Advertisement 0Powered by Firework0 The Golden State Warriors suspended Draymond Green for Tuesday’s game against the Atlanta Hawks without pay after his altercation with NBA all-star Kevin Durant.Advertisement Draymond Green started arguing with Durant during the Golden State Warriors’ loss on Monday to the Los Angeles Clippers and the altercation reportedly continued into the locker room.Advertisement ESPN’s Zach Lowe reported that some members of the Warriors organization were of a belief that Green “went too far” on Monday, while other “are still shrugging this off.” According to Sam Amick of the Athletic, Kerr made the decision to suspend Green for Tuesday’s game.Kevin Durant after the altercation:➖➖➖“That’s why I’m out”pic.twitter.com/ludk5cpQkhAdvertisement — Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) November 14, 2018Pretty terse postgame press conference from Kevin Durant. Whatever Draymond Green said yesterday clearly still bothering him. Here’s the transcript of the relevant portions. pic.twitter.com/9e27YWCpFZ— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) November 14, 2018Good morning. Calling Kevin Durant a b—h cost Draymond Green $120,000. Worth it? https://t.co/akuJ5OR6lM pic.twitter.com/JIUz5jt0RJ— Tom Ziller (@teamziller) November 14, 2018Draymond Green will be suspended by the team without pay for tonight’s game against Atlanta, according to @wojespn.The suspension stems from an altercation between Green and Kevin Durant that started on the court and continued into the locker room on Monday. pic.twitter.com/reAHltPago— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 13, 2018Draymond Green to Kevin Durant’s drum set before tonight’s game: pic.twitter.com/VNaltAKcNM— Sporting News (@sportingnews) November 13, 2018There’s a chance this is Kevin Durant’s last season with Golden State.Steve Kerr says the Warriors aren’t worried. pic.twitter.com/ekpFPbhwC5— Sporting News (@sportingnews) November 14, 2018Warriors announce that Draymond Green has been suspended one game without pay for “conduct detrimental to the team” after argument with Kevin Durant. That will cost Green roughly $120,000.— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) November 13, 2018Kevin Durant: “Shit happens in the NBA”— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) November 14, 2018Wasn’t my best night by any means, and wish I could’ve played better for my team😓…. but this is pretty cool !! @KDTrey5 has helped me a lot mentally get me to where I’m at today, and given me some great advice !! #RespectBigBro https://t.co/9it0SfCea3— Trae Young (@TheTraeYoung) November 14, 2018Kevin Durant: pass me the ballDraymond Green: pic.twitter.com/a5ZbDusjs7— Evan (@relevanthought) November 13, 2018KEVIN DURANT: pass me the ball and I’ll updog itDRAYMOND GREEN: what’s updog?KEVIN DURANT: just talking to someone who’s worse than me at basketball what’s up with youDRAYMOND GREEN: pic.twitter.com/Jp8DPrjn5q— Turkey Isotope (@BuckyIsotope) November 14, 2018Kevin Durant likes to talk a big game and start fights with teammates/other playersAlso Kevin Durant: pic.twitter.com/r6683X1qUE— Old Player Tweets (@OldPlayerTweets) November 13, 2018Kevin Durant realllllllllllly wanted Draymond Green to give him the ball…… pic.twitter.com/Y6qSTafwyq— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) November 13, 2018Also Read-Draymond Green reveals the reaction he got from Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant when he trash talked them Advertisement read more
By Rowan Forster Ratepayers of Ludlow Court, Beaconsfield claim they are serving as council’s “unpaid garden labourers” in their quest…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
Here is a report of the game from Galway Bay FM’s Niall Canavan… Donoghue spoke to Galway Bay FM’s Sean Walsh after the match… print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Galway manager Mícheál Donoghue was delighted with his team’s win over Kilkenny in the Leinster Hurling Championship, 3-20 to 2-22 in Nowlan Park on Sunday. Donoghue’s side travel to Dublin on Saturday, knowing a win or a draw will book them a place in the Leinster Final.
