Redondo, to AS: “My relationship with Real Madrid is eternal”

first_img-Modric has led the team in the last four Champions. Do you think your time in Madrid is coming to an end?-Modric is a different, unbalanced player. You have to take care of it because it is still very important for this Madrid.Do you see Sergio Ramos retiring at Real Madrid?-Sergio has a lot of football ahead of him. He is physically privileged and for his professionalism he will be the one to decide when to end his career. Logically it has to be in Madrid and should continue to be linked by everything he represents.Do you think that Benzema has taken a step forward with Cristiano’s march to Italy?-They are two players with very different characteristics. Yes, Benzema assumed more prominence, he demonstrated his scoring ability over time and his entire hierarchy. Round Round “On the day of the heel the whole audience at Old Trafford said goodbye standing up applauding” Today I know turn 20 of the ‘Round Heel’ at Old Trafford. That technical prodigy It went down in the history of football and Real Madrid, who won that Champions League. Fernando Carlos Redondo relive with AS his legendary heel.Redondo (50 years) attends us via telephone. It is ten at night in Buenos Aires (three in the morning in Madrid). The conversation flows like a game where everything comes out. “Your heel at Old Trafford is a legendary football action like The hand of God or Higuita’s scorpion“Fernando is laughing and repeats” 20 years, 20 years … of the Eighth! “.” That 20 years is nothing, “sings Carlos Gardel. Life is a tango. We started.-How are you experiencing the global crisis of COVID19?-It is very painful and complex what we have to live. I do it with uncertainty, with responsibility and at the same time with the hope that together as a society we can overcome it.-How do you see the situation in Spain, Italy and the rest of the world from Argentina?-The reality is that the situation is so similar at a global level, beyond statistics, that we are facing and going through it in the same way.-This deadly virus has taken thousands of people, including Lorenzo Sanz. What memories do you have of being your president in the Seventh and Eighth?-I was so sorry. I have great memories of him, of his human quality, of his closeness, of special shared moments, such as the two Champions that you refer to, particularly the Seventh, so special to us, after 32 years without Madrid I could win it, which meant a before and after. I also know from my father, who was present at my transfer negotiations, the special interest he put in so that it could take place and I could be a Madrid player. I will always be grateful to you. I am very fond of his family and with Fernando, his son, I have a great friendship. I look forward to the moment when we can come together and honor him accordingly.-Fernando Sanz was the one who signed you as LaLiga ambassador?-Yes, Fernando called me at the beginning of last year, he explained the project to me and it is an honor for me to represent and transmit my experience and the values ​​of LaLiga.-In his stage, Madrid won two Champions in three years and in the last stage he has won four Champions in five years, is that winning genetics on the Madrid shield?-Without a doubt. It is the Madridista DNA that is reflected throughout its history. It is one of the characteristics that differentiates this team and this club from the rest. Round -How is your relationship with the club currently?-My relationship with Real Madrid is eternal. I don’t play with veterans because of my knee injury anymore, but we’re still in touch. The times I go to the Bernabéu or Valdebebas they make me feel at home.-How does a soccer fan live without football?– At the moment the reality is the priority. But I still watch a lot of football, games of this season, old, World Cups. Hopefully soon we can say that we are going to see a match at a stadium, since it will mean that we have left this nightmare behind. My experience in soccer gives me the certainty that we can overcome it if we do it together, leaving selfishness aside, being truly supportive and aware of the problem we face.-Before the break, Zidane was being discussed again and there was speculation about his departure if he did not achieve any title. How do you see these criticisms?-All of us who were in Madrid, those of us who wore that shirt, know full well that the criticism is part of the requirement to which the history and importance of this club subject you. In this sense, the naturalness with which Zidane develops is remarkable, having already amply demonstrated the great coach he is.-Casemiro has been done with the equipment handle. Do you think you need a spare part to rotate and not be loaded with so many games?-In my case, the more I played the better I felt. He is young and has great physical power. I think that if necessary, the coach will know how to assess the moment, the competition schedule and the feelings of the player himself.-How do you analyze the stellar irruption of Fede Valverde?-As very important to the team. He is very young, has great dynamics and in this short time has shown a great personality. “Vinicius? The definition is working and has all the time ahead” -This Sunday April 19 marks the 20th anniversary of his legendary heel at Old Trafford. How do you remember that historical move, the true symbol of the Eighth?-I think it’s a lie that 20 years have passed. It will be that good memories keep you closer. Maybe also because we finished the season getting that eighth Champions. I remember well the play that begins in our own field, pressured by the Manchester players, I receive from Roberto Carlos, I play with Savio who returns me classy above Gary Neville’s head and I start forward, lying on the left wing. In one against one the heel was a technical resource, a moment of inspiration. He had not done it professionally before, but with some frequency in minor divisions when he played in Argentinos Juniors. For me it was important to raise my head and pause to see Raúl arrive at the far post and finish in goal. It was a great football match, back and forth. They had a very good team, they were the current champions and they had not lost their home in Champions for more than a year. Old Trafford is a fantastic setting. I remember perfectly that once the match was over, when we were leaving for the locker room, the whole audience said goodbye standing up applauding even though their team had been eliminated. I enjoyed that spirit of understanding this game.-After his heel, Ferguson declared: “What does that player have in his boots? Magnets?” And Collina said: “I will never forget Redondo’s heel, it was one of the most beautiful plays I ever saw on a soccer field.” The rival coach and the referee of the match …-Two huge details that are also part of that beautiful memory.-20 years have passed since that play and 22 of the Seventh, but Real Madrid has him in his Olympus, he remains an idol, they have not forgotten him. How does it feel to be a Real Madrid legend?-I don’t feel like a legend. But it is very rewarding for me every time I visit Madrid and receive the affection of people beyond the passing of time. It never ceases to amaze me. “It seems incredible to me that 20 years have passed since that move” -Vinicius, Rodrygo, Odegaard, Valverde, Jovic, Kubo … How do you see the club’s policy of investing in young talents called to be cracks in the future?-Successful. Madrid always believed and bet a lot on his youth team, not only with the signings. In fact, there are countless cases of players arising from it who have excelled in different top-level teams with the possibility of returning to the first team, knowing that adapting young players requires time and a logical process.Do you think Vinicius can improve the definition?-Surely. There are players who are born with that talent, those we call scorers have a different ability to solve, they are specialists. But the definition is worked on, it also depends on the technical capacity of the mentality, the confidence and the maturity that the player acquires through continuity. Vinicius has all the time ahead.-Your son, Fede (born in 2003), is breaking it in Argentinos Juniors and I know that they have come to sign him from England.-It is true. He is still very young, he has to continue maturing and completing the training process. It has the conditions, the rest depends on it.-When does Fernando Redondo intend to take the step to the bench? Do you want to start training?– I had two concrete proposals last year, but it was not the opportune moment. We did an interview when the UEFA Pro course was ending in the Spanish Federation, where we discussed the decision and the importance of training. I was scheduled to travel in late March to Spain, Italy and England to see and compare working methodologies. Logically we will have to wait for the situation, but the idea of ​​training is very clear to me.last_img read more

