 and get away with it….PUT. SOME. RESPECK. ON. https://t.co/ndDkGvo7gx.UNTIL THEN COWBOYS NATION IS ON MADDEN STRIKE! RT @dallascowboys Nation show em we ain’t playin bih. pic.twitter.com/okVXyooI3l— DeMarcus Lawrence (@TankLawrence) July 15, 2019Takkarist McKinley78.. @EAMaddenNFLLol I can’t be that weak 😂— Takkarist McKinley (@Takk) July 15, 2019Kyle Van NoyGood thing I don’t play madden or I’d be mad with my 77 rating 😂😂😂 !— Kyle Van Noy (@KVN_03) July 15, 2019Eric EbronMadden on that Bull 💩 I see..— Eric Ebron (@Ebron85) July 15, 2019Damarious Randall86 on madden 🤦🏾♂️— Damarious Randall (@RandallTime) July 15, 2019Jalen RamseyGod’s Child 🙏🏾.. through it all, He continues to bless me & for that, I want to let his light shine through me! He gets all the glory!! Thank you! Have a great day & year! https://t.co/OzZVJfNR2T— Jalen Ramsey (@jalenramsey) July 15, 2019Adrian AmosPeople worried about their overall rating on madden I just be tryna find out what my speed rating is every year so I can put myself at Kick and punt return 😂— Adrian Amos (@_SmashAmos31) July 15, 2019Marshon LattimoreLol https://t.co/ZExNcAdb0Q— Marshon Lattimore (@shonrp2) July 15, 2019Anthony LevineI don’t even play madden or videos so I can really careless about it….BUT my son do sooo @EAMaddenNFL I’m faster than that an get my rating up IM A DAWG!!— Co Cap™️ (@ALevine41) July 15, 2019Budda BakerWhat’s a brotha gotta do to get his strength up in madden?? I mean i had 100 plus tackles last year in only 14 games hahaha @EAMaddenNFL— Budda Baker (@buddabaker32) July 15, 2019Taylor LewanI recently found out that I’m only a 81 rating on @EAMaddenNFL I don’t play the game but I do feel extremely disrespected.. I will not forget this #NoBadDaysStill— Taylor Lewan (@TaylorLewan77) July 15, 2019Donnel PumphreyHow the hell is Carson Wentz a 82 ? & don’t tell me because injuries … https://t.co/OALm0IZu0T— Donnel Pumphrey Jr. (@Pumphrey6K) July 15, 2019Adrian PhillipsDawg Madden is hilarious 😂they gotta do this on purpose— Adrian Phillips (@Phillips_17) July 15, 2019Quandre Diggs77? pic.twitter.com/W3prPx7ugf— Nino (@qdiggs6) July 15, 2019Don’t follow me now @EAMaddenNFL we ain’t got NOTHING to talk about!— Nino (@qdiggs6) July 15, 2019Kenny Moore😂 @EAMaddenNFL silly goose you. That was funny but put the real ratings up now!— Kenny Moore II (@KennyKennyMoe3) July 15, 2019Darius SlayOnce again madden u disappointed me🤦🏾♂️ https://t.co/Pzhh7Xo3e6— Darius Slay (@_bigplayslay23) July 15, 2019 EA Sports has released its player ratings database for “Madden NFL 20,” and several NFL stars aren’t too pleased with their virtual selves.If you’re new to Madden, every player is given a rating: 99 is the highest, 0 is the lowest. The rating is based on several factors including speed, strength, awareness and position-specific traits such as throw power, catching, tackling, etc. Most players feel like they’re the best at their position, so naturally several of them were upset with their “Madden NFL 20” ratings when they were released.
