If Shumpert has to sit again, it will be J.R. Smith and Matthew Dellavedova earning extended minutes. Related TopicsCavsIman ShumpertTyronn Lue Matt Loede The Cavs are getting ready to take on the team that’s looking up at them in the standings for the best record in the East tonight, as they take on the 38-18 Toronto Raptors in Toronto.The Raptors are three games back of the Cavaliers, who come into action at 41-15 after a win on Wednesday over Charlotte at home.The team already has announced they will be without guard Mo Williams, who is staying back for the two weekend games to get treatment on his knee, and now it looks like the team may still be without guard Iman Shumpert.Shumpert, who has played in 31 games this season putting up 6.1 points per game, may have to sit as he continues to try and get back on the court with a shoulder issue that’s forced him to miss the last three games. Shump says that he’s not so sure that he’s going to be able to go, while coach Tyronn Lue says he thinks he will be able to go.Hmmmm…. Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.
Related TopicsBrownsIndiansNFL Draft Welcome everyone to the first installment of Six Pack of Random. My name is Josh Jeffi and I am one of the host of Sports on Tap, which is a podcast that is part of the NEO Sports Insiders Network. Few things about me. I have a wife and three daughters. I enjoy pro wrestling, BBQ, and beer to the point where I make my own. And of course I am a sports fan, a die-hard Cleveland fan. So enough with introductions, what is Six Pack of Random? This will be a weekly column that will be posted every Friday and I will basically just give you my thoughts on six random topics. I know, groundbreaking stuff. So without further ado, please enjoy the first ever edition of Six Pack of Random.1. WrestleMania – I really enjoyed WrestleMania last Sunday. Like always, it was an outstanding spectacle. The matches themselves were Mania quality. You can tell every superstar upped their game for the show of shows. What I enjoy even more about WrestleMania is the Raw the following Monday. The crowd never disappoints and it’s a reset for storylines. To be honest, not too thrilled about Reigns vs Styles, but I will give it a chance. And please WWE, give Dolph Ziggler a championship. He is a great performer and constantly puts guys over.2. Cavs – I need the playoffs to get here…fast. This team is in “chill mode” right now and I’m ok with that. Admittedly this team is so annoying because of the drama but when I start to get really irritated, I just think of how it was without LBJ and how fun it is to be a title contender. I am really looking forward to see how a healthy, focused Cavs team will play in the playoffs. Until then, I will maybe watch 10 minutes of the remaining games and gear up for a long playoff run.3. Indians – I love the tribe this year. I am not going to give a prediction but if they can hit consistently to go along with the pitching, good things will happen. Now when it comes to the Dolans, I’m not as impressed. If the team is in contention, will they make a move? People, lets start going to the ballpark. Progressive Field is a great stadium and now it has even more renovations that are impressive. It is one of the best values in Pro Sports. Go to the ballpark and enjoy what I think will be a great team and season.4. Browns – I am going into 2016 with a clean slate. I was so detached from this team by the end of the 2015 season that I just needed a break. I really like what has beenm done so far. Hue Jackson is the confident and competent football guy that the organization has needed for some time. The team needs to rebuild the correct way. With the coach, the quarterback, and through the draft. They have the coach. Hopefully they will draft the QB and they need to hit with the other picks in the draft. I am in a total wait and see mode with this team, but I do like the direction they seem to be going. Disclaimer, I have felt the same way about the other regimes so I am not 100% on board. The Browns need to prove it. I know that will take atleast 2-3 years but it needs to be that way.5. MOCK DRAFT 1.0 – Since the draft is a few weeks away I figured I would do a top 5 mock. Why not, everyone has a mock. Right?Titans: Leremy Tunsil – If they keep the pick, they need to protect Marcus Mariotta. I can also see them going after Jalen Ramsey, who is a Nashville native.Browns: Jared Goff – He is Hue’s guy, in my opinion, and he is most ready to play. It makes no difference they signed RGIII. They need a QB of the