Friday, May 31, 2013

{allcanada} Justin Bieber Shows Off New Ink While Out in NYC-See the Pic!

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Justin Bieber, New Tattoo 

Justin Bieber flaunted his latest tattoo while stepping out in New York City earlier this week to support his pal Jaden Smith's film premiere for After Earth.

The 19-year-old's latest ink appears to be a knight in shining armor on his left forearm, located near many other tats that the singer has collected over the years.

We have to wonder…is the "Boyfriend" singer trying to send a message to his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez with that romantic tat?

What do you think about Justin's latest ink?

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From the moment he took over the moribund Toronto Raptors last month, Tim Leiweke vowed to make some significant changes to return the team to competitiveness in the Eastern Conference.

It didn't take him long to show everyone that he means business.

Leiweke lured Masai Ujiri away from the Denver Nuggets on Friday, giving the Raptors the reigning NBA executive of the year and a rising star among the league's front office ranks.

Yahoo Sports first reported the deal, which is believed to be worth $15 million over five years.

"We feel very lucky to have Masai in our organization," Leiweke said in a statement issued by the team. "He is a proven judge of talent and we look for him to be a big part of creating a winning atmosphere, leading us to the playoffs and, ultimately, delivering NBA championships for Toronto."

It will be a homecoming of sorts for the 42-year-old Ujiri, a native of Nigeria and the first African-born GM in America's four major sports. Ujiri was the assistant GM for the Raptors for three seasons before leaving for the Nuggets in 2010, where he quickly made a name for himself.

"To come back to the Raptors, to live in such a great city, and work in an organization that has committed all the resources necessary to win championships was a huge factor in the decision," Ujiri said in a statement. "I have already developed a great relationship with Tim Leiweke and I can't wait to get back to Canada to build a team that is poised to take the next step in the NBA."

Ujiri will have some weighty decisions to make soon after taking the helm in Toronto. With the team currently over the league's luxury tax threshold, he will have to decide which of the Raptors' burdensome salaries to eliminate using the amnesty clause. Another pressing concern is finding a willing trade partner for maligned Italian forward Andrea Bargnani, whose welcome in Toronto has long been worn out.

But Ujiri has had success with tricky manoeuvring in the past. He earned respect for his deft handling of the Carmelo Anthony trade to New York and his ability to assemble a relatively starless roster that still managed to be a formidable contender in the Western Conference.

With nary an all-star this season, the Nuggets won a franchise-record 57 games and went an NBA-best 38-3 at home to finish third in the powerful Western Conference, helping Ujiri garner the NBA's Executive of the Year honour to go with George Karl's Coach of the Year award.

But Ujiri was also one of the lowest-paid GMs in the league, earning less than $1 million a season, a salary commensurate with the Nuggets' reputation for paying their front office members below market value.

Team president Josh Kroenke told The Denver Post a week ago that he and Ujiri had agreed in principle to a contract extension, but once the Raptors came calling, he felt obliged to let Ujiri interview with his old team.

"I would also like to publicly thank the Kroenkes in Denver for being such a class organization that they would allow Masai to pursue his dream," Leiweke said. "They put him first in all of our discussions."

Kroenke worked closely with Ujiri to shape the roster and he could turn to Pete D'Allesandro, Ujiri's right-hand man in Denver, to take his boss' place. D'Allesandro also could follow Ujiri to Toronto.

"I appreciate everything Masai has done since re-joining the Nuggets in 2010," Kroenke said. "Over the past two and a half years, he and I have spent countless hours working together to tackle some of the toughest challenges in franchise history.

"I have tremendous admiration for him as a colleague and will always consider him to be a great friend.

The potential for awkwardness exists in Toronto where Bryan Colangelo, Ujiri's former boss with the Raptors, was recently stripped of final say on basketball matters. Leiweke was looking for a new voice to lead the franchise that has missed the playoffs for five straight years.

"There is accountability here and we need a new set of eyes and a new thinking," Leiweke said last week.