Meanwhile, Lindor stood outside the batter’s box looking at the crowd and was obviously upset.“As soon as I hit it, I knew it was headed to somebody,” Lindor said, via Cleveland.com. “I hit it hard. I got over on the ball. It stinks. Related News Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor is begging for MLB teams to extend protective netting after his foul ball hit a little boy Sunday.While facing off against the Royals at Progressive Field, Lindor fouled a 92 mph pitch behind the Royals’ dugout and into the crowd in the sixth inning. Immediately afterward, a man was seen sprinting up the stairs with a small child in his arms. Corey Kluber injury update: Indians ace (broken arm) ramps up mound work “I encourage every MLB team to put the nets all the way down (to the foul pole). I know it’s all about the fans’ experience to interact with the players. I completely get that. You want to have that interaction with the players, getting autographs and stuff. But at the end of the day, we want to make sure everybody comes out of the game healthy. We’ve got to do something about it.“Everybody feels bad. If we can put the nets a little farther down, it would be a a lot better.”While the team didn’t release any further information on the incident, Lindor said he tracked down where the child was being treated to make sure he was going to be all right.“He’s in the hospital right now,” Lindor said. “I came over immediately and tried to find out where he was. The paramedics were checking him here.”Once I got out of the game, they let me know that he’s doing OK. He’s doing good. He’s in the hospital getting checked out. He’s talking and answering questions and his eyes look good. That’s a good sign. Hopefully, every test they run on him comes back good. MLB wrap: Dodgers shut out Marlins, complete sweep MLB trade rumors: Padres ‘most serious’ suitor for Trevor Bauer “You don’t want that to happen to anybody, especially a little kid.”According to Lindor, the boy is 3 years old.So far, six MLB teams have extended the protective netting farther down the foul lines since 2018. However, more people have been hit with foul balls beyond the netting, including a little girl at an Astros-Cubs game in May.
The triple score of Mirza Teletović during the game with Lithuania was announced as the craziest basketball score of the continental championships.We recall the words of the commentator Edin Avdić related to Mirza’s triple, when he said “from parking”. 1164 visitors of the official FIBA website have voted for the B&H representative. Bojan Bogdanović took second place with 254 votes.Besides Teletović and Bogdanović, in competition for the craziest basketball score of continental championships were Chih-Shan Hun from Taiwan, Antoine Diot from France, Georgian George Tsintsadze, Chun Wai Wong from Hong Kong, Akeem Scott from Jamaica, representative of Qatar Jarvis Hayes, Mamadou Ndoye from Senegal and Domen Lorbek from Slovenia.(Source: Klix.ba)
A member of the combat sports Fovorit B&H from Bihać, Ibrahim Velić will appear on the worlds cup of the A class in kick box in Szeged (Hungary), from 15th until 18th May. Together with Ajla Vojić, Sanja Samardžić and Mujo Šušnjara, he will attempt to achieve the result which will bring him the call in the representation of B&H.“After two years of workout, I achieved my place in the kick box scene in the region” said Velić for FENAAgency.This 19 year old fighter had 27 matches from which he won 20. Velić is the last year junior champion, which confirmed his quality in this year also, where he won his rival in the full contact and low kick disciplines.According to the trainer Rinaldo Pikoloti, Velić is a fighter who promises and who is consistent in all segments of training processes, and the discipline is the key thing which will make him successful.(Source: Fena)
UEFA published a video of the Champions League Trophy Tour in BiH on its official Facebook page.The trophy was presented in the lobby of the City Hall, and one of the ambassador’s of this year’s tour is Spanish footballer Luis Garcia, who came in Sarajevo together with a cup.The best details from Sarajevo UEFA is presented in the video. Thus, all football fans who visit the site of the top European home of football will have the opportunity to take a look at the atmosphere at the presentation of trophy, but also to enjoy the beautiful scenes from the capital of BiH.After Sarajevo and Tuzla, Champions League Trophy will be presented in Derventa on the 11th of October, and in Bihac on the 14th and 15th of October.Take a look at the video.(Source: faktor.ba)
