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Doncic returns, Mavericks beat Clippers in OT to snap skid
1 of 8 Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic (77) gets past Los Angeles Clippers guard Eric Bledsoe (12) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, in Los Angeles. John McCoy/AP Show More Show Less
2 of 8 Los Angeles Clippers guard Terance Mann (14) looks down at Dallas Mavericks center Dwight Powell (7), Jalen Brunson (13) and Dorian Finney-Smith (10) after a dunk during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, in Los Angeles. John McCoy/AP Show More Show Less
4 of 8 Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic (77) moves toward the basket as Los Angeles Clippers guard Terance Mann (14) defends during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, in Los Angeles. John McCoy/AP Show More Show Less
5 of 8 Dallas Mavericks center Willie Cauley-Stein (33) blocks a shot by Los Angeles Clippers guard Amir Coffey (7) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, in Los Angeles. John McCoy/AP Show More Show Less
7 of 8 Los Angeles Clippers guard Paul George (13) shoots as Dallas Mavericks forward Tim Hardaway Jr. (11) suggests to referee Natalie Sago (9) that the shot should not count, in the second half in an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, in Los Angeles. John McCoy/AP Show More Show Less
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It would have been understandable if the Dallas Mavericks folded in overtime against the Los Angeles Clippers after blowing a 10-point lead.
Kristaps Porzingis and Luka Dončić weren’t about to let that happen, though, and they dominated the final five minutes.
Porzingis scored 30 points, including six in overtime, and Dončić had 26 in his return to the lineup as the Mavericks defeated the Clippers 112-104 on Tuesday night.
“For a second you are disappointed because we should have finished them off (in regulation), but I think we are growing mentally as a team,” said Porzingis, who has scored 20 or more points in a career-high seven straight games. “We realized it was five more minutes and we went out there and proved we are the superior team.”
The Mavericks were up 102-92 late in the fourth quarter before the Clippers scored 11 of the final 12 points to force overtime, including a 3-pointer by Paul George at the buzzer.
“That second felt like it was forever. Guess I just got free and let it fly,” George said.
Dallas, though, put up the first seven points of overtime and outscored Los Angeles 9-1 to snap a three-game skid that included a six-point loss to the Clippers on Sunday.
Dončić, who missed the past three games due to left knee and ankle sprains, also had nine rebounds and nine assists in 41 minutes.
Dallas trailed by six at halftime but scored 38 points in the third quarter to grab an 80-76 advantage going into the final 12 minutes. Dončić had 15 points in the period and four assists that resulted in 10 additional Mavericks points.
“Overtime in the first game back? That’s tough. But we got the win and I am happy,” Dončić said.
Dallas coach Jason Kidd was happy with the way his two stars played, especially Porzingis, who made all 10 of his free throws in 40 minutes of action.
“He’s playing at a very high level. He didn’t force anything. Sometimes when a star player comes back others might change their game but he didn’t,” Kidd said. “Luca’s prep work the past two days was at a high level. He has a great feel and there’s a big trust that the other guys were going to make plays.”
Reggie Jackson led the Clippers with 31 points, his most in 2 1/2 seasons with the team. George scored 26.
Jackson hit a 3-pointer with 4.2 seconds remaining to get LA within 102-100. George then fouled Maxi Kleber with 1.9 seconds remaining. Kleber made his first free throw, but missed the second. George grabbed the rebound and called a timeout with 1.1 seconds remaining.
After the Clippers moved the ball to midcourt, Terance Mann passed to George, who hit a 3-pointer from the right corner to send it to overtime.
“We wanted a catch-and-shoot. Terance made a good pass and he made a big shot for us,” Clippers coach Tyronn Lue said.
The teams were facing each other for the second time in three days and things got chippy at times. Dončić received a technical foul late in the first quarter for taunting Mann. The two teams — who don’t meet again until February — don’t have many warm feelings toward each other after a contentious first-round playoff series last season that the Clippers won in seven games after trailing 3-1.
“Two great teams. Great players. Both of us come out and focus on our principles,” said Jackson, who also had 10 rebounds. “A lot of similarities. I think we’re gonna continue to have great battles.”
