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first_img(Photos: Matt Crockett) Bombalurina Demeter Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 30, 2017 Cats Skimbleshanks Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony-winning musical Cats has returned to the Great White Way and with it, our obsession with our fave furry felines. Whether this production will mark your first time at the Jellicle Ball or whether you can name (and spell the names of) every cat, we’re lucky to have Broadway.com vlogger and resident Rum Tum Tugger Tyler Hanes on hand to help us get to know the 25-plus pussycats both in their stage roles and behind the scenes. We asked you which Cat characters you would love to adopt. From the flirtatious Bombalurina to the flashy Mr. Mistoffelees, here are your top 10 picks! Rumpleteazer Rum Tum Tuggercenter_img Mr. Mistoffelees Munkustrap View Comments Grizabella Related Shows Jennyanydots Victorialast_img read more


first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 23, 2016 at 8:37 pm Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TR Lesko, a member of the Class of 2016, is not listed on major recruiting sites, but his Hudl profile lists him as 6 feet 1 inch, 212 pounds. On the same profile, his 40-yard dash time is 4.67 seconds.His relationship with Syracuse’s current coaching staff extends back to the time that current SU head coach Dino Babers coached at Bowling Green. Lesko also played wide receiver in high school.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse has two other linebacker commits in the Class of 2016, Andrew Armstrong and Tim Walton, and both have signed national letters of intent. Syracuse carries 11 other linebackers on its roster. The position group is led by junior Zaire Franklin, who last season became the fourth sophomore captain in program history. Commentscenter_img Zack Lesko, an outside linebacker from Solon (Ohio) High School, announced via Twitter on Wednesday night that he has committed to Syracuse.last_img read more


first_imgFrantz Massenat kept finding openings in the Boeheim’s Army defense. Then, Novar Gadson did too. Cutters kept sweeping through the 2-3 zone and quality defensive possessions were spoiled by second-chance opportunities for Brotherly Love. But late in the first quarter, BA finally had it trapped. The shot clock ticked under 10. Fans rose and BA booster Mark Lamansky pumped his arms from the bench at the anticipated shot-clock violation. The ball swung from the sidelines to the opposite wing, and Massenat received the ball in front of Eric Devendorf as the clock ticked under five.“I just wanted the ball in my hands,” Massenat said afterwards, “I kinda knew a move.”He rose and sunk a 3-pointer over Devendorf’s extended arm. Another near-stop had turned into a basket, and the lead extended to four.After gathering wins in two consecutive days to reach the regional final, BA’s run came to an end. Missing open shots caught up to them as Brotherly Love’s offensive rebounds pierced scoring runs. Inconsistent ball movement halted fluidity. By establishing an eight-point advantage in the third quarter that withstood Boeheim’s Army attempted comebacks, Brotherly Love clinched its spot in The Basketball Tournament’s final eight with a 84-72 win.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“They had us moving our feet on defense and were able to attack and find the openings in zone,” Boeheim’s Army general manager Kevin Belbey said. “When we’d try to go man, they were able to make things happen there too.”For the past 48 hours, Boeheim’s Army and TBT had encapsulated the attention of Syracuse, providing an opportunity for basketball during the summer months. Crowds rose when BA jogged onto the court, roared as its starting lineup was introduced and chanted “Let’s go Orange” throughout. It resembled a Carrier Dome basketball game, reviving marquee SU basketball moments: Hakim Warrick’s block to clinch the only national title in program history, Arinze Onuaku’s backboard-breaking dunk, and John Gillon’s buzzer-beater to stun Duke.Together, this group of 11 aimed for a final eight return for the fourth time in the team’s five years of existence but hadn’t played to its highest potential during the first two rounds. Friday’s win was only “good enough,” head coach Ryan Blackwell said. Saturday’s was “a little bit better.” Sunday, against an undersized but potent Brotherly Love roster, BA needed to piece everything together.Boeheim’s Army had a distinct size advantage, but it didn’t show. Brotherly Love forwards Makal Stibbins and Michael Ringgold, both 6-foot-8 — matched up three inches shorter than Darryl Watkins and one inch below Warrick and Onuaku. At times during the regional, Boeheim’s Army succeeded in the post: Watkins chipped in a 5-for-6 game off the bench Saturday and Warrick muscled his way through contact multiple times and tallied 13 points on Friday. But other times, it wasn’t exposed.From the interior attack came opportunities on the outside. Gael Nation primarily played zone defense, providing Gillon, Andrew White, and BJ Johnson open space to hit 3-pointers. All it took was an extra pass — from a forward cutting through the center, from a guard penetrating from the corner, from an offensive rebound and kick-out.But while those parts meshed together to start Sunday’s game, the defense faltered. Onuaku picked up two early over-the-back fouls and was sent to the bench. Brotherly Love outrebounded BA 9-1. The SU-alumni abandoned its zone defense in favor of man-to-man before the first quarter ended.