future. If Goff is gone, Ramsey is the pickChargers: Jalen Ramsey – They get the best player in the DraftCowboys: Carson Wentz – It’s Jerry being Jerry. The surprise of the top 10. Bosa is also a possibility.Jaguars: Joey Bosa – The Jags take what many people feel is one of the top players in the draft.6. Driving – If you are driving in a car and somebody lets you out or through, please wave and thank them. It’s one of my biggest annoyances when somebody does not wave when I let them go or them them out.Please make sure you give our podcast, Sports on Tap, a listen and make sure you follow us on Twitter @SOTPodcast. Thanks for reading. See you next week with another six pack! CHEERS! Josh Jeffi
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Related TopicsElyria CathoicFairview Warriors It’s a dream for most young basketball players to get a chance to play ball on the same court as the likes of LeBron James and Steph Curry.Wednesday afternoon, the boys varsity teams from Elyria Catholic and Fairview got that chance, as the two teams did battle in a game at Quicken Loans Arena prior to the Cavs home game against the Miami Heat.The result was a win for the Warriors, as they topped the Panthers by a final of 65-47, moving to 6-1 on the season.The loss for Elyria Catholic puts them at 4-5 on the year. Jared Logan led the Panthers in the setback with 13 points to go along with eight rebounds. Nate Damron had seven points in the loss for the Panthers, with all seven of those points coming in the fourth quarter.The Panthers had a 23-21 lead at the half, before the Warriors were able to take over in the second half outscoring Elyria Catholic 44-24 over the final two periods. Luke Howes led Fairview with 18 points in the win, Martin Lowry put in 16 for the Warriors.Justin Younkin had a big second half effort with 11 points, including a couple of three’s along the way.The Warriors had four players total in double digits in the win. Fairview will be back in action on Friday night as they battle the Clearview Clippers. EC will be at home on Sunday for a showdown with St.Ignatius. @tapbp recaps the @ECHSAthletics vs @FPWarriorSports boys bb game from the Q Wed aft in the Dr Karen Kramer post game video. Fairview won 65-47. Please watch and retweet! pic.twitter.com/H7D5x1A2Pv— AM930WEOL (@AM930WEOL) January 2, 2019 Matt Loede
Jason Woodward led the way for Mark Tainton’s side with a 21-point haul – four penalties, two conversions and one of the tries of the season – while Mitch Eadie touched down early in the first half. But they couldn’t quite shift a powerful Saints side, who crossed four times through Tom Wood, Louis Picamoles, JJ Hanrahan and Mikey Haywood for a bonus-point win.What happened?The form of Jason Woodward and Tom Varndell has been key to Bristol’s recent revival and the pair picked up where they had left off at Sale last week in the opening minutes, as Woodward glided outside his man and into the Saints’ 22 – but his offload was marginally behind the winger, who was shunted into touch.But the move didn’t end there as Tuohy rose highest at the resulting lineout to gift Bristol possession, but when referee Andrew Jackson awarded the visitors a penalty, Woodward’s kick drifted wide.Saints though, soon sprung into life with George North the catalyst – the Welshman returning a kick with interest, shunting off Hurrell in centre-field and racing clear. Foden’s prod through then forced Cliff to carry the ball over his own line and from the scrum that followed, Louis Picamoles bundled over from close range, with Myler adding the conversion.EADIE DOES IT: Mitch Eadie dots down for Bristol’s first try at Franklin’s Gardens (Photo: JMP UK). Woodward’s second attempt at goal was a marked improvement on his first as he got Bristol on the board from 25 metres – and the visitors then registered their first try of the afternoon, as Mitch Eadie took advantage of Wallace’s surge down the right to power over from five metres having collected Nick Fenton-Wells’ perfectly-timed pass.Woodward then extended Bristol’s lead to 13-7 with a monstrous 50-metre kick on the half-hour mark, but the lead lasted only six minutes as Mikey Haywood rounded off a spell of Saints pressure with his side’s second try courtesy of a driving maul. Myler’s conversion gave Saints a one-point lead at the break.They were at it again early in the second half – and it was that man Picamoles at the heart of it, shaking off three would-be tacklers before finding Tom Wood for a run-in to the line, with Myler’s conversion was never in doubt.Bristol