Σάββατο, 22 Φεβρουαρίου 2020

Wiseman bemoans NCAA punishment as 'unfair'

In his first interview since leaving school, James Wiseman told ESPN that he cried every night in his Memphis dormitory room during his turbulent episode with the NCAA over rules violations that Wiseman insists he hadn't been aware occurred.

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London Central Mosque stabbing: Man charged

Daniel Horton, 29, is accused of attacking a worshipper in his 70s during afternoon prayers.

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New blue British passport rollout to begin in March

They will begin to replace the current burgundy passports, following the UK's departure from the EU.

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Report: Lakers to Waive DeMarcus Cousins Ahead of Stretch Run

February 22, 2020 at 02:26AM

Cousins signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal in July but suffered a torn left ACL in August

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Lakers are waiving big man DeMarcus Cousins, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne. 

Cousins signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal in July but suffered a torn left ACL in August and has been rehabbing throughout the 2019-20 season.

He averaged 16.3 points and 8.2 rebounds last year in 30 regular-season games with the Warriors. Golden State signed Cousins to a one-year, $5.3 million deal in 2018 while he was recovering from a torn left Achilles.

Cousins recently appeared as a guest on Showtime's "All the Smoke" podcast with hosts Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, where he discussed what his possible postseason role would look like.

"We got a big team. It's going to be some bump, for sure," he said. "We got so many guys with different abilities. I mean, I can spot up. Bron is going to draw everybody whenever he decides to move. I'm pretty confident I can knock down the shot. We got shooters all over the floor. I mean, I can playmake. Like, it's pick your poison."

LeBron James also recently weighed in on Cousins' status.

"Listen, first, his health is the thing we're mostly engaging in and watching him. And he's progressed every single day, every single month," he said after practice Thursday. "To the point where he was limping and now he's actually shooting and actually jumping on the jump shots, and progressing every single day, every single week. He's out there right now, getting his work done.

"We want to continue to stay optimistic about his health. We don't want no setbacks, as he's had before in the last couple years. But his health is most important, and if we can get Cuz anywhere back to what he was capable of doing a couple years ago, it's a plus for us. But there's no pressure on him."

Over the summer, a warrant had been issued for the arrest of Cousins on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge in Mobile, Ala. But the charges of third-degree harassing communications and a misdemeanor case were dismissed in November.

The Lakers are reportedly in the process of bringing in Markieff Morris to shore up their rotation. 

The 41-12 Lakers come out of the All-Star break on Friday night when they host the Grizzlies. 

Manchester City-Leicester City Preview

February 22, 2020 at 02:00AM

It is Champions League or bust this year for Manchester City as the two-time Premier League champions operate under the cloud of a potential two-year ban from European competition handed down last week by UEFA.

Looking to get into a rhythm ahead of their midweek round of 16 tie versus Real Madrid, the Cityzens face Leicester City in a showdown of top-three teams in the Premier League.

The Premier League title is a lost cause for City (17-3-6), who are 22 points adrift of champions-elect Liverpool with 12 matches remaining and their closest pursuers. Pep Guardiola's side can still achieve a domestic cup double for the second straight season, looking to win the Carabao Cup for a third consecutive year while also reaching the fifth round of the FA Cup.

But it is Ol' Big Ears that remains City's elusive white whale since Sheikh Mansour bought the team in 2008. His millions have fueled the rise of City to an elite football club in Europe, but some of those millions are the reasons UEFA claim the Manchester club have operated above the Financial Fair Play laws, leading to Friday's stunning announcement from the federation headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.

Club CEO Ferran Soriano has said the team will appeal the ruling to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland, and released a video statement through the team Thursday in which he said, "The owner has not put money in this club that has not been properly declared.

"We are a sustainable football club, we are profitable, we don't have debt, our accounts have been scrutinised many times, by auditors, by regulators, by investors and this is perfectly clear."

On the pitch Wednesday against West Ham United, City played the part of a team who have closed ranks and embraced the us versus the world mentality given the circumstances. Guardiola's side dispatched of the East London side 2-0 as Kevin De Bruyne set up a goal by Rodri on the half-hour before adding the second just after the hour.

De Bruyne's corner kick Rodri flicked inside the right post was his Premier League-leading 16th assist, two off his career best set in 2016-17. The Belgium international is on pace to shatter Thierry Henry's single-season record of 20 established with Arsenal in 2002-03.

Ever the perfectionist, though, De Bruyne felt his team could have done better coming out of the midseason break as their showdown at the Bernabeu with the 11-time European champions looms Wednesday.

