Home Tags Player of the Week

Tag: Player of the Week

. . MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Liam Robbins had 18 points, nine rebounds and three blocks, and led a choking attempt from No.. 21 Minnesota in defense of No.. 17 Michigan State 81-56 on Monday night. Marcus Carr scored 19 points, handing out five assists for the Gophers (9-1, 2-1 Big Ten), who never left the sputtering Spartans behind and kept them at 25. 7% shoot (18 for 70) while beating 52-36. Off the bench for the first time this season, Aaron Henry had 11 points and three assists, both meager team highs, as the Spartans (6-3, 0-3) made their first 0-3 start in Big Ten 19 Years. Minnesota, the then no. 4 Iowa have faced and defeated consecutive opponents in the Associated Press poll on Friday for the first time since beating Michigan State and Purdue in the 2010 Big Ten tournament. The Gophers have five more games in a row against teams that are currently in the AP Top 25. Robbins, the 7-foot transfer from Drake, held up against Iowa star Luka Garza on Friday with 18 points, five rebounds and four blocks, finding more room to be 3-inch clear of Joey Hauser of Michigan to strip. Robbins hit a 3-pointer on the opening possession, mixed in a handful of successful soft hooks, and showed Both Gach his passing ability with a nifty high-low feed for a layup and a three-point play after a foul on Hauser gave the Gophers a 46-21 lead. Brandon Johnson, who made eight of nine 3-pointers against the Hawkeyes to fuel the 102-95 win in extra time, had nine points and seven rebounds. His outside shot went cold along with most of his teammates as the Gophers only shot 6 for 25 from 3 point range, but they did almost everything else well, with the guards jumping for long rebounds and charging for loose balls. The Spartans missed one. . .
. . Matthew Wright of the Phoenix Super LPG was the unanimous choice as PBA Player of the Week from November 9-15..
SOURCE: https://www.w24news.com/world-news-us-keeping-up-with-the-kardashians-finale-recap-11-12-20-season-19-episode-8-love-lockdown/?remotepost=2736
Englewood, Colo (Associated Press) - Denver Broncos avoiding a long-running goal attempt last weekend is still debated, and not just by bewildered fans and baffled radio hosts. Kicker Brandon McManus shared on social media Thursday to question his own teams' coach's assertion of He performed poorly in pre-match training in Atlanta, which is why Tom McMahon was discouraging McMahon’s 58-yard attempt, which made five of six attempts from over 50 yards this season, coach Vic Fangio said after Bronco's 34 loss. -27 On Sunday he wants to send his first player to try to score the long field goal in the first quarter, but McMahon pulled him out during a hiatus. Instead, the Bronco hit a 41st Falcons while trailing 3-0. “I had a strong urge to try it,” Fangio said, “I think it could have been 58 or 59 yards.” Tom got me out of it and I had a push strong enough that I wanted Thinking about it so much that I called timeout McMahon was asked to explain his advice during a Zoom call with reporters on Thursday, and his responses, followed by McManus' reaction, led to more conspiracies over the much-discussed decision, McMahon said, “Well, the important thing - what I'm doing is. Advise Vic on Brandon's whereabouts during pre-match with a distance, and the coach makes that decision from there`` My biggest job is when I see a stand like that distance at the 42-yard line, the 39-yard line, and the 44-yard line, where I have to participate, I give him my advice in this case, think about it and make the decision to kick the ball, '' McMahon said. Mercedes-Benz has nothing to do with the call to send gambler Sam Martin to the stadium instead of McManus "No, I don't think that