KSRM Week In Review 12/4-12/8

first_imgThursday 12/7Homer Hockey Players Recognized For Good Samaritan Act Friday 12/8 FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Monday 12/4Two Alaskan Voices May Be Heard On GOP Tax Conference CommitteeTidings Of Comfort And Joy Keeps Busy Season Calm, Prepare For Keeping Safe And Comfortable Before Lights Go Out Seaton Finds “Closed” Sign At Republican PrimaryCruise Ship Traffic Continues Full Steam Ahead, City Of Kenai To Install Weather Cams At Kenai Airport, Tuberculosis Still Prevalent In Alaska Wednesday 12/6Record- Breaking $21.2 million North Slope Oil Lease Sales AnnouncedOver $500,000 Granted To Local Nonprofits By Seward Community Foundation,Spring Creek Has Gone To The Dogs Industry Outlook Forum Focuses On Diversity, State Opens Bids For Northern Alaska Oil And Gas Lease Sales, Five-Year-Old In Anchorage Killed By Self Inflicted Gunshot Tuesday 12/5Discussions On Latest AKLNG Developments Kenai Senior Center Meals On Wheels Gifted New Subaru Outback, City Of Kenai Finds Warm Storage Solution For Road Sand, Kenai Peninsula Announces New School Board Presidentlast_img read more

Doncic dominates as Mavs clip Kings in OT

first_imgLuka Doncic capped a 34-point, 20-rebound, 12-assist triple-double with a basket inside to break a tie with 1:57 remaining in overtime yesterday afternoon as the Dallas Mavericks outlasted the Sacramento Kings for a 114-110 victory. Tim Hardaway Jr. had six of his 22 points in the extra session, helping the Mavericks (41-29) win for the first time in three tries in the NBA bubble.De’Aaron Fox went for a team-high 28 points for the Kings (28-39), who fell to the brink of elimination in the Western Conference playoff race with a third straight defeat since the restart.A Buddy Hield 3-pointer gave Sacramento a 102-99 lead with 3:30 left in overtime before Hardaway was fouled on a 3-point attempt and converted three straight free throws for the game’s final tie at 102-all. Doncic then connected on his go-ahead hoop and Maxi Kleber then hit a 3-pointer with 1:22 to go, propelling the Mavericks to the win.The Kings got threes from Hield and Bogdan Bogdanovic in the final 10 seconds to close within 112-110, but Trey Burke nailed two free throws with 4.4 seconds remaining to ice Dallas’ win.The Kings led almost the entire regulation, using nine first-quarter 3-pointers to build a 37-27 advantage after 12 minutes. Hield (three), Fox (two) and Cory Joseph (two) combined for seven of the early threes. The Mavericks rallied into a 52-all tie on a pair of free throws by Kristaps Porzingis with 2:46 remaining in the half, but then never drew even again until Kleber hit one of two foul shots with 1:52 remaining, squaring the score at 95-all.The teams combined for seven missed shots and a turnover over the scoreless final 1:52 of regulation. Fox missed three of the shots, including a buzzer-beating 18-footer.Doncic’s triple-double was his league-leading 16th of the season, while his 20 rebounds were a career-high, eclipsing his previous best of 18 set against New Orleans in December. Porzingis matched Hardaway with 22 points, while Dorian Finney-Smith collected a career-high 16 rebounds to complement 16 points.Fox added a team-high nine assists for the Kings, who outshot the Mavericks 41.3 percent to 36.7.Hield added 21 points and Kent Bazemore 16 for Sacramento, while Nemanja Bjelica had a double-double with 12 points and a team-high 13 rebounds. —Field Level Medialast_img read more