"It was OK," the star midfielder told City's official website. "I think we saw its' been three weeks without football and we felt a little bit of rustiness, but we played a good game.

"We still have a lot to play for with the two cups and Champions League so let's hope we can find rhythm as quickly as possible and win some titles."

The two matches this week also serve as a boost for the match fitness of centre back Aymeric Laporte, who is expected to play his third match since a lengthy spell on the sidelines with a knee injury. He became the first player in Premier League history to be part of 43 wins in his first 50 matches.

To a degree, City's ban is Leicester's boom as the Midlands side have a far bigger margin of error if CAS do indeed uphold the UEFA decision. The Foxes (15-5-6) are four points behind City for second but nine clear of Chelsea for fourth in their best season since their dream run to the Premier League title in 2016.

Brendan Rodgers' side have played to draws on either side of the midseason break, including a scoreless deadlock at fellow European hopefuls Wolverhampton on Friday. Leicester City held out for the point despite playing the final 14 minutes with 10 men after Hamza Choudhury was given his walking papers following a second booking.

Choudhury will serve his ban in this match, but the midfield is further thinned with the absence of defensive ace Wilfred Ndidi, whom Rodgers ruled out of this contest with a knee injury that sidelined him the previous two league fixtures.

"Wilf won't be available for the weekend," the gaffer told the club's official website. "He's still in a process to try and get fit so we'll see how he is next week. I'm not sure.

"He's doing work inside, but you then have to progress that to outside and then when he can join the team. It's another intensity to join the team and then to play."

Defender Ryan Bennett could be tipped for his Leicester City debut as the January loanee from Wolves was ineligible to face his parent club. A candidate to fill the gaps in central midfield is Matty James, who has yet to feature this season as he recovers from an Achilles injury.

Looking to get back on the goal-scoring prowl is veteran striker Jamie Vardy, who has 17 goals and leads Manchester City counterpart Sergio Aguero by one for the league's Golden Boot. Vardy last billowed the net in the reverse fixture at the Etihad in December, staking Leicester to a short-lived lead in a 3-1 defeat.

Vardy has six goals in 13 lifetime matches against Manchester City, while Aguero has five in nine versus the Midlands club, including a four-goal effort in the 2017-18 season. Vardy's one-time strike partner and current Manchester winger Riyad Mahrez could be in line for a start with David Silva likely to be held out with a hamstring injury to try and make him available to face Real Madrid.

Manchester City have not done the double over Leicester City since 2014-15 but are 5-2-1 in the last eight meetings in all competitions. They have just one win in their last six visits (1-3-2), however, to King Power Stadium.

Aston Villa-Southampton Preview

February 22, 2020 at 02:00AM

After rising from the depth of the drop zone to flirting with a top-half position, the last thing Southampton need is to start sliding again. Perhaps a visit from Aston Villa will help avoid that from happening.

The Saints look to prevent a third consecutive Premier League defeat on Saturday by doing the double over a visiting Villa side who have just one win since New Year's Day.

There was a time not too long ago that Southampton (9-4-13) were mired in the relegation zone and manager Ralph Hasenhuttl might have been in danger of a sacking thanks to an 0-2-6 rut. The Saints, though, followed with a 6-1-2 stretch that breathed new life into the club.

Currently, Southampton sit 12th in the table, but have lost three of the last four - including the last two at runaway-league leaders Liverpool and at home versus Burnley. Danny Ings' career-high 15th Premier League goal leveled last weekend's match at Burnley in the 18th minute, but the visitors prevailed with a goal on 60 minutes to earn the 2-1 triumph.

"It's a reminder that if we want to continue to win games in the Premier League, we have to do better than (last weekend)," defender Jannik Vestergaard told Southampton's official website. "I think we should have at least got a point."

The Saints got a full three points from their 3-1 victory over Aston Villa on Dec. 21. Ings netted a brace and Jack Stephens also scored in that contest.

Villa (7-4-15) enter this contest 17th in the Premier League table, one point and one position above the relegation zone. They dropped their second straight contest last weekend, 3-2 at Spurs. It appeared the Villans would at least earn a point until Tottenham stunned the home crowd with the go-ahead goal via Heung-Min Son in the 94th minute to claim the victory.

Aston Villa are amid a 1-1-3 stretch since Jan. 1, and have won just four times within the Premier League since Oct. 19. However, Villa know there is no use in feeling sorry for themselves, especially after last weekend's frustrating finish.

"We have to take the positives as a team, we showed a great performance," keeper Pepe Reina told Aston Villa's official website. "We believe in the three points all the time and that's the only way to keep Villa (in the Premier League). We believe in that."

