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Jazz hardly sweat against Knicks for 5th straight rout

first_imgUtah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) dunks during the first half of the team’s NBA basketball game against the New York Knicks, Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at Madison Square Garden in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)NEW YORK — Donovan Mitchell and Joe Ingles poured in shots from the outside and Rudy Gobert couldn’t miss from inside.The Utah Jazz are making the game look easy, and there was nothing the lowly New York Knicks could do to stop that.ADVERTISEMENT Magic cruise past Pelicans, close in on Heat in NBA playoff race Frank Ntilikina appears close to returning from a groin injury that has sidelined him since Jan. 28. He practiced with the Knicks’ NBA G League team on Tuesday, and Fizdale said the team’s medical staff said they wanted the second-year guard to get another practice in before deciding if he was ready to return.GOOD TO BE HOMEAfter playing seven of their last nine on the road, the Knicks get to settle in New York for a while. They host Denver on Friday, the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday, then follow with games next week against Toronto and Miami. They close the homestand against Chicago on April 1.UP NEXTJazz: Visit Atlanta on Thursday.Knicks: Host Denver on Friday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Mitchell, a native of Elmsford, New York, put on a good show for his home fans, shooting 12 of 20 and throwing down one particularly sharp dunk in the first half.Hezonja’s 3-pointer gave the Knicks a 3-2 lead, but Utah answered with nine straight points and never trailed again. The Jazz led 39-25 after one, shooting 65 percent, pushed it to 50-29 on Ingles’ 3-pointer in the second, and the lead stayed in the 20s for the rest of the half.“They just swung the ball around and were hitting shots,” Knicks center Mitchell Robinson said. “We were close enough to get into their airspace, but they still put them up and they made them. You’ve got to give them their props. They can shoot.”It went past 30 for the first time when Gobert’s dunk made it 81-50 early in the third, and peaked at 100-63 on Mitchell’s 3-pointer midway through the period.TIP-INSJazz: The 39 points were one shy of their highest this season in a first quarter, which they did against Miami on Dec. 12. … Jae Crowder scored 15 points.Knicks: The Knicks were also without reserve guards Allonzo Trier (strained left calf) and Kadeem Allen (ill). Though he said Smith was day-to-day, Fizdale indicated his absence could last at least one more game, saying Smith would probably be evaluated next week.BIG BLOCKERRobinson blocked a shot in his 29th straight game, breaking Patrick Ewing’s Knicks rookie record.BACK SOON? Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption 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 Mitchell scored 30 points, Gobert made all seven shots and added 18, and the Jazz romped to their fifth straight lopsided victory by beating the Knicks 137-116 on Wednesday night.“We’re doing a lot of things great on offense and defense,” Mitchell said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsIngles made six 3-pointers and also scored 18, while Mitchell made five 3-pointers as the Jazz finished 20 of 42 (48 percent) from behind the arc, tying a franchise record for makes.The Jazz, who led by as much as 37, started their winning streak with a 17-point win over Phoenix, then beat Minnesota by 20, Brooklyn by 16 and Washington by 21. LATEST STORIEScenter_img Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying MOST READ Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra “We’re trying to get better each game as this kind of finishes off here,” Ingles said, “and if that’s winning by 15, 20 or 1, or 40, whatever it is, we’re just trying to get better with each game and I think we’ve been doing that.”That was a rather soft portion of their schedule and it got even softer with a game against the NBA-worst Knicks, who the Jazz had already clobbered 129-97 at home on Dec. 29. Utah trailed for less than a minute of this one and was shooting 63 percent through three quarters, a number that dropped to 56.5 by the finish only because the best players were on the bench for most of the fourth quarter.“We just got punched,” Knicks coach David Fizdale said. “After we got punched, it was like, what victory can I find? Let’s win the second half and we did accomplish that, which I was happy with. But, we took a real serious right hand and never recovered.”Kevin Knox scored 27 points and Mario Hezonja had 23 for the Knicks, who lost for the 10th time in 11 games in the opener of a six-game homestand that keeps them home into early next month.The Knicks played without starters Dennis Smith Jr. (back) and Noah Vonleh (right ankle) along with a couple backcourt reserves.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief View commentslast_img read more

