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Brooklyn, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - DeMar DeRozan finished with 26 points and nine assists as the Toronto Raptors defeated the Brooklyn Nets 127-122 for a thrilling overtime victory on Friday. Lou Williams netted 25 points, Amir Johnson had 24 points and seven rebounds and Jonas Valanciunas supplied 14 points and 11 boards for the Raptors, who won their fifth straight win. Brook Lopez and Jarrett Jack each scored a season-high 35 points, with Lopez also grabbing 12 rebounds and Jack tallying 13 assists for the Nets, who have dropped their last four games. After DeRozan knocked down a jumper, Johnsons putback layup gave the Raptors a 120-117 edge with 1:41 to go in the extra session, but Lopezs three-point play tied the game on the next possession. DeRozan then hit a runner and was fouled, but missed the ensuing free throw. Jack went down the court and tied the game again on a floater with 56.6 seconds left. Mason Plumlee then blocked DeRozan on a layup attempt, but Amir Johnson was there for another putback. After Jack missed a jumper and Bojan Bogdanovic a trey, Brooklyn was forced to foul. DeRozan knocked down two free throws and Kyle Lowry split a pair to seal the win. Brooklyn roared in front during the fourth quarter as Plumlee and Jack each knocked down a pair of free throws to end a 12-0 run for a 97-93 score with 6:35 to play. Williams fadeaway jumper made it a one-point game and Johnsons free throws put the Raptors ahead 109-108 with 1:28 remaining. After Patterson countered Bogdanovics two free throws with a tip shot, Johnson hit a jumper to give Brooklyn a one-point edge with 33.5 seconds to go. Lopez split a pair from the charity stripe, but Johnson dunked to tie the game at 113-113 with 12.1 to play. Jack was stripped of the ball while driving through the lane and Lopezs shot off the inbounds clanked off the rim at the buzzer to send the game into overtime. The Raptors jumped out to a 12-0 lead less than four minutes into the game and led 29-23 at the end of the first quarter. Brooklyn vaulted in front after Lopez scored five straight points and Jack followed with a jumper and a pair of free throws, but Williams made four foul shots and Valanciunas layup capped an 8-0 run as the Raptors took a nine- point lead. They led 66-54 at halftime. Toronto was ahead 76-59 after Valanciunas hit a turnaround jumper and then a hook shot at 8:03 of the third frame. Jack netted eight of the Nets final 10 points as they trailed 90-82 going into the final stanza. Game Notes Nets guard Deron Williams missed his 11th straight game with a rib injury ... Brooklyn has lost its last seven games at home for the first time since the franchise were winless in New Jersey on Feb. 3-22, 2012 ... The two teams will meet again in Toronto on Feb. 4. Fake NBA Jerseys . -- Houston Rockets coach Kevin McHale searched more than three quarters for five guys who would play well together. Fake Jerseys Outlet . -- Scottie Wilbekin sat on the bench for the final minute, holding a bag of ice against his left knee. http://www.fakejersey.com/fake-adidas-jerseys/. In the days leading up to the draft, TSN.ca and TSN Radio basketball analyst Duane Watson looks at some of the names that will be headlining the event. Watch the 2014 NBA Draft on TSN, Thursday at 7pm et/4pm pt. Fake Jerseys . Off-Season Game Plan looks at the Capitals possible summer plans, with the understanding that its tough to plot a direction without a general manager or head coach around which to set those expectations. Fake Jerseys Online .com) - A top-10 showdown is on tap in at the McKale Center on Saturday, as the 10th-ranked Arizona Wildcats play host to the eighth-ranked Utah Utes in a key Pac-12 matchup.On Tuesday, Canada Soccer unveiled its new technical development vision for soccer in Canada, entitled Canada Soccer Pathway. Your Goals. Our Game. The pathway consists of three streams of play: recreational, competitive and EXCEL (the high performance level of the game). On hand to discuss the pathway were Canada Soccer Technical Director, Tony Fonseca, womens national team head coach, John Herdman, and Canada Soccer Long-Term Player Development Manager, Sylvie Béliveau. According to Béliveau, the pathway is "built around the principles of long-term player development and encourages lifelong participation. At Canada Soccer, we believe all players deserve the best possible soccer experience, and our Canada Soccer Pathway is designed to place their needs front and centre at each and every stage." The creation of different streams in youth soccer is long overdue, and a move that is likely to be met with approval across the country. Clubs are the primary delivery agents of the recreational and competitive streams, and in the coming weeks, Canada Soccer will release a national curriculum that supports coaches working with players in the first three stages of LTPD. Canada Soccer hopes to have the curriculum for the rest of the stages ready for release by the end of the summer. The national curriculum will be a valuable resource for coaches – especially for the thousands of volunteer coaches across the country working with young players. The curriculum will contain a "Preferred Training Model" that incorporates "station work", so that clubs that are heavily reliant on volunteer coaches can maximize their resources in order to provide the best development environment possible. The preferred model allows for a four-parent collective approach to training, and frees up the volunteer parent-coach from trying to impart too much technical or tactical information in one session. There are many benefits of taking such an approach at the early stages of player development. It maximizes the availability of coaching and facility resources, it aids volunteer parent coaches by allowing them to pool their knowledge, and it places players into an environment that meets their learning needs, where shorter, diverse sessions are broken up into varying activities of different intensity.dddddddddddd There are some questions that still need to be addressed with such an approach, though. Utilizing a "station work" approach to training requires guidance and oversight from a trained facilitator or coach educator. Do the majority of clubs across the country that are working with players between the ages of 4-12 have coach educators on staff? If not, how does Canada Soccer train coaches to be able to perform this role? Is the long-awaited "Childrens License" that has been in development finally going to be given the resources it needs to be completed? The Preferred Training Model suggests that an assessment-based coaching qualification such as this is required, so one would hope that its completion would be given top priority. More pressing questions arise when one looks further along the Canada Soccer Pathway. Given the significance of HP (high-performance) leagues in the Pathway, will Canada Soccer assume direct control of these leagues? If not, how will Canada Soccer ensure that such leagues will be open to both non-profit community clubs and for-profit private academies? If Canada Soccer is going to leave the operation of HP leagues to the respective provincial associations, how will Canada Soccer ensure that political forces do not undermine technical decisions – like the inclusion of private academies? If we are serious about creating the best possible environments for player development in Canada, then politics have no place in our technical decision-making process. Among the documents released on Tuesday was a community guide for long-term player development, as well as a womens EXCEL program guide for players and parents. Both documents provide some valuable insight into the direction of the game in Canada. Those expecting Tuesdays announcement to contain the answers for all of our developmental woes will feel very underwhelmed. Our problems run deep, and require a series of detailed, long-term solutions. While this is just the first step, it is important to remember that every long journey starts with a single step. I, for one, am hopeful that this step will take us in the right direction. ' ' '

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