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سایت بت برو : Welcome to the NRL, Mark

Welcome to the NRL, Mark

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It’s always nice to have someone new around, especially at this time of year, and a spot of hospitality is required.

So come in, Mark Nawaqanitawase – it’s lovely to have you here in the NRL.

Now obviously, things will be a little different to how you’ve had it over the road at the Waratahs, but don’t worry: you’ve joined the poshest club in the league, so it won’t be too tough for you to adapt.

There’s plenty you’ll recognise at the Roosters. Even the stadium is the same, just with more people in it.

Lucky for you, they’re still all from the Eastern Suburbs, so you know they won’t throw their beer at you. These people have been supping iced lattes and fizz for years.

The empty seats are there too, just not as many of them as with the Waratahs. A lot more than you’ll see at away grounds, for sure, but still plenty of space for you to gaze upon while waiting for the ball to come your way.

Things might change a little on that front compared to what you are used to.

See over here in the NRL, you might have to do a little bit more work. Rugby league is the game of the working class, after all, even if not many of them support the Roosters.

Last year, seven runs per game was your average, but over here, that’s not going to fly.

Joseph Suaalii – that’s the old guy, but we don’t talk about him anymore – managed twice that and, to be honest, he wasn’t that good. We’re still laughing that your boss gave him all that money.

Let’s hope you’ve spent the last year getting yourself fit, because you’ll need it once all the shuttle runs kick in.

When you get the ball, by the way, there’s a crucial difference. We know you’ve spent your career trying to avoid the blokes trying to tackle you, but in our world, it helps to run straight at them as hard as possible.

Sure, you might get a knock on the bonce and a couple of tickles to the ribs, but hey: that’s what the punters love. Head down, bum up, don’t you dare pass the ball.

(Photo by Jason McCawley/Getty Images)

The good news is that you’ll never have to kick the ball again, and instead, your job will be catching all of the kicks.

All of the time, too, because everyone in this league will assume that you can’t catch until you’ve caught 700 bombs from Nathan Cleary.

In a choice between Marky Mark and the 2m tall, 107kg Pommy bloke on the other side, it’s a no brainer.

Don’t expect a breather, either.

Sure, both games last 80 minutes, but over here in Leagueland, we prefer to fill our rugby matches with rugby, rather than standing around waiting to watch the floppiest haired bloke on the team practice goalkicking, so there’ll be a lot more packed into your time on the field.

You’ll have to earn your pay packet over here, Mark. It’s a hard day’s work but at the end of it, you’ll get a big cold beer. We even invented a metric to work out who is most deserving.

We’ve heard that you’ve had a crack at our game before, and that will certainly help.

A word to the wise, though – in league, you’ll actually have to tackle the bloke in front of you. Not just grab at them, but run up and tackle them like you mean it.

We’ll stick you on the wing, of course, so it shouldn’t be too hard to work out when it’s your time to get involved, but our wingers tend to be a bit physical and won’t think about running around you. They’ll go straight over the top if you stand still long enough.

There’s a good reason all the blokes who’ve been teaching you to tackle in rugby union had strange povvo accents, because we’re really quite good at the whole defending thing and have cornered the market in teaching the rich kids how it’s done.

On that, you might notice that the company changes a little bit.

You better forget the names of your old mates, because there’ll be very few Frasers, Hughs and Theos around this side of Driver Avenue. We do have an Angus, but he’ll probably be gone by the time you get here.

Spencer Leniu confronts future teammate Jared Waerea-Hargreaves. (Photo by Jason McCawley/Getty Images)

Instead, welcome to the land of the Jared and Brandons. They’re the lovely Kiwi blokes who’ll be trying to knock your head off on day one.

When you meet those two get used to their accents, because you’ll hear a lot of them.

We know that there’s plenty in your world, too, but in ours, it’s pretty much all there is. The Wallabies gave you the jet-setting lifestyle, but now, the furthest you’ll go is Auckland.

