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MessagePosté le: Ven 11 Nov - 05:15 (2016)    Sujet du message: d Hoyer has started to tren Répondre en citant

 NEW ORLEANS - When DeMar DeRozan made his All-Star debut on Sunday, checking in for the first time at the outset of the second quarter, he immediately looked like he belonged. . It took 22 seconds for DeRozan to get on the board, taking a lob pass from Joakim Noah and converting the easy layup before knocking down his next two shots. For the Raptors fifth-year guard, this moment was one he had been dreaming about for a long time but to his credit, he never looked out of place. "Honestly, I wasnt nervous at all," he told after scoring eight points in 15 minutes of action for the victorious Eastern Conference squad. "I thought I was going to be nervous before the game but as soon as I went out there I wasnt nervous at all." "It didnt feel like there was any pressure, like you were playing in front of all these people. They just made it fun, honestly. I didnt have no jitters." After a lackluster slate of Saturday night events, the big show did not disappoint. Combined, 318 points were scored - an All-Star record - with the East defeating the West by a score of 163-155. The frenetic pace fit DeRozans game like a glove. "All we do is get out and run, wings get out and run, push it," he said. "Its an opportunity to get fast-break dunks, layups, sorts of things like that so it fits well for a player like me." The East overcame an 18-point deficit, closing out the night on a 10-0 run to win for the first time in four years. Their 163 points were the most scored in an All-Star Game. DeRozans All-Star experience has been surreal. From watching his young teammates Jonas Valanciunas and Terrence Ross compete in the Rising Stars Challenge and the Slam Dunk Contest - both events that he has participated in himself - to sharing the bench with former a teammate and nine-time All-Star Chris Bosh on Sunday, hes had to pinch himself on more than one occasion. It didnt hit him until Sunday evening, as he arrived at Smoothie King Center, walked in the locker room and saw a row of All-Star jerseys instead of his usual Raptors duds. "Theres only a select few that get to put on the All-Star jersey," he realizes. That experience of being among them and gaining the respect that accompanies the All-Star tag - which hell wear next to his name for the duration of his career and beyond - was far more valuable than the 15 minutes he logged in the game. "It was a great experience, man," he said. "Just going out there and having fun with the leagues best, to be in that same category is great." It may have been his first appearance in the leagues midseason classic, but the Raptors leading scorer is determined not to make it his last. "[I have to] work harder than I did this previous summer to be a better player," said DeRozan, who is averaging a career-best 22.4 points this season. "I cant slow down. Now Im a target. Players are going to go at me and understand that Ive got the All-Star next to my name. Just continue working, dont be complacent with anything and keep pushing." Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving - a controversial selection when he was voted in as a starter by the fans last month - took home game MVP honours after scoring 31 points to go along with 14 assists. He was a perfect 11-for-11 from inside the three-point arch, many of those field goals were layups. "How Kyrie makes his layups is amazing," DeRozan said of his Eastern Conference teammate. "You cant deny [him] when he gets to the basket; you cant play him a certain way because he can finish with either hand, off either leg and hes so creative with it. It was cool to see him go out and play." Sunday was a night of broken records for both sides. Carmelo Anthony, who had 30 points for the East, connected on eight three pointers, most in an All-Star Game. Kevin Durant and Blake Griffin had 38 points apiece for the West, coming just shy of Wilt Chamberlains mark of 42. 10 of Griffins All-Star Game record 19 field goals were dunks. . The 40-year-old midfielder was put in charge on Tuesday when David Moyes reign ended after 10 months with the defending champions in seventh place in the English Premier League. . Consider it received. Attacking on offence early and often, the Penguins topped the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-1 on Saturday night as Jussi Jokinen scored the go-ahead goal in the third period to help give Pittsburgh a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference playoff series. . On Saturday, the paths of Drew Tate and Kevin Glenn cross again as opposing quarterbacks.