Turkey is ranked154th out of 180 countries and territories in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. The judge refused to release Yildiz on the grounds of a “risk of flight and harm to prosecution evidence.” He also referred to two articles she wrote for the OdTV site, one in December 2019 and the other January 2020, questioning the legitimacy of the officers placed in command of the Turkish forces deployed in Libya and the nature of their relations with Libya’s Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar. Yildiz’s lawyer, Erhan Tokatli, said the police were aiming to seize her equipment and files in order to identify her sources. He also accused them of failing to provide a copy of the digital data already seized or a copy of the warrant for the search of Yildiz’s home, which is the usual procedure. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the immediate release of Müyesser Yildiz, the Ankara-based OdaTV website’s news director, who is being held for “divulging confidential information” about Turkey’s intervention in Libya. The Turkish authorities must stop obstructing the freedom to inform, RSF said. Organisation Müyesser Yildiz /DR News TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalists ImprisonedWomen April 28, 2021 Find out more News April 2, 2021 Find out more “We call on Ankara to put a stop to these abusive practices that jeopardize not only the confidentiality of journalists’ sources but also their physical safety,” RSF Turkey representative Erol Onderoglu said. “The repressive arsenal protecting state secrets must not be used for such purposes or to flout the democratic debate.” Yildiz was initially accused of “espionage with a political or military aim” when taken into police custody on the morning of 8 June after being arrested at her home in the Turkish capital, Ankara. But, when jailed on the orders of a local judge on 12 June, she was charged with “divulging confidential information about the country’s security and its interests at the national or international level.” Receive email alerts RSF_en Ismail Dükel, the Ankara representative of Tele 1, a TV channel critical of the government, was arrested at the same time as Yildiz but has been released under judicial control. Both journalists are facing a possible sentence of 5 to15 years in prison. Yildiz already spent 18 months in prison in 2011-12 with OdaTV journalists Baris Terkoglu and Baris Pehlivan (who have been jailed again since 6 March). Back then, they were alleged to have been supporting Ergenekon, a Turkish nationalist political network accused by then Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of wanting to destabilize his government. All three ended up being acquitted. Human rights groups warns European leaders before Turkey summit News to go further Journalists threatened with imprisonment under Turkey’s terrorism law Turkey’s never-ending judicial persecution of former newspaper editor Yildiz and Dükel are being prosecuted in connection with their telephone contacts with an army NCO who allegedly provided them with information about Turkey’s intervention in Libya. News Help by sharing this information June 13, 2020 Journalist held over reporting on Turkey’s intervention in Libya Follow the news on Turkey TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalists ImprisonedWomen April 2, 2021 Find out more
This afternoon, Saint Mary’s students will be suiting up in their respective class colors to duke it out in the first annual Student Activities Board (SAB) Turkey Bowl. First years must wear purple shirts, sophomores will wear pink, juniors will don green shirts and seniors will be decked out in blue at the event, which will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on the intramural field between Opus Apartments and the Angela Athletic Facility parking lot. Junior Lauren Sweeney, co-chair of the SAB entertainment committee, said she is excited to institute a festive athletic tradition at the College. “The Turkey Bowl is a touch football game between the classes at the College,” Sweeney said. “It is a small tournament with eight to 12 on each team. The winners will receive Midnight Madness points for their class and Turkey Bowl jerseys with their graduation year on the back.” Midnight Madness, a SAB event held in February, is another competition between the classes at the College when students receive free food, prizes and play “minute-to-win-it” games. The Saint Mary’s Tostal performer is also announced at the event. There will be four games held during the tournament, with each team playing two games. While it is an interclass competition, Sweeney said it is meant to bring the classes together. “SAB is having the event to promote school spirit and Midnight Madness next semester,” Sweeney said. “Also, it is a different type of event, which will hopefully encourage more girls to come to our events.” Students are encouraged to play in the games and also come cheer on their fellow classmates by also wearing their class colors. The class with the most supporters will win bonus Midnight Madness points. Upon arrival, students participating in the Turkey Bowl must sign a waiver. Students are still able to sign up before the event if the teams are not filled yet.
