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PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 2:00 am    Post subject: Jennings during a skirmish on a punt. Reply with quote

DALLAS - Monta Ellis came to Dallas because he wanted to pair up with Dirk Nowitzki and see what kind of scoring tag team they could be. Marc Gasol Jersey . With the Mavericks in danger of making their playoff road much more difficult, they shared their best moment of the season. Ellis matched his season high with 37 points and Nowitzki scored 21 of his 23 during a second-half rally that carried the Mavericks back to the post-season in a 101-98 victory against the Phoenix Suns on Saturday night. "The reason we won is because we had one of the best players on the planet in Dirk," coach Rick Carlisle said. "And because Monta Ellis, at the time we needed him most, stepped up and played his biggest game of the year." The Mavericks left the Suns and Memphis to battle for the last playoff spot in the Western Conference by winning their home finale, and avoided a possible winner-take-all game at the Grizzlies on the last night of the regular season. Dallas is back in the playoffs after a 12-year streak ended last season. "It felt like the playoffs started early this year," Nowitzki said. "This is where we want to be, on the big stage of the playoffs." Eric Bledsoe scored 29 points and Channing Frye had 21 after a hot start for the Suns, who play Memphis on Monday night in a game that figures to go a long way toward deciding the final playoff team in the West. "Weve got to stay positive," Bledsoe said. "You could tell it was a playoff atmosphere. I thought everybody laid it out on the court." Ellis and Nowitzki brought the Mavericks back by hitting five 3-pointers between them in less than 4 minutes of the third quarter, erasing most of a 13-point deficit. Then they teamed to get the lead back in the fourth, and Dallas held on in the final minutes. Nowitzki broke an 89-all tie with a 3-pointer, shouting "Boom!" as he signalled a "3 with both hands. Seconds later, Ellis stole the ball from Frye and hit a tough layup with Bledsoe riding his hip. After a rare miss from Frye who made his first five 3-pointers Devin Harris hit a 3 from the top of the key, holding his arms up and looking to the ceiling in apparent relief after struggling from long range recently. The Suns were down 99-91, but got back within two when Bledsoe stole a pass by Ellis and coasted in for a layup with 1:15 remaining. It was one of 19 turnovers for the Mavericks, and the Suns had 18 in a fast-paced game with a lot of wild passes. Bledsoe then missed a free throw that would have tied the game again, and Ellis missed one of two from the line twice in the final 20 seconds to give Phoenix more chances to tie or go ahead. The Mavericks were finally safely in the playoffs when Markieff Morris was off target on a high-arching 3-point try with 2 seconds left. Ellis, who was 15 of 23 from the field and made three of four from long range, kept up his hot shooting in the third quarter and Nowitzki joined him after a cold first half as the Mavericks top two scorers combined for 44 points after halftime. "I was just feeling what the defence would do," said Ellis, who made the playoffs last year with Milwaukee but got swept by Miami in the first round and longed for a change, signing with Dallas as a free agent. "The floor was open for me. Coach just had me attack." Dallas third-quarter surge started after P.J. Tucker missed a free throw on a potential three-point play that would have given the Suns their biggest lead at 70-56. Vince Carter made a driving layup and Ellis hit back-to-back shots from the side of the 3-point arc, screaming for emphasis after the second one. Then it was Nowitzkis turn to hit two in a row and shout, which he did after getting Dallas within 72-70 from a couple of feet behind the arc late in the third quarter. The Mavericks took their first lead since midway through the second quarter when Nowitzki hit a layup on a pass from Ellis to go up 88-87 midway through the fourth quarter. NOTES: Goran Dragic played with a sprained left ankle after missing a game the previous night in San Antonio and finished with 13 points on just 6-of-18 shooting. ... Carter passed Adrian Dantley for 25th on the scoring list. He finished with 12 points and now has 23,183 points, six ahead of Dantley. Mike Conley Jersey . First reported by FOX Sports Ken Rosenthal, its unknown if the impetus for the deferral proposal came from players or management, but it never left the preliminary