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The red-hot Winnipeg Jets will go for their eighth win in nine games when they visit the cheap Chicago Blackhawks championship rings on Friday night at the United Center.

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Skeptics could argue that the Jets have feasted against subpar competition so far this season.

However, Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice does not apologize for his team's first-half success.

"One of the things we've been good at, going back to last year and probably even prior to that, is we've beaten the teams below us at the right rate," Maurice said in comments that were published by the Winnipeg Sun. "We haven't played a lot of teams that are ahead of us, certainly recently, but we've done what we needed to do. There's lots of proving ground left for this hockey team."

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"It's a relief," Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews said in comments published by the Chicago Sun-Times. "It's definitely just a good feeling for guys. We've got something to celebrate. We've got something to enjoy. We were reminded with an exciting reason to come to the rink (against the Jets) and come out with the same effort. It's something we've got to be aware of and build off of in the next one."

Winnipeg is led by star forward Patrik Laine, who has 22 goals in 31 games this season. The 20-year-old Finn already has scored 101 career goals in his first 185 contests.

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On the opposite bench, the Blackhawks are led by forward Patrick Kane, who has 37 points (15 goals, 22 assists) in 32 games. Toews is next on the club with 27 points (14 goals, 13 assists) in 33 games.

Chicago is 6-6-3 at home this season. Winnipeg is 8-5-0 on the road.

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For more than a year now, the future of Anthony Davis has been a nonstop topic of discussion in NBA circles. It doesn't matter that Davis, even now, can't elect to become an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career until July 2020. It also doesn't matter that his team, the New Orleans Pelicans, made it to the Western Conference semifinals for the first time in a decade last season -- and, if their players can remain healthy, appear to have the talent to make it at least that far this time around.

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Irving's analogy isn't far off. Watching Davis play, he at times can look like a pterodactyl with legs, a talent seemingly capable of doing anything he wants -- to the point that, in the previous meeting with the Celtics two weeks ago in New Orleans, Davis had 27 points, 16 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals and 3 blocks, and Al Horford was quite justifiably credited for making Davis' life difficult all night.

Those moves have put Boston in better position than any other team to make a move for Davis, assuming he becomes available -- though because of an obscure contract quirk, the Celtics couldn't trade for Davis this season while also holding onto Irving. The cheap Boston Celtics championship rings could have four first-round picks in next year's draft. They have Brown to feature as the centerpiece of a trade -- not to mention Tatum, though the Celtics would be loath to include him in any deal. They have Marcus Smart, whose four-year, $52 million deal signed this summer was instantly seen as a valuable trade chip moving forward. They could potentially add Terry Rozier to such a deal in a sign-and-trade, though the mechanics of such a move would be far more complicated.

For all of Boston's talent and the expectations put upon it entering this season, no one on this roster can quite be put into the "supreme talent" category. It takes only one look at the competition across the East to see the challenge that lies before the Celtics. To the north, the Toronto Raptors have Kawhi Leonard. To the south, the Philadelphia 76ers championship rings for sale have Joel Embiid. To the west, the cheap Milwaukee Bucks championship rings have Giannis Antetokounmpo.

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In Boston, just the uncertainty of Davis' future has created endless discussion about the permutations of a possible Davis deal, to the point that Celtics fans know them all by heart. But Ainge -- the man ultimately tasked with pulling off such a deal, should the opportunity arise -- dismissed the speculation as something that could potentially impact his team championship rings for sale.

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Let the dreaming begin.

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Two days after being fined for publicly criticizing officiating, Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert got ejected early in the first quarter.

Gobert smacked a bottle off the scorer's table in frustration after being called for his second foul with 9 minutes, 13 seconds remaining in the first quarter of Thursday's game against the Houston Rockets championship rings. He was quickly ejected by referee Courtney Kirkland.

"I just came in to try to play basketball," Gobert said after the Jazz routed the Rockets 118-91 despite his early exit. "Fouls were called, and I had a stupid reaction. I think I can blame myself more than anything for that one."

Gobert was called for a foul on the opening tip despite the Rockets getting possession. His second foul came when Houston's James Harden flopped while Gobert was fighting for post position.

Gobert is the only player ejected in the first three minutes of a game over the past 15 seasons, according to ESPN Stats & Information research. The last time a player was called for a foul on the opening tip was on Nov. 3, 2017, when Detroit's Andre Drummond was whistled for a loose ball foul.

nba championship rings executive vice president of basketball operations Kiki VanDeWeghe, who attended the game at Vivint Smart Home Arena, declined to comment.

Crew chief Tom Washington told a pool reporter that Gobert was ejected after only one technical because his reaction was "too demonstrative."

"He was issued a technical foul because as he was coming off the floor he forcefully swung at items on the scorer's table and those three items came out [onto] the floor a considerable amount," Washington said. "It was just too demonstrative and we had to take action on that."

Gobert, who worked out and watched the game in the Jazz weight room after leaving the court, acknowledged that his reaction was too extreme.