Representatives of the Football Association of BiH held a meeting with the famous Turkish coach Fatih Terim in Istanbul, and he is one of the candidates for the selector of the National football team of BiH.“We are searching for a selector and Terim is one of the top five coaches in the world and BiH wants him for a selector. We will see what will happen. We will think about it. We have a very good national team, but we do not have a selector at the moment,” said former football player of BiH, Tarik Hodzic, who was the mediator in negotiations.Terim stated that he had a very constructive conversation with the delegation of the Football Association of BiH.When asked if they reached a specific agreement, Terim stated that the public will be informed if that happens.In the Delegation of the Commission for the appointment of the new selector of the National football team of BiH were also Zvjezdan Misimovic and Sead Kajtaz.At the proposal of the Commission, the members of the Executive Board of the AF BiH will chose the selector on a session that is scheduled for December 21. So far, the main candidates for the successor of Mehmed Bazdarevic are Robert Prosinecki and Amar Osim.(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)
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Thank you for your input. +15 Vote up Vote down Southerner · 388 weeks ago Don’t mess with the South Report Reply 0 replies · active 388 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down Sam · 388 weeks ago Don’t think about crossing through Sumner Ct and do a crime. Don’t think about coming to Sumner Ct to do a crime. We are on our toes. You blooming idiot. Report Reply 1 reply · active 388 weeks ago +16 Vote up Vote down Live on same road · 388 weeks ago I am just glad the farmer didnt use an assult rifle or we would never hear the end of it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 388 weeks ago +22 Vote up Vote down Kansan · 388 weeks ago Good for the homeowner! He made sure he wasn’t another victim or statistic. We need more people like him! Report Reply 3 replies · active 387 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down NoName · 388 weeks ago I am very proud of the Farmer! But don’t try and make everyone who lives in Sumner County out be another Ted Nugent. People EVERYWHERE should be on their toes these days! And Yes I am for the south but gave up that fight when I graduated high school and realized there were better things to do and spend time thinking about. Report Reply 0 replies · active 388 weeks ago +10 Vote up Vote down Just Saying… · 388 weeks ago Kansas was a free state and a part of the north. However, I believe the farmer was justified in what he did to protect himself and others. Just pointing out that fact about Kansas. Report Reply 2 replies · active 388 weeks ago -16 Vote up Vote down Bob · 388 weeks ago He was wanted for drug crimes…which can be anything from drug lord to a little bit of weed in his pocket, what was the farmer scared of? Maybe he didn’t want his stash stolen. lol but seriously if i read this right : (The farmer arrived at that home and found it to be secure and learned no one was home. A check of the outbuildings led the farmer to the suspect and the fatal shot was fired. ) He was trying to hide and the farmer should have called the law NO ONE was home and the man ran from him so I’m sure he wasn’t in danger!! we cant have people shooting people unless someone is in danger….I’m sure this wont be a popular post here in Fox News central Report Reply 11 replies · active 387 weeks ago +9 Vote up Vote down Tired of Crime · 388 weeks ago It’s to bad for the loss of life, but the (I’ll be nice) ‘suspect’ made his own choice. Crime does not pay at any level. If a few more of these kinds of situations were made public nationwide then maybe crime would be less. However since a shotgun was used then this will probably start the liberals on a craze of no assault weapons and shotguns. I am so thankful that the farmer did not use a rolling pin on the suspect. Because then they would be outlawed also. Just think no more homemade pies, bread, etc. “Choot em all Bubba”. Report Reply 0 replies · active 388 weeks ago -19 Vote up Vote down Another Farmer · 388 weeks ago When the farmer said this and then pursued him and then fatalily shot the man he took the law into his own hands. The farmer should have backed off and let the authoritys do their job instead of killing the man. Just before 5 p.m., the farmer who would later fire the fatal shot, saw the man coming up the road near the farmer’s home. He approached the suspect and told him to wait there for authorities. The suspect fled on foot and the farmer attempted to follow him in a vehicle. At that point, the farmer saw that the man was headed to a residence owned by relatives of the farmer. The farmer arrived at that home and found it to be secure and learned no one