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Improved Cleveland Browns nonetheless have a penalty drawback: Crowquill

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Browns misplaced to the Buffalo Payments Friday evening, 19-17, however they received the operating sport going, pri...

 

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns misplaced to the Buffalo Payments Friday evening, 19-17, however they received the operating sport going, principally profitable the battle between every group’s first string.

Neither Tyrod Taylor nor Baker Mayfield had an amazing evening passing, however they did not flip the ball over and every QB managed a landing drive.

One trigger for concern that stirs up some dangerous reminiscences from final yr is the Browns’ propensity for drive-killing penalties this yr. Final week, that they had 13 penalties for 141 yards towards the New York Giants, and this week that they had 7 for 70 yards together with three offensive interference penalties.

Whereas Cleveland had fewer penalties this week than final, there may be nonetheless loads of room for enchancment.

Crowquill, by Plain Supplier artist Ted Crow, seems 3 times per week in The Plain Supplier and on cleveland.com.

Bucks finish Spurs’ streak, present why they may very well be an issue in Jap Convention playoffs

 

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks’ first possession on Sunday afternoon began, as so lots of their possessions do, with Giannis Antetokounmpo bringing the ball up the ground. Half-a-dozen passes later, and after a number of touches in and across the paint, it completed with a wide-open Three-point try by Khris Middleton. He missed the shot, however the course of was extra necessary than the outcome, and proved to be a powerful omen for the Bucks.

A number of hours later, they’d secured one in every of their most spectacular victories of the season, a 106-103 conquer the visiting San Antonio Spurs. “San Antonio is a very good group,” Antetokounmpo, who returned from a one-game absence attributable to a sprained ankle, stated after the win. “They’ve been enjoying actually good recently. I believe we did an amazing job setting the tone, popping out enjoying arduous defensively and working. We have been working all evening they usually needed to modify to that.”

The victory ended the Spurs’ six-game successful streak, and likewise moved the Bucks into seventh place within the Jap Convention at 39-34, half a recreation forward of the Miami Warmth. (The Warmth do personal the tiebreaker.) Most significantly, although, it was a efficiency that confirmed simply why so many individuals imagine the Bucks could be harmful within the postseason.

Everybody is aware of about all the expertise on the roster. Alongside Giannis, they’ve Middleton, Eric Bledsoe and Jabari Parker, who collectively make up a powerful supporting forged. And that quartet had it occurring Sunday, combining for 75 factors. Bledsoe, specifically, was spectacular, ending with 23 factors on 9 of 15 taking pictures, 5 assists and three rebounds. And the Bucks are a a lot better group when he is attacking — moving into the paint both for himself or to create open pictures for others — as a substitute of settling for jumpers. 

However the best way the Bucks play is extra necessary than merely having the expertise, they usually have been enjoying precisely the suitable manner on Sunday.

They have been attacking proper from the opening tip, enjoying downhill, getting the ball into the paint, and sharing it with out hesitation. Of their 42 made discipline targets, 27 have been assisted. It was the 22nd time the Bucks have recorded 27 or extra assists in a recreation this season; they’re 15-7 after they attain that quantity, and 24-27 after they do not.

“They have been very lively, and [coach] Joe [Prunty] has them shifting the ball, rebounding and doing a great job,” Gregg Popovich stated following his group’s loss.

On the opposite finish of the ground, the Bucks succeeded in holding the Spurs from getting going from the Three-point line, holding them to only Four-for-17 from downtown. Admittedly, the Spurs are one of many poorer Three-point taking pictures groups within the league, they usually missed just a few open appears, however it was as soon as once more a great signal for the Bucks. Together with the Spurs’ 23.5 % efficiency, Milwaukee is now 16-Zero this season when holding groups under 30 % from Three.

“That is what we wished to do,” John Henson stated with reference to defending the Three-point line. “In the event that they saved taking robust 2s and fadeaways, we would be alright, so long as we do not quit 3s. We gave them a pair essential ones on the finish, however general we caught it out. The Spurs are a great group, in order that’s a great win.”

It was certainly a great win, and the kind of efficiency that makes you at the very least perceive the place folks equivalent to Charles Barkley are coming from after they decide the Bucks as a dark-horse contender within the East. As esteemed Bucks author Eric Nehm tweeted on Twitter, “When nationwide people say, ‘No one desires to see the Bucks within the first spherical,’ ” that is the Bucks group they assume they’re speaking about.

The following step for Milwaukee, and one they’ve had hassle with all season lengthy, is enjoying like this constantly — each from quarter to quarter, and recreation to recreation. “For this reason you present movie,” Prunty stated after his group’s victory, with reference to how enjoying an entire recreation might assist the Bucks shifting ahead.

“We have executed it earlier than. This is not the primary recreation. It is clearly the latest. … So now, with a recreation like this the place we do play very properly and have a number of folks contribute, there’s a variety of issues to construct on.”

Ohio State basketball: 15 ideas on Buckeyes’ Penn State downside, a stunning blowout loss

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State basketball misplaced, 79-56 on Thursday at Penn State. It was the No. eight Buckeyes’ second loss in Large Ten play, with each coming by the hands of the Nittany Lions.

Listed below are 15 ideas on the loss, and what it means for OSU shifting ahead.

1. This was all the time going to be a troublesome end to the schedule, as a result of Penn State and Michigan are matchup issues for the Buckeyes. That is not from me, that is from coach Chris Holtmann, and he is had his finger just about throughout something his group might probably encounter this yr. He warned us.

2. Penn State is an issue. We noticed that final time the groups performed, the Buckeyes simply had a robust late rally from 13 factors all the way down to tie it after which misplaced on a buzzer-beater. You noticed a extra emphatic show of the issues that make the Lions problematic on Thursday. It is largely that the Buckeyes haven’t got nice dimension at guard, Penn State does, and the Buckeyes wrestle with lengthy, bodily groups.

