Valencia, Athletic Club, Real Sociedad and Villarreal fulfilled the pass to the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey, where the Bilbaons were spared the elimination in penalties against Elche, while Tenerife was charged (2-1) to Valladolid and Badalona forced Granada to fall into extra time.The ‘che’, current champion, made his debut in the ‘K.O.’ tournament with a victory by the minimum in Las Gaunas (0-1). The career of Ferran and his center measured a Maxi Gomez only in a small area at 15 minutes sent on the scoreboard until the end. The Logroñés finished better the first half, with a ball to the crossbar and a lot of danger carried by Rayco and Ñoño.In the resumption the Logroñés, a brave Second B team in his idea and electric in his attacks, was also better. Valencia tried to calm the game and finished the game better, with occasions again from Maxi and Ferran to not have released with suspense. Much more he had to suffer an Athletic who was out in the penalty shootout when he failed two of the first three pitches.The Basques seemed to put the direct at five minutes with a goal to the career of Iñaki Williams, a pass from Iñigo Martínez. Before the break, Chaves tied with a comfortable shot in a small area and after a good overflow play by Josan. Athletic tightened with the changes of Muniain and Yuri, although without generating danger. Photo: EFE Tenerife eliminates Valladolid and Granada passes with extra time in Badalona The extension did not change the tie either and on penalties it was touched by Elche with the first pitches. The stops of San Román to Raúl García and Unai López knew to the round of 16 in Martínez Valero, but Yazine, Iván Sánchez and Tekio, in the fourteenth penalty, failed to resurrect Gaizka Garitano’s team.Granada had another ration of suffering in this Cup, with a victory in extra time in Badalona. In the middle of the storm that resists leaving the area was a header from Gonalons in the 102nd minute, to the first post of a corner kick, and another goal by Carlos Fernádez in 110 ‘those who gave the pass to Granada. The Andalusians also started well with a goal from Koybasi in two minutes. Robusté tied for the Second B team and extended the Catalan dream until he gave them gasoline.Tenerife is ‘loaded’ to ValladolidIn addition, the Real won (2-0) to Espanyol in a duel controlled by the Basques. Barrenetxea made the 1-0 in a good play as the closing of the first half. The great mood of the picture ‘perico’, which finds life in league with the arrival of Abelardo, did not shine in Copa and Isak doubled the Basque income half an hour from the end. Wu Lei was able to cut in the first and clearest of the visitors, but did not change the triumph of those of Imanol Sheriff.Villarreal also thrashed (3-0) a Girona that accused more than eleven of changes, especially without Stuani, his best weapon in attack. The ‘submarine’ emerged in the second half of a Montilivi also shaken by the storm, where all the goals of Funes Mori, Cazorla and a Samu Chukwueze arrived in the center of the change and signed one of the goals of the tournament.In addition, Valladolid was the only First to fall on Wednesday, to join Mallorca on Tuesday, Alavés and Getafe between the two previous rounds, during his visit to Heliodoro Rodríguez López Stadium. El Pucela gave away the first part but in the second he started punishing with one of Las Palmas as Sandro. Joselu tied for the locals and Daniel Gómez classified Tenerife as a penalty committed by Diego Alende on Dani himself.
