OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson But that’s also what Air Force, which shares second spot with Pocari at 4-1, has in mind.The Jet Spikers are riding on a five-set triumph over the Power Smashers on Sunday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’BaliPure also hopes to stay in contention when it takes on Adamson-Akari in the other match at 4 p.m.The Water Defenders suffered a stinging five-set defeat at the hands of streaking Perlas-BanKo in a match that saw last conference’s runners-up take the first two sets. An outright semifinal stint is at stake when defending champion Pocari Sweat and Air Force clash Wednesday in the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference at 6:30 p.m. Filoil Flying V Centre.Pocari is coming off a win against Adamson-Akari over the weekend and is bent on clinching a spot in the semifinals along with early qualifier and unbeaten league-leader Creamline.ADVERTISEMENT Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend LATEST STORIES Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets MOST READ McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans Myla Pablo and Kai Nepomuceno took care of the scoring in Pocari’s 25-23, 25-14, 25-19 rout of Adamson on Sunday, scoring 17 and 14 points, respectively.But the Lady Warriors’ firepower will be put to test by the scrappy Air Force crew, including Iari Yongco, Joy Cases and Mae Pantino. —MARC ANTHONY REYESSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Phoenix, NLEX shoot for No. 3 View comments
Foreign Affairs Minister Marjon Kamara told a gathering of diplomats and local and foreign businessmen at the observance of Egypt’s National Day on Tuesday that Liberia wishes good lasting relations with the Arab Republic of Egypt.Held at the residence of Ambassador Alaa Issa in Monrovia, Minister Kamara, in her remarks, extolled the bilateral relations with Egypt and called for a further strengthening of Egypt–Liberia cooperation in the economic, agricultural and educational fields that could boost the already sisterly relations.Earlier, Ambassador Issa explained the importance of the National Day to Egyptians and said the gathering of diplomats and foreign and local businessmen at the occasion underscores the importance they have attached to a celebration that is dear to Egyptians.Although the National Day of Egypt falls on July 23, it is celebrated at various dates in July, embassy officials said.The National Day of Egypt is also known as Revolution Day and it is celebrated to commemorate the establishment of a republican government in the country and to remember the same day in 1952, when the Egyptian Republic was first formulated after the overthrow of a monarchy. It is an important annual national holiday for Egyptians to remember hard-fought battles to reclaim their freedom, and the successful end of the revolution by completely abolishing the constitutional monarchy.According to Egyptian Embassy officials, Egyptians across the world come together on this day, every year, to remember the 1952 Revolution, when a group of young army officers formed the “Free Officer’s Movement” led by Muhammed Naguib, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Abdel Hakim Amer and Anwar Al Sadat. They deposed the autocratic and pro-British monarch King Farouk I, thus abolishing the last constitutional monarchy and finally establishing a nationalist government. “Naguib subsequently became the first president of the republic nation. Egypt became a great example for its bloodless independence struggle and inspired many African nations to follow the same,” according to an Embassy official.The revolution changed the face of Egypt dramatically allowing free trade, restoration of civil rights and a fair democratic government. The economy of the country flourished immensely. “So the National day of July 23rd is a public holiday for Egyptians to remember the reinstatement of people’s absolute rights, although Egypt obtained its independence from the British in 1922,” an Embassy official said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A 55-year-old woman was busted with 3.378 kilograms of cocaine strapped to her thighs at the Eugene F Correia International Airport, Ogle, East Coast Demerara, on Monday afternoon.CANU in a statement said that Sandra Angela Profitt of Lot 9 John Fernandes Drive, West Ruimveldt, Georgetown, was sitting in the departure area waiting to board a LIAT flight destined for Barbados when she was intercepted. According to CANU, a search conducted on the woman revealed the cocaine duct-taped to each of her upper thighs. She was arrested and is being processed for court.Only on Saturday last, a man was nabbed with in excess of 80 cocaine pellets while inside of an East Coast Demerara (ECD) hotel. The pellets weighed 900 grams.According to a source, the pellets were intended to be swallowed by another person, who would then board an international flight that was leaving Guyana later in the day.Guyana Times understands that after the man was nabbed, he led investigators to the ECD residence of another male. Ranks then swooped down on the house and a search revealed an unlicensed firearm along with ammunition. As a result, two other persons were also taken into custody as Police launched a search for another suspect.The man, who is yet to be arrested by the police, is believed to be the mastermind behind the cocaine pellets that were intended to be smuggled.