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Brasanac: “I’d rather play behind closed doors than not play”

first_imgWhen it seems that the training of the football teams could be about to resume, the red player, Darko Brasanac He appeared at a press conference by videoconference to analyze the current situation of Osasuna.As for how he is managing not knowing when the competition will return, he said: “We are used to receiving a lot of information about the coronavirus in general. We hope that these figures begin to drop. I am used to this. I’m doing what I have to do, spend time with the family and see if they confirm anything else for us. ” The Serb claimed that he is looking forward to resuming the routine: “We are all looking forward to it. We have talked and are looking forward to training again, doing the normal things that are done in one season. We are doing a very good job at home because we know that it is important and that we have to be prepared to come back and then everything will be easier ”. Luckily, no serious case of Coronavirus has touched him closely: “Luckily I have no one around who has been affected by the virus in a serious way, although I know that many people have had a very bad time. It has not touched me close and I have not felt fear. We all know that we are a very good group and everyone at home has fulfilled what the club has asked of us. ” In case of returning to the competition, the players would be subjected to the COVID-19 test beforehand, regarding what they said: “There is a lot of talk about this. I understand that if the Ministry of Health says that we should be tested, anyone else can do it. A month or fifteen days ago there were not so many options to do tests but now, from what I have heard, there is more ease to do tests and if Health authorizes it, we will do it. It would be a way to control who is or is not infected or who has passed it ”.Everything indicates that everything possible will be done to finish the championship in Spain and regarding this, he says: “When the virus is controlled we could return to normal little by little, in life in general and in football. Many people want to see football return. Everything is very rare without football. We spend a lot of time playing or watching soccer, although I know it is not a primary need. ” The return would be behind closed doors and for Rojillo: “Soccer without spectators is not normal, but this situation has never been experienced either. I in Serbia played games without an audience and it is very rare. It is also not good to be at home and not know when you are going to play a game. SIf they give us a choice between football without a hobby or that there is no football for a year, I prefer to play behind closed doors. We all know what El Sadar is and what the hobby means to us. I hope that next season the fans can return and that they will be in Primera and in a new stadium. We want to play to see the fans in Primera again. ”Darko also referred to the return to training: “We don’t know when it will be. Until we train in the field we will not really know how we are. When we resume training we will see how much we have lost and how much time we would need, although it will not be much. It will not be a normal preseason. We will train alone or in groups, we will see. We have not been on vacation, but we had no margin to do some things, such as ball work, space… ”.last_img read more

