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honours returning military veterans • Absender: jinshuiqian0713, 24.09.2019 08:12

NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. - After her 10th-place finish at the U.S. Womens open, Canadian teenager Brooke Henderson says shes keeping her options open when it comes to turning pro. But the 16-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ont., says right now she remains committed to a scholarship at the University of Florida once she finishes high school. "I am still committed to the University of Florida right now but well just see," she said Monday, as she prepared to compete in the second stop of the season for the Canadian Womens Tour in Niagara Falls, Ont. "LPGA is definitely my goal and I hope to have a successful career out there sometime soon. I dont know when that is right now, if its this year, next year or four years, after I finish university." The Open was won by another former teenage golf legend, Michelle Wie, 24, who turned pro just before her 16th birthday. The Open was her first major win. Henderson, who had the best score among amateurs at the challenging No. 2 Pinehurst course, admitted to some anxious moments at the start of her second Open. "The course was very difficult . . . and the beginning of the week I was a little bit intimidated because it was so hard and it was running so firm and fast," she said. But she got more comfortable as she worked her way to that final round 69. "I just knew that i had to hit certain spots on the fairways and certain spots on the greens and then it would be all right. I was able to hit the ball really well (last) week and hit those spots, which made it a little easier on me." Henderson, the No. 3-ranked amateur in the world, edged the top amateur, Australian Minjee Lee, by three strokes to take the low-amateur medal. She didnt get much of a break after the Open with a long drive to Niagara Falls but says shes always happy to be playing on the Canadian Tour. 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TSNs Farhan Lalji reports the Edmonton Eskimos non-import DT has a workout scheduled with an NFL team next week and isnt expected to sign a deal with any team until then.MIAMI - Just about every statistic was what the Miami Heat would have wanted.They kept Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook off the foul line for the most part, watched Oklahoma Citys two stars combine to miss every 3-pointer they tried, limited both to under 20 points and held the Thunder far below their typical scoring output of late.And even that wasnt enough.Durant and Westbrook both scored 19 points and the Thunder beat the Heat 94-86 on Tuesday night — the win putting Oklahoma City over the .500 mark for the first time this season.We did a great job of keeping our composure, just playing through the defence, Thunder coach Scott Brooks said.The stats that doomed the Heat: A 21-11 difference in turnovers, a 22-9 disparity in points off turnovers, and the Thunder getting up 92 shots to Miamis 68.To leave a real competitive defensive game like that on the table is pretty disappointing, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.Westbrook grabbed 10 rebounds, Durant added eight rebounds and eight assists, Reggie Jackson scored 16 points and Anthony Morrow added 12 for Oklahoma City — who were nine games under .500 in late November, when Durant was still sidelined with a broken foot.The Thunder are 13-5 with Durant in the lineup, and now winners of 18 of their last 26 — but Durant said getting over the .500 mark meant nothing.We have to keep pushing, Durant said. Were not worried about it. We didnt come in here and rejoice because were over .500.Dwyane Wade scored 18 points and Chris Bosh added 16 for Miami, which fell to 7-13 at home.Durant was 0 for 8 from 3-point range — matching the second-worst showing of his career — and the Thunder got to the foul line only 10 times, less than half their team average coming into the night.It didnt matter, especially after Miami shot only 42 per cent in the final three quarters. Miami had three shots to tie or take thee lead in the fourth quarter, all of them missing and the Thunder would eventually pull away.ddddddddddddWe werent loose with the ball, but we werent taking care of the ball, Bosh said.The game was the exact midpoint of the regular season for both teams. Oklahoma City went 21-20 in its first 41 games, Miami went 18-23.Trying, Wade said, when asked to describe the seasons first half.___TIP-INSThunder: Oklahoma City had four steals in a 55-second span of the first quarter, two by Westbrook, two by Andre Roberson. ... Durant posed for photos and shook hands with U.S. Army Sgt. Ian Vaquero, the nights honoree as part of the Heats HomeStrong program that honours returning military veterans at each game, during warmups. ... The Thunder have gone 28-13 over the second half of their schedule in each of the last two seasons.Heat: Backup centre Chris Andersen had a unique sequence in the second quarter, getting dunked on by Durant at one end and making a 3-pointer — just the eighth of his career — on the ensuing Heat possession. ... Miami wore new black tie uniforms, a nod to mens formalwear. ... Wade appeared in his 750th regular-season game. ... Bosh broke a tie with Glen Rice and moved into the No. 7 spot on Miamis all-time rebound list.WHITESIDE HURTMiami lost starting centre Hassan Whiteside in the second quarter to a sprained right ankle. X-rays were negative. Whiteside finished with 10 points on 5 for 5 shooting — three of them dunks — in 11 minutes. He did not travel with the team to Charlotte for a game Wednesday night.DURANT FINEDurant got a scare in the second half when he fell after a dunk in transition, remaining down on the court for a few minutes. He said after the game that it was just a stinger, and he didnt expect it to be an issue going forward.UP NEXTThunder: At Washington on Wednesday.Heat: At Charlotte on Wednesday. ' ' '


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