forward was great from the field Monday against the Nuggets, going 7 of 11 and finishing with 18 points. Unfortunately, it was not all good news for Barnes, who aggravated a strained abdominal muscle in the fourth quarter, according to the Associated Press.
Barnes scored in double figures Monday for the first time in four games. Although, he is averaging a season-best 12.5 points per game in 12 January appearances.
More News 12/12/2017 • by RotoWire Staff 05/03/2017 ron Wan-Bissaka.The Sun says Old Trafford chiefs had tested the water with an offer believed to be in the region of £25m but this was dismissed out of hand by Eagles bosses who want more.United then went back in with what Sky Sports have called “a s • by RotoWire Staff Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recognises he has a massive job ahead of him.But despite admitting he’s facing a major rebuild to make a club that hasn’t won the league since mentor Alex Ferguson’s 2013 retirement competitive again, Solskjaer insists he wouldn’t be anywhere else. “It might be the toughest – but it’s the best job in football. I can’t imagine any better place to be and any club with more potential,” the former United striker said ahead of their finale at home to already-relegated Cardiff.“Yes, we are behind what we have been used to. We have had some yming increasingly resigned to losing Paul Pogba in 2020.While they’re determined to keep hold of the Frenchman in January, United directors accept they’ll lose the midfielder next summer, says Tuttosport.Indeed, in Turin, there’s confidence that Unitears like that now. But the year before last, Jose Mourinho won the Europa League. Then we were second in the league last season.“I look at it as a great chance to start rebuilding.“If you meet some hurdles, do you want to creep under them or jump over them?” 05/03/2017 • by RotoWire Staff 05/02/2017 • by RotoWire Staff 05/01/2017 • by RotoWire Staff 04/30/2017 • by RotoWire Staff