The former Steelers receiver was traded to the Raiders in March but never played a down for them as he was released following a series of controversies. He then wound up on the Patriots, but was cut after just one game amid allegations of sexual assault and rape.Paul believes fighting the receiver would give the out-of-work Brown a renewed focus.”I think we might be closer than anyone expected, than even we expected,” Paul added. “In my mind, this whole thing seems …They say if it’s too good to be true it probably is. In my mind, I’m getting that feeling because I genuinely do not know how serious AB is. Coming from a person who was in a s— position after Tokyo [when Paul was criticised for posting a video showing the body of an apparent suicide victim], and in many ways the KSI fight gave me a purpose, I think this would do that for Antonio Brown, give him a nice payday, give him a chance to redeem himself. It would be one of the greatest events of 2020.” While Brown has no experience in boxing, Paul has been in the ring for two fights against fellow YouTube star KSI, who won their rematch in November after the first contest ended in a draw.Asked by TMZ whether he genuinely wanted to return to the ring to fight Brown, Paul replied: “I’m f—ing serious, bro. You know how serious I take fighting. I love talking smack; I also love backing it up.” View this post on Instagram Beat you 🏈 now 🥊 #SoonTheyForgetA post shared by Boomin (@ab) on Jan 8, 2020 at 3:29pm PSTMORE: Jake Paul calls Gib a doormat he’s ‘wiping his shoes on’ before fight vs. KSIBrown has not played an NFL snap since the middle of September and experienced a tumultuous 2019. Logan Paul is “serious” about boxing Antonio Brown, and believes a fight is close to being arranged.Paul called out Brown last month, and the seven-time Pro Bowler seemed to be on board with the idea. Brown told the YouTube star to “square up” while revealing he intended to enlist the help of Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Refreshments will be available with proceeds going to the ongoing park development fund (donations welcomed).The well-deserved celebration will be on deck at the park starting at Noon and go to 4 p.m. – rain or shine.Fun contests and photo snapping and filming opportunities will abound all afternoon.Official Schedule of events:Noon Official Opening1 p.m. PRO demos2 p.m. Skate with the Pros3 p.m. Open Skate4 p.m. Event close Saturday Mother Nature is expected to shine down on the official opening of the All-Wheel Park located in Rosemont.The Official Opening Ceremony concludes a 12-year odyssey by the local skateboarding advocates, Kootenay Lake Outdoor Skatepark Society (KLOSP) and Daybreak Rotary.The ceremony begins with local dignitaries conducting the official opening at noon before Tribute, a major local sponsor for the day, offers up Pro skaters from all over the country.Highlighting the afternoon is a performance by local Nelson product Drew Summersides, who has been featured in the current Concrete Skate Mag.There will also be a Pro Demo and Skating with the Pro’s thereafter, all to the tunes of DJ Digs.
Tiago Pereira2866321%$218,420 BC JUVENILE CHAMP TEXAS RED WORKING TOWARDS RETURN Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Texas Red galloped a mile on Santa Anita’s main track Friday and is scheduled to breeze a half-mile Saturday as he prepares for his return to the races after missing the Triple Crown classics due abscess issues with his right front foot.“He breezed three-eighths earlier in the week just to kind of let him stretch out, but we’ll let him pick it up a little bit tomorrow,” trainer Keith Desormeaux said. “He’s got a clean bill of health. If something else comes up, it’ll be just one of those things. But he looks good now. His legs are clean.”As to his impressions of American Pharoah’s victories in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, Desormeaux said: “Like many others, I always thought American Pharoah was the best horse, but I had some question after the Derby when it looked like he had to reach the bottom of the tank to get the job done, so you wondered if that was all he had.“But as the Preakness approached, I don’t know why, but it became more and more apparent that he was the best horse, and it may be because he reached the bottom of the tank for the first time (in the Derby).“But he refueled, and it looks like he’s head and shoulders above everybody else.” LA FIERA DEBUTS FOR HOLLENDORFER IN MELAIR STAKES La Fiera, a newcomer to the Jerry Hollendorfer barn, makes her Santa Anita debut in Saturday’s $200,000 Melair stakes for three-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles.The daughter of Comic Strip has had five career starts, the last four at Golden Gate Fields where she won three times over the Tapeta surface.“She’s doing well,” said Hollendorfer assistant Dan Ward. “We’ve only had her here a few days. She went to the gate Wednesday, went to the paddock and galloped over the track.