Duke edges Miami, Tony Parker out a month, Wanderlei starches Stann + Saturday Recap: Sunday, March 3, 2013
Kelly returns with 36 a Duke gets by Miami 79-76
It’s this easy, the Duke Blue Devils need Ryan Kelly. After missing the last 13 games with a foot injury, Kelly scored a career high 36 points in Duke’s 79-76 revenge matchup win over Miami. Kelly was white hot from the floor knocking down 10 of 14 shots including 7 of 9 from downtown. Duke is 16-0 with Kelly in the lineup, 9-4 without.
Tony Parker out a month with Grade II ankle sprain
The league leading San Antonio Spurs took a big hit o Saturday when it was announced that MVP candidate Tony Parker would miss at least four weeks with a left ankle injury. Parker, 30, is averaging 21.1 points and 7.6 assists in 56 games this season. The 46-14 Spurs will have Gary Neal, Patty Mills, Manu Ginobili and Nando De Colo run the point by committee.
Randy Moss will not return to the 49ers
Despite coach Jim Harbaugh and and quarterback Colin Kaepernick wanting him back, it looks like Randy Moss will not be returning to San Francisco next year. Moss reportedly ruffled feathers during Super Bowl media week when he displayed his displeasure at his limited role in the 49er offense. Moss seemed to confirm the parting of ways on twitter ….
Wished we could’ve finished the job!!thanks for the opportunity an good luck in the future 9ers
Messi scores but Real Madrid wins 2-1
For the second time in five days, Real Madrid has beaten Barcelona. Tuesday, the Blancos won 3-1 to eliminate Barcelona in the Copa Del rey. Saturday night, Sergio Ramos scored on a header from a corner kick in the 82nnd minute to give Real a 2-1 win La Liga play. Karim Benzema opened the scoring in the eighth minute for Madrid but Messi got the equalizer, his record tying 18th goal in the storied rivalry, just ten minutes later. It has been a tough two weeks for the Blaugrana who also lost 2-0 at Milan in Champions League play back on February 20th.
Wanderlei Silva and Mark Hunt star on UFC on Fuel 8
Wanderlei Silva and Mark Hunt were the big winners on the UFC on Fuel 8 card from Japan Saturday night. In a back and forth battle of haymakers reminiscent of Hagler/Hearns, Silva took out Brian Stann with a combo and brutal ground and pound at the 4:08 mark of the second round. In a battle of giant heavyweights, 5’10″ Mark Hunt knocked out 7’0″ Stefan Struve at 1:44 of the third round. Silva and Stann got 50K Fight of the Night bonuses while Silva and Hunt each got 50K in sharing Knockout of the Night honors. There were no submissions on the card.
The Axe Murderer KOs the All-American
Mark Hunt knocks down a Skyscraper
Game on Dude is much the best in the “Big” Cap
Game on Dude firmly re-established himself a the best older horse in the country by demolishing a field on nine in the $750,000 Grade I Santa Anita Derby. The Dude was never challenged as Mike Smith broke his alertly from the gate and straight to the front in an easy open-length wire-t-wire triumph. The Bob Baffert trainee paid $4.60 to win as the favorite. Clubhouse Ride was second with Call to Serve taking home show.
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