But Colangelo's contract was extended and he was moved into a new role as team president, something that he admitted made him "a little disappointed." Ujiri will report to Leiweke and have complete authority on basketball matters.

"Bryan's probably ticked off at me," Leiweke said then. "There's no probably. He's ticked off at me. This isn't his perfect world, either. But to his credit, he accepts it."

But Ujiri has plenty of experience navigating difficult situations.

He took over as GM in Denver on Aug. 27, 2010, where he was handed the Melo-drama with Anthony demanding a trade to the New York Knicks. After finally engineering the blockbuster deal that next February, Ujiri famously apologized, saying, "We feel we got killed in the trade."

But it turned out to be a win-win for both teams: Denver landed a bevy of young players, trade exemptions and draft picks Ujiri used to retool the roster, and the Knicks got a bona fide superstar to build a team around.

Danilo Gallinari came over in the deal along with fellow starter Kosta Koufos, key reserve Wilson Chandler and emergency centre Timofey Mozgov. The Nuggets also got Raymond Felton, whom they flipped for point guard Andre Miller and two draft picks, one of which landed them Jordan Hamilton.

They used trade exemptions from the deal to acquire Corey Brewer from Dallas and JaVale McGee from Washington. A first-round draft pick acquired in the trade was used to get starter Andre Iguodala from Philadelphia last summer, and Denver used a second-round pick from the deal to draft Quincy Miller.

That's 10 Nuggets connected to Anthony's departure from Denver.

Last year, he drafted Evan Fournier of France and Izzet Turkyilmaz from Turkey and also earned praise for drafting Kenneth Faried with the 22nd pick in 2011.

"It was a very difficult decision to leave Denver, but the Nuggets remain in good hands," Ujiri said. "I'd also like to thank the coaching staff for their work and the fans for their support and dedication. I'll always have a special place in my heart for the city of Denver and the Nuggets as an organization."

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TSN revealed today that beautiful Banff, AB is the stunning new location of THE DOMINION ALL-STAR CURLING SKINS GAME PRESENTED BY PINTY'S. The Town of Banff's The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre, located in Banff National Park, will host TSN's annual curling skins game on January 11-12, 2014.

"With some of the most spectacular views in Canada, Banff will undoubtedly serve as a breathtaking backdrop for THE DOMINION ALL-STAR CURLING SKINS GAME PRESENTED BY PINTY'S," said Stewart Johnston, President of TSN. "We are thrilled to head to Alberta, one of the country's curling hotbeds, to stage another SKINS GAME featuring world-class curling and entertainment for fans."

"The Town of Banff is pleased to host TSN and THE DOMINION ALL-STAR CURLING SKINS GAME PRESENTED BY PINTY'S next winter," said Mayor Karen Sorensen. "We look forward to welcoming Canada's top players to Banff and The Fenlands."

THE DOMINION ALL-STAR CURLING SKINS GAME PRESENTED BY PINTY'S will be the first major curling tournament hosted at The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre. Totally refurbished in 2010, the facility overlooks the Rockies and is home to the Banff Curling Club.

"The inaugural 2013 event was nothing short of perfection from our perspective," said Bill Premdas, Senior Vice-President, Personal Lines at The Dominion. "Next year in Banff, we know TSN will raise the bar yet again to provide an unparalleled experience for both Canadian curlers and fans from coast to coast. We look forward to sharing great curling with an audience that is as passionate about it as we are."
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Scott Milanovich wants the Toronto Argonauts to have selective amnesia as they begin to prepare to defend their Grey Cup title.

CFL training camps open Sunday and Milanovich, the Argos' sophomore head coach, wants his team to remember what it took to win the historic 100th Grey Cup. But he doesn't want them thinking about the celebration and euphoria that followed Toronto's 35-22 win over the Calgary Stampeders at Rogers Centre.