“She’s a nice filly. She has good form; she’s very steady.”The Melair: Barbara Beatrice, Tiago Pereira, 8-1; Thermodynamics, Gary Stevens, 3-1; Sheer Pleasure, Tyler Baze, 5-2; Niassa, Flavien Prat, 6-1; Ashley’s Baby, Mike Smith, 3-1; La Fiera, Rafael Bejarano, 3-1; and Tribal Express, Alonso Quinonez, 15-1. Santiago Gonzalez444839%$179,976 WILD DUDE BACK AT SANTA ANITA FOR LOS ANGELES STAKESWild Dude returns to a track he fancies when he runs in the Grade III Los Angeles Stakes on Monday, Memorial Day, supporting feature of the Grade I Gamely Stakes that day.The 5-year-old Florida-bred horse weakened to finish sixth in the Grade I Carter Handicap at Aqueduct on April 4, but has a 3-2-2 record from nine starts at Santa Anita, where he has a pair of Grade II stakes wins, the Palos Verdes and the San Carlos.“He likes this track and he’s a runner,” trainer Jerry Hollendorfer said of the son of Wildcat Heir whose career earnings are just shy of $500,000.Wild Dude worked six furlongs Sunday in 1:12.The Los Angeles field: Five Palms, Martin Garcia; War Academy, Elvis Trujillo; Spirit Rules, Iggy Puglisi; Wild Dude, Rafael Bejarano; Distinctiv Passion, Edwin Maldonado; and San Onofre, Mike Smith. Mike Smith2046120%$408,980 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Flavien Prat591313222%$715,550 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won (Current Through Thursday, May 21) GOING SOMEWHERE MAKES U.S. DEBUT IN WHITTINGHAMGoing Somewhere makes his first start in seven months when he makes his U.S. debut in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 Charles Whittingham Stakes for 3-year-olds and up at 1 ½ miles on turf, not necessarily ideal for a comeback, but Neil Drysdale’s choices are limited.“Unfortunately, he has to start somewhere,” the Hall of Fame trainer said, “and there’s nowhere else more suitable.”Drysdale, 67, was assistant to Charlie Whittingham for four years (1970-74) and won the race named for the late “Bald Eagle” multiple times when it was run at Hollywood Park.Marathon grass races are nothing new to Going Somewhere, a 6-year-old Brazilian-bred horse who has not won in three years, since capturing the Group 1 Carlos Pelligrini at San Ysidro in Argentina on Dec. 15, 2012, a span of 14 races. He won twice at distances of a mile and a half and once at a mile and seven-eighths in South America in 2012.Going Somewhere worked six furlongs on a firm Santa Anita turf course Sunday in 1:18.The field for the Whittingham, race three of nine: Divine Oath, Rafael Bejarano, 5-2; Crucero, Kent Desormeaux, 20-1; Ganesh, Flavien Prat, 5-2; Going Somewhere, Mike Smith, 7-2; and Ashleyluvssugar, Gary Stevens, 6-5. FINISH LINES: For the record, Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux, who won the 2009 Belmont Stakes on Summer Bird, rides Keen Ice for trainer Dale Romans in the final leg of the Triple Crown two weeks from tomorrow. Keen Ice finished a willing seventh in the Kentucky Derby under Desormeaux, beaten eight lengths despite an eventful trip . . . Richard Mandella has The Californian on tap May 30 for Precisionist winner Catch a Flight in advance of the Grade I, $500,000 Gold Cup at Santa Anita June 27 . . . Trainer Mike Machowsky is sitting on 499 career victories. “It’s a nice little milestone,” Machowsky said. “I’ve been training on my own for 24 years, something like that. I didn’t really know I was approaching 500 until a friend of mine pointed it out a few weeks ago.” As to venerable Caracortado, the old stakes winner is still around. “He’s still has the same old quarter crack BS (on his right front foot),” Machowsky said of the California-bred son of Cat Dreams, now eight. “I hope to get him back to the races at some point, but I have to do right by him. No time table. You know how horses are.” Caracortado last raced on Aug. 13, 2014, finishing fifth in the Green Flash at Del Mar. In 20 career starts, he has seven wins including the Robert B Lewis Stakes in 2013 when it was a Grade II race, and the Grade II Del Mar Handicap in 2011. TREASURY, IRS URGED TO MODERNIZE TAX REGULATIONSThe National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) is encouraging members of the racing industry to request that the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service modernize tax regulations relating to withholding and reporting of winning pari-mutuel wagers.This regulatory change would eliminate a high percentage of reporting and withholding tickets and could increase pari-mutuel wagering on horse racing by as much as 10 percent, or $1 billion in one year alone, according to Steve Crist of Daily Racing Form. Increased handle will lead to higher purses and added strength in the bloodstock markets.According to the NTRA, the Treasury Department and IRS should be urged to authorize modernization of the tax regulations relating to withholding and reporting of winning pari-mutuel wagers because the current method is unfair and outdated.The NTRA has created a simple, customized message to submit directly to the Treasury. Simply go to www.ntra.com/IRScomment to join others in supporting this cause. Edwin Maldonado52611912%$246,480 Fernando Perez62129819%$438,730 Richard