Substitute John Avire scored the second for Batoto ba Mungu before Michael Oduor drove the final nail on Shabana’s coffin from a sweeping counter attacking play from the 2009 league champions.“It was a good match to try out different combinations and systems ahead of the weekend match against Bandari. Of course on top of it, it’s always good to win a trophy and we are happy,” Sofapaka boss Melis Medo said after the match.Sofapaka FC’s Cliff Kasuti wheels away from Shabana’s Michael Otieno during their Jamhuri Day Cup match at the Camp Toyoyo Ground on December 12, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluShabana was the better side in the opening quarter of an hour, but they didn’t have much to show for their possession and fancy passing, cheered on by a good crowd that had come out to support them.Sofapaka had the first sting at goal after 18 minutes, Mico Justin trying his luck with a curling effort from the edge of the area but Shabana keeper Tom Muthomi pushed it away for a corner.Immediately on the other end, the NSL side broke the deadlock thanks to some shambolic defending from Sofapaka, Oduor curling the ball beyond Richard Aimo after the ball landed on his path unmarked on the left.The goal injected some confidence into the second-tier side and they kept possession more. However, Sofapaka were always dangerous when they had possession of the ball.On the half hour mark, Oduor came close for Batoto ba Mungu with a rasping shot from distance which keeper Muthomi once again turned behind for a corner. Five minutes later, Dennis Odhiambo also came close with a freekick but the busy Shabana keeper was equal to the task.Sofapaka FC’s Humphrey Okoti wheels away from Shabana’s Hamisi Hadi during their Jamhuri Day Cup match at the Camp Toyoyo Ground on December 12, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluSofapaka went level at the stroke of halftime when Waruru converted from the spot after Piston Mutamba was pushed from behind by Andrew Ongwae as he tried to control a ball.In the second half the experienced Sofapaka side came in much better with Medo making changes including pulling out Mico for Tom Adwar while Waruru and Mutamba came off for Avire and Aswani respectively.Avire made his presence felt in the 63rdminute with a well powered header off an Oduor cross.On the other end, Sofapaka keeper Aimo was forced to work, twice saving from Moses Arita and a freekick from Ongwa.Sofapaka though put the game to rest with nine minutes left when Asieche who had come on for Dennis Odhiambo engineered a super counter feeding off Oduor who took a one-time shot to beat Muthomi.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Sofapaka FC players celebrate after clinching the Jamhuri Day Cup at the Camp Toyoyo Ground on December 12, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 12 – Kenyan Premier League side Sofapaka came from a goal down to beat National Super League side Shabana 3-1 to clinch the Jamhuri Day Cup in a tie played at the Camp Toyoyo Ground on Wednesday afternoon.Francis Oduor broke the deadlock for Shabana before Stephen Waruru drew the sides back on level terms at the stroke of halftime.
St. Nauls Club NewsSlotto: There was no winner of this week’s jackpot. Numbers drawn were 3 5 6 4 2 7 1. The consolation prize of €80 went to Shaun Mulreany, Inver. Next week’s jackpot will be €2,160.Scór Sinsear: Very well done to Ann Marie Sheerin and all involved in the team’s that represented the club in Scór at the weekend. It’s been a long time since St. Nauls competed in these competitions. The Ballad group and the 8 hand dancers got through to the county final which will be held in Glenswilly this Friday at 7.30. Please go out and support your club if possible. White Collar Boxing: Tickets are going very fast with not many left. They are on sale for €15 each and available from any of the boxers, club officials, The Abbey Hotel, Sheerin’s Londis and Texaco. They are selling fast so don’t be disappointed as it is sure to be a great night.Club Monthly Meeting: The club monthly meetings will be held on Monday 25th in the clubhouse. Minor Board will be at 8 o clock followed by Senior Board at 9 o clock. Everyone is Welcome.First Senior Men Outing: The seniors are out in their first outing of 2013 this weekend in the Gaeltach where they will play Dungloe in Dungloe.Club membership: Still available for 2013 please get it as soon as you can to help facilitate the club registrar. Reminder: To all parents with any underage boys or girls going out to train this year that every child needs to have a gum shield as this is now compulsory in all clubs from GAA headquarters. All managers need to really reinforce this new rule also. No gum shield, No training or No playing in a game. GAELIC GAMES: ST NAUL’S GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: February 19th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAELIC GAMES: ST NAUL’S GAA CLUB NEWS