Yes, yes, it’s not quite as glamourous as Paris, Tokyo and London, but look on the bright side. In rugby league, you might actually win from time to time.

If you miss the internationals, don’t worry – we have them too. We’ve taken the best of both worlds by playing Test footy but filling every team with Australians, so you get all the fun of the global game without ever having to go anywhere or meet anyone you don’t already know.

You can take your pick, too. We heard you’re Fijian and Italian as well as Australian, so you can decide whether you like kava, cava or Carlton Dry in our internationals.

And if you think you’ve made the wrong choice, don’t worry: you can choose again next year.

That’s what we’re like, Mark. We’re a big, welcoming bunch and we’ll chuck you a load of money to truck the ball back manfully, make your tackles and, if the chance arises, put the ball down.

You’ve lucked out with big Trent, he’s one of the sharpest around. He’s so smart he convinced your old boss to buy the winger he didn’t need anymore and then sell him you for half the price. Genius!

Just listen to Robbo, train the house down, blow off the cobwebs, back yourself, leave it all on the field and, hopefully, take it one game at a time.

Welcome to the Greatest Game of All, Mark.

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سایت بت برو : ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 To 10], Sri Lanka ELIMINATED After BAN Vs SL Match

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ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 to 10], Sri Lanka ELIMINATED After BAN vs SL Match | ICC Men's ODI World Cup 2023 Standings
ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 to 10] | Image Credit: Google.com

ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 to 10], Sri Lanka ELIMINATED After BAN vs SL Match | ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 Standings: Bangladesh defeated Sri Lanka by three wickets at Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi, in the 38th match of World Cup 2023. After Winning the match, Bangladesh jumped to the seventh spot in the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table with four points.

Sri Lanka lost their sixth match of this tournament, and now, they are in the 8th position with four points in the World Cup 2023 Points Table. They have a net run rate of -1.160, and now, Sri Lanka got eliminated from the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup.

In the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table, India is at the top position with 16 points and a fantastic net run rate of +2.456. South Africa stands at second spot with 12 points and a good net run rate of +1.376 in the World Cup 2023 Points Table.

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Match Summary:

Sri Lanka batted first and scored 279 runs on the scoreboard in 49.3 overs. Charith Asalanka played a responsible inning for his team as he scored 108 runs in 105 balls with six fours and five sixes, whereas Sadeera Samawickrama scored 41 runs in 42 balls.

From the Bangladesh Bowling Department, Tanzim Hasan Sakib took three wickets, whereas Shoriful Islam and Shakib Al Hasan took two wickets each.

Bangladesh batted well and easily chased the target in 41.1 overs and won their second match of ICC Men’s ODI World Cup. Najmul Hasan Shanto played a phenomenal innings of 90 runs, whereas skipper Shakib Al Hasan scored 82 runs.

ICC World Cup 2023 Most Runs:

Position Player Runs Average
1 Quinton de Kock 550 68.75
2 Virat Kohli 543 108.60
3 Rachin Ravindra 523 74.71
4 Rohit Sharma 442 55.25
5 David Warner 428 61.14

ICC World Cup 2023 Most Wickets:

Position Player Wickets Economy
1 Dilshan Madushanka 21 6.48
2 Adam Zampa 19 5.52
3 Marco Jansen 17 6.41
4 Mohd. Shami 16 4.30
5 Shaheen Shah Afridi 16 5.22

ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table:

Rank Team Matches Won Loss N/R Points NRR
1 India 8 8 0 0 16 +2.456
2 South Africa 8 6 2 0 12 +1.376
3 Australia 7 5 2 0 10 +0.924
4 New Zealand 8 4 4 0 8 +0.398
5 Pakistan 8 4 4 0 8 +0.030
6 Afghanistan 7 4 3 0 8 -0.330
7 Bangladesh 8 2 6 0 4 -1.142
8 Sri Lanka  8 2 6 0 4 -1.160
9 Netherlands 7 2 5 0 4 -1.398
10 England 7 1 6 0 2 -1.504

