Hobart and William Smith Colleges



Three members of the Hobart College tennis team were named Scholar-Athletes by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. Danny Kot and Harry Nichols garnered the award for the second year in a row, while Jonah Salita was recognized for the first time.


Three members of the William Smith College tennis team were recently named Scholar-Athletes by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. It's the second year in a row Taylor Ferrari has earned the award, and Katarina Kostovic and Hannah More joined her for the first time.


The William Smith College Athletics Department, in conjunction with the Smith Center for the Arts and Geneva Reads, is co-hosting a free public screening of the American Experience Film, "The Boys of '36," on Thursday, July 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Smith Opera House.


Five members of the Hobart College rowing team were named to the 2016 Intercollegiate Rowing Association All-Academic Team. Austin Letorney, D. Griffin Marsh, Harrison Luce, Patrick Ware and Sky Drazek were honored for competing in the national championship regatta and maintaining a minimum 3.35 grade point average.


Three members of the William Smith College rowing team were presented with team awards at the 2016 William Smith Athletics Awards Banquet. Senior coxswain Susan Tuvell and junior oarswoman Laurie VanBenschoten shared the S. Ford Weiskittel Most Valuable Oarswoman Award while first-year oarswoman Ellie Lewis was presented with the Rowing Coach's Award.


Four members of the Hobart College rowing team were presented with team awards at the 2016 Block H dinner. Senior Brett Lawhon received the S. Ford Weiskittel Rowing Award as the team's most valuable oarsman.


The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America named William Smith College junior Caroline Conboy a 2016 CSCAA Scholar All-American. This year, the organization selected a record 853 Scholar All-Americans for maintaining a minimum 3.5 grade point average and for competing in the NCAA, NAIA or NJCAA national championship meets.


GENEVA, N.Y.—William Smith College Director of Athletics Deb Steward recently announced the Heron Hall of Honor Class of 2016. In conjunction with the 35th anniversary of the Heron nickname, the Heron Society will celebrate eight legendary Herons on Saturday, Oct. 15 in the Vandervort Room of the Scandling Campus Center.


The Hobart College lacrosse team had 22 student-athletes named to the Northeast Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll, including a league-high seven who earned a spot on the Commissioner's Honor Roll.


Four members of the William Smith College rowing team were recently honored for their exceptional work in the classroom and on the water. Senior Susan Tuvell and juniors Margaret Cameron, Hannah Glenshaw, and Karoline Loretan have been named Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association National Scholar Athletes.


Auburn Doubledays

Monday's game between the Auburn Doubledays and the Williamsport Crosscutters was postponed because of rain. The teams will meet for a doubleheader on Tuesday beginning at 5:05 p.m.
The Doubledays fell in extra innings to the Crosscutters, 2-1, on Sunday. The Doubledays tied the game in the ninth inning, but the Crosscutters won in the eleventh inning on an infield single.
The Auburn Doubledays beat the State College Spikes, 8-4, on Saturday night. Doubledays starting pitcher Yonathan Ramirez threw five innings of one-run baseball en route to the win.
The Doubledays collected a season-high 20 hits, but lost to the Spikes, 10-8 on Friday night. Every Doubledays player in the lineup collected a hit, and five Auburn players had a multi-hit game.
The Auburn Doubledays lost the series opener against the Spikes, 7-4, on Thursday night. Doubledays second baseman Jake Noll was perfect from the plate with four hits in four at bats.
The Auburn Doubledays lost to Mahoning Valley, 9-1, on Tuesday night at Falcon Park. Doubledays designated hitter David Kerian hit his first professional home run in the loss.
The Doubledays walked off in 11 innings over the Scrappers, 4-3, on Monday night. Daniel Johnson hit a single to right field that scored Blake Perkins 11th inning to give the Doubledays the win.
The Auburn Doubledays lost to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, 3-2, on Sunday night from Falcon Park. Weston Davis pitched five innings of two-hit baseball for Auburn in the loss.
The Auburn Doubledays lost the final game of a three-game series against West Virginia, 6-5, on Saturday night. Doubledays catcher Tres Barrera hit a two-run home run in the loss.
The Auburn Doubledays lost to the West Virginia Black Bears for the second straight night, 5-2, on Friday. The Doubledays outhit the Black Bears in the loss.


