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Millsap rallies Jazz past Rockets in OT (AP)
The Utah Jazz understand how to finish games. It’s the starts that need some work. Paul Millsap scored 12 of his 27 points in overtime and the Jazz rallied from another double-digit deficit in a 103-99 win over the slumping Houston Rockets on Saturday night. Al Jefferson had 24 points and 13 rebounds and C.J.
Durant scores 40, Thunder beat Grizzlies (AP)
Kevin Durant’s big second half featured just the kind of performance the Oklahoma City Thunder needed in the closer’s role. Durant scored 28 of his 40 points after halftime, Russell Westbrook added 22 points and 11 assists, and the Thunder avenged a loss at Memphis earlier this week by beating the Grizzlies 109-100 on Saturday night.
Kings sign 1st-round pick Tanner Pearson (Yahoo! Sports)
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings signed forward Tanner Pearson to a three-year, entry-level contract Friday. Pearson, selected 30th overall in the June draft, had 37 goals and 54 assists in 60 regular-season games last season for the Barrie Colts in the Ontario Hockey League. He also had a goal and five assists in six games for Canada in the world junior championships.
Bryan brothers win Olympic gold at Wimbledon (Yahoo! Sports)
WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Top-seeded Bob and Mike Bryan won Olympic gold in men’s doubles on Saturday, beating Michael Llodra and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France 6-4, 7-6 (2). The American twin brothers, who have won 11 Grand Slam doubles titles, won a bronze medal in Beijing in 2008. First-time Olympians Richard Gasquet and Julien Benneteau of France won the bronze medal by beating David Ferrer and Feliciano Lopez of Spain 7-6 (4), 6-2.
Written by Betting-RSS admin on 02 April 2012. Hello dear subscribers, With regret I must tell you that we have the first negative month in 2012, hopefully will be one of the few like in 2011 and we can keep up the form and build up the profit. I don’t think that April will be the same as march as many important things will happen this month, one of them being Bucharest Tennis Open where I will be on court and where old subscribers know that we made lots of profit in past 2 years. The statistics are the following: March 201237 WON / 3 VOID / 48 LOST Staked 321.5 / Returned 297.66 Yield -7,41% / ROI 92.58 Total P/L -23,84 It has been a hectic month. Bad start and at the end had to go to London. Without the trip maybe things could have looked a little bit better. Everyone that had a bad month from the start of his calendaristic month will receive a free month of course. The stats on the website weren’t updated and I didn’t have time to post anything. In April things will go back to normal. For 21-29 of April a chat will be enabled only for the users as I will be on court at Bucharest Nastase Tiriac ATP Trophy and will send live informations about the games. So, I advice any new subscriber or old to have prepared an account with Betfair for this event. May we all have good luck and a good month!
Teemu Selanne returns to Ducks for 20th NHL season (Yahoo! Sports)
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Teemu Selanne says he’s far from finished with hockey, and the Anaheim Ducks are grateful he’s still not feeling his age. The 42-year-old Selanne agreed Thursday to a one-year, $4.5 million deal with the Ducks to return for the 20th NHL season of his remarkable career. Selanne could end up being the NHL’s oldest active player next season, yet he shows no signs of slowing after leading the Ducks in scoring last season. Only Gordie Howe ever scored more points as a 41-year-old than Selanne’s 66 last season, and Selanne sees no reason he shouldn’t keep going. ”Sometimes, age is just a number,” Selanne said in a phone interview while on vacation in Italy. ”Age is a funny thing. A lot of times, I don’t really feel 42. It’s just a number. It all depends on how you feel.” The Finnish Flash’s real numbers are much more impressive: Selanne is the 19th-leading scorer in NHL history with 1,406 points in two decades spent mostly in Anaheim, his home for parts of 13 seasons. The right wing is 12th in league history with 663 goals, and could crack the top 10 with another strong season. ”I just enjoy the game so much,” Selanne said. ”I still feel I have something to give.” Selanne has been with the Ducks for the past seven years, winning the Stanley Cup in 2007. Although he has contemplated retirement every offseason since raising the Cup, his latest return to the Ducks has been widely expected after he played all 82 games – the oldest player in NHL history to do that – without injuries. ”It was a little bit easier than last year,” said Selanne, who needed offseason knee surgery a year ago. ”Last year, I had my knee and wasn’t sure if I was able to play again. I just enjoy the game so much.” He’s in the middle of a long summer break after Anaheim missed the playoffs, but the Ducks surged in the second half of the year under new coach Bruce Boudreau. Selanne was impressed by Boudreau’s energy and management technique, and he believes the Ducks are ready for a rebound after winning just one postseason round in the past five seasons since their championship. ”Our team, we want to win again, so that was a part of my decision, too,” Selanne said. ”I truly believe we have all the pieces. We obviously have some unfinished business from last year, and I can’t wait to start the season again.” Selanne could be the NHL’s senior player this winter if goalie Dwayne Roloson – nine months older than Selanne – remains unsigned, although 47-year-old Czech goalie Dominik Hasek is entertaining the prospect of an NHL comeback. Yet Selanne’s production, enthusiasm and fitness have remained incredibly steady as he advances into his 40s. He has scored at least 25 goals in six of his last seven seasons with Anaheim, and Selanne was the NHL’s eighth-leading scorer in 2010-11 with 80 points. The Ducks gave him a raise from last season’s $4 million deal, although it’s not about money at this point for Selanne. He has a comfortable life in Orange County with his wife and four children, who have always encouraged him to keep playing. ”I think we’re all enjoying this moment right now, and my boys are happy,” Selanne said. ”My family has been so supportive. It’s another season, and they’re so excited about it.” Selanne’s teammates also were thrilled to hear the news, with left wing Bobby Ryan tweeting: ”That ageless wonder number 8 still doing it for one more year! What a beauty to be around. He’s not bad either!” Devante Smith-Pelly, Selanne’s 20-year-old teammate, was even more succinct: ”One more year! One more year!”
5-time champ Medina Garrigues loses in Palermo (Yahoo! Sports)
PALERMO, Sicily (AP) — Top-seeded Sara Errani cruised past Edina Gallovits-Hall of Romania 6-1, 6-1 in the first round of the Italiacom Open on Tuesday, while five-time champion Anabel Medina Garrigues lost to a wild-card entry. Errani, a French Open finalist last month who is ranked a career-best No. 9, won this clay tournament in 2008. Medina Garrigues, who won titles at the Country Time Club in 2001, 2004-06 and 2011, lost 6-1, 6-3 to Italy’s Maria Elena Camerin. In other matches, second-seeded Roberta Vinci beat fellow Italian Karin Knapp 6-2, 6-2; third-seeded Julia Goerges of Germany defeated Akgul Amanmuradova of Uzbekistan 6-4, 7-6 (8); and fifth-seeded Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain beat Sacha Jones of Australia 6-4, 6-1. Also, 18-year-old Laura Robson of Britain routed Valentyna Ivakhnenko of Ukraine 6-1, 6-0.