Read This Also: AUS vs AFG Dream11 Prediction World Cup 2023 | Australia vs Afghanistan Dream11 Team, Wankhede Stadium Mumbai Pitch Report

For More, Check The Official Site: ICC

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سایت بت برو : Four-star RB Cameron Jones shines in big game, talks pledge

Four-star RB Cameron Jones shines in big game, talks pledge

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سایت بت برو : Source – Broncos releasing veteran pass-rusher Frank Clark

Source - Broncos releasing veteran pass-rusher Frank Clark

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The Denver Broncos are releasing veteran outside linebacker Frank Clark in the same week he gave back nearly $1.7 million to help create this scenario, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Friday.

Clark agreed to a restructured deal Wednesday, giving back $1.686 million in guaranteed salary, perhaps making his contract more attractive on the trade market.

He is the second pass-rusher the Broncos will have parted ways with in recent days. Late last week, the Broncos traded Randy Gregory to the San Francisco 49ers.

Clark was in his first season with the Broncos but appeared in just two games because of injury. He had been ruled out of Thursday night’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs with an illness.

He joined the Broncos following his release by the Chiefs in March after they were unable to find common ground with his agent, Erik Burkhardt, on a reworked contract.

Clark, 30, played in 58 regular-season games in four seasons with the Chiefs, where he played defensive end and totaled 23.5 sacks. He often had his most productive games in the postseason. Clark played in 12 playoff games for the Chiefs and had 10.5 sacks. He was selected to three Pro Bowls in four seasons in Kansas City.

He played his first four seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, also at defensive end, and has 58.5 sacks and 14 forced fumbles in nine seasons.

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سایت بت برو : Big Noon Live: Oklahoma leads Cincinnati in slugfest

Big Noon Live: Oklahoma leads Cincinnati in slugfest

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In the past, Oklahoma vs. Cincinnati could have made for an intriguing early-season non-conference litmus test, a matchup between a traditional powerhouse and a rising Group of 5 heavyweight.

Now, though, it’s an important Big 12 showdown, a contest between two teams who will have little chance to build up their rivalry before their paths diverge next season.

‘Big Noon Kickoff’ crew previews huge weekend

'Big Noon Kickoff' crew previews huge weekend

For the Bearcats, the goal is to make a splash in their first game as a Big 12 team. The Sooners, meanwhile, are looking for one last year of conference dominance before they jump ship for the SEC.

It all kicks off what should be a great day of college football, and “Big Noon Kickoff” is in Cincinnati to document it all.

With the pregame show wrapping up, it’s time to settle in for the game, with live in-game analysis from FOX Sports’ Bryan Fischer!

No. 16 Oklahoma (3-0) at Cincinnati (2-1)

Halftime — Notes at the break

If Cincinnati fans were expecting a shootout for their first Big 12 conference game, they were very mistaken after the first half from Nippert devolved into a slugfest between two physical defenses. 

QB Dillon Gabriel was the most consistent source of yards for the visitors from Norman, throwing for 212 yards and the game’s only touchdown while tacking on 8 more yards on the ground. The rest of his backfield was somewhat missing in action, as the team rushed for just 1.9 yards per carry and it felt like every handoff was met by a defender in the backfield.

Luckily for Brent Venables, his defense has been able to pick up the slack to hold the Bearcats to just 2-of-9 on third down while picking off Emory Jones once (the Florida/Arizona State transfer also completed just 13 passes in the half). The Bearcats had just two plays that went beyond 15 yards offensively, and they again struggled in the red zone. Still, it’s remarkably just a seven-point game and there for the taking by either side.