The Mavericks were 6 of 30 on 3-pointers in Sunday’s loss and started Tuesday’s game missing their first 13 from beyond the arc before warming up. They went 12 for 26 the remainder of the game.
Mavericks: Dorian Finney-Smith, who had a season-high 17 points, scored eight points during a 16-5 run midway through the fourth to give Dallas a double-digit lead. . Jalen Brunson injured his left foot in the first half and did not return. . Reggie Bullock (non-COVID-19 illness) and Frank Ntilikina (right calf strain) did not play.
Clippers: George missed his first five shots from the field and didn’t get his first basket until there was 1:44 remaining in the first half. . Marcus Morris Sr., who missed 15 games due to a left knee injury, had 10 points in 31 minutes. . Nicolas Batum entered the NBA’s health and safety protocol before the game and is expected to miss at least 10 days. LA canceled its morning shootaround for precautionary reasons. . The Clippers’ largest lead was 11 points during the first quarter and late in the second before Dallas scored the last five points to get to 48-42 at halftime. . Mann received a flagrant 1 foul during the third quarter.
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Wells Fargo Center Club Seats & Premium Areas
- — Cadillac Club seats at Wells Fargo Center are located just above lower level sections 117-121. These club sections are semi-private and include just t. (76ers Games) — Centennial VIP Seats for a Sixers game are located at the front of sections 106, 108, 118 and 120. Lettered rows in these sections are within fifteen . — The Club Boxes at Wells Fargo Center are among the best seats in Philadelphia — not just for Flyers and Sixers games, but for concerts too. These sect. — There are three primary suite levels at Wells Fargo Center: Club, Luxury and Balcony. While their sizes and locations vary, most suites have a similar.
Best Seats For a Concert at Wells Fargo Center
The most common seating layout at Wells Fargo Center for concerts is an end-stage setup with the stage located near sections Section 116, Section 117 and Section 118. For many concerts there are also slight variations to the layout, which may include General Admission seats, fan pits and B-stages.
Floor seats, like those in Floor 1 are among the most sought-after tickets
On the Floor: Sections Floor 1, Floor 2, Floor 3 and Floor 4 are Floor Seats, which offer some of the closest views of the performers. For many concerts, floor sections are added or removed. These performer-specific adjustments may alter the floor layout and the views from each floor section.
To the Side of the Stage: For close views of the stage with a little bit of elevation, consider seats to the side of the stage in Section 101, Section 102, Section 103 and Section 111. The view is not head-on like on the floor, but many of the seats are closer to the stage, provide better elevation and are actual stadium seats.
Section 106 offers a comfortable head-on view for end-stage shows
Head-on to the Stage: Seats directly across from the stage, like those in Section 106, Section 107, Section 108 and Section 207 provide the most comfortable looks of the performance. Even upper level sections offer unobstructed sitelines. Just keep in mind that you won’t be able to see as much detail from these seats as you would if you sat closer to the stage.
Consider the Following When Buying Concert Tickets
Seats behind the stage are occassionally sold: Unless your main objective is to just get in the building, you’ll want to completely avoid anything behind the stage — like those in/near or above sections Section 116, Section 117, Section 118 and Section 119. It’s unlikely the performer will turn around to salute you — and you’re more likely to be completely blocked out from seeing the show.
If you’re on the shorter side (or bringing kids), consider floor seats only in the first few rows: The most common complaint amongst floor ticketholders is that they can’t see the stage because of taller people in front of them. As an alternative, consider side sections near the stage that will still have you close and high enough to see.
Lower level side sections are not created equal: While the side sections closest to the stage are top-notch, side sections farther from the stage may leave you with a cramp in your neck. Sections 111 and 103 are not well-angled towards the stage — leaving you to turn your head for an ideal view. Instead, consider head-on sections in the lower level or even close side seats in the upper level like Sections CB15 and CB23.
Today is Rule 5 deadline day
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Normally, the deadline to decide on adding players to the roster in advance of the Rule 5 Draft is November 20. Due to the calendar, the deadline this year is November 19, MLB wanting to keep it on a weekday.
