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Furman pulls away from Presbyterian 81-57

Furman pulls away from Presbyterian 81-57

GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) Bobby Austin came off the bench for 20 points in Furman's 81-57 win over Presbyterian on Sunday in a nonconference game.

Charlie Reddick scored 16, Kendrec Ferrara 13 and Stephen Croone 10 for the Paladins, who led the entire game.

Furman (3-5) shot 34.5 percent (10 of 29) in the first half but maintained a 26-23 lead at the break. Presbyterian cut the deficit to two, 32-30, 2 minutes into the second half but Furman scored the next seven points to push its lead to 39-30.

Austin's fourth 3-pointer of the half put Furman up 81-55 with 38 seconds left to play. The 6-foot-3 senior had 12 points, three assists, two rebounds and a steal in the second half and Furman made 20 of 33 shots - including 12 3-pointers - to pull away.

Furman outrebounded Presbyterian (1-7) 40-24 and scored 16 second-chance points.

Joshua Clyburn scored 20 for Presbyterian.

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This Caps Stanley Cup tattoo has everyone's beat

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This Caps Stanley Cup tattoo has everyone's beat

Since the Washington Capitals won the Stanley Cup for the first time over one month ago, Caps fans, (and players), have rushed to their local tattoo parlor to get some ink commemorating the win.

We've seen the classic Capitals logo with the Stanley Cup, but nothing that comes close to the masterpiece that is Shane Peacher's tattoo.

Peacher tweeted to Joe B and Courtney Laughlin the finished tat: a work of art featuring Alex Ovechkin kissing the Stanley Cup for the first time as it's hoisted over his head.

Joe B replied making sure Shane had enough room on his other tricep for next year.

Shane replied that he's thinking of Evgeny Kuznetsov's iconic celebration that has since been dubbed the "birdman."

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Strasburg, Scherzer get in heated conversation after ugly inning

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Strasburg, Scherzer get in heated conversation after ugly inning

The Washington Nationals have had a less than ideal season thus far.

The reigning N.L. East champs entered the All-Star Break 5.5 games back of first place, have a new manager that has gotten his fair share of criticism, are riddled with injuries contributing to a lengthy disabled list and seem to be frustrated to no end on the baseball field.

In his first game back following a right shoulder injury that landed him on the DL for over a month, Stephen Strasburg started Friday night's game in Washington against the Braves, one of tewo teams above the Nats in the East standings.

Following a poor outing in the fifth inning in which Davey Martinez decided to pull Strasburg, fellow ace Max Scherzer attempted to greet the starter. Strasburg brushed Scherzer off as he sat down on the bench and the two got into what seemed like a very heated exchange.

The Nationals never recovered from Strasburg's start and fell to the Braves 8-5 in Washington.

The frustration was evident as Martinez met with Scherzer and Strasburg to hash out the argument, delaying postgame clubhouse access to the media while their meeting was going on.

The meeting was kept under lock by Martinez, Scherzer, and Strasburg, who chalked it up to just being a part of the "family."

According to Martinez, the dugout conversation was hashed out and he immediately brushed it off when pressed for questions.

The Nationals look to even up the series against The Braves in Washington tonight.

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