0:11 2Q: 

Woof, Cincy’s red zone issues have continued. They drew a penalty, made some errant throws, and then yanked kick to keep points off the board. Far from how the Bearcats wanted to enter Big 12 play, this has become a real thorn for Scott Satterfield as his offense seems almost allergic to crossing the goal line. The silver lining is at least they’re only down a score despite the uneven offensive effort.

0:58 2Q: Sooners avoid disaster

The Sooners were lucky to punt it away as a Dillon Gabriel lateral was a bounce or two away from Cincinnati scooping up a big play. It’s a big opportunity for Cincinnati to tie things up before halftime with 58 seconds.

1:41 2Q: Playing it safe

The Sooners clearly don’t think UC has any speed to beat them deep. They’re playing everything in front of them and daring the Bearcats to dink and dunk down the field without making a mistake.

05:02 2Q: Picked off!

Just when Cincinnati’s pass game was starting to roll with some nice throws by Emory Jones, the transfer quarterback wound up taking too much of a risk by throwing into double coverage and was picked off. On top of spoiling some nice receptions from Xzavier Henderson and Chamon Metayer, it put UC’s defense back on the field.

8:44 2Q: Sooners settle for three

An errant throw by Dillon Gabriel in the red zone led to a field goal for OU, which Cincy will take after allowing another lengthy drive. The key play was that third-and-19, which Oklahoma improbably picked up on a simple draw. The Bearcats defense has to be kicking itself for not getting that stop as they stayed on the field even longer than they should have.

13:31 2Q: Sputtering Cincy

The Bearcats have punted it away again and Scott Satterfield can’t be happy with how his offense is playing right now (3.4 yards per play). They had a second-and-3 but wound up failing to pick up the first down to put the pressure back on their own defense to get another stop. It feels a little too early to say it’s a dangerous time for the home side, but it feels like this upcoming drive is a critical one.


That was more like what we’ve seen so far this season from Oklahoma on that sixplay, 66-yard touchdown drive that took just 1:47 off the clock. Dillon Gabriel was in the thick of it as the team’s leading rusher, opening up the RPO game considerably as we saw on that pass Nic Anderson took into the end zone. UC’s linebacking corps is banged up and OU is taking advantage by going sideline-to-sideline and seeing if they can catch up.

Dillon Gabriel finds Nic Anderson for a 5-yard TD

Dillon Gabriel finds Nic Anderson for a 5-yard TD

4:23 1Q: Cincinnati has control

Wow, just when OU started to get things going with the ground game, Cincy’s defense came up with a big stop on third down and saw Bryon Threats punch the ball away from Dillon Gabriel to force the fumble. All the momentum on the side of the Bearcats.

7:39 1Q: Bearcats strike first!

Cincinnati still hasn’t done anything offensively — 2.7 yards per play — but the Bearcats took advantage of the short field to knock home the first points of the game and an early 3-0 lead. Not sure if QB Emory Jones is going to settle down given the atmosphere, but it sure seems like he’s a little overeager and not getting a good base on his throws, as he is just 2-of-5 for eight yards on dropbacks.

11:34 1Q: Sputtering start for Sooners offense

Not the start that Brent Venables was hoping for on offense, with the snap hitting Dillon Gabriel in the facemask on third down and the veteran QB doing well enough to even get a pass off to avoid the sack. UC’s defense, playing without star LB Deshawn Pace, looked solid against the run on that first drive as the Nippert crowd made their voice heard.

13:29 1Q: Defense rules

Good first series for Oklahoma’s defense in forcing an early three-and-out. Been a lot of talk about the Sooners’ improved front seven, and you can tell early on they got some solid push up the field as they try to establish themselves in the trenches.


Unnecessary roughness … Ingram on the Bearcat!

Coach Bob Stoops joins the BNK team.

Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops helps preview the game

Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops helps preview the game

Nice try, Coach. 

Surf’s Up!

Oklahoma’s Brent Venables and Bearcats’ Scott Satterfield talk strategy ahead of their matchup.

