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Cavaliers decide Andrew Wiggins is the 1
Written by Associated Press   
Thursday, June 26, 2014 8:33 PM

By TOM WITHERS

Associated Press

 

INDEPENDENCE — The Cavaliers chose potential over power.

By selecting Kansas swingman Andrew Wiggins over Duke's Jabari Parker with the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft on Thursday night, the Cavs are getting a talented, perimeter player who could blossom into a superstar.

And, who knows, maybe play alongside LeBron James.

 
NBA Draft Day Trades/Early Entries
Written by Associated Press   
Thursday, June 26, 2014 8:25 PM

Associated Press

Trades

Thursday

1) Denver Nuggets acquired G Arron Afflalo from Orlando for G Evan Fournier and Roy Devyn Marble, f, Iowa (No. 56).

2) Houston Rockets traded C Omer Asik and cash to New Orleans for a conditional 2015 first-round draft pick.

3) Denver traded Doug McDermott, f, Creighton (No. 11) and F Anthony Randolph for Jusuf Nurkic, c, Cedevita/Croatia (No. 16); Gary Harris, g, Michigan State (No. 19) and a 2015 second-round draft pick.

 
2014 NBA Draft Team-by-Team
Written by Associated Press   
Thursday, June 26, 2014 8:21 PM

Associated Press

At Barclays Center

Brooklyn. N.Y.

Thursday

Team-by-team breakdown of the players each team ended up with in the draft:

Atlanta Hawks

1 (15) Adreian Payne, f, Michigan State.

2 (43) Walter Tavares, c, Gran Canarias (Spain).

2 (48) Lamar Patterson, g, Pittsburgh (acquired from Milwaukee).

Boston Celtics

1 (6) Marcus Smart, g, Oklahoma State.

1 (17) James Young, g, Kentucky.

Brooklyn Nets

2 (44) Markel Brown, g, Oklahoma State (acquired from Minnesota).

Charlotte Hornets

1 (9) Noah Vonleh, c-f, Indiana.

1 (26) P.J. Hairston, g, North Carolina/Texas (NBADL) (acquired from Miami).

2 (45) Dwight Powell, f, Stanford.

2 (55) Semaj Christon, g, Xavier (acquired from Miami).

Chicago Bulls

1 (11) Doug McDermott, f, Creighton (acquired from Denver).

2 (49) Cameron Bairstow, c, New Mexico.

Cleveland Cavaliers

1 (1) Andrew Wiggins, g, Kansas.

2 (33) Joe Harris, g, Virginia.

 
‘Cats rally to ACME victory over Bulldogs
Written by Jim Metcalfe   
Thursday, June 26, 2014 8:18 PM

By JIM METCALFE

DHI Media Sports Editor

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DELPHOS — Both Jefferson and Elida were looking to shake the rust off their games — with the rains this week calling off any baseball games — as they prepare to begin ACME summer baseball District 5 action today.

They met up Thursday on a bright and warm summer evening at Wildcat Field, each team intentionally using three pitchers to get them innings.

When the Wildcats scored there in the bottom of the fifth, that overcame a 2-run deficit and the Wildcats went on to an 8-4 triumph.

Josh Teman (3 innings pitched; 1 hit, 1 base-on-balls, 2 strikeouts; 25 pitches, 20 for strikes) got the victory in relief of starter Hunter Binkley (2 IPs, 6 hits, 4 earned runs, 1 BB, 1 K; 39 pitches, 22 strikes).

Third pitcher Gage Mercer got the save (2 IPs, 1 hit, 1 BB, 2 Ks; 36 pitches, 23 strikes).

Elida trotted out two lefties: starter Adam Purdy (2 IPs, 4 hits, 2 earned runs, 2 BBs, 4 Ks; 44 pitches, 25 strikes) and reliever Austin Morrison (2 IPs, 1 BB, 2 Ks; 22 pitches, 13 strikes).

Third pitcher, right-hander Garrett Brinkman, took the loss (2 IPs, 5 hits, 6 runs, 5 earned, 2 BBs, 1 K; 48 strikes, 26 strikes).

 
Titans rally by Cougars in baseball
Written by Charlie Warnimont   
Thursday, June 26, 2014 8:18 PM

BY CHARLIE WARNIMONT

DHI Media Correspondent

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GLANDORF — Ottawa-Glandorf’s and Van Wert’s ACME baseball teams hadn’t played a game in week.

With ACME sectional tournaments starting this weekend, the two teams were able to shake off some rust Thursday evening as they squared off in regular-season action. The Titans rallied in their final two at-bats to defeat the Cougars 7-5 at the Field of Dreams.

The loss dropped Van Wert to 10-4 on the season, while O-G improved to 3-7.

Van Wert had a 5-4 lead after scoring a run in the fifth inning before the Titans tied the game in the fifth, then scored twice in the bottom of the sixth for the win.

O-G tied the game on a sacrifice fly by Jordan Diemer as pinch-runner Leon Palomo scored after moving to third base on a wild pitch. Ben Deitering was hit by a pitch with one out in the fifth inning was replaced by pinch runner Palomo who stole second base before Austin Williams walked. A wild pitch advanced both runners a base.

After Van Wert left runners on first and third base in the top of the sixth, the Titans scored two, two out runs in the bottom of the inning.

 
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