NY Yankees

The Yankees are suddenly playing their best baseball of the year, just in time to send a message to those in position to determine their future. This roster doesn't want to hear the word "sell."
CC Sabathia won for the first time in more than a month by holding the Astros to two runs -- on solo homers by Marwin Gonzalez and Evan Gattis -- in seven innings to lead the Yankees to their eighth win in 10 games, 6-3, on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park.
Bench coach Rob Thomson discusses the team's mindset leading into the August 1st Trade Deadline
The way CC Sabathia breaks it down, his stuff didn't feel drastically different than it had been in his last six starts. The end result was, however, as the big left-hander picked up his first victory since June 16 in the Yankees' 6-3 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park.
The shock of being traded by the only organization he had known was dissipating, and Adam Warren wanted to embrace a new beginning. The right-hander decided that a little spring cleaning might help, and so he emptied his drawers of anything with the word "Yankees" on it.
Rays No. 13 prospect Justin Williams was among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Tuesday.
Two surging pitchers, Lance McCullers and Masahiro Tanaka, take the mound at Minute Maid Park Wednesday night as the Astros and Yankees wrap up their three-game series.
Get complete coverage of key 2016 Draft signings with MLB Pipeline's signing and bonus tracker -- a complete breakdown of which picks from the first 10 rounds have agreed to terms, along with their reported bonuses and starting assignments.
Joe DiMaggio amassed a 56-game hitting streak 75 years ago. Top that in Beat the Streak, and $5.6 million is yours.
The Yankees made it clear that it wouldn't be cheap to pry Aroldis Chapman and his high-octane fastball from their grip, but when the Cubs agreed late on Sunday to part with top prospect Gleyber Torres, general manager Brian Cashman knew it was time to strike a deal.
The Yankees have dealt flamethrowing closer Aroldis Chapman to the Cubs for a four-player package that includes promising shortstop Gleyber Torres, MLB.com has learned.
The Yankees somehow found a way to get the best of nemesis Dallas Keuchel on a night he had some of his best stuff of the season.
Alex Rodriguez's role with the Yankees may never have seemed more diminished than it does at this moment, but the designated hitter says that he is optimistic that he has identified a flaw in his swing, even huddling with the team's analytics department to go over his recent output.
The Yankees started the season knowing that they wouldn't have Aroldis Chapman's services for the first two months, and even with the closer now on his way to finish the year with the Cubs, general manager Brian Cashman wants his team to go back to that original mindset.
The Yankees recalled right-hander Luis Severino from Triple-A before Monday's game against the Astros in Houston, the club announced.
4-1-5 may be the most prominent area code in San Francisco, but it was the Yankees who used those numbers to answer the call and disconnect a budding Giants rally in their 5-2 victory on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
Carlos Beltran and Mark Teixeira homered to support Nathan Eovaldi, who threw a season-high 118 pitches to lead the Yankees to a 5-2 victory over the Giants on Sunday at Yankee Stadium, securing a winning homestand for the club as it attempts to block out swirling trade speculation.
Whether it's luck, good timing or things finally starting click, perhaps the most pivotal stretch of the Yankees' season thus far just coincided with perhaps the team's best string of pitching performances.
Mac Williamson capped an eventful Saturday by drilling a 12th-inning, tiebreaking RBI single that propelled the Giants past the New York Yankees, 2-1, and ended San Francisco's six-game losing streak.
Who do the Yankees have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
No Major League team has ever finished undefeated, nor has any team ever been expected to. But that expectation has almost fallen upon the shoulders of this season's Yankees, who, after losing, 2-1, to the Giants in 12 innings Saturday, fell to 4 1/2 games back of the second American League Wild Card spot with the Aug. 1 non-waiver Trade Deadline now just eight days away.
