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first_imgNew Zealand’s 35-17 win over Argentina in Buenos Aires at the weekend ensured another southern hemisphere championship for the All Blacks but that will not lead to any slackening of against the Springboks in Pretoria says Perenara.”We’re so focused on the next job and winning games and being the best footy players that we can be that we don’t often have time to reflect on what we’ve achieved,” Perenara, who celebrated his 50th cap in Velez Sarsfield win, told New Zealand media.”We’ve finished that game and my mind’s not about my 50th game, my mind’s on (this) week in Pretoria and trying to right a wrong from a couple of weeks ago.”That will be a part of the motivation. Knowing they beat us a couple of weeks ago is disappointing and it hurts,” he said.”Our major motivator is that we want to be better than we were the week before… if we don’t improve on what we did tonight (against Argentina) that’s a failure for us. We need to be growing day to day and week to week.”The All Blacks head into the match at Loftus Versfeld with renewed confidence in first five eight Beauden Barrett’s kicking. He enjoyed a perfect night off the tee against Argentina after missing four of his six shots against South Africa.”That’s the kind of character he is,” Perenara said.”He doesn’t read too much into the hype or what the media… or the critics say. He does his job. Every now and then he’ll miss a couple of kicks, but that’s part of being a goal kicker.”last_img read more

first_imgWhat a 77th birthday on Sunday in San Mamés with people standing!Yes, they did it by surprise, because I didn’t expect it. It was a secret, and the truth is that it moved me, it was very beautiful. And listen in the new field in minute one ‘Iribar is great, as Iribar there is none’ already disarmed him.Well (laughs). I have always said that this song has encouraged me a lot, but I think it is more like me …Let me doubt it. Let’s go with the Cup. What do you remember about that semifinal against Granada in 1969?It was a good team. The tie looked like it could be matched. First we played there and they got ahead. It marked Noya, a blond who was very incisive. We tied through Javi Clemente. Then the goals were not worth double in the opposite field. The tie was promising.In San Mamés they were stronger. Copa del Rey* Data updated as of March 3, 2020 Forever. We were growing up. We won two to zero.That Granada was run by Marcel Domingo, a French exporter.If I remember.In his team were Tinas, Lorenzo, Barrenechea, Santos, Barrachina, Ureña and Ñito, a canary, goalkeeper …I just was with him! He is from Tenerife and we greet each other on the day of the Cup qualifier. He has had the most contact of that generation. Ñito was in Valencia and was once selected.Later, in the 70s, the Granada of ‘Los Carniceros’ rose to fame, with two very tough centrals such as the Argentine Aguirre, who apparently had falsified papers to impersonate Paraguayan, and Paraguayan Fernández. They became sixth in the league.Fernandez was said to have withdrawn Amancio after an injury that required 150 stitches. It was a team with a very expeditious defense (laughs). We talk about other times. In all the teams there were players who defended without contemplation against players like our Uriarte, Argoitia or Arieta at that time. There was more permissiveness, the pressure was enormous towards the referee. The moves after the matches were not analyzed. There was no turning back and the teams became very strong at home. Depending on the level of the adversary, he defended himself very strongly.They even had Enrique Porta, who was top scorer in First.It was very good, yes. Lasa played with them before coming to Bilbao. He acted as an extreme and with us he went to the right side.He will have an intense memory of the final against Elche.Yes, those memories are fresh, because it is a final. The day of winning a title again. We had a great responsibility because we had not achieved it for eleven years. Before we had played two finals, against Zaragoza and Valencia and we could not take them. We were eager and very responsible. Elche gave us work. Almost until the end we did not achieve it, with a great goal from Antón Arieta.That Athletic was good, huh? Rojo I, Arieta, Igartua, Sáez … with Rafa Iriondo as coach.Yes it was. Very good. As a team we worked very well.Do you remember the celebrations?It is one of the best memories of my sporting life. After dinner, celebrating there with the Cup and throwing some songs … the rigor, end of the season, was the last game and we had permission to leave, we went out in a group and celebrated. We were very much in a gang.And the next day, more party.As soon as we got up we were thinking about