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LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Kentucky reserve guard E.J. Floreal is leaving basketball to compete for the Wildcats track and field squad coached by his father, Edrick Sr.Floreal played in 29 games over three years with the Wildcats and was on teams that won back-to-back Southeastern Conference regular season and tournament championships and reached the Final Four in 2014 and 15.But Floreal arrived on campus as a local and regional track champion sprinter in Kentucky and plans to use his two years of eligibility competing for his father, who has trained 11 Olympic athletes including three in this years Rio Games. Floreal said in a release Tuesday that this transition wont be easy, but I was bred for this. As much as I love basketball, track is in my blood. Custom Arizona Cardinals Jerseys .25 million option on reliever Jose Veras. Arizona Cardinals Jerseys . "Jeff is a hard worker who was an important special-teams contributor for us last season," said Stamps GM John Hufnagel. .5 seconds to play in the game, Kevin Love never stopped believing that they would come out of there with a win. Pat Tillman Cardinals Jersey . Speaking Thursday on TSN 1050 Thursday, the Leafs GM also touched on the questions surrounding the teams leadership and the struggles of his big-name free-agent signing. “Its not from lack of effort from the coaching staff. Kyler Murray Jersey . With the short-handed Warriors needing help from someone -- anyone -- to stop a three-game skid, ONeal returned from right knee and groin injuries that had sidelined him for four games and put up season highs with 18 points and eight rebounds. It was just enough to help lift Golden State to a 102-101 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night. Which players should be in your Friday night DFS basketball lineups, and which superstars should stay on the daily fantasy bench? Joe Kaiser, Renee Miller and Al Zeidenfeld provide their picks and fades for the final day of the work week.Players to build aroundJoe Kaiser -- Anthony Davis, New Orleans PelicansFrom Jared Dudley to Marquese Chriss to Alex Len, the Suns dont have the bodies to match up against Davis, and theres a reason why Phoenix is in the bottom third of the league in terms of DFS points allowed to power forwards. Davis is coming off his worst game of the season -- a disappointing 10-point, 7-rebound performance against Memphis -- and this matchup against the 1-4 Suns is a great opportunity for him to get back on track. Remember, of the Pelicans five games this season, he has gone for at least 35 points and 15 rebounds three times.Al Zeidenfeld -- Patty Mills, San Antonio SpursThe Spurs starting backcourt of Tony Parker and Danny Green are both out Friday night which clears a path to 25 or 30 minutes of run for Patty Mills. The extended playing time with the first unit should result in more open shots, better chances for assists and a greater ability to reach the value threshold on his salary. Hes the best value on the board currently unless something opens up later in the day.Renee Miller -- Jimmy Butler, Chicago BullsI think Butler is a great, mid-priced player in position to smash his value tonight. While all of Chicago is riding high, this home game against the Knicks (the team that has given up the most fantasy points to opposing small forwards in our sshort season) is a great opportunity for Butler to fill the stat sheet and at least notch his first double-double of the year.ddddddddddddPlayers to fadeJoe Kaiser -- Rodney Hood, Utah JazzThe Spurs defense is strong as always, particularly beyond the 3-point arc, where they are holding opponents to 31 percent shooting -- 7th best in the NBA. That doesnt bode well for Utahs top 3-point threat, Hood, who is taking 5.8 threes per game and is second on the Jazz in scoring behind George Hill at 17.4 PPG.Al Zeidenfeld -- Kristaps Porzingis, New York KnicksFor as much as I love Porzingis on-court talent, the hype has caused his DraftKings salary to a place where I just cant warrant picking him, even in tournaments. At his price point Id need to reasonably expect 35-37 fantasy points but his high game on the young season is only 32.75. This is a full fade for me until the price comes down or the fantasy output trends upward on a consistent basis.Renee Miller -- Stephen Curry, Golden State WarriorsGasp! Not my favorite player in the fade column! But yes, while Currys behind-the-back passes and 3- point shooting continue to dazzle me, tonight he wont be in my lineups. In the second

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