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23 апреля 2016 г. 04:47

Basketball Never Stops,

VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Whitecaps re-signed veteran attacking midfielder Mauro Rosales on Tuesday. Air Max 90 Ultra Essential Australia .The 33-year-old Argentine had 11 assists in 32 Major League Soccer appearances last season. He was acquired by the Whitecaps last August in a trade with Chivas USA.Were very pleased to bring Mauro back, Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson. Mauro was a crucial part of our run to the playoffs last season. His experience and leadership will continue to be valuable to our squad.Rosales, who won Olympic gold with Argentinas U-23 side at the 2004 Athens Games, was named MLS Newcomer of the Year in 2011.The five-foot-eight 165-pound midfielder had three assists in 11 regular-season games and one playoff start for the Whitecaps. Nike Air Max 90 Diamondback . Russia has spent about $51 billion to deliver the Sochi Olympics, which run Feb. 7-23, making them the most expensive games ever, even though as a winter event it hosts many fewer athletes than summer games do. Air Max 90 Mens Cheap . Listen to the Raptors vs. Jazz live tonight on TSN Radio 1050 at 9pm et/6pm pt. The Raptors are 1-1 so far on the five-game junket after defeating Denver and losing to Portland.MIAMI -- Dwyane Wade treated Saturday like a normal game day. Pre-game meal, massage, long shooting workout on the court more than two hours before tip-off. When hell do all that again remains anyones guess. Wade and Heat teammates LeBron James and Chris Bosh were among the headliners Saturday night in the South Florida All-Star Classic, an exhibition game featuring nine NBA all-stars at Florida International. On the 100th day since the NBA lockout was announced -- and with Commissioner David Stern having said the first two weeks of the regular season may be cancelled as early as Monday -- fans and players were both jittery over the immediate future. "This is very unfortunate, this situation, to be in when you have two sides that at the end of the day have the same goal, just two different ways of getting there," Wade said in a pre-game interview with The Associated Press. "We both want to grow this game. We both want the NBA to be as good as it can. We want everyone to succeed. But we both have two different ways of getting there. "To know that youre close but youre so far away is sad in a sense," Wade added. "But thats the nature of business. The only thing we can do is keep plugging at it." A person familiar with union matters told The AP that the NBA players association is trying to schedule a regional meeting in Miami on Sunday and another Monday in Los Angeles. The person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because most details of the talks are being kept private, said no formal briefings between players and union officials took place Saturday. "Well play any day, any time," said James, who organized much of the game. "Thats why were here tonight, giving back to our fans and what they deserve and letting them know that no matter whats going on with our situation, were going to play the game and play at a high level." On Friday, word came that the NBA would only continue talks with the union if players agreed to a 50-50 revenue split before returning to the table. Players were guaranteed 57 per cent of basketball-related income under the previous collective bargaining agreement and have proposed lowering it to 53 per cent in a new deal, but that remaining three per cent represents an unbridged gap of about $120 million. The game at FIU, where Basketball Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas is a coach, sold out in less than two hours. Many fans stood for hours in drenching rain to get the best available seats in the gym on Saturday, "which shows what sort of fans we have here in Miami," Wade said. James tried to reward as many as possible with T-shirts and free sampless of Sheets Energy Strips, a product hes heavily involved with. Air Max 1 Black Smoke For Sale. "We are definitely in awe of their presence here tonight," Thomas said. Thomas is a former president of the NBA players association and while Wade, James and Bosh were getting questions about the prospects of regular-season games being wiped out, the former Detroit guard jumped to their defence. "The players arent cancelling the game, so they shouldnt take the responsibility, nor should they have the fault of carrying the burden for cancelling games," Thomas said. "Theyre willing and ready to play." The gym was filled long before tip-off, fans filling the building all the way to the very top of the bleachers. And they got the sort of show they sought, too. In the first quarter Wade elevated in the lane to block a shot by James, drawing a loud reaction from the crowd. Of course, there was plenty of exhibition aspects as well -- like Team LeBron "coach" Udonis Haslem yelling at his side to play tougher defence, then asking rather diminutive comic Kevin Hart, who was coaching Team Wade, if he could dunk. Hart retorted by telling Haslem his jeans were too tight. Several charities are benefiting from the game, including Marys Court, the foundation started in honour of Thomas late mother and one which was getting a $100,000 boost to its coffers. A scholarship fund at FIU is also receiving some proceeds from the event, which also drew commitments from Chris Paul, Amare Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Rajon Rondo, Rudy Gay and a slew of other NBA players. Several players changed personal schedules to be there, and Paul -- a former Wake Forest star -- left the Demon Deacons football win over Florida State on Saturday to catch a quick flight to Miami, arriving at the arena about 90 minutes before game time. "Thats the bond that we have for one another," James said. "Not only as teammates, but guys on other teams as well." Many players wore Nike T-shirts before the game with the slogan "Basketball Never Stops," and most players had the letters BBNS -- the acronym for that -- on the backs of their jerseys, as has happened at the other major exhibitions players have been involved with in recent weeks. Players had hometowns, not their NBA teams, announced during the pregame introductions. For example, Wade was introduced to the Miami crowd as "Chicagos own, and your very own." "Just pulling up and seeing the fans excited outside about the game of basketball just puts you in the right state of mind," Wade said. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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