#1 admitted general manager Masai Ujiri von lebaobei123 06.03.2019 04:17

Jordan Spieth believes he has put his dramatic Masters collapse behind him, but is working hard on his swing to avoid suffering a similar fate in future pressure situations. Defending champion Spieth held a five-shot lead with nine holes to play at Augusta National in April, only to bogey the 10th and 11th and then take a quadruple-bogey seven on the 12th, where he hit two balls into the water. Sarah Stirk and Nick Dougherty preview this years Players Championship. The world No 2 has not played competitively since, but returns to action in this weeks Players Championship at Sawgrass, the so-called fifth major which also features a famous par-three - the 17th - which is surrounded by water. I said throughout the week (at Augusta) that I was not striking the ball very well, said Spieth.My miss, given where my club was positioned, was short and right and thats okay at Augusta on almost every other hole. On 12 and 13 it doesnt really work well.I was picking the right shot (on the 12th), maybe just hit it a little thin off the heel, maybe lifted up a little early. Spieth suffered a dramatic collapse at this years Masters That kind of mistake could have happened any other day, it wasnt like the moment was what caused it because Id been in that moment many times already and succeeded, and had failures. Both are going to come.It was the wrong miss so what do we do? We go to the drawing board and figure out how to get my swing to the consistent level it was at during the second half of last year. From the US Open, John Deere (Classic), Open Championship and through into the US PGA my swing was exactly where we wanted it and so weve been working hard to try to get to that position.It got off whenever and I havent really been able to trust it at that level since then. Watch the moment Jordan Spieth threw away the lead at the 12th hole during the 2016 Masters But I put in a lot of good hard work on the driving range and its there right now, its just a matter of being able to trust it on the golf course with trouble around, which may not happen right away, but its getting closer.Watch the Players Championship on Sky Sports. Coverage begins on Sky Sports 4 HD at 6pm on Thursday. Also See: PGA Tour Schedule World Rankings Golf live on Sky Sports 4 Free HD Golf Game Air Max Shoes Australia . 98 jersey in a game yet, and already its a big seller. Wholesale Air Max Australia . PAUL, Minn. http://www.australiawholesaleairmax.com/. With their coach gone, they finally played offence the way he would have wanted. Amare Stoudemire made all seven shots in the first half, Anthony passed and shot well, and the Knicks shook off the surprising departure of their coach to rout the Portland Trail Blazers 121-79 on Wednesday night, snapping a six-game losing streak. 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Thornhills Andrew Wiggins, a lock to go in the top three, will be the first of that group to hear his name called followed by possible lottery picks in guards Nik Stauskas and Tyler Ennis, all hailing from the Greater Toronto Area. Fittingly, Ennis initial stop on the pre-draft circuit came in his hometown, headlining the Raptors first workout session Thursday morning. The Brampton-raised point guard, like Wiggins and Stauskas, has been on their radar for a while. "Weve tracked him [for] a long time," admitted general manager Masai Ujiri. "This is one of those deals where we could go to Syracuse as many times as [we wanted], being close to [Toronto], drive up, so I was fortunate enough to go to a couple practices [and] a couple games." What he saw was a young man at the age of 19 who plays the game and carries himself with poise beyond his years, a common denominator among most of the countrys emerging prospects. "He plays very calm and thats the first thing I noticed," Ujiri said of Ennis, set to enter the NBA following his freshman season at Syracuse. "[Hes] very professional and carries himself the right way." "You see his demeanour and I think hell make a good professional." Ujiri has long been enamoured by the prospect of adding a Canadian-born product but remains steadfast in his belief that it would have to be the right player, in the right situation. Understandably, the Raptors GM will not draft a player simply for his passport, rather that player must be able to contribute at the highest level, address a need on the roster and possess the maturity required to strive in a high-pressure scenario. Ennis is a player who would appear to fit the bill. "I dont think anybody enters the draft just wanting to make a team and be happy there," said Ennis, arguably the best pure point guard in this years class.dddddddddddd. "Personally, I want to make an impact. I thought I was ready for the next level when I decided to enter the draft and if I were to end up on Toronto, I would definitely want to make an impact, especially in my home town." But will he be available to the Raptors at 20? "Id be surprised," Ujiri admitted. Unless the Raptors were to trade up in the draft - a possibility, however unlikely, that Ujiri wont completely rule out - they will likely miss out on that highly touted trio, but given the influx and depth of domestic talent that continues to come out of the country its only a matter of time until they call a Canadian to the podium. "I think anybody thats lucky enough to play in Toronto," Ennis said, "with the fan support that was shown in the playoffs and the great organization that the Raptors have, I think anybody that gets drafted here is lucky. "To have a Canadian would be great for the city, I think everybody would get behind them and I think it would just be a great opportunity." Of course, the Raptors also own a pair of second-round picks - 37 and 59 - where they could snag one of four other eligible Canadians. 7-foot-2 Calgary-native Jordan Bachynski, last seasons NCAA blocked shot leader, was among the participants in Thursdays workouts at the Air Canada Centre, while Quebecs Khem Birch and Torontos Melvin Ejim and Dwight Powell could audition for the Raptors when sessions resume next week. "To have so many Canadians in the draft is big for the country and for the most part, most of them are from the Greater Toronto Area, so I think its great for basketball in Canada and its great for us individually," Ennis added. "All of us have had very good years at our respective universities and wherever we end up I know everybody thats in the draft thats Canadian is hard working and good people off the court, so I think well all be able to find success." ' ' '

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