#1 the unrest in Zimbabwe ahead von riluowanying123 17.03.2019 09:47

DALLAS -- Mavericks center Salah Mejri has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, a procedure that isnt expected to sideline the 7-foot-2 Tunisian during the season.Mejri, who had surgery Thursday, emerged as an energetic shot-blocker and rebounder in the second half of his rookie season in Dallas. He turned 30 in June.While the Mavericks plan to pursue a starting center in free agency, they like the youth and promise in Mejri and the 6-11 Dwight Powell, who turns 25 in July. Powell is all Dallas has left to show for the ill-fated Rajon Rondo trade with Boston in December 2014.Mejri averaged 3.7 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in 34 games with six starts last season. Soccer Jerseys Sale . And when it opened, every player was at his stall. Thats a sure sign that a team is in a slump and is searching for answers. "Its embarrassing to be at home and play the way we did," said defenceman Josh Gorges. Wholesale Soccer Jerseys . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.chinajerseyssoccer.com/ . Aside from the trilogy main event title fight, there are a number of intriguing matchups in the heavyweight, welterweight and lightweight divisions. Clearance Soccer Jerseys Online . Capitals head coach Adam Oates said Ovechkin was injured in the first period against the Vancouver Canucks on Monday and clarified it was not a head injury. Cheap Soccer Jerseys China . It was the second consecutive win for the Pacers (2-5), who lost their first five preseason games. Jeff Teague led the Hawks (1-5) with 17 points and eight assists and Al Horford had 12 points and seven rebounds. Mike Scott scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) is monitoring the unrest in Zimbabwe ahead of its teams tour to the country later this month. Widespread protests against economic and civil issues have taken place in Zimbabwe this week.New Zealands departure for Africa will not be delayed as of now, NZC public affairs manager Richard Boock told the New Zealand Herald, but the board will keep a close watch on the situation as the team prepares for the two Tests against Zimbabwe at a camp in Pretoria, South Africa.We are monitoring closely what is happening in Zimbabwe, Boock said. There are no plans to delay the players leaving New Zealand. While in camp in Pretoria, we will be able to keep an eye on what is going on. South Africa A are in Harare at present, and we will be liaising with South Africa Cricket and the British High Commission in Harare.Currently, South Africa A are in Zimbabwe to play twoo four-day games, one each in Harare and Bulawayo.dddddddddddd In June, India had played three ODIs and three T20s in Harare without incident.The New Zealand team is scheduled to fly to South Africa on July 11, before moving to Zimbabwe in time for a three-day warm-up game in Harare from July 22. The Tests are set to be played in Bulawayo between July 28 and August 10.A nationwide strike to protest a lack of jobs and unpaid wages was organised in Zimbabwe on July 6, leaving city streets deserted. On Monday, taxi drivers clashed with security forces in Harare over issues of extortion, leading to many arrests. Several other strikes - reportedly featuring the likes of civil servants, doctors, teachers - have also taken place in the drought-hit country. ' ' '

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