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#JaVotes2016: Arthritis can’t stop 66-y-o from voting

first_imgAudrey Anderson is 66-year-old and has arthritis of the spine, but that did not stop her from crossing a bridge and climbing several steps to get to her polling station located inside Grove Primary School, in St Andrew East Rural. Minutes later, Anderson slowly made her way from the polling station clutching the arm of a much younger male voter and with the assistance of her walking stick, but happy that she had come out to support her political party. “I want my party and my candidate to win. A feel good this morning, a don’t wake up with any pain,” she told The Gleaner. The elderly woman was among a steady stream of voters who have been filing into the six polling stations located inside the school to vote for their candidate. The Jamaica Labour Party’s Juliet Holness is challenging the People’s National Party’s Imani Duncan-Price to become the parliamentary representative for the constituency. Simone Dunn had no difficulty with the bridge and the steps and said she came out to vote because she wanted to have a say in how her country is governed. “My vote is my right,” said Dunn, who indicated that she has heard things during the election campaign that has attracted her attention. EAST RURAL ST ANDREW CANDIDATES PNP: Imani Duncan-Price JLP: Juliet Holnesslast_img read more

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JC, STETHS clash for Olivier Shield

first_imgThe traditional battle for all-island schoolboy football supremacy will take place at the Stadium East field today.ISSA-FLOW Manning Cup champions Jamaica College (JC) will square off against ISSA-FLOW daCosta Cup winners St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) for the Olivier Shield. Kick-off time is 2:30 p.m.The Miguel Coley-coached JC, unbeaten in the Olivier Shield since 2012 will be seeking three titles in a row to go with the Manning Cup three-peat they completed two weeks ago.JC enter today’s match in a very confident mood after their 1-0 win over arch-rivals St George’s College in the Manning Cup final. JC lack the stars of last year but have made up for that with supreme team play.”I love to design systems and stuff. I am a personality coach. This year, we probably didn’t have any superstars, but we have persons who can play football and with the management team to back it we just go out there and give it our all, Coley told The Gleaner recently.Today is expected to be another tactical battle for the Shield with some of Coley’s key charges including Donovan Dawkins who led the way with a semi-final brace and a superb title-winning goal in the Manning Cup, goalkeeper Jahmali Waite and captain and defensive rock Allando Brown.Meanwhile, the well-oiled blue and yellow STETHS machine will be seeking to claim their first Olivier Shield since 1999. Tactician Omar Wedderburn will be looking to pull out all the stops to no doubt win one of the trophies which has eluded him.He has so far won the 2010, 2013 and 2015 daCosta Cup and the Ben Francis KO six straight times from 2010 to 2015.Among their key players today will be midfielder Shawn Genus, forward Romario Wright and defender Neville Graham who will no doubt be looking to put in a team effort in the absence of leading goal scorer Michael Kerr who will miss today’s final due to injury. Kerr has scored 32 goals this season with 29 coming in the daCosta Cup.last_img read more

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Thompson faces tough Eugene test

