Orlando Magic snap 4-game losing skid with rout of Toronto Raptors

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Augustin had 17 points and six assists for Orlando, which had five players in double figures and a 60-41 rebounding advantage.Vucevic became the third player this decade, fifth this century and ninth in the last 44 years to post at least 30 points, 20 rebounds and eight assists in a game, the Magic said. Charles Barkley (three times), DeMarcus Cousins (twice), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, George McGinnis, David Lee, Tim Duncan, Dirk Nowitzki and Alex English are the other players to accomplish the feat since 1974.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“I think guys understood that it was time for us to turn things around,” Vucevic said. “Tonight everything clicked for us on both ends, but defense is probably the main reason we won.”After making eight of their first 12 shots, including a couple of 3-pointers by Fred VanVleet, the Raptors took a 19-9 lead. But Toronto made just 11 of its next 51 shots until Kawhi Leonard dunked late in the third quarter with Orlando leading 91-60. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titlecenter_img “This is a big boy’s league and these nights happen, it’s nothing new,” VanVleet said. “We are not the first team to lose like this.”The Magic, who had lost five straight to Toronto, outscored the Raptors 51-16 over a 16-minute span of the middle periods and led by as many as 31 points late in the third quarter.Leonard scored 21 points for the Raptors, who shot 29.5 percent in the final game of a three-game trip. Serge Ibaka added 17 points and eight rebounds.The Raptors (26-11) came into the game with the best record in the Eastern Conference, but fell percentage points behind Milwaukee with the loss.“It’s the reality of this league — every team in our league will have a win like that,” Orlando coach Steve Clifford said. “We were good tonight. I thought we were more physical. I thought Vucevic was terrific and Aaron Gordon was lights-out. He only took six shots.”ADVERTISEMENT No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Gordon got most of the credit for holding Leonard to 11 points after the first 10 minutes. Leonard had averaged 30.1 points in the 10 preceding games.“We were all tied together on defense, all in the right spots, and we executed the game plan. That was probably the best we’ve done it all year,” said Gordon, who had nine points and nine rebounds.Vucevic scored 12 points during a 21-6 run late in the first half that turned the game around.D.J. Augustin scored six straight points to stretch Orlando’s lead to 17 with 8:15 left in the third quarter, and the Raptors never threatened after that.“We never really could get stops,” Toronto coach Nick Nurse said. “We couldn’t finish at the rim very well. It was really a poor night for all of us. We were trying to shut the water off and we couldn’t.”TIP-INSRaptors: G Kyle Lowry sat out a second straight game with lower back pain. Lowry has played only once since Dec. 12. … The Raptors entered the game with the NBA’s best record and as the only team in the top 10 in scoring offense and defense.Magic: Jonathon Simmons played 20 minutes as the backup point guard. … The Magic won in their home arena for the first time since mid-November. They won two “home” games in Mexico City in mid-December, but lost all six in Orlando since beating the New York Knicks on Nov. 18. … The 29.5 opposing field goal percentage is the fifth-lowest ever against the Magic.UP NEXTRaptors: At home against Chicago on Sunday night. Orlando Magic center Nikola Vucevic (9) dribbles to the basket on Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam (43) during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Orlando, Fla., Friday, Dec. 28, 2018. (AP Photo/Willie J. Allen Jr.)ORLANDO, Florida — The Orlando Magic have had a forgettable December — until Friday night.Nikola Vucevic had 30 points and 20 rebounds and the Magic snapped a four-game losing streak with a 116-87 rout of the Toronto Raptors.ADVERTISEMENT Atlanta Hawks escape Minnesota Timberwolves in OT ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Magic: At home against Detroit on Sunday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

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SALUTE THE GAME

first_imgThe match’s whistle sounds the stadium to a standstillBall in action as eager feet ready to make perfect passesKeen eyes to take in all the moment’s glory no lesserWanting a GOAL to make the day not being worthlessEager legs so robust to tackle and keep the game goingFantastic they label those passes that arouse the crowdEach must make play the game good the fans cheeringOf time given so they must do the best for a day’s smileAs eyes search the ears listen the heart pray the lips shutSalute The GameSwift feet tense minds and unity that keeps them abreastConscious of the how and when the ball must be playedMundane to make out as champions of the amazing gameDesiring a GOAL to make the moment worth fighting forSome will cheer on whilst others will wail the day’s fateKeeping in mind this day’s record to be revered infinitelyNever will it be forgotten even when all is worn and doneThis game that makes the best the worst and vice versaSalute The GameShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Minibus, taxi collide on Mandela Avenue

