آس 90 : CBFS T10 League 2023 Points Table: CBFS S-10 League 2023 Team Standings

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CBFS T10 League 2023 Points Table: CBFS S-10 League 2023 Team Standings

CBFS T10 League 2023 Points Table: CBFS S-10 League 2023 Team Standings

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Points tale for the CBFS T10 League 2023 (CBFS S-10 League 2023), which is scheduled to be played from November 3, 2023 to November 29, 2023 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

CBFS S-10 League 2023 Points Table

# Team Team Played P Won W Lost L No Result N/R Net Run Rate NRR Points Pts
1 Seven Districts SVD 7 7 6 6 1 1 0 0 +3.621 +3.621 12 12
2 CSS Group CSG 6 6 5 5 1 1 0 0 +1.279 +1.279 10 10
3 The Vision Shipping TVS 6 6 5 5 1 1 0 0 +0.609 +0.609 10 10
4 Gems Education CC GED 6 6 4 4 2 2 0 0 +2.017 +2.017 8 8
5 Karwan Cricket Club KWN 6 6 3 3 3 3 0 0 +1.266 +1.266 6 6
6 Alif Pharma ALP 6 6 3 3 3 3 0 0 -0.084 -0.084 6 6
7 Seven Districts Juniors SVDJ 5 5 2 2 3 3 0 0 -0.026 -0.026 4 4
8 Z Games Strikers ZGS 6 6 2 2 4 4 0 0 -0.185 -0.185 4 4
9 Ajman Heroes AJH 6 6 2 2 4 4 0 0 -1.344 -1.344 4 4
10 SA Sport Club SSC 6 6 2 2 4 4 0 0 -2.406 -2.406 4 4
11 Prim Height Transport PHT 6 6 1 1 5 5 0 0 -0.945 -0.945 2 2
12 Stallions Sports Academy STP 6 6 1 1 5 5 0 0 -4.042 -4.042 2 2

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آس 90 : Bucks HC Explains Khris Middleton Decision Against The Wizards

Bucks HC Explains Khris Middleton Decision Against The Wizards

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MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - NOVEMBER 13: Khris Middleton #22 of the Milwaukee Bucks takes a three point shot during a game against the Chicago Bulls at Fiserv Forum on November 13, 2023 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.
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The Milwaukee Bucks and Washington Wizards recently engaged in a high-scoring battle during the 2023-24 NBA season.

Both sides gave it their best on the offensive end of the floor while neglecting defense, as the final score was 131-128 in favor of the Bucks.

For the Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Damian Lillard, and Brook Lopez crossed the 30-point mark, while no other player even reached double digits.

Khris Middleton was one player who couldn’t see the end of this high-intensity game, as he exited the game, presumably due to a serious injury.

However, Bucks head coach Adrian Griffin confirmed that the team only made Middleton exit the game due to precautions, as revealed via Eric Nehm on Twitter.

It’s good to know that Middleton won’t be missing extra time due to another injury.

Even without Middleton on the court, the Bucks didn’t stop scoring against the Wizards.

After all, it takes a great shooting night to have three players on a single team to score more than 30 points on any given night.

As for Middleton, he exited the game when he had 7 points, 1 rebound, and 5 assists for the Bucks in just 13 minutes of playing time.

In hindsight, had Middleton been on the court, he would have had an opportunity to score at least 20 points as well.

Maybe the Bucks would have won the game much more easily.

But at the end of the day, Middleton’s long-term health takes priority for the Milwaukee Bucks if they want to win the 2024 NBA Championship.

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آس 90 : Canucks forward Hoglander fined $2.8k for slew-footing

Canucks forward Hoglander fined $2.8k for slew-footing

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The NHL’s Department of Player Safety says Canucks forward Nils Hoglander has been fined for slew-footing San Jose’s Kevin Labanc during Vancouver’s 3-1 win on Monday.

Hoglander has been fined US$2,864.58, the maximum allowable under the collective bargaining agreement between the league and the NHL Players’ Association.

