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Written by April 17, 2021 /Sports News – Local Los Angeles hosts conference foe Utah Associated Press FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOS ANGELES (AP)-Utah Jazz (42-14, first in the Western Conference) vs. Los Angeles Lakers (34-22, fifth in the Western Conference)Los Angeles; Saturday, 2:30 p.m. MDTBOTTOM LINE: The Los Angeles Lakers play the Utah Jazz in a matchup of two of the top Western Conference teams.The Lakers have gone 20-11 against Western Conference teams. Los Angeles leads the Western Conference in team defense, giving up 105.9 points while holding opponents to 45.5% shooting.The Jazz are 19-8 against Western Conference opponents. Utah is third in the Western Conference with 10.8 offensive rebounds per game led by Rudy Gobert averaging 3.4.The teams meet for the second time this season. The Jazz won 114-89 in the last matchup on Feb. 24. Jordan Clarkson led Utah with 18 points, and LeBron James led Los Angeles with 19 points.TOP PERFORMERS: Dennis Schroder ranks third on the Lakers scoring 15.2 points per game, and is averaging 3.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists. Alex Caruso is shooting 52.8% and averaging 7.1 points over the last 10 games for Los Angeles.Gobert has shot 67% and is averaging 14.4 points for the Jazz. Bojan Bogdanovic is shooting 45.0% and averaging 19.3 points over the last 10 games for Utah.LAST 10 GAMES: Lakers: 5-5, averaging 104.4 points, 42.6 rebounds, 24.8 assists, 9.2 steals and 4.4 blocks per game while shooting 44.3% from the field. Their opponents have averaged 104 points on 46.0% shooting.Jazz: 7-3, averaging 117.3 points, 49.2 rebounds, 21.4 assists, six steals and 5.1 blocks per game while shooting 46.1% from the field. Their opponents have averaged 107.9 points on 43.9% shooting.INJURIES: Lakers: Andre Drummond: day to day (toe), LeBron James: out (ankle), Jared Dudley: out (knee), Markieff Morris: day to day (ankle), Anthony Davis: out (achilles).Jazz: Donovan Mitchell: day to day (ankle), Derrick Favors: out (knee), Udoka Azubuike: out (ankle).
Twitter Facebook Previous articleMichigan recycling returns on MondayNext articleIndiana playing catch-up with state neighbors in building skilled workforce Tommie Lee IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Google+ (Photo supplied/South Bend Community School Corporation) Enrollment for new students is underway for the upcoming school years at the South Bend Community Schools.That includes the traditional, Montessori and Magnet school programs.Children who are 5 years old on or before October 1 2020 are eligible for Kindergarten enrollment.Marquette Montessori is enrolling kids from the age of 3 to the 6th grade. You can learn more by clicking here. Pinterest Pinterest Enrollment underway for the coming school year in South Bend WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – June 11, 2020 0 397 Google+ Facebook
Photo: Andrew Scott Blackstein Photos: The Disco Biscuits | The Fillmore | Philadelphia, PA | 4/19-21/2018 | Credit: Andrew Scott Blackstein The anticipation inside The Fillmore for the start of The Disco Biscuits’ three-night Philly run was palpable, and the energy high as the Biscuits’ rabid fanbase was ready to kick off the party. For the first night of the run on Thursday, April 19th, Jon “Barber” Gutwillig came out sporting a green and black Eagles 42 jersey and sunglasses, much to the delight of the hometown crowd.The opening set kicked off with a stellar “Caterpillar”, which was a preview of the night ahead. Marc Brownstein was driving the rhythm forward with his heavy basslines, as Aron Magner tore apart the keys with his spacey jams and Barber shredded on his guitar. As always, Johnny R. Goode provided the atmosphere for the night, taking his light show where only he can bring it.The set continued to pick up steam during a reggae-esque inverted “Aquatic Ape” before landing into the classic ’80s cover of Men Without Hats’ “Safety Dance”, eliciting a huge roar from the crowd. The raging rainbow laser lights during “Safety Dance” were the perfect touch, and the crowd was rocking so hard. Out of “Safety Dance”, it was back into “Caterpillar”, and then “Once The Fiddler Paid” to close out an amazing first night set one.Set two picked right up where set one left off, as they opened with a Biscuits