first_img– passengers escape with minor injuriesA minibus on its way to Berbice ended up in a trench parallel to Mandela Avenue after colliding with a motor car on the road Saturday morning.This minibus on its way to Berbice collided with a car on Mandela Avenue and ended up in the nearby trench on Saturday morningReports are that the minibus, bearing registration number BSS 5326, and motor car HC 5186, were both heading east on Mandela Avenue when the motor car suddenly attempted to turn right into Roxanne Burnham Gardens, but ended up in the path of the oncoming bus.Both vehicles were badly damaged. The minibus ended up in the nearby canal and had to be pulled out by a tow truck.The drivers of both vehicles, along with a young lady who was using the car as a taxi at the time, received minor injuries and were taken for medical attention.last_img read more

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Weaver will be ready for opening day

first_imgIt helps explain why the Angels have been so cautious with Weaver at the start of camp. Weaver said Wednesday he underwent strength tests on the shoulder with seven of the nine tests coming back positive. That means there will still be more long toss days before he throws his first bullpen session. “There is a series of little things they can do with (your) arms and how to hold it and then put it through the computer and (get) the percentage of how much better the right arm is than the left arm,” Weaver said. “There were two of them (in which) I was like three percent better and they want at least 10 percent better.” Weaver had a long-toss session Wednesday and still said he is on schedule to start the season on time. “They want about five or six bullpens and about three or four starts so if I stay on schedule and everything keeps going the way it’s going then I think I should be ready,” he said. Position battle TEMPE, Ariz. – Left-hander Joe Saunders knows exactly what Jered Weaver is going through with shoulder soreness. Like Weaver did after last season, Saunders tried giving his arm a long break one offseason. That was in the winter of 2002 after Saunders’ first professional season. After pitching a full season at Virginia Tech in 2002, Saunders was drafted by the Angels in the first round and finished that summer pitching at Provo and Cedar Rapids. He gave himself 2 1/2 months off after the season and when he resumed throwing he realized he had some muscle atrophy in his shoulder. Instead of trying to rebuild muscle, Saunders tried to pitch through the pain and caused serious damage. He didn’t pitch in 2003 as he rehabbed rotator cuff and labrum damage. center_img Brandon Wood is finally getting a chance to take some ground balls at third base but it might be a little presumptuous to say he can beat out Chone Figgins for the Opening Day job. “If it works out and he can play third base, to have that kind of bat coming up and having a position for him is something that could help us and is something that’s going to be big for our depth,” manager Mike Scioscia said. On the hill John Lackey threw his first live batting-practice session of the spring and Scioscia was impressed. “Last year at this time he wasn’t as far along as he is now,” said Scioscia, who still declined to name Lackey as his Opening Day starter. “He really feels good and had a great workout.” Halo happenings Francisco Rodriguez, who had been throwing off flat ground, had his first bullpen session of the spring. … The Angels came to terms with five more players. Howie Kendrick, Casey Kotchman, Jeff Mathis, Dustin Moseley and Phil Seibel all agreed on contracts for the 2007 season. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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GUINNESS HULA-HOOP WORLD RECORD BROKEN BY DONEGAL SCHOOLCHILDREN

first_imgSchoolchildren from all over Donegal have combined to set a new WORLD RECORD for Hula-Hooping at the LYIT campus today. The event which was organised by fourth-year Sports students at LYIT was attended by hundreds of kids from schools in Letterkenny, Drumkeen and Ramelton.To break the world record the children had to participate in a six-minute Hula-Hoop workout. And, in glorious sunshine, a total of 461 children did just that!The previous Guinness WORLD RECORD for a Hula-Hoop workout was set by 407 schoolchildren in America.We all love doing the hula!Del Rey Elementary School in Orinda, California, held the previous Guinness World Record by participating in a five minute Hula-Hoop workout.However, today schoolchildren from all over Donegal smashed that record by participating in a six-minute Hula-Hoop workout. The event was organised to raise funds for Motor Neurone Syndrome.One of the co-organisers, Ciaran McBride from Letterkenny, told Donegal Daily they were delighted with the turn-out.He says he hopes to hear back from the Guinness World record organisers very soon.“There was strict criteria. We had to video all the children going in and we will send that off to get it verified. We had the numbers and hopefully we have done enough to break the record,” he said.GUINNESS HULA-HOOP WORLD RECORD BROKEN BY DONEGAL SCHOOLCHILDREN was last modified: May 1st, 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:donegalHula HoopletterkennyLYITstudentsworld recordlast_img read more