Walker drops 46 points in Hornets demolition of Grizzlies LATEST STORIES “There’s not just one way you can win a basketball game,” Harden said. “We’ve figured that out and obviously we know one staple that has to happen and that’s our defense. Once again tonight we did a really good job.”It was an ugly game which featured 71 missed 3-pointers combined. Houston was 12 of 51 and Detroit made just 6 of 38.Eric Gordon added 22 points for Houston on a night Chris Paul sat out with a sore left hamstring.“We found a way to ice the game,” coach Mike D’Antoni said. “James found ways to get to the line and manufacture points. Eric kept us in there for most of the game … everybody had a little bit of a down day.”Griffin had 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. Drummond had 17 points and 20 rebounds.ADVERTISEMENT Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Detroit led for most of the first half and was up 50-48 at halftime.TIP-INSPistons: Detroit forced 12 turnovers for its 59th straight game with at least 10, which is the longest such active streak in the NBA. … Smith finished with 18 points. … Reggie Jackson was 0 for 6 on 3-pointers.Rockets: D’Antoni said Paul’s injury wasn’t serious and that he expects him to return on Saturday. … Luc Mbah a Moute didn’t play after halftime because soreness in his left knee. … Clint Capela had 14 rebounds.LIMITING THE 3The Rockets have limited their opponents to 29.4 percent 3-point shooting during their seven-game winning streak. Houston improved to 27-3 when its opponent makes 10 or fewer 3-pointers and 31-2 when teams shoot 33 percent or less from long range.THEY SAID ITGriffin on the loss: “It obviously didn’t come out how we wanted but I was really proud with how hard we played and the attention to detail and executing the defensive game plan.”UP NEXTPistons: Host Chicago on Saturday night.Rockets: Host New Orleans on Saturday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparc “We couldn’t make a shot,” Detroit coach Stan Van Gundy said. “Their defense had a lot to do with it.”The Pistons trailed by nine with about 4 1/2 minutes left in regulation when Griffin made a layup to start an 11-0 run. Reggie Bullock made a 3-pointer and Luke Kennard had four points in that stretch, including two free throws that put Detroit up 88-86 with about 90 seconds remaining.Houston tied the game when Drummond was called for goaltending on a shot by Tucker with 30.5 seconds left.Griffin missed a shot with 9 seconds left and Harden’s shot jump shot at the buzzer was off to send the game into overtime.After scoring 42 in Houston’s win over Portland on Tuesday, Harden had trouble getting anything going against Detroit. He made 13 of 18 free throws, but was 0 for 8 on 3-pointers.The Rockets opened the fourth quarter with five straight points, highlighted by a 3-pointer from Trevor Ariza, to lead 76-68 with about 10 1/2 minutes left.Detroit got within four points before a 7-2 run by Houston made it 83-74 midway through the quarter.Griffin received a flagrant foul early in the third quarter when he tripped Harden as he came down after a 3-point attempt. Harden twisted his left ankle as he landed and crashed to the court. He remained there for a couple of minutes before slowly getting to his feet and remaining in the game.Harden was limping after the game but brushed off a question about his ankle, insisting that he was “fine.”He made two of three free throws as part of an 8-0 run Houston used to start the third quarter and take a 56-50 lead. The Rockets carried a 71-68 lead into the fourth quarter. Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ “Offensively we couldn’t get it going but (it’s) like that sometimes,” he said. “Got to find ways to win games.”After going 2 of 16 in regulation, including missing a shot that would have won it, Harden warmed up in overtime. He put Houston up with a basket early in the period before making it 93-90 on a three-point play after a basket by Andre Drummond. He added three free throws with about a minute left before P.J. Tucker’s tip-in made it 98-90 with 21 seconds to play.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkBlake Griffin, who finished with a triple-double, had a 3-pointer after that, but Harden made two more free throws to push the lead to seven. Harden missed both free throws after a 3-pointer by Ish Smith with 4.2 seconds left, but the Rockets held on to extend their winning streak to seven games.The NBA-leading Rockets improved to 58-14 to tie them with the 1993-94 championship team for the most wins in franchise history. 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Phillip)HOUSTON — James Harden struggled to find his shot for four quarters before the NBA’s leading scorer mustered just enough offense in overtime to help the Houston Rockets to another win.Harden scored 21 points, including 10 of Houston’s 12 points in overtime, to lift the Rockets to a 100-96 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Thursday night.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina View comments
Story Links Box Score TULSA, Okla. – Drake University’s Vinny Gillespie (Stirling, Scotland) and Barny Thorold (Loughborough, England) advanced to the finals of the men’s tennis doubles competition at the ITA Central Regional Championship Saturday afternoon. The pair opened their day by defeating the Nebraska team of Toby Boyer and Micah Klousia, 6-3, 6-4, to advance to the championship of the doubles competition.Gillespie and Thorold squared off against Oklahoma State’s Emile Hudd and Maxim Tybar for the ITA Central Regional doubles title. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, Hudd and Tybar prevailed, 6-4, 6-4, to end the Bulldogs’ run.The Bulldogs return to competition to end their fall season Nov. 2-4 at the University of Minnesota’s Gopher Invitational.ITA Central RegionalSunday ResultsDoubles FinalHudd/Tybar (Okla. State) def. Gillespie/Thorold (Drake), 6-4, 6-4Doubles SemifinalGillespie/Thorold (Drake) def. Boyer/Klousia (Neb.), 6-3, 6-4Consolation MatchesPiotr Smietana (Iowa) def. Freddie Powell (Drake), 6-1, 6-2Vladyslav Lobak (Minnesota) def. Ben Clark (Drake), 7-5, 2-6, 10-8 Print Friendly Version ITA Central Regional