PRIYANNA Ramdhani is now the Badminton World Federation (BWF) CAREBACO Under-19 Junior Champion after winning both the Girls Singles and Girls Doubles finals along with two gold medals on Saturday in front of a large crowd.This is the first time a Guyanese player have ever won the International Championships and the Guyana Badminton Association (GBA) said that they are extremely happy that young Ramdhani has made history, being just 16 years old.The evening started out for the Guyanese player with the Girls Singles final when she defeated the number one seeded player in the tournament– Chequeda De Boulet of Trinidad & Tobago– in sets of 21-10 and 21-4 to take the BWF CAREBACO 2018 Girls Singles Championships.She then went on later in the evening playing in the Girls Doubles Final with DeBoulet of Trinidad & Tobago to defeat Suriname’s pair of Imani Mangroe and Faith Sariman in sets of 21-13 and 21-17.In a release to the media, the GBA noted that they are ‘extremely delighted with results in the BWF Under-19 Championships and congratulates the players that represented us and played their best’.The BWF CAREBACO Senior International Championships which will also be held in Suriname starts today and the players taking part are: NARAYAN RAMDHANI, JONATHAN MANGRA, DARRELL CARPENAY, AKILI HAYNES, TYRESE JEFFREY and PRIYANNA RAMDHANI
Chelsea v Stoke player ratingsHowever, when asked if his team felt under pressure in light of Arsenal’s results, Blues boss Mourinho said: “Not really.”The Portuguese added: “We need to win six matches and we know not to do our countdown based on teams in second, third and fourth losing.“We can’t expect that. Our countdown must be about us winning.”Chelsea moved a step closer to the title by beating Stoke 2-1 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.“We needed six victories and one draw and now we need five victories and one draw,” Mourinho declared. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Remy’s winner puts Chelsea seven clearDefiant Mourinho stands by Costa ‘risk’Chelsea v Stoke player ratings Jose Mourinho says Chelsea do not feel any pressure from Arsenal despite the Gunners’ brilliant recent form.Arsene Wenger’s side have won nine of their last 10 matches – a run which has included victories over Manchester City and Liverpool and taken them up to second place in the table.They are seven points behind leaders Chelsea, who still have to face them at the Emirates Stadim later this month.AdChoices广告
Frank Lampard admitted Chelsea were well below their best in their defeat against Arsenal in the FA Cup final.Christian Pulisic’s early goal gave Chelsea the perfect start at Wembley but the Gunners fought back to win 2-1 and deny Lampard a trophy in his first season as Blues boss. AdChoices广告Luck was against the west London side – Christian Pulisic and Cesar Azpilicieta went off with hamstring injuries and Mateo Kovacic was very harshly sent off in the second half.And Pedro, on as a substitute for his final appearance for the club, was stretchered off in stoppage time with a suspected dislocated shoulder.Embed from Getty Images Another injury to Pulisic is a real blow for the American, who was in fine form after returning from the groin problem which stalled his progress this season after he had made a great start to his Chelsea career.Lampard said he was unsure how serious the hamstring injuries are.He said: “They have to be scanned and assessed over the next three or four days. They clearly won’t be fit for next week.” Even so, Lampard conceded that the performance was below par.He said: “We had a great start and had control of the game. From that point we got sloppy.“Certain circumstances conspired against us. But in terms of football, knowing us, we didn’t play well enough.“We didn’t play well enough. We know that in the dressing room.”Pulisic and Azpilicueta look certain to miss the Champions League game against Bayern Munich.Embed from Getty Images
