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  • yyys123
    Oct 14

    (SportsNetwork. Sony Michel Youth Jersey .com) - The Chicago Bulls have been on a roll no matter who suits up and will go for their fifth straight win Saturday versus the Boston Celtics at the United Center. With guard and former NBA MVP Derrick Rose hampered with two sprained ankles, the Bulls havent missed a beat and recorded a 118-115 victory in Philadelphia Friday night. Mike Dunleavy scored 27 points and Jimmy Butler added 23, while Pau Gasol ended with 17 and 12 rebounds. Our guys did a good job of recognizing he was going well, Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said of Dunleavy, who was 9-of-15 from the floor and sank five of his eight 3-point shots. Kirk Hinrich ran the point and chipped in 13 points and seven assists for the Bulls, who shot 51.3 percent and made 12-of-24 3-pointers. The Bulls reached 100 points for the fourth time this season and are sixth in the league with 104.8 ppg. Bulls guard Aaron Brooks left the game with an ankle issue and had 10 points in a reserve role. He is questionable versus the Celtics. Rose, meanwhile, is still considered day-to-day. Well see (Saturday), Thibodeau said. Well see where he is. If he can go, I think he has to go. If he cant, then he doesnt. Its really that simple. Its the only way hes going to shake the rust off is getting out there and playing. The Bulls have proven they can win without Rose, who has played three games this season, averaging 15.3 ppg. Boston ended a three-game slide with Fridays 101-98 victory over the Indiana Pacers at TD Garden, as Jared Sullinger led the way with 17 points and Jeff Green contributed 15 and seven rebounds. Kelly Olynyk and Avery Bradley scored 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the Celtics, who hit 45.9 percent of their shots and lost rookie guard Marcus Smart to an ankle injury. Smart played 15 minutes and had three points before being carted off the floor. X-rays on Smarts ankle were negative. Smart, the sixth overall pick in the 2014 draft, drove the lane early in the fourth and was fouled by A.J. Price as the two got tangled up. Smart rolled his ankle on Lavoy Allens shoe before getting fouled, and immediately grabbed at his lower left leg in pain. Were hoping its a sprain, but we dont know that. So obviously a great deal of concern for him, No. 1, Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. And hopefully he can get back sooner rather than later because hes really playing great basketball, and Im sure its really disappointing to be out five games into your rookie year, even if just for a little bit of time. Thats what we hope it is. Smart is averaging 6.8 points and 2.6 rebounds. The Celtics, who are third in the NBA with 106.4 ppg and 29th in opponents scoring (107.0 ppg), will return home for three games after their trip to the Windy City. Guard Rajon Rondo (hand) is expected to miss Saturdays game in Chicago and is averaging 9.0 points and an NBA-best 11.2 assists. Chicago won all three meetings with Boston last season and is 10-3 in the past 13 games in this series. The Celtics are winless in three straight appearances at the United Center and 5-15 over the last 20 games there. Kevin Faulk Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. John Hannah Womens Jersey .S. -- Carl-Antoine Delisle snapped a tie in the third period with his second goal of the game to lead the Tigres past Cape Breton 4-3 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Wednesday as Victoriaville won its eighth in a row.All Geroy Simon wanted was the chance to play. The native of Johnstown, Pa., knew little about the CFL in 1999 when he joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as a rookie free agent. Fourteen years later, Simon is close to leaving his mark as the most prolific receiver in league history. Simon, 38, already the CFLs all-time receiving yards later, needs just six catches to eclipse Ben Cahoons career mark of 1,017. And the Saskatchewan Roughriders veteran slotback can break the record Sunday night against his former team, the B.C. Lions. "I didnt know much about the CFL when I came up here, I had bounced around the NFL and felt like I wasnt getting a fair shot," Simon said Wednesday during a conference call. "I just wanted to go somewhere where I was going to have an opportunity to play and I know if I got a true opportunity that I would do well. "Obviously I didnt think Id be No. 1 in the history of a league thats over 100 years old . . . when I first got here and looked at the record book and saw Allen Pitts (at 14,891 career yards) I just hoped to have just one 1000-yard season. I just wanted to play football no matter if it was north or south of the border, I just wanted a true opportunity to be a professional and show I can do it and at a high level." The six-foot-two, 198-pound Simon is just one of three players in league history to accumulate over 1,000 career catches -- Cahoon and Terry Vaughn are the others -- and has amassed 16,128 yards and 103 TDs over his illustrious 15-year CFL career. "Ben and I have been friends for a long time," Simon said. "He was a great player in this league and Im honoured to have an opportunity to break a record of such a legendary player." And if Simon scores a touchdown against B.C., hell strike his traditional Superman pose. "Of course," he said. "I feel fans expect that and its something Ive done throughout my career. "It wont change since Im playing B.C." Simon spent his first two CFL seasons with Winnipeg before signing with B.C. as a free agent following the 2000 campaign. Simons career took off with the Lions with six league all-star nominations and two Grey Cup titles (2006, 11). Simon also captured the CFLs outstanding player honour in 06 after registering 105 catches for 1,856 yards and 15 TDs, all career highs. Simon was a model of consistency with B.C., registering nine straight 1,000-yard seasons. But he missed five games with hamstring injuries last year and was limited to 54 catches for 700 yards and two TDs. Once the 2012 campaign ended, Simon was open to restructuring his contract with B.C. but had said if the club didnt want him back hed look at playing elsewhere. Lions GM Wally Buono gave Simon and his camp permission to gauge interest in a potential trade, and on Jan. 24 the veteran was dealt to Saskatchewan for receiver Justin Harper and a 2014 third-round draft pick. An upper body injury forced Simon to miss Saskatchewans first three regular-season games. But when he joined the starting lineup, Simons role was to mentor and complement young guns Chris Getzlaf, Weston Dressler and Taj Smith while providing a veteran presence and leadership. "I think I bring a presence in the locker-room and on the sideline," Simon said. "I think I have a voice a lot of people will listen to because of the success Ive had in the past . . . a lot of younger players come to me for my leadership. "I give my opinion when needed and I think its been working out pretty well because I do it in subtle way at times that maybe people dont understand but the message gets through." Simon has registered just one 100-yard game this season, recording five catches for 125 yards and a TD in a 32-20 road win over Hamilton on July 27. Three times Simon has finished with five receptions in a contest, but has had two or less in the other five. On Saturday, Simon faces his former B.C. teammates for the first time since the trade. Simon, who turned 38 last week, had five catches for 69 yards in last weekends 31-29 loss to Toronto and has 23 receptions for 341 yards and three TDs this season. But Simon has nothing to prove against the Lions. "Im excited for the week, I get to see some guys Ive not seen in a long time," he said. "As cliche as it sounds, I have to treat this as any other game once it gets going. "Ill be excited and ready to go just because Ill be playing against guys I practised against the last 10-to-12 years and have the opportunity to play against and try to get a win." Theres certainly plenty on the line as Saskatchewan (8-3) and B.C. (7-4) chase front-running Calgary (9-2) in the West Division. Its also the first of three head-to-head meetings between the Riders -- whove lost two straight -- and Lions with that being the tie-breaker should they end the season tied in the standings. "Any time you play a divisional opponent its huge," Simon said. "I know B.C. gets stronger during the year and thats one thing were trying to do. "This is going to be a huge game and Im really looking forward to it. It happens to be against my old team. Im not worried about who the opponent is, I just want to go out and win.