the reception, we thought we would have to go a little uniformed, then there was no culture of wearing the shirts … we took Guillermo Perdiguero, the masseuse and the one who was in charge of the material, we sent him for the stores for a shirt that was red and white, and he got it for the 20 or 21 we were there.center_img Copa del Rey* Data updated as of March 3, 2020 They entered Durango, in honor of Anton Arieta.Yes, he deserved that the people jelly him, for the goal of the final. The baserritarras, grandparents, children … all came. And some with the hoe because there was nothing else!They went down by Atxuri.They mounted us in a truck. We were crowded. You touched the people on the balconies with your hand. When you win, you think: mission accomplished.The return this time is in Los Cármenes. Does that balance the forces a little more?We have a good result, but they, when playing at home have that plus. Always like the return in your fief when there is a double game. We will have to be very focused, because they also have a very good team at the moment. You have to be very put to avoid scares. We have a very good defense and that can give us a lot, but we must have respect and success in the face of the opposing goal.He talked about the pressure they had 50 years ago to win a title after so long. Is it comparable to now? The barge has not been removed since 1984. Only the 2015 Super Cup has been won.Can be. It is a great opportunity. We are all aware; the first, the players, to be back in a final. In the last ten years we have been in a few. We already know what our people like to be in the Cup finals.Due to the fact that Barça, Madrid and Atlético are not there, do you think that it is more feasible than ever in this recent era?Due to the fact that these great teams are not there, the Cup is different. You always think you can have more options, but in football everything is hypothetical.It’s true, there are examples throughout history.Look at 58, when Athletic won Real Madrid, European champion, to a match. It was played in Chamartín. And the surprise came, Athletic won by zero to two. Football has that component of luck that harbors those surprises, that’s why it’s so big.What has evolved football from that semifinal of 1969 to the present. Have you thought about it? You were an avant-garde in that serve with your hand, you were great clenching your fists … Now the goalkeeper has to be one more field player. Everything has changed a lot.Yes, it has evolved, but the former remains the same: stop. The rules have changed and that has made the goalkeeper’s job difficult. The goalkeeper has been changing the way he plays, he is now a footballer, the libero. With advanced defenses, they force you to have other positions. It is the sign of the times, everything evolves. That improves the qualities of a goalkeeper. Is more difficult. You have to stop and know how to play, the two facets are very important, in certain teams more than in others. That requires more preparation. It is convenient to progress on this issue without any doubt.What goalkeeper do you like about the current ones?I could not quote one. There are many and good. Here, in LaLiga, Ter Stegen, Oblak, Courtois. Now he is in Madrid. I loved Atlético. They are sober. A little like me.In the crossing of Athletic through this Cup the goalkeepers have been very important.Two batches of penalties were saved, with Herrerín and Ezkieta.Should we score in Granada or should we find a zero draw?It is convenient to score. Always try to do it outside, because a goal gives you much more life. It would grant us many possibilities. If not, you have to be very tense trying not to get stuck. It is not convenient to have too much uncertainty (laughs). The game is complicated, but I insist that we have a good result.This Cup format has been beautiful.I love it, in football you have to give everyone a chance. It is the essence of football, giving more opportunities to the participant, especially the most humble. Strengthen the humble. There have been small teams that have been able to eliminate First clubs. And there is the Mirandés. It’s nice, exciting and positive to see them.The president of the Port of Bilbao, Ricardo Barkala, asks to use another means other than the barge if the Cup is won for security reasons.We’ll talk on Friday if you think so.What can it mean for Athletic to recover the path of the titles?The philosophy is very reinforced, we are a team that even in the League we are able to beat Barcelona. Those matches stay in the retina of the whole fans. And it adds to the children and the next quarry. It is a reinforcement. Whenever you win something, it reinforces you. But I still think that everything is very well established.last_img read more