favorite, “Little Shimmy in a Conga Line”. It is an otherworldly experience when the house lights drop off and the Biscuits take their jams to deep and dark places, and the second set contained many moments like this, with Barber carrying jams and letting loose while Brownie pushed the tempo forward on bass. Set two featured an unfinished “Rock Candy” and a take on “Pimp Blue Rikkis” before the band ended their non-stop musical madness by landing back into “Little Shimmy” and closing out the set with “Spy”. The nearly three and a half hour show finished with a rocking “Home Again” encore, which sent the satisfied crowd out into the Philly night and ready for the rest of the run.[Video: The Disco Biscuits]Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | The Fillmore | Philadelphia, PA | 4/19/2018Set 1: Caterpillar> Aquatic Ape > The Safety Dance> Caterpillar, Once The Fiddler PaidSet 2: Little Shimmy In A Conga Line> Rock Candy > Pimp Blue Rikkis> Little Shimmy In A Conga Line, SpyEncore: Home Again inverted version |  unfinishedAfter a spacey and psychedelic ride on night one, the Biscuits returned to the Fillmore for night two of their three-night run. Following a triumphant opening set from Colorado’s Magic Beans, the Biscuits came out of the gates swinging with a set-opening “Helicopters”. This kicked the party into high gear, as Johnny Goode was terrific on the lights as always.The band dropped right out of “Helicopters” into an inverted “Little Betty Boop”, then moved into relative rarity “Commercial Amen,” which was last played on March 21, 2010, marking a gap of 278 shows. “Little Betty Boop” went to some super spacey, far-out places, with Magner owning the keys and synths. After “Commercial Amen,” they took it right back into “Helicopters,” before closing out the raging first set with “Save The Robots.”The band came back after this fiery first set, opening with “Spraypaint,” and the dance party was in full effect again. “Spraypaint” was the perfect choice for the 4/20 show, with the opening lyrics: “Did you ever think about it that everyone gets lifted all the time?” The Biscuits followed that up with another relative rarity, busting out “Boom Shanker” for the first time since May 27, 2010, a gap of 262 shows. The second set continued to drive forward from there, with an inverted “Mulberry’s Dream” that whipped the crowd into a frenzy followed by takes on “Tempest” and “Tricycle”. They closed set two by finishing the “Spraypaint” that got set two started.The real treat during the Disco Biscuits’ Friday performance would come during the encore, as the Biscuits laid out a rousing and frenzied “After Midnight” cover that had the crowd ecstatic. But that wasn’t it: they would wrap the night up with “Spacebirdmatingcall,” once again leaving the Biscuits crowd hungry for more. The only question that remained: how could they top themselves for night three?[Video: The Disco Biscuits]Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | The Fillmore | Philadelphia, PA | 4/20/2018Set 1: Helicopters> Little Betty Boop > Commercial Amen > Helicopters, Save The RobotsSet 2: Spraypaint> Boom Shanker > Mulberry’s Dream  > Tempest> Tricycle> SpraypaintEncore: After Midnight> Spacebirdmatingcall inverted version |  last played 3/21/10 (278 shows) |  last played 5/27/10 (262 shows)To close out the third night, the Disco Biscuits returned to The Fillmore in truly proper form. Celebrating the close of their three-night hometown extravaganza, the Disco Biscuits were honored with a banner celebrating the fact that they’ve played the venue the most out of any other act—coming in a whopping nine times. To be fair and jokes aside, the venue is relatively new for those raising eyebrows, and even the band got in on the jokes during the banter before the second set’s closer of “Nughuffer”. Other notable moments included Allen Aucoin’s monstrous drum solo during the first set’s “Jigsaw Earth”, and overall, the show has been heralded as one of the better shows of the year.[Video: The Disco Biscuits]Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | The Fillmore | Philadelphia, PA | 4/21/2018Set 1: The Bridge, Jigsaw Earth> Munchkin Invasion> Jigsaw Earth, Therapy> Munchkin InvasionSet 2: Story Of The World> Astronaut> Abraxas > Story Of The World, NughufferEncore: I-Man> Therapy inverted version Load remaining images