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San Beda cruises to 8th straight; Bolick ejected after scuffle

first_imgLacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Bolick led San Beda with 14 points, 11 assists, and seven rebounds before getting ejected, while Davon Potts had his best game this season with 12 markers, four boards, two dimes, and two steals.Javee Mocon also had a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds for the 9-1 Red Lions.Clement Leutcheu paced St. Benilde (2-8) with 25 points and 15 rebounds, as the Blazers suffered their fourth straight defeat.The Scores:SAN BEDA 72 – Bolick 14, Potts 12, Mocon 10, Soberano 8, Tankoua 7, Cabanag 5, Noah 5, Bahio 4, Carino 3, Adamos 2, Doliguez 2, Abuda 0, Oftana 0, Tongco 0.ADVERTISEMENT ST. BENILDE 58 – Leutcheu 25, Domingo 8, Sta. Maria 8, Pili 5, Castor 4, Belgica 2, Dixon 2, Naboa 2, San Juan 2, Johnson 0, Young 0.Quarters: 17-18, 41-28, 63-41, 72-58. MOST READ Things escalated quickly under the basket which led to a disqualifying foul on Young and the ejection of Bolick, who was seen retaliating by the referees during the replay, and Clint Doliguez, who entered the playing court.After the game, a fuming coach Boyet Fernandez expressed disgust with how things were handled during the commotion as he came to Bolick’s defense.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games opening“Where was the closed fist? Check the replay!,” he argued. “You have to see that. The other team only had one foul and we already had six fouls. Then you throw out a player that was tackled. I hope the commissioner will see that. It is unethical,” said Fernandez.“We were up 14 points and then you tackle the other player? Why penalize that guy who did not even punch? My God, that’s wrong. I hope the commissioner will see that. It’s already a won game already.” Brady not thinking of ’08 injury as he prepares for Chiefs View comments Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claimcenter_img NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netLooking an unstoppable behemoth, San Beda continued its tear with a 72-58 rout of St. Benilde Tuesday for an eighth straight victory in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The win, however, was overshadowed by an endgame fracas where Carlo Young tackled a driving Robert Bolick down on a fastbreak with 2:28 left.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

Pixus: horizontal-mount OpenVPX chassis platforms

first_imgPixus Technologies has announced new OpenVPX enclosures that allow boards to be mounted horizontally.   The horizontal loading approach saves rack height for small slot count systems. The first in the series of EUR19VPX OpenVPX horizontal-mount chassis platforms is a 2U high enclosure.  The design allows dual 6U boards, quad 3U boards, or a hybrid mix to be utilized in the chassis.   The cooling is achieved via a front-to-rear airflow orientation.  The boards are standardly front loaded and options are available for rear loading.  Versions in 1U, 3U, and 4U heights are on the roadmap. The 2U EUR19VPX features an OpenVPX backplane at PCIe Gen3 speeds standard.  Higher speed versions and VITA 66/67 connector options are available upon request.  The chassis allows either pluggable VITA 62 PSUs or a fixed modular VPX power supply.   Specialty card guides that accept conduction-cooled modules can be incorporated into the enclosure.Pixus also offers OpenVPX chassis platforms in rugged rackmount, ATR, test/development, HOST/SOSA, and high CFM RiCool versions.  The company supports additional backplane/chassis architectures, including MicroTCA, AdvancedTCA, cPCI Serial, and legacy VME/cPCI. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules Continue Reading Previous Cadence: Tensilica Vision Q7 DSP IP doubles vision and AI performance for automotive, AR/VR mobileNext Portwell: Intel Core I embedded board in NUC footprintlast_img read more