The Yankees have made their formula for success in 2016 clear: Get the starter through six innings with a lead, then give the game over to the bullpen. But it might be time to make a slight amendment to the formula. That strategy is well and good, but there might be a shortcut. Just get Starlin Castro a hit.
The Giants' struggles and the Yankees' surge both continued Friday night as San Francisco shortstop Brandon Crawford committed an eighth-inning throwing error that helped New York generate the tiebreaking run in a 3-2 victory. It was San Francisco's season-high sixth consecutive loss.
For most of the 2016 season, Carlos Beltran's bat has been the lone saving grace for the Yankees' offense. But in the Yankees' 3-2 win over the Giants on Friday night, it wasn't Beltran's bat that led the Yankees to victory. It was his glove.
The Yankees claimed a 3-2 win in Friday's series opener vs. the Giants, but not before a pair of rare slipups from Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller, in the seventh and eighth, respectively, left the game's outcome in jeopardy.
CC Sabathia loves to hit. He doesn't do it anymore because of his age and injury history, but he said he never thought of it as a chore. Instead, he always liked taking batting practice just for the fun of it. Ivan Nova, on the other hand, is the kind of guy who's glad he plays for an AL club.
Chris Tillman worked seven strong innings, J.J. Hardy and Jonathan Schoop each drove in a pair of runs and the Orioles snapped their four-game losing streak with a 4-1 victory over the Yankees on Thursday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
Sticking with CC Sabathia against the top of the Orioles' order in the seventh inning was an easy gamble for Joe Girardi, who decided to trust the big left-hander with the game on the line. Even though it didn't work out, the Yankees manager doesn't believe it was the wrong call.
Chad Green's rookie season has been an interesting one.
Most 20-year-olds are still in college, trying to decide what to do with their lives beyond those four years. But Drew Finley isn't like most 20-year-olds.
After being scratched from the starting lineup Wednesday for personal reasons, Yankees third baseman Chase Headley returned to Thursday, pinch-hitting in the eighth inning of the team's 4-1 loss to Baltimore.
Didi kicks the ball around with NYCFC's David Villa
It's been a stellar month for Marlins No. 24 prospect Jeff Brigham. The 24-year-old righty turned in yet another impressive performance Thursday, tossing seven scoreless innings and striking out a season-best 10 batters.
Michael Pineda struck out eight over six electric innings and Mark Teixeira homered in his return to the lineup, helping the Yankees to their fourth consecutive victory on Wednesday, a 5-0 decision over the Orioles at Yankee Stadium. Baltimore has lost four straight games.
There are two sides of Masahiro Tanaka, which form a complete person who is genuinely beloved by everyone around him. As he grows more comfortable in his new home, there's one thing about Tanaka that will never change: He'll never stop trying to get better.
Carlos Beltran squinted down the third-base line and saw nothing but daylight. His reaction was to square up for a perfect bunt single, sending a message rippling through the Yankees' dugout: With their season already on the line, they must take advantage of every opportunity.
Michael Pineda has a bit of a reputation for talking to himself when he's on the mound. So when Pineda found himself in a bases-loaded jam with a one-run lead and one out in the fourth inning of the Yankees' 5-0 win over the Orioles on Wednesday night, it should come as no surprise that he resorted to his old habit. But unlike in the past, when he's yelled at himself or thrown verbal jabs to challenge himself, Pineda took a soothing approach.
Having missed three games after fouling a ball off his left foot Saturday afternoon, Mark Teixeira was back in the lineup for the Yankees' 5-0 win over the Orioles on Wednesday night, playing first base and hitting fifth. Teixeira quickly made his presence felt, clubbing a solo home run, his eighth of the season, in his second at-bat to give the Yanks a 2-0 lead. He then coaxed a bases-loaded walk for his 600th RBI as a Yankee in the sixth to make it 3-0.
Ten was the magic number for a pair of Dodgers pitchers on Wednesday night as both Jose De Leon and Yadier Alvarez struck out 10 hitters in their respective starts for Triple-A Oklahoma City and Class A Great Lakes.
Major League Baseball and the state of New York joined together Wednesday to push youth baseball into the next generation.