was home. A check of the outbuildings led the farmer to the suspect and the fatal shot was fired. Kerwin Spencer will not be in office long if he does not press charges. Now Mr ***** is trying to change his story to make sure he cant be charged. Report Reply 9 replies · active 387 weeks ago -9 Vote up Vote down Nonya · 388 weeks ago Let’s just get rid of all law officers and just give everyone a gun that would be swell Report Reply 0 replies · active 388 weeks ago 12345Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow and Shane Farley, Newscow.ne â€” The Sumner County Sheriff’s Office has identified Joseph Lamasters of Creston, Iowa as the man who was shot and killed in Sumner County, Monday afternoon after he allegedly threatened a farmer and his 17-year-old son.According to Creston Police reports, Lamasters, 41, of 400 N. Walnut St. was charged in a major drug bust which had occurred in Union County, about 70 miles southwest of Des Moines, Iowa on March 2, 2012. He was one of 13 arrested in a narcotic investigation brought on by five Iowa drug agencies. He was arrested for delivery of methamphetamine, failure to affix a valid Iowa drug stamp tax and possession of methamphetamine, according to a Creston (Iowa) News Advertiser report.It was unknown why Lamasters was in Kansas Monday that resulted in his death when a Sumner County farmer shot and killed Lamasters following an incident Monday that began on the Kansas Turnpike.Around 5:30 p.m., Monday an unidentified farmer confronted the suspect, who was hiding in an outbuilding at a residence near the 800 block of E. 140th St. South, north of South Haven.The farmer was armed with a shotgun.â€œThe suspect was in the barn and basically attacked the farmer, cussed at him and said Iâ€™m going to kill you,â€ sheriff Darren Chambers said to Newscow.net on Monday. â€œThe farmer, with his son there as a witness, felt in fear of his life and used deadly force to protect himself.â€Sumner County Attorney Kerwin Spencer told Sumner Newscow Tuesday morning his office will not be making charges at this time on an incident which occurred late Monday afternoon involving a Sumner County farmer.“The Sheriff contacted me by phone at 6 to 6:15 (Monday) evening and invited me to come out to the scene,” Spencer said. “After briefing me on the situation, I didn’t feel it was necessary for me to go to the scene. I only go to the scene if I feel charges need to be filed.”The suspect had been the subject of an extensive search earlier in the day when he failed to pay his toll on the Kansas Turnpike and authorities learned he was wanted.Chambers told KSN-TV, that authorities began searching for Lamasters around noon Monday when he left his ID at the south terminal of the Kansas Turnpike. Troopers said he was a lane runner which means someone not paying his turnpike fee.He was not armed at the time of the incident, Chambers said.His vehicle, which later was determined to be stolen, was recovered along the turnpike. Chambers thinks that the man may have run out of gas.Authorities assumed the man fled and launched a search, which included air support from highway patrol aircraft.Landowners in the area were alerted by authorities, who went door to door with information about the suspect, Chambers said. An ID the suspect left behind, led to the discovery he was wanted on drug charges in Iowa and had been known to carry weapons with him in the past – thus creating the potential he was armed and dangerous.Authorities suspended their search around 3 p.m. Monday when they couldnâ€™t locate the suspect.â€œA lot of times these people will wait until itâ€™s dark, steal a car and weâ€™ll find it a couple days later in Texas,â€ Chambers said. â€œThis guy didnâ€™t wait and he got spotted.â€Just before 5 p.m., the farmer, who had been out burning off hedgerow, noticed the suspicious man.The man who fired off the fatal shot told authorities, that he saw the man coming up the road near the farmerâ€™s home. He approached the suspect and told him to wait there for authorities.The suspect fled on foot and the farmer attempted to follow him in a vehicle. At that point, the farmer saw that the man was headed to a residence owned by relatives of the farmer.The farmer arrived at that home and found it to be secure and learned no one was home. A check of the outbuildings led the farmer to the suspect and the fatal shot was fired.The body of Lamasters was removed from the rural property under the direction of the county coroner and underwent an autopsy Tuesday in Wichita.Authorities were en route to the scene at the time the shooting occurred.The Sheriff and Attorney then conferred with one another and determined no charges will be filed.
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