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02/09/2016 09:27 PM
Report: Evan Gattis to miss 4-6 weeks after hernia surgery

(AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)The Houston Astros will be without one of their sluggers during spring training. Designated hitter Evan Gattis underwent hernia surgery, and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, according to Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle. 

While the report says the injury is not severe, it's less than encouraging news for the Astros. Depending on how long his recovery takes, it's possible opening day could be in jeopardy. Gattis would likely need to receive some reps before he's fully activated, so if he remains out deep into spring training, there's a chance those reps could impact the regular season. Even if that's the case, it doesn't appear Gattis will miss much time once actual games start.

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Provided Gattis is able to return by the start of the regular season, or shortly after it begins, there may actually be somewhat of a silver lining with the injury. If anything, Gattis being sidelined in the spring allows the team to take a closer look at both Jonathan Singelton and A.J. Reed in March. 

The 24-year-old Singleton is a former top prospect first baseman who has been awful in each of his brief major-league stints. Over 420 career plate appearances in the majors, he has a .171/.290/.331 slash line in the majors. Because of his struggles, Singleton likely would have been one of the most important players to watch this spring. If he performs well in March, he might open the season as a starter. If he performs poorly, he could find himself back in the minors.

Reed might make that point moot anyway. The 22-year-old first baseman exploded in the minors last season, hitting .340/.432/.612 over two levels. He has just over 200 plate appearances in Double-A, however, so forecasting him as the starter when the 2016 regular season begins might be aggressive. Still, Gattis' injury gives the Astros plenty of chances to see if Reed can hack it against major-league caliber pitchers this March. It may not accelerate his time table, but those at-bats could prove to be useful to his development. 

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Injuries that prevent players from participating in spring training are always discouraging, but this one seems relatively mild. Gattis' injury will allow the club to take a closer look at some of their youngsters. On top of that, he should be back by the time the games count. 

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02/09/2016 03:16 PM
Falcons' owner Arthur Blank reveals he has prostate cancer

 (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank revealed on Tuesday that he is being treated for prostate cancer.

“In December I was diagnosed with a treatable form of prostate cancer,” Blank said in a statement. “Over the last several weeks [fiancee] Angie [Macuga] and I have visited a number of expert doctors and hospitals across the country to identify the best treatment options for me.

“I have chosen an aggressive approach that will include surgery and the overall prognosis is good. I’m looking forward to getting this behind me and continuing a very active lifestyle, my upcoming wedding, as well as continued active involvement in our businesses and philanthropic efforts for years to come.”

Blank, 73, and Macuga are scheduled to be married in June, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. A co-founder of Home Depot, Blank purchased the Falcons in 2002; under his stewardship, the team has been to the postseason six times, advancing to the NFC championship in 2004 and 2012. Blank has also founded the MLS expansion team, Atlanta United FC, which will begin play next year.

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The Falcons are set to move into a new home, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, for the 2017 season, and Blank would like to see the facility host the Super Bowl a couple of years after it opens. That is likely, given the trend of teams being rewarded with the Super Bowl for building new stadiums.

 

 

 

 

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02/10/2016 12:01 AM
Knicks start slow, come up short at buzzer to Wiz in Rambis' debut

With Kurt Rambis now coaching, but the Knicks looked awful similar on Tuesday. (Al Bello/Getty Images)After firing Derek Fisher and elevating associate head coach Kurt Rambis to the head of the New York Knicks bench, Phil Jackson said he made the change to try to shake the sinking Knicks, losers of nine of their last 10, into better starts, a stronger defensive disposition, and better finishes to games. Rambis didn't get much of the first two for most of the night, but he nearly got the third ... only to come up just short.

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After a pair of free throws by All-Star point guard John Wall gave the Washington Wizards a 111-108 lead with 4.3 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, the Knicks had no timeouts and one last chance to extend the game. Needing to go the length of the floor and find a 3, the Knicks exploited a Washington miscue — after Wizards forward Otto Porter failed to foul New York point guard Jose Calderon, Wall stepped up to do the job, leaving Knicks guard Langston Galloway wiiiiiide open on the right wing. Galloway, a 37.5 percent 3-point shooter on the season, rose up ...

... and was just short on his try, catching the front of the rim and not getting the friendly bounce on the carom, locking in a Wizards win. The Knicks dropped their sixth straight game and 10th in 11 tries, as Rambis fell to 0-1 as New York's interim head coach.

While the Knicks deserve credit for erasing an early 16-point deficit and climbing out of a 10-point hole in the final two minutes to have a chance to knot it at the horn, the first game of the Rambis era bore a striking resemblance to the last contests of Fisher's days.