&qquot; Simon says hes enjoyed playing in Regina, a football-mad city with no shortage of diehard fans who are rabid in their support of the Riders. Jarrett Stidham Womens Jersey . "I wanted to play football in a place where football was king," he said. "At times you cant go anywhere and hide . . . but at the same time people give you your space here. "This is one of the warmest places Ive ever been with people willing to help and just doing things for you. It has been an amazing experience to this point." And it seems Riders fans will see a lot more of Simon. He intends on playing through the 2014 season before sitting down and determining his football future. "Coming into my professional career I was on a 10-year plan and wouldve been happy just to play 10 years," he said. "Once I got to 10, I felt I was just getting going and starting to hit that momentum. "I think Ive got a lot left in the tank and feel I still have a lot I can do in this league." Simon spent his first two CFL seasons with Winnipeg before signing with B.C. as a free agent following the 2000 campaign. Simons career took off with the Lions with six league all-star nominations and two Grey Cup titles (2006, 11). Simon also captured the CFLs outstanding player honour in 06 after registering 105 catches for 1,856 yards and 15 TDs, all career highs. Simon was a model of consistency with B.C., registering nine straight 1,000-yard seasons. But he missed five games with hamstring injuries last year and was limited to 54 catches for 700 yards and two TDs. Once the 2012 campaign ended, Simon was open to restructuring his contract with B.C. but had said if the club didnt want him back hed look at playing elsewhere. Lions GM Wally Buono gave Simon and his camp permission to gauge interest in a potential trade, and on Jan. 24 the veteran was dealt to Saskatchewan for receiver Justin Harper and a 2014 third-round draft pick. An upper body injury forced Simon to miss Saskatchewans first three regular-season games. But when he joined the starting lineup, Simons role was to mentor and complement young guns Chris Getzlaf, Weston Dressler and Taj Smith while providing a veteran presence and leadership. "I think I bring a presence in the locker-room and on the sideline," Simon said. "I think I have a voice a lot of people will listen to because of the success Ive had in the past . . . a lot of younger players come to me for my leadership. "I give my opinion when needed and I think its been working out pretty well because I do it in subtle way at times that maybe people dont understand but the message gets through." Simon has registered just one 100-yard game this season, recording five catches for 125 yards and a TD in a 32-20 road win over Hamilton on July 27. Three times Simon has finished with five receptions in a contest, but has had two or less in the other five. On Saturday, Simon faces his former B.C. teammates for the first time since the trade. Simon, who turned 38 last week, had five catches for 69 yards in last weekends 31-29 loss to Toronto and has 23 receptions for 341 yards and three TDs this season. But Simon has nothing to prove against the Lions. "Im excited for the week, I get to see some guys Ive not seen in a long time," he said. "As cliche as it sounds, I have to treat this as any other game once it gets going. "Ill be excited and ready to go just because Ill be playing against guys I practised against the last 10-to-12 years and have the opportunity to play against and try to get a win." Theres certainly plenty on the line as Saskatchewan (8-3) and B.C. (7-4) chase front-running Calgary (9-2) in the West Division. Its also the first of three head-to-head meetings between the Riders -- whove lost two straight -- and Lions with that being the tie-breaker should they end the season tied in the standings. "Any time you play a divisional opponent its huge," Simon said. "I know B.C. gets stronger during the year and thats one thing were trying to do. "This is going to be a huge game and Im really looking forward to it. It happens to be against my old team. Im not worried about who the opponent is, I just want to go out and win." Simon says hes enjoyed playing in Regina, a football-mad city with no shortage of diehard fans who are rabid in their support of the Riders. "I wanted to play football in a place where football was king," he said. "At times you cant go anywhere and hide . . . but at the same time people give you your space here. "This is one of the warmest places Ive ever been with people willing to help and just doing things for you. It has been an amazing experience to this point." And it seems Riders fans will see a lot more of Simon. He intends on playing through the 2014 season before sitting down and determining his football future. "Coming into my professional career I was on a 10-year plan and wouldve been happy just to play 10 years," he said. "Once I got to 10, I felt I was just getting going and starting to hit that momentum. "I think Ive got a lot left in the tank and feel I still have a lot I can do in this league." ' ' '
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