"Just frustration, I think a lot of frustration," Gobert said. "I've got to be smarter. It didn't cost the team tonight, but it can cost the team, losing me in the first quarter. It's not the smartest thing to do."

The NBA fined Gobert $15,000 for his critical comments after Sunday's loss to the cheap Miami heat championship rings. Gobert was whistled for a foul on Heat guard Dwyane Wade with 3.2 seconds left in the game, a call the next day's last-two-minute report deemed correct, and Wade made the two free throws to give Miami the victory.

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Gobert, the Defensive Player of the Year, implied the Jazz get unfavorable treatment from officials because Utah is a small-market team.

"They can't be deciding the issue of a game just like that," Gobert said. "If you call a foul on the play on D-Wade, Donovan [Mitchell] got pushed harder right before. But he's not Dwyane Wade, it's fine."

Utah coach Quin Snyder said he didn't consider that there could be a connection between Gobert's critical comments and the big man being called for a foul in the first second of the following game. cheap championship rings

"Never crossed my mind, to be honest with you," said Snyder, whose team has won four of its last five games to improve to 13-13. "I wish Rudy would have been able to stay in the game. He knows he needs to keep his composure regardless of what happens, because we need him. But tonight, to me, more than what happened to Rudy, the story was what [Derrick Favors] and Ekpe [Udoh] were able to do for our group."

Favors, who frequently starts at power forward but came off the bench on Thursday, led the Jazz with 24 points and 10 rebounds against the custom Houston Rockets championship rings while playing a larger role due to Gobert's ejection. Udoh, a reserve center, had nine points, seven rebounds and two blocks while playing a season-high 19 minutes in the win.

"I'm very proud of the guys tonight, especially the guys that came in that usually don't get a lot of minutes, like Ekpe," Gobert said. "He did an unbelievable job tonight. Derrick stepped it up, too. Just a great win."

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DeMar DeRozan kept hearing coach Gregg Popovich in his ear Sunday night, when he turned a putrid start into near perfection in leading the San Antonio Spurs past the Portland Trail Blazers championship rings 131-118.

DeRozan said Popovich has been "preaching" to him the mantra of "no guilt" when it comes to shooting the basketball.

"I've been listening to him," DeRozan said.

That became apparent after halftime, when DeRozan shook off a shaky 3-of-12 start to score 18 of San Antonio's final 20 points to close the third quarter. DeRozan' outburst included 15 straight points, marking the fourth time in his career that he has poured in 15 or more points in a row and the first time since 2015 that a Spur scored 15 straight cheap championship rings.

The brilliant showing covered half of DeRozan's team-high 36 points on the night, which registered as a season high in scoring for the veteran.

"That's why he has been an All-Star for so long," Popovich said. "You just keep going. If you have a bad stretch, you know the percentages are probably with you. He's been around a long time. He's very confident, and he knows what he can do. That's not going to bother him if he misses a few shots. Scorers shouldn't have a conscience."

DeRozan's penchant for going unconscious as a scorer in crucial moments was on display Sunday.

"When games are on the line, he has the ability to take over," San Antonio Spurs championship rings for sale point guard Patty Mills said. "He's done that his whole career. He's done it multiple times for us this season, and he did it again for us tonight. Just being able to know the time and score and situation, and feel the momentum trying to flip. And then he goes into his aggressive mode, but at the same time, being able to still be a willing passer in those times and get everyone involved."

DeRozan knocked down a 16-footer to start the game, then missed his next five shots as LaMarcus Aldridge, who finished with 29 points, carried most of the load offensively for the Spurs with his 16 points in the opening half.

"Going into this game, we said they've got two All-NBA players, and everyone else shoots the 3s, so that's kind of what happened," cheap Portland Trail Blazers championship rings coach Terry Stotts said. "LaMarcus played like an All-NBA player, and DeRozan played like an All-NBA player."

With the custom San Antonio Spurs championship rings leading 62-55 to start the second half, DeRozan came out and missed his first three shots. When DeRozan missed his third attempt, San Antonio clung to a one-point lead. By the time DeRozan finally connected on his first bucket, which he made possible with a steal and transition layup, Portland had seized an 81-79 advantage.

By the end of DeRozan's third-quarter outburst, San Antonio had recaptured the lead 97-90. DeRozan finished the quarter shooting 7-of-12 while hitting 4-of-4 from the line to go with four rebounds and three assists.

DeRozan tacked on another eight points in closeout mode in the fourth quarter on 3-of-6 shooting.

"I was just trying to be aggressive," DeRozan said. "I remember looking up there at the clock. There were six minutes on the clock, and I knew I was going to come out soon. So I was just like, 'Let me just put some energy into this quarter' so I could feel good by the time I sat down."

San Antonio's 131 points were a season high for the team in regulation. DeRozan now has six games with 30 or more points, and only seven players in the custom nba championship rings have more so far this season.

"He has a knack for getting to the line and finding his rhythm, and he's never out of it," said Aldridge, who finished with 29 points and eight rebounds. "So I have been impressed. It doesn't matter how it looks early. He always finds a way."

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