The Swedish forward was given a match penalty for the infraction and ejected from the game with Connor Garland serving the penalty for his teammate.

The incident happened near the end of the second period in front of the Canucks’ bench, with Hoglander initially being given a minor penalty before that was overturned.

The Canucks doubled their lead shortly after the incident, with Sam Lafferty scoring a shorthanded goal.

Hoglander has five goals and eight points in 17 games this season, his fourth with the Canucks.

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آس 90 : Richard Riakporhe: ‘If I’d had more experience, I would have knocked Chris Billam-Smith out!’ | Boxing News

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Richard Riakporhe and Chris Billam-Smith have a past. They could well figure in each other’s futures.

Riakporhe defeated Billam-Smith on a close split decision in 2019 and remains an unbeaten cruiserweight contender.

Bournemouth’s Billam-Smith went on to become the WBO world champion, a title he will defend against Mateusz Masternak on December 10.

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Cruiserweight contender Richard Riakporhe says he welcomes a fight with domestic rival Lawrence Okolie down the line

Riakporhe remains the only professional opponent to have defeated Billam-Smith, although to this day Billam-Smith questions the decision and the knockdown that was given against him.

The Londoner declared: “If there’s debate about it, we can definitely do it again.

“With that fight it was a close decision. I believe I did enough to win the fight. I was confident that I got the W, even before the scorecards were read out,” Riakporhe maintained. “There was one judge that called out the fight in his favour.

“Apart from that, everybody was in favour of me, because I was showing my strength in there, dictating the fight, initiating, throwing cleaner shots, big shots landing.

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Speaking on the Toe2Toe podcast, Richard Riakporhe insists that he can go one better and get the knockout in a rematch with current WBO cruiserweight champion Chris Billam-Smith

“If I was more experienced, I would have knocked him out. Definitely knocked him out. I didn’t really know what I was doing, smothered my work. It was my ninth fight.

“I’m way more mature now. If I hurt you, I should be able to take you out straightaway.”

Riakporhe could force that rematch. He is the No 1 contender at cruiserweight for the WBO and expects to be called as the mandatory challenger.

“That’s bound to be ordered very soon. As soon as that’s ordered we’re going to be literally discussing when, where and who. Because it all depends who comes out on top on December 10,” he said.

Riakporhe has also been in the ring with Masternak, when sparring in training.

“I’ve done a few camps with Mateusz Masternak. I understand his style, I know the way he fights. I know what he’s going to bring. He’s definitely a warrior, very tough and I think that fight is going to be a very entertaining fight for the boxing public,” the Londoner said.

“The styles will definitely gel. Masternak’s a warrior. His dream is to become a world champion.

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Richard Riakporhe beat Krzysztof Glowacki in impressive fashion and was quick to target world title fights for the near future

“I think CBS should do it, but he can’t take his eye off the ball. He has to be on point every single round, switched on.”

Riakporhe had the option to fight IBF titlist Jai Opetaia earlier this year as well as an agreement to box Arsen Goulamirian, the WBA cruiserweight champion. He accepted the latter only for the deal to fall through.

“We found out that he had some legal issues with his promoters. The rest is history. We had to move on,” the Londoner said. “Energy was high. We thought it was 100 per cent a go. Then we heard he had some issues. It was actually done.

“Once we do get our shot, we’re going to do everything in our power to rip it off whoever’s champion. Literally. They will know. They will know,” he added.

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Highlights of Richard Riakporhe’s stunning stoppage of Krzysztof Glowacki in Manchester

“Every single champion, which is why it’s been so complicated getting the shot in the first place. It’s going to be a hard night for every single one of them.

“You will see the displays when that time comes, when I challenge.”

He is now positioned to secure a shot at Billam-Smith, as long as he doesn’t slip up against Dylan Bregeon on Saturday in Wolverhampton, live on Sky Sports.

France’s Bregeon has previously gone the distance with Billam-Smith and Isaac Chamberlain. He is a gritty, durable opponent.

“I put it all at risk,” he said. “That’s what us guys do.

“I’m going to focus on Bregeon first.”