Brent Venables talks with Jenny Taft ahead of the game

Brent Venables talks with Jenny Taft ahead of the game

Scott Satterfield on what it means to have ‘a seat at the table

Scott Satterfield on what it means to have 'a seat at the table

Ribs for breakfast?!

Nick Lachey had 98 degrees of disrespect for this Sooners fan.

Cincinnati native Nick Lachey is in the house.

Jowon Briggs is hitting all the right notes.

Cincinnati’s Jowon Briggs shows his passion off the field | CFB on FOX

Cincinnati's Jowon Briggs shows his passion off the field | CFB on FOX

Cincinnati Bearcats’ Jowon Briggs discussed his love for singing and his family.

Breaking down eight key unbeaten teams

There’s a “promposal” on the table in Cincy. 

Mark Ingram always knows how to get the crowd hyped!

Pregame party in session …


Top 4:

‘Big Noon Kickoff’ crew give their top four teams so far this college football season

'Big Noon Kickoff' crew give their top four teams so far this college football season

Week 4 wagering: Chris “The Bear” Fallica shares predictions for his favorite Week 4 matchups. Read more.

Are they done: Here’s Fallica’s take on Alabama’s “test of humility.”

Jordan Travis on his mentality ahead of the Seminoles meet up with Tigers.

‘Just be us and ball out’ – Jordan Travis’ mentality on Florida State going into Death Valley to face Clemson | Big Noon Kickoff

'Just be us and ball out' - Jordan Travis' mentality on Florida State going into Death Valley to face Clemson | Big Noon Kickoff

Coach Meyer talks key components in the Notre Dame vs. Ohio State game.

Urban Meyer on how Ohio State’s Kyle McCord can succeed against Notre Dame defense | Big Noon Kickoff

Urban Meyer on how Ohio State's Kyle McCord can succeed against Notre Dame defense | Big Noon Kickoff

How Andrel Anthony became an Oklahoma star: WR Andrel Anthony was languishing at Michigan before entering the transfer portal. He eventually found a home at Oklahoma, along with an offense to suit his skill set. Read more from Michael Cohen.

Who scouts are watching in Week 4: Is undersized Oklahoma QB Dillon Gabriel a future pro? He’s only one of several players NFL scouts will be watching closely in a stacked Week 4 slate. NFL Draft expert Rob Rang reveals what he’ll be looking for.

Who will lead the Spartans?

Bruce Feldman on who can replace Mel Tucker at Michigan State | Big Noon Kickoff

Bruce Feldman on who can replace Mel Tucker at Michigan State | Big Noon Kickoff

What we’re watching in Oklahoma-Cincinnati, and the rest of Week 4: Can Oklahoma pass its first real test? Can Colorado and Notre Dame pull off upsets? Our experts share the storylines they’re most interested in during Saturday’s action. Read more.

Contenders or pretenders?: A quarter of the way through the season, it’s a good time to examine each Power 5 conference and analyze which teams are legitimate contenders. Can Oklahoma challenge Texas? Can anyone stop Michigan? And who will emerge in a loaded Pac-12? Bryan Fischer has the story.


2010: The last time Oklahoma and Cincinnati met. The Sooners are 2-0 all-time against the Bearcats.

30: The number of tackles Oklahoma LB Danny Stutsman has this season, which leads the Big 12.

9.3: The average number of points Oklahoma’s defense is allowing per game through three weeks.

+139: Oklahoma has the highest scoring differential in the FBS this season, having outscored opponents 167-28.

3: Rushing TDs this season by Cincinnati QB Emory Jones, which is tied for the most of any Big 12 quarterback.

10: The number of sacks Cincinnati’s defense has through three games, which is tied for second-most in the Big 12 this season.

45.5%: Completion rate the Bearcats are holding opposing quarterbacks to — third-best in the nation.

[More numbers to know in Week 4 games]

And more reading around the sport …

The engine that makes Colorado go: Quarterback Shedeur Sanders has lit a fire in the Buffaloes, just like his father and coach Deion Sanders has done across the entire sport. RJ Young explains the impact of both. 