first_imgBourda shootingDays after 34-year-old vendor Marlon Fredericks of Tiger Bay, Georgetown was shot dead on Regent Road, Bourda as he allegedly tried to escape lawful custody, the City Constable who reportedly shot him has been slapped with a manslaughterGregory Bascom as he enters the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Thursdaycharge.Gregory Bascom of West Ruimveldt Housing Scheme, Georgetown appeared on Thursday to answer this charge before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Defence lawyer Roger Yearwood, in a bail application, told the court that Fredericks’s death was an “unfortunate incident”. He contended that his 50-year-old client was performing his duties as a constabulary rank at the time of the incident.Attorney Yearwood also told the court that his client has since been interdicted from his duties as a Lance Corporal, and is being given only a half month’s salary.Police Prosecutor Celine Evans did not object to the defendant being placed on bail, but requested that the court impose conditions for his bail. The Chief Magistrate released Bascom on $800,000, and ordered that as a condition for bail, the father of three must report every Friday to the Alberttown Police Station until the matter concludes. Additionally, he was ordered to lodge his passport with the court.Reports are on Sunday, January 14, 2018, the now dead man allegedly dashed out of the City Constabulary lock-ups at Bourda in a reported attempt to escape. He was pursued by Lance Corporal Bascom, who allegedly shot him.The case will continue on February 12.last_img read more

Schurr can’t hold on

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first_img“(Monrovia) did a good job of applying pressure (down the stretch),” Schurr coach Kevin Akiyama said. “Their players never quit. It’s a shame someone had to lose this game.” For a while, it appeared the Wildcats would come up on the losing end. Schurr, which received 18 points from Jeremy Gerardo and 14 from Alex Valdez, appeared to have the game under control. Justin Sasada, who finished with 12 points, scored on back-to-back layups with 1:23 left, giving the Spartans a comfortable 63-58 lead. But Monrovia’s Marcus Monroe, who had a game-high 27 points, made a nice feed to Conklin for an easy layup with 1:10 left before Monroe drew a foul and made two free throws with 33 seconds left, cutting the deficit to 63-62. MONTEBELLO – There are no sure things in the postseason, and now there is no Schurr High School in the CIF-Southern Section boys basketball playoffs. Phillip Conklin scored on a rebound follow with 7.6 seconds left to help Monrovia rally for a 64-63 victory over the host Spartans in a Division III-AA first-round playoff game on Friday night. Sasada, getting pressure from Phillip Brown and Monroe, was then called for traveling with 19 seconds remaining. Monrovia’s MacKenzie Hall-Solomon drove the lane before missing a layup, but Conklin grabbed the rebound and followed with an easy layup and a 64-63 lead with 7.6 seconds to play. “We were just trying to get the rebound,” Akiyama said. “They just did a good job getting the offensive board.” Schurr then pushed the ball up court before calling a timeout with 1.2 seconds to play. The Spartans were able to screen off Hidalgo for an open jumper at the top of the key, but it was just short at the buzzer, giving the Wildcats the victory. steve.ramirez@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3061 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img The Wildcats, 13-12, advanced to Tuesday’s second round to play Oak Park, a 66-57 winner over Morro Bay, at a site to be determined. Schurr (15-9) had a chance to win it, but James Hidalgo’s 3-point attempt at the buzzer clanked off the front of the rim. last_img read more

first_imgA POACHER caught with a 10lb salmon on the River Finn has told a judge: “I just wanted a wee fish to eat.”John Crawford was caught with the salmon and a net by Garda John O’Sullivan on the River Finn near Castlefin on June 3 last year.The court heard that Gda O’Sullivan spotted Crawford and a second man carrying a large white sack and thought the behaviour was suspicious When the garda caught up with the accused, Crawford had said: “I thought you were the bailiff – I was poaching.”Crawford, of 8 Dergview Hillhead, Castlefinn, pleaded guilty.He was asked by Judge Paul Kelly at Letterkenny District Court why he was out poaching.“I was just trying to get a wee fish to eat,” replied Crawford.Crawford was fined €150 for poaching the salmon, €150 for possession of the net and ordered to pay €350 costs.“That’s an expensve salmon I’m afraid,” Judge Kelly told him.‘I JUST WANTED A WEE FISH TO EAT’ – POACHER TELLS JUDGE was last modified: February 4th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:castlefinnJOhn CrawfordLetterkenny District Courtpoacherriver finnlast_img read more