India vs New Zealand: Dinesh Karthik makes up for dropped catch with stunner

first_imgBrief Score – New Zealand 219/6 (20 overs) vs India. Tim Seifert (84), Colin Munro (34), Hardik Pandya (2/51). Full ScorecardDinesh Karthik dismissed New Zealand debutant Daryl Mitchell with a stunning catch off the bowling of Hardik Pandya, during the first T20 international at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Wednesday.Karthik made up for earlier dropping a relatively easier catch of New Zealand wicket-keeper Tim Seifert when he was batting on 71 and too off the bowling of Krunal Pandya.Seifert was ultimately bowled by Khaleel Ahmed on the score of 84 in the 13th over of the New Zealand innings.India vs New Zealand 1st T20I: LiveThis is how Karthik caught Mitchell -Daryl Mitchell has to walk as Hardik Pandya finishes a very expensive over on a possitive note. Hardik bowls a full, slower one. Mitchell looks to clear the long on fence but doees not middle it. Still for a second the ball did seem like it would clear the ropes but Dinesh Karthik, who dropped one earlier, takes it and then realizes he is losing his balance. Throws it up, crosses the ropes, comes back and in then takes it. He though is not sure and Mitchell continuous completing his run. The umpires now take it upstairs. Replays show that the catch has been taken nicely. Then they check for the no ball, that too is fine.What A Catch!. DK (Dinesh Karthik) @DineshKarthik #NZvIND pic.twitter.com/WwfKHPVptrShankar (@shanmsd) February 6, 2019The drop chance just sometime earlier in the match must have been haunting DK. A regular keeper when he MS Dhoni is not playing for India, Karthik isn’t exactly the best fielder in the world. He has in the past had difficulties adjusting with his gloves on and Wednesday was not different.advertisementThis is how Karthik dropped the catch of Seifert -DROPPED BY DK! Oh dear, what have you done? A full flighted ball on middle from Krunal Pandya, Tim Seifert kneels for another big shot but this time he has skied it up towards long on. Karthik runs forward to take a simple catch but ends up fluffs it.Infact, bothers Hardik and Krunal, who playing together for the first time in international cricket, becoming the third set of brothers to represent India in a limited over international (LOI).The Pandya brothers joined the likes of Amarnath and Pathan brothers in achieving the feat. Mohinder and Surinder Amarnath played three ODIs together while Irfan and Yusuf Pathan played in 8 ODIs and as many T20Is together.Also Read | MS Dhoni eyes another T20I record as India eye maiden series win in New ZealandAlso Read | MS Dhoni or Virat Kohli at No 4 in World Cup? Anil Kumble, Ravi Shastri differlast_img read more

a month ago​Man City midfielder Gundogan: We needed response after Norwich

first_imgAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say ​Man City midfielder Gundogan: We needed response after Norwichby Ansser Sadiqa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan believes his side had to show a response after their poor result at the weekend.City were humbled by Norwich City in the Premier League, losing 3-2 away from home.But they showed their quality in the first game of the Champions League group stages, with an impressive 3-0 away win against Shakhtar Donetsk.Speaking about the win, in which he scored, Gundogan said to the club’s official website: “We played quite well I think. The first goal away helps you but we never relaxed, kept the ball well and created a lot of chances. the result is great for us at a tough ground.”We had at least a couple of clear chances. But the third goal killed the game and we were able to play down the last 15 minutes.”It was necessary to respond and respond well (to the Norwich defeat) All of us, not just individually. They created good chances but we were solid at the back.” last_img read more

OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center Hosts Night For Hope With Special Guest

first_imgOUR HOUSE Grief Support Center’s Associate Board hosts the 9th annual Night For Hope fundraiser on November 17th at The Palace Theater in Downtown Los Angeles.Melissa Rivers, OUR HOUSE ambassador, will take the stage to dedicate a night of laughter to her mother. Since the death of her mother, comedy legend Joan Rivers, Melissa continues to make sure laughter is a part of her every day. “I am honored to be a part of an organization like OUR HOUSE, which provides a place for people to cry and laugh and remember their loved ones.”This year, the Night For Hope will feature comics Vargus Mason, Esther Povitsky, aka “Little Esther,” and Adam Ray, all introduced by MC JC Cocoli for a night full of laughs and finding hope through grief. Inspiration for the evening’s theme came from an Associate Board member who felt she might never laugh again following the death of her father. Through support from OUR HOUSE, she was able to navigate through her grief, find joy, and laugh again.OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center’s Associate Board is comprised of young professionals serving as ambassadors to the community. The Associate Board works relentlessly to spread the word about the agency’s services and volunteer opportunities, in addition to raising funds.OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center’s Night for HopeWhen: Friday, November 17th Where: The Palace Theater DTLAInfo: OurHouse-Grief.orgSchedule: 6:30pm: Doors Open 8:00pm: MC JC Cocoli Kicks Off the Night8:20pm: Comedian Vargus Mason8:35pm: Comedian Little Esther8:50pm: OUR HOUSE presentation & appeal: OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center testimonials– Amanda, Isaiah, and Melissa Rivers.9:30pm: Comedian Adam Ray10:30pm: Event endsOUR HOUSE Grief Support Center is one of the nation’s most respected organizations for grief support and education. For over 24 years, OUR HOUSE has helped thousands of grieving children, teens, and adults as they embark on their journeys to hope and healing after the death of someone close. Support groups specific to age and relationship take place in the safe, warm, and nurturing environment of their centers. OUR HOUSE is a leading provider of grief education, offering workshops, seminars, and in-service training to mental health and medical professionals, clergy, educators, and other members of the community who interact with bereaved families. The OUR HOUSE grief education program is part of the curricula for students at USC’s Keck and UCLA’s David Geffen Schools of Medicine. To learn more, please visit www.ourhouse-grief.org or call 1.888.417.1444.last_img read more

