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14 May 2020, 05:38

MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Bucks centre Larry Sanders will be out until at least the All-Star break this weekend with a fractured bone near his eye. Coach Larry Drew announced before the teams game Monday night against the Boston Celtics that he was told earlier in the day that Sanders was injured when he was elbowed in the right eye by Houstons James Harden as the two went for a rebound early in Saturday nights game. Drew believes the fracture is in the orbital bone, and adds that Sanders is experiencing double vision in the eye. Sanders missed nearly two months early this season after tearing a thumb ligament in a fight at a Milwaukee night club. Zaza Pachulia was scheduled to start in Sanders absence against Boston. https://www.philadelphiafootballshop.com/50-Jersey . One out away from finishing off an impressive shutout, they let a must-win game slip away. https://www.philadelphiafootballshop.com/59-Jersey . The 12th-ranked Haas served well throughout the match at the Ibirapuera arena, allowing only one break point to the 152nd-ranked Italian. Both players held serve until the first-set tiebreak, when Haas stepped up his game to easily clinch the set. https://www.philadelphiafootballshop.com/48-Jersey. -- The Vancouver Whitecaps remained unbeaten with a scoreless draw at the New England Revolution on Saturday. https://www.philadelphiafootballshop.com/29-Jersey .  Seriously. Seven years of losing has brought many different faces, players and management, to the annual pre-season get-to-know-the-team round up. https://www.philadelphiafootballshop.com/81-Jersey .The South African had three birdies on the front nine and another four after the turn at Leopard Creek Country Club to move to 16-under 128 overall.Grace, who won all four of his European Tour titles in 2012, dropped his only shot of the competition on the par-3 fifth.SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Another challenge. Another challenge met. C.J. Fair rebounded from his worst game of the season with 19 points, Jerami Grant added 12 in an expanded role down low, and No. 1 Syracuse beat Clemson 57-44 on Sunday night to remain unbeaten. No matter what or who theyve faced this season, the Orange have found a way to win. Fair, who was 2 for 13 for a season-low six points against Notre Dame on Monday, responded with an 8-for-13 shooting night in playing K.J. McDaniels of Clemson to a virtual standstill. McDaniels also scored 19 and had a game-high 10 rebounds, three more than Fair, and both played 39 minutes. "Its all about going to the next game. You dont want to dwell on a good or bad game. We had good rhythm coming into this game," Fair said. "I just needed to be aggressive and not really force things. Coach is always stressing that. Thats what I was trying to do, play off my teammates. "Without wearing myself out, I wanted to wear him (McDaniels) out," Fair said. "When the best player on the opposite team is guarding you, you want to make their job hard. I just wanted to keep him busy." Syracuse (23-0, 10-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) extended its school record for wins to start a season and matched the program mark for consecutive wins, established in the 1916-17 and 1917-18 seasons. It was the third meeting between the teams and first in Syracuse, and the Oranges first victory. "They have very good pieces that fit together," Clemson coach Brad Brownell said. "Everybody has a role. They embrace their role. Theyre very unselfish. There doesnt look to be any jealousy." Syracuse has faced a slow pace for most of the season and when the Orange went ahead 48-37 on Tyler Ennis lefty layup with 6:56 to play, coach Jim Boeheim could breathe a sigh of relief. "You really dont want to be behind in a slow game," Boeheim said. "There arent going to be a lot of points scored." This victory came with the 6-foot-8 Grant playing substantial time in the second half at centre with starter Rakeem Christmas on the bench with four fouls and Baye Moussa Keita next to him with a sprained right knee. A month ago, before hulking sophomore centre Dajuan Coleman was lost for the season to a knee injury, Syracuse had 15 fouls to give at the position. "Its fine. Whatever my team needs,&quoot; Grant said.dddddddddddd"I think thats what makes us a great team. I need to get used to it. Ive just got to know where all the rebounds are, know where other people are." It was the 10th time Clemson (15-7, 6-4) had faced the No. 1 team in the nation, and the Tigers have yet to win. The last time Clemson played a No. 1 team was against North Carolina, an 86-81 loss in the 2008 ACC tournament, and the Tigers last true road game against the nations No. 1 team was Feb. 8, 2004, an 81-55 loss at Duke. "It was frustrating," Jaron Blossomgame said. "There were some good things, but from a team standpoint, were all competitors. We want to win. We feel like every game we go into we can win." Trevor Cooney finished with 11 points for the Orange and Ennis, from Brampton, Ont., had six points, five assists and one turnover. Syracuse shot 44.4 per cent (24 of 54) and held the best defensive team in the nation to 14-of-41 shooting (34.1 per cent). The Orange also committed just five turnovers and dominated the paint, 32-14. Syracuse led by nine at the break and extended the lead to 39-27 on Fairs nice scoop off the glass with 15:40 left. The Tigers answered with a 10-3 spurt to get right back in it as Christmas went to the bench with his fourth foul. Jordan Roper started the surge with a 3 from the right wing, McDaniels followed with a free throw and a dunk, and Josh Smiths hook in the lane pulled Clemson to 42-37 with 10:41 to play. Fair responded with a pair of free throws and a pretty runner crossing the lane to boost the lead back to nine with 8:27 left. After Damarcus Harrisons 3-pointer, Grant came back with a baseline drive off the glass at 4:45 to boost the lead to double digits. Cooneys 3 from the top of the key extended it to 15 with 2:03 left. Clemson entered the game leading Division I in scoring defence, yielding an average of 55 points per game. The Tigers also ranked eighth in field goal percentage defence (.378) and 12th in blocked shot average (6.1). Syracuse shot 50 per cent (13 of 26) in the first half and held the Tigers to 6-of-22 shooting (27.3 per cent) while blocking three shots to two for the Tigers in gaining a 31-22 lead at the break. Keita sprained his right leg with just more than 6 minutes left in the opening half and went to the locker room to be evaluated. He did not play in the second half. ' ' '

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