Na Rossa GAA News:The seniors travelled to Castlefin last Thursday evening and came away with a point as they drew 7 points all with Robert Emmets.Training will continue this Wednesday and Friday evening in Dooey as they play Downings in the championship this Sunday afternoon in Dooey. Throw in time to be confirmed.The club would like to wish Sean Mcmonagle a speedy recovery from a serious knee injury which he suffered recently.The clubs lotto draw took place last Monday evening in the hall. Numbers drawn were 9,13,23 & 25. The jackpot of €9000 was not won. Two lucky dip winners receive €50 Cian Boyle, Toome & Aidean Bonner TGC Doochary.The club 50 draw took place last Monday evening also. Winners on the night were €300 Niall McCready, €100 Paddy Elliott & €50 Conal Melly. Well done to all winners.Good luck to Rory and the Donegal seniors as they play Galway this Saturday evening in the final round of qualifiers NA ROSSA WISH SPEEDY RECOVERY TO PLAYER SEAN MCMONAGLE AFTER HE SUSTAINED NASTY KNEE INJURY was last modified: July 28th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Sport
On what can only be described as a miserable morning weather wise 254 women braved the wind and rain for the inaugural Rundonegal Womens 5k held in Glenveagh.The money raised went to charities nominated by the incumbent Donegal Lord Mayor Cora Harvey – the benefitting charities Diabetes and Strengthening Families programme.Cora was indeed out their taking part joined by family members and all were set on their way by race director Grace Boyle pretty much on time at 11 am. Some chose to run, others walked and the best on the day was Letterkenny’s Noreen Mc Gettigan ahead from Clonmany teacher Teresa Doherty and Ballybofey athlete Noleen Porter 3rd.This is an event that surely will grow in the years ahead and with Donegal Co Co on board in support it offers an exciting prospect also too in years to come as the intention is that each incoming Mayor will lend their support and nominate a charity.A big thank you to the staff at Glenveagh and sponsors Lucozade and the usual support team without whom these community events just do not happen. Rundonegal Womans 5K Category No. FirstName Surname Club Time SW 1 132 Noreen McGettigan Letterkenny A C 19.25 2 3 Teresa Doherty Inishowen A C 20.02 3 26 Catherine Lilburn City Of Derry 21.14 4 12 Maura Kearns Donore Harriers 21.42 5 97 Cliodhna Dunne Finn Valley A C 22.14 6 63 Maria McGonagle Finn Valley A C 22.24 7 83 Amanda Morrow Finn Valley A C 22.59 8 98 Sinead Peoples Milford A C 23.06 9 80 Elise Gillespie Rosses A.C. 24.02 10 78 Maeve McGraty Finn Valley A C 24.05 11 102 Jackie Harvey Finn Valley A C 24.08 12 42 Amanda McNulty Letterkenny A C 24.09 13 20 Grainne Gallagher Inishowen A C 24.13 14 11 Johanne McColgan Inishowen A C 24.13 15 126 Tara Hegarty Finn Valley A C 24.16 16 79 Niona Coyle Letterkenny A C 24.20 17 84 Sharon Black Letterkenny A C 24.23 18 44 Maura O’Grady Letterkenny A C 24.59 19 82 Emma McGee Letterkenny A C 25.12 20 113 Agnes Hindley Finn Valley A C 25.15 21 114 Niamh McFadden Individual 25.19 22 13 Margaret Reid Finn Valley A C 25.24 23 66 Marian Kerr Individual 25.24 24 50 Laura Corbetl Letterkenny A C 25.25 25 92 Catherine Mckinley Letterkenny A C 25.33 26 99 Marie Harvey Finn Valley A C 25.40 27 137 Grainne McCafferty Individual 25.43 28 71 Denise Collins Finn Valley A C 25.45 29 23 Grainne Kearns Individual 25.54 30 101 Joanne Campbell Finn Valley A C 26.16 31 53 Donna Gallagher Letterkenny A C 26.17 32 118 Deirdre McGarrigle Letterkenny A C 26.18 33 54 Jackie McHugh Letterkenny A C 26.19 34 55 Jackie Callaghan Letterkenny A C 26.20 35 56 Laura Moore Letterkenny A C 26.23 36 21 Aoife McGonagle Finn Valley A C 26.24 37 138 Maeve McCafferty