The Predators were outshot in two of their games, against the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins, a rarity for a team that generally controls play.
a part of offensive line that ranked sixth nationally in sacks allowed as a junior and led the nation as a sophomore per game).
18 at Atlanta … 2010: Notched averages of 15 points , 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steals and 33 minutes in 82 games … Was the only Trail Blazer to appear in every game … Led all NBA sophomores in 3-pointers made and shot 40 percent from downtown … Led team or shared lead in scoring on 22 occasions … Netted 20-plus points 26 times, including four games with 30 points or more … Became the first Trail Blazer to sink at least three 3-pointers in five straight games since Damon Stoudamire …
Deb Williams is a North Carolina-based writer and former editor.
"We played soft to start the game and they got going," he said.

Played for the Jazz's D-League af liate Utah Flash from March 26 to April 17 …
Watch him play well.
While solid, that stretch actually qualifies as a bit of a downturn for the 31-year-old relative to his .301 .536 line for the season.
was healthy throughout the offseason program, JJ Stankevitz of NBC Sports Chicago reports.

The activated from the 10-day injured Thursday, Christopher Smith of reports.
Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds and scored 21 points in 31 minutes vs.
recorded a two-yard carry during Sunday's 27 loss to the Bengals.
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He'd grow to 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds.
"It was for Joe or Allen ," he said.
That's been downplayed since Collins' introductory press conference and will surely continue to be.
Andrei, of course, is Andrei Kirilenko, the second-year forward who has blocked 11 shots in the Jazz's last two games, including five in Monday night's 107 over the Toronto Raptors at the Delta Center.
CHI on 11 … missed four games from 2-27 due to a strained left calf which occurred in the first quarter at NJN on 2 and one game as a healthy scratch on the Inactive List.

The bay area columnist Marcus Thompson joins GameTime to dish on the split between Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors.
Seems the Sabres got that memo.