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FIBA World Cup 2019: Hawks’ Trae Young leaves Team USA camp with ‘minor injury’

first_imgTrae Young has to leave Team USA camp because of a minor eye infection, sources said. He’d been playing well on the Select Team last few days.As an aside with De’Aaron Fox already promoted to senior team, I’m looking forward to Select coach Jeff Van Gundy playing some PG today— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) August 8, 2019Young averaged 19.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 8.1 assists per game in 81 appearances for Atlanta in his rookie season. While he did get off to a slow start in 2018-19, he averaged 24.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 9.2 assists per contest in the final 23 games of the year. Trae Young announced Thursday he is ending his time at Team USA’s minicamp to deal with a “minor injury.”Young, who was part of the select team, addressed the issue on social media, but didn’t go into specifics about his injury.  LeBron James organizing Lakers minicamp to help team bond, report says “It is with deep sadness that I have to leave USA Basketball Minicamp to deal with a minor injury,” Young wrote. “Although I look forward to seeing Coach (Gregg) Popovich and the Team bring home the Gold this summer, I feel it is most important for me at this moment in my career to focus on my health for the NBA season with the Atlanta Hawks. Finally, I want to thank USA basketball and I look forward to hopefully having another opportunity in the future!”ESPN later reported the second-year Hawks guard has an eye infection. Related Newscenter_img Carmelo Anthony rejected by USA Basketball in bid to join team for FIBA World Cup Atlanta finished 12th in the Eastern Conference last season with a 29-53 record and missed the playoffs. But, the 2019 NBA Draft brought the team top prospects in De’Andre Hunter and Cam Reddish, giving the Hawks one of the more promising young cores in the league.Team USA also lost Celtics guard Marcus Smart “indefinitely” due to tightness in his calf. He’ll be re-evaluated next week.last_img read more

Several Sumner County athletes will be competing this weekend at state track meet

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Several Sumner County athletes will be competing at Wichita State University this weekend at the high school track meet, the largest high school participatory state sporting event in Kansas. All classifications will be competing at Cessna Stadium starting Friday and going through Saturday.Wellington qualified in five events — fewer than it has had in recent years.Conway Springs has 11 athletes qualified in Class 3A. Caldwell also has 11 competing in Class 1A.Schools from across Kansas competed in regionals last weekend, and the top four in each event moved on to the state meet.Jessica Heidel of Belle Plaine may have the best chance of any Sumner County athlete to come home with medals. She is qualified in three events. She has the second best distance in 3A in the long jump and triple jump and the fifth best time in the 100 meters.Also in 3A, MaKayla Hollis of Conway Springs, has the second best height in the pole vault.Lucas Schafer of Conway Springs has the second best height in the high jump, and fifth best in pole vault in boys 3A.In Class 2A, Kaleb Hunt of Oxford has the second best high jump in this class. He is also qualified in the 200 run and 110 hurdles.In Class 1A Caldwell has a lot of athletes, but only Shelby Schmidt in the 200, has a top five qualifying time.There are 16 in each event, and anything can happen at the state meet.Friday is usually the track qualifying round, with finals Saturday. The 100 meters’ qualifying is held Saturday morning and the finals that afternoon. Field events start Friday and continue Saturday.Here is a complete list of Sumner County athletes qualified for the state meet, along with their times and distances in the regionals.Class 4AWellingtonGirls 4×100 relay:51.99. (Taylor McGlothlin, Jaycee Schettler, Dietra Sober, Camryn Ricke 9, Taryn Stoddard, Sierra Rademacher). Only four run but six are qualified.Girls 400:Taylor McGlothlin, 1:01.18Girls pole vault:Shelby McNamara, 8-00Boys pole vault:Matthew Mason, 11-00Lukas Soria, 11-00.Class 3AConway Springs, Belle PlaineGirls 4×100Conway Springs: 51.96. (Jera Wolke, Madelyn Koester, Makenzie Curry, MaKayla Hollis, Emma Barkley).Girls 4×400Conway Springs, 4:21.63(Makenzie Curry, Emma Barkley, Kayla Koester, Madelyn Koester, Lacey Pauly)Girls 3200Devyn Smith, Belle Plaine, 12:51.07Girls pole vaultMaKayla Hollis, Conway Springs, 10-06.00Abagail Heimerman, Conway Springs, 9-06.00Girls triple jumpJessica Heidel, Belle Plaine, 36-07.50Boys triple jumpLucas Shaffer, Conway Springs, 43-00.50Girls shot putAlicia Carter, Conway Springs,  38-04.75Kenzie Biehler, Conway Springs, 37-00.50Miranda Huff, Conway Springs, 35-03.00Boys JavelinMason Misak, Conway Springs, 161-07      Girls long jumpJessica Heidel, Belle Plaine,  17-00.00Boys high jumpLucas Shaffer, Conway Springs,  6-04.00Girls JavelinSkylar Misak, Conway Springs, 124-10Alicia Carter, Conway Springs, 118-01    Girls 100Jessica Heidel, Belle Plaine,  12.98Class 2AOxfordBoys 110 hurdles, Oxford, 16.65Boys 200Kaleb Hunt, Oxford, 23.98Boys high jumpKaleb Hunt, Oxford, 6-02.00Class 1ASouth Haven, Caldwell and ArgoniaBoys 110 hurdlesJordan Schmidt, Caldwell, 17.93Girls 4×100Caldwell, 52.69(Emberly Blake, Suzann Hagar, Tylyn Ward, Hanna Stuewe, Shelby Schmidt, Madeline May)Boys 4×100Caldwell, 46.22(Dakota Volavka, Justin Brown, Colten Ward, Ross Kuehny, Jordan Schmidt, Jalen Risley)South Haven, 47.30(Dallas Anderson, Zach Bacon, Alex Nicholson, Zachariah Pounds, Garrett Bacon, Lucas Cully)Girls 400Suzann Hagar, Caldwell, 1:02.39Boys 400Colten Ward, Caldwell   52.86Seth Hemberger, Argonia  54.04Girls 200Shelby Schmidt, Caldwell   48.67Boys 300 hurdlesJordan Schmidt, Caldwell   44.09Girls 200Jennifer Grado-Leon, South Haven   28.30Boys 200Seth Hemberger, Argonia   25.17Girls 4×400Caldwell    4:27.03(Suzann Hagar, Tylyn Ward, Hanna Stuewe, Shelby Schmidt, Madeline May, Paytn Dvorak)      Boys 4×400Caldwell  3:41.70(Colten Ward, Ross Kuehny, Dakota Volavka, Justin Brown, Adrian Arnett, Jalen Risley)South Haven   4:40.44(Dallas Anderson, Alex Nicholson, Zach Bacon, Zachariah Pounds, Ryan Ingram, Lucas Cully)Boys 3200Zach Haxton, Argonia   11:38.13Rustin Blaylock, South Haven   11:39.58Jaryn Halling, Caldwell  11:43.40Boys pole vaultDakota Volavka, Caldwell  9-06.00Girls 100Jennifer Grado-Leon, South Haven   13.34last_img read more