responded, as they have done so many times in recent weeks, with Woodward firing over a penalty to narrow the gap to five points on 50 minutes.And they soon went one better with one of the tries of the season, as Woodward’s chip ahead from inside his own 22 bounced kindly for Varndell – and the Kiwi rejoined the action to collect the winger’s inside pass and coast in from 50 metres before adding the conversion.SUPER JAS: Jason Woodward slides in for one of the tries of the season in the second half (Photo: JMP UK).But back came Saints – straight from the kick-off – with JJ Hanrahan charging down Cliff’s clearance and sliding in for the score. Myler squandered the conversion, but Woodward made no such mistake with his next kick – a penalty from 40 metres – to level the scores at 26-26 on 65 minutes.Myler nudged the hosts back in front with a penalty from just outside the 22, after Hurrell was penalised at the breakdown – and that was followed by a Harry Mallinder drop goal as Saints built a six-point lead in the closing stages.The hosts then pushed on for fifth try, but they were met by a resilient Bristol defence – and when Dickson kicked the ball into the stand, the visitors had held on for a vital losing bonus-point.Key moment:Jason Woodward’s length of the field effort had given Bristol a two-point lead on 58 minutes, but Saints’ immediate response from JJ Hanrahan – who charged down Will Cliff’s kick straight from kick-off – saw momentum shift back in the home side’s favour.Photo of the match:ELATED: Jason Woodward celebrates his second half try with the travelling Bristol support (Photo: JMP UK). Man of the match: Jason WoodwardA quite outstanding individual performance from Woodward, who followed up last weekend’s showing at Sale with another eye-catching display. The Kiwi finished with a 21-point haul and touched down for a memorable try at Franklin’s Gardens. Class. Social media post of the day:The teams:Bristol Rugby: Jason Woodward; Jack Wallace, Thretton Palamo (Arscott 69), Will Hurrell, Tom Varndell; Adrian Jarvis (Searle 62), Will Cliff (Williams 62); Kyle Traynor (Bevington 62), Rob Hawkins (Crumpton 58), Jamal Ford-Robinson (Cortes 62), Dan Tuohy, Ben Glynn (Sorenson 58), Nick Fenton-Wells (Lam 65), Olly Robinson (c), Mitch Eadie.Replacements: Max Crumpton, Ryan Bevington, Gaston Cortes, Mark Sorenson, Jack Lam, Rhodri Williams, Billy Searle, Luke Arscott.Northampton Saints: Ben Foden, Jamie Elliott (Estelles 12), Luther Burrell, JJ Hanrahan (Mallinder 65), George North, Stephen Myler, Nic Groom (Dickson 69); Alex Waller (Clare 67), Mikey Haywood, Kieran Brookes, Courtney Lawes, Christian Day (Craig 67), Tom Wood (capt), Teimana Harrison, Louis Picamoles (Gibson 65).Replacements: Charlie Clare, Ethan Waller, Paul Hill, James Craig, Jamie Gibson, Lee Dickson, Harry Mallinder, Juan Pablo Estelles.
Juan Pablo Montoya (right) gave Roger Penske his record-extending 16th Indianapolis 500 victory in May.FONTANA, Calif. — In case there was doubt, Roger Penske affirmed Saturday his desire to continue employing four IndyCar Series drivers.This season is Penske’s first fielding four full-time entries: Helio Castroeves, reigning IndyCar champion Will Power, Indianapolis 500 champion Juan Pablo Montoya and newcomer Simon Pagenaud.Next win for Ganassi Racing is No. 100“When you’ve got those four guys — four aces — why would you give them up?” Penske said to The Indianapolis Star on Saturday at Auto Club Speedway. “We’re committed (to them).”Team Penske isn’t having the dominant season many expected, but Montoya and Power are one-two in series points after 10 of 16 races, and Castroneves is fourth. Montoya has won a series-leading two races, Power one.Cavin: IndyCar title looks like Montoya’s to losePagenaud has been slow to earn the results expected of him — he won two races in each of the past two years with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports — but Penske isn’t concerned. In fact, Penske sounded like a proud father discussing the Frenchman.“He’s really helped us out; been great for us,” Penske said. “He brings a lot. We couldn’t be happier with him. The results will come.”Pagenaud won his first pole for Team Penske on Friday. He entered today’s MAVTV 500 10th in the standings with his best finish a third in Detroit.Team Penske does not discuss details of contracts, so it’s unclear how long each will remain with the organization.The team based in Mooresville, N.C., is the only IndyCar team fielding the same four drivers all season.Follow Curt Cavin on Facebook and on Twitter: @curtcavin.
