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The Cavs are off to a hot start in Utah, thanks in part to this nifty and pretty sweet play by J.R. Smith, throwing up a behind the head alley-oop to LeBron James in the first quarter in Salt Lake City.Enjoy! Matt Loede Related TopicsCavsJ.R. SmithLebron James Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.
Alaska’s national delegation has also issued a variety of disapproving responses including Representative Don Young. Rep. Young(R-Alaska): “In these times of growing global threats, especially in the Asia-Pacific and Arctic regions, the Army should be increasing its presence in Alaska – not cutting it by more than 2,600 soldiers. While the Army masks its decision as a budgetary issue, they’ve failed to fully consider the strategic interests of the nation. Losing the only airborne brigade in the Pacific Theater – the only airborne brigade with cold-weather, mountainous, and Arctic training – will negatively affect the Army’s ability to operate in the Pacific region for years to come. As the Alaska delegation has done in the past, we will continue to fight this decision to ensure there is a strong Army presence in the most strategic location in the world: Alaska.” Governor Bill Walker also issued a release stating, “The decision to eliminate thousands of soldiers from JBER and Fort Wainwright will have harmful impacts on Alaska and the entire United States. I am by no means done fighting to keep these troops here. The military plays an integral role in Alaska’s safety and economic stability, and I will do whatever I can to make sure that doesn’t change.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Army is proposing a cut of 2,600 paratrooper positions at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. In a statement today, Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz said he disagrees with the proposed reduction of Alaska-based soldiers, which is part of a nationwide plan to reduce the size of the Army by 40,000 soldiers to about 450,000 total. Mayor Berkowitz said he’s contacted the Department of Defense to investigate local aid options and to analyze the impact from the loss of 2,600 positions.
Departing secretary of Tennis Jamaica, Leroy Brown, anticipates an uneventful and uncontroversial election of senior officers at the association’s annual general meeting (AGM) scheduled for the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), this evening at 5:30. “This will quite likely be a very uneventful election because there are several positions [for which] there will not be any challengers. So it will quite likely be an uneventful and uncontroversial handover. But having an uncontroversial election means a lot to the sport,” he said. Apart from the presidency, three of the five other available senior positions will be unchallenged. Former president Aubyn Hill will go unopposed as first vice president. Nancy Pinchas will also be unopposed for the secretary position, and Kristofer Martin for treasurer. However, Llockett McGregor and Dwayne Pagon will contest the second vice-president position, while Nigel Casserly and Errol Campbell will battle for the third vice-president spot. Twelve persons will be also be vying for the nine director positions, and Brown says the general mood is to look towards the future in a very positive way. “[We want to] help rebuild the sport of tennis, reach out and make it more inclusive,” he said. “[To] make it more wide-based, and a lot of that is taking place now in the inner-cities, the basic schools. So a lot of ground work has been laid over the last several years and there are big plans on board for the Eric Bell Tennis Centre. We have spoken to the people at UWI, and plans are well advanced now.” AZAN is Capable He also thinks the man that will oversee Tennis Jamaica for the next three years, Azar, is capable of lifting the sport, but insists he will need a strong team to back him. “One thing for sure, Mr Azar likes tennis, and he said his aim is to grow the sport. I have no doubt he will keep that promise. We, the outgoing administration, will cooperate with him and assist him in every way. “His heart is in the right place and that is the first thing you have to do as a leader, then you have to get the team together because you can’t do it alone. It has to be teamwork. He is going to have different forces around him. He has to make them into a team, and if he can succeed in doing that, half the battle is won,” he said. Azar will take over from Aswad Morgan, who decided not to seek re-election.