Three. Additionally, Penn State is now No. 28 in KenPom, No. 14 within the nation in defensive effectivity. This can be a group that when full and never discovering methods to shoot itself within the foot, is admittedly good. There is a cause Penn State was favored going into Thursday’s recreation. Do not let that get misplaced in all of this.

Four. None of which means the Buckeyes ought to brush off shedding by 23. Matchups are vital. Ohio State additionally acquired outworked persistently for what felt like the primary time shortly, definitely the primary time in Large Ten play.

5. Ohio State has achieved a lot to indicate it is nothing like groups of the previous two years — with a robust resolve, clutch performs and talent to return again regardless of the deficit. There wasn’t a 30-point comeback on Thursday; that is a uncommon factor anyway. However the group — a minimum of for one night time — reverted again to that unit that will get hit early and wilts. That is a bit troublesome. 

6. Holtmann mentioned this on Wednesday:

“At this level as a coach, what you are most involved about is what is the spirit of your group and the way are you enjoying proper now. You clearly wish to win each recreation, however you are most involved with the way you’re enjoying.”

That was in response to dealing with a schedule that has three of the ultimate 4 video games on the street, and begins at Penn State, at Michigan. That is a good level. Groups lose, and obsessing over what the end result is likely to be is the incorrect strategy to go about it. However even by this measure, Ohio State got here up quick. The spirit wasn’t nice — once more uncommon, for this group. The Buckeyes have been out of the sport early.

7. I believed it was fascinating that the lineup in the previous few minutes was Andrew Dakich, Kam Williams, Andre Wesson, Kyle Younger and Micah Potter. That is uncommon, even with Penn State’s lead hovering round 20. Then Holtmann pulled Keita Bates-Diop early for a spell within the second half, and put Younger within the recreation. Younger performed 10 minutes, abnormally excessive for him.

I am undecided if Holtmann was making an attempt to ship a message to his starters late within the first half, or if Bates-Diop was bothered by one thing. He did at one level look to be favoring the left hand/wrist he is had taped for many of the season. However that was an fascinating sub sample.

eight. Anytime Bates-Diop is Four-for-11 from the ground with 5 rebounds, two assists and two turnovers, it is bother. However he is had different decrease scoring video games that ended as wins for 2 causes: Another person picked up the scoring load, and Bates-Diop discovered different methods to influence the sport. Neither occurred on Thursday.

9. One good factor is that the ankle damage suffered by Kaleb Wesson early within the first half solely knocked him out of the sport for a couple of minutes. It appeared a bit nasty, and he had a tough time standing up at first, however he got here again and performed 17 minutes with seven factors and 5 rebounds.

10. I believed preserving Andre Wesson within the beginning lineup, even with Kam Williams coming back from suspension, was the correct transfer. Wesson, although, didn’t have his greatest recreation with two turnovers and one subject purpose. He acquired out of place on protection guarding Tony Carr to begin the sport. Carr scored 30 factors. That is not all on Wesson.

I appreciated not rocking the boat, and like having the extra defensive-minded Wesson beginning video games if he is usually a little extra engaged than he was on Thursday. Williams is simply not a defender, and was not very energetic on both finish towards Penn State. He was 1-for-Three from the ground in 16 minutes. Nonetheless assume he is greatest fitted to a sixth-man scorer function.

11. If something, this loss was a reminder how skinny Ohio State’s margin for error is. That is to not rag on the gamers, who collectively have put collectively some unimaginable efforts. You do not beat Purdue with out profession video games from Andre Wesson and Musa Jallow. Everybody’s had a job. However in the event you take an goal take a look at the league’s expertise degree, Ohio State is much from No. 1, even when it was main the league standings. The Buckeyes acquired by regardless of that due to their contentedness and poise on each ends of the ground. That was clearly missing on Thursday.

12. I do not assume that is the beginning of a troubling pattern. This group has earned extra good thing about the doubt than that. Although I did assume shedding in such lopsided style was behind them. There are simply groups which are dangerous matchups, and Penn State might be among the many worst. Michigan on Sunday shall be too, and perhaps that is a loss as properly. I am extra within the factor Holtmann talked about. The method issues.

13. So far as the Large Ten race goes, Ohio State (22-6, 13-2) is now tied with Michigan State (25-Three, 13-2) atop the league. Purdue misplaced to Wisconsin on Thursday to stay a recreation behind. The Buckeyes’ head-to-head win over the Spartans solely issues for seeding functions within the Large Ten Event. A tie would imply co-champions it doesn’t matter what.

14. I imagine Ohio State has already clinched a double-bye for the Large Ten Event. I initially mentioned the Buckeyes needed to win yet one more recreation to lock that up. However worst case state of affairs is ending with 5 convention losses and tying with Michigan for the fourth spot. Ohio State’s schedule would assist there, as a result of the tiebreaker is file towards the first-place group and on down till you possibly can break the tie. The one groups that may end 1-2-Three on this state of affairs are Michigan State, Purdue and Nebraska — Ohio State beat all of them, and Michigan did not.

15. By itself, shedding to Penn State should have no type of drastic impact on Ohio State’s NCAA Event seeding. A win would’ve been good, as a result of Penn State (No. 72 in RPI as I write this) is hovering across the No. 75 cut-off that makes this a “Quadrant 1” recreation within the eyes of the NCAA Event choice committee.

Quadrant 1 wins enable you to increase your resume, however losses aren’t a killer. The Buckeyes entered the night time on the four-seed line. That ought to stay regular contingent on what occurs Sunday at Michigan.