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Rains now welcome Between the Rows

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Lamar Liming – Trumbull/ Mahoning CountyWe are in pretty good shape. We got 2 to almost 2.5 inches the beginning of last week in three different rains. We’re lucky there. It is supposed to rain a half-inch plus tomorrow and maybe some on Wednesday.Pollination went fine and the corn is a good color. The conditions were pretty good through pollination. I replanted 10 acres and I don’t know if it will amount to anything, but otherwise corn looks good. The corn is about a month behind.The soybeans are coming along pretty well. We got the late-planted beans sprayed. It was actually a little wet when we did it. Weed control looks good too. They are way behind but the look good.We have found a little gray leaf spot in the corn but that is about it. We are not planning on applying fungicides.I am hoping at the end of the week to dry bale and chop some of the late second cutting to wrap up second cutting hay. Next week then we’ll start on third cutting. The hay is a little light. It has been dry enough that it held the grass back.The hot weather knocked the dairy back a little. The cows have come back since then and are doing alright. We’re actually in pretty good shape with applying manure. We should have about everything out this week and have the manure pit empty. There is 70 acres of prevented planting corn so we had that to haul on. We disked that a couple of times. I had a cover crop on it last year after wheat so we are just going with that.I was over around Upper Sandusky about 10 days ago. I couldn’t believe it. Our crops are nothing to write home about, but I felt pretty good after I left there. At least we have crops to harvest. Depending on how we finish up we could be about average for yields.Andrew Armstrong — Clark CountyWe could use a shower. Last week we got a couple of little showers amounting to a little over an inch. Some of our farms got all of them. Some got a few of them but we are back to being dry again. The rains we got last week were just enough to keep everything going. There is rain in the forecast for tomorrow. I hope we get it.The corn is progressing well. It has tasseled and everything is mostly pollinated and we’re starting to see fill. The dry weather, though, has put the corn on pause until we get some more rain.The disease pressure has been down. We’ve been scouting and everything looks pretty good on the corn side. We are still fighting weeds in the beans — giant ragweed and marestail. We are hoping this final batch of spray will take care of that. Two weeks ago I could still make out the rows in the beans and that is not good at all. It has allowed the weed pressure to stay with us in the 15-inch rows. If we don’t get it taken care of we will have a major issue next year.Since we haven’t found disease, we won’t spray any fungicide. There have been a few years in the past where we have done some emergency spraying. We don’t spray if we don’t find disease.We are also spraying our prevented planting ground. We had a little less than 200 acres of prevented planting. We bush hogged some of the thicker weeds and we are spraying now to keep them controlled for next year.Time will tell what the correct decision would be. We have discussed cover crops but we have always ended up not worrying about it because they can open up a whole different set of problems.Nathan Brown — Highland CountyWe are starting to get dry. We drove to Dayton over the weekend and the grass was a little browner there. We were hoping for a rain last week and it didn’t pan out. We’re hoping on Tuesday we get a good rain.The corn has gotten through pollination and it looks like we did fairly well. Most of the corn pollinated when it was in the mid-80s and not the mid-90s like it was before. The only disease I’ve found came in early, but we went ahead and sprayed fungicide last week on all of our corn for plant health and standability. I think this could turn into a long fall with the high moisture we could have and I think the fungicide could help with standability.We are probably 3 weeks behind where we normally would like to be. I think it will be the end of October as long as we keep getting heat units before we can start harvesting much.The soybeans are coming on. I have one field that was planted in April and the next field that was planted was almost a month difference. The early planted beans have a lot more branching and I think they are definitely going to be better. I am seeing some pod abortion with the dry weather we are having. I have seen a little frogeye in the lower canopy but nothing toward the top.We have pretty good populations but canopy closure has been an issue. We’re not filling in the 15-inch rows and sunlight is getting through to the soil and we are having a late flush of weeds. In the last week to 10 days the ragweed and marestail are coming on pretty strong. At this point in the year, though, I think we are just going to have to let them go with the yield possibility of these beans. We’ll try to come in this fall and clean some things up and get cover crops established.We have some wheat ground where we got cover crops planted July 25. Things are up and looking good but we could use a shot of rain on them.We are getting ready for a cover crop field day on the farm on Aug. 21. If you are thinking about doing cover crop this fall, seed is going to be short. I am hearing the same thing with wheat seed. It is in short supply.Dylan Baer — Wood CountyWe caught a shower. We were getting dry but we caught an inch of rain and it was pretty well timed for us. There are some areas north of here that only got 3 or 4 tenths and they could have used more. It sounds like there is a chance of rain tonight that might solve everybody’s problems.The corn just started tasseling and that rain is really going to help us. If we get some more rain tonight we’ll be in good shape. We have good color. We’re a month behind but it looks good. It feels like it should be the middle of July and not August.I think the weather this fall will dictate how the corn will do. It is on track to be at least average corn if the weather holds and we don’t get an early frost.We are going to be scouting this week to see what is out there. If there is a fungicide needed we are definitely going to do it. It looks like there is yield potential there.The beans are hit or miss. They all look pretty good color-wise but some fields never took off. We have some that are only as tall as a pop bottle. We’re scratching our heads about how we are going to get those through the combine. I don’t know what the difference is but there are some others with good height and good color.Most people are still pretty down on 2019. It is so hard to tell what we will have out there. At least we are out doing things. We have had a dry spell that allowed us to get some work done. We got all of our ground covered right now except for in some wheat stubble where we are working on tillage and manure application. We have all of our prevented planting acres covered with rye or soybeans. We planted soybeans on the field we are going to plant to wheat this fall with the idea that they will create a little nitrogen for the wheat.I am halfway through second cutting hay. It has not been what I’d hoped for. It looked like there was going to be a lot of hay there. I think on 16 acres I got 480 bales. We spread some fertilizer on it and we’ll try again with third cutting. Quality was good, though. I was happy with that.last_img read more