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Richard Riakporhe stopped Fabio Turchi with a vicious body shot in the second round at Wembley Arena

Riakporhe is on the cusp of a big year coming up. As well as meeting Billam-Smith, he has a burgeoning rivalry with Lawrence Okolie, the Hackney cruiserweight, who lost his WBO championship to Billam-Smith.

“I believe it can happen in 2024,” Riakporhe said of Okolie. “The boxing public they hate his style.

“They don’t want to watch this guy no more. I’ll do the fans a favour get rid of him.”

A defeat on Saturday would be disastrous for Riakporhe. He must win, but he also has to hone the tools that would need to conquer his British rivals.

“I wouldn’t mind some rounds [against Bregeon]. We always go for the knockout. So if I smell blood, that’s it, the fight’s going to be over in an instant,” he said.

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“I always go for the knockout,” Riakporhe continued. “That’s why I stand out from a lot of other fighters.

“It just takes one shot for the fight to finish and that’s what we always want to do and that’s what the fans like to see.

“That’s my gift.”

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آس 90 : Charlotte Hornets: Perspective Prior to Upcoming Season

Charlotte Hornets: Perspective Prior to Upcoming Season

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The Charlotte Hornets are a disaster.

Through four games of the NBA 2k24 Summer League, the Hornets are winless. Their point differential is -9 points, which is the third worst in the NBA.

On July 13, the Hornets announced that second-overall draft pick Brandon Miller has been sidelined for the remainder of the Las Vegas summer exhibitions. Before the 2023 NBA Draft, there was an ongoing debate about whether Charlotte should select Scoot Henderson instead of Miller.

The Hornets submitted their pick to be Miller, although Henderson was seen as the safest pick in the draft.

Following the Hornets’ pick, the Portland Trail Blazers capitalized on Henderson’s availability with the third pick.

The primary issue is beyond Charlotte’s inability to produce wins; it’s Miller. Across five games in both California and Las Vegas, Miller has averaged 15.2 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 3.4 assists.

In the California Classic, Miller showcased himself strongly by shooting 46.7% from the field and 44% from the three-point arc. However, in Las Vegas, that success did not translate; instead, Miller shot 35.4% from the field and 26.1% from deep in only three games.

In Miller’s last performance against the Blazers, he improved greatly, posting 26 points and six rebounds on 8–15 shooting from the field and hitting three of six shots from deep.

Honestly, that’s a massive sigh of relief for Charlotte.

The solid performance gave the Hornets a chance to pull the plug on Miller and remove him from the spotlight, which unfortunately caused spectators to scrutinize his game.

Now let’s get ahold of ourselves. It’s the Summer League, the same venue that has seen several talented young players cycle in and out that went on to become future busts. That’s part of the draft, and each franchise is gambling their rights to a certain prospect every year.

Unfortunately, the Hornets have missed the mark several times in the last 20 years.

Since 2004, Charlotte has only drafted two prospects that became All-Stars: Kemba Walker and LaMelo Ball, who were drafted in 2011 and 2020, respectively.

The reality is that Charlotte is a small market. Subsequently, the Hornets cannot compete to recruit massive talent via free agency like Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York can; that’s implausible.

Charlotte’s biggest free agent splash in recent memory was big man Al Jefferson. In four years with the Hornets, Jefferson claimed a respectable All-NBA Third Team nod in 2014 but was out of the NBA in less than five years.

Year in and year out, Charlotte has consistently missed the mark come draft day.

For example, the Hornets selected Shai Gilgeous-Alexander with the 11th pick in 2018 and immediately traded him to the Los Angeles Clippers for another prospect, Miles Bridges. Gilgeous-Alexander has risen to stardom, notching his first All-Star and All-NBA First Team honors this past season; meanwhile, Bridges spent the entire season serving a suspension for domestic violence charges.

The Hornets’ development department has been puzzling in years past because they have given limited minutes to young players in favor of veterans.

