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25.02.2019 03:11
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The second day of the League of Legends World Championship (Worlds) played out accordingly to the preordained script -- at for the most part. The chalk teams won out and the underdogs were rolled upon.It was business as usual for the defending Worlds Champions, SKT Telecom T1, in the teams first match over the North American squad Cloud 9. The clinic began in the lane phase with star mid laner, Lee Faker Sang-hyeok shutting down Cloud 9s main playmaker, Nicolaj Jensen Jensen. From there, the Korean juggernauts were vultures picking off their prey, and they systematically finished the match with ease.It was another crushing victory for Chinese Royal Never Give Up (RNG) over a very overwhelmed Splyce. The second seed from the Chinese region came out of day two as one of the top contenders for the championship. The new patient and macro-intensive focus in the lane phase combined with the teams superior team fighting prowess is a matchup nightmare for any opponent.Winners of the day: I May and Team SoloMidI May played a complete game against the Flash Wolves. Even when the balance of the match was even, I May made the correct plays to stunt the growth of the major disrupters, Huang Maple Yi-Tang and jungler Hung Karsa Hau-Hsuan. The Chinese squad played great defense around its Varus pick and made crisp decisions for neutral objectives and map control. This is a team to scout out for because of Jinshan Jinjiao Xie and Hawoon Athena Kangs balanced attack.Team SoloMid (TSM) shook off the defeat of yesterday and utterly smashed through Samsung Galaxy. Samsungs mistakes from yesterday (overextension, poor execution in rotations and fights, and weak vision control) were exploited to the maximum degree and suffocated the teams chances for a comeback. The TSM dissection started early with a 4K gold lead at 10 minutes and never relented. This was a necessary bounce-back victory for the best North American team.Losers of the day: Samsung Galaxy and INTZ e-SportsWith so little time for improvement and turnover, Samsung Galaxys shortcomings were fleshed out and exposed by a superior team. The South Koreans inconsistencies that reared its ugly head toward the end of the League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) split continued on day two. Despite the talent on the roster, it did not factor into the indecision and directionless approach that came after the team lost its lane phase. The resolve must be stronger, the decision-making needs to be direct, and the rotations must be clean for the remainder of the group stage, or its lights out.Just when the INTZ e-Sports hype train was ready to leave the station, reality in the form of H2K delayed the destination. In a matchup of eerily similar styles and objectives, it was the veteran European team that took firm control and dominated the short game. It took only 30 minutes for the clock to strike midnight and slap the sense back into the International Wildcard darlings of day one. That said, the loss in a macro game plan against arguably one of the better macro teams was no insult and the pool play is just in its infancy. INTZ e-Sports can still pull off a miracle tournament run, but it will take more than a dominating top lane snowball to do so.Team that needed improvement: Flash WolvesOn paper, it was tough to pick a winner out of I May and Flash Wolves, but the game was effectively over from the draft phase. This is a team with plenty of talent that should scare off opposition starting with playmaking jungler, Karsa to the damage-dealers, Maple and Wen NL An Hsiung. It was just disappointing to see a draft that did not fit the abilities of these skilled individuals. Instead of consistent and reliable engage or even longer-range poke, it was a low wave-clear and siege lineup that relied on too many variables from the opposing side. If Flash Wolves want to be on winners column, it starts with the draft. Nike Vapormax España .com) - Following a late-game loss to the reigning NBA champs, the Toronto Raptors will look to sustain their recent high-level play as they travel to Indiana to take on the Pacers. Nike Vapormax Comprar Online . PAUL, Minn. http://www.baratasvapormax.es/ . LOUIS -- Theres no telling how these wacky World Series games will end. Nike Vapormax En Oferta . The 28-year-old from Calgary matched his career best after missing just one shot in his two rounds of shooting in the mens 10-kilometre sprint competition. Smith finished in 23 minutes 15. Comprar Nike Vapormax Baratas . Jeff Green scored 13 points and Kris Humphries 12 for the Celtics, who nearly blew an 18-point, second-half lead. Sullingers 20-20 was the first by a Celtics player since Kevin Garnetts first game in Boston in 2007. Garnett was dealt -- along with Paul Pierce -- to Brooklyn during the off-season. GREENWICH, Conn. -- The headmaster of a Connecticut high school has apologized after its football team named one of its plays Hitler.Chris Winters, of Greenwich High School, issued the apology Friday. He called the designation inappropriate and offensive and said the practice has been stopped.A mother from the town of Trumbull told the Connecticut Post (http://bit.ly/2denmBG) her sons freshman football team was playing Greenwich on Thursday when the players charged onto the field shouting Hitler. The newspaper reported the signal for the play was an index finger laid across the upper lip.Debbie Levison told the newspaper her son was angry when he came off the field and told her why. When she asked the coach, he confirmed that they use a play named Hitler.My grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins perished at the hands of Hitler, Levison said Friday. My father and mother suffered unspeakable atrocities during the Holocaust. So yes, Im outraged..ddddddddddddhe newspaper reported the play had been in use for years. Levison said she could not understand how other adults had never intervened.The football team and coaches met Friday with the Connecticut Anti-Defamation League to make sure they understand why it was offensive. Steve Ginsburg, executive director of the group, said he viewed it as a time when education was needed.There was a lack of understanding. This is not a situation where there was any intent to intimidate, or anti-Semitism or anything like that, he said.Levison said the principal and athletic director personally called her to apologize, and they seemed sincere.I think this is symptomatic of the general blurring of lines in our country of what is right and what is wrong, she said.---Information from: Connecticut Post, http://www.connpost.com ' ' '

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