Jack Grealish, who has a team-leading seven league goals for Villa, recorded one versus Southampton in December and added his sixth assist last weekend against Tottenham.

Newcastle United-Crystal Palace Preview

February 22, 2020 at 02:00AM

A pair of teams trying to claim three vital points to distance themselves from the relegation scrap collide at Selhurst Park on Saturday when Crystal Palace host Newcastle United.

Roy Hodgson's side enter this contest 14th on 30 points, one back of Newcastle and six clear of the drop with 12 matches remaining. Given the compressed nature of the Premier League table this term, Crystal Palace (7-9-10) are also just nine games out of sixth place, a position that potentially offers direct entry into the Europa League next season pending Manchester City's appeal of their two-year ban on European competition handed down by UEFA last week to the Court of Arbitration of Sport.

Palace, though, are in a wretched run of form in league play - they have dropped three on the trot, are winless in their last seven (0-4-3) and have one victory in their last 11 (1-6-4) while scoring just nine goals in that stretch. The Eagles have a Premier League-low 23 goals and have failed to score more than two in any match across all competitions this season.

The Eagles had their midseason break last weekend, which may have come at an opportune time considering their last contest was a 3-1 defeat at Everton on Feb. 8. The usual offensive struggles were exacerbated by rare defensive breakdowns as Palace conceded more than two goals for just the second time all season.

The team took to Dubai for warm-weather training, with centre back Mamadou Sakho, midfielder Jeffrey Schlupp, and January signing Cenk Tosun all partaking. Midfielder James Tomkins, though, could miss out on this match after being forced off in the second half against Everton with a hamstring injury.

Despite the current struggles, club chairman Steve Parrish gave the 72-year-old Hodgson a vote of confidence Thursday, offering the former England national coach a new contract. Hodgson's current deal expires at the end of next season, but Parrish told Sky Sports "We are very relaxed about it, I think we will get that done in the fullness of time."

This matchup is also a case of the movable object meeting the resistable force given the teams' respective forms. Crystal Palace have tallied just 10 goals in their 13 matches at Selhurst Park while Newcastle United have shipped a league-worst 28 in their travels outside St James' Park in league play.

The Magpies (8-7-11) are coming off one of those disastrous road efforts, a 4-0 hiding administered by Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday. Two goals came three minutes apart in the second half before the hour, and the scoreline was fattened with a pair of stoppage-time goals allowed by Steve Bruce's club.

Despite the loss, newcomer Danny Rose is trying to rally his teammates to bounce back ahead of a winnable stretch of schedule that includes Burnley and Southampton and a fifth-round FA Cup tie versus West Bromwich Albion.

"Looking at the fixtures, I think there's only (Manchester) City, Liverpool (and Tottenham) out of the so-called top six who we're playing against," the former Spurs defender told Newcastle's official website. "All the other games are teams that we are going to be in and around us. We can achieve anything that we set our minds to and that has to be the spirit and everybody's mindset in winning as many games as possible.

"That's going to be my mindset. I come from a club that is used to winning, week in week out. That's always been our attitude and I hope I can install that here. I haven't come here to lose games; I've come here to win and to be part of something special."

Newcastle have gone back-to-back matches without a goal and have one victory in their last eight league matches (1-3-4). The Toons are also winless in their last five on the road (0-2-3), yielding 11 goals in those contests.

The Magpies are seeking the league double after posting a 1-0 home victory Dec. 21. Miguel Almiron's first goal with Newcastle since his arrival in January 2019 separated the sides as the Paraguay international struck seven minutes from time.

Newcastle have enjoyed the upper hand in this rivalry in the Premier League era with a 12-5-3 mark in all competitions. Despite going winless in their last four visits to Selhurst Park, the Magpies have taken at least one point in all but one of their previous 10 matches there (6-3-1).

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Brighton & Hove Albion-Sheffield United Preview

February 22, 2020 at 02:00AM

Earning a Champions League berth next season is hardly a stretch for upstart Sheffield United to accomplish during a memorable return to the Premier League.

With that goal in mind, the Blades eye a third consecutive top-flight victory Saturday against a visiting Brighton & Hove Albion side that is still searching for their first victory of 2020.

Back in the top-flight of English football for the first time since 2006-07, Sheffield United (10-9-7) have more than held their own. The Blades currently sit sixth in the table - just one point behind fifth-place Tottenham Hotspur and two back of Chelsea, who are fourth entering this match-day.

Thus, a European spot - specifically the Champions League - is well within reach for the hungry Blades, who won't deny that feat is on their collective mind.