Contract talks have been in the works to keep Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze, left. OXFORD – Could Ole Miss one day pay its football coach $5 million a year?Athletic director Ross Bjork is not ready to go there, but he may one day have to if Hugh Freeze keeps on winning.Ole Miss is paying Freeze $3 million for 2014 (the first in a four-year deal), and Bjork has already begun contract negotiations with the coach’s representatives on another raise. Bjork seems optimistic that a deal could be done sometime in early December, which is around the same time frame he has had in doing the exact same thing each of the last two seasons.But Bjork is hoping the amount is around $4 million, something other Southeastern Conference coaching peers – such as Auburn’s Gus Malzahn, LSU’s Les Miles and South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier – are set to make in 2015. Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin is making $5 million. It’s a number that is out of proportion with the Aggies’ 7-4 record, but established an interesting precedent for coaches who show a lot of promise but have yet to win a conference championship.“The new number became ($3 million) last year,” Bjork said. “So we’re at three. What’s that new number, is that closer to four? I don’t know if five is the number yet. When does it stop, and who is the program that makes that decision to where does it stop? We don’t want to put ourselves in that position.”There’s more urgency to get this deal done and announced then there has in the past, especially because Florida may come calling after Freeze. Several national reports linked Ole Miss’ coach to the job in Gainesville, now that the Gators and former coach Will Muschamp have parted ways.Hugh Freeze does not want to discuss Florida rumorsAsked directly about his reaction to those reports on Monday’s weekly press conference, Freeze tap-danced a bit in his answer.“I have a policy that I don’t discuss my job status, good or bad,” Freeze said. “I don’t think anything good comes from that. My family and I are extremely happy in Oxford, and I love working with chancellor Dan Jones and Ross Bjork. I will say this: I have great admiration for Will Muschamp, and your heart goes out to him. But the way he has handled the adversity is a great lesson for a lot of us.“My total focus is on getting our kids ready for Arkansas (on Saturday).”Florida fans on Twitter were quick to point out that Freeze never said he did not want to be a candidate, though the omission does not necessarily mean he is.Should at some point Freeze decide somewhere other than Ole Miss was a “life-changing opportunity,” Bjork said he’d be willing to wish him well.But does Gainesville qualify?Not on the surface.The Gators’ practice facilities are considered sub-standard in the SEC, and athletic director Jeremy Foley said Monday he does not believe “bells and whistles” are essential. Considering one of the first things Freeze and Bjork did together was renovate the Manning Center, Freeze and Foley probably disagree on that point (at least, on how it attracts recruits).Freeze has also just gotten Ole Miss rolling. Two years after playing in the BBVA Compass Bowl, the Rebels have a shot at the SEC West and any kind of postseason future. He gathered one of the nation’s top recruiting classes in 2013, who will be juniors in 2015. That may actually end up being a better team than this season’s.So would Freeze leave that for a situation where he’ll have to rebuild key parts of the roster, including quarterback?Florida was also, according to the most recent salary information available, paying Muschamp less than $3 million per season. There’s probably room for growth there, but jumping from Oxford to Gainesville does not automatically mean the salary bump that it once may have.The Rebels’ school-record $76.5 million budget for this fiscal year is expected to grow into the $80-90 million range for 2015-16, Bjork said. Everyone gets a piece of that pie. But programs, such as Ole Miss, that have historically lagged behind are finding they can use that extra cash to retain key personnel.“When you’re in the SEC, you got to be able to say, ‘We’re committed to playing and competing at the highest level,’” Bjork said. “Whatever that number is where we’re comfortable will be the number.”Freeze, 45, could soon have more suitors. Foley said he wants someone with high-character, that’s of high-quality and is offensive-minded. Freeze checks off in those areas, and Foley is far from the only athletic director looking for those qualities. Combine that, with a history of quick turnarounds, and you have a good chance of looking like a smart guy by bringing Freeze to campus.But what was said publicly by his current boss indicates Ole Miss is not going to let Freeze go without a fight.Contact Hugh Kellenberger at (601) 961-7291 or email@example.com. Follow @HKellenbergerCL on Twitter.8 Ole Miss at ArkansasSaturday, 2:30 p.m., CBSDonald W. Reynolds Stadium, Fayetteville, ArkansasOle Miss coach Hugh Freeze