NY Mets

Bartolo Colon gave the Mets seven strong innings Tuesday in a 3-1 win in Game 2 of a doubleheader. So efficient was Colon that manager Terry Collins removed him after seven innings and 87 pitches, with plans to bring him back Saturday on short rest.
The sun had just set at Citi Field, but the nightcap of a Tuesday doubleheader between the Mets and Cardinals was starting to look a lot like its afternoon counterpart. Jedd Gyorko, who hit the decisive two-run homer in the Cardinals' one-run win earlier, went deep in the second inning against Bartolo Colon. The similarities ended there in the Mets' 3-1 win, as Colon allowed nothing more and Asdrubal Cabrera paced New York's offense with two RBIs.
Yoenis Cespedes uses bare hand to save running catch
Jose Reyes, whose initial Mets tenure was fraught with injuries and frequent trips to the disabled list, is dealing with another malady less than three weeks into his return to New York. Reyes suffered a Grade 1 left intercostal strain in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Cardinals.
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson has insisted the club will likely not trade for a starting pitcher, meaning Logan Verrett will remain in the rotation for the foreseeable future. The right-hander starts Wednesday night against Cardinals righty Adam Wainwright, who has rebounded from a rough start to his season.
A fickle National League Wild Card race took another turn on Tuesday afternoon, when the Cardinals beat Noah Syndergaard and the Mets, 3-2, in the first game of a twinight doubleheader at Citi Field. That allowed St. Louis to leapfrog the Mets at least temporarily in the NL standings, in what was the first of six meetings between the teams this season.
Former first-round Draft pick Josh Smoker, whom the Mets signed following a free-agent tryout in 2015, has completed his unorthodox arc to the big leagues. The Mets planned to call up Smoker as their 26th man for Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Cardinals, a brief reward for his unexpected ascension through the Minors.
Get complete coverage of key 2016 Draft signings with MLB Pipeline's signing and bonus tracker -- a complete breakdown of which picks from the first 10 rounds have agreed to terms, along with their reported bonuses and starting assignments.
Joe DiMaggio amassed a 56-game hitting streak 75 years ago. Top that in Beat the Streak, and $5.6 million is yours.
Nearly one year to the day after altering franchise history with a non-waiver Trade Deadline deal for Yoenis Cespedes, general manager Sandy Alderson said the Mets are unlikely to make a similar type of big-splash move.

SU Athletics



Orange head football coach Dino Babers will appear on a variety of ESPN media platforms Tuesday, July 26 when he participates in the network's mid-summer "Car Wash."


Former Syracuse standout Dion Waiters has signed a one-year contract with the Miami Heat, according to the Associated Press. 


Major League Lacrosse will host the league's first alumni game featuring former greats and a host of Syracuse alums.


Tickets to watch the Orange football team host ACC Atlantic Division rival Florida State go on sale Tuesday, July 26. Tickets start at $30 for the Nov. 19 home finale against the Seminoles and will be available beginning at 10 a.m. tomorrow online, by phone (888-DOMETIX), at Destiny USA kiosks and at the Carrier Dome Box Office (Gate B). 


Orange head coach Dino Babers was one of the breakout stars of the 2016 ACC Kickoff.


LOS ANGELES, California -- Six different players scored in double digits to help Team USA defeat China, 106-57, in an exhibition game at the Staples Center on Sunday. The Americans improved their exhibition-game record to 2-0 with the triumph.


Syracuse took center stage at ACC Kickoff, the conference's annual media event on Friday, as head coach Dino Babers, linebacker Zaire Franklin and center Jason Emerich represented the Orange. Aside from making the rounds to each of the different media stations, they each took their turn at the podium for a press conference. See what they had to say below.


The 2016 Atlantic Coast Conference football season gets underway on Friday when Syracuse takes part in the annual ACC Kickoff, the conference's two-day media event at the Westin Charlotte Hotel. The Orange will be represented by head coach Dino Babers, linebacker Zaire Franklin and center Jason Emerich.


It will be a familiar road for the defending NCAA Champions this season, when seven of the the Syracuse cross country teams eight 2016 meets will be repeat events from last season, head coach Chris Fox announced.


The USA Basketball Senior Men's Team, which will compete in the upcoming Olympic Games, sees its game action when it faces Argentina in an exhibition game on Friday, July 22. The contest is scheduled for T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev.