first_img Tori Bowie has been the highest ranked American in the 100m over the past two years and with 10.81 already on the books, is also the fastest woman in that event so far this season. That time came in an impressive win over Schippers at the Doha Diamond League and will be fresh in the minds of both athletes as they line up in the longer sprint tomorrow. Bowie also has fond memories of this meet after taking a surprise win in the 200m at the 2014 Prefontaine Classic beating the likes of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who had won the world title the previous year, Olympic champion Allyson Felix, Blessing Okagbare and Murielle Ahoure. The pair have already had some exciting battles in the 200 metres and 60 metres with Schippers edging the Jamaican for the gold medal in the 200m at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China last year, before taking silver ahead of Thompson, who won bronze in the 60m at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in an hour or so North of the venue for tomorrow’s clash, the University of Oregon’s iconic Hayward Field. EUGENE, Oregon The developing rivalry between Jamaican sprinter Elaine Thompson and Dutch speedster Dafne Schippers is threatening to become one of the most exciting in international track and field and the two will go at it again here tomorrow, at the Prefontaine Classic. That’s all quite frightening from everyone else, but she won’t be Thompson’s only worry in Eugene. In fact, Thompson, who last season catapulted to the upper echelon of world class sprinting, has found herself on the wrong side of close finishes more often than she would like. Thompson, who will be making her first appearance in the half-lap event this season after solid work on her start, which included assignments in the 60m and 100m, comes up against an athlete, who has certainly not slowed down since the heights of 2012. Schippers is already responsible for the fastest time in the event this year — 22.02, which also to be her second best time in the 200m and her early season 10.83 run in the 100m, which is just a shade off her 10.81 seconds personal best in that event. In their six meeting over the 200m and 60m indoors, Thompson has only finished ahead of the big Netherlands star on one occasion, in the 60m semi-final at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Portland earlier this year. It was at tomorrow’s venue where she also lost an extremely close 100m race to American English Gardner, who like her, ran 10.84 seconds in what was the Jamaican’s only loss in the event for the entire season. She certainly seems to like a challenge and with her unbeaten start to the season, it would come as less of a surprise this time around, if she does in fact go on to get the win ahead of more favoured opposition.last_img read more

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The Wright View | Let’s listen to the most important people in sports

first_imgAs we usher in the new year, it is customary to reflect on the year that was. In sports, Jamaicans excelled, not only on the world stage, but locally. We, the fans, revelled in the performance of our fellow citizens, who overcame fantastic odds while excelling in their respective activities. What seems to be forgotten or sidelined in 2016 is the great amount of personal pain and sacrifice our sportsmen and sportswomen go through, day in day out, in order to excel at sports. The impression was created in 2016 that the administrators/organisers were just as or even more important than the performers! In nearly every major sport, the administrators and the performers (athletes) had differences that affected the performance of the team or individuals. In cricket, it seems that for the regional team, every forward step, seemed to be followed by a step backward. The achievement of three world titles in a calendar year is unprecedented, but the almost Trumpian ‘tit for tat’ between players and administrators left many West Indians, simply fed up and longing for a change. But, (and this is a big but), there is as yet no hint that things will be better in the new year. Politicians, fans and the players themselves have agitated for a change at the top in the administration of the game, while those accused of being the cause, ‘hunker down’ as the team continues its relentless slide down the ICC rankings. Football, unfortunately, was no different in 2016. Poor decision after poor decision, has resulted in a similar slide of the Reggae Boyz down the FIFA rankings, while the president plays a game of ‘see me now, see me soon’. The belated (stated) plan to use local players in future international games, seems not to be a realisation that the opposite policy since 1998 has failed, but seems to be driven by purely economic reasons, as sponsors have belatedly discovered the fact that they have an important role to play in ‘shaping policy’. In a cash-strapped environment, withholding donations/sponsorship of major sports has proven to be a major ‘attention grabber’. Hopefully this ‘fact’ will resonate in the minds (and pockets) of businessmen when contemplating financial support for sports. Netball Jamaica saw long-time president and major cheerleader Marva Bernard leaving the top job. What followed was a roller coaster ride that saw the Sunshine Girls plunging to unprecedented lows, then rising to unusual heights. The defeat of the English netball team (in England) in the final and deciding game of a three-match Test series, must be acknowledged as the first time (in my memory) that tactics adjusted during a game paid rich dividends. But as we have seen in 2016, highs are inevitably followed by lows. The coach of the Sunshine Girls promptly resigned as soon as she returned to the island. Will we ever learn the ‘real’ reason for her unusual decision? Maybe not, but there are many fans who now wait to see if the nation’s leading netball coach (Winston Nevers) will get a chance of proving himself on the international scene. We are waiting to exhale. Space does not permit this column to reflect on every sport in 2016, however, in the tradition of having a New Year’s wish/resolution, let us all hope that in 2017, the organisers and administrators of sports will resolve to LISTEN to, and sincerely consider, the hopes and requests of the most important people in sports: THE ATHLETES. May every reader of this column get enough in 2017 not more, not less of all that you wish for.last_img read more