Bondrating agency gives Nova Scotia its highest credit rating yet

first_imgHALIFAX – The Nova Scotia government says Standard and Poor’s has upgraded the province’s long-term credit rating to its highest ever.In a news release, the province says the rating was upgraded from A+ to AA-, with a stable outlook.The province says the bond rating agency cited “strong fiscal management,” and that Standard and Poor’s credit report notes Nova Scotia is expected to outperform most Canadian provinces in the next two years.In March, the government tabled its 2018-19 budget, which projected a third consecutive surplus of $29.4 million.Much of the fiscal progress came after contract strife with public sector unions, including teachers and health care workers.In a statement, Premier Stephen McNeil says the government has “worked hard with Nova Scotians” to put the province on the right fiscal path.“More people are working in Nova Scotia than ever before, exports are booming and our population is at an all-time high,” said McNeil.“This credit rating is yet another sign that we are moving in the right direction as we build a stronger province together, where everyone can grow and succeed.”last_img read more

Energy stocks drive Toronto market lower while US stocks mixed

first_imgIndex and currency in this story: (TSX:GSPTSE, TSX:CADUSD=X) TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index retreated as the energy sector fell on a drop in oil prices, while U.S. stock markets were mixed.The S&P/TSX composite index was down 49.90 points at 15,144.14 in late-morning trading.In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was down 36.89 points at 25,301,95. The S&P 500 index was up 3.55 points at 2,741.31, while the Nasdaq composite was up 18.43 points at 7,291.51.The Canadian dollar traded lower at 75.11 cents US compared with an average of 75.33 cents US on Thursday.The January crude contract was down 54 cents at US$50.91 per barrel and the January natural gas contract was down 11.1 cents US$4.53 per mmBTU.The February gold contract was down US$5.00 at US$1,225.40 an ounce and the March copper contract was down 0.55 of a cent at US$2.78 a pound. The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Devotees from across globe gather at Mayapur to witness Holi spectacle

first_imgKolkata: Devotees from all over the world have assembled at Mayapur, the headquarters of ISKCON, to celebrate the 533rd birth anniversary of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.Gaur Purnima, the biggest festival in the Gaudiya Vaishnav Sampradaya, will be celebrated with fervour and gaiety in the Nabadwip Mandala. The excitement among the devotees is palpable as they are preparing for the big day, purchasing traditional colourful dhoti-kurta and ghagra- choli to participate in the celebration, informed Subroto Das, media spokesperson of ISKCON Mayapur. The celebrations will start from the wee hours, with Manglarti at 4.30 am followed by class and Darshan Arti in the morning. In the evening from 4 pm onwards, Chaitanya Charitamrita – the biography of Mahaprabhu will be read. The Gaur Purnima festival is being celebrated in all 800 centres of the institution around the globe. It may be mentioned that Mayapur is coming up as a centre of international tourism. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has given the green signal to the proposal of developing it as a tourist hotspot and work will start shortly on the same. The estimated cost of the project is around Rs 3,000 crore. During her trip to Mayapur, Banerjee had assured the ISCKON authorities to provide all necessary cooperation. Later, a team comprising senior industrialists visited Mayapur. Sajjan Jindal will head the team carrying out the development project. There has been heavy police deployment to maintain peace during Thursday’s function. Devotees from 95 countries have come to take part in the celebration.last_img read more