Former Indian cricketer feels this player is our best spin bowler – not R…

first_imgImage Courtesy: PTIAdvertisement 3zg8zwqNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsavjhsWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E5tl6( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) sq0Would you ever consider trying this?😱bvucCan your students do this? 🌚64gRoller skating! Powered by Firework Following the disastrous conclusion of the New Zealand tour- several questions have been raised on the form of the batting order of Team India. On the other hand, the bowlers did a comparatively better job- Ishant Sharma picking a gfive wicket haul, Jasprit Bumrah ending his wicket drought and of course, the triple strike from Ravichandran Ashwin in the first Test at Basin Reserve. The veteran stalwart is revered as one of the greatest spinners in the world, but retired international Dilip Doshi has brought in another name. The former leg spinner believes its not Ashwin, but India’s best spin bowler is Ravindra Jadeja!Advertisement Image Courtesy: PTIJadeja, who is set to return to international duty in the upcoming 3 match One Day International series against South Africa starting tomorrow, was not allowed by BCCI to take part in the currently ongoing Ranji Trophy final between Saurashtra and Bengal.Dilip Doshi, who secured over 100 wickets in his Test cricket career spanning 33 matches, has put his fellow Gujarati all rounder over the rest of his compatriots in the spin bowling department.Advertisement In a recent interview with Times of India, Doshi hailed Jadeja over Ashwin, the latter whom he thinks hasn’t had much improvement in the recent years.“I still think Jadeja is the best spinner in this side. Ashwin has not improved over the years.” Doshi told reporters.Advertisement Since his international debut back in 2009, Jadeja has earned 49 Test and 165 ODI wickets. In the stunning 5-0 T20 win over the Kiwis last month, he earned 4 wickets, and also secured 2 in the ODI series.Ashwin on the other hand, has fallen down the selection order in limited overs cricket, making his last ODI and T20 appearances in 2017. While acknowledging the 33 year old’s composure with the ball, Doshi feels Ashwin hasn’t reached the level he was supposed to.The 72 year old continued: “I agree he (Ashwin) is steady, but I feel he has not improved to a level where he should have been for whatever reason it may be.” Jadeja will join up with the Men in Blue to take on the Proteas in the ODI series starting this Thursday in Dharamshala.Also read-Read the hilarious social media banter between RCB teammates AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli Advertisementlast_img read more