Every team does that to a degree, but for instance, Malik Monk spent his first four seasons in Charlotte and averaged only 18.2 minutes per game. After leaving the Hornets, Monk has seen an increase in minutes, points per game, field goal and three-point percentage, and assists because he’s playing more games.

Knowing Charlotte Miller will likely sit behind Bridges and split time off the bench with either Kelly Oubre Jr. or Gordon Hayward—don’t get me wrong, Oubre is a solid player, but Hayward shouldn’t be playing 31-plus minutes anymore.

Considering this year’s draft, one prospect has some serious upside: Nick Smith Jr. Before injuring his knee in December, the Arkansas guard was projected to be a top-five pick. However, Smith slid to the 27th pick, landing him in Charlotte.

Through six games this summer, Smith has averaged 14.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 3.1 assists per game, which is solid for a late first-round pick. Moreover, Smith exploded against Portland for 33 points while shooting 60% from the field and 80% from three.

Smith’s early production is a foretelling of his potential; however, Smith may be given the same shy attention Monk experienced with Charlotte.

Another example is guard James Bouknight, who was drafted 11th overall by the Hornets in the 2021 NBA Draft. Despite being a lottery pick, Bouknight has seen the court only 65 times and averaged 12.6 minutes in two seasons.

Unfortunately, one reason for the few minutes could be Bouknight’s subpar shooting. In two seasons, Bouknight has shot 35.3% from the field and 31.6% on the deep ball.

Those struggles have continued for Bouknight this summer, as he shot 38.4% from the field and 23.1% from three.

In retrospect, it seems that Charlotte has inadvertently wasted their pick on Bouknight, as the Hornets have selected a guard in the first round in three of the last four drafts. Especially because Bouknight is simply not getting many minutes outside of garbage time.

The Bouknight and Smith tandem couldn’t win against the New Orleans Pelicans in their last Summer League matchup, as the Hornets started the game by missing their first 14 shots. Subsequently, after starting the game down 18-0 and finishing the first quarter down 25-5.

As you’d imagine, the Hornets lost but not without a fight, falling short 89-83 as Bouknight posted 28 points thanks to going 4-9 from three.

Nevertheless, the Summer League is simply a glimpse, not anything more than a showcase for young talent to grow and show their respective teams what they have to offer.

Even the highly hyped first overall pick, Victor Wembanyama, struggled in his debut against the Hornets, ironically. The San Antonio Spurs only kept Wembanyama around for two games in the Las Vegas showcase.

Nevertheless, the NBA season will be right around the corner, and at least the Hornets can boast their $260 million extension with Ball, keeping him in the Queen City for the next five years.

The Hornets have the opportunity next season to snap their seven-year playoff drought, which is currently the longest in the NBA.

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آس 90 : Harden makes Clippers’ debut, AD exits early vs. Miami | NBA

Harden makes Clippers' debut, AD exits early vs. Miami | NBA

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Nick Wright, Chris Broussard and Kevin Wildes weigh in on James Harden’s debut with the Los Angeles Clippers. Harden scored 17 pts, 3 reb, 6 ast in 111-97 loss to Knicks. The crew also discuss Anthony Davis leaving the game early with a hip injury vs. the Miami Heat.

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آس 90 : Marsh Sheffield Shield 2023-24 Points Table and Team Standings

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Marsh Sheffield Shield 2023-24 Points Table and Team Standings

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Points table for the Marsh Sheffield Shield 2023-24, which is scheduled to be played from October 3, 2023 to March 11, 2024 in Australia.

Sheffield Shield 2023-24 Points Table

# Team Team Played P Won W Lost L No Result N/R Tie T Points Pts
1 Tasmania TAS 3 3 2 2 0 0 1 1 17.46 17.46
2 Western Australia WAU 3 3 2 2 0 0 1 1 17.18 17.18
3 Queensland QUN 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 11.56 11.56
4 South Australia SAU 3 3 1 1 2 2 0 0 11.44 11.44
5 Victoria VCT 3 3 1 1 2 2 0 0 8.69 8.69
6 New South Wales NSW 3 3 0 0 2 2 1 1 5.79 5.79

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آس 90 : Stephen A. Smith Sends Strong Message To Suns Star Amid Injury Issues

Stephen A. Smith attends SiriusXM At Super Bowl LVII on February 09, 2023 in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Stephen A. Smith attends SiriusXM At Super Bowl LVII on February 09, 2023 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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The Phoenix Suns may have overlooked the San Antonio Spurs.