The Stats Guys vs Basketball Guys Rivalry Is Overblown

The narrative that analytics poseurs are doing inferior jobs in front offices compared to ex-players and coaches who really know how to evaluate talent has made its way to the NBA.Last month, ESPN columnist Chris Broussard wrote a piece examining recent trends in the hiring of NBA general managers. Broussard questioned whether “stats guys” were advancing in front offices at the expense of “basketball lifers.” He quoted two anonymous NBA executives who expressed the idea that analytics is taking too large a role in front offices and that “analytics guys” who haven’t played or coached don’t really understand the game.But the data on performance by NBA general managers over the last 20 seasons suggests that stats-oriented GMs aren’t any worse than regular GMs. They actually may be a bit better.One of the anonymous executives in Broussard’s article compared the new breed of analytics hires to amateur stock-pickers, whereas to this executive’s mind ex-players were gimlet-eyed veteran portfolio-managers. The other executive said, per Broussard:“Most of them have zero basketball education because they have never played or participated in the sport; they have only observed the sport. To sum it up: Basketball guys are highly offended that uneducated [in a basketball sense] analytics guys are masquerading as basketball guys but haven’t been taught, trained or educated by any basketball professors or gone to any basketball classes.”It’s not accurate to characterize all analytics-focused GM hires as uneducated in traditional basketball. Masai Ujiri of the Toronto Raptors, Ryan McDonough of the Phoenix Suns and Rob Hennigan of the Orlando Magic are all young GMs who rely on analytics. They also spent years inside NBA organizations working as scouts and talent evaluators. Their credentials are legitimate. But if we play along with the false dichotomy of “basketball guys” versus stats analysts, we should expect general managers who played or coached in the NBA to have better results than those who come from backgrounds as scouts or agents.On one point at least, the narrative is right: Of the 23 general managers NBA teams have hired in the last four off-seasons, 18 neither played nor coached in the NBA.1Masai Ujiri was hired twice in that time period by Denver in 2010 and then Toronto in 2013. That’s very different from how it used to be: In the 15 years prior, non-coaches and non-players comprised only 33 of the 81 GM hires. The chart below shows a clear trend toward nontraditional GM candidates:Once they’re hired, GMs still have to perform. The most basic criterion by which to judge GMs is their tenure with a team. While some owners have more patience than others, GMs generally need to put winning teams on the court to remain employed. If ex-player GMs were much better than former scouts or agents, we would expect them to be employed for longer stints. Instead we see this:This is a Kaplan-Meier survival plot, an illustration of what share of a population survives at a given time, and it shows that GMs who were former players or coaches tend to have slightly shorter tenures than GMs who were neither. Note, however, that the difference, as measured by a Cox Proportional Hazards model, is not significant.But employment status is merely a reflection of a GM’s success, or lack thereof, in producing a winning team. We can also measure GMs by what their teams do on the court. GMs who never played in the NBA are slightly worse in improving winning percentage, but they inherit better teams.2I used the team’s winning percentage at the end of a GM’s third season to allow time for rebuilding. (It’s harder to add five wins to a playoff team than it is to a lottery team.) GMs who were players or coaches have inherited teams with an average winning percentage of .410; GMs who are outsiders started working for teams with a .490 winning percentage. That partly explains why in the third year of their tenures, basketball lifers had increased their teams’ winning percentages by 5.7 percent on average, as opposed to 2 percent for outsiders. But that difference is not statistically significant, and more outsiders’ teams made the playoffs (63 percent vs. 48 percent).Good GMs and bad GMs come from all different backgrounds. For every Jerry West or Danny Ainge, there’s an Elgin Baylor or M.L. Carr. Seven of the last 18 NBA championships were won by teams whose decision-makers neither played nor coached in the NBA.3Exactly who those seven were:  That’s almost exactly in line with the 42 percent of team seasons those non-players have overseen in that time period.Of course, none of the scouts who’ve won NBA titles as GMs would be described as dilettantes masquerading as having advanced degrees in the game of basketball. The war between old-school basketball guys and new-school analytics guys in front offices is largely a fiction, a product of a shift in the way general managers are being hired in the league.While it is too early to assess the tenures of Hennigan, McDonough and other young GMs, and indeed too early to assess the full impact of advanced metrics on the NBA, it is clear that, on average, former NBA players do not have some magical insight that makes them better GMs. read more