first_img smart causal silverware possible standings RANKED Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade highlights ADVICE Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move 1 How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Jensen scored once in his Arsenal career and has since become a cult hero England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won REVEALED center_img Most popular football news MONEY Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Jensen joined the Gunners in 1992 after his European Championship exploits, but his inability to find the net soon made him a hero. When he did finally score, in December 1994, t-shirts were made by supporters, with ‘I saw John Jensen score’ emblazoned across the front. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade The farcical situation that led to players such as Christian Eriksen and Kasper Schmeichel staying away came about as a result of a dispute over commercial image rights between the Danish Football Association and the players’ union (Spillerne).Afterwards Jensen said: “We got 24 heroes who were called in about 48 hours ago and play in a very, very low division compared to the opponent Slovakia who has world-class players.“I’m proud, I’m shocked that these players that were on the pitch and also the players that didn’t come on the pitch.“The friendship and what they did tonight is absolutely amazing and I will never forget this defeat. This is the best defeat in my career.”Due to the quality of opposition, Slovakia’s FA even reduced the price of entry to €1. Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Denmark’s temporary manager, John Jensen, revealed he didn’t even know who his players were ahead of the farcical UEFA Nations League game against Slovakia.Arsenal cult hero Jensen, who won Euro ’92 with Denmark, answered his country’s call to manage a side containing unknown lower league and Futsal players.“I had to start from scratch and ask each player his name and which position he plays on the field,” Jensen told a news conference when he arrived in Slovakia.Denmark lost 3-0 and face Wales on Sunday. impact BEST OF last_img read more

first_imgAdvertising featureEvolve Menswear Wedding Hire is celebrating its second hugely successful year in business and as part of our anniversary celebrations we want to send you a present in advance of your special day.Any couple that book their wedding hire with us and fulfills the required conditions will enter a draw to win the chance to have their wedding day hire absolutely free. Yes Free. Evolve Wedding Hire Department opened its doors in March 2010 and has grown by leaps and bounds to become market leaders in wedding hire with customers coming from all over Ireland with our suits even gracing churches throughout Europe and as far afield as the USA.Firstly, if you are getting married this year, we would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on your engagement and forthcoming wedding.We know how important your special day is to you and we are privileged to be allowed to be part of it. We know you deserve the best and that is why we have the largest Wedding Hire facilities in Donegal if not the country.The luxurious setting is separate and has a private access with no interruptions by passing shoppers. We offer complimentary tea and coffee, dedicated and private appointments, individual attention, free alterations with every suit fitted to perfection, all this together with excellent and attentive service has made us the market leaders in wedding hire. Feedback from our hundreds of satisfied customers tells us that price is not the sole determining factor. Quality product, modern designs, customer service, accessories, shopping experience in a large bright, air conditioned shop, solely dedicated to wedding hire, with no interruptions, all play an important role in making the big decision.Owners JP and Mark together with Departmental Manager Louise are passionate about formal wear and have travelled throughout Europe and beyond so that you the customer can have the best experience possible on your big day.Keeping apace with fashion trends, our buyers source only the finest clothing. Evolve has the most current lines of designer formalwear for all occasions.We were the first to introduce the lightweight fabric in suits which are ideal for summer weddings in Ireland and indeed abroad but also have proven successful for keeping him cool in the winter when the pressure comes on.Evolve can provide the largest range of accessories with our special complimentary white and ivory shirts, with a wide range of ties, bow ties and cravats with our own special colour card with 100’s of colours to choose from if you would like to bring in the bridesmaid’s colours. We also have leather shoes, socks and even under wear and boxers for that ‘first night’! Each customer is specifically measured and then every suit tailored exactly for the individual member of your wedding party. Evolve will dress you in nothing but the best, newest and most exclusive designer collection available.Designer wedding wear and setting a new standard. Classic and modern. We lead the way!We are available to advise you on all aspects of your wedding attire, especially Do’s and even Don’ts. Just hand him over to us Ladies.Step in and find out what hundreds of our satisfied customers already know, that Evolve is the elite place for Wedding Hire in the entire North West area. EVOLVE CELEBRATE SECOND FORMAL-WEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH GREAT GIVEAWAY was last modified: January 26th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Evolveformal-weargiveawaylast_img read more