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Easy for Juventus

first_imgTURIN, Italy (AP):Dani Alves inspired Juventus to a 2-1 win over Monaco yesterday to send the Italian club to their second Champions League final in three years.Alves set up Mario Mandzukic’s opener in the 33rd minute and got on the scoresheet himself on the stroke of half-time with a fantastic volley s as Juventus swept to a 4-1 victory on aggregate.Kylian Mbappe scored a consolation goal in the 69th minute for Monaco, as Juventus remained on course for the treble. Massimiliano Allegri’s side is likely to secure an unprecedented sixth Serie A title on Sunday at Roma, while it is also in the Italian Cup final.Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid meet today for the other second-leg match. Defending champions Real Madrid lead 3-0.last_img read more

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Cavalier, Mountain View are KSAFA champions

first_imgCavalier and Mountain View are the Magnum-KSAFA Super League and Major League champions, respectively.In the finals played at the Constant Spring Sports Complex on Friday night, Cavalier clipped Santos 2-1 with the winners’ goals coming from rising star Alex Marshall in the fourth minute and Ryan Miller in the 90th. Santos got their consolation strike from Sheldon Jones deep into injury time.The Major League clash ended 0-0 after full and extra time and it took the dreaded penalty shoot-out to decide the winners. Mountain View won 5-4.The other sponsors for the league include Charles Chocolate, Pure Water, Delgado Health Services and Soccer Xpress.last_img read more

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Staying alive

first_imgOSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Clement Leutcheu finished with 24 points while Ed Dixon had 19 for the Blazers who turned their game up a notch in the extra period while the Generals faded.Sidney Onwubere sent the game to overtime with a triple with 19 seconds left in regulation, but the Generals were made to bleed for their points in overtime, leading to their 11th loss in 17 games.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLervin Flores provided a strong and steady presence inside the paint as Arellano survived a flat start to subdue Perpetual Help, 62-52, and keep its Final Four hopes alive last Thursday in NCAA Season 93 basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.Missing the injured Kent Salado, the Chiefs found a savior in the bull-strong Flores, who scored 16 of his 19 points in the first half as Arellano moved up to with an 8-9 record behind Letran in the race for the last Final Four berth.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Flores’ stellar first half gave the Chiefs a lift when they needed it the most after Arellano went scoreless for almost seven minutes to start the game.Salado, the Chiefs’ leading scorer with 18 points a game this season, has been ruled out for the remainder of the tournament due to a knee injury (medial collateral ligament) he sustained in the victory over San Sebastian last Tuesday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“There is newfound confidence within the team, knowing that we can win without him (Salado),” said Arellano coach Jerry Codiñera. “We started bad. But when Flores made his first basket, things tapered off especially our doubts and apprehensions in the game.”Later, St. Benilde dragged Emilio Aguinaldo College out of Final Four contention with a 94-84 overtime victory. Mr. McTavish begs for citizenship Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours LATEST STORIES SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball PLAY LIST 05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball02:43Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View commentslast_img read more

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NBA: Leonard’s rehab going slower than Parker’s, coach Popovich says

first_imgCoco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny “Tony is at the point where he has been going five-on-five and that sort of thing. He’s not totally confident. It will be a few more weeks,” he said.  “But he’s definitely going in the right direction, and so is Kawhi. It’s just been taking a little bit longer,” he said.  Khristian Ibarrola /raSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Folayang banking on experience against Nguyen: ‘I have been fighting for a long time’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’center_img It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson MOST READ Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ However, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich revealed that the speedy point guard is most likely to return to the hardwood earlier than the lanky superstar.“He’s just coming along more slowly, for whatever reason,” the three-time NBA Coach of the Year described Leonard’s rehab process to San Antonio Express-News’ Tom Orsborn.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“It’s just been more difficult for him to get through the rehab routine. His body hasn’t reacted the same way.”“Pop” also asked fans to be a tad more patient, as both players are striving to get back on the court and are on the right track back to being fully healthy. San Antonio Spurs’ LaMarcus Aldridge (12) and Tony Parker, of France, congratulate Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard (2) after his go-ahead 3-point basket with less than 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Houston Rockets, Monday, March 6, 2017, in San Antonio. San Antonio won 112-110.  AP/Darren AbateThe San Antonio Spurs have managed a strong start to the 2017-2018 NBA season so far, notching a 6-4 record despite the absence of cornerstones Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker due to injuries.Parker appeared to have suffered the more serious setback, rupturing his quadriceps tendon during the playoffs last season, while Leonard is currently nursing a badly sprained ankle from the post-season as well.ADVERTISEMENT Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson View commentslast_img read more

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