Baltas2773226%$355,620 Richard Mandella1965132%$422,090 Bob Baffert1542227%$183,310 Felipe Valdez59710412%$281,090 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Gonzalo Nicolas555699%$174,678 Joseph Talamo611231320%$404,788 Philip D’Amato2593336%$320,570 John Sadler3456515%$203,638 Tyler Baze9216121917%$670,430 Doug O’Neill47912519%$399,160 Elvis Trujillo4854710%$260,170 Peter Miller38811121%$306,610 ESPINOZA GOES WITH THE FLOW FOR TRIPLE ZINVOR SHARP FOR RICH SNOW CHIEF STAKESFILLY MAKES SANTA ANITA DEBUT IN MELAIRGOING SOMEWHERE HAS SOMEWHERE TO GOTEXAS RED WORKING TOWARDS HIS COMEBACK Rafael Bejarano6414151322%$644,862 Drayden Van Dyke4374516%$276,518 Eddie Truman1151145%$145,150 ESPINOZA CONFIDENT IN TRIPLE CROWN PURSUITVictor Espinoza leaves on Monday, June 1, for New York and what he hopes is a datewith destiny when he pursues the Triple Crown aboard American Pharoah in the Belmont Stakes on June 6.This will mark the second time in two years and the third time in his career he will try for the elusive Triple, having missed out on War Emblem in 2002 and California Chrome last year.Usually readily accessible, this time around the indefatigable rider is attempting to maintain a relatively low profile with PR functions and accommodating the media, focusing as he should on the target at hand, winning the Triple Crown, which has not been won since 1978.“Yesterday,” Victor said at Clockers’ Corner Friday morning, “I did so many interviews, I was tired.”Espinoza and his agent, Brian Beach, will make certain Victor is a “fresh horse” goinginto the Belmont, leaving that same objective for American Pharoah up to the colt’s trainer, Bob Baffert, who will be seeking the Triple Crown for the fourth time. He came close with War Emblem, Silver Charm (1997) and Real Quiet (1998).Told American Pharoah looked like he was floating over Pimlico’s inundated sloppy track en route to his seven-length romp in the Preakness last Saturday, Victor was quick to respond. “Me too,” he said, laughing. “I was floating, too. My boots were full of water.“It’s amazing how life is. I never thought I would win three Kentucky Derbies. After I won the first (on War Emblem in 2002), four or five years went by and I never dreamed I’d go back again, and then last year here comes California Chrome, the favorite for the Kentucky Derby, who won by daylight and came very close to winning the Triple Crown.“Now we’re in position to do it again in a back-to-back situation with an amazing horse like American Pharoah. But let me tell you about the Preakness. I never rode a horse in my life in so much rain. That was my first time.“But it was fun. Pharoah handled it very well. I was more concerned about the horse but he ran an unbelievable race and I’m here again. You never know what lies ahead or what the future holds.“But I never get too caught up in the moment. I just keep working on my career, doing things normally, taking it one day at a time.”As to the Belmont, Espinoza understandably feels “confident” about American Pharoah.“I can’t look back and worry about the two times I lost the Belmont,” Espinoza said. “When I rode War Emblem, he stumbled really bad at the start and that was it. My chance was gone right away.“California Chrome was tired going into the race and his energy wasn’t quite what it was. Also, another horse stepped on his foot and that happens when a horse doesn’t have the energy it should. They do things in slow motion, and that’s what happened.“So again my chances went when the gates opened. Twice my chances were eliminated like that. But it’s different this time with American Pharoah. I know each horse is different and every time I’m there, I think differently, too.“It’s all going to depend on Baffert and if he has the horse ready. Baffert knows how to train a horse to be ready for the Belmont, so that gives me a lot of confidence, as it does with other horses I ride in big races like this.“If the trainer has his horse ready, then my job is easy. After that, I have all the confidence in the world.” Espinoza celebrates his 43rd birthday tomorrow, but would patiently wait two weeks to receive a gift for the man who has everything.“The Triple Crown,” he said. “That’s the present I need.”ZINVOR IN GOOD SPOT FOR WIN IN SNOW CHIEF STAKES Zinvor competes in his first stakes race Saturday when he runs in the $200,000 Snow Chief Stakes for three-year-olds at 1 1/8 miles on turf. The gelded son of the late Tribal Rule has two wins on Santa Anita’s turf course, each at one mile.“He’s doing really well,” trainer John Sadler said. “It’s a key race for him. It’s his conditions; California-bred, three-year-old, grass. It’s just perfect for him.”The field for the Snow Chief, race eight of 10: Cardiac, Santiago Gonzalez, 8-1; Richard’s Boy, Fernando Perez, 7-2; Book Thirty Four, Felipe Valdez, 20-1; Zinvor, Victor Espinoza, 7-2; Grazen Sky, Rafael Bejarano, 5-2; Chief of Staff, Tyler Baze, 12-1; Temple Keys, Drayden Van Dyke, 15-1; Neveradoubt, Flavien Prat, 20-1; Rocko’s Wheel, Joe Talamo, 6-1; Pulmarack, Corey Nakatani, 6-1; and Over Par, Mario Gutierrez, 30-1.