( - The Buffalo Bills will return to the friendly confines of Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday when they welcome the upstart Cleveland Browns to town. The Bills, of course, had to move their Week 12 tilt against the New York Jets to Detroit because of heavy snow that hit the Buffalo area last week. When they take the field Sunday it will be just the Bills second game on their home turf in a span of 41 days. The best thing that I said -- and I told this to the players, and Ive been dying to say it: I just want to go home, Buffalo head coach Doug Marrone said. I just want to go home. Its been a long week. Ford Field, though, was very accommodating to the Bills on Monday, as Kyle Orton passed for 230 yards and two touchdowns to help Buffalo rout the Jets, 38-3. We wanted to give the people back in our region a chance to smile a little bit by the way we played, said Marrone. Boobie Dixon rushed for a touchdown and blocked a punt that was recovered in the end zone for another score, helping the Bills keep their playoff hopes alive. Buffalo held the hapless Jets to a season-low 218 total yards and increased its NFL-leading sack total to 46 with seven during its most-lopsided victory since a 38-0 rout of Indianapolis on Sept. 20, 1992. With six wins through 11 games the Bills have a winning record this late in a season for the first time since 2008 and only the third time since they last reached the postseason back in 1999. Still, they enter this tilt one game back of the Browns in the AFC playoff chase. Cleveland, meanwhile, has playoff aspirations of its own following its fourth win in five weeks. The Browns bounced back from a home loss in Houston in Week 11 to narrowly beat Atlanta this past Sunday, as Billy Cundiff kicked a 37- yard field goal as time expired to lift the Browns to a 26-24 win. Cundiffs winner came after the Falcons took the lead on Matt Bryants 53-yard field goal at the other end of the field. But Atlanta left 44 seconds on the clock -- Matt Ryan threw an incomplete pass on third down to stop it before Bryants kick -- and Cleveland had all three of its timeouts. Brian Hoyer, who threw interceptions on back-to-back possessions in the fourth quarter -- including one in the end zone -- completed four passes for 61 yards to set up Cundiffs winning kick. One of the passes was to Josh Gordon for 24 yards. Gordon returned from a 10- game suspension to make eight catches for a game-high 120 yards. Nobody was happier to have Gordon back than Hoyer, who leads the NFL with an average of 14.04 yards per completion this season. He is also tied for second in the league with 46 completions of 20-plus yards. This is as big a team win as we have had, said Browns coach Mike Pettine. There were times we tried to give this one away and fought back and made plays in the end. I told (our players) afterward I couldnt be more proud. Cleveland has won four of its last six matchups with the Bills, including a 37-24 triumph last season. However, the Browns lost the last time they played inn Buffalo, but have taken two of the last three there. This will be the seventh meeting in the last eight years between these teams. WHAT TO WATCH FOR Pettine is quite familiar with Buffalos personnel, having served as the Bills defensive coordinator last season. Pettine had a profound impact on the Buffalo defense in his lone season with the club and that has continued this year under Jim Schwartz. Buffalo sits fourth in the league in total defense, surrendering 312.2 yards per game. But, teams have been able to run on this Bills defense, especially lately. After allowing an NFL-low average of 2.79 yards per rush through their first six games, the Bills have surrendered a league-worst 5.25 per carry in their last five. That trend may continue against a very good rushing attack of the Browns that is spearheaded by a pair of rookies in Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West. Crowell leads all NFL rookies and stands third in the league with seven rushing touchdowns. He stands fourth among rookies with 336 rushing yards, while West is third with 470. Cleveland is coming off one of their better rushing performances of the season after rolling up 162 yards against Atlanta. Still, with Gordon back in the mix look for Hoyer to try and find him early and often. Hoyer, though, may have his work cut out for him against the leagues best pass rush. In fact, the Bills have averaged six sacks in their past three games and Hoyer has struggled under pressure, completing just 55.9- percent of his passes such situations. Both teams, though, will try to establish the run. Buffalo rediscovered their ground attack against a very good Jets defense, as it produced 116 yards and averaged four yards a carry against the league?s fourth-ranked run defense. Cleveland is ranked 29th against the run as their opponents choose to run against them more than any other defense in football (46.7-percent) when it comes to play selection. Both teams have defenses with a penchant for taking the ball away. Buffalo is tied for third in the league in takeaways (22) and Cleveland has 15 takeaways in their last six games, good for most in the league over that span. OVERALL ANALYSIS In all likelihood the loser of this game is probably out of the playoff race. Cleveland seems to be playing way above its heads and Hoyer has started to trend the other way, despite the team winning games. Having Gordon back in the mix should only help. We all know that the Bills get to the quarterback, but the Browns have done a good job of keeping Hoyer upright. Still he has struggled under pressure and how he handles the Bills front seven will ultimately decide this game. Buffalo, on the other hand, is not as good as it looked on Monday. The Bills will have a hard time not only containing Gordon, but may not be able to handle the Browns neophyte backfield. If they can get to Hoyer they will have a chance, but that may be a tall order against a very good Cleveland offensive line. Sports Network predicted outcome: Browns 24, Bills 10 Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' ' 
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