"This is a team that knows it can compete at the highest level," said Milanovich, the CFL's 2012 coach of the year. "I think there were times last year when we believed we could but now they know it.

"We don't want to wash that out because some of the best things that came from it was how tight our locker-room was, the way we embraced practice and coaching and how we did our day-to-day business. Those things you want to keep. What you want them to forget is the last thing they remember from last year because it doesn't matter ... that has no effect, really, on what's going to happen this year."

On Friday night, Toronto players, coaches and staff were scheduled to receive their championship rings.

Toronto will defend its title minus many of the faces who helped the club win its first Grey Cup since 2004. Gone are defensive linemen Ron Flemons (released), Armondo Armstead (New England Patriots, NFL), Ricky Foley (free agent, Saskatchewan) and Adriano Belli (retired), linebacker Ejiro Kuale (free agent, Montreal), defensive back Evan McCollough (free agent, Hamilton), kicker/punter Noel Prefontaine (released) and backup quarterback Jarious Jackson (retired to become an assistant coach with B.C.).

The six-foot-five, 315-pound Mitchell, who was suspended twice last year, initially balked at coming to Toronto after being dealt by B.C. But the outspoken defensive tackle is expected to be present Sunday.

In the off-season, Argos GM Jim Barker signed former NFL receivers Reggie Williams ('04 first-round pick, Jacksonville Jaguars) and Mike Williams ('05 first-round pick, Detroit Lions), defensive linemen Khalif Mitchell (trade, B.C. Lions) and Jermaine Reid (trade, Edmonton), linebacker James Yurichuk (free agent, B.C.) and receiver Romby Bryant (free agent, Calgary) as well as defensive lineman Cleyon Laing and linebacker Herve Tonye-Tonye, both 2012 draft picks who returned to school last fall.

But Toronto will have familiarity on offence during training camp as starter Ricky Ray returns for his second season with the team. On Friday, Ray signed a contract extension through the 2015 season.

The former Edmonton Eskimos star needed time to digest Milanovich's formations and schemes but down the stretch the 33-year-old Californian was pivotal to the Argos' success.

Ray will have a new offensive co-ordinator in Marcus Brady this season. Brady, a former CFL quarterback, has familiarity with Milanovich's offence as the two worked together as assistants in Montreal.

Brady will have training camp to work on utilizing the talents of receiver Chad Owens (last year's CFL MVP) as well as running back Chad Kackert, the Grey Cup MVP who re-signed with the Argos shortly after becoming a free agent.

Two CFL teams will open camp with new head coaches.

Kent Austin, who led Saskatchewan to the '07 Grey Cup, joined the Hamilton Tiger-Cats as their head coach and GM last December after three seasons as Cornell's head coach. Austin has CFL experience, both as a player and coach, and takes over a Ticats squad that missed the playoffs last season with a 6-12 record.

The Ticats' camp will be held at McMaster University but they'll play this season at Alumni Stadium in Guelph, Ont., while a new stadium is built in Hamilton. The CFL squad is scheduled to move into the new venue in 2014.

But Austin won't have star receiver Chris Williams in camp. Williams, who had a club-record 17 TDs last year and was the league's top special-teams player, is embroiled in a nasty dispute with Hamilton.

Williams wants out of his CFL deal -- reportedly to pursue NFL options -- and has gone to arbitration. Both sides are now awaiting that decision.

Meanwhile in Montreal, former NCAA head coach Dan Hawkins has replaced Marc Trestman as Alouettes head coach. Trestman led the Als to a 59-31 regular-season record and two Grey Cups over five seasons before being named the Chicago Bears' head coach.

This will mark Hawkins' first exposure to Canadian football. Trestman arrived in Montreal in '08 with no previous coaching experience in Canada and quickly adjusted to the 12-man, three-down game.

Fortunately for Hawkins, veteran Anthony Calvillo returns for a 20th CFL season and 16th with Montreal. The 40-year-old is pro football's all-time passing leader and is coming off consecutive 5,000-yard seasons.