NY Giants

Giants.com previews the key camp competitions to keep an eye on as Training Camp nears:  Ninety players. Fifty-three spots. NEWS > 30 Questions in 30 Days > View Giants Train...
Giants.com previews the Giants' offense ahead of 2016 Training Camp: By almost any standard, the New York Giants had a very effective offense last season. They finished 8th in the league in yards...
Giants writers answer 30 questions in 30 days before the start of Training Camp:Opening kickoff will be here before you know it. With offseason workouts wrapped up, the New York Giants report bac...
Here are the storylines to follow as the Giants prep for 2016 Training Camp:   The “prep-cation” is over. NEWS > 30 Questions in 30 Days > View Giants Training Camp Schedule ...
Giants.com previews the Special Teams unit ahead of 2016 Training Camp:  The players arrive for training camp on Thursday, and while most fans in attendance will be focusing on the sessions featu...
DT Damon Harrison discusses the transition to a 4-3 defense with the Giants:   When the Giants landed Damon Harrison in free agency, the defensive tackle did more than just change from green to ...
Giants.com chats with players for a Summer Q&A about all things Big Blue:    Get excited. July is the last month without NFL games. NEWS > Giants announce Ring of Honor Induct...
It's almost that time. In less than one week, the New York Giants report for 2016 Training Camp. From there, things get pretty busy at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center as Big Blue prepares...
Giants.com writers debate how the 2016 defense will perform: The Giants will lead the NFC East in sacks NEWS > Giants announce Ring of Honor Inductees > Summer Q&A with Rasha...
Giants.com chats with players for a Summer Q&A about all things Big Blue:    Get excited. July is the last month without NFL games. NEWS > Giants announce Ring of Honor Induct...


Buffalo Bills

Bills' Insider Chris Brown takes a closer look at the thoughts and attitude of the Bills' Defensive players and coaches in regards to the 2016 season in front of them.
The shortcomings of the 2015 defense has been used as fuel by players who feel with the same defensive coordinator for the first time in six years and rededicated unit that they can return their defense to top 10 status.
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy talks about his charity endeavors ahead of a Play60 charity event and the 2016 season with the Bills.
He's not completely sure what his workload will be at the outset of training camp. That's up to the Bills medical and athletic training staff. But Sammy Watkins assures his surgically repaired foot is ready for anything.
LeSean McCoy by his own admission didn't play at an elite level in 2015. Can the Bills feature back dominate games like he used to in 2016?
Second-year WR Dez Lewis made an impressive case for himself to be the team's third receiver behind Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods, but things can change at camp when the pads go on.
It's been 14 years since since a Buffalo Bills wide receiver had a big enough year to make the Pro Bowl. Will Sammy Watkins make it in 2016?
Entering his second season with the Bills, CB Ronald Darby is already being touted as an NFL up-and-comer at cornerback.
John Murphy recaps Ron Darby's impressive rookie year. New Coach Rob Ryan and Ron himself talk about the excitement of year two being right around the corner.
The 2015 season proved almost magical for Ronald Darby. The rookie far exceeded expectations and became one of the fastest rising cornerbacks in the league. Here's why he figures to be even better in 2016.


Keuka College

Tessa Knapp will be the second field hockey coach in program history
Keuka College Athletics hosted their annual awards ceremony on Thursday night
Keuka College lost to Castleton University 9-1
Keuka lost to hosts SUNY Cortland 7-3 on Friday afternoon
The Keuka College graduate to lead the Friars in Women's Basketball

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Run of success creates memories not only for the players but their travel-weary parents
      
 
 
This 900-square-foot home in Irondequoit shows people want higher-end amenities. Video by Mary Chao.
      
 
 
Jill Burress of Henrietta discusses why comic conventions welcome everyone and teach important lessons.
      
 
 
Track and field's blanket ban of Russians seems harsh if individuals can meet IOC standard
      
 
 
Rush-Henrietta rising senior with world youth and junior titles has 2020 Olympics as goal.
      
 
 
The outfielder was angered by a third-strike call by umpire Joey Amaral in a July 19 game
      
 
 
Red Wings outfielder Logan Schafer has been fined for his angry outburst in a July 19 game, but he figures he made his point with the umpire.
      
