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  • Goodson: ‘I’m glad I got the chance to serve’

    first_img Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Skip Goodson said he voted for and strongly supported the passage of the tobacco tax that provides revenues for the county’s volunteer fire departments.“I voted for and supported the adoption of mandatory solid waste in Pike County,” he said. “At first I was unsure how I would vote but, to make this much needed function work and be fair to everyone, this proved to be our only real option.”In 1999, the commission considered a plan to provide a systematic approach for managing employees’ job classifications and pay grades.“This plan was free from politics and personal bias,” Goodson said. “I strongly supported it and our county employees.  They are the backbone of our county government.”Goodson said one accomplishments of the commission that has had tremendous impact is the sharing of sales tax with the local boards of education.“For many years, we had discussions about a sales tax to benefit both the county and city school systems and provide much-needed revenue to the Pike County Commission’s General Fund but no suitable compromised was reached,” Goodson said. “Finally, a consensus was reached to pass a local act where a one-cent sales tax would be shared between the city and county school boards and the commission.”Goodson said, as an added bonus, there were provisions in the act for appropriations to different local agencies including Pike County Economic Development, senior centers and local organizations that benefited the community.Although the recruitment of the Walmart DC to Brundidge was led by the city of Brundidge, it also required the support of the county commission.“I strongly supported the Walmart DC project because it would provide good jobs in Pike County,” he said.Goodson is leaving office with a few things on the table.“We need a fundamental change in the county’s form of government,” he said. “The establishment of a county commission chairman that would work fulltime would provide leadership and direction for the county. But to do that, the commissioners would have to put aside their own self-interests and do what is best for the people of Pike County.”Goodson will leave office without having been able secure the funding necessary to pave Pleasant Hill Road.“The members of historic Pleasant Hill Church asked for my support and I supported their request as best I could,” he said. “I could never quite convince enough of the other commissioners to agree. This is and will always be a regret for me.” Email the author Print Article Published 11:00 pm Friday, October 21, 2016 By Jaine Treadwell Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Sponsored Content You Might Like Local issues included in amendments The presidential election is under three weeks away, and though most people are concerned about the Presidential race, Alabama residents… read more By The Penny Hoarder Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Latest Stories After serving on the Pike County Commission for 24 years, Ray Goodson will retire in November. “I was elected to the commission in 1988 and had decided not to run for re-election and sat out the next term,” he said. “But I decided to run for the office again in 1996.”It’s a decision that Goodson has never regretted.“We’ve had some hard times and tough decisions to make, but I’m glad that I got the chance to serve and to be a part of some important accomplishments,’ he said. “I guess, one of the things that the commission accomplished that I’m the most proud of is the building of the ball fields in Brundidge.”Goodson said the project was accomplished with the cooperation of the City of Brundidge.“This project was good for children,” he said. “I’ve always been interested in making children’s lives better and helping them get a good education. Another thing that I’m proud of is the recruitment of Lockheed Martin to Pike County. Lockheed Martin continues to expand and provide good jobs for our county’s citizens.” Book Nook to reopen “I’ve been doing this a long time and it’s time to let someone else have a turn,” said Goodson, who has been the District 4 commissioner. “It’s been a good 24 years and I’m proud to have served District 4 and all of Pike County.”A retirement celebration for Goodson will be at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24, at the Pike County Commission Chambers on the second floor of the Pike County Health Department.  The public is invited.Goodson was drawn into public life by an interest in local politics inherited from his father and encouraged by the support from family and friends. Goodson: ‘I’m glad I got the chance to serve’ Around the WebIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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  • Governor Wolf, Pa Officials Speak Out Against ACA Replacement Bill (Round-Up)

    first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Associated Press: Updated: GOP health care bill pounded by Wolf, Pennsylvania hospitals“This is a bad plan that would leave thousands of Pennsylvania seniors and families unable to afford access to basic medical care coverage,” [Governor] Wolf said in a statement. The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania said the proposal would jeopardize gains in coverage and improvements to access to care made under the 2010 Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.Daily Item: State officials blast Obamacare replacementState officials on Tuesday said a Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act will hurt poor and working class Pennsylvanians, particularly in rural parts of the state. The impact will be more acute in rural areas of the state, in part because tax credits won’t have distinctions based on the market where the individual lives, said state Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller in a phone call with reporters Tuesday afternoon. That means “rural consumers will be disadvantaged” compared to people who live in cities and