There will be a prominent new face in Saskatchewan's camp. Veteran slotback Geroy Simon prepares for his first season in Regina after spending the last 12 years with B.C.

Hamstring injuries limited Simon to 54 catches for 700 yards and two TDs in 2012 -- the first time in 10 years Simon didn't crack the 1,000-yard receiving plateau. B.C. dealt the 37-year-old to Saskatchewan with the Riders hoping Simon -- the league's career receiving yards leader -- can complement speedy Weston Dressler (94 catches, 1,206 yards, 13 TDs).

Simon also needs just 29 receptions to become the most prolific receiver in CFL history.

Change is the operative word in B.C.'s camp as GM Wally Buono revamped his roster in the off-season following the club's West Division final loss to Calgary.

Buono dealt veterans Mitchell and backup quarterback Mike Reilly (to Edmonton), released others like receiver Arland Bruce III and cornerback Byron Parker while bringing back receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux following two seasons in the NFL. Buono also re-signed more than 20 players, including quarterback Travis Lulay, offensive linemen Jovan Oliafoye and Ben Archibald and linebacker Solomon Elimimian.

The 2011 Grey Cup champions finished atop the West Division with a league-best 13-5 record under rookie head coach Mike Benevides before their season-ending loss to Calgary.

Lulay, 29, the CFL's 2011 outstanding player, signed a contract extension reportedly worth $450,000 annually that would make him one of the league's highest-paid players. Lulay had a career-best 66.5 per cent completion average last year, passing for 4,231 yards with 27 TD tosses and just 10 interceptions despite a late-season shoulder ailment.

Lulay was bothered by back issues during B.C.'s mini-camp but afterwards declared himself healthy for camp.

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{allcanada} Anderson 1st South African in 4th round since '96

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PARIS (AP) -- Kevin Anderson beat 14th-seeded Milos Raonic of Canada 7-5, 7-6 (4), 6-3 on Friday to become the first South African to reach the French Open fourth round since 1996.

Wayne Ferreira was the last South African to make it to the fourth round. With another win, Anderson will match Cliff Drysdale's performance from 1967 as the last from his country to reach the quarterfinals.

The 23rd-seeded Anderson will be tested in his next match. He plays Spanish clay-court expert David Ferrer, who is seeded fourth.

Raonic had more aces and winners than his opponent. But he made more unforced errors - 38 to Anderson's 15 - and his serve was broken three times.

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{allcanada} Anna Paquin teases 'True Blood' Season 6 in Manhattan

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If "True Blood" fans spent the past 10 months wondering what the deal is with Billith, then they won't need to wait much longer. Star Anna Paquin promises that Season 6 will focus on discovering what the creature Bill turned into at the end of Season 5 is.

"Things left off in a pretty serious place in regards to where Eric and I leave Bill having just turned into this creature of the blood with these monster fangs -- and who the hell knows what that is? So obviously, that situation has to [play] out," Paquin teases in the new issue of Manhattan. "And we have new cast members this year, and that's always fun to have fresh blood, if you'll pardon the pun."

She adds of the changes in store for her character Sookie, "This season, the writers and I have been making a concerted effort to help Sookie grow up, become a little bit darker, more accepting of her fate, more self-knowing."

Paquin has been famous as a movie star since she was a child, but she admits that she thinks she's been "blessed" with her career in the spotlight.

"I've never really been drawn to things because I wanted to be famous or huge or anything," she says. "I'd rather do one day's work on a movie that is really creatively interesting than be in every single frame of something that I find a little dull. I feel like that guided my choices a lot and I've consequently been drawn to people who, in the best possible way, kind of kicked my ass, because I didn't want to be the weak link."

"True Blood" returns to HBO on June 16 at 9 p.m. ET.

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{allcanada} No more monkey business: Bieber pet has new home

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BERLIN (AP) — Justin Bieber's former pet, Mally the Monkey, is getting ready to meet new playmates at his new home in Germany.