Damage caused by vandals to traffic lights in Letterkenny is putting the lives of both old and young people at risk.Cllr Jimmy Kavanagh revealed the lights were taking up to 45 seconds to change to allow people to cross the busy Glencar Road.He had called on the local council to report the problem to the supplier and have repairs carried out as soon as possible. Councillor Kavanagh had asked the council to look at the lights and determine if the waiting time to change for pedestrians could be shortened.He said “It was taking 45 seconds for the lights to change and children in particular were not waiting and were taking chances by running across the very busy circular road.”The council revealed that following their inspection of the lights they discovered that the lights had been vandalised resulting in delays to the changing intervals.Cllr. Kavanagh welcomed the council’s commitment to getting the issue addressed but expressed disappointment that the lights had been vandalised. “It’s alarming that anyone would vandalise the lights and in the process put people, particularly children, in danger with such reckless behaviour,” he said.Red alert as traffic light vandals put pedestrians in danger was last modified: October 13th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cllr Jimmy Kavanaghdangerletterkennytraffic lights
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Dan Armitage, host of Buckeye SportsmanOne of my favorite mid-summer destinations, the Ohio State Fair gets underway July 25 though Aug. 5 at the Ohio Expositions Center in Columbus, where the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) offers a welcome quiet space that for decades has served as a great place for taking a break from the midway and other traditional fair attractions. Located at the Natural Resources Park on the fairground’s southeast corner, the area is a popular “green space” with outdoors-minded families looking to “take five” or to take part in some hook and bullet activities. The channel cats that used to prowl the popular kiddie fishing ponds have been replaced with easier-to-catch sunfish and the portable kayaking pond has become a permanent fixture. Kids can try their hand at several shooting sports, and there are ongoing wildlife programs and demonstrations, as well as displays of live birds and animals, to entertain and educate all. For more information on the park and activities, visit ohiostatefair.com. I’ll be there with the family on opening day, taking in the Beach Boys concert that night — one of the rare bands from my era that both me and my 18-year-old son agree “are pretty good” — let alone still touring.
Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now Your clients expect you to help them understand the return they will receive on the money invested in your product, service, or solutions. If you can’t help them understand their return on investment, they aren’t likely to invest their money. They just won’t take action.There is a lesson worth learning here.What if you held yourself to that same standard when it comes to where you invest your time? What if you measured each activity that you take for its return on time invested, refusing to spend your time where there was no return to be had?Let’s look at your ROTI.A Low Return on Time InvestedSome of the activities that you engage in produce a very low return for a high investment of your time. Many of these activities look and feel like work. They give you a false sense of accomplishment. But they produce nothing.Much of the time you spend in your email inbox produces no return on time invested. You can spend countless hours each day in email, especially if you check your email first thing in the morning, check your cell phone every 20 minutes, and live with your email open throughout the day. The return on the time invested in email is low because most of it is worthless and much of it is simply other people’s requests and demands.You can add to this list of low return on time invested activities many of your meetings, a lot of time you spend on the Internet, much of the time you spend with your peers around the water cooler, and some of the time you fritter away with some of your friendly clients.Ask yourself: What is my investment of time here going to produce? If the answer is “nothing,” then take the decision to invest your time somewhere else.High Return on Time InvestedAll of the above activities are sometimes necessary. Just not at the level most people engage in them. The most productive people spend their time where it produces a greater return on investment. They invest their time where it produces the outcomes that they really want.In sales, the most productive investment of your time is time invested with your clients and your dream clients (my word for your best prospects). Face-to-face sales calls are what opens opportunities, advances opportunities, and wins deals. These activities produce a high return on investment.There are dozens of high return on invested time activities, like time spent with existing clients, time spent with the team that delivers for your clients, time spent nurturing relationships, and time spent prospecting.You can’t spend every minute on high return on time invested activities. But you can improve the amount of time there, and you can crowd out the low return on time-invested activities.QuestionsThink about the last couple hours of your day today. Were the activities you were engaged in high return on time invested?What are the activities that produce the highest return for your invested time?What activities produce little to no return on the time you spend?How can you crowd out the low return on invested time activities?