Individual 26.29 38 64 Sonia Spratt Letterkenny A C 26.31 39 34 Rachel Moore Individual 26.40 40 41 Denise McBride Letterkenny A C 26.46 41 128 Smantha Wilkinson Finn Valley A C 27.00 42 6 Julie Cassidy Letterkenny A C 27.04 43 5 Caoimhe Doherty Finn Valley A C 27.04 44 117 Loiuse Duddy Individual 27.06 45 94 Coroline McGuire Finn Valley A C 27.25 46 30 Grace Friel Individual 27.30 47 119 Joanne Kearney Individual 27.31 48 120 Caroline Casey Individual 27.44 49 115 Rosie Diver Individual 27.55 50 7 Kathleen Griffin Individual 27.58 15 May 2011 Page 1 of 3Category No. FirstName Surname Club Time 51 65 Aishling Neary Letterkenny A C 28.20 52 18 Grace Doohan Individual 28.32 53 35 Mairead Mangan Individual 28.33 54 91 Carolann Campbell Finn Valley A C 28.37 55 75 Emma O’Carroll Letterkenny A C 28.42 56 47 Dierdre Bonner Individual 28.53 57 28 Jennifer McDermott Individual 28.57 58 58 Geraldine McTeague Letterkenny A C 29.02 59 111 Shelly Doherty Letterkenny A C 29.18 60 46 Ciomhe Wherity Letterkenny A C 29.19 61 74 Joanne Kilmartin Letterkenny A C 29.20 62 67 Phildelma McTeague Letterkenny A C 29.22 63 32 Adelle Kelly Letterkenny A C 29.23 64 89 Mary Ruddy Individual 29.26 65 33 Maeve McEldowney Letterkenny A C 29.27 66 15 Jarah Doherty Milford A C 29.30 67 48 Frances McBride Individual 29.40 68 77 Mary Devlin Letterkenny A C 29.49 69 133 Shauna Walsh Individual 29.52 70 90 Josephine Stewart Individual 30.38 71 60 Aishling McAteer Individual 30.51 72 70 Laura Lynch Individual 30.56 73 130 Rebecca Duffy Individual 30.56 74 52 May McBride Individual 31.23 75 127 Eileen McCrossan Letterkenny A C 31.39 76 2 Patricia Doherty Finn Valley A C 31.39 77 134 Siobhan Duddy Individual 32.03 78 37 Ann Marie Shields Letterkenny A C 32.08 79 123 Cathy Lynch Individual 32.39 80 1 Cora Harvey Finn Valley A C 32.50 81 112 Mairead Gallen Individual 32.56 82 95 Kellie Gallagher Individual 32.56 83 45 Anne Moldney Killybegs A C 32.59 84 51 Cecelia Sheridan Individual 33.00 85 61 Dona Gallagher Letterkenny A C 33.01 86 129 Sharon McFeeley Letterkenny A C 33.02 87 8 Brid Burns Individual 33.11 88 121 Fiona Temple Letterkenny A C 33.18 89 36 Siobhan Friel Individual 33.30 90 27 Sharon Geanlan Finn Valley A C 33.30 91 110 Alice Murray Individual 35.02 92 49 Clare McBride Individual 35.05 93 69 Lynsey Harding Finn Valley A C 35.20 94 116 Derbhla McGill Letterkenny A C 35.40 95 93 Silvia Robinson Letterkenny A C 35.41 96 19 Patricia McDermott Letterkenny A C 35.52 97 10 Cathy Hamilton Letterkenny A C 35.52 98 17 Awnalia Deerey Letterkenny A C 36.02 99 73 Claire Price Letterkenny A C 36.14 100 72 Denise Gallagher Letterkenny A C 36.15 101 57 Francine Conaghan Individual 39.31 102 108 Belinda McArdle Letterkenny A C 40.13 103 81 Clare McGlynn Individual 43.02JW 104 135 Jillian Marley Milford A C 23.19Category No. FirstName Surname Club Time 105 96 Laura Lee Penrose Finn Valley A C 23.42 106 136 Caroline Marley Milford A C 26.21 107 131 Amy McGill Letterkenny A C 30.38 108 39 Grace Harkin Individual 39.14W40+ 109 14 Noleen Porter Finn Valley A C 20.15 110 4 Elish Bell Inishowen A C 23.14 111 43 Margaret Shields Letterkenny A C 23.54 112 29 Kathy Harvey Letterkenny A C 26.01 113 105 Labhaoise Maguire Letterkenny A C 28.41 114 88 Bridget Moore Individual 29.02 115 31 Patricia Dooley Finn Valley A C 29.24 116 76 Aishling Gallagher Letterkenny A C 29.52 117 40 Siobhan Boyce Individual 32.48 118 103 Susie Roarty Individual 37.14 119 104 Veronica McBride Individual 37.24 120 38 Brenda O’Neill Individual 39.14W45+ 121 85 Nancy McNamee Finn Valley A C 23.47 122 62 Josie Lawlor Individual 26.14 123 107 Ann McGinley Individual 37.17 124 106 Bernie Sweeney Individual 37.24W50+ 125 25 Gloria Donaghy Finn Valley A C 22.37 126 24 Noreen Bonner Finn Valley A C 23.04 127 16 Una Gavin City Of Derry 23.23 128 86 Mary Bond Finn Valley A C 25.26 129 125 Cristine Feeley Finn Valley A C 25.27 130 100 Valarie McGinley Rosses A.C. 29.06 131 59 Mary Martin Finn Valley A C 29.19 132 68 Ann McGill Finn Valley A C 32.18 133 22 Roseleen McGonagle Finn Valley A C 33.56RUN DONEGAL WOMEN’S 5K AT GLENVEAGH: THE RESULTS AND THE PICTURES! was last modified: May 16th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new 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A 10-year-old girl testified Wednesday that a convicted child molester had inappropriately