The next great Buckeyes QB?: Kyle McCord had his best game yet in Week 3, but with No. 9 Notre Dame waiting in South Bend on Saturday, it’s time for Ohio State’s first-year starter to sink or swim. Laken Litman has the story.

Who’s up next at Michigan State?: With Mel Tucker on the way out, here are two potential candidates to take over the Spartans program. Read more.

Bryan Fischer is a college football writer for FOX Sports. He has been covering college athletics for nearly two decades at outlets such as NBC Sports, CBS Sports, Yahoo! Sports and NFL.com among others. Follow him on Twitter at @BryanDFischer.

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سایت بت برو : It’s a tough road, but Ricky’s Raiders aren’t out of the NRL title race just yet

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 06: Joseph Tapine of the Raiders in action during the round 23 NRL match between Canberra Raiders and Wests Tigers at GIO Stadium on August 06, 2023 in Canberra, Australia. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

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The Canberra Raiders have copped a fair bit of criticism over the past few weeks, being labelled as a team that ‘isn’t ready to play finals’ or is ‘just making up the numbers’.

While for many this may seem the case, this isn’t all true. While the Raiders continue to be in close games and struggle to beat many teams, they continue to win. The Raiders enter the last two rounds having to play against the Broncos and Sharks, two teams that are well in contention for this year’s premiership.

The nation’s capital team have the sixth worst for and against in the competition, mainly because their largest winning margin is 12 points, achieved last round against the Bulldogs.

Canberra was without their star man Jack Wighton in their win over Canterbury and still managed to put them away in the end with a late Bulldogs try pulling them back to within the 1-12 margin the Raiders haven’t been able to escape. Wighton has been named in the reserves this week against the Broncos but may be a late into the starting team to boost their chances of winning. He’ll add the much-needed spark they require to fight against the top teams.

They have found a consistent forward pack through Joseph Tapine, their captain Elliot Whitehead, Hudson Young, the experienced Josh Papali’i and arguably the best lock in the competition this season, Corey Horsburgh.

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 06: Joseph Tapine of the Raiders in action during the round 23 NRL match between Canberra Raiders and Wests Tigers at GIO Stadium on August 06, 2023 in Canberra, Australia. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

Joseph Tapine. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

Horsburgh has been cleared by the Raiders independent doctors and has been named in the starting lineup this week after a head knock late in the contest against the Bulldogs.

Finding a fullback who can fill the role week in week out has been a problem for the Raiders all season especially with the departure of Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad this season, but it seems those problems have been fixed.

Jordan Rapana has found a spot at fullback and is beginning to find great form. Rapana had three try assists, a try, ten line breaks and 187 metres in a great day out. Along with young Matt Timoko, who could be considered one of the best centres in the competition this year and continues to show his strengths every week.

Canberra have defeated both of their upcoming opponents earlier in the season and should fancy their chances in their upcoming games. Should they win both of their games they will guarantee a home final and even a top four chance should the Storm lose one of their games.

If Canberra can get a home final and come fifth, they would play one of the teams fighting for the eighth position at GIO Stadium. If this is the case, they will get a maximum capacity crowd for a surely emotional last home game for the club for Jarrod Croker and Jack Wighton.

As seen the Raiders can compete with any team on their day, especially on their home ground. Their recent record against teams such as the Broncos (4 of their last 5), Sharks (9 in a row), Rabbitohs (4 of their last 5), Storm (5 out of the last six when playing in Melbourne) shows how dominant they can be against teams good enough to win the premiership.

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سایت بت برو : Video: Indiana sophomore Kel’el Ware impresses at Nike Skills Academy – Inside the Hall

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Indiana sophomore big man Kel’el Ware is participating in the Nike Skills Academy this week in Portland, Oregon.