 
 
The 215-foot waterfall is the tallest east of the Rockies, and the centerpiece for this popular state park.
      
 
 
Thief targeted prestigious belt awarded Yankees slugger when he set home run record
      
 
 
Pawtucket overcomes two-run deficit to win on walk-off home run in 11th inning
      
 
 


Daily Messenger

Inaugural baseball event raised funds for scholarship program in memory of dedicated volunteer with Victor Little League
Newark trying to chase down leaders in West Division while holding off challengers as season enters stretch drive
Stopper strengthens Chicago's bid to win first World Series since 1908
Sunday's win at Indianapolis could be a springboard for more if history repeats itself
It was the final Saturday of racing before a week off to make room for the Ontario County Fair
League's probe following TV report clears retired QB, but investigations into other players continue
Orange's new football coach embracing tough road ahead in rebuilding struggling program
This year a portion of the event proceeds went to Mercy Flight Central, South Bristol Historical Society, GVH Running Club and Crescent Trail Association.
Sweet-swinging outfielder and catcher, who was drafted as a favor, headline Class of 2016 for Baseball Hall of Fame
Vegetation is their primary source of food, but observations reveal additional menu items for whitetail


Finger Lakes Times

CLEVELAND (AP) — Francisco Lindor pushed an RBI single through Washington's drawn-in infield with one out in the ninth inning, and the Cleveland Indians rallied for three runs in their final at-bat to stun the Washington Nationals 7-6 on Tuesday…
OLYMPICS
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — The most dominant runner at Jamaica's national track and field championships this summer was not a superstar sprinter like Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake or Veronica Campbell-Brown.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Sonny Bill Williams passes for a superstar in this part of the world where rugby holds a rare pre-eminence over all other sports.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Matt Cain hit a three-run homer during his first win in more than two months, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-7 on Tuesday night.
A look at what's happening all around the majors today:
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Better late than never for the Australian women's eights rowing team at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, even if they'll have to borrow a boat and oars.
TORONTO (AP) — Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner did his best to push aside distracting trade talk and turn in a solid start.
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) -- Carlos Pimentel allowed just one hit over six innings, leading the El Paso Chihuahuas over the Tacoma Rainiers in a 6-0 win on Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bud Norris pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning, and the Los Angeles Dodgers held off the Tampa Bay Rays for a 3-2 win on Tuesday night.


Auburn Citizen
FILE - In this June 11, 2016, file photo, Usain Bolt, right, of Jamaica, speaks with compatriot Yohan Blake after the 100-meter final at the Racers Grand Prix track and field event at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. The…
In this Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016 photo, Arkansas' Clive Pullen lands a jump in the men's triple jump at the Southeastern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. Jamaica might be an Olympic sprinting superpower, but when it…
In this April 15, 2016, image provided by Florida State Athletics, Florida State junior Kellion Knibb competes in the discus at the Seminole Invitational athletics meet in Tallahassee, Fla. It's not uncommon for Jamaicans to find their way to the…
In this Saturday, March 14, 2015, photo, Clive Pullen, of Arkansas, competes in the triple jump in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. Jamaica might be an Olympic sprinting superpower, but when it comes to the…
In this May 15, 2016, image provided by Florida State Athletics, Florida State junior Kellion Knibb competes in the discus at the Atlantic Coast Conference outdoor track and field championships in Tallahassee, Fla. It's not uncommon for Jamaicans to find…
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — The most dominant runner at Jamaica's national track and field championships this summer was not a superstar sprinter like Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake or Veronica Campbell-Brown.
From left, United States' Draymond Green, Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins celebrate after a score by Carmelo Anthony during the second half of an exhibition basketball game against China on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, in Oakland, Calif. The United States…
China's Guo Ailun, left, drives to the basket as United States' Kevin Durant defends during the second half of an exhibition basketball game Tuesday, July 26, 2016, in Oakland, Calif. The United States won 107-57. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Oh yeah, Kevin Durant fully planned on putting up the initial shot for the U.S. as he played his first game at Oracle Arena since joining the Golden State Warriors.
United States' Kevin Durant dunks against China during the first half of an exhibition basketball game Tuesday, July 26, 2016, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

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