An aide to President J.E.A. Mills, Nii Lantey Vanderpuije, is appealing to the media to exercise circumspection in its reportage of Chelsea midfield ace Michael Essien and his strained relationship with his father.According to Nii Lantey, the media should sometimes weigh the social consequences of their reports in order not to compound existing problems.He was speaking on Metro TV’s Good Morning Ghana programme Monday when he noted that recent reports on Essien’s alleged neglect of his father could further aggravate the already damaged relationship between the two.Michael Essien denied the allegations in a statement last week, threatening legal action against media houses that insisted on tarnishing his image.Nii Lantey was reacting to statements by, Sports Minister Ekua Sena Dansua, who was urging the media to cease publishing such stories about the Black Stars player since it could affect his performance and that of the Ghanaian team in the up-coming World Cup.Nii Lantey advised Essien’s father to stop granting interviews to the media and seek help from family elders who through dialogue, could resolve whatever problem he has with his son. He also urged parents, especially fathers, to look after their children and for mothers, to stop brainwashing their children when there are disagreements in the family.By: Dorcas Efe Mensah/myjoyonline.com/Ghana
What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Best caption wins🏆 Credit @4×4 10 Best Travel Destinations in Taiwan Amazing movies best funny animals Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 A MANCHESTER City star was given a rollocking by his Wag after spending all night partying with models.The Sun revealed that the international player and his team-mates invited 22 Italian Instagram beauties to Sunday’s Bunga Bunga-style bash.A Wag has scolded her Man City star hubby after a lavish Bunga Bunga-style bash with Italian models, including stunning TV presenter Chiara GiuffridaChiara Giuffrida posted on social media from the hotel following Man City’s 6-1 triumph against Aston VillaBut when he rolled in at 7am on Monday his outraged partner demanded to know where he had been all night.A source said: “His partner was absolutely furious with him for coming home so late and in a bit of a state.“She fully expected him to let his hair down a bit, but she had no idea where he could have been until 7am on a Monday morning.“He went to bed with more than a flea in his ear — and her mood hasn’t improved after she read how a load of glamorous young woman had jetted into Manchester to entertain them.”The bash was held after Manchester City thrashed Aston Villa on Sunday, however a source says it was a delayed Christmas doCredit: GettyOne of the models, Marta Tejada, posted this picture while at a £150-a-night hotel in CheshireCredit: InstagramWe told how the girls were flown into Britain and put up at the exclusive £150-a-night Mere Golf and Spa resort in Knutsford, Cheshire.They were then bussed to a secret location where they partied with first-team squad members after City hammered Aston Villa 6-1 on Sunday.It is believed the players had permission from manager Pep Guardiola for a team bonding night, organised by a fixer with close ties to the club.Models Amira Paula, Marta Tejada, Isa Rivera and TV presenter Chiara Giuffrida all posted on social media from the hotel. Two other Italian women — Piera Ordine and Amanda Bezerra — also checked in there.Italian gossip website Dagospia said the girls had been flown in to “entertain” the Premier League champions.The group of models checked into the Mere Golf Resort and Spa in KnutsfordCredit: AlamyThey were seen to be enjoying spa treatments and room serviceCredit: InstagramStunning Marta Tejada posted this sizzling snapCredit: InstagramAmira Paula, who posted a bikini selfie on Sunday, jetted in from MilanCredit: InstagramIsa Rivera also kept her followers updated, sharing pictures of the girls eating and partyingCredit: InstagramMan City’s manager Pep Guardiola reportedly gave permission for a team bonding nightCredit: GettyThe girls all posted on social mediaCredit: InstagramWhen asked about the party Amira and her friend declined to comment before being shepherded out of the hotel by a male chaperoneCredit: InstagramMarta Tejada filmed herself popping open a bottle of champagne shortly after the group arrivedCredit: InstagramThey also headed out for a meal before they were spotted leaving the venue the next morningCredit: InstagramA source at Manchester City said ‘the players did not party with the girls inside the Mere’Credit: Instagram Funny animals make you happy and laugh funny animal compilation Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures!
