Four days after a pair of pars on the final hole at Kapalua led to a playoff loss, Niemann holed a 50-foot chip for eagle on the 18th hole Thursday for an 8-under 62 and a share of the lead with Jason Kokrak and Peter Malnati.,“Spent a few days thinking about that last hole, but taking all the positives from the week and pull it out for this week.”,Niemann’s only bogey was when he fell asleep on a 25-foot birdie putt above the hole at No. 12, ran it 10 feet by the hole and three-putted.,Kokrak played bogey-free, and he was as pleased with a 15-foot par putt on No. 1 — his 10th hole of the round — than any of his nine birdies.,It sure was different from last week for Niemann, who missed a 6-foot birdie in regulation (and shot 64) and then in a playoff on the par-5 18th, he pulled it slightly and went down a slope left of the green, leaving a tough chip and a par.
Aldridge missed San Antonio's first two tight losses against the Lakers, but was on fire and led five Spurs in double-figure scoring.,Most of Aldridge's shots were found in the flow of the offense, spacing the floor or cutting to the basket without the ball.,Aldridge hit an elbow jumper, and after an Anthony Davis layup drilled a triple to put the Spurs up 12-2.,Rudy Gay hit an impossible-seeming desperation jumper over Anthony Davis in the post, then knocked down the open three that he's struggled with this season off a sliding pass from Patty.,Aldridge's tear continued in the period, but the Lakers kept it close with LeBron assisting on 19 of the first 23 in the period for Los Angeles.
MARION, Iowa (KCRG) - Linn-Mar Senior swimmer Tristan Bohn is a special needs student who has Autism, Tourettes Disorder and several other challenges.,You will see him in the pool every morning swimming lap after lap with his Linn-Mar teammates.,Linn-Mar swimming coach Tom Belin said Bohn is just like any other swimmer.,Tristan loves competing with his Linn-Mar teammates and has developed a special bond with fellow Senior David Rubin who has been good friends with Tristan since 6th grade and even drove him to practice everyday last year.,This is Tristan’s final year at Linn-Mar, but probably not his last in the pool.
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HOUSTON — The Brooklyn Nets are getting James Harden as part of a trade involving the Houston Rockets, Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers, according to multiple reports.,NBA.com reports Houston will get Dante Exum, Rodions Kurucs and four first-round picks, including Cleveland's 2022 first-round pick from the Milwaukee Bucks.,Houston initially also received Caris LeVert from the Nets but instead will acquire Victor Oladipo from the Indiana Pacers in exchange for LeVert, per NBA.com.,Harden, the 2018 NBA MVP and eight-time All-Star, was drafted third overall by the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2009.,Harden has been the league's leading scorer the last three seasons.