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TOWSON, Md. -- Isaiah Still scored 16 points with 3 of 6 3-pointers at the Barclays Center Classic on Friday night and Robert Morris beat Hampton 62-48 for its first win of the season.Stills first 3-pointer sparked a 9-4 run and the Colonials shot 6 of 14 from long distance to lead 36-20 at halftime.Brandon Burke converted a 3-point play and Robert Morris pulled ahead 45-24 in the second half and led by as many as 22 points. But the Colonials scored one point over the next seven and a half minutes and the Pirates closed to within 48-36 on Lawrence Cooks two free throws.Still made two free throws for a 59-48 lead with 26 seconds left and the Colonials won going away.Aaron Tate scored 12 points and Kavon Stewart 11 for Robert Morris (1-5).Branden Aughburns and Devon Oakley scored nine points each for the Pirates (1-4). http://www.authenticshoptitans.com/bruce-matthews-jersey/ . The return match will take place next Wednesday. Udinese leads Fiorentina 2-1 in the other semifinal. 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That is the potentially embarrassing question for SANZAAR competition organisers.While results may well make the question redundant, it has to be said there is every prospect that will be what happens, especially given the intensity of the New Zealand games this year.But the big factor will be how the Lions perform against the Crusaders. The Lions at least have played against each of the New Zealand franchises and set up their season with an outstanding win over the Chiefs in Hamilton in the second round of the competition.They look a formidable side, certainly the best of the South African teams and while they gave away the No.1 seeds home advantage through to the final by sending their second string team to Buenos Aires, they can counter that by saying they have a rested team ready to meet the Crusaders challenge.It is tough for the Crusaders; they disappointed in their loss to the Chiefs in Suva a few weeks back and then were considerably outplayed by the Hurricanes whose bonus-point win allowed them to come through as the Super Rugbys minor premiers.That also meant they were left with a daunting travel plan to Johannesburg by not flying out until Tuesday ahead of a Saturday game. Thats tough in anyones language.But they should have Sam Whitelock and Andy Ellis back at lock and half-back respectively. They were late absentees in Christchurch at the weekend and they are key players for the side. Whitelock especially is invaluable in lineout play and will be needed to compete with the Lions in that discipline.For so long the Crusaders had the measure of consistency and while that hasnt been as potent as in earlier days, there is still a core of it and I wouldnt rule them out of turning their game around in South Africa. They have to if they want to send coach Todd Blackadder out on a more positive note.But you have to admit the Hurricanes have found their form at the right time. They had quite a tough finish to the season with away games against the Blues, Waratahs and Crusaders, and they won the lot. That says something about their approach and the unity that has developed in the side.What I enjoyed about all the key games at the weekend was the passion with which teams with a playoffs chance competed. They definitely wanted to win and that was great to see. There was an edge to games and the Hurricanes were no exception; their forwards have really come on and have built on last years effort which saw them beaten in the final.Against the Sharks this week, they will be wary of slipping up at home. But it is difficult not to imagine them tuned to a high pitch, especially after the disappointment of their loss to the Sharks in regular season play.They also showed they had learnt from last seasons loss in the final too the Highlanders.dddddddddddd There were times in their game when the Crusaders were only a score away from being back in the contest, but the Hurricanes took their chances and capped it right at the end with Beauden Barretts try to seal a fine performance.In Dunedin, the pressure was on as well. The Highlanders have had such a good record against the Chiefs in recent times that they showed no fear going into the game and that was seen by the way they were prepared to back their mates when there was any hint of trouble. It was all handbags stuff, but it demonstrated how keen both sides were for the win.The pressure was on the Chiefs because they knew the Hurricanes had won in Christchurch with a bonus point and it was possible the Chiefs could get into position to be first and to secure that all-important home advantage.But the Highlanders showed just what a tremendous side they have become.I think No.8 Luke Whitelock demonstrates what they are about. Halfway through the season he wasnt getting regular game time, but since then he has been playing well enough to keep Liam Squire, a new All Blacks back-rower, out of the starting line-up. With Elliot Dixon playing so well they are very strong in that area while in the backs Lima Sopoaga has again shown his class.That penalty kick from halfway which ended up out just short of the goal-line was outstanding and he is right on top of his game, and that is crucial in Super Rugby. It has been said so many times that teams winning the Super title need to have a quality first five-eighths and there is no doubt that is what Sopoaga is.Just a final thought on the Blues, as a Blues fan and former player, I believe the way they finished the season with wins over the Brumbies, and then the Waratahs last Friday, was a great boost and with the players they have got there has to be great hope for the future.Some of the talent coming through in the side is very exciting and full marks to Tana Umaga for bringing that through. Now the challenge is to continue that growth next year.It was a tough night for prop Ofa Tuungafasi in the scrums when he was on the receiving end of some impressive Waratahs pressure. But that can happen and all props have been through it.He should apply the old adage to the lessons he was given in the scrum: I never lose. I win or I learn. That is the approach he has to take. He will need to go back to Mitre 10 Cup rugby and look at what he is doing and learn from it.He will be targeted by every prop he comes up against now as a result of that, but every player suffers that sort of experience. He is young enough, and has the body shape, to be able to cope and I am sure he can come back from that. Wholesale Hoodies NFL Shirts Outlet Jerseys NFL Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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