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Amazing movies best funny animals Best caption wins🏆 Credit @4×4 Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk BEING covered in expensive jewellery, living in luxury homes and driving fancy motors makes footballers a target for burglars and robbers.Over the years, we’ve seen Premier League stars held at knife point or gun point by thieves demanding they hand over their goods.6ft 4in Duncan Ferguson was fearless when faced with robbers in his homeCredit: ReutersBut some are more reluctant than others, often fighting back.Here’s a list of football’s hardest men who weren’t prepared to part with their belongings.CARLOS CARVALHALThe former Swansea and Sheffield Wednesday boss fended off knife-carrying robbers, who tried to mug him outside of his house.Carvalhal was returning to his home in the Portuguese city of Braga in the early hours when he was confronted by three masked men who stopped him and demanded he hand over cash.He revealed: “As I was travelling back to my house in Braga from Madeira yesterday, I was attacked by three hooded individuals at around 02:15am.“My natural instinct was to put up a fight – that was perhaps a risky decision.“But with the help of my son, Jose Carlos, we managed to get out of the situation.“We have a few cuts and bruises but nothing serious.”Carlos Carvalhal fended off knife-carrying thugs outside his homeCredit: Getty Images – GettyDUNCAN FERGUSONOn the pitch, Everton legend ‘Big Dunc’ was a force to be reckoned with.The 6ft 4in was sent off nine times during his career and spent three months behind bars for head-butting Raith Rovers’ John McStay in 1994.So, knowing that, you’d think twice about burgling the tough Scot.Clearly not. Two intruders broke into his Lancashire home in 2001 in the early hours, and immediately regretted it.One managed to flee, while the other was ‘detained’ by Ferguson after a scuffle.That men then spent three days in hospital recovering.Duncan Ferguson arrives at training the morning after putting a burglar in hospitalCredit: Mercury Press AgencySEAD KOLASINACThe Arsenal defender became a hero with Gooners when he showed no fear after he was confronted by knife-wielding moped thugs in North London.Bosnian Kolasinac was with team-mate Mesut Ozil when the pair were set on by the gang, who wanted to steal their £200,000 watches.But the full back was having nothing of it, jumping out of a Mercedes G-Wagon as the man thrust his knife in the direction of the Gunners star.Of the incident, Kolasinac said: “About what happened I don’t want to talk about it in details.“It’s happened and it’s something that belongs to the past. The same with Mesut,” he added.Sead Kolasinac and Arsenal team-mate Mesut Ozil were threatened with a knife for their £200,000 watchesKolasinac fought back with his bare fists to fend off the muggersLEONARDO BONUCCIThe Juventus and Italy star certainly knows how to stick up for himself.And bruising encounters with Serie A’s finest over the years would’ve prepared him for this moment, for sure.In 2012, Bonucci was with his wife and baby son at a car dealership in Turin when a man in a face mask approached him with a gun and demanded he hand over his watch.The defender punched the assailant, before chasing him down as he tried to get away with an accomplice on a scooter.As he was running, the robber was heard shouting: “What are you doing? Are you mad? I’ll shoot you.” Leonardo Bonucci punched an assailant with a gun in the face before chasing him downCredit: Getty Images – GettyCHIC CHARNLEYThey’re just as tough south of the border.Former Partick Thistle midfielder Chic once fended off two men waving Japanese-style swords in his direction, plus a ferocious looking dog with a traffic cone.The incident happened during a training session in the 1990s at Ruchill Park.Charnley recalled: “We’re up there training and maybe ten minutes before, this lady is walking the dog and it nipped one of the boys’ ankles.“Just as that happened, these two young guys came up, and I think it was an Alsatian they had and a wee Jack Russell.“So because of what happened earlier with the wee woman, we stopped and they recognised me.“They were shouting, and I said ‘Away you go, come back at 12.30pm when we finish’, thinking they wouldn’t come back.“Half an hour later we’re up at Ruchill and I see these two guys coming up the hill and I went – ‘Oh naw!’“One has got a samurai sword and the other one has got a dagger.Chic Charnley wasn’t going to let a thug with a samurai sword ruin his dayCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd“They’ve come up the hill and they’ve came towards me. So I’ve picked up a traffic cone, but he’s swinging this sword, so I’ve hit him with the traffic cone.“But he’s ran. Instead of me stopping, I’ve chased him down the hill. But he’s still got the sword, and he’s turned at the bottom and caught me on the hand with the sword.“But I got it off him and then went and beat him up and that, so that was fine.”CHRIS KAMARASky Sports pundit showed he was still quick on his feet when he chased down a mugger in Brazil.Kamara turned superhero when he saw a barefoot youth in his early 20s snatching a bag from a passer-by at Rio’s famous Ipanema beach.The former footballer gave chase and held the robber down until cops arrived on the scene.Kamara shared the photos and quipped: “Not lost me pace!!! I just caught this street robber. Done in now though.”However, a spokesman from the Foreign Office advised against doing what Kamara did.Chris Kamara stands next to police arresting the robber he caughtKamara chased the man down before wrestling him to the ground and detaining him for copsHe said: “We are aware of the incident and we are providing consular assistance to Mr Kamara.