President of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA), Dr Warren Blake, described World Athletics’ decision to create a welfare fund as an excellent move by the world’s governing body for athletics.World Athletics announced last month that a US$500,000 ($72 million) welfare fund had been created to support professional athletes who have lost a substantial part of their income due to the suspension of international competition this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.The application window ended on May 31. Blake told The Gleaner that he is not sure how many Jamaican athletes had applied for the grant because they had to apply directly to World Athletics for this assistance, but believes it was a good move by the world’s governing body for athletics. ‘A Good Move’ “I think it is a good move, but based on how they have put it, it is going to really impact only a limited number of athletes because you have to meet the Olympics qualifying standards, and that is intended to limit the number of athletes who can apply,” said Blake. “We haven’t gotten feedback as to how many people have applied for this assistance programme because remember that these athletes would apply directly to (World Athletics) for this assistance,” he said.The level of grants will depend on the number of approved applications up to a maximum of US$4,000 ($572,000).Only athletes who have met the Tokyo Olympic Games entry standard will be provided with welfare grants to be used to cover basic living expenses.Also, as part of the eligibility criteria, athletes must have never had an anti-doping rule violation. They also must be able to demonstrate a justifiable welfare need through significant loss of income in 2020 compared to 2019.The JAAA boss underlined that a lot of Jamaican athletes are struggling financially to survive and to pay their bills and, therefore, that welfare assistance programmes will benefit them a lot. “I think it is an excellent move, especially in these tough times when a lot of the Diamond League meets have been cancelled and there are no other ways for some of our athletes to earn because a lot of them don’t have any sponsorship agreement with sports goods manufacturing companies,” Blake stated. firstname.lastname@example.org
In-form jockey Brad Stewart has been called up to replace Tye Angland in the NSW team for the State of Origin jockeys series in Brisbane. In-form jockey Brad Stewart will turn back the clock when he rides for NSW in the fourth State of Origin series at Doomben. Stewart has been among Brisbane’s leading jockeys for more than a decade but was born in the northern rivers which makes him eligible for NSW in the series. NSW was to be represented by Tye Angland and Corey Brown but Angland is in hospital in Hong Kong after a fall on Sunday. “Tye has been a wonderful ambassador for the Origin series and on behalf of all at Racing Queensland I would like to wish him a full and speedy recovery,” Racing Queensland operating officer Adam Wallish said. Racing Queensland officials had to hunt far and wide for a replacement because most jockeys now have riding commitments up to two weeks ahead. The TAB Origin Jockey Series will bring some Australia’s best jockeys to Brisbane over two action-packed days at Doomben on December 7-8. It will include three Melbourne Cup winners and the riders of almost 200 Group One wins. Luke Nolen’s Victoria will be out to defend its title with the help of Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Brett Prebble, following the retirement of Clare Lindop earlier this season. Queensland has stuck solid with Jim Byrne and Matt McGillivray to don the maroon. Tasmania has its 2017 line up comprising Craig Newitt and Brendon McCoull, as does South Australia with Dwayne Dunn and Jamie Kah. New Zealand young gun and leading Sydney-based rider Jason Collett has been called up to represent the Kiwis alongside Damian Browne. This year the series comprises five races across two days (three on Friday, two on Saturday), with enhanced stakes and carefully selected races chosen in an attempt to attract full fields.
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TROPHY Stall of Bourda Market has donated all the trophies for the Hamilton Green Inter-Ward Nine-a-Side Football tournament which will conclude on Sunday at the Den Amstel ground, West Coast Demerara, with the semi-finals and final.According to information received, the first- and second-place teams will receive $70 000 and $30 000 respectively, compliments of Banks DIH Limited, while Trophy Stall’s Managing Director will sponsor the trophies for both sides.Ricks and Sari Agro Industries will donate nine food hampers to the winning side and Food for the Poor will be donating nine blankets.The player scoring the most goals in the competition will earn a dinette set (table with chairs), compliments of China Trading, while the runner-up for most goals will be presented with a lazyboy chair from A.H & L. Kissoon Furniture Store.
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The week in which the General Assembly of “Levski” is to take place begins with encouraging news about the “blues”. The majority owner of the club, Nasko Sirakov, has succeeded in negotiations with the players to reduce their salaries, and some of them have agreed to such a step.According to Tema Sport, most of the Bulgarian players of the club have accepted the conditions set by the legend, and Yannis Kargas is one of the foreigners ready to play for Gerena at a significantly lower monthly salary.Unlike Kargas, Franco Mazurek and Nasiru Mohamed cannot stay in Sofia under their current financial conditions and have been informed that they can leave at any time. With the promise that they will get what they have earned so far. Residents of Sofia are also hoping to make money from the sales of some of Holmar Ejolfsson, Paulinho, Nigel Roberta and Stanislav Ivanov.Meanwhile, the Dutch from Valwijk revealed that the money from the transfer of Stein Speers to Levski in the winter has helped the club maintain its stable financial condition, despite serious ticket losses.According to the team’s director Frank van Mosselveld, the Bulgarians were not the most brilliant partners, but they still paid for everything.I’m sorry for Spearings, because it seems that there is not much prospect for him in “Levski”, since they want to bet more on Bulgarians. But if he had stayed with us, he would have played only seven games and his salary would have made it difficult for us “The Bulgarians are not the most brilliant partners and now bad things are happening there, but they paid very well for this transfer,” explained the head of the Dutch team.His future at Gerena remains unclear, first because Levski did not qualify for European club tournaments, and then because of the club’s financial problems.The 24-year-old midfielder has 9 games for the team, in which he scored 2 goals.