touched her when she was taking a bath in a Glendora home. The Ontario resident said Michael Stewart Mullicane, who if convicted faces a third-strike conviction, came into the bathroom while she was bathing and fondled her. “He touched me in a bad way. It made me feel weird,” the girl testified in Pomona Superior Court. In opening statements, prosecuting attorney Jennifer McDonald said Mullicane later told the girl to keep the encounter a secret. The girl said she didn’t tell her mother because she thought she would get mad and punish her. The incident happened at Mullicane’s parents’ Glendora home in June after he went swimming with the girl and her brother. The girl’s mother and brother were occupied during the time the incident allegedly occurred. At times Wednesday, the girl smiled during her testimony or fidgeted in her chair and played with her necklace. The girl’s mother, who was 36 when she met Mullicane through a dating service, testified her daughter denied he touched her inappropriately. Mullicane’s attorney, Stuart A. Holmes, said proper protocol may not have been followed in questioning a child alleging molestation. In his opening statement, he also said the fifth-grader had a reputation for lying among neighborhood friends and a teacher. The girl’s mother, who dated Mullicane a few times before bringing her daughter and son to his house, admitted her daughter had lied in the past. She also testified finding Mullicane with her naked daughter made her upset. Mullicane, 48, facing 25 years to life in prison, was convicted in 1977 of molesting two girls and again in 1983 for molesting boys ages 7 to 13 when he was a Little League coach. Glendora city officials tried to have him removed when he returned to the city in 2003, but a judge denied the request. Mullicane remains incarcerated without bail. He may testify on his own behalf, his attorney said. The trial resumes today. email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2108 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A very impressive architecturally designed split level detached residence is on the housing market in Donegal for €595,000Very intelligently designed to reflect the contours of the site with most of the bedroom accommodation at the garden and first-floor level whilst living accommodation is at ground floor level with access from a paved external parking area enjoying commanding views over the Golf Course, River Swilly and countryside in the distance. Located within 10 minutes walk of Letterkenny s 18 Hole Golf Course with modern clubhouse facilities including Brown s Restaurant offering both informal bar food and formal dining to a very high standard. Alcorn s Garden Centre with Thyme Out Restaurant is within 10/15 minutes walk and for those last-minute forgotten essentials Charlie s Container Shop, with Honesty box, is also situated nearby.The Silver Tassie Hotel is located within a short drive whilst the extensive shopping and leisure facilities available in Letterkenny including Tesco, Dunnes Stores, Marks and Spencer, Menary s, TK Maxx, Aura Leisure Centre etc. are also located within a short drive.Woodlands National School, Educate Together and Ballyraine National School are also situated within the immediate surrounding area.This superior residence is ideally located to enjoy the extensive natural amenities available within easy driving distance including golden sandy beaches at Rathmullan, Ballymastocker / Portsalon in the Fanad Peninsula and Downings / Rosapenna in the Rosguill Peninsula, both peninsulas being located on the renowned Wild Atlantic Way.Check out the full listing by Sherry Fitzgerald/Rainey and see some photos of the property below. An architecturally impressive detached house in Letterkenny on the market for €595,000 was last modified: June 30th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Warriors … OAKLAND — I see it happening all around. It’s so easy to do, so you probably got in on the action, too.Yes, the Dubs suffered two of the worst injuries in NBA Finals history — injuries that will seriously affect next season’s team; and yes, two of their Western Conference rivals, the Lakers and the Jazz, have made big moves — acquiring Anthony Davis and Mike Conley, respectively — in the immediate aftermath of the Warriors’ vicious Finals loss.Related Articles