Posted January 14, 2016 SportsLogos.Net Followers 0 Sports Logos I have a bigger issue with a “thrift” store charging $20 for a 20-year-old used t-shirt. Gothamite Sports Logo News Share this post 22,644 five boroughs, one City. 2,551 posts Link to post Bmac 924 posts Recommended Posts 2,848 Can they sell this? 218 Jungle Jim It looks like they have only one size of most items, so I would take that to mean they probably have only one (total) of each item. If that’s the case, is this stuff new or used? Either way, my guess that the stuff that looks authentic is authentic. Perhaps this tee shirt is something that got stamped shortly after the Jaguars franchise was first formed? The leaping jaguar helmet was revealed when the franchise was awarded to Jacksonville in December 1993 and the logo squabble wasn’t settled until January 1995. 53,285 posts http://throwbacksnw.com/apparel/men/t-shirts/jacksonville-jaguars-size-medium-vintage-t-shirt.htmlI was looking at some stores to possibly buy stuff from when I saw this. Wasn’t there a lawsuit that prevented Jacksonville from using this logo and switching to the head logo? If so, can a store legally sell these online? Members 7,570 posts 0 Share on other sites Members 3,760 0 Share on other sites Share this post Forums Home 22,644 five boroughs, one City. Gothamite Sports Logo News 22,644 0 not without an NFL license. im not an expert on the matter, but i think even if there are no trademarked works being used (not sure where the Jags stand on that logo) they can still be sued for “marketplace confusion”. it looks like a Jags shirt endorsed by the NFL so therefore, market place confusion. they are playing a very dangerous game Sign in to follow this Members Go To Topic Listing Location:Idaho 53,285 posts I have a bigger issue with a “thrift” store charging $20 for a 20-year-old used t-shirt.Throwbacks NW isn’t a thrift store. It’s a classic sports apparel boutique. It’s the difference between Goodwill’s furniture department and an antique store. 71 71 824 I don’t have a problem with it. Used clothing is perhaps the finest example of the free market at work. Posted January 13, 2016 Forums Home not without an NFL license. im not an expert on the matter, but i think even if there are no trademarked works being used (not sure where the Jags stand on that logo) they can still be sued for “marketplace confusion”. it looks like a Jags shirt endorsed by the NFL so therefore, market place confusion. they are playing a very dangerous gameYou are crazy. Throwbacks Northwest sells second-hand apparel. it was all officially licensed, and they are a “vintage” store.So yes, it is 100% legit. Followers 0 Link to post DG_ThenNowForever smzimbabwe 824 Gothamite Jungle Jim 0 0 Share on other sites Share on other sites Old Jacksonville Jaguars logo 13,831 Gothamite Posted January 14, 2016 2,848 13,831 Graphic Designer Share this post 1,122 posts 218 Share on other sites BrandMooreArt Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years Link to post 0 Link to post All Activity 3,760 smzimbabwe Posted January 13, 2016 Location:Omaha, Nebraska BrandMooreArt 71 22,644 22,644 Link to post Members 22,644 9,114 posts C-Squared Share this post Posted January 14, 2016 Posted January 14, 2016 2,848 Members 33,394 posts Members Members Posted January 14, 2016 Link to post Can they sell this? Location:Indiana > Miami Posted January 13, 2016 Members 13,831 DG_ThenNowForever 837 Posted January 13, 2016 SportsLogos.Net Link to post Share this post All Activity Location:Seattle Buffalo Share on other sites Share on other sites The team couldn’t sell it. And if you print some up today you couldn’t sell them. But vintage apparel is good. 824 Share this post Looks like it’s mostly a thrift store, so I’d assume so. Share on other sites Share this post 1,728 posts Bmac By smzimbabwe, January 13, 2016 in Sports Logo News 218 3,760 Share this post 837 C-Squared 0 Buffalo Sports Logos Link to post This topic is now closed to further replies. Sign in to follow this 837 Share this post Members 0 Share on other sites Link to post 0 Can they sell this?