“In terms of his actions in chasing the assailant, that goes against our recommended advice.”MASSIMO CELLINOEven football club owners are hard.The Brescia and former Leeds United chairman Cellino is the most recent to fight back against muggers.Former Leeds United chairman Massimo Cellino took on assailants who tried to rip his watch from his wristCredit: Getty Images – GettyCellino, 63, took on his assailants, who tried to rip a watch from his wrist in his current home town, Padenghe sul Garda, in northern Italy.He hit his nose on a car door as he battled the robbers, who fled without stealing anything.Bellissimo! 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We live in a world where the sentiment toward Jason Garrett’s job security fluctuates seemingly not game to game, but play to play. Part of this is the nature of the Dallas Cowboys head coach’s job. Part is a social-media climate that leaves little room for reason, nuance or even time to evaluate said Cowboys coach’s performance in any kind of meaningful depth in the moment.All of it is tiresome, and just six weeks into a Cowboys season that’s anything but lost, it’s also pointless. Garrett, 53, is “absolutely not” in danger of losing the job he has held for almost a decade, a source told ESPN’s Ed Werder hours after the Cowboys lost to the Jets on Sunday. Nor should he be.VIDEO: Cowboys vs. Jets game highlightsAs of Sunday evening, 89 percent of the 2,300 Twitter users who had voted in a poll presented by The Dallas Morning News — “What do you think, #CowboysNation, is it time for the #DallasCowboys to fire Jason Garrett after their loss to the Jets?” — selected “yes.” Former Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens submitted his anti-Garrett appraisal with a focus on the coach’s decision-making. Another ex-Dallas receiver, Dez Bryant, was more passive in a side swipe of his former coach.This is a classic example of emotion nudging logic out of the way. The Cowboys and their supporters are rightfully frustrated after a third consecutive loss dropped the team’s record to 3-3, especially since Sunday’s defeat came at the hands of the previously winless Jets. Dallas has issues that need to be addressed, especially with Philadelphia coming to town for a Week 7 Sunday night game.The emotional response would be to fire Garrett after a particularly troubling loss, repercussions be damned. The logical response would be to recognize that the Cowboys have problems — problems, plural, as in injuries and penalties, for example, not singular, as in the coach. And if they win next week’s game, the Cowboys will re-establish themselves atop the NFC East standings and regain the inside track to winning the division for the third time in four seasons.IYER: Cowboys, Eagles in good shape until Week 7 resultThat recent success is the bigger picture, which is often lost in the Garrett job security game. Among current NFL coaches, only seven have more career victories than Garrett’s 82, playoffs included. Among coaches who have been in the NFL five years or longer, his win percentage of .558 ranks in the top 10, as well. Garrett’s team is coming off a season in which it fell to 3-5 before storming back to win the division and beat the Seahawks in the wild-card round of the playoffs.Because the smaller picture seems more important to those who want Garrett fired, though, let’s examine that. Dallas on Sunday lost a road game in which it was playing without its starting offensive tackles (Tyron Smith, La’el Collins) and a key receiver (Randall Cobb). Early in the game, No. 1 wideout Amari Cooper, whose impact on the Cowboys’ offense has been well-documented, aggravated a quad injury and never returned. Starting cornerbacks Byron Jones and Anthony Brown were lost to hamstring injuries.All of this while the home team welcomed back and enjoyed a boost from starting quarterback Sam Darnold following his battle with mononucleosis.During the game, a Maliek Collins horse-collar penalty turned a Jets field goal into a touchdown. An offensive pass interference penalty on Cedric Wilson negated a Jason Witten touchdown. Kicker Brett Maher missed a 40-yard field goal attempt in the fourth quarter of a game the team lost by two points.Considering the way the deck was stacked against the Cowboys, even against the lowly Jets, it’s actually impressive that they were a two-point conversion away from sending the game into overtime.MORE: Stephen A. Smith rushes to Twitter to troll CowboysBut that doesn’t matter to the 90-ish percent of Twitter voters who agree with Owens in his belief that Garrett is the Cowboys’ singular problem. Never mind that the coach has only one losing season on his resume. Never mind that his team displayed resilience in its recent losses. Never mind that, a week from Sunday night, the same people who want Garrett fired could be celebrating a victory that would boost Dallas’ chances of repeating as NFC East champs. Never mind that Jerry Jones himself continues to insist he is not considering a coaching change six games into a season in which his team remains a contender.The flavor of this week, after this game, is the idea that Garrett needs to get the boot. Such is life for the coach of the Cowboys.The good news for Garrett is a week lasts only seven days.
