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  • 08 Apr
    Coming off of its first home loss in nearly two years, sixth-ranked Virginia has a quick turnaround when it plays host to East Carolina on Tuesday night.The Cavaliers fell to No. 25 West Virginia 66-57 on Saturday afternoon and suffered just their third loss at home since the 2013 season. The other two losses came at the hands of Duke and Wisconsin.The loss to West Virginia ended a 24-game home winning streak and a five-game home winning streak against ranked opponents.Virginia played its worse game of the young season as they turned the ball over 14 times, allowing the Mountaineers to convert 18 points off of those turnovers. East Carolina enters Tuesdays matchup with a 7-2 record but against opponents that are not to the level of the Cavaliers.The Pirates do have a solid defense that is allowing just under 60 points per game and should challenge a Virginia offense that has sputtered in their last two games.The Cavaliers have scored just 120 points combined in their last two, and the Pirates will give them their moneys worth on the defensive end and on the glass. East Carolina is averaging 44 rebounds per game, which ranks them in the top 10 in the country in that category.Not many words were said. Guys were just upset. Coach Bennett said, Its not the end of the season. Learn from this, grow from this. He didnt think the effort was poor. We just need to fix a few breakdowns, and well learn from it and get better, Virginia freshman guard Ty Jerome said after the Cavaliers loss to West Virginia.Jerome played 10 minutes in Virginias loss on Saturday and helped break the Mountaineers press in the Cavaliers four-guard lineup. Despite not scoring, Jerome showed he will continue to see minutes as a freshman with his ability to take care of the basketball.Guard Darius Thompson had his best game of the season with 14 points and was the only Cavaliers player to score in double figures.Guard London Perrantes was just 2 of 10 from the field as he struggled against a West Virginia defense that knew it had to key on him. Tuesdays game against East Carolina should give the senior a chance to bounce back and get his shooting on track.Asked how much he sees his opponents key on him, Perrantes said, A lot. I feel like I get everybodys best now, with Malcolm 1/8Brogdon 3/8 and Anthony 1/8Gill 3/8 being gone. I just have to get used to it.It is early in the season and Im not used to it, but we have guys that can step up and help me and help the team, so Im not worried too much about it.East Carolina is led by guard Caleb White, who is averaging 15 points per game in 33 minutes played per game this season. White dropped 20 points in the Pirates 69-57 win over North Carolina Central on Saturday and he will be key for the East Carolina offense against Virginias packline defense. Cheap Vapormax Wholesale .Y. - New York City has been selected to host the NBA All-Star weekend in 2015, with the game played at Madison Square Garden and the slam dunk contest and other skills events held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Vapormax Ireland . -- If this was Aaron Gordons final home game at Arizona, and it almost certainly was, then he went out in style. http://www.cheapvapormaxireland.com/ . JOHNS, N. Wholesale Vapormax Ireland . 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The accompanying press release featured a quote from supporter Paul Inuleg, saying it would truly reflect the values of recent times.Hartlepool to play in fancy dressHartlepool announced they have been given permission by the Football League to swap their kit for fancy dress for the final game of the season at Plymouth Argyle. Chief Executive Russ Green said: As long as the outfits are absolutely identical, have the appropriate Football League logo on the sleeves and dont pose any safety risks to other players then theyre comfortable with it. Obviously well need to make sure it doesnt clash with Plymouths home kit either.Arsenal install sunroof at the Emirates A sunroof at the Emirates could feature positive messages for the players. Arsenal released a video claiming they were to install the worlds first retractable sunroof at the Emirates Stadium this summer. 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Lyon tweeted their followers on Friday morning, claiming the pitch at the Parc Olympic Lyonnais would be painted blue for the remaining games of the season. The terrible attempt at Photoshop may have lessened the concerns for their supporters...Kingsley the Mascot faces stadium banPartick Thistle claimed their mascot and worldwide celebrity phenomenon Kingsley was set to be cited by the Scottish FA in relation to a tweet aimed at Scotty Cup, the Scottish Cup mascot. The tweet read: Who does Scotty Cup think he is?! A few Scottish Cup matches and he thinks hes the only mascot in town. Just wait until I see him - Ill show him! Thistle claimed he could receive a stadium ban over the incident.Chairman signs himself for Welsh Cup semi-final Mike Harris. Apparently he has a good touch for a big lad. The New Saints of Oswestry Town claimed their Chairman Mike Harris had decided he would start as the sole striker in Saturdays Welsh Cup semi-final against Connahs Quay. 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