Having just been promoted to senior status this year, the Premier will want to stay in the upper tier next season. Tipp ladies footballers face into a do or die clash against Cavan next weekend – the losers of which will be relegated to the intermediate championship next year.Tipperary lost out in a preliminary relegation clash with Waterford yesterday on a scoreline of 3-13 to 1-13, while Cavan lost out to Monaghan.Next weekends clash will be a repeat of the 2018 National Football League Intermediate Final. Photo © @LadiesFootball
BALTIMORE — With Nick Markakis in the midst of his return to Baltimore, the Orioles trotted out their fourth different leadoff hitter in the last five games for Tuesday’s contest against the Atlanta Braves.After manager Buck Showalter moved Manny Machado down to third over the weekend, the All-Star third baseman returned to the top spot, the place in the lineup he’s now occupied 73 times during the 2015 season. Of course, the thinking with moving Machado down in the order was to create more run-producing opportunities for the 23-year-old, but the lack of an ideal option to replace him in the top spot is the bigger long-term problem.Jimmy Paredes, David Lough, and Nolan Reimold received opportunities in the top spot while Machado hit lower in the order. Showalter has used six different players in the leadoff spot this year with two of them — Alejandro De Aza and Everth Cabrera — no longer with the organization.“If you hit Manny first, who hits third?” Showalter said on Monday. “If you hit him third, who hits first? You take one away and then you’re trying to replace it. We put out there what we think is best. Guys know that we’re having some challenges there.”Despite Reimold going 2-for-4 with a double and a walk in the No. 1 spot in Monday’s 2-1 win, Machado struggled in the third spot in the order, going 2-for-15 with four strikeouts and a walk. One certainly shouldn’t draw strong or permanent conclusions from that sample size, but it might have been the level of anxiousness Machado displayed in two at-bats on Monday that reinforced the idea that maybe it’s unwise to mess with a good thing.Machado came to the plate with two runners on base in the eighth and 10th innings of Monday’s game and struck out each time, swinging at several pitches outside the strike zone. One of the biggest factors in the young infielder’s leap at the plate this season has been his improved plate disciplined with a career-high 42 walks in 423 plate appearances entering Tuesday’s game.Did the move to the No. 3 spot alter Machado’s mindset?“I actually asked him about that today. ‘Do you feel any different mentality there? Are you getting bigger?’” Showalter said prior to Tuesday’s game. “He said, ‘No, it’s just a [slump].’ Since he’s been here — up until the last two or three games — that’s as long as I’ve seen him engaged with a good approach where he was not letting them get him out other than [on] stuff within the zone. He was walking.“You always think it’s a day away. It’s like he said today, ‘I’ve got to get back to what I was doing. It’s got nothing to do with where I’m hitting him in the order.’ Of course, what’s he going to say?”Machado looks the part of a hitter who will eventually settle into the No. 3 spot for a long time, but it would be wise to leave him in the role where he’s thrived in 2015, especially with few other options inspiring confidence in the leadoff spot right now.
The Liga Profesional de Videojuegos (LVP) announced four national League of Legends tournaments for 2019 in Latin America with support from Riot Games.In 2019, the professional League of Legends scene in Latin America is moving to Chile after Riot Games announced the merge between the north and south leagues. Now, the LVP in partnership with Riot Games announced four national leagues in Colombia, Argentina, Chile, and Mexico.The national leagues are the evolution of the National Circuits, semi-professional circuits for teams in Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, and Mexico. Only in 2018, the National Circuits awarded over $130,000 to the teams taking part in the competition.The National Leagues are divided into two seasons with eight teams competing for the prize that is yet to be announced. Amateur teams that conquer the National Circuits will have a chance to join the National League.The application process is open, the LVP is not taking this step lightly. In order to be considered for the National Leagues, the teams must submit a business plan that includes a legal scheme, financial plans, among others. The teams should also include the sport’s plans showcasing the achievements at the National Circuits, and the working environment plan for the players.Teams are also expected to include a branding plan with numbers of fans and a plan to increase the following. The final requirement is the legal history of the organisation. The application process ends on October 22.In Europe, the LVP announced a new partner, French company LDLC who recently opened a store in Barcelona, Spain. LDLC will provide technical services to the LVP and its tournaments in Spain.Esports Insider says: Latin America is an emerging region with a lot of potentials. The numbers on diverse studies talk about a passionate audience that consumes esports content frequently. This move by Riot and the LVP will improve the region from a competitive point of view but also as a business. Exciting things are coming for Latin America.Subscribe to ESI on YouTube
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — As television series revisit problematic content and remove instances of material deemed racist, Lionsgate has announced that it will not delete an episode of Mad Men that contains blackface.The Los Angeles Times reports that the season three episode “My Old Kentucky Home” will remain available for viewing in its entirety because of the historical context behind it. Instead of editing out the scene where John Slattery’s Roger Sterling smears black shoe polish on his face in an attempt to score romantic points with Peyton List’s Jane at a country club Derby party, the episode will contain a disclaimer.“This episode contains disturbing images related to race in America,” the intro card will read. “One of the characters is shown in blackface as part of an episode that shows how commonplace racism was in America in 1963.”Lionsgate issued a statement regarding its decision, saying, “In its reliance on historical authenticity, the series producers are committed to exposing the injustices and inequities within our society that continue to this day so we can examine even the most painful parts of our history in order to reflect on who we are today and who we want to become. We are therefore presenting the original episode in its entirety.”Other series have opted to edit out scenes or remove episodes containing blackface, such as The Golden Girls, Scrubs, Community and others.As previously reported, Mad Men has left Netflix and will now be shown on Amazon-owned IMDb TV starting July 15. The series will then move to the AMC in the fall.Mad Men aired its final episode in 2015 after a seven season run. The series collected 16 Emmys, four of which were consecutive best drama series wins.By Megan StoneCopyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.