New York once again came out sluggish and flat, seeming to move at half-speed through their offensive actions while also failing to get back in transition, leading to easy layups and uncontested 3-pointers for a Wizards club that shot 65 percent from the field en route to a 35-21 lead after 12 minutes. The Knicks got on track offensively in the second quarter, with Anthony — who played the first 16 minutes of the game, despite recently dealing with soreness in his surgically repaired left knee — and shooting guard Arron Afflalo leading the charge, but continued to struggle containing Washington on the other end, as the Wiz kept shooting the lights out from long distance (10-for-12 from 3 in the first half) with Wall repeatedly generating just about whatever shot he wanted out of the pick-and-roll.

That was a persistent problem for the Knicks all night long. Wall, it turns out, is really, really good, and a Knicks backcourt that has struggled all season — and, really, for several seasons — to credibly defend opposing guards had little success deterring him, as he rolled up 28 points and 17 assists, with 10 directly leading to 3-pointers, to go with five rebounds, one steal and only one turnover in 43 brilliant minutes:

Even with Wall and shooting guard Bradley Beal (26 points on 8-for-14 shooting, four steals) scorching the Nets, New York was able to crawl back into the game. The Knicks outscored the Wiz 33-20 after intermission, thanks in part to a renewed focus on the importance of getting back in transition — Rambis credited a halftime video session for getting the players on point; Sasha Vujacic called the Knicks' first-half transition D "embarrassing". In another holdover from Fisher's days, the Knicks again seemed to shift toward a more pick-and-roll-heavy offensive attack as the game progressed and tended to find cleaner and higher-value looks, which helped lead to 14 third-quarter points from the previously quiet Kristaps Porzingis, who started punishing the shorter Jared Dudley (who'd worked the rookie over in the early going) and the slower Marcin Gortat whenever his teammates would find him on a mismatch.

Down the stretch, though, it was Washington's All-Star point man who carried the day. Wall made or assisted on all of the Wizards' last five baskets, including this stepback killer over the outstretched arm of Porzingis:

... and made all four of his free throws in the final seven seconds, helping keep the Wizards up and making sure the Knicks needed a late-game prayer. Galloway, who'd mixed the good (14 points, five rebounds, five assists and two steals off the bench, a huge tough 3 to get New York within one with eight seconds left) with the bad (a costly turnover that scuttled a fast break just six seconds earlier) got one last great and clean look, but just couldn't convert, sending the Knicks to yet another loss, dropping them to 23-32 on the season.

During an in-game interview with MSG Network's Al Trautwig, Jackson said he didn't expect the Knicks to look drastically different under Rambis on Tuesday than they did under Fisher on Sunday; change takes time, the Zen Master said. But with a stated goal of making a playoff push, five games now separating New York from the eighth-seeded Detroit Pistons and only 27 games remaining, time isn't on the Knicks' side, and while it's tough to take too much from one game, Tuesday's performance sure made it seem like the slow starts, spotty defense and scattershot finishes didn't leave town when Fisher did.

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02/09/2016 11:17 PM
Joel Quenneville walks out of press conference, fuming from coach's challenge (Video)

Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville abruptly ended his press conference Tuesday evening after the Blackhawks lost 2-0 to the San Jose Sharks. 

The reason had to do with an overturned goal by the Blackhawks at 17:23 of the first period.

The Sharks challenged the score by Brandon Mashinter, saying Dennis Rasmussen interfered with netminder Martin Jones. It was deemed he did. Quenneville seemed so upset in his postgame news conference that he walked out after a few brief comments. The Sharks led 1-0 until the last two minutes when Joe Thornton scored an empty netter.  

Above is the video of Quenneville, who seemed to be quite calm on the exterior after the first question before walking out. 

“It’s gotten to a different level — I don’t know the rules anymore, or something’s changed,” Quenneville said. “I played a lot of hockey. I don’t know. I think everybody has an interpretation, what’s a good goal and what’s a bad goal. But I can’t believe it.”

The league saw it the play differently.

After reviewing all available replays and consulting with NHL Hockey Operations staff, the Referee determined that Chicago's Dennis Rasmussen interfered with Jones before the puck crossed the goal line. According to Rule 78.7, "The standard for overturning the call in the event of a 'GOAL' call on the ice is that the Referee, after reviewing any and all available replays and consulting with the Toronto Video Room, determines that the goal should have been disallowed due to 'Interference on the Goalkeeper,' as described in Rules 69.1 and 69.3."

The Chicago Sun-Times pointed out that this was the third Chicago goal that was overturned in less than a month. Here is Quenneville going 'bananas' after a goal was disallowed against the Arizona Coyotes last week.

CSN Chicago noted the last time Quenneville was this visibly upset by a referees call was in 2011 after Raffi Torres hit Marian Hossa, which led to a big suspension for Torres.