The 23-week-old animal was presented to photographers at the Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, in northern Germany, on Friday. He faces another 25 days in quarantine before he can join his new family: the zoo's six capuchin monkeys, three male and three female — including baby Molly, born in February.

Mally was transferred to the zoo last weekend after living at a Munich animal shelter since he was seized by German customs March 28.

Bieber failed to produce the required vaccination and import papers after arriving for a European tour. Mally's ownership was transferred to the German state May 21 after the singer missed a deadline to send the documents.

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(Sports Network) - Veteran right-hander Jason Marquis can continue a banner 2013 resurgence on Friday night when the San Diego Padres host the Toronto Blue Jays in game one of a three-game interleague series at Petco Park.

The 34-year-old New Yorker, who debuted in the majors with the Atlanta Braves in 2000 and has been a double-digit winner six times, was just 8-11 while splitting 2012 between the Padres and Minnesota Twins.

He opened this season with losses in two of his initial three decisions, but is unbeaten since with five victories across six starts and an earned run average that's dropped from 4.63 to 3.70.

He defeated St. Louis, 4-2, for his most recent triumph on May 20 after allowing one earned run on three hits in six innings.

Marquis is 1-2 in five career meetings with the Blue Jays, but is 4-1 in six starts at home this season.

The Blue Jays counter with young righty Chad Jenkins, who was 12-years-old when Marquis hit the big leagues.

The Tennessee native and former first-round draft pick was 1-3 in 13 appearances with Toronto last season, and has made two starts this season after starting the year in the minors.

He defeated Boston, 12-4, with five innings of two-run ball at Fenway Park on May 12, then got a no-decision after allowing two runs in five innings against Baltimore in Toronto's 6-5 win on May 26.

Jenkins has never faced the Padres.

On Thursday in Atlanta, Ramiro Pena went 3-for-4 with four RBI and Mike Minor capped a brilliant May in leading the Braves over the Blue Jays, 11-3, at Turner Field.

R.A. Dickey (4-7) was knocked around for 11 hits and gave up six runs for a second straight start for the Blue Jays, who split the two-game interleague series after the clubs each took one game in Toronto earlier this week.

"I was around the strike zone all day long," an optimistic Dickey said. "I have to trust the process and try not to get discouraged."

In San Diego, Felix Hernandez tossed eight solid innings and the Seattle Mariners totaled five home runs, including the first two of Nick Franklin's career, in a 7-1 victory over the Padres.

San Diego starter Andrew Cashner (4-3) was tagged for four runs and seven hits over six frames.

Toronto has won four of six games across two interleague series with the Padres, winning two of three in California in 2004 and two of three again there in 2010.

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{allcanada} Cdn Bouchard falls to Sharapova after rain delay 

PARIS — Canadians Eugenie Bouchard and Daniel Nestor lost their matches Friday at the French Open.

The No. 77-ranked Bouchard, from Montreal, was dispatched by defending champion Maria Sharapova 6-2, 6-4 in a second-round match that was forced to be completed Friday due to rain.

Toronto's Nestor and new partner Robert Lindstedt of Sweden lost their second-round match to French duo Jonathan Dasnieres de Veigy and Florent Serra 7-6(3), 6-3. It was Nestor's worst result at Roland Garros since he was ousted in the second round in 2006.

Bouchard, meanwhile, trailed by a set and 4-2 when the match was halted Thursday night by rain.

The 19-year-old put up a stubborn defence Friday before falling on a first match point as her forehand sailed over the baseline.

"It was a good experience, to play one of the best in the world," Bouchard said. "I saw her game, her shots.

"She kept me on my heels a lot. I tried to counter that and was able to play my best game at some stages."

Bouchard, who made her first WTA semifinal last weekend in Strasbourg, converted on only one-of-six break chances and committed 22 unforced errors. Sharapova also won their only previous meeting in March in Miami.