The CEO of the Problem

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first_imgYou don’t always need access to the highest levels of your dream client to make a deal. You don’t necessarily need access to the C-Suite to find the authority you need to win. But you do need the “CEO of the problem.”The title “CEO of the problem” isn’t a real title (as if you didn’t know that). You won’t find it on your dream client’s organizational chart, and they won’t likely know what you’re talking about if you ask who owns that title (mostly because I think I just coined the phrase with this post). But there is someone within your dream client company that owns some problem (or some outcome). They have a deep concern for the result and they likely have the real authority to bind their organization to a deal.The CEO of the problem is the real linchpin in any deal. They have enough authority to make a deal and get what they want, even if the title doesn’t line up with your expectations as to what that title should be. They also have outsized influence, so even if they aren’t the final signature on your contract, they hand it to the (mostly uninterested) person who will sign it. Sometimes influence is enough. And sometimes the real authority is a person with no authority … they are the just the subject matter authority and owner of the problem.It’s the way selling—and buying—sometimes works. Sometimes you need the ultimate authority in the room, and other times you may only need the “CEO of the problem” in the room. But if you are trying to get in by starting at the very top, you might be running into so much resistance because you aren’t calling at the right C-level. The real C-Level executive might need might be the “CEO of the problem,” and that title might be a level or two below the level at which you are starting.QuestionsWhere do you usually start when you try to “get in?”Why have you been told to start at the top? Is this still the best way in?If you get in at some lower level, what do you need to be prepared to do to ensure you have the authority you need?How are you sure that you have the stakeholders you need to win an opportunity?last_img read more

first_imgActor Ranveer Singh says he felt pushed against the wall with the many roadblocks ahead of the release of “Padmaavat” and its long gestation period, a rage that propelled his portrayal of Alauddin Khilji in the film. The film, which released on January 25 with multiple disclaimers following nationwide protests, found itself in trouble from the very beginning with its sets being vandalised twice in Rajasthan and Maharashtra. “There was a lot of anxiety surrounding the shooting. Whatever untoward incident happened, it made me very, very angry. Ever since the first incident on the sets… I was raging from inside. But I chose not to act out in a destructive way. I channelled it and used it constructively. I put it into my performance,” the actor told PTI in an interview. The much-debated film is already a blockbuster and Ranveer’s portrayal of Khilji has been singled out for particular praise. More than happiness, however, Ranveer says he feels a sense of relief. The costume drama was not easy to shoot, says the star.The many delays led to the film being shot in almost one go — in 40 plus days. “Apart from what was happening, the actual shooting process was difficult due to the delays. I was shooting for more than 40 days straight, which is unheard of in a costume drama, especially on a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film. It is draining at every level, physically mentally, emotionally.” In his previous collaborations with Bhansali, there would be a break every six to eight days so that the crew could recuperate but that was not the option this time. “My brain had turned into mush, my body had turned into pulp, I had no feeling in my muscles. I kept pushing but physically, I was breaking. But when you have your back against the wall, you need to keep digging deeper. It was the angst that kept me going.” Constantly being in character took its toll on Ranveer.The darkness of the character, he says, started to creep up on him, a feeling so intense that he lost touch with himself for a while. “I try to be as honest to my craft as I can possibly be.“The dark person that Khilji was, I had to become that from the inside. I had to feel all those things and that can be unhealthy. The shooting process was non-stop. I would put on the make-up for two hours and shoot for 12-14 hours straight and repeat it the next day. “I lost touch with myself. I realised that something was wrong. I had become uneasy, unstable. So I first confided in my mother and my best friend. They started spending time with me after the shoot. They brought me back to myself. I was lucky to have that kind of support.” While the release of “Padmaavat” was stalled by Rajput groups over the portrayal of queen Padmavati, post-release, the film has attracted criticism in certain quarters over the unidimensional portrayal of Khilji as an evil, unbalanced ruler, which some historians say is inaccurate. Asked whether Khilji’s extremism was over-hyped, Ranveer said he moulded himself to Bhansali’s vision of the character. “As an actor, I need to be honest with the script. I used the script as my textbook. For the most part, I take my cues from what is written. The character that Mr. Bhansali and Prakash Kapadia created, I tried to do the best I could with it. “In fact, I wanted to make Khilji darker and even more of an extremist. Mr. Bhansali really moulded me this time. In ’Bajirao’, he allowed me to interpret but this time he was hands-on. I built on what was written and how he directed me.” The other criticism against the film is over the ‘jauhar’ (mass sati) scene towards the end, which many feel glorifies the practice. Actor Swara Bhasker has written a scathing letter to Bhansali criticising the scene. But Ranveer sidestepped the issue and said, “I got a message from Swara. She loved my performance in the film. So…” The actor, who has collaborated with Bhansali for the third time after “Ram-Leela” and “Bajirao Mastani”, says the praise for “Padmaavat” is sweeter as he was not sure Khilji would be accepted. “I feel like I am walking on clouds. There were enough people who were advising me to be careful. It is scary to take on a part like this. It is such a big risk that it can be your undoing. But I went with Mr. Bhansali’s conviction and gave my whole and soul to this part. I am just relieved that my risk has paid such dividends.”last_img read more