stages. Brandan Wright Jersey . Louis Blues and Buffalo Sabres came to an agreement on a big trade that may only offer incremental improvement to the Blues in their quest for a Stanley Cup. http://www.thegrizzliesofficial.com/Authentic-Mike-Bibby-Grizzlies-Jersey/ .com) - A pair of programs shooting for their 10th win of the season get together at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, as the NC State Wolfpack tangle with 22nd-ranked West Virginia during the challenge round of the Gotham Classic.NEW YORK -- The New York Jets and New England Patriots were fined a combined $88,500 by the NFL from their game last week that included a late sideline skirmish. The fourth-quarter melee was set off by New York centre Nick Mangolds low hit on New Englands Aqib Talib after an interception that sealed the Patriots 13-10 victory. Jets right guard Willie Colon led the way with $34,125 in fines -- $26,250 for contact with an official, and $7,875 for punching an opponent. Colon said Thursday he planned to appeal the fine, saying it "was way more than I expected." Jets left tackle DBrickashaw Ferguson was fined $15,000 for punching a Patriots player, while New Englands Michael Buchanan, Alfonzo Dennard and Vince Wilfork were docked $7,875 each for throwing punches. Mangold was not fined, and Talib said earlier this week that he didnt think the hit was dirty. Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones was also fined $15,750 for hitting Jets quarterback Geno Smith in the head and neck area. Tennessees Jackie Battle was fined $21,000, becoming the first running back docked for lowering the crown of his helmet into an opponent. He hit Houstons Danieal Manning -- violating a new rule in effect this season -- on a play during the Texans 30-24 overtime victory last Sunday, but was not penalized on the field. According to the rule, Article 8, its a foul if "a runner or tackler initiates forcible contact by delivering a blow with the top/crown of his helmet against an opponent when both players are clearly outside the tackle box." "I didnt expect it," Battle said, adding that he was appealing. "I thought it was a perfectly legal play. Ive been running like that my whole career, so I didnt think theyd get me for it. It came yesterday. I couldnt even eat lunch. "It made me sick." The NFL also fined Washington safety Brandon Meriweather $42,000 earlier this week for driving hiss helmet into the chin of Green Bay running back Eddie Lacy, who suffered a concussion. Ben McLemore Jersey. Meriweather later left the game after giving himself a concussion on a helmet-to-helmet hit on Packers running back James Starks. Other big fines announced earlier in the week included Titans safety Bernard Pollard and Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson each being docked $42,000 for hits. Pollard, who said he is appealing, left Andre Johnson with a concussion after he helped knock him out of bounds near the goal line late in regulation. Jackson left his feet and hit Titans receiver Kendall Wright in the head. Jackson was flagged for unnecessary roughness. Tampa Bays Dashon Goldson had his one-game suspension lifted earlier this week for hitting New Orleans Darren Sproles in the head, but was fined $100,000. The Buccaneers had two others fined this week, though: $21,000 each to safety Ahmad Black and defensive end Adrian Clayborn for illegal hits. Black had a late hit on Saints tight end Jimmy Graham that drew an unnecessary roughness penalty. Clayborn was penalized by the league for a helmet-to-helmet hit on quarterback Drew Brees. Philadelphia linebacker DeMeco Ryans was also fined $21,000 for his hit to the head and neck area of San Diego wide receiver Malcom Floyd, who was carted off the field and taken to a hospital. Floyd didnt practice all week and will miss at least Sundays game at Tennessee. Chicago cornerback Charles Tillman was docked $15,750 for a horse-collar tackle of Minnesota wide receiver Greg Jennings. Tennessee centre Robert Turner and Washington offensive lineman Will Montgomery were each fined $10,000 for illegal peel-back blocks. Cleveland linebacker Paul Kruger was fined $7,875 for pulling off an opponents helmet, while Washington long snapper Nick Sundberg was docked $7,875 for unnecessary roughness when he hit Green Bays M.D. Jennings during a skirmish on a punt. China NFL Jerseys White Youth NFL Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale China NFL Jerseys White Cheap Jerseys China China NFL Hoodies China Jerseys ' ' '
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