“The league wants to get more goals, but it seems like the rule is doing a good job of taking good goals away,” Hossa told reporters. “Last year, definitely, that would be a goal. No questions asked.”

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02/10/2016 12:01 AM
Knicks start slow, come up short at buzzer to Wiz in Rambis' debut

With Kurt Rambis now coaching, but the Knicks looked awful similar on Tuesday. (Al Bello/Getty Images)After firing Derek Fisher and elevating associate head coach Kurt Rambis to the head of the New York Knicks bench, Phil Jackson said he made the change to try to shake the sinking Knicks, losers of nine of their last 10, into better starts, a stronger defensive disposition, and better finishes to games. Rambis didn't get much of the first two for most of the night, but he nearly got the third ... only to come up just short.

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After a pair of free throws by All-Star point guard John Wall gave the Washington Wizards a 111-108 lead with 4.3 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, the Knicks had no timeouts and one last chance to extend the game. Needing to go the length of the floor and find a 3, the Knicks exploited a Washington miscue — after Wizards forward Otto Porter failed to foul New York point guard Jose Calderon, Wall stepped up to do the job, leaving Knicks guard Langston Galloway wiiiiiide open on the right wing. Galloway, a 37.5 percent 3-point shooter on the season, rose up ...

... and was just short on his try, catching the front of the rim and not getting the friendly bounce on the carom, locking in a Wizards win. The Knicks dropped their sixth straight game and 10th in 11 tries, as Rambis fell to 0-1 as New York's interim head coach.

While the Knicks deserve credit for erasing an early 16-point deficit and climbing out of a 10-point hole in the final two minutes to have a chance to knot it at the horn, the first game of the Rambis era bore a striking resemblance to the last contests of Fisher's days.

New York once again came out sluggish and flat, seeming to move at half-speed through their offensive actions while also failing to get back in transition, leading to easy layups and uncontested 3-pointers for a Wizards club that shot 65 percent from the field en route to a 35-21 lead after 12 minutes. The Knicks got on track offensively in the second quarter, with Anthony — who played the first 16 minutes of the game, despite recently dealing with soreness in his surgically repaired left knee — and shooting guard Arron Afflalo leading the charge, but continued to struggle containing Washington on the other end, as the Wiz kept shooting the lights out from long distance (10-for-12 from 3 in the first half) with Wall repeatedly generating just about whatever shot he wanted out of the pick-and-roll.

That was a persistent problem for the Knicks all night long. Wall, it turns out, is really, really good, and a Knicks backcourt that has struggled all season — and, really, for several seasons — to credibly defend opposing guards had little success deterring him, as he rolled up 28 points and 17 assists, with 10 directly leading to 3-pointers, to go with five rebounds, one steal and only one turnover in 43 brilliant minutes:

Even with Wall and shooting guard Bradley Beal (26 points on 8-for-14 shooting, four steals) scorching the Nets, New York was able to crawl back into the game. The Knicks outscored the Wiz 33-20 after intermission, thanks in part to a renewed focus on the importance of getting back in transition — Rambis credited a halftime video session for getting the players on point; Sasha Vujacic called the Knicks' first-half transition D "embarrassing". In another holdover from Fisher's days, the Knicks again seemed to shift toward a more pick-and-roll-heavy offensive attack as the game progressed and tended to find cleaner and higher-value looks, which helped lead to 14 third-quarter points from the previously quiet Kristaps Porzingis, who started punishing the shorter Jared Dudley (who'd worked the rookie over in the early going) and the slower Marcin Gortat whenever his teammates would find him on a mismatch.

Down the stretch, though, it was Washington's All-Star point man who carried the day. Wall made or assisted on all of the Wizards' last five baskets, including this stepback killer over the outstretched arm of Porzingis:

... and made all four of his free throws in the final seven seconds, helping keep the Wizards up and making sure the Knicks needed a late-game prayer. Galloway, who'd mixed the good (14 points, five rebounds, five assists and two steals off the bench, a huge tough 3 to get New York within one with eight seconds left) with the bad (a costly turnover that scuttled a fast break just six seconds earlier) got one last great and clean look, but just couldn't convert, sending the Knicks to yet another loss, dropping them to 23-32 on the season.

During an in-game interview with MSG Network's Al Trautwig, Jackson said he didn't expect the Knicks to look drastically different under Rambis on Tuesday than they did under Fisher on Sunday; change takes time, the Zen Master said. But with a stated goal of making a playoff push, five games now separating New York from the eighth-seeded Detroit Pistons and only 27 games remaining, time isn't on the Knicks' side, and while it's tough to take too much from one game, Tuesday's performance sure made it seem like the slow starts, spotty defense and scattershot finishes didn't leave town when Fisher did.

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