WARRIORS 142, TIMBERWOLVES 110Golden State shot 60 percent from the field (51 of 85) and 61 percent (20 for 33) from behind the arc.Rookie Jordan Bell made all five shots and scored 11 points, while Draymond Green also scored 11.Karl-Anthony Towns scored 16 points and Jimmy Butler had 15.The Wolves poured in 44 points in the first quarter, but Tom Thibodeau’s club yielded quarters of 36, 40 and 38 points over the first three periods.ADVERTISEMENT BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Read Next Portland scored 43 points in the second quarter.Blake Griffin and Serbian star Milos Teodosic each scored 15 for the Clippers.Teodosic made four 3-pointers despite dislocating his left pinkie finger.DeAndre Jordan had 12 points and 14 rebounds.Danilo Gallinari (left mid-foot sprain), Austin Rivers (strained right glute) and Sam Dekker (strained left oblique) sat out.SPURS 122, NUGGETS 100LaMarcus Aldridge had 21 points, eight rebounds and six assists, and the Spurs handed the Nuggets their first loss of the preseason.San Antonio shot 57 percent from the field and 3-point range, going 16 of 28 behind the arc.Rudy Gay and Danny Green each scored 11 points in a little more than 20 minutes.Pau Gasol and Patty Mills rested, as reserve Bryn Forbes scored 20 points. NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers PLAY LIST 01:48NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers03:12Kevin Durant out with Achilles injury; to undergo MRI on Tuesday01:43Who are Filipinos rooting for in the NBA Finals?01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients LATEST STORIES WIZARDS 102, CAVALIERS 94Bradley Beal scored 11 points in limited action and the Wizards improved to 3-0.Beal played nine minutes and fellow guard John Wall logged just 7 1/2. Jodie Meeks and Carrick Felix scored 12 points off the bench to pace Washington.The Cavaliers rested LeBron James and nearly all their regulars in Washington and fell to 0-3. Jeff Green had a series of dunks and led Cleveland with 19 points.Also sitting for Cleveland were Dwyane Wade, Derrick Rose, Kevin Love, J.R. Smith, Jae Crowder and Tristan Thompson.Kay Felder started at guard and had 12 points and 11 assists, Kyle Korver had 11 points, and Turkish rookie Cedi Osman finished with six points, six assists and five rebounds.TRAIL BLAZERS 134, CLIPPERS 106Damian Lillard scored 35 points, CJ McCollum added 20 and Portland rang up 70 points in the first half in Los Angeles.Lillard was 13 for 13 from the free throw line. He and McCollum each made four 3-pointers.Maurice Harkless was 6 for 6 off the bench and scored 16 points, while Jusuf Nurkic finished with 13 points and nine rebounds. LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Thunder hold off Australia’s Melbourne United MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC AP FILE PHOTOStephen Curry finished off his China trip with a performance ripped right out of his MVP highlight reel.Curry scored 40 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 142-110 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday in Shanghai for a split of their two-game series in China.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Nikola Jokic had 19 points and seven rebounds for Denver.Gary Harris scored 15 points after agreeing to a four-year, $84 million extension.Paul Millsap was just 2 for 11 from the field and scored 13 points, while Will Barton came off the bench for 16 points.Point guards Jameer Nelson and Emmanuel Mudiay were a combined 2 for 11. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. It was the Warriors’ first win of the preseason and came like so many of their victories of the last three years, filled with Curry’s incredible shot-making and playmaking.The 2015 and 2016 NBA MVP was 13 for 20 from the field, including 6 of 9 from 3-point range, and added eight assists.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutKlay Thompson added eight 3-pointers and 28 points, while Kevin Durant scored 22.Andrew Wiggins had 19 points for Minnesota, which won’t play again in the preseason.