"Yeah, it's definitely an opportunity," midfielder Ollie Norwood told United's official website. "We've put ourselves in a great position and it'd be silly to say we as a squad haven't spoke about it. We've dreamed of it and thought, 'Can we be that team that gets in there?'"

The way they've played this season certainly gives them confidence to achieve that. Following a 1-2-3 record throughout the festive period and shortly after, United have won their last two matches at Crystal Palace and in dramatic fashion over Bournemouth at home on Feb. 9.

In the latter, Billy Sharp leveled the match at 1-1 late in the first half and John Lundstram (four league goals) delivered the go-ahead score in the 84th minute to give the hosts a 2-1 victory.

Sheffield now look to match their season-high three-game Premier League winning streak that concluded with a 1-0 victory at Brighton on Dec. 21. A goal from Oliver McBurnie (four goals) in the 23rd minute was all the Blades needed to prevail.

Though United should feel confident they can do the double considering Brighton (6-9-11) are 15th in the table and 0-4-2 since beating Bournemouth on Dec. 28, Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder does not want his club, or their supporters, thinking this fixture will be a romp through the park.

"Brighton are an extremely tough opposition," Wilder, who could very well be offering some token coach-speak, said. "They're a well-drilled, established side. It'll be as tough as it gets."

The Seagulls have drawn each of their last two league matches, 3-3 at West Ham United on Feb. 1 and 1-1 with Watford on Feb. 8. They've won just twice on the road this season, and not since stunning Arsenal at the Emirates on Dec. 5.

Adrian Mariappa's own goal in the 78th minute leveled the match with Watford and helped Brighton earn a point.

"It is not easy if you are 1-0 or 2-0 down at half-time in the Premier League, but you can still react," forward Leandro Trossard told Brighton's official website. "We maybe could have beaten (Watford), but it's something we have to keep in mind heading into the next game."

Brighton's Neal Maupay has a team-leading seven Premier League goals, but none in his last eight contests.

Bournemouth-Burnley Preview

February 22, 2020 at 02:00AM

Whilst Burnley look to move into the top half of the Premier League table, Bournemouth must do all they can to avoid a spot in the drop zone.

Burnley aim to extend their Premier League unbeaten run to five games by doing the season double over the Cherries on Saturday at Turf Moor.

The Clarets (10-4-12) enter this weekend 11th in the league table, but tied on 34 points with 10th-place Arsenal. A victory on Saturday and some good fortune elsewhere around the top-flight could have Burnley sitting eighth by the time the action has concluded.

"It's still too early to look at the table, really," Burnley keeper Nick Pope told the club's official website. "When you get into April with five or six games left, then you can really see from there where you might be able to finish. But, it's an exciting time to be around and see where the season could go."

It's gone quite well of late for the Clarets, who have outscored their opponents 6-2 during a stretch that reached 3-1-0 after a 2-1 victory at Southampton last Saturday. Ashley Westwood needed just two minutes to open the scoring and Matej Vydra broke the 1-all tie in the 60th for Burnley.

The four-match surge without a defeat ties the longest such stretch this season in the league for the Clarets, who credit maintaining their collective confidence for the good times.

"When you're on a good run and confidence is high, you want to protect that and look after it," Pope said. "Confidence is a hard thing to get hold of. It's easy to speak about when you've got it, but if it was easy to get hold of or that easy to get back, everyone would have it and it would be a level playing field.

"But it's not like that. There's no magic formula. You've got to earn it through hard work and persistence to grapple it back."

Burnley should boast plenty of confidence whilst trying for a fourth straight Premier League victory over Bournemouth (7-5-14), who have been outscored 8-1 over the previous three meetings. Westwood assisted on Jay Rodriguez's memorable winner in the 89th minute of the Clarets' 1-0 road triumph over Bournemouth on Dec. 21.

The Cherries are currently 16th in the table, two spots and two points from the relegation zone. They had won two in a row before falling 2-1 at Sheffield United on Feb. 9. Callum Wilson scored his seventh of the season in the 13th minute for Bournemouth, but Billy Sharp leveled the match just before half and the eventual Sheffield winner came via John Lundstram in the 84th.

It was a fourth consecutive league road defeat for the Cherries, who have just one win over their last 10 top-flight contests away from home. Wilson, meanwhile, has just one goal in six career Premier League games versus Burnley.

Four of Rodriguez's seven goals over all competition have come in the top-flight. However, he has just one in seven within the league since scoring at Bournemouth in December.

Tottenham Hotspur-Chelsea Preview

February 22, 2020 at 02:00AM

A London derby with plenty at stake takes place Saturday at Stamford Bridge, where one-time Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho makes the short trek south with his current club, Tottenham Hotspur.