As one of 16 college players participating, Ware is getting the opportunity to play in front of NBA personnel. The event wraps up this weekend.

Through the first two days of the event, Ware is already drawing rave reviews from Jonathan Givony of ESPN and Draft Express.

In a series of videos shared Tuesday and Wednesday, Givony shared some favorable notes on Ware on social media.

“Not many 7-footers who move as fluidly and have the type of skill-level Kel’el Ware does,” Givony wrote Tuesday. “Good opening day for him at Nike Academy.”

And on Wednesday, Givony shared the following: “Kel’el Ware was impressive in drills again today at Nike Academy. Quick off his feet finishing lobs and diving out of pick and roll, with soft touch around the rim and out to 3.”

As a freshman at Oregon, Ware averaged 6.6 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game for the Ducks. He shot 45.7 percent from the field and 27.3 percent on 3s.

At the conclusion of his freshman season, Ware entered the transfer portal and committed to Indiana in early April.

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سایت بت برو : Cooper Kupp gets MRI after leaving Rams practice, source says

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp underwent an MRI on his injured hamstring after leaving practice early Tuesday night, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The source said the Rams will be cautious with Kupp’s injury but that he could be back “for scrimmages in a few weeks.”

Kupp, the MVP of Super Bowl LVI, walked off the field with the training staff about 30 minutes into a two-hour workout at UC Irvine. Matthew Stafford and other players didn’t see exactly what happened, but coach Sean McVay said he was told Kupp “came up a little bit in a red zone route.”

A team spokesperson confirmed the injury to reporters later Tuesday.

“Obviously, we’re much better when he’s here, and we hope he’s going to be OK,” McVay said. “If he’s not, we’ll see what happens, but the practice had to go on.”

Kupp is returning for his seventh NFL season after missing the final eight games of 2022 with a high ankle sprain. He also missed the final eight games of his second NFL season in 2018 with a torn knee ligament.

Kupp won the NFL’s triple crown of receiving in 2021, leading the league in catches (145), receiving yards (1,947) and touchdowns (16). He starred during the Rams’ playoff run, culminating in two touchdown catches in the Super Bowl, including the winner with 1:25 to play.

He had 75 catches for 812 yards and six touchdowns in nine games last season before his ankle sprain.

Kupp is one of just a few key players left with the Rams, who are likely to field the NFL’s least experienced roster this season after parting ways with most of their veteran depth in the offseason. Stafford and Aaron Donald are also back with the Rams, who went 5-12 last year in the worst season in league history for a defending Super Bowl champion.

The 30-year-old Kupp is expected to be Stafford’s go-to target again this fall.

“I just want to know what’s going on,” Stafford said. “That’s the main thing, and I’ll figure that out at some point. But I trust our guys, and whatever is going on, I know he’ll do everything he can to work through whatever is going on and be back out here whenever it’s the right time.”

The Rams open the preseason against the Los Angeles Chargers on Aug. 12.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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جدول امتیازات TATA IPL: MI با 6 ویکت RCB را شکست داد و از رتبه 8 به 3 در جدول امتیازات TATA IPL پرید. اکنون انتظار می رود هندی های بمبئی به پلی آف راه یابند.

Suryakumar Yadav در ورزشگاه Wankhede مقابل بنگلور ضربه ای هیجان انگیز انجام داد و توانایی های خود را در ضربات قدرتمند نشان داد. او بازی را کاملاً به نفع MI برگرداند و به بمبئی کمک کرد تا این برد را تنها در 16.3 اور کسب کند. ضربه سوریا یک گیم چنجر مطلق بود، او 83 دوش را تنها در 35 توپ با نرخ ضربه 237.14 انجام داد و همچنین شش شش را زد.

ایشان کیسان نیز به خوبی کمک کرد، زیرا ضربه او باعث شد تا MI در بازی شتاب اولیه داشته باشد. نهال وادهرا، یک جوان، با دومین پنجاه بار خود در IPL خود را ثابت کرده است.