suburban areas.TribLive: Obamacare replacement bill faces resistance in Pennsylvania[Governor]Wolf and advocates said the proposal, titled the American Health Care Act, would make health insurance unattainable for thousands of Pennsylvanians who are covered through the individual insurance market and the law’s Medicaid expansion. The bill would scale back and restructure state Medicaid programs and distribute federal subsidies based on age instead of income for people who buy individual insurance plans on the federal marketplace at healthcare.gov. The bill would get rid of fines for people going without insurance and eliminate many of the taxes included in the federal law.Reading Eagle: Pa.’s top health officials: GOP bill helps wealthy, healthy“It may offer the illusion of more affordable care,” Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller said during a conference call with reporters. “But I think it’s important to be clear that this proposal shifts more of the burden onto consumers and the state budget.” Miller was one of several officials from Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration to discuss the plan, which would repeal and replace parts of the federal Affordable Care Act. Dr. Karen Murphy, state health secretary, and Deputy Human Services Secretary Leesa Allen, the state’s Medicaid chief, were also on the call.Post-Gazette: House bill to replace ACA draws fire from all sidesGov. Tom Wolf in a statement Tuesday said the Republican bill “would roll back years of progress that drastically reduced Pennsylvania’s uninsured rate and expanded coverage for seniors, the disabled and those seeking treatment for a substance use disorder.” The state’s insurance commissioner, Teresa Miller, said the bill “may offer the illusion of more affordable care, but let’s be clear — this proposal shifts more financial burden directly to consumers and onto state budgets.” March 08, 2017 Governor Wolf, Pa Officials Speak Out Against ACA Replacement Bill (Round-Up) By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistantcenter_img Healthcare,  Medicaid Expansion,  National Issues,  Round-Up,  Seniors,  The Blog Governor Wolf and members of his administration have actively been speaking out against the House Republican’s proposed Affordable Care Act replacement bill, the American Health Care Act (AHCA).“The Republicans in Washington revealed a bill that would repeal the Affordable Care Act, which would roll back years of progress that drastically reduced Pennsylvania’s uninsured rate and expanded coverage options for seniors, the disabled and those seeking treatment for a substance use disorder,” Governor Wolf said in a statement released on Monday. “This plan does not fix the Affordable Care Act – it would just delay the Republican plan to cut coverage for nearly a million Pennsylvanians, including those who were able to access quality, affordable healthcare after I expanded Medicaid two years ago.”Today, Governor Wolf sent letters to five Pennsylvania Congressmen to formally ask them to reject the proposed AHCA due to the serious harm the proposal would cause to Pennsylvanian’s who have received coverage under Medicaid expansion, specifically seniors, and the lack of time given to properly vet the bill.“For seven years, Republicans in Washington criticized the Obama Administration for rushing Obamacare through without the appropriate public vetting and yet Americans are being given less than seven days to fully understand the implications of this legislation on their health and households,” Governor Wolf said. “The legislation, as it stands today, would disrupt health care access and coverage for millions of Pennsylvanians.”Take a look at the coverage below   SHARE  TWEET Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img read more

  • Syracuse football season-ticket holders discuss coaching situation

    first_img Related Stories Storify: Scott Shafer, his family, coaches and players tweet before his final game Published on November 28, 2015 at 12:12 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer was fired on Monday by Director of Athletics Mark Coyle. Shafer will still coach his final game against Boston College on Saturday.As fans tailgated before the BC game, here are some of their thoughts on SU’s coaching situation.Scott Littlefield, six-year season-ticket holder, SU Class of 1987“I don’t think SU should be in that ‘fire a coach every three years’ mentality. I just don’t think we’re like Alabama, Ohio State, if the guy’s not doing it, fire him and start all over again. I think SU has to be a little bit more patient with its coaches. I know Coyle’s coming in and I’m sure he was hoping it would work out, but I just don’t know what the alternatives are.”“At this point I’m kind of excited to see what happens, I just hope it’s the right move. I just hope it’s not a swing and a miss because that’s going to set us back. We’ve got this class of kids with Moe Neal and Rex Culpepper and they’re all kind of sitting on their hands not knowing what’s going to happen.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTim Durham, 20-year season-ticket holder“Scott Shafer plays, in my opinion, not to lose instead of playing to win. Last week was a prime example. You got fourth-and-goal from the 2 and you kick a field goal. Your season’s done anyway, you might as well go for it. He just didn’t have the guts to go for it and I think that’s why he lost his job.”Dan Chamberlain, 28-year season-ticket holder“I was upset when he got fired. I understand a little why the AD had to do it but I think Shafer, if he was given the time to do it, with what he had in place, what he was doing, he would have definitely built it into a winning program. At the very least I think he should have gotten one more year. But I understand the AD was under pressure after two losing seasons.”Ben Watkins, first-year season-ticket holder, SU Class of 2008“I think he had to be fired. If you’re going to make a move, you have to make it then. It’s kind of an unfortunate situation, he was building some momentum getting some good