“Whenever you’re in the zone and they’re getting those second chance points, it’s tough on the zone,” Devendorf said. “Because we played so hard for that one possession, for them to get those second-chance points is hard.”Boeheim’s Army stayed alive by capitalizing off Brotherly Love’s turnovers. Early in the first, White swept the ball to Onuaku on the opposite block for a layup following a Devendorf steal. Then, Devendorf himself finished on layups through contact. With the transition offense and occasional 3-pointers, the score was tied at the half.But after halftime, a tie quickly changed into a 13-point Brotherly Love lead by the start of the Elam Ending. Boeheim’s Army kept arguing for calls that never came, and transition baskets resulted at the other end.Massenat told the rest of Brotherly Love to remain poised during scoring runs, Maurice Watson Jr. recalled.An 8-2 run to close the third was highlighted by Samme Givens’ second-chance and-1, breaking the game open enough to withstand an Elam Ending comeback attempt — five points by Crawford, a Devendorf layup and a Warrick put-back — by BA.“It got to a point where they went small to try and match up with us, and it never was the same,” Brotherly Love head coach Tony Paris said.During the fourth quarter’s first possession, Gillon drove toward the right block but lost control. Shannon Givens hit his arm, Gillon pleaded with his left hand extended in front of him. There was no call, and he was subbed out the next possession.As Gillon sipped water on the bench, he kept his left hand open and raised his eyebrows. BA’s Darryl Watkins had just lost possession, and fans yelled for a foul. Seconds later, Ramone Moore received the ball in front of the Brotherly Love bench. He set his hands and released.Gillon’s head sunk down as the lead extended to 13. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 28, 2019 at 4:18 pm Contact Andrew: arcrane@syr.edu | @CraneAndrewlast_img read more


first_img Spotlight ups matchday commentary reach and capacity for new EPL Season  August 21, 2020 Share SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share Related Articles Spotlight delivers Racing Post translated services for Pari-Engineering Russia August 26, 2020 Ron Hearn of JenningsBet has been crowned the 2017 Racing Post/SIS Betting Shop Manager of the Year.The 57-year-old, who has a betting shop career spanning 40 years, the last six of which have been spent with JenningsBet, beat seven other finalists from Ladbrokes, Coral, Megabet, Paddy Power Betfair and William Hill.Hearn, who told the Racing Post: “It is nice for an independent to win it and also for a little bit of recognition. After 40 years, I can now say every day was worth it,” also praised a very competitive field, adding: “The eight finalists here have been exceptional.“We formed a really strong bond at Doncaster in October and when they announced the regional winners on SIS, you just felt sorry for some of the mates you made a week earlier who hadn’t got through with you.”Before stressing the importance of punters, particularly of the younger generation: “In an ideal world, with each customer who comes in the door you have got to make them think they are the person you have opened the door for.“I still think it is a great industry. The thing is you need to encourage a few more youngsters in who are going to see it through.”Greg Knight, JenningsBet Managing Director, praised Hearn’s victory and the firms first in the competitions 30 year history, commenting: “It means an awful lot to the company because we have got a lot of experienced managers of 20, 25, 30 years plus and it is a recognition for them.“I also think it’s a recognition for the independent sector. You’ve heard Ron’s background, steeped in independent bookmakers over the years and it just shows how important it is.“It is about community. Ron’s worked in that shop now for 21 years, he knows everybody locally. He is part of the community and I think that’s extremely important. I am just made up for him personally.”The main prize for the award is a VIP trip to one of Singapore’s major race meeting, in addition to being guests in the SIS Ascot Box next month. Submit StumbleUponlast_img read more


first_imgNaturally, the job didn’t just come open by accident.Prime Ticket, with the Clippers’ input, decided not to renew the contract of longtime Lawler sidekick Michael Smith. They had been paired the past 14 seasons, and Smith logged 19 seasons overall going back to radio.  The former Los Altos High of Hacienda Heights star football, basketball and volleyball player who became a two-time WAC player of the year at BYU spent the last of his three-year run in the NBA as a Clippers backup forward in 1994-95.Smith had something of an uninhibited, sidetracked style that played to mixed reviews off Lawler’s straight-man call. It once got them in a bit of trouble for insensitive remarks, leading to an awkward  suspension in 2009. Off the court, Smith also went through the accusation of grand theft in a real estate case, which a jury acquitted him of in 2010.“The Clippers are a dynamic team and made a lot of moves in the off season, and this one just one of them,” said Nick Davis, the FSW/Prime Ticket/FSSD executive producer. “I loved working with him and we want to thank him for his contributions.”Lawler, whose previous game analyst partners have included Stu Lantz, Hubie Brown, Mike Fratello, Junior Bridgeman and Bill Walton, said that “Mike had the longest run, and he’s a very bright guy who I know will find a new interesting chapter in his life. It may be hard to see that right away but I think things will work out fine for him.”Davis said Bowen’s name came up through a search of the Fox’s national talent office, understanding his ESPN contract had just expired. On Sept. 8, Bowen flew in from his home in San Antonio, and Lawler flew in from his offseason home in Bend, Ore., to call a quarter of a Clippers-Jazz game from mid-March last regular season, one that  had an impact on the team’s playoff seeding.