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Magic Vanish The Nets, 83-77

first_imgNEW YORK — The Orlando Magic were just good enough to extend Brooklyn’s bad stretch at home.Victor Oladipo and Nikola Vucevic each scored 20 points Jan. 8 to lead the Magic to an 83-77 victory over the Nets, who have lost nine straight home games.Aaron Gordon added 14 points and Evan Fournier had 13 for the Magic, who recovered from an 11-point second quarter to snap a four-game losing streak.“Our whole emphasis was finding any way possible to win the game,” Orlando’s Tobias Harris said. “It wasn’t pretty, but I thought we had some pretty good stretches.”Brook Lopez led the Nets with 17 points. Joe Johnson finished with 13.Gordon’s layup with 6:20 left snapped a 68-all tie and gave the Magic the lead for good. Orlando extended its lead to 81-72 on Oladipo’s 3-pointer with 2:42 left and the Nets never got closer than six the rest of the way.Oladipo made a career-best six 3-pointers.“They were doubling Vucevic,” Oladipo said. “When Vucevic does a great job of drawing them into him and then kicking it out, we’ve just got to shoot it with confidence and that’s all I did today.”Brooklyn hasn’t won at home since a 100-91 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Dec. 10. The Nets’ team record is 14 straight home losses set in 2009-10, when they finished 12-70 while playing in New Jersey.“I’m starting to sound like a broken record here at home,” Nets coach Lionel Hollins said. “Turnovers were rearing their head. And, in the last quarter we couldn’t make a play, couldn’t make a shot and again we come away with a loss.”Vucevic also had 10 rebounds, while Harris contributed nine points, 11 rebounds and eight assists.Shane Larkin had 12 points for Brooklyn. Thaddeus Young finished with 11 points and nine rebounds.“We’re playing well enough on the defensive end to win games,” Larkin said. “It’s frustrating. You should win an NBA game if you’re allowing 83 points.”The Magic used a 23-9 run to take a 26-13 lead on Oladipo’s 3-pointer with 3:09 left in the first quarter.The Nets then held the Magic to 4-of-15 shooting in the second quarter, Orlando’s lowest-scoring period of the season, and took a 38-37 advantage at halftime.“We came out of the gate pretty sharp,” Magic coach Scott Skiles said. “We were really moving the ball again and then our bench came in and kind of buzz-killed it a bit.”Brooklyn scored the final six points of the third, including Wayne Ellington’s long 3-pointer at the buzzer, to take a 62-60 edge.(JEFFREY BERNSTEIN) TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

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Corelis introduces ScanExpress v 9.4 boundary-scan software suite

first_img Continue Reading Previous Farnell: Avnet SmartEdge Industrial IoT gateway now availableNext Abaco: rugged XMC delivers 2.3 TeraFLOPS of peak performance and support for CUDA and OpenCL Corelis announced version 9.4 of its ScanExpress Boundary-Scan Suite of Software is now available. ScanExpress Runner now includes an asynchronous API for integration with third party applications. The asynchronous execution functions allow applications to integrate ScanExpress Runner functionality without having to wait for execution to finish—applications can now begin execution and then poll to determine current status or abort the current execution.ScanExpress Runner now includes full test plan and test step path information in the test log file for improved traceability. Additionally, flash manufacturer and device ID information will now be included in diagnostics and test logs when Manufacturer ID and Device ID tests pass. Finally, we’ve improved JAM/STAPL diagnostics to include additional checksum data when available.ScanExpress Runner Gang can now utilize USB-1149.1/4E and QuadTAP/CFM hardware for concurrent test execution. Gang (concurrent) tests on up to 4 TAPs can now be run on the benchtop with USB-1149.1/4E hardware or integrated into Teradyne testers with the QuadTAP/CFM and expander cards.ScanExpress JET now supports Marvell OCTEON III CN7200 Multi-Core MIPS64 Processors and Texas Instruments TMS320C6748 DSP Processors. Each new processor support package includes base RAM and NOR flash tests and programming support. Please contact Corelis Sales for pricing and availability. Additionally, Ethernet loopback tests are now included for NXP i.MX6 Applications Processors.Existing Corelis customers with a valid maintenance contract can now access the new software through the Corelis support website. Corelis offers free training to all clients so that they may utilize the various new product features and innovations now available.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software last_img read more

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ISL 2018-19: 10-man Mumbai play out 1-1 draw against table-toppers Bengaluru

first_imgBengaluru FC failed to capitalise on their numerical advantage as they were held to a 1-1 draw by 10-men Mumbai City FC in an engrossing Hero Indian Super League battle at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru, on Sunday.In an end-to-end affair till the last minute, Udanta Singh gave Bengaluru the lead in the 23rd minute. Modou Sougou equalized in the 31st minute and the teams could not be separated for the remainder of the match as Bengaluru maintained their unbeaten record and Mumbai took their unbeaten streak to seven matches.The point preserves Bengaluru’s three-point advantage at the top while Mumbai City are second with 21 points.Sunil Chhetri’s vision to thread a through-ball into the box to pick out a clever run by Chencho Gyeltshen almost resulted in the hosts taking an early lead in the sixth minute. The Bhutanese forward latched on to his captain’s pass but drove a low shot across the face of goal that failed to test Mumbai custodian Amrinder Singh.The hosts’ intent in the final third helped them take the lead in the 23rd minute. Chencho Gyeltshen played a through ball to release Rahul Bheke into space down the left flank. The full-back’s cross found Udanta Singh perfectly positioned in the centre of the box and the Indian winger managed to beat the tall figure of Lucian Goian to a header into the net.Mumbai City attempted to punish the home side’s high line and Modou Sougou was tasked with exploiting the space behind the Bengaluru backline. After three offside calls, Sougou’s persistence paid off in the 31st minute. Arnold Issoko dribbled infield from the right flank and played a delightful cross into the centre for the Senegalese striker whose diving header left Gurpreet Singh rooted to the spot.Gurpreet was troubled again in the 36th minute when Issoko produced another brilliant ball towards the far post. Nishu Kumar lost track of Rafael Bastos but the striker’s header was well kept out by the Indian goalkeeper.Bengaluru were in the ascendancy soon after the break. Substitute Xisco Hernandez found Sunil Chhetri in space just outside the box in the 49th minute and the striker’s swerving strike that took a minor deflection off Goian forced an excellent finger-tip save from Amrinder Singh.Mumbai were reduced to 10 men two minutes later. With the game on an equal footing, Sehnaj Singh’s foolhardy challenge on Dimas Delgado at the halfway line was punished with a second yellow.But despite the numerical disadvantage, Mumbai kept on pushing and in the 64th minute, quick footwork helped Rafael Bastos get the better of Albert Serran near the byline and tease a cross towards the near post where Sougou’s header flew just wide.The sending off did nothing to impact the pace of the game as both sides looked for a match-winning goal. A scramble inside the box in the 73rd minute resulted in Xisco Hernandez finding the ball at his feet but the Spaniard’s shot was saved by Amrinder. Erik Paartalu’s header from the resulting corner-kick struck the crossbar and went out.Despite frantic passages of play towards the end, there were no victors in what was a closely-fought tie.advertisementAlso Read | No water! Are we saving money for January? Jose Mourinho jokes at press conferenceAlso Read | Sterling subjected to racial abuse at Stamford Bridge? Chelsea to review video footagelast_img read more

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