We talked about getting off to a good start and our guys did that. Maybe I should have said, ‘Get off to a good start and keep playing that way.’ That’s the part I might have left out. – Warriors interim head coach Mike BrownSALT LAKE CITY — Pretty much all the Golden State Warriors talked about prior to Monday night’s game was how important it was to get off to a fast start against what they called a dangerous Utah Jazz team. They figured if they could jump on the Jazz early, they could wrap up the best-of-seven series.Mission accomplished — and how.The Warriors not only got off to a fast start, but an extremely fast start, jumping out to a 24-7 advantage and taking a 39-17 lead after one quarter. While they put it on cruise control for a couple of quarters and allowed the Jazz to creep back into the game for a little while, the quick start was enough to propel the Warriors to a series-clinching 121-95 victory and send the Jazz packing for the season.Coach Mike Brown laughed about his emphasis on the fast start, saying “We talked about getting off to a good start and our guys did that. Maybe I should have said, ‘Get off to a good start and keep playing that way.’ That’s the part I might have left out.”The Warriors watched the Jazz get within seven late in the third quarter, but they always had an answer and they turned the game into a rout over the final 14 minutes of the game in winning by more than the 25-point margin against Portland in the Game 4 of that series.“Utah fought and fought and the next thing you knew it was a ball game,” Brown said. “But you’ve got to give our guys credit because they stayed with it, because every time Utah went on a run, our guys responded.”“We kept our composure, knowing we can go on a run at any time,’’ added Draymond Green, who had a triple-double with 17 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds.In the end, the Warriors were just a better team all series and particularly Monday night. They shot 51.2 percent to Utah’s 37.1 percent. They outrebounded the Jazz 50-42 and had 28 assists to just 13 for the Jazz.Everyone knew Klay Thompson and Steph Curry would shoot better than they did in Game 3 when they were a combined 7 of 29 from the field and that Kevin Durant wouldn’t shoot as well as he did when he went 15 for 26 and 38 points.That’s exactly what happened.Thompson, who had a miserable 1-for-9 shooting night Saturday, surpassed his total in the first minute of the game with a pair of baskets and equaled his Game 3 scoring total midway through the first quarter when he scored on an inside shot. For the game he ended up with 21 points on 9-of-16 shooting.His backcourt mate, Curry, was back to his old self, scoring 30 points on 9-of-15 shooting with four 3-pointers and seven assists.On the other hand, Durant didn’t even get half of his Saturday total, finishing with 18 points, but shot a decent 7 of 14 from the field and added six rebounds and five assists.The Warriors also received good bench play as backup center JaVale McGee scored 12 points in 11 minutes on 5-of-6 shooting, while backup point guard Shaun Livingston went 3 of 4 from the field and had a plus-28 on the night, which impressed his coach, who gushed, “I thought Shaun was fantastic for us, a steady hand throughout the course of the night and that plus 28 really stands out.”For the Warriors, they will get an additional few days off, like they did after their first-round series victory over Portland, as they await the winner of the Houston-San Antonio series which stands 2-2 going into Tuesday night’s game. Dante Exum, Shelvin Mack step up for Jazz in Game 4 loss to Warriors Twitter reactions: Jazz fans reflect on progress and a good season despite series sweep Live coverage: Warriors eliminate Jazz with Game 4 win, 121-95 How a 26-point loss still leaves the Jazz with some pride Warriors eliminate Jazz with 121-95 Game 4 win Related Jazz’s Hayward steps into postseason spotlight and proves he’s a star Video: 3 keys to Golden State’s series-clinching victory over the Jazz