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Aspiring Entrepreneurs: Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts center_img chris cameron A month ago in our list of the “Top 6 Colleges with Entrepreneurial Programs” we highlighted the opportunities for the forward thinkers at Babson College in Massachusetts. Babson also happens to be the professional home of Daniel Isenberg, a management practice professor, who recently contributed to the Harvard Business Review’s “The Conversation” blog with a post titled, “Should You Be an Entrepreneur? Take This Test.” In his post Isenberg provides twenty questions that any aspiring entrepreneur should ask themselves before quitting their day job to make sure they have what it takes to succeed.“I’ve learned in my own years as an entrepreneur — and now an entrepreneurship professor — that there is a gut level “fit” for people who are potential entrepreneurs,” writes Isenberg. “There are strong internal drivers that compel people to create their own business.”Isenberg’s self-examination includes true/false statements like, “I don’t like being told what to do by people who are less capable than I am,” and “I would rather fail at my own thing than succeed at someone else’s.” After completing the 20-part checklist, Isenberg gives you the entrepreneurial green light if you answered “yes” to 17 or more of the questions.According to Isenberg’s checklist, the ideal entrepreneur likes to win, likes to “question conventional wisdom”, is “rarely satisfied” and gets so excited by their ideas that they “can’t sit still”. Of course, having some entrepreneurship in your blood can’t hurt either; one of Isenberg’s signs of an entrepreneur is having members of their family or close friends who run their own business. For his final question, he suggests that a worthy entrepreneur “could have written a better test” than his.Isenberg warns that while answering “yes” to most of these questions could mean you’d make a good entrepreneur, it doesn’t necessarily mean you should quit your job right away. “Do you have debts to pay? Kids in college? Alimony? Want to take it easy? Maybe better to wait,” he writes. Finally, he adds that risk-takers and money-seekers do not make for good entrepreneurs. “People don’t choose to be entrepreneurs by opting for a riskier lifestyle,” writes Isenberg. “Risk is ultimately a personal assessment: what is risky for me is not risky for you.”Can a simple checklist weed-out the true entrepreneurs with potential from the wannabes looking to make quick cash? Or is there more to one’s potential for success as an entrepreneur than these twenty attributes? Let us know what you think makes for great entrepreneurs in the comments. Tags:#start#tips last_img read more

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What Are Your Infections?