first_imgMOST READ Andre Iguodala hit a go-ahead 3 in the final minute of the third, two more early in the fourth as Golden State pulled away and finished with 17 points. DeMarcus Cousins contributed his first double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds in his second home game and seventh in all since coming back from a nearly yearlong recovery from surgery for a ruptured left Achilles tendon.Kevin Durant added 21 points and 11 of the Warriors’ 31 assists.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesThe Lakers hung tough without James just as they did here in a 127-101 victory Christmas night. They lost James in the third quarter of that game to a strained left groin. He returned from a 17-game absence Thursday night against the Clippers only to sit again Saturday.James’ rest was for what coach Luke Walton called “load management.” The four-time MVP had been set for his second game back but woke up Friday “very sore” after playing 40 minutes in the 123-120 overtime win against the Clippers. He finished with 24 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists. US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Warriors: Host the Spurs on Wednesday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lou Williams leads Clippers’ rally from 25 down to beat Pistons SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Cousins drove for a filthy one-handed slam against Kyle Kuzma at the 5:28 mark of the third then stared him down and trash-talked to pick up a technical.Golden State had its 11-game winning streak, longest in the NBA this season, snapped with a 113-104 loss to the 76ers on Thursday night in Cousins’ home debut. The Warriors missed Thompson in that one.He connected on his first four shots Saturday with a 3 and finished 10 for 15.On Jan. 21 at L.A., Thompson tied an NBA record by making his first 10 attempts from 3-point range — going 10 for 11 from deep overall and hitting seven in the third quarter — on the way to 44 points in the Warriors’ 130-111 win. Golden State led by 36 at one point against the short-handed Lakers.TIP-INSADVERTISEMENT Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Lakers: Reserve C Tyson Chandler also rested for the Lakers. … Los Angeles shot 7 for 27 from 3-point range.Warriors: Durant notched his fourth points-assists double-double of the season. … Coach Steve Kerr won his seventh Western Conference Coach of the Month award in five seasons, honored for the month of January. … Draymond Green had seven more assists to give him 75 in his past eight games.McGEE’S BLINGEx-Warriors center JaVale McGee received his championship ring at last. He had been sick and didn’t travel with the team to the Bay Area for the Christmas game.McGee received his ring from Iguodala, who initially presented his former teammate with an empty box as a joke. McGee then held the ring to either side of the court and waved during a rousing ovation for the big man who spent two seasons in the Bay Area.“JaVale was a big part of the last two championships,” Kerr said. “It’s only right to honor him and present him his ring and give him his moment in front of our fans for them to say thank you. … To be able to count on JaVale during the last couple of years whether he was playing or not and the professionalism he showed, his patience he showed when he wasn’t playing, that’s what it takes. It takes everybody’s commitment, whether they’re on the floor or not. He earned those two rings.”RECRUITING KLAYLakers fans way up in the rafters chanted “We want Thompson! We want Thompson!” — he becomes a free agent this summer — as he shot free throws in the second quarter. His father, Mychal, was a star for Los Angeles.UP NEXTLakers: At Indiana on Tuesday. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Los Angeles Lakers’ Brandon Ingram, left, drives the ball past Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry (30) and Klay Thompson in the first half of an NBA basketball game Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)OAKLAND, Calif. — Klay Thompson returned from a one-game absence with an illness to score 28 points and light up the Lakers for the second time in 13 days, leading the Golden State Warriors to a 115-101 victory Saturday night over a Los Angeles team again missing LeBron James.Splash Brother Stephen Curry missed his first eight shots before a layup with 6:20 remaining and still wound up with 14 points, two days after going off for 41 in a loss to the 76ers when he hit 10 3-pointers. The rest of the Warriors picked up the slack.ADVERTISEMENT PDEA chief backs Robredo in revealing ‘discoveries’ on drug war ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes View commentslast_img read more