Mourinho has been on the visitors' side of the touchline previously, having absorbed three losses in four contests at Stamford Bridge without a victory while in charge of Manchester United. That included a blow-up during the 2017-18 season when then-Chelsea assistant Marco Ianni celebrated a late equaliser close to the United bench, prompting Mourinho to give chase before security intervened.

A three-time Premier League winner with Chelsea, there are no title hopes at stake for either side given Liverpool are champions-elect, but both the Pensioners and Lilywhites are vying for either the final two or the last of the four Champions League spots pending Manchester City's appeal to the Court of Arbitration of Sport for the two-year ban from European competition handed down by UEFA last Friday.

Spurs (11-7-8) are one point behind Chelsea for fourth in the table, and both sides are well behind the two-time champions, who are in second place. All three squads are currently in Europe's top club competition in the knockout round, though Tottenham Hotspur come to the Bridge on the heels of a 1-0 home loss Wednesday to Red Bull Leipzig.

Ben Davies tripped Konrad Laimer early in the second half and Timo Werner made Spurs play by converting the penalty on 58 minutes for a critical away goal. The result, which ended a seven-match unbeaten run in all competitions (5-2-0), left Spurs with a difficult task in a fortnight when they visit Saxony for the second leg in their bid for a second consecutive Champions League final.

"1-0 is 1-0, it's not 10-0, the result is open, it's as simple as that," said a surprisingly upbeat Mourinho considering his squad was second-best for most of the match. "We wouldn't be the first team to lose a game at home 1-0 and to win the tie away. Why shouldn't we believe?

"You can tell me we had luck in some moments, I disagree. We had a great goalkeeper who made two magnificent saves and that is not luck, that is an amazing goalkeeper. Their goalkeeper also made a couple of fantastic saves. We had our chances and we tried everything we could."

Finding goals for the return encounter and this contest could prove troublesome for Spurs, who are without their top two scorers in talisman Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son, both injured. Mourinho opted for a 4-4-2 look versus Leipzig, though Lucas Moura and Dele Alli failed to create many clear-cut chances.

In fact, the best chance of the match fell to Giovani Lo Celso, whose potential equaliser on a 30-yard free kick was touched onto the post by keeper Peter Gulasci.

This match starts a run of four league contests for Tottenham against clubs who are part of an eight-side scrum separated by seven points in the table for at least three European spots based on league finish. It is a run that also includes Mourinho's first trip back to Old Trafford since being sacked in December 2018.

Chelsea's Champions League campaign resumes next week at home versus German side Bayern Munich, but they are also looking to rebound from a disheartening home loss - a 2-0 reversal to Manchester United at home Monday.

Blues boss Frank Lampard could feel aggrieved at a series of VAR calls that went against his club, most notably United defender Harry Maguire avoiding a red card when his cleat caught striker Michy Batshuayi in the groin area after he had tumbled to the pitch. The bigger call, though, was an equaliser by Kurt Zouma being chalked off after video replays saw a foul on Cesar Azpilicueta.

The third call was a more straightforward one, with Olivier Giroud's late marker wiped off for offsides. Yet even with those calls against them, United were more clinical in their finishing as both Anthony Martial and Maguire scored on either side of halftime on a pair of headers.

"After two months not playing, I felt very good on the pitch with a lot of energy and determination," said Giroud to Chelsea's official website after his first league minutes since Nov. 30. 'I scored a nice goal from a nice cross and I just tried to stay behind [Harry] Maguire but I was half a foot offside.

"It's very frustrating because it could have changed the game but obviously we made two mistakes on two goals and we need to improve on that."

Giroud likely will be in a reserve role again as first-choice striker Tammy Abraham should be available after being held out Monday to continue recovering from a niggling ankle injury. Also unsettled for a third straight match for Lampard is his goalkeeper.

He gave Willy Caballero a second consecutive start between the sticks, and the Argentina international again failed to distinguish himself by conceding twice for the second straight match. It also contributed to Chelsea's continued inconsistent form at home - the Pensioners have just 18 points from their 13 matches at Stamford Bridge, going 5-3-5.

While Abrham is set to return, Christian Pulisic is likely to miss an eighth straight contest with a muscle injury.

Chelsea are seeking their first league double over Spurs in 14 seasons, winning the reverse fixture 2-0 in December on a first-half brace by Willian. Stamford Bridge remains a house of horrors for Tottenham, whose lone win in 28 visits across all competitions in the Premier League era (1-9-18) was a 3-1 victory in April 2018.

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Ricky John Best and Taliesin Namkai-Meche were stabbed to death after they stood up for two teen girls who were being harassed by the white supremacist.


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