"While I have tried to work through it, the last thing I want is for it to affect the team", Lue said.
Sarkozy to face trial for corruption, misuse of influence
He has denied wrongdoing. "He does not doubt that once again the truth will triumph", the statement said. In this December 10 2007 file photo, French President Nicolas Sarkozy , left, greets Libyan leader Col.
LeBron James said it was "absolutely" encouraging to hear Lue's plans to observe the team and revealed he had been in contact with his coach during the Cavs' recent road trip. "I know he's itching to get back". They're going to need all the help they can get, including Ty Lue on board and healthy.
Love averaged 20.3 points and 10 rebounds in his first four games after missing seven weeks with a broken left hand. But since, assistant Larry Drew has been filling in. The younger Drew had appeared in 30 career National Basketball Association games. On the same night that forward Kevin Love returned from concussion protocol, point guard George Hill left the third quarter of the Cavs' matchup with the New Orleans Pelicans with an apparent lower-body injury. It will depend on how he responds after he participated in shootaround Friday morning. "But it was good to see that he's moving in the right direction and it looks like he'll be back to join us hopefully real soon". Since the advent of the shot clock in 1954-55, the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls hold the highest season winning percentage when leading after three (.985, 64-1).
Dry in Denver to start; rain and snow return Wednesday PM
Rain and snow showers are likely beginning around 5 p.m.in Denver, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. Daily chances of showers continue for next week, too, which isn't out of the ordinary for spring in the Black Hills.
The Cavaliers had hit 7-of-10 (70 percent) from the field to start the game, but cooled off considerably over the rest of the first quarter, connecting on just 5-of-13 (38 percent) in that area. Like his record-tying bucket Wednesday in Charlotte, James set the new record on a dunk.
Galaxy without any dark matter baffles astronomers
By measuring their motions, the astronomers could calculate the mass of material enclosed inside their orbits. This large, fuzzy-looking galaxy is so diffuse that astronomers can clearly see distant galaxies behind it.