first_imgIf you had an infection somewhere in your body, you would know because you would feel bad. Maybe you would be tired and run down, or maybe you would have some other, much worse symptoms. If you felt bad long enough, you might go to the doctor to rid yourself of the infection so you could feel better.Your mind is also full of all kinds of infections. These infections cause you to feel bad in a different way. You might feel fine physically, but you might have self-limiting beliefs or an unhealthy attitude. These infections can make you feel fearful, angry, unhappy, or passive-aggressive. They provide you with excuses. They sap of you of your emotional energy, and much worse.These infections are made up of your thoughts, your beliefs, you fears, and your ideas about how things are supposed to be. You picked up these infections from other people, including your parents, your peers in school, your co-workers, the television news, and your Facebook feed.Here are three things you need to know about what your infections.You don’t know you have these infections or how you got them. You have no idea what you are infected with or where you first contracted it. The idea that where you are in your life is someone else’s fault isn’t unique to you; a lot of people carry that infection. The idea that you can be what you want or have what you want because of some circumstances of your birth is as frequent as the common cold.You are spreading your infections. Your children are catching a good bit of what you’ve got. So are your co-workers. You share your fears, your frustrations, and your deeply-held beliefs without ever considering that you are passing these things on to others, including the people you love.You can choose your infections. Most people, me included, are guilty of confirmation bias. We tend to seek information that confirms what we already believe, ignoring any evidence to the contrary. It would take courage to face our fears and admit to ourselves that we have stolen our own power. But once you are aware of your infections, you can replace them. The self-limiting beliefs can be replaced by an empowering set of beliefs. All you need to do is find someone who believes something that you vehemently disagree with and try on their beliefs.Successful people, no matter how original, are infected with what has always infected successful people. Those who aren’t as successful as they want to be all share a very common, very well-known set of infections. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Nowlast_img read more

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See Something. Say Something.

first_img Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Now Seeing something and not saying something is condoning that behavior.I learned a great deal from the CEO for whom I worked for many years. If she walked into the lobby and it wasn’t impeccably clean, she would immediately move people to clean it up and improve the appearance. It mattered how we appeared to the outside world, and it made a statement about who we are.If a client had an issue that required a call she would insist that the call be made immediately, and the issue resolved as quickly as possible. This set a standard for how things were done. It became part of the culture. If there was a problem, we addressed it.You can take a long time to recognize that, as a leader, when you see something that isn’t right, allowing it to continue without saying something is condoning that behavior. This is true even when you don’t condone the behavior and you want it to be otherwise. In this case, silence is consent.You may want to believe that there is only so much bandwidth for correcting everything you see that’s not being done to the standard you set. You may want to believe that you need to keep some powder dry for the bigger issues. But this is more of a broken-windows sort of issue. By setting the standard on small things, you make it easier to set the standard on big things. There is no reason to keep your powder dry, and by refusing to consent to letting the small things go, you are raising the standard and making it easier not to let the big things go.As the leader you set the pace. You set the standard. You get to decide who you and your team are, what you stand for, and what you won’t stand for. If you don’t want to stand for a low standard, you cannot allow your silence to be consent. You cannot ignore an issue and allow people to believe you condone the behavior.last_img read more

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Rahul Dravid’s replacements for U-19 and India A coach jobs appointed

first_imgRahul Dravid’s replacements for U-19 and India A coach jobs appointedSitanshu Kotak will perform head coach and batting coach duties with India A, with Ramesh Powar, the former India off-spinner, taking over as bowling coach and T. Dilip as fielding coach.advertisement Indo-Asian News Service New DelhiAugust 29, 2019UPDATED: August 29, 2019 12:08 IST Former India captain Rahul Dravid (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSRahul Dravid had served as the head coach of the two teams since his appointment in 2015Sitanshu Kotak and Paras Mhambrey have been named head coaches of the India A and U19 teamsThe report stated the appointment of the two has been made only for next few monthsFormer Indian skipper Rahul Dravid, who has been appointed as the head of cricket at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), will no longer serve as the head coach of India A and U19 teams.According to an ICC report, Sitanshu Kotak and Paras Mhambrey have been named head coaches of the India A and U19 teams, respectively. However, the report stated the appointment of the two has been made only for “next few months”.Dravid had served as the head coach of the two teams since his appointment in 2015, till being given the NCA position earlier this year.Kotak, the former Saurashtra batsman, will perform head coach and batting coach duties with India A, with Ramesh Powar, the former India off-spinner, taking over as bowling coach and T. Dilip as fielding coach.The 46-year-old, who averaged 41.76 in 130 first-class matches while taking 70 wickets, was in charge of the Saurashtra side in the domestic set-up.Former India fast bowler Mhambrey, who has worked for long with the ‘A’ and U19 sides under Dravid, will be the head coach, as well as the bowling coach of the junior side at the upcoming Asia Cup in Colombo in September.He will be assisted by former India batsman Hrishikesh Kanitkar and Abhay Sharma, a wicket-keeper in his playing days, as batting and fielding coaches respectively of the India U19 team.Also Read | Bharat Arun on Jasprit Bumrah’s Antigua heroics: Best spell of fast bowling from an Indian in long timeAlso see:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byNitin Kumar Tags :Follow Sitanshu KotakFollow Rahul DravidFollow India A Nextlast_img read more

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