فاف دو پلسیس، کاپیتان RCB، دوباره کریکت چشمگیر بازی کرد و 65 دوش با سه شش و پنج چهار به ثمر رساند. گلن ماکسول بازی ضربه‌ای خود را نشان داد و 68 ران در 33 توپ به ثمر رساند.

بولینگ هر دو طرف چندان چشمگیر نبود، اما بمبئی در چند اورهای ابتدایی و در اورهای مرگ به خوبی بولینگ بازی کرد، در حالی که بنگلور در زمان بولینگ تقریباً از بازی خارج شده بود. برای MI، جیسون بهرندروف سه ویکت گرفت که دو تای آن فیش بزرگ بود. برای RCB، Wanindu Hasaranga دو ویکت گرفته است.

کلاه نارنجی IPL:

در این لیست، تغییری در موقعیت بازیکنان وجود ندارد، اما در دویدن چند بازیکن افزایش یافته است. فاف اکنون 576 دوش در یازده اینینگ دارد و همچنین کلاه نارنجی را در دست دارد. یاشاسوی جیسوال با 477 دوش در جایگاه دوم قرار دارد و پس از آن شوبمن گیل، دوون کانوی و ویرات کوهلی قرار دارند.

رتبه بازیکن همخوانی داشتن میانگین دویدن
1 فاف دو پلسیس(RCB) 11 57.60 576
2 یاشاسوی جیسوال(RR) 11 43.36 477
3 شوبمن گیل (GT) 11 46.90 469
4 دوون کانوی (CSK) 11 57.25 458
5 ویرات کهلی(RCB) 11 42.00 420

کلاه بنفش IPL:

پیوش چاولا در بازی مقابل RCB ویکت کم داشت اما در یازده مسابقه 17 ویکت و همچنین نرخ اقتصادی خوب 7.46 را به دست آورد. محمد. شامی کلاه بنفش را در دست دارد و 19 ویکت دارد و رشید خان در رده دوم حضور دارد.

رتبه بازیکن همخوانی داشتن اقتصاد ویکت
1 محمد. شامی(GT) 11 7.21 19
2 رشید خان(GT) 11 8.19 19
3 توشار دشپنده(CSK) 11 10.33 19
4 پیوش چاولا(MI) 10 7.46 17
5 وارون چاکاراوارتی 11 7.84 17

جدول امتیازات TATA IPL:

هندی‌های بمبئی پس از پیروزی در دیدار مقابل RCB به رده سوم جدول امتیازات TATA IPL رسیدند و اکنون شانس‌های خوبی برای صعود دارند. آنها شش بازی را با پنج شکست به دست آورده اند و 12 امتیاز با NRR 0.255- دارند.

بنگلور راه خود را برای صعود سخت‌تر کرده است زیرا آنها در مسابقه شکست خوردند و به رده هفتم جدول امتیازات TATA IPL سقوط کردند. RCB تنها ده امتیاز دارد و اکنون با راجستان، کلکته و پنجاب رقابت خواهد کرد.

گجرات با 16 امتیاز در رتبه اول جدول امتیازات تاتا IPL قرار دارد و چنای با 13 امتیاز در رده دوم قرار دارد.

رتبه تیم همخوانی داشتن پیروزی ضرر – زیان بدون نتیجه نکته ها نرخ اجرای خالص
1 GT 11 8 3 0 16 +0.951
2 CSK 11 6 4 1 13 +0.409
3 MI 11 6 5 0 12 -0.255
4 LSG 11 5 5 1 11 +0.294
5 RR 11 5 5 0 10 +0.448
6 KKR 11 5 6 0 10 -0.079
7 RCB 11 5 6 0 10 -0.345
8 PBKS 11 5 6 0 10 -0.441
9 SRH 10 4 6 0 8 -0.472
10 دی سی 10 4 6 0 8 -0.529

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