BAR HARBOR — Results from the Bar Harbor Golf Club championship from Aug. 29 are listed below:Class C: PJ Davis – 96/94=190; Jerry Carriere – 93/100=193; George Lee – 102/91=193.Class B: Mark Leonardi – 89/82=171; Rob Underwood – 84/88=172; John Bannister – 87/86=173.Class A: Art Malaussena – 74/79=153; Don Beckmann – 77/78=155; Al Cochran – 75/80=155.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
According to ESPN, Brogdon is expected to be out for six to eight weeks.Milwaukee’s Malcolm Brogdon is expected to miss six-to-eight weeks with minor plantar fascia tear in his right foot, league sources tell @malika_andrews and me.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) March 17, 2019Brogdon has been under the radar, but is one of the NBA’s most efficient shooters. He is on pace to join the prestigious 50-40-90 club and is averaging a career-high 15.6 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists in 64 games for the Bucks in 2018-19. The Bucks could be without Malcolm Brogdon for a while.Milwaukee announced Saturday the third-year guard has suffered a minor plantar fascia tear in his right foot. He sustained the injury in a win over the Heat on Friday and is out indefinitely. The 2017 rookie of the year has been an impactful contributor for his team, helping lead Milwaukee (52-17) to the best record in the NBA. The Eastern Conference-leading Bucks are 9-3 since the All-Star break, but losing Brogdon temporarily could be big. They will face off against a dangerous 76ers team on Sunday.
“That’s the business of it. It is what it is,” Russell told reporters earlier this month, via The Athletic. “You put yourself in position to go somewhere for a long period of time and it may not be what it is a year later. That’s the business. I’ve come to the realization of that, I understand that. Whatever situation I’m in, I know the business side of it. We’ll just see. I can’t predict it.” D’Angelo Russell understands his partnership with the Warriors may or may not last long term: “You put yourself in a position to go somewhere a long time and it might not be what it is a year later.” pic.twitter.com/ITdbIA99y7— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) July 9, 2019The Warriors traded Andre Iguodala to the Grizzlies in order to create salary cap space to land Russell. They also signed center Willie Cauley-Stein, along with wings Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III. “(Russell’s a) dynamic player in the pick-and-roll, excellent shooter and I like his in-between game,” Kerr said. “He makes a lot of plays out of the pick-and-roll. Those float shots are tough to master, and he makes those pretty routinely. So, we can do a lot of things with D’Angelo on and off the ball.”Russell is expected to slot into the Warriors’ backcourt next to star Stephen Curry in 2019-20 as Klay Thompson continues to recover from the torn ACL he suffered in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Raptors. Related News Charles Barkley thinks Warriors will struggle to make NBA playoffs Bob Myers addresses Kevin Durant leaving Warriors for Nets Steve Kerr is ready to integrate a new star into the Warriors’ offense.Kevin Durant joined the Nets in free agency this summer, but Golden State managed to offset that loss, somewhat, by acquiring guard D’Angelo Russell in a sign-and-trade. Kerr discussed the addition of Russell during a recent appearance on NBC Sports Bay Area’s “The Warriors Insider Podcast.” “I’m anxious to get started with him and see how he’s going to play with Steph,” Kerr said. “We’ll probably run more pick-and-roll than we have in the past, given our change in personnel. But, I’m really excited to have him on board and can’t wait to coach him.”Russell had a career year for the Nets last season, averaging 21.1 points and seven assists while shooting 36.9% from 3-point range. He made his first All-Star team, as well.Russell inked a four-year max contract, but many have speculated the Warriors may look to move him for another asset once Thompson returns healthy.