By 5 p.m. CT today, eligible players not added to the roster will be Rule 5 Draft-eligible. Players running the Rule 5 gauntlet at the MLB level face added stipulations to make surviving the season more difficult. Nonetheless, if a team is interested enough in keeping the player around, they can usually do so. Failing that, someone else might try. As a last resort, he gets run through waivers with a likely return to his former club. Here is a look at the process, and some names the Cubs might try to protect.
Before I get to the potential players to be added, the rules are a starting point every year. If plucked in the MLB phase of the Rule 5 Draft, the selected player can’t be directly sent to Triple-A, like most younger players. To poach the talent in this fashion, he has to stay with his new club until two weeks before the season begins. When the Cubs added Ryan Tepera (March 2, 2021), they needed to create a roster spot for him. Rule 5 selection Gray Fenter would be returned to Baltimore in 10 days, but it was too early for him to be returned on March 2. Duane Underwood Jr. was instead designated for assignment, and traded for Shendrick Apostel, who still hasn’t played a game at the full-season level. If a player is highly unlikely to make the roster, selecting him in December blocks off a roster spot for three full months.
On the other hand, it isn’t essential for a player to be “ready” or “useful” to be selected. Teams are often trying to add talent on the cheap, irrespective of if “they are ready”. The best recent example is Brett de Geus, who went last offseason in the Rule 5 Draft to the Texas Rangers. He relieved in 19 games for Texas before they pulled the plug on him. Sent through waivers, he was claimed by the Arizona Diamondbacks, who used him in almost 30 more games. Unsuccessful with both teams, the Diamondbacks now have him free and clear, and can hide him in Triple-A all season, if they want. Teams, as Cubs fans know, are not required to give a full effort in every season.
As teams decide which players to protect, likelihood to get selected and retained top the list of priorities. Some players weren’t ready to play meaningful innings in September, but by February, might be upgraded just enough to contribute once or twice a week in a game. Akil Baddoo was left unprotected by the Twins, and the Tigers are happy to have him long-term for a $100,000 fee.
Players signed at 18 years of age or younger are Rule 5 eligible after four full years in the system. Players 19 or older have three full years. For instance, Brennen Davis (signed at 18 in 2018) isn’t eligible until December 2022. Chase Strumpf (signed out of college in 2019) is similarly eligible in 2022. It often benefits teams in terms of Rule 5 Draft situations to delay calling players up until necessary to keep the Rule 5 list more manageable.
Here are some players the Cubs might want to protect, and why.
Danis Correa: A hard-throwing right-handed reliever, he was really good in A-Ball in 2021. He struggled a bit with the Mesa Solar Sox recently.
Brendon Little: A mid-90s lefty with a developing back-foot slider, he could well develop into a leverage reliever. Eventually. Or not. Little was pulled from further use in the Arizona Fall League due to a “stress reaction” in his elbow. Which cuts back on his 40-man likelihood.
Eduarniel Nunez: Teams tend to like velocity, and Nunez brings 97-99 with regularity. He fanned over a hitter an inning in Advanced-A South Bend, but also walked 33 in 35 innings.
Yonathan Perlaza: Not even a consideration until he went on a tear from mid-July until the end of the season, the former shortstop is getting used to playing right field.
Ethan Roberts: A Cubs fourth-rounder in 2018 from Tennessee Tech, Roberts was solid in Double-A Tennessee and reasonably good in Triple-A Iowa. He’s more of a pitcher, and less of a thrower.
Matt Swarmer: He wasn’t conceivable for this until he had a hot streak late in the season. Unlikely to get selected, the Rule 5 Draft Rules might have cost him a look in September. (It’s easier to leave a 50/50 type in Triple-A than call him up and go through the rigamarole to keep him the next season.)
Nelson Velazquez: His August was better than his July, and he’s only gotten better in the Arizona Fall League.
Andy Weber: A utility infielder for the Mesa Solar Sox, he’s gotten on a hot streak when he’s finally been healthy.
It’s a healthy thing for an organization to have these sorts of decisions. The Cubs may lose someone (listed or not), and internally assessing the pipeline is a major part of keeping the pipeline near peak efficiency. Here is another outlet’s view on 40-man coin-fips across the league.