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NBA NEWS in the end of a European Championship knockout

Slovenia to beat Latvia 103-97 promotion of the European Championship semi-finals. Heat player Golan Dragic in the game fast-break encounter double-team sent a wonderful pass behind the ball. Dragic played the game 32 minutes, (Click to buy Cheap NBA 2K18 MT, all orders will delivery in 5- 30 mins)
15 shots in 9, get 26 points and six rebounds and eight assists and one steal. “Sports Illustrated” announced in the 31-50 players: Anthony 37 _NBA News
NBA NEWS US media “Sports Illustrated” had a new season, hundreds of players ranked, they announced today in the 31-50 players. No. 50: Andrew – Wiggins, Timberwolves 49th: Harrison – Barnes, Mavericks 48: Nicholas – Bartum, Hornets 47: Steven – Adams, Thunder 46: Andre – Iguodala, Warriors No. 45: Brook – Lopez, Lakers 44: Jie – Claude, Knight 43: Golan – Dragic, Heat 42: Dani Luo – Garrinor, Clippers 41: Joel – Enby, 76 of the 40th: Isaiah – Thomas, Knight No. 39: CJ-McCollum, Trail Blazers 38: Berry – Basel, the sun 37th: Carmelo – Anthony, Knicks 36: De Mar – DeRozan, Raptors 35: Chris – Middleton, Bucks 34: Kazakhstan Sang – White Ceder, Heat 33rd: Kristapers – Boer Jenis, Knicks No. 32: Bradley – Bill, Wizards 31st: LaMarcus – Aldridge, Spurs With “Sports Illustrated” announced yesterday 100-51 players ranked. Kobe became the first player to retire two jerseys on the same team _NBA News
NBA NEWS According to previous reports, the Lakers will be in Beijing on December 19 against the Warriors before the game off Kobe Bryant – Bryant 8 and 24 two jerseys. Bleacher Report in Instagram published Bryant two jersey retired effect map. He wrote: “Bryant became the first player in the same team to retire two jerseys. (Click to buy fUT 18 COINS,all orders will delivery in 5- 30 mins)
“Bryant career for the Lakers played 1346 regular season, averaging 36.1 minutes to play, can get 25.0 points and 5.2 rebounds and 4.7 assists and 1.4 steals. Top 100 NBA players of 2018: Full rankings |
Waites in the training to let his son pass their own _NBA news
NBA NEWS today Heat players Dion – Waites in Instagram posted a three-point training video, the video of his son to give him a pass. Video: Vettus son pass to the heart of the pass (length 50 seconds) & gt; & gt; Waites wrote: “The last of the training to let my son help me improve!” The I know he has been watching me, so I want to show him some skills, try to train until he grows up! The “Waters played last season, averaging 30.1 minutes, can get 15.8 points and 3.3 rebounds and 4.3 assists. Mamba Spirit! Bryant completed training at 6 o’clock in the morning
NBA NEWS Lakers Kobe Bryant – Bryant today in the social media released a self-training after their training (see news map). This is Kobe Bryant for the second day in China early training, he also said that four in the morning is the spirit of Mamba. “End of training at 6 o’clock in the morning. # # Time in China at 4 am club # Mamba beast & rdquo; Kobe wrote. Kobe career for the Lakers played 1346 regular season games, averaging 36.1 minutes to play, can get 25.0 points and 5.2 rebounds and 4.7 assists and 1.4 steals. DeLozan dissatisfied with “Sports Illustrated” will be ranked in the first 36 _NBA News
NBA NEWS US media “Sports Illustrated” had announced the top 100 star rankings, they will Raptors defender De Mar – DeRozan came in the first 36. Then De La Zan also complained on Twitter, he wrote: “F” Sports Illustrated “. # To prove to them … De Luo Zan last year’s top 100 stars in the “Sports Illustrated” came in the first 46. 2016-17 season, DeRuozan averaged 35.4 minutes to get 27.3 points and 5.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists 1.05 steals. East Chek Qi 27 ??points,
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Eye Technology to Review Goals Made in Soccer Matches

Eye Technology to Review Goals Made in Soccer Matches

The Associated Press, via Sports Illustrated is reporting that FIFA’s governing board is set to approve the use of electronic technology to assist referees in discerning if goals have been made during play. The Irish Times says fans have been rallying for the implementation of the technology in international play after several clear mistakes made by officials in recent matches. The most prominent of the new technologies to be approved is the Hawk Eye system that uses lasers to track the motion of objects, such as tennis balls at Wimbledon. If the measure is passed, the new technology would be used throughout the 2014 World Cup.

The move comes about, the AP says partly due to the efforts of FIFA president Sepp Blatter, who until somewhat recently was strongly opposed to the idea of using technology to detect goals, his reasoning being that it would spoil the competitive nature of the game. In just the past two years however, there have been two very blatant errors made by referees, both times in matches involving the team from England. In the first case, the error went against the British, in the second for them. But either way, because the errors occurred during tournament play, the outcomes caused ripples throughout the rest of the tournament that left both players and spectators feeling uneasy. It was because of these blatant errors that Blatter finally came around and has of late been leading the charge to implement the new technology.

Besides the Hawk Eye system, another competitor is also expected to be approved for tournament play; GoalRef, a system that uses magnetic sensors to follow ball movement. But because of Hawk Eye’s proven track record in other sports, it’s expected that technology will eventually win out overall.

The Times reports that unlike in tennis matches, the electronic system will be used to aid officials in determining goal scoring, not as a decider, which most believe would lead to resentment against the technology. Because of this, it’s possible that the technology will be consulted in private as is done currently between referees on the field when difficult calls have to be made.

Prior to this most recent move, the AP says, FIFA officials had been considering adding referees to the field of play, most specifically on either side of goal borders to assist in helping to decide if a ball has crossed the plane during play. And while that option has been tested to some degree, most agree that doing so would not offer nearly the same degree of precision as an electronic system. Chilling the Air in Arizona?Great expectations for the 2010 Iowa Football team spiraled downward at the end of the season. Think twice before you log into the Hawkeye Report Message Boards.