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The second-year player, who New York selected with the eighth pick in the 2017 draft, also had an up-and-down rookie season.The Knicks will face the Cavaliers in Cleveland on Wednesday. They’ll enter that game with an 8-20 record and on a four-game losing streak. Related News Ntilikina has averaged 6.4 points and 2.6 assists in 22.7 minutes per game this season. He has struggled to knock down jump shots as he has connected on just 29.5 percent of his 3-point attempts.Ntilikina, however, has turned it on of late. He tallied seven points and three assists in 16 minutes against the Nets on Saturday and followed that up by scoring a season-high 18 in a loss to the Hornets one day later. NBA trade rumors: At least two teams interested in Knicks guard Damyean Dotson NBA trade rumors: Knicks may be considering putting together an offer for Wizards G John Wall Frank Ntilikina appears like he’ll be remaining with the Knicks.At least five teams have reportedly shown interest in trading for the 20-year-old guard. But, New York is “not actively looking” to deal Ntilikina, according to Marc Stein of the New York Times.
On its official website FIFA announced the information regarding the match Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Argentina. Each player was tracked separately and it was calculated how difficult they ran, where they moved etc.What is interesting is that the Dragons, on average, ran more than Argentineans! Last night on the match fantastic Muhamed Besic ran the most, even 12,271 feet!From all the players who have spent the entire game on the field, not counting on Begovic, Edin Dzeko ran the least, 10,154 meters.In addition, according to the statistics, Bosnia-Herzegovina had 10 attempts on target and Argentina had only 5. Moreover, Bosnian players had 15 shots, in comparison with Argentinean players who had 11.Bosnia-Herzegovina have had a higher proportion of their shots from outside the box (88%) than any other team on the World Cup 2014.The young football player of Bosnia and Herzegovina Muhamed Besic impressed many media, but also fascinated the world of football. A 21 year old Besic thrilled the fans so that they started to write statuses like “Water covers 71 percent of Earth’s surface, and the rest covers Muhamed Besic”. (Source: Radiosarajevo/photo Sportcentar)