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Northern Lights College hands out serious cash

first_img· Robert Belcourt (Dave Johnson Memorial Endowment, Oil and Gas Commission Award, Real Estate Foundation of BC Award)· Bren Gage (Alaska Highway News Award, David Bradley Science Award)· Raven Huyton (NLC Fort St. John Student Council Award, Paul Dampier Student Leadership Award)· Maureen Edomwonyi (Dave Johnson Academic Studies Award, Fort St. John Elks Lodge #288 Award)Advertisement · Aaron Banks (Fort St. John LAND Transport Award, Swanberg Brothers Trucking Ltd. Commercial Transport Award)· Julie Nixon Vander Linden (Fort St. John NLC Staff Award, Finning Canada Award)· Monica Russell (Pembina Pipeline Corp. Land and Resource Management Award, Real Estate Foundation of BC Award)· Tyler Jankowski (Harley Lindley Memorial)· Erin Svisdahl (Heritage North Consulting Ltd/Jimmy Fields Memorial Award)Advertisement By Energeticcity.ca staffMore than $40,000 in awards, scholarships and bursaries were presented to Northern Lights College students last week.- Advertisement -Around 60 students received the awards, which were presented to students enrolled at NLC’s Fort St. John Campus.Many of the awards are memorial awards, while other awards are sponsored by community groups, businesses, and individuals. The awards are administered by the NLC Foundation.Below is a full list of award recipients:· Zach Dowd (Association of BC Land Surveyors Northern Group Regional Geomatics Scholarship, Blake and Tyler Peck Memorial Award, Morris Bahm Memorial Award Outdoor Studies, Northern Trust Bursary, Real Estate Foundation of BC Award)Advertisement · Courtney Thompson (Dave Johnson Memorial Award, Talisman Land and Resource Management Award)· Robert Davie (Devon Canada Corp./Dave Johnson Memorial Scholarship, BP Canada Energy Oil and Gas Field Operations Award)· Amber Penner (Devon Canada Corp. Aboriginal Award, Conoco Phillips Canada Award Aboriginal)· Adam Gamble (Fort St. John Community Arts Council Art Award, Milton John Best Memorial Award) · Susan Phillips (Fort St. John Elks Lodge #288, Fred den Ouden Memorial Award)Advertisementcenter_img Photo: Courtney Thompson, Zach Dowd and David Neil receive the Real Estate Foundation of BC Awards from Aaron Braaten – Submitted. · Tiffany Butt (Lucille Sutherland Award)· Tracey Fletcher (Morris Bahm Memorial Literacy Award)· Michael Smale (Northern BC Truckers Award/Commercial Transport Technician)· Graham Utz (NLC Business Management Award)· Eugene Hyun (NLC Fort St. John Student Council Award)· Obinna Uzodimma (NLC Fort St. John Student Council Award)· Ernie Kim (NLC Fort St. John Student Council Award)· Sara Lang (North Peace Savings and Credit Union Business Management Award)· Lenore Mallis (Petro-Canada Scholarship in Land and Resource Management)· Brett McLean (Fort St. John Lions Club Award)· Selena Munzel (Fort St. John Lions Club Award)· Natalie Ronse (Pacific Horizons Scholarship)· Brandi Schepers (Pacific Horizons Scholarship)· Alyssa Irvine (Swanberg Brothers Trucking Ltd. Applied Business Technology Award)· Xuelu Wang (Westcoast Energy Instrumentation Achievement Award)· Leann Matheson (BP Canada Energy Industrial Instrument Mechanics Foundation Trades Award)· Helen Knott (Dominion Energy Canada Ltd. Award Aboriginal)· Dianne Stewart (Early Childhood Educators of BC Award)· Laurel Clayton (Early Childhood Education Book Award)· Elaine German (Johnny Tashoots Memorial Award)· Jessica Atchison (Minerva Foundation for BC Women Award Aboriginal)· Bryan Gage (NLC 25/35 Anniversary Achievement Award)· Brianne Cairns (Northern Institute for Resource Studies Award)· Kristina Dressler-Stone (Peace River District Women’s Institute Award)· David Neil (Real Estate Foundation of BC Award)· Chris Razeau (Suncor Energy Foundation Award)· Robert St. Denis (Talisman Career and College Preparation Award Aboriginal)· John Pajor (Talisman Oil and Gas Field Operations Award Aboriginal)· Bill Preston (Talisman Power Engineering and Gas Processing Award)· Zhi Bo Liu (BC Hydro Scholarship)· Kathryn Zimmerman (Northern Metalic Tool Box Award)· Jennifer Allen (Canadian Forest Products Award)· Kendra Lamb (Adult Basic Education Association of BC)· Vasily Petkyuk (Association of BC Land Surveyors Northern Group Regional Geomatics Scholarship)· Becky Bruvold (Dave Johnson Memorial Endowment)· Denise Menard (David Crowle Memorial Award)· Sarah McKenzie (Teck Cominco Award)· Breanne Boettcher (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Jaime Brown (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Deanne Cope (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Bailie Copeland (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Joe Fenner (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Edward Franks (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Devon Klassen (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Jesse Logeman (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Ramona McAdie (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Candace Peever (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Dayle Peters (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Valerie Fieber (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Ryan Gulka (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Karen Scott (Vancouver Foundation Award)· Matthew Stewart (Vancouver Foundation Award)last_img read more

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