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Its the day before the NBAs trade deadline and TSNs Jack Armstrong offers his thoughts on Amir Johnsons return, Randy Wittmans influence on the Washington Wizards and what may be in store for Kyle Lowry and Rajon Rondo. 1. AMIR JOHNSON: Nice to see him back in the lineup Tuesday night in Washington DC. Played with great energy and purpose. Its amazing when a guy gets those few precious days to recover what it does to the bounce in their step and overall game/confidence. They need him big time in the final 29 games and the fact that he missed the two games prior to the All Star break due to injury could end up being a blessing for their team. When he and Terrence Ross are going good, this team can compete at a high level with anyone. 2. RANDY WITTMAN: I said it Tuesday night on the telecast and Ill say it again. A coach has to get run from a game to light a fire under his team - thats a joke. The ultimate motivation and leadership has to come from the players. More leadership is needed in that locker room. The Wizards have more than enough talent to not only be a playoff team, but a winning playoff team. Felt bad for Wittman. Coaches get the blame all the time. I get that - been there and done that - yet at some point to take that next step it truly has to be a conscious decision on the part of your core players that youre going to be a good team and not allow yourself to be outplayed at home. 3. RAJON RONDO: Love the hard bargain and market that GM Danny Ainge is trying to create for him. As he gets healthier, his play will improve significantly. On the other side, its pretty evident that Rondo will be playing for another team in the next few days - or at the very latest a year from now. He wants to play on a winner and it will take a little longer in Boston for that to happen. 4. KYLE LOWRY: Watch him in the third quarter last night? He was brilliant. How does a guy establish his value in a contract year? Play big when your team needs you the most. Believe me, GMs and scouts are watching and realize hes doing it on a winning team thats one of the pleasant surprises in the league and hes a big reason why. Whether its with the Raptors or somewhere else, it will all work out if he continues to play at this high level. The obvious concern is after he gets a significant contract will his level of play stay the same and/or improve to justify it or will it dip? Thats the toughest thing to gauge for decision-makers. These final regular season games and potential playoff games will help set the bar for him. So far, hes setting himself up very nicely. 5. JARRETT JACK: His name is involved in trade rumours and hed be a good pickup for a contender. His former team - the Warriors - really misses his clutch play and great leadership skills. Unfortunately, he hasnt been able to impact the climate in Cleveland as well as he did in Golden State. Hes more of a complimentary player and when hes in that position hes quite effective. Can play both guard spots and makes the good high percentage play. Will be interesting to see if he sticks around, considering the Cavs have won five in a row and are right back in the playoff race in the East. FREDERICTON -- Although they started and finished the season as the top-seeded mens hockey team in the country, the injury-ravaged University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds have endured an eventful season. At one point in the season the defending CIS champions were short six players, including both goaltenders. "In 12 years I dont think weve had an injury (to a goaltender) and this year we had double injuries for both goaltenders," said head coach Gardiner MacDougall. Despite the injuries, the Varsity Reds (20-5-3) finished in first in the AUS. After receiving a first-round playoff bye, they open the post-season Friday against ninth-ranked University of Prince Edward Island. New Brunswick will host the Cavendish University Cup -- the national championship -- March 22-25. Goalie Travis Fullerton, in his fourth season with UNB, was sidelined in early November by an appendectomy. He returned to the lineup only to suffer a knee injury in late December. With Fullerton out, rookie Dan LaCosta took over in goal but he had had his own injury troubles, being sidelined twice with groin injuries. UNB was then forced to turn to third-stringer Matt Davis. Davis, an MBA student at UNB, spent four years with the St. Thomas Tommies before coming to UNB wwith his sole focus on education.dddddddddddd "Weve had to use about seven or eight goalies in practice this year and I give full credit to Matty Davis," said MacDougall. "Theres a guy that hadnt played in three years at this level. "He brought something to our group and got us a key win in Moncton and a key point at Acadia and when you look at the difference in the standings, those three points were big for us." Fullerton returned to the lineup with seven games remaining in the regular season. He won five of six games, allowing only eight goals. "He is proven," said MacDougall. "You look at the group and its no different than a group in the National Hockey League on a team like Detroit in the past few years with their Stanley Cups. The goalie probably didnt get as much credit as he may have deserved. Now Travis is getting that." The sixth-ranked Saint Marys University Huskies finished second in the AUS, also receiving a bye. They will play No. 8 Moncton in the other semifinal. Should UNB win its semifinal, the Varsity Reds and the other finalist will make the Cavendish University Cup regardless of the AUS champion. The Reds are already guaranteed one of the six spots as tournament host. ' ' ' nfl jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic cheap nfl jerseys nfl shop wholesale jerseys
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