They blew a 20-point lead and had one of the most infamous late-game collapses that come to mind in recent NBA history, allowing back-to-back buckets in the final four seconds to lose a game.

It’s worth noting that the Suns were severely undermanned, though, as Devin Booker and Bradley Beal missed yet another game with an injured ankle and back, respectively.

That’s why Stephen A. Smith took some time on “First Take” to express his concerns about Beal.

He stated that he’s a big fan of the former Washington Wizards star, adding that he’s starting to get really worried about him and his health.

Smith pointed out the fact that Beal has only played in one-third of his games since 2019, adding that he’s played 92 combined games in the past two seasons.

The pundit also stated that despite all the talk about how the new-look Suns could look this season, this might as well be who they are if Kevin Durant doesn’t have his All-Star teammates by his side.

The Suns are doing the right thing by playing the waiting game with those injuries.

They need to make sure that both Booker and Beal are healthy for when it counts the most.

Then again, we’ve seen multiple superteams crumble under pressure because they don’t have enough time together and fail to develop chemistry.

Health is the only thing that could stand in this team’s way, and these early returns are far from encouraging.

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آس 90 : The Sport Market – Sportsnet.ca

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The Sport Market is all about the bulls and bears of sport business. Hosted by nationally-recognized sport business commentator and marketing communications executive Tom Mayenknecht, The Sport Market goes to the dollars and cents behind the scenes to discuss the sport business stories that matter most to fans.

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آس 90 : Dan Evans forced to retire against Frances Tiafoe in Vienna due to calf injury | Tennis News

Dan Evans of Great Britain reacts during his match against Carlos Alcaraz of Spain in their men's singles round of 32 match on Day 8 of the 2023 Shanghai Rolex Masters at Qi Zhong Tennis Centre on October 09, 2023 in Shanghai, China. (Photo by Hugo Hu/Getty Images)

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Britain’s Dan Evans was forced to retire against Frances Tiafoe in Vienna after suffering what appeared to be a serious calf injury on Tuesday.

Evans, who was looking comfortable when leading 4-1 in the first set, pulled up after suffering a sharp pain in the back of his leg.

Despite seeking medical attention, the world No 35 was comforted by American Tiafoe as he pulled out of the contest.

It was only the second tour-level retirement of Evans’s career and it means he will be a doubt for Great Britain’s Davis Cup quarter-final against Serbia next month.

Evans had been expected to partner world doubles No 4 Neal Skupski in Malaga, but his injury could now put pay to captain Leon Smith’s first-choice line-up.

Heather Watson fell in the first round of the Abierto Tampico event in Mexico, losing in three sets to Ann Li.

Watson won the first set 6-4, but the American – ranked 50 places below Watson at 156 – raced through the second 6-1 and took the decider 6-3.

Maria Sakkari of Greece reacts after defeating Diana Shnaider of Russia in their second round match at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
Maria Sakkari will replace the injured Karolina Muchova at the WTA Finals in Cancun

In other news, world No 8 Karolina Muchova has withdrawn from the WTA Finals in Cancun due to a right wrist injury and will be replaced by first alternate Maria Sakkari of Greece.

Czech Muchova was the eighth player to qualify for the season-ending tournament after reaching the Cincinnati final and the US Open semi-finals, losing to American Coco Gauff on both occasions.

“Together with the team and doctors we tried everything till the last moment to resolve my wrist injury,” Muchova said in a statement.

“Unfortunately, the time needed for the recovery is longer than we would’ve hoped for and therefore I had to make this unpleasant decision.”

As a result, the ninth-ranked Sakkari will feature in her third straight WTA Finals at this year’s event, which starts on Sunday, after reaching the semi-finals a year ago.

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