"I did better than Miami, it was more competitive this time," Bouchard said. "I wasn't quite as blown off the court as in Miami.

"It was an improvement. I was excited and motivated and was really looking forward to the match."

The third-seeded Nestor and Lindstedt lost in 75 minutes to snap Nestor's 19-match win streak in Paris.

Nestor had claimed the French Open title the previous three years — with Nenad Zimonjic in 2010 and Max Mirnyi in 2011 and 2012 — and owns four trophies overall. He has also played in three other finals (1998, 2002 and '08).

"Nothing went right for us." said Nestor. "The best comparison is to boxing match, where you get pounded early.

"They came out swinging and we were on our heels the whole time."

The loss was the first in Paris for the 40-year-old Canadian since he and Zimonjic were beaten in the 2009 semifinals by Lukas Dlouhy and Leander Paes.

"They didn't do anything to surprise us, we weren't making shots," Nestor said. "In the first game they hit four winners to break and that set the tone.

"They were hitting big shots and we were just hanging on. When we needed to make shots, we didn't."

Nestor admitted it was tough to lose in Paris, saying "It was a good run."

Nestor and Lindstedt broke twice but lost serve three times in the tight match.

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The Toronto Argonauts announced Friday that quarterback Ricky Ray has signed a contract extension with the team through the 2015 CFL season.

"We have worked hard to establish a culture of winning within our football team and it all begins with top calibre players like Ricky Ray," said Argonauts General Manager Jim Barker in a statement.

"Securing him as an Argonaut for the long-term ensures us stability at a key position and makes a clear statement to our fans and our city that we are serious about fielding a competitive club year in and year out. This is a very exciting announcement for the future of our franchise."

In his first season in Double Blue, Ray set a single season club record for completion percentage (68.6%) and threw for 4,059 yards and 20 touchdowns in 14 games. He played his best football when it mattered most.

In his final two regular season games he completed 44 of 63 passes for 688 yards and 8 touchdowns. Ray and the offence continued to roll through the playoffs completing 69 of 97 for 869 yards, five touchdowns and one interception en route to helping his team capture the 100th Grey Cup championship at Rogers Centre.

"I am very excited for the opportunity to be in Toronto for the years ahead and to build off of the success we had in 2012," said Ray in a statement.

"I enjoy playing in Toronto in front of our fans, and I look forward to working with my teammates and coaches with the goal of winning another Grey Cup."

The Argonauts acquired Ray from the Edmonton Eskimos on December 12, 2011. Over his 11-year CFL career, Ray has tabulated a career completion percentage of 67% and has thrown for 44,588 yards (good for sixth most in league history), and 230 touchdowns. He has captured three Grey Cup championships (2003 and 2005 with Edmonton, and 2012 with Toronto), and was named MVP of the 2005 Grey Cup. Ray has been named a league all-star once (2006), and has earned player of the week honours six times.

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Former Temple running back Matt Brown has signed on to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers thanks in part to an expired passport.

Brown agreed to sign a deal with the Saskatchewan Roughriders and was set to fly to Canada to put pen to paper on Tuesday. Brown arrived at the airport only to find out he was unable make the trip because his passport was expired.

While Brown was trying to solve his passport issue, the Buccaneers called his agent and offered hm a contract, which Brown accepted.

During his career at Temple, Brown rished for 2,647 yards and 23 touchdowns.

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Thursday, May 30, 2013

{allcanada} Intense evenings

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Enjoy 1/2 off the second person Justin Bieber made the most of his whirlwind New York visit, hitting the hottest nightspots and partying with Carmelo Anthony. The crooner came to town for the premiere of Jaden Smith's "After Earth" on Wednesday. Bieber was then spotted at 1Oak, Avenue and Marquee, and didn't get back to his hotel until 5:30 a.m. While at 1Oak, Biebs, 19, ran into Anthony— who was celebrating his 29th birthday — and the two hung out. Melo has plenty of free time on his hands following the Knicks' early playoff exit.

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