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Warriors Center Andrew Bogut to Miss Remainder of NBA FinalsWarriors Center Andrew Bogut to Miss Remainder of NBA Finals

first_img Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games. NBA.com reports that Andrew Bogut will miss the remainder of the 2016 NBA Finals, but will not need surgery in the offseason.Bogut sprained his left knee in Game 5 in Oakland and is expected to be sidelined from basketball activities for six to eight weeks.The Australian center traveled with the team to Cleveland to watch Game 6, where his team hopes to be celebrating their second-straight title. Bogut played 60 minutes in the five games of the series, starting each game. The absence of Bogut means the Warriors could use more of a “small ball” lineup with Andre Iguodala and Harrison Barnes on the floor at the same time to start the game.It also means guys like Anderson Varejao, James Michael McAdoo, and Festus Ezeli could see more playing time.Bogut’s absence for much of Game 5 was noticeable in the final three quarters of Game 5, as LeBron James and Tristan Thompson each grabbed 12 rebounds in the final 36 minutes of action. We’ll keep you updated on Warriors lineup changes if head coach Steve Kerr announces his plans prior to Game 6. Matt Medleycenter_img Related TopicsAndrew Bogutlast_img read more

Argos to be Honored in CooperstownArgos to be Honored in Cooperstown

first_img Argonauts to be honored in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Argos to be Honored in Cooperstown Sharecenter_img  PENSACOLA, Fla. – The 2011 National Championship West Florida baseball team will be honored in Cooperstown, N.Y. at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. The Argos will sit in the Hall of Fame Amateur Display through early 2013. The Hall of Fame maintains an Amateur Baseball display that is updated annually to reflect the winners in 13 different amateur categories, from Little League to college. The Hall of Fame plans to start displaying the 2011 winners shortly, and they will remain on exhibit until early 2013. Baseball fans all over America will be able to view the Argonauts impressive accomplishment.The 2011 UWF baseball team posted a 52-9 overall record and grabbed the programs first National Championship. West Florida also captured their first South Region Championship and were crowned Gulf South Conference East Division champs. The Argos rewrote the record books setting new highs offensively in wins (52-9), at bats (1,957), runs (449), hits (638), RBIs (411) and walks (267). On the mound UWF set new highs in wins (52-9) and strikeouts (493).The West Florida baseball team will be in action this weekend March 31 against GSC foe Delta State at Jim Spooner Field. First pitch is scheduled for 2 p.m. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Argonauts Drop A Pair To Nationally-Ranked Foes on Opening Day of Premier ChallengeArgonauts Drop A Pair To Nationally-Ranked Foes on Opening Day of Premier Challenge

first_imgMatch 1: 3-2 loss to No. 18 Colorado Mines UWF (2-4) opened Pool 1 play with a 3-2 setback against No. 18 Colorado School of Mines before dropping a 3-0 decision to No. 5 Southwest Minnesota State in the nightcap. Match 2: 3-0 loss to No. 5 Southwest Minnesota State The Argos jumped out to big leads early, eventually claiming a 2-0 set advantage with 25-15 and 25-23 victories. But the Orediggers fought back, tying the match at 2-2 with 25-23 and 25-19 outcomes. In the fifth set, the Argos dropped the first four points before climbing back to within one, at 9-8. Mines then claimed six of the final seven points, including four kills and a service ace for the 15-9 win. Kathryn Torre led the team with 16 kills and a .375 hitting pct., while Holly Matmuller and Monique StCyr each had double-doubles for UWF. Box Score 1 | Box Score 2 DENVER – The UWF women’s volleyball team suffered a pair of losses on the first day of competition at the Colorado Premier Challenge Friday. UWF outhit Mines .218 to .214 overall.center_img The Argos will face Metro State (4-2) on Saturday in the semifinals of medal play. SMSU came out on fire in the opening set, hitting .542 en route to a 25-8 win. The Argos struggled to find their offense in the match, committing 28 attack errors with just 22 kills. The Mustangs hit .367 compared to -0.71 for the Argos. Cora Bidlack and Katy Kuhlmeier led UWF with four kills each. Tori Martella had 15 digs.  Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more