The visitors crossed the try line after two minutes of play when leading competition points scorer Carlin Anderson crossed over to score.The Hunters responded immediately through enforcer David Loko, who sliced through the defence to score under the posts.Buoyed on by a vocal home crowd of 6,768, the Hunters grabbed their second four-pointer through fullback Stargroth Amean, who scored in similar fashion to the first try.The points continued to come easy with Boas kicking a penalty followed by another try to Amean in the 29th and Willie Minoga in the 33rd.This brought the score to 26-4 at the break.Amean got a hat trick when he opened the scoring in the second half from a Boas kick.It was a miserable afternoon for the Blackhawks, who were unable to stop the onslaught.The Hunters scored two more times through Gahuna Silas in the 58th and then a special from Watson Boas who ran 50 metres to score five minutes out from full time.The man of the match was awarded to Amean. read more
Up-and-coming Belgium are fourth ahead of their northern Neighbours the Netherlands while the humiliated World Cup hosts Brazil round off the year in a respectable sixth.Euro 2016 hosts France are seventh as Didier Deschamps’ solid team continue to impress while World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal are level with them.After years atop the heap, Spain end 2014 in ninth, but look to be in fine health with 2015 coming into view.Finally Luis Suarez’s Uruguay have done enough to climb back into tenth for the year end rankings.There have been some interesting changes in the composition of the top 50 over the course of the year. Of the confederations, this year’s winners are Europe (with 30 teams in the top 50, up 4) and Africa (11 teams, up 2), while CONMEBOL (6 teams), CONCACAF (3) and the AFC (0) all have two teams fewer in the top 50 than last year.The AFC has dropped out of the top 50 altogether, and the OFC are also unrepresented. The best-ranked teams by confederation are Germany (1st), Argentina (2nd), Costa Rica (16th), Algeria (18th), Iran (51st) and New Zealand (134th).FIFA standings:1. Germany, 2. Argentina, 3 Colombia, 4 Belgium, 5. Netherlands, 6. Brazil, 7. France, 7. Portugal, 9. Spain, 10. Uruguay. Kenya 116 0Shares0000ZURICH, December 18- World champions Germany comfortably top the pile of the FIFA national team rankings revealed Thursday despite a slump in form since their rampant campaign in Brazil as Kenya underwhelming year saw them slip down two places to 116.The top three remain unchanged since September with Lionel Messi’s beaten World Cup finalists Argentina second and Colombia in third in the final rankings of 2014. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) read more
House prices in Donegal have shown a sharp rise in the first part of 2015..The price of an average three bedroom semi detached house in Co Donegal has risen by 3.45% to €75,000 in the first three months of the year.It means an overall rise of 5.63% in the past six months, according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance. The Real Estate Alliance Average house index concentrates on Ireland’s typical stock home, the three-bed semi, giving a picture of the property market in towns and cities countrywide.It now takes seven weeks to sell the average house in Bundoran, compared to 12 weeks in September 2014, where the rise in sterling has been a contributory factor in a 7.69% rise in prices in the first three months of the year to an average of €70,000.“The affordable end of the market is extremely busy with strong demand for homes priced up to €100,000,” said Michael McElhinney from REA McElhinney in Bundoran.“We see a shortage of supply at this end but the market remains quite buoyant and this is reflecting the sterling exchange rate.” According to Paul McElhinney from REA McElhinney in Milford: “There is still strong interest in three bed semis, with our average price at €80,000, and although supply has eased up, there is still a steady stream and demand has kept pace.“As a result prices are stabilised rather than rising although over the course of the year we may see a slight increase.”The average semi detached house nationally, including Dublin, now costs €187,153 the latest REA survey has found – a rise of 16.23% over the past 12 months.However, the average house has risen by just 1.32%, or €7,005, across the country over the December 2014 figure of €184,713 – and the lack of a supply of suitable housing is a feature of the market across the country.“There is an acute lack of supply of three-bedroom family homes because it is still not financially viable in many areas for builders to construct homes and make a profit,” said REA Chief Executive Philip Farrell. “In country and commuter areas where the average value is below €200,000, supply of new homes will remain reduced even if lands become available due to profitability issues for developers who need houses to sell for above that mark.“This is caused by the current high cost of construction which is exacerbated by the significant taxes which are payable on a new home (28% of the cost) and the recently increased building regulations.“DONEGAL HOUSES PRICES SHOW SHARP RISE FOR START OF 2015 was last modified: April 20th, 2015 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:donegalfor saleHOUSE PRICES read more
Listen back to some of the highlights of another top week on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.Sir Geoff Hurst was a studio guest on Monday and discussed England’s miserable Euro 2016 campaign and the FA’s search for a new manager.Plus, another top guest, former Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given, explained why Roberto Mancini would NOT be the right man to succeed Roy Hodgson.There was also a very special celebration of American independence and another hilarious edition of Alan Answers! read more
Arsenal and West Ham target Alexandre Lacazette will decide on his future at the end of this season.The striker almost left Lyon in the summer after strong interest from both Arsenal and the Hammers.However, all approaches from the Premier League pair were rejected as they failed to meet the Frenchman’s asking price.Arsenal and West Ham – and other suitors – could return for Lacazette next summer and he has now revealed he will evaluate his options then.“We will see next June what presents itself and what will offer us the best,” Lacazette told Le Progres.“Loads of names of great clubs have circulated and that makes me happy. I will have to think. This summer, there were some very interesting offers.“But the president, for the good of the club, said no. And I understand that. It might be the opposite in the future.“He will understand that an offer could be important for the club. I am happy at Lyon. We will see this summer.” Alexandre Lacazette in action for Lyon 1 read more
Everton host Arsenal at Sunday afternoon in what is a must-win game for both teams.The Toffees have won just two of their eight Premier League matches this season, and manager Ronald Koeman remains under severe pressure following Thursday’s failure to defeat Lyons in the Europa League.Arsenal are faring slightly better, but the defeat at the hands of Watford last weekend has made it three losses in eight matches and the Gunners are already 12 points behind leaders Manchester City.Questions about Arsene Wenger’s position remain, though he is not at the same risk of losing his job as Koeman.So, who has been selected for the clash at Goodison Park? The confirmed teams can be seen, in full, below…Confirmed line-ups:Everton XI: Pickford, Keane, Jagielka, Williams, Gueye, Kenny, Sigurdsson, Vlasic, Baines, Rooney, Calvert-LewinSubstitutes: Mirallas, Martina, Klaassen, Davies, Lookman, Robles, NiasseArsenal XI: Cech, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Monreal, Bellerin, Ramsey, Xhaka, Kolasinac, Ozil, Sanchez, LacazetteSubsitutes: Wilshere, Giroud, Walcott, Holding, Iwobi, Coquelin, Macey. 1 Everton v Arsenal confirmed line-ups read more
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