“We put together some names, and were looking for someone who could make a difference on the broadcast, had a great personality and could add to the pre- and postgame conversation, and Bruce checked every box,” said Davis, who knew Bowen at ESPN when Davis was a producer on MLB studio shows.“That 1,000-megawatt personality really came though.”HOW IT ALL FITSBowen may have aced the test, but he also had to decide if he could commit to a full season of broadcasts from October through April. He coaches both the basketball teams of his grade-school sons, Ojani (12) and Ozmel (10), in San Antonio. If not, the Clippers were prepared to reach out to others – TNT’s Reggie Miller, who lives nearby in Malibu, as well as longtime studio analyst Don MacLean – to help fill some gaps. Bowen says he’ll have to take some strange red-eye flights, but he’s all in.When Bowen went back to Fullerton finish a degree in communications in 2004, during a run where he was to be part of three NBA championships with the Spurs in a eight-year stretch, he didn’t know how it would work out for his post playing career. He was some 12 units short of graduation when his basketball eligibility expired in 1993, and then went undrafted in the NBA.Based on how some in the media had sized him up as a “dirty player” because of his tenacious defensive-minded playing style, it’s interesting that he has gravitated toward a media gig, one that he makes sure he doesn’t fall into any wrong characterization of players that he’s talking about.“I don’t blame the media for anything, even with that ‘dirty player’ stuff, but I just wish they paid attention to more things,” Bowen said. “I’ll stand by what I say, but you don’t have to tear down players to get your point across. I’m always looking to every opportunity to delve into the game on a different level and give people something different to see, a new experience. I’m happy to have this great opportunity to continue the process of having an impact with the game.”And with that, comes his bow tie collection, which he estimates to number in the 70 range at last count.“Why wouldn’t I? It’s my staple, man,” Bowen said of the ties that tie in to the spelling of his name. “I have plenty in my stash that accommodate Clippers colors.”More Q&A with Bowen at www.insidesocal.com/tomhoffarth.MEASURING MEDIA MAYHEMWHAT SMOKES== ESPN’s promotion of Doris Burke to a full-time NBA game analyst comes within a time frame when the Washington Wizards hired Kara Lawson and the Brooklyn Nets brought in Sarah Kustok as part of the main broadcast team for their season-long cable packages. Upon Lawson’s hiring, CSN Mid-Atlantic president Rebecca Schulte said: “There was a time when people would expect female announcers to sound like their male counterparts. When they hear Kara, they are going to hear a smart, knowledgeable analyst talking about their team.” Burke, who never set out to be a broadcaster but has become one of the network’s most versatile talents, agrees with that assessment. “I absolutely feel we’re past the point of a women’s voice in the analyst chair as being foreign to viewers,” said Burke, who will do the Lakers-Sacramento exhibition game from Las Vegas on Oct. 8. “I would say I felt a significant change in that regard for the last five years. I’ve also noticed that if I see or hear criticism, it has less to do with a women’s gender than it does with her style, and we know that in this industry, it can be very subjective.”WHAT CHOKES== The immediate blowback Sports Illustrated received this week for its decision to Photoshop together an array of sports figures linking arms in protest under the headline “A nation divided; sports united” – and fail to include Colin Kaepernick — was predictable. SI executive editor Stephen Cannella tried to explain in an SI.com video post, saying that “in some ways, even though his picture’s not there, Kaepernick is there …” Credit Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry, one of the 10 shown on the cover, for speaking up: “I thought that was terrible. It’s kind of capitalizing on the hoopla, the media and all that nonsense … If you don’t have Kaepernick front and center on that, something’s wrong. It’s kind of hard to see how certain narratives take place, being prisoners of the moment.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error To hear it from those most involved in the decision-making process, Bruce Bowen quickly emerged as the top candidate to land the role as the new Clippers TV analyst that opened up this past offseason. One simple audition, one quarter of calling a game off a monitor, and there was no tie-breaking procedure needed.But had there been, Bowen’s commitment to his trademark bow tie during the telecasts could have put a ribbon on the package deal.Although the 13-season NBA pro out of Cal State Fullerton has limited live game experience as an analyst – he did some of it on occasion during his run primarily as a studio analyst at ESPN – Bowen’s brief run-through with Ralph Lawler less than a month ago more than impressed the team and execs at Fox Sports West, Prime Ticket and Fox Sports San Diego.Still, the 46-year-old Bowen wasn’t so sure of how it was going to be received.center_img “If you do your best – and I felt I did – you don’t know which way it will go, and I wasn’t going to try to guesstimate,” Bowen said this week from the Clippers’ training camp in Honolulu, where he and Lawler will debut together live when the Clippers face Toronto twice on Prime Ticket, Sunday night (7:30 p.m.) and then Tuesday night (10 p.m.).“Some may have liked it, some may have thought it was corny. It was out of my control.”Well, not really.“It went so well we could hardly believe it,” said Lawler, about to start his 39th season as the Clippers’ play-by-play man. “It felt as if we’d been working together for 20 years. He’s an absolute natural.”AS ONE DOOR OPENS …last_img read more