players in here. You could see the players played hard for him but the last couple games, a lot of silly penalties. He lost his mind two straight games … it seems like the pressure just kind of got to him a little bit.”Joel Gusman, 25-year season-ticket holder“I loved his intensity and he won me over, but in the end, after losing eight in a row, it’s tough. I respect the decision. I hope he gets another chance somewhere else but it’s time to move on.”Jeremy Conners, eight-year season-ticket holder“A change had to be made. You can’t lose games like the Virginia game, the South Florida game, the Pittsburgh game. Back-to-back three-win seasons unfortunately with below average recruiting isn’t going to cut it in today’s day and age … The downfall was in-game coaching mistakes. He just didn’t seem to learn from week to week. He seemed over his head for the position.”John Ostapovich, three-year season-ticket holder, SU Class of 1997When Shafer got hired three years ago, his passion and enthusiasm for Syracuse and the community actually encouraged me to become a season-ticket holder. … (But) it didn’t feel like he had a good feel for the game. It was hard to say whether or not he was ever going to learn that. I was always on the fence the last couple of weeks of whether or not he should go but I don’t disagree with the AD’s decision. Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

  • Zubac leads Clippers to win over Mavericks in potential playoff preview

    first_img Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “I had to do this after that turnover against Phoenix. (Paul George) was on me the whole time — I had to do a good job this game.”Indeed, this time out, the the Clippers were more consistent, more focused, and beside Zubac, their big names delivered: Kawhi Leonard with 29 points and George with 24.But it was Zubac who stole the show in his sweat-drenched white-and-black Clippers’ City Edition jersey.The big man looked the part of a superstar in his 24 minutes, 18 seconds on the court, more than a few ticks above his 18.2 minutes per-game average.“He was amazing,” Leonard said. “Guys are still trying to get into a rhythm, get their jump shots, layups back to par and he was cleaning up the basket.” Marcus Morris Sr. also scored in double figures, finishing with 16 points on 5-for-7 shooting as the Clippers shot 63% from the field in the final three quarters. They also outrebounded Dallas, 45-37.Still, the Mavs (41-30) worked their way most of the way back from 11 points down thanks to the efforts of Kristaps Porzingis, a 7-foot-3 scorer, who scored 18 of his 30 points in the second half and finished the game with nine rebounds. Dallas’ flashy sophomore, Luka Doncic, finished with 29 points and six assists.But it wasn’t enough against a multi-dimensional Clippers attack that slammed the door on the Mavericks in the final quarter, 35-24.Sitting in second place in the Western Conference with four seeding games to play, the Clippers are in position to meet the Mavericks, who occupy the seventh seed with four seeding games of their own remaining. Clippers’ Paul George: ‘If I make shots, this series could be a little different’ What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 center_img Score it a perfect 10 for Ivica Zubac, who lifted the the Clippers to a 126-111 victory Thursday in a potential first-round playoff dress rehearsal against the Dallas Mavericks in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.The 23-year-old center continued to make the most of his minutes in the bubble, scoring a season-high 21 points, including making all 10 of his shots.With his best game of the season, he helped erase the sting of the 117-115 heartbreaker against the Suns on Tuesday, when Devin Booker buried a buzzer-beater moments after Zubac’s outlet pass was intercepted.PreviousLos Angeles Clippers’ Paul George (13) goes up for a shot against Dallas Mavericks’ Maxi Kleber (42) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Los Angeles Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard, left, taps hands with teammate Lou Williams during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Dallas Mavericks Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLos Angeles Clippers’ Ivica Zubac (40) hangs on the rim after dunking on the Dallas Mavericks during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Reggie Jackson #1 of the Los Angeles Clippers goes up while looking for an open teammate against Luka Doncic #77 of the Dallas Mavericks during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Los Angeles Clippers’ Paul George (13) looks to pass the ball while on his back as Dallas Mavericks’ Luka Doncic (77) applies pressure during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Dallas Mavericks’ Luka Doncic (77) looks to pass against the defense of Los Angeles Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard (2), Reggie Jackson (1) and Lou Williams (23) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Los Angeles Clippers’ Ivica Zubac (40) dinks on Dallas Mavericks’ Tim Hardaway Jr. (11) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Mavericks’ Luka Doncic (77) looks on during the play. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Landry Shamet #20 of the Los Angeles Clippers eyes a teammate as he dribbles up court against the Dallas Mavericks during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Head coach Doc Rivers of the Los Angeles Clippers talks with referee James Capers #19 during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Dallas Mavericks at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Los Angeles Clippers’ Ivica Zubac, back, defends as Dallas Mavericks’ Luka Doncic (77) goes up for a shot during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Lou Williams #23 of the Los Angeles Clippers goes up for a shot against Maxi Kleber #42 of the Dallas Mavericks during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Los Angeles Clippers’ Reggie Jackson, right, goes up while looking for an open teammate against Dallas Mavericks’ Luka Doncic during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Los Angeles Clippers’ Lou Williams (23) reacts after a play against the Dallas Mavericks during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Dallas Mavericks’ Boban Marjanovic (51) goes up for a shot against Los Angeles Clippers’ Ivica Zubac (40) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Los Angeles Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard, right, is guarded by Dallas Mavericks’ Trey Burke (32) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Dallas Mavericks’ Kristaps Porzingis (6) goes up for a shot against Los Angeles Clippers’ Ivica Zubac (40) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Los Angeles Clippers’ Ivica Zubac (40) dinks on Dallas Mavericks’ Tim Hardaway Jr. (11) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Mavericks’ Luka Doncic (77) looks on during the play. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Luka Doncic #77 of the Dallas Mavericks looks to pass against the defense of Kawhi Leonard #2, Reggie Jackson #1 and Lou Williams #23 of the Los Angeles Clippers during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Dallas Mavericks’ Luka Doncic (77) goes up for a shot against Los Angeles Clippers’ Ivica Zubac (40) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Los Angeles Clippers players kneel in honor of the Black Lives Matter movement during the playing of the national anthem prior to an NBA basketball game against the Dallas Mavericks Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Kawhi Leonard #2 of the Los Angeles Clippers drives around Trey Burke #32 of the Dallas Mavericks during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Los Angeles Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard, right, applies pressure on Dallas Mavericks’ Luka Doncic (77) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Lou Williams #23 of the Los Angeles Clippers goes up for a shot against Maxi Kleber #42 of the Dallas Mavericks during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Players kneel near their benches in honor of the Black Lives Matter movement during the playing of the national anthem prior to an NBA basketball game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Dallas Mavericks Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Dallas Mavericks players kneel in honor of the Black Lives Matter movement during the playing of the national anthem prior to an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Members of the Dallas Mavericks react as they watch messages from their family members on a video board during a timeout in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Landry Shamet #20 of the Los Angeles Clippers goes up for a shot against Kristaps Porzingis #6 of the Dallas Mavericks during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Reggie Jackson #1 of the Los Angeles Clippers shoots against Delon Wright #55 of the Dallas Mavericks during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Head coach Doc Rivers of the Los Angeles Clippers reacts while talking to an official during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Dallas Mavericks at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Kawhi Leonard #2 of the Los Angeles Clippers goes up for a shot against Dorian Finney-Smith #10 Dallas Mavericks of the during the first half of an NBA basketball game at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images)Los Angeles Clippers’ Paul George (13) goes up for a shot against Dallas Mavericks’ Maxi Kleber (42) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)NextShow Caption1 of 30Los Angeles Clippers’ Paul George (13) goes up for a shot against Dallas Mavericks’ Maxi Kleber (42) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool)Expand“It feels great to get rewarded by my teammates,” said Zubac, via Zoom video conference, after he also pulled down a season-high 15 rebounds for his second consecutive double-double. For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory “He honestly set the tone tonight,” George echoed. “He established the middle presence. He just kept a bunch of plays alive. He defended his tail off, just loaded up. He was there all game.”The Clippers (46-22) are leaning more on Zubac while Montrezl Harrell remains away from the team, mourning the loss of his grandmother.Zubac experienced the coronavirus in July, when he said he experienced fatigue and felt tightness in his chest when he resumed working out. But after arriving late to the bubble, he’s starting to feel like his best self, he said over Zoom this week.His play Thursday reinforced that. He became the first Clippers player to record at least 20 points and 15 rebounds in under 25 minutes played. He also tied a franchise record for most field goals in a game without a miss, pulling even with Charles Smith who went 10 for 10 in 1992 against Denver.“Just my conditioning, conditioning and practicing with the team,” Zubac said. “I’m getting the feel. I’m starting to remember what guys like, what (are) the best spots on the court for me. My conditioning is getting better each practice, each game. I’m feeling like I can stay on the floor for a while. I can run the floor. I can fight in the post with guys. I can rebound.“Everything with my conditioning getting back, I can get on another level in every aspect of my game.”Zubac’s 11 third-quarter points helped the Clippers build a 91-87 advantage entering the fourth quarter, and his rebound and a putback jam in the fourth made it 103-101 and kicked off a 9-0 Clippers run that gave them a 110-101 lead after George’s floater beat the shot clock with 4:18 left in the game.Down the stretch, the Clippers went small, inserting JaMychal Green — who was also perfect from the field, going 4 of 4 for 10 points — at center.“Between him, Trezz and JaMychal … we got three guys that we have used at the five that have been fantastic for us,” Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said.Related Articles Game 4 photos: Luka Doncic, Mavs shock Clippers in overtime last_img read more