“Once we saw a few go in, we just wanted to keep going, see how many we could hit,” Will Barton said after the Nuggets tied an NBA record with 24 3-pointers while shocking the Warriors 132-110 on Monday night.
“I didn’t expect this this morning,” said the 23-year-old Aerni, who has had five winless seasons of World Cup racing. “Of course, if I start 31 (in slalom) I have no chance.”
“I feel bad having to release this information about my health in this manner prior to sharing it in person with so many personal friends, distant family, players and their families, past and present, and many of the Kansas State football family so close to our program,” he said. “But with so much talk presently out there, I certainly owe it to everyone to make them aware of my condition.”
Drake is led by senior Lizzy Wendell, who has scored in double figures in 102 consecutive games. That’s the longest streak in conference history, surpassing Jackie Stiles mark of 92 when she starred at Missouri State. Wendell’s streak is up there in the college record book, too, though still short of Jantel Lavender’s record 136 set from 2008-11 when she played at Ohio State.
“I made sure they loved me, the other ones,” Rivers said. “I knew my guys liked me. That was not my concern.”
“We’ve had to come out of a hole and we’re not really quite out of there,” Islanders captain John Tavares said. “We’re still battling hard and we’ve still got a lot of work ahead of us. … Guys are finding their rhythm and their roles and we’re feeding off one another.”
“We could have went in a completely different direction, and that might have been a little disappointing for me,” reliever Adam Ottavino said. “I’ve been here a while and I really want to win as soon as possible. The fact we’re taking steps toward that end, it’s that much more exciting.”
“My doctors have advised me not to play the next two weeks to continue my treatment and to let my back calm down,” Woods said. “This is not what I was hoping for or expecting.”