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07-13-2019, 01:33 PM,
Auburn Hills, MI (SportsNetwork. [url=]Hydro Flask Cz[/
Auburn Hills, MI (SportsNetwork. Hydro Flask Cz .com) - Toronto used a strong third quarter to overcome a slow start and beat Detroit, 110-100, Friday. Jonas Valanciunas led the Raptors with 17 points to go along with seven rebounds in their fifth straight win. Kyle Lowry and Lou Williams each netted 15 points, and James Johnson added 12 points and eight rebounds off the bench for Toronto, which did not lead at all in the first half. I give our bench a lot of credit, said Raptors coach Dwane Casey. They came in and did their job. In their third straight loss, the Pistons were led by Brandon Jennings 22 points and eight assists. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope chipped in 18 points on 4-of-6 shooting from 3-point range. Terrence Ross jumper to open the second half gave the Raptors their first lead of the game. Ross hit a floater a minute later and Amir Johnsons layup wrapped up a 12-0 Toronto run that started in the first half. A 6-0 Raptors burst later in the third gave them their first double digit lead of the game with 5 1/2 minutes to play in the quarter. That lead would remain in double digits for nearly the rest of the game. Valanciunas scored 11 of his 17 in the period to stake the visitors to a 81-70 lead through three. The Raptors extended their lead to as much as 22 on a Williams triple at the 6:28 mark, but the Pistons attempted to make the game interesting. With 3 1/2 minutes remaining, Detroit started a 12-1 run to cut its deficit to single digits. Caldwell-Pope and Jonas Jerebko each hit 3-pointers, and Jennings capped the run with four free throws. Another Caldwell-Pope 3 made it an eight-point game with 22 seconds left, but Williams hit a pair of free throws the next possession to seal it. Using seven blocks, three from Andre Drummond, the Pistons used defense to control the game early and lead 31-26 after one. The Pistons led by as many as 11 in the second period when Greg Monroes layup extended their advantage to 41-30, but the Raptors would score the last six points of the half to tie the game at 52-52. Game Notes Toronto has beaten Detroit four times in a row ... Detroit has lost 12 straight home games ... The Raptors are now 19-1 when leading after three quarters ... Drummond picked up a flagrant foul in the third quarter delivering an elbow to the chest of Johnson driving to the net ... The teams combined for 52 assists. Hydro Flask Lahev . Pierre last November, only to watch St. Pierre leave the UFC octagon with his welterweight title belt and a split-decision victory. Hydro Flask Lilac . The first baseman hit a two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning to lead the Mets to a thrilling come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. . And follow right through Wednesdays 3pm et trade deadline for all the updates. Blue line help for Red Wings? In addition to what he reported in Insider Trading, TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun wrote on ESPN.A mouth-watering 19 Sky Bet EFL matches - including 10 games in 10 days - will be screened live in December as part of a festive football feast on Sky Sports. The televised matches kick off with QPR hosting Wolves on Thursday, December 1 before Championship promotion favourites Newcastle make the trip to Nottingham Forest. The opening weekend of the festive calendar sees Leeds and Aston Villa go head-to-head in front of the cameras for their first meeting in almost 13 years. 10 in 10 live fixtures Fri Dec 9: Brighton v Leeds (7.45pm) Sat Dec 10: Preston v Blackburn (5.30pm) Sun Dec 11: Derby v N Forest (noon) Mon Dec 12: Bolton v Gillingham (7.45pm) Tues Dec 13: Norwich v A Villa (7.45pm) Wed Dec 14: Wigan v Newcastle (7.45pm) Thurs Dec 15: Coventry v Sheff Utd (7.45pm) Fri Dec 16: Norwich v Huddersfield (7.45pm) Sat Dec 17: Birmingham v Brighton (5.30pm) Sun Dec 18: QPR v A Villa (tbc - lunchtime) Sheffield Wednesday take a trip to north to Newcastle on Boxing Day evening with The Owls hoping to secure their first win at St James Park for 20 years. The last televised match of 2016 sees Brentford play host to Norwich at 5.30pm on New Years Eve.  Sheffield Wednesday are in Boxing Day action live on Sky December 2016 also heralds the return of the successful 10 in 10 which sees back-to-back Sky Bet EFL matches screened exclusively live.The action starts at Brightons Amex Stadium on December 9 and the Sky cameras will then travel almost 1,500 miles over a 10-day period before ending up QPR v Aston Villa on December 18.Highlights of this seasons 10 in 10 include high-flying Huddersfields visit to Norwich and the East Midlands derby between Derby and Nottingham Forest. Aston Villa take on Leeds in the sides first meeting in 13 years and also face QPR, live on Sky Sky Bet League One clubs are also represented with Bolton v Gillingham on Monday, December 12 before Coventry v Sheffield United tussle 72 hours later on Thursday, December 15. Hydro Flask Termoska. Last seasons December fixtures attracted a record-breaking 1.8m fans through the turnstiles and the EFLs 72 clubs will looking to break that figure in 2016.Shaun Harvey, EFL CEO said: League football has long been a much loved staple of the festive period and were confident that Decembers TV selections will once again provide a unique platform for friends and families up and down the country to get together and watch their favourite EFL team.We are also delighted to welcome back 10 in 10.  Its a campaign that in its debut season proved to be hugely successful and once again it gives us a real opportunity to focus on showcasing the very best of what the EFL has to offer. Billy Sharp and his Sheffield United team-mates go to Coventry as part of 10 in 10 (Pic Simon Bellis/Sportimage.) Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said: Were very excited to offer fans 19 live matches from the English Football League in December, including 10 in 10, which was a great success last season. The festive period can be one of the most pivotal in the season and our customers can see it all unfold live on Sky Sports.December/January EFL fixtures live on Sky SportsThurs Dec 1: QPR v Wolves (7.45pm)Fri Dec 2: Nottingham Forest v Newcastle (7.45pm)Sat Dec 3: Leeds v Aston Villa (5.30pm) Fri Dec 9: Brighton v Leeds (7.45pm)Sat Dec 10: Preston v Blackburn (5.30pm)Sun Dec 11: Derby v Nottingham Forest (12.00pm)Mon Dec 12: Bolton v Gillingham (7:45pm)Tues Dec 13: Norwich v Aston Villa (7:45pm)Wed Dec 14: Wigan v Newcastle (7:45pm)Thurs Dec 15: Coventry v Sheffield United (7:45pm)Fri Dec 16: Norwich v Huddersfield (7:45pm)Sat Dec 17: Birmingham v Brighton (5.30pm)Sun Dec 18: QPR v Aston Villa (TBC  - lunchtime)Mon Dec 26: Newcastle v Sheffield Wednesday (7.45pm)Tues Dec 27: Brighton v QPR (12.30pm)Tues Dec 27: Derby v Birmingham (3.00pm)Thurs Dec 29: Aston Villa v Leeds (7:45pm)Sat Dec 31: Brentford v Norwich (5:30pm)Mon Jan 2: Blackburn v Newcastle (3.00pm)  Also See: Championship highlights League One highlights League Two highlights Super 6 Cheap Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Cheap NBA Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys Wholesale MLB Jerseys Cheap Soccer Jerseys China Wholesale NCAA Jerseys Wholesale Football Jerseys Wholesale Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys ' ' '

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