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High School Hoops Plus Big NBA Trade

 

Coach Ray Hawkins passed away Sunday night. He was the Lions’ head football coach from 1964-85 and is the winningest coach in the program’s history with a record of 132-92-6. He led East Texas State to the NAIA National Championship in 1972 and won four Lone Star Conference championships in 1966, 1969, 1972, and 1983, earning LSC Coach of the Year honors in each of those seasons. Hawkins was inducted into the Lion Athletics Hall of Fame in 1988 and the Lone Star Conference Hall of Honor in 2004. Coach Hawkins was 91.
Area high school basketball teams continue district play tonight.
Paris – It’s the crosstown showdown part two as the Paris Wildcats and North Lamar Panthers square off at Wildcat gym with playoff positioning on the line on 101.9 KBUS. Last night the North Lamar Pantherettes beat the Paris Lady Cats, 46-40. Meanwhile, the Chisum Mustangs bring in the Prairiland Patriots this evening as both teams fight for their playoff lives.
Mount Pleasant – The Mt Pleasant Tigers still have hopes of winning a district title as they head to Marshall to take on the Mavericks. The Mt Vernon Tigers look to stay perfect when they host the Winnsboro Raiders while the Mt Vernon girls will be tested at home against the Lady Raiders. The girl’s tip-off at 6:00 pm. The boys follow.
Sulphur Springs – The Sulphur Springs Wildcats and Lady Cats have shown no signs of slowing down as they take on the Texas High Tigers and Lady Tigers this evening. The boys will be on the road while the girls occupy Wildcat Gym. Games tip off tonight 7:30. The Mt Vernon Tigers look to stay perfect when they host the Winnsboro Raiders while the Mt Vernon girls will be tested at home against the Lady Raiders. The girl’s tip-off at 6:00 pm. The boys follow.
Last night the Dallas Mavericks stumble in a 95-88 loss at the hands of the Miami Heat. Dennis Smith Jr. had 14 points and ten assists in what is technically his first career double-double, though Smith Jr. does have a triple-double as well this season. The Mavs record drops to 16-35 as they hit the road tomorrow night to take on the Phoenix Suns.
And in a splash trade yesterday the L-A Clippers send forward Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons. Included in the exchange the Clippers receive Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley, a 1st round draft pick, and a second-